Aristotle (Ch. 5 Lawhead)-human-made objects also have this potential?

Aristotle (Ch. 5 Lawhead). Do you think human-made objects also have this potential? Explain your answer using specific examples.

Aristotle (Ch. 5 Lawhead)-human-made objects also have this potential?

This paper is on Aristotle (Ch. 5 Lawhead). Do you think human-made objects also have this potential? Explain your answer using specific examples.

 

Aristotle (Ch. 5 Lawhead) In the reading, we learn that natural objects often have the potential to fully develop into something else, like an acorn’s potential to develop into a tree.

Do you think human-made objects also have this potential? Explain your answer using specific examples.

Pick a human-made object not mentioned in the text.

Describe the object that you chose.

Firstly, What is the material cause of the object?

Secondly, What is the efficient cause of the object?

Thirdly, What is the formal cause of the object?

Fourthly, What is the final cause of the object?

In your opinion, which of the four causes is most important for the object? Why?

Pick a natural object not mentioned in the text.

Describe the object that you chose.

Describe the object that you chose.

Furthermore, What is the material cause of the object?

Moreover, What is the efficient cause of the object?

What is the formal cause of the object?

What is the final cause of the object?

In your opinion, which of the four causes is most important for the object? Why? If you picked a cause as most important that was different from question 1, explain why.

Do you think Aristotle’s explanation and theory of causation is accurate? In other words, is this a good way to think about how the world works?

Lastly,  How did you think about causation or change before reading the text? How does it compare to Aristotle’s theory?