Throw out some criticisms for Plato's theory of the forms!
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- Thread Starter
- 13-09-2016 23:02
- 15-09-2016 22:44
🐜The Third Man Argument:This is the argument that there must be an endless number of ideal forms, thus suggesting that there is no one ideal form, only an endless stream. For example, if the form of a man is the ideal man, than surely this ideal man must be an imitation of another ideal man and so on.
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- 15-09-2016 23:57
I was very into Plato's philosophy, but in this English description, I have an odd feeling that I have never read anything about it.
Greek philosophy should be studied in ancient greek, translation to modern language may be highly misleading.