Explain Concepts Of „The One And The Many“ In Plato’s Ontology?

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According to Plato’s ontology, mainly from his Politeia, the problem of the „one and the many“ is very fundamental. Namely, his theory of forms or ideas what author of the text: Unit 5 – Beyond Being to the Good in PHIL 240 (Rev. C2)/ Study Guide Part II of Athabasca University marked as synonyms, which refers to Plato’s (ancient Greek words) eidos and the idea is based on a difference between the one and the many....

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