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, THE MICHIGAN DAILY A

ACTION, CHANGE:
Ackril Defines Concepts
Of Aristotle's Philosophy

By MARJORIE BRAHMS
In distinguishing between the
concepts of change and activity,
the Greek philosopher Aristotle
defines activity as an end in itself,
John Ackrill, fellow of Brasenose
College of Oxford University said
yesterday.
In a lecture sponsored by the.
philosophy and classics depart-
ments, Ackrill presented a paper
which concluded that there is a
confusion in Aristotle's thinking
in the distinction of the two con-
cepts.
Ackrill defined "anagia," the
Greek word for activity, as being
'U' Debate Team
To Host Columbia
The University debate team will
argue the affirmative in "Resolved:
That Democracy and Excellence
are Incompatible" with the Uni-
versity of Columbia's team at 7:30
p.n' today in the Rackham Am-
phitheater.

whole, perfect and not occurring
in time. "Kinesis," the Greek for
change, is in a time and for the
sake of an end.
Basically, the difference is one
of actuality as opposed to poten-
tiality, he said.
Illustrating the concept of ac-
tivity, Ackrill cited the term "see-
ing" as a word which does not lack
anything which could be perfect-
table later. In an activity word the
form is perfect with respect to any
time whatsoever and the present
entails the whole.
The word walking is a term of
change according to Aristotle. In
this word "the whence and the
whither constitute the form," and
no part has the same description
as the whole, Ackrill explained.
Walking to Princeton, and walk-
ing to Princeton but only being
halfway there illustrates the point
that change in the part is differ-
ent from the whole, Ackrill said.
The idea of enjoyment is not a
kinesis or change but is something
whole and perfect.

Singer Sees .
Major Militc
By THOMAS HUNTER
Prof. J. David Singer of the,
Mental Health Research Institute
told a Young Democrats group
yesterday that the arms racehas
forced the United States to change
its major military strategy from
massive retaliation to possible first
strike.
Speaking on "National Security
and the Arms Race" he said that
President John F. Kennedy's re-
cent statement that "in some cir-
cumstances we must be prepared
to use the nuclear weapon at the
start" is evidence of the policy
switch.
He said massive retaliation made
sense in the days of the Eisen-
hower-Dulles foreign policy. Now
that Soviet power has approached
and even surpassed that of the
United States in some areas "we
have to make readjustments."
The problem has been one of
credibility evolving from a "frus-
trated foreign policy." Singer felt
that new policy will try to get as
much mileage out of diplomacy as
it can, but that it must always
have a credible nuclear threat.
There is a problem that what

J .S. Starting
try Change
are defensive moves in one side's
opinion may be interpreted as ag-
gression by the other. In these
terms Eastern Europe is to the
Soviets as theCaribbean is to the
U.S. "I am not saying this is mor-
ally justifiable, but in terms of
Soviet interests it is," he said.
"We are saying that it is all
right for ourselves not to back
down on our national interest but
that it is wrong for Russia not to."
Singer pointed out that there is a
great advantage in first strike and
a growing predisposition to the
policy. Defense by one country be-
comes provocative because it in-
creases chances of pre-emptive
attack by its opponent.
College Announces
Senior officers
The new officers for the class of
1963 of the College of Architecture
and Design are Frederick Loceff,
president, Wayne L. Schiffelbein,
vice-president, Patricia K. Craw-
ford, secretary, and Donald F.
Riha, treasurer.

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Although girl watching may be practiced in any place
and at any time girls are encountered (see above), certain
locations deserve special mention for their consistently
high levels of both quality and quantity. The east side of
Fifth Avenue between 51st and 59th Streets in New
York City is perhaps the girl watching center of the

world. Other such locations are: Via Veneto in Rome,
Champs Elysees in Paris, Oude Zyds Achterburgwal in
Amsterdam and Sugarbush, Vermont (January through
March). Experienced girl watchers recommend these
places with utter confidence (just as experienced smokers
recommend Pall Mall for complete smoking pleasure).
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natural mildness'
is so food

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