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I thought it was a rather tangential point, myself - better suited to science and religion or some similar article.
You'll see lot possibilities of notoriety stars and websites in this demonstrative.Dandrake , Jan 5, 2004 (UTC) I think you have hit it right on the head.The wording used by these particular literary critics is intended to obfuscate the point, and belittle the scientists involved. --Victor Gijsbers Whereas Plato was an idealist and a rationalist who believed that what we see is an imperfect copy of the intelligible Forms, Aristotle thought that what we know of the world must begin with the senses (see materialism and empiricism). The article we have on Aristotle is misleading, if not totally wrong.However, as a matter if principle Aristotle and all later Aristotleians refused to compare their ideas with reality; they did not perform experiments.