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Introduction to Aristotle,

Author: Aristotle.; Richard McKeon
Publisher: New York, Modern library [1947]
Series: Modern library of the world's best books.
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This Introduction to Aristotle is a presentation in which Aristotle is permitted to speak for himself in the context of a sketched scheme of the relation of what he says in one treatise to what he says elsewhere. The seven introductions which precede these seven works place them in their contexts by describing their relations to other works or parts of works, their place in the scheme of the Aristotelian sciences,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Einführung
Ouvrages avant 1800
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Aristotle.
Introduction to Aristotle.
New York, Modern library [1947]
(OCoLC)560752650
Named Person: Aristóteles; Aristoteles.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aristotle.; Richard McKeon
ISBN: 0394309731 9780394309736 0075536528 9780075536529
OCLC Number: 254534
Notes: "First Modern library edition, 1947."
Description: xxix, 667 pages 19 cm.
Contents: Logic: Analytica posteriora (Posterior analytics) complete.--Physics: Physica (Physics) the second book.--Psychology and biology: De anima (On the soul) complete.--Metaphysics: Metaphysica (Metaphysics) the first and twelfth of the fourteen books.--Ethics: Ethica Nicomachea (Nicomachean ethics) complete.--Politics: Politica (Politics) the first and third of the eight books.--Rhetoric and poetics: Poetica (Poetics) complete.
Series Title: Modern library of the world's best books.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: edited, with a general introduction and introductions to the particular works, by Richard McKeon ...

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This Introduction to Aristotle is a presentation in which Aristotle is permitted to speak for himself in the context of a sketched scheme of the relation of what he says in one treatise to what he says elsewhere. The seven introductions which precede these seven works place them in their contexts by describing their relations to other works or parts of works, their place in the scheme of the Aristotelian sciences, and the fashion in which the subjects treated in the sciences they expound may be considered in the approaches proper to other sciences in the system. - Preface.

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