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Author: Dorothea Frede

things which are functionless: the Form of justice, say, or the Form of equality? Again, isn’t a Platonic carpenter supposed to copy the Form of table? Didn’t the demiurge imitate the Form of animal? But how can you copy or imitate a function? And in any case, doesn’t Plato say that the Form of table is

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: David Skrbina

—a kind of rational intelligence. Aristotle confirms this for us: »it is evident that Plato means the soul of the whole to be like the sort of soul which is called mind« ( De anima , 407a5). Secondly, Plato explicitly differentiates the cosmic mind from the creator god or Demiurge. The latter brought

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In: Panentheism and Panpsychism