Aristotle’s and Plato’s Theories in Philip Sidney’s Apology for Poetry Also Known as A Defence of Poesie

that the prevailing attitudes that existed were strongly "strongly influenced by neo-Platonism" (Kinney 51). However, interestingly, Sidney does not launch an all-out attack on the philosophers that have harshly

Ethics and Morality according to Aristotle in the Legal Defense of a Guilty Man

of what he or she may learn, is an important and "right" aspect of being a lawyer. Dilemmas arise when cherished values conflict. The example of an attorney faced