Plato / Aristotle Study Guides
Aristotle - Influential Greek Philosopher Aristotle
Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) was one of the most important western philosophers, a student of Plato, teacher of Alexander the Great, and tremendously influential in the Middle Ages. Aristotle wrote on logic, nature, psychology, ethics, politics, and art.
Plato - About the Greek Philosopher Plato
Plato was one of the most famous, respected, and influential philosophers of all time. A type of love (Platonic) is named for him. We know the Greek philosopher Socrates mostly through Plato's dialogues.
Etexts of Plato's dialogues in English translation.
The Good Life
A Guest Submission by a philosophy class taught by Michael Bakaoukas of the University of Piraeus. The primary focus is on Socrates' moral philosophy and its effects on both Plato and Aristotle.
Plato's Theory of Forms
Plato's theory to explain how can humans live a fulfilling, happy life in a world where everything can be taken away and how the world can appear to be both permanent and changing.
The Structure of Plato's Parmenides
By Edward F. Little, a thorough discussion of the dialogue with an outline. The main part contains eight hypotheses on unity.