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  • Form determines what a particular aspect or object is, and in the absence of form, the particular thing would cease to exist!
  • Form determines what a particular aspect or object is, and in the absence of form, the particular thing would cease to exist!
  • You require both form and matter to have an object or aspect thing, however form and matter do not exist individually, the only exception is God. As for Aristotle's theory of the four causes, things change and transform into new things through action; potentiality to materialization.
  • According to Plato, forms were specific objects or aspects in our world that owed their existence to reality.
  • In Aristotle’s opinion, to be is to be a particular aspect. We can then further equate an aspect or an object with essence. Therefore, an object or aspect can embody both form and matter.
  • Only one thing can be you Dumbledore, and only one thing can be me; so you and me are not universals, but particulars in our world and according to Aristotle!
  • Therefore, because materialization is the origin of movement, this concept was viewed as the eventual reality of change. Pure materialization is God, since God is the unchanged changer. This led Aristotle to his theory of the four causes which determine change.
  • One thing is for sure, both Aristotle and Plato have substantial evidence and reasoning behind their ideologies, in respect to metaphysics!
  • Now that is one thing we can agree upon!
  • Objects exist in a whole different reality, because the further away it is from material, the further away it is from form, as a result Plato detached sense to explain his theory of form.
  • I wonder how many discussions both of these philosophers have generated over time and will continue to do so!
  • Aristotle and Plato considered the most fundamental questions of our existence and reality! 
  • Most important, the forms, in Aristotle’s opinion, are universals something that more than one individual can be. Universals do not exist separately or apart from particulars.
  • Both Aristotle and Plato created the foundations of a pivotal element philosophy that encompasses first principles of being and knowing; also known as metaphysics.
  • Aristotle's and Plato's abstract concepts will continue to be disputed and discussed amongst not only the wise and infamous Gandalf and Dumbledore, but society for generations to come.
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