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Synonyms for Aristotelian

a follower of Aristotle or an adherent of Aristotelianism

of or relating to Aristotle or his philosophy

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Indeed, Inwood argues that Aristotelian virtue ethics (claims about the nature of ethical virtue generally and individual ethical virtues more specifically) and naturalism (claims about the basis of human flourishing in a natural human function, activity, or impulse) are theoretically independent (at least in principle) and that contemporary virtue ethics has largely exhausted what it can usefully borrow from the former.
Jude Dougherty's main point seems to be that science is a realism-based enterprise and thus it falls under Aristotelian philosophy.
without realizing that the Aristotelian Indo-Europeans are today only a small minority in this world (although to a large extent in control).
One set of contributions concentrates primarily on the mind's ontological status or--to put it in more Aristotelian terms--the substance of the rational soul.
The second part will discuss a different sort of case indicating that Aristotelians face an unwelcome choice regarding the interpretation of perfection: perfection can be understood in a way that supports the desired connection between welfare and morality, or in a way that yields a potentially attractive account of well-being, but not both.
Although Yu fails to see the degree to which Mencius altered and advanced Confucian ethics, he highlights the role that Mencius places on the nature-potency-actualization formula, which serves as the foundation for a fruitful dialogue with Aristotelians.
Thus, Islamic philosophers are perceived to be evolving within the Aristotelian tradition of neo- Platonism, and to be no more than heirs of late Antiquity, albeit with an Islamic 'touch'.
Chapter Two, "Aristotle Among the Christians," delineates the positions of both Augustinians and Aristotelians and demonstrates compellingly that the antagonists were less divided than the conventional account would imply.
On yet another hand, the theme of the book is said to be "the eclipse of the Aristotelian conception of political life, a conceptual change inextricably related to modernity's arrival.
It is the same with uninstantiated mathematical structures, according to the semi-Platonist Aristotelian: a ratio (say) whether small and instantiated or huge and uninstantiated, is part of a necessary spectrum of ratios (as Platonists think), but an instantiated ratio is literally a relation between two actual (say) lengths (as Aristotelians think) and is thus something found in the physical world.
Monfasani rightly underscores Ficino's reluctance to enter into the fray while at the same time stressing elements of concord between the "old" Aristotelians and Platonism (as opposed to the Averroist reading of the Stagirite that was eliciting such debate in contemporary circles).
we cannot help, to a great extent, being Aristotelians, for the great Master does but analyze the thoughts, feelings, views, and opinions of human kind.
Do these interpretations mostly interest Aristotelians or Heideggerians?
Descartes' quarrels with philosophical friends such as Henricus LeRoy and such powerful enemies such as Gisbertus Voetius grew from personal struggles to great and public controversies, pitting Aristotelians against Cartesians of various stripes, each side battling for control of the scientific and philosophical curricula of the republic's newly established universities.
Why would contemporary philosophers be interested in this history of the influence of French and Belgian Aristotelians in North America?