Dialogue Between Plato and Aristotle

Dialogue between Plato and Aristotle
January 13th, 2012
Cynthia Carter

As the students file into the auditorium of Plato’s Academy the first thing that we all can notice is the two professors that were standing at the front of the room. After they realize all the students are all seated that is when the first professor took a few steps forward to address the class.
Plato: Good Morning Students!
Students: Good Morning Professor!
Plato: Many of you may know who I am and then there are those of you that do not. For those of you that do not know who I am, my name is Plato. I founded this Academy in 387 and it is the first of its kind. I have studied under many great philosophers such as Cratylus and Socrates.
After Plato got done speaking he took a few steps back and the gentlemen standing to the left of him took a few steps forward and addressed the class.
Aristotle: Good Morning Student!
Students: Good Morning Professor!
Aristotle: Like Plato there are many of you that know me and there are those of you that do not. So I will introduce myself to those of you that do not know me. My name is Aristotle. I was a pupil of Plato’s. I have also tutored Alexander the Great. I am here today to help Plato talk about his lesson for today.
Plato: For today’s class Aristotle and I are going to discuss our ideas on the Theory of Form       and the Theory of Knowledge. All questions will be held for the commencement of today’s class. Now we will talk about the Theory of Forms and the Theory of Knowledge.
Plato: When we discuss Forms we are not talking about something that is truly real but something that we would see or grasp intellectually. The idea of it is that what you are looking at may not be the true form of which you are looking at it. When you draw a circle even when using something that seems to have a perfect circular shape that does not mean that the final product that you come up with will be a perfect circle. For the Greeks they developed...