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October 21, 2018
Aristotle comments that in a Tragedy "the end is
the chief thing of all", but what exactly is it?
What determines where you must end?
What Aristotle literally says is:
"An end, on the contrary, is that which itself
naturally follows some other thing ... but has
nothing following it."
I think what he means to say is that the you stop
at the point where nothing logically *must* follow.
Would that be once the recognitions and the
reversals are in? When all the boxes are checked...
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