Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle Essays
plains why the Aristotle essay never appeared
Aristotle Essay presents a complex argument from Aristotle, ordered in the "mixed form" described in the main essay. Some writing spaces contain entire short logical arguments, from premises to conclusions. Other spaces expand on individual statements, providing backing, illustration, or alternate perspectives -sometimes with logical structures of their own."
Three Schools of Thought: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle Essay
is made of five separate essays varying in length and purpose. The essay called "Socrates in the Labyrinth" carries the weight of Kolb´s arguments and answers directly to the question we asked above. The other four essays: "Habermas Pyramid", "Earth Orbit", "Cleavings" and "Aristotle Essay" "explore -and embody- different hypertextual forms that argumentative or philosophical writing might take".