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Cows and dogs, like Cow and Dog, instantiate Animal. All particulars will fall under a genus which fall under the species-Forms which fall under it, and so it will already have been yielded by the One Over Many Principle applied to the natural group of particulars of that genus. Hence it will not be one of the Forms by which the set of Forms outnumbers the set of natural groups of particulars. So Cherniss's candidates for the class of Form-generated Forms fail. But surely, you may say, 990b8 = 1079a4 itself provides us with (so to speak) the ideal candidate; one group containing only eternal things must be the class of eternal things.
This is because most writers on the Theory of Forms, unlike the three quoted above, offer no clear expression of what they take separation and the ontological priority of Forms to consist in. Nonetheless, EFT has been questioned s and even explicitly rejected: . . to every Idea there correspond 'many' objects participating in the Idea. Hence, according to Plato, there are no Ideas in which no objects participate or which have empty classes for their extensions. The conscious recognition of empty concepts and empty classes is the result of a logical sophistication at which the Greek philosophers of Plato's time had obviously not yet arrived.
They will fit perfectly, and there will be no inconsistency 17 in declaring them to be the real men of those ancient times. 19 In the brief sketch of antediluvian Athens that Critias gives after Timaeus' great discourse, he reassures his auditors that the guardian class of those real archaic Athenians "followed all the practices we spoke of yesterday when we talked of those feigned guardians" (Critias llOd3-4). The relevance of all this is of course that the ideal city which Socrates recalls in the Timaeus and which ancient Athens is asserted to have exempli- 24 MICHAEL DAVID ROHR fled perfectly is identical with the ideal city described in the Republic.
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