Metaphysics (Google eBook)
Aristotle's 'Metaphysics' is a seminal work of philosophy from classical antiquity. One of Aristotle's most important works and one of the first works on the subject of metaphysics, this volume represents an important edition in the canon of great classical literature. Students of metaphysics and classical philosophy will find much of interest in this edition from the translation of W. D. Ross.
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