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Explain the similarities and differences of Plato and Aristotle concerning body and soul.

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  2. I just need some similarties and differences...I got a few but I cant think of any others.

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  3. Please tell us what you HAVE found so we don't waste time on things you already know.

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  4. Sorry. It doesnt matter anymore.
    Ive found some similarities a dn differences.

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  5. In the future, you can save time by telling us all you know -- in your first post. =)

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