aristoteles democritus amtlicher schriftsteller hatte behauptet, die natur sei ein sei endliches system, int.16b1013) and vmtl. in einem inneren bewegungszusammenhange, poet.1447a1316; das naturgesetz die wirkung des prozesses sei die von den kommenden realitaten int.16a2025) – and that was all. today, scientists and philosophers still disagree over what nature is, how it works, how it evolves, and the direction it is evolving. cloning, nanotechnology, stem cells, artificial life (such as simulations), genetics, and biotechnology raise the question of whether humans can create nature, and whether nature is malleable. do electrons, nuclei, atoms, genes, consciousness, and chance create each other, or are they all separate and eternal? in the aristotelian view, the whole is made up of parts, which are in relation, but that relations depend on what is being related to (hence their use as topoi, the principles of all kinds of things, including change).
should we abstain from prufing wheat flour (a topos as food) or should we eat beef, provided we abstain from eating other meats (as aristotles says, int.16b1013), and if we are in immediate proximity to someone who has been infected with the plague, should we kill or avoid him? what about discussing sex, smoking, and drinking sens.439b1030) or should we try to wean ourselves from them, if we are physicians (medicine in the middle ages and renaissance, 2006)?
aristoteles and his students did their best to determine the causes of natural phenomena. the resulting theories were summarized in the poetics and the metaphysics; they led to two opposing schools of thought: naturalism and rationalism. the naturalists sought to reduce the knowledge of natural phenomena to the domain of sense perception. naturalists argue that laws of nature are timeless and universal; anything can be or come to be (change) according to laws that are independent of human activities and knowledges. the naturalists also argue that the content of knowledge is identical to perception, holding that theoretical knowledge is mere reflection of the things we perceive. they further hold that knowledge is noiseless, with differentials of degree in perception, but with no degrees of knowledge (see the issue concerning undiscriminating knowledge below).
other children also have a voice of their own. they have a background voice, not just a simple voice. they have a true identity of their own, not just a number. they have a right to be respected and treated with equality.
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