Unit 3 Study Guide
- primary substance
- secondary substance
- syllogism (or deductive argument)
- inductive argument
- "Square of Opposition"
Names to Know:
- Amyntas II
- Philip II
- The Categories
- On Interpretation
- The Posterior Analytics
- The Physics
- The Metaphysics
Things to Know: short answer, listing, and essay
- What are the four material elements from which all primary substances are composed?
- What is the hylomorphic composite?
- According to Aristotle in the Metaphysics, why is leasure important?
- Explain the difference between chance and spontaneity.
- What are the four causes in the Physics?
- According to Aristotle, how does something change?
- According to Aristotle, what is the difference between those things that exist "by nature" and those that exist "by art"?
- Why did Aristotle compose the works collectively know as the "Organon"?
- According to the Categories, what are three ways a name can be used?
- Aristotle argues that all meaning claims (i.e., propositions) can be divided into four types; what are they?
- According to Categories, what are things "said of"?
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