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one of the greatest of the ancient Athenian philosophers

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He challenges Aristotlean dogma and its modern adherents by positing and illustrating the dialectical nature of dramaturgy and aims to elevate the screenplay as a vehicle for artistic vision similar to stage plays, novels, and poetry.
The ten sion Pocock identifies between the Aristotlean and Gaian understandings of citizenship and the systematic exclusions he cites are closely related symptoms of a deeper problem in the architecture of the concept of citizenship.
40) The lack of classic Aristotlean linearity (a beginning, middle, and end, dictated by the author) in digital narratives does not destroy them because the user is the one who fills in the gaps and provides the narrative structure.
Other public-oriented approaches that have been popular in the twentieth century include Roscoe Pound's sociological jurisprudence, accounts that focus on tort law's role as a means to achieve distributive justice in the Aristotlean sense, (36) or equality more generally, (37) those who see it as a tool to restrain abuses by the rich and powerful (such as large corporations) (38) and more recent scholarship that focuses on tort law's role in distributing risk and responsibility across society in a more equitable way.
The "Mahatma" embodied in an Aristotlean sense the attribute of Ethos--a credible, moral authority and source who persuades through their simple presence.
Quite appropriately, and not without a note of satire, Alexander of Aphrodisias of the 3rd century CE, on which the dramatic oratorio was based, was a peripatetic Aristotlean philosopher in Greece known to be free of the religious mysticism of Platonism.
7) In Story of the Eye, the unsocketed eye invokes the sliced eye of Bunuel wherein the fragmented gaze undoes the Aristotlean primacy of seeing over imagining by undermining their distinction and subverts the fixity of identity and the nexus of representation by projecting them into the realm of the Formless.
For example, following Korzybski Burroughs denounces the Aristotlean Either/Or opposition, and Burroughs's perceived misogyny is more fundamentally an aversion to the conflict engendered by the dualism of two sexes.