Aristotle’s Epistemological Legacy: “Science” vs. “Faith”

Aristotle is considered the father of natural science because he was the father of natural philosophy.  In Book II of the Physics, Aristotle distinguishes between natural philosophy, as an outgrowth of his treatise in part A of Book II concerning things in nature, and other forms of philosophy: mathematics and metaphysics.  Physics, along with Metaphysics, … Continue reading Aristotle’s Epistemological Legacy: “Science” vs. “Faith”