Humanities
St Petersburg College Plato and Aristotle Philosophy Comparative Essay

ST PETERSBURG COLLEGE

Question Description

Help me study for my Philosophy class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.

(Word Count: 600-1200 Words)

  • Keep formal academic style by using third person, objective voice. Avoid first and second person (I and you). Instead, use third person, one for reflective pronoun.
  • Begin with an introduction leading into a thesis statement. Introduce your topic by providing general background and leading into a particular assertion in your thesis statement.
  • Then, develop and support your assertion through 3-4 body paragraphs with primary and secondary sources. (Primary sources are in the words of the philosophers and secondary sources are commentary about their ideas.) Introduce sources in your own words and then follow sources with commentary and interpretation in your own words.
  • Note: At least 70% of your writing should be in your own words. Use direct quotes for primary sources and paraphrase secondary sources in your own words. (Review your Turnitin Originality Report for percentages after you submit your essay. View the Reviewing a TurnItIn/Originality Report tutorial.) Be sure to follow both primary and secondary sources with parenthetical citations that include author or title and date.
  • Conclude with a summary/concluding paragraph in your own words by summarizing your main points and then re-formulating your thesis statement.
  • Match all of your parenthetical citations in your Reference or Works Cited page at the end of your essay. Be sure to cite complete information following MLA or APA style.

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Running head: PLATO AND ARISTOTLE COMPARISON

Plato and Aristotle Comparison
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PLATO AND ARISTOTLE COMPARISON

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Plato and Aristotle Comparison
Introduction
In Western Philosophy, Plato and Aristotle are regarded as the most influential or greatest
figures. Plato, who was a teacher at the philosophical institution at the Academy in Athens,
taught Aristotle, who would later come to challenge his ideals and philosophical theories.
Aristotle was a keen student and believed many of the ideals taught by Plato but came to
challenge and eventually departed his philosophy from that of his teacher. To have a stronger
field of argument, areas of philosophy and fields of science were analyzed by Aristotle, which
Plato did not seem to take seriously (Cohen, 2016). The art of philosophy that the two
philosophers employed deferred in that ‘abstract and utopia characterized Plato`s theory,’ while
Aristotle`s is termed as ‘empir...

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