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FRANKLIN COUNTY PHILOSOPHERS: "Aristotle - The Philosopher" tomorrow, Thurs, Feb 9, 7pm at Driver's Sport Cafe.

From: cole m.
Sent on: Wednesday, February 8, 2012 3:02 PM

FRANKLIN COUNTY PHILOSOPHERS: "Aristotle - The Philosopher" tomorrow, Thurs, Feb 9, 7pm at Driver's Sport Cafe. Caleob always leads a great discussion and it's only a short drive outside Olathe (30 min.)  So join us for reasonably priced drinks and good food.

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When mid-evil scholars rediscovered ancient thought - Aristotle was so important to them that they referred to him as "The Philosopher". He has influenced the history of thought profoundly, even to the present day.
We'll discuss:
  * The Platonic/Aristotelean divide
  * Why Athens killed Socrates, tried to kill Aristotle, but left Plato
     alone
  * The concept of the Aristotelean mean
  * His major works - especially Politics and his ethic
Caleob
Cole Morgan [address removed]  [masked]

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