Pages tagged with Aristotle

Sure, "I think, therefore I am" is what Descartes said, and "I am, therefore I think" is what Ayn Rand meant. But, considering the nature of reality: The greatest dreamers and inventive minds are the creators of genuine power, the future, and all reality that works. What does not work...
A metaphor indeed is this of how we sail on a ship through life filled with fools. Yet many of an ancient time philosophized on this and left much for us to study. Now many people disregard the past not realizing there is much wisdom to be culled. They are the ones caught up in de...
Discussion of why law is not free of passion and its importance in the world.
There is this hackneyed notion that the 'West' emphasises materiality whereas the 'East' focuses on 'spirit'. Yes, it's a cliche, but it keeps on cropping up. I go to the root of the meaning of 'matter' in the long Western philosophical tradition and find a surprising fact.
Acharya Rajneesh was a brilliant philosopher who interpreted the age old Tantra in a modern way.
Any sentence which gives a message becomes a quotation for me. A good quotation is one which impulsively touches ones heart and provokes one's brain the moment we come across it! I think it should have the quality of evoking the consciousness in an individual!
Hemlock can kill body, not soul. The spirit of Socrates survived in spite of the execution.
Aristotle was one of the most important men of ancient Greece and one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived.
Acharya Rajneesh was above the cut of an ordinary mortal and built up a vast following that is active even today
Hail is a form of solid precipitation which consists of balls or irregular lumps of ice, that are individually called hail stones. Hail stones on Earth consist mostly of water ice and measure between five millimeters (0.20 in) and 150 millimeters (5.9 in) in diameter, with the larger ...
Love and Music go together like fine wine and good conversation, each complimenting the other to the final conclusion.
This article is a concise summary of virtue ethics and its main points.
These individuals made some remarkable contributions in the science of biology. There are still other people who made some contribution that eventually brought the development on this field of science.
In his anatomy book called “Of the Parts of Animals” Aristotle tried to identify them at the same time unifying them in nature.
Aristotle have studied the hearts and brains of animals and from this he correlated the warming-cooling functions of the heart and brain to human feelings and emotion.
A look at Physiology and Psychology, its beginnings and the way we think today
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