About 40 results for the topic "aristotle statue"
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The coming to be of the statue (a case which aristotle does not actually discuss here) would presumably be regarded as a generation, since the statue that comes ...
So the statue must be a compound, but of what? aristotle's answer: matter and form. matter is the subject and form or shape, and the lack.
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By t clarke · 2015 · cited by 11 — on aristotle's theory it is true that the statue comes to be 'from being' (ἐξ ὄντος) in the sense that it comes to be from something ex- istent, namely the ...
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By m papandreou · 2020 · cited by 1 — this paper discusses the metaphysical status of artefacts and their forms in the ancient commentators on aristotle's metaphysics.
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The frieze of figures around the podium of the albert memorial was carved by. henry armstead, who also carved the statue of aristotle in the museum. henry ...
It is widely believed that aristotle originally defined 4 categories of cause. but ... making of a statue and the bronze are causes of the statue .
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For example, the sculptor is the efficient cause of a statue, because he imposes the change upon the marble. the marble is the material cause of the statue.
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Substance: it is surprising that aristotle considers only the matter and the form, and omits the statue (which might seem to be a compound of matter and form) ...
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A statue of socrates has parts, e.g., its left arm. a line has its two halves as parts. this is innocuous - for aristotle as well as for us.1 here is the.