Aristotle In One Take
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00:02:33 EUDEMIAN ETHICS
00:17:50 Plato Counterfeits Universals
00:27:25 NICOMACHEAN ETHICS
00:33:33 Plato's Turning of Names
01:00:20 Justice as The Best Excellence
01:07:24 Money as Demand
01:12:30 Counterfeit as Command
01:40:45 Plato's Republic of Communism
01:47:57 FIRST PHILOSOPHY
01:54:20 Plato's Nonsense
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Aristotle's Politics is the origin of how to form a Perfect Union, Ethics is the origin of The Pursuit of Happiness, and First Philosophy is the origin of the First Principle of All. Each of these demonstrates how Plato is wrong on politics, ethics, and nature.
"As for the Ideas, over which he upbraids Plato, Aristotle attacks them everywhere and introduces all the puzzles about them--in his ethical works, in his [metaphysics], in his exoteric dialogues: to some he seemed more ambitious than philosophical [about] these doctrines, as though proposing to subvert Plato's philosophy; so far was Aristotle from following Plato." - Plutarch