Forms is a term which according to Plato refers to the pure, abstract realities that are unchanging and timeless and therefore knowable. Such Forms create imperfect manifestations of themselves when they interact with matter. It is these imperfect manifestations of the forms that are the objects of our sense impressions . Please see also Theory of forms.

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