Die Aristotelische Modaltheorie by Gerhard Seel download in ePub, pdf, iPad
The relation between the two is not that of theory to practice but that of two degrees of practicality and ideality. It is plausible to suppose that in this passage Plato is referring to his theory of paradigmatic Forms. The city of the Republic is more ideal than that of the Laws because it is more unified, and the city of the Laws is more practical since it is closer to the institutions of fourth-century Greece. The city of the Laws is more closely related to the city of the Republic than Stalley claims. Thirdly, there is the question of the metaphysical underpinning of the city of the Laws itself.
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You are not currently authenticated. Secondly, Plato's theory of paradigmatic Forms provides the metaphysical underpinning of the city of the Republic.
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