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|Bubner I, 169
Theory/Aristotle/Bubner: (= physics): deals with the changeable.
Metaphysics/Aristotle: deals with the unchanging which, in contrast to mathematical objects, is independent.
Practice/Aristotle: is concerned with the changeable, which does not have the reason of its movement in itself, but in the prohairesis of the agent or in the application of technical knowledge.
(Here there is no difference between practice and poiesis).
Feyerabend I 229
Theory/AristotlePythagoras/Feyerabend: mathematical harmonies are only regarded as signs of truth if they coincide with well-founded physical processes. (AristotleVs connection of all planets).
Wider den Methodenzwang Frankfurt 1997
Erkenntnis für freie Menschen Frankfurt 1979