Aristotle on the Parts & Progressive Motion of Animals, the Problems, on Indivisible Lines, to which is Added Thomas Taylor's "The Elements of the True Arithmetic ..."
Prometheus Trust, Oct 1, 2004 - Animal locomotion - 498 pages
This volume contains The Parts of Animals, The Progressive Motion of Animals, The Problems, On Indivisible Lines. It also includes Taylor's treatise On the True Elements of Arithmetic of Infinites. The translations of Aristotle by Taylor are unique amongst those of modern times because Thomas Taylor was convinced - as were the neoplatonists of late antiquity - that Aristotle should be read and understood as a Platonist rather than as a dissenter from his teacher.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.