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Department
Philosophy
Course
PP111
Professor
Gary Foster
Semester
Winter

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PP111 Lab 6 Plato on Forms P1: Knowledge is of what does not change P2: Sensible always changes P3: Forms do not change C1: Therefore, knowledge is Forms The One Over Many Argument • A form is one over many particulars­ many different particulars have some  common property that makes them all the same Plato on the Intelligible­ Summary • Forms are ideas, universal, properties (essences) • Forms are intelligible because of the unchanging nature of knowledge • Forms are intelligible because when we grasp something we grasp the one over  many Descartes • “I think therefore I am” ­> the ultimate indibutable foundation • If I try to doubt my unconsciousness, I then am thinking doubt • “I a” is inseparable from me ­> innate knowledge • What am “I”? ­> not a soul, body, not p
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