Aristotle’s Five Ways of Knowing
Chart identifying the intellectual virtues and their relation to the genus of systematic theology (i.e., the kind of discipline we are pursuing and how that discipline relates to others).
Aristotle’s Ten Categories
Chart of Aristotle’s praedicamenta (Medieval term; cf. Grk., Katēgoriai; Lat., Categoriae): substance, quantity, quality, relation, place, time, position, state, action, affection.
- Types of predicate
- Highest of the genera
- Kinds of predication
Aristotle’s Four Causes
Illustration / chart differentiating the ways things come into existence:
- Material Cause
- Formal Cause
- Efficient Cause
- Final Cause
Aristotle’s Golden Mean
Chart based on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics: table of vices as excesses and deficiencies; of virtues as the golden mean between the two.
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