By Frank J. Wilstach
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Plato was acquainted from youth with an Athenian named Cratylus, who declared with Heraclitus that there is no stable substance, or hold for human knowledge, in the sense world . Plato did not deny this then or later but, wishing to take over and continue the Socratic search for universals, in the sphere of morals, which do remain permanent, he necessarily separated the universals from sensible particulars . It was he who termed them Ideas and Forms . In his view particulars (that is, things and states of things, actions and qualities) derive reality from Forms by "participation" ; and when we name or speak of these particulars, we in effect name Forms .
S . Plaskett," in Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, 35 (1941), 408-411, lists 85 works . , 5 (1931), 1-98, written with J . A . , 99-165, written with J . A . Pearce . Plaskett's most substantial memoirs appeared in vols . 1-5 (1920-1934) of this journal . II . SECONDARY LITERATURE . See A . C . D. Crommelin, "Address . . on the Award of the Gold Medal of the Society . ," in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 90 (1930), 466-477 . Obituaries are F . S . , 102 (1942), 70-73 ; R .
Academic" teaching was being given in the gymnasium of Ptolemy near the agora of Athens . C . He was an Athenian . The dialogue records his death from wounds received in battle at Corinth, complicated by illness, and was obviously written soon afterward (ca. ) . Hence his collaboration with Plato may have lasted about fifteen years . Somewhat later, Eudoxus of Cnidus resided occasionally at the Academy . He is known to have died at the age of fifty-three, and the dates for his life now usually accepted are ca .
A dictionary of similes by Frank J. Wilstach