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How would you characterize the nature of the debate between Plato and Aristotle in terms of their philosophical worldviews?

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I suppose that you are speaking of the metaphysical debate between Plato and Aristotle.
<br><br>Plato held that there are perfect models or archetypes of everything that exists independently of the physical world. This is called the Plato's theory of forms. The models could exist without the object, but the object could not exist without the model. These models are eternal, transcendent, omnipresent, perfect, and archetypal. The ...

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