So long story short, I have to help a friend with short philosophy paper that is already overdue. I can write ideas and express them well, but I am seriously lost with this topic and I'm a bit short on time. So, to keep it brief, what is a good counter argument to the Third Man argument and support for Plato's original theory of forms. TL;DR: Counter the Third Man argument. Thanks in advance. Edit: I apologize for breaking regulations by asking such a question. It was my first time posting.

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    Hi, welcome to Philosophy SE. We do not do HW for people, we would answer HW related questions if a thinking process is presented in the post, and some specific difficulty identified. – Conifold Nov 29 '16 at 2:16
  • Thank you, this is my first time posting and I apologize for breaking regulations. I will keep that in mind when using the website in the future. – Hadi Nounou Dec 3 '16 at 18:53

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