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I. Introduction Samuel Taylor Coleridge once said: Every man is born an Aristotelian or a Platonist. I don't think it is possible that any one born an Aristotelian can become a Platonist, and I am sure no born Platonist can ever change into an Aristotelian. (Woodring 1990, 172-73)1 Of course, Coleridge is wrong at least to this extent: Aristotle was a Platonist who became an Aristotelian (though Coleridge might reply that Aristotle was not born a Platonist). Whatever else we think of Coleridge's words, this much is true: Aristotle is often considered a philosopher reacting to, critical of, and

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