Aristotle regards the soul or mind not as the product of the physiological conditions of the body, but as the truth of the body
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Aristotle | Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophystamped on it are unified. Metaphysicians before Aristotle discussed the soul abstractly without any regard to the bodily environment; this, Aristotle believes, was a mistake. At the same time, <span>Aristotle regards the soul or mind not as the product of the physiological conditions of the body, but as the truth of the body -- the substance in which only the bodily conditions gain their real meaning. The soul manifests its activity in certain "faculties" or "parts" which correspond with the stages of biolo
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