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We’re All Becoming Platonists Now—And That’s Not Good

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 16, 2021 .

One of the most fundamental divides in the history of philosophy is that between a more Platonic approach and a more Aristotelian approach. Plato, of course, saw the universal or formal level of being as more real, more noble, whereas Aristotle, while acknowledging the existence and importance of the abstract,…

Todos nos estamos convirtiendo en Platónicos ahora, y eso no es bueno

by Bishop Robert Barron . March 16, 2021 .

Una de las divisiones más fundamentales en la historia de la filosofía es la que existe entre un enfoque más platónico y un enfoque más aristotélico. Platón, por supuesto, veía el nivel universal o formal del ser como algo más real, más noble, mientras que Aristóteles, aunque reconocía la existencia…