History of Philosophy / LESSON 16
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Aristotle’s Metaphysics: Matter, Form and Causality

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Leonard Peikoff presents Aristotle’s views on causality and the nature of change. Peikoff shows how Aristotle uses the concepts ‘actuality’ and ‘potentiality’ and ‘matter’ and ‘form’ to define an account of change that avoids the contradictions alleged by both Parmenides and Heraclitus.


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Leonard Peikoff
Leonard Peikoff

Ayn Rand’s foremost student and today’s leading expert on Objectivism.

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