In reading Alfarabi carefully, all of us are going outside of our comfort zones. But we're finding a lot of Aristotle, and we're probably thinking ahead to Aquinas.
Below, I have created a presentation slide and included a page of notes and questions. When you present to others, it is best not to jam everything in, and ordinarily I wouldn't do so. But I wanted to show that Alfarabi can be made simpler and graphically understandable--albeit cluttered--in one page.
So now, without further ado, onto the most cramped graphical representation of Alfarabi yet...
Now, what if I told you that the diagram above came from these notes?
And led to these questions?