A portrait of Aristotle
A key introduction to Aristotle, emphasizing the importance of his biological thinking to the study of his thought. Written for students and the general reader with little prior knowledge of Aristotle, this edition features a new preface by Professor Grene.
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Aristotle and Plato
The Tools of Philosophy
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actuality analysis animals argument Aristotelian physics Aristotelian science Aristotle's being-what-it-is biological biologist body Book Categories cause celestial spheres chapter concept concrete entity contrariety contrary D'Arcy Thompson definition Democritean Democritus demonstration dialectic distinction doctrine Empedocles essence essential eternal things exist fact finite finitude formula frog fundamental genus individual induction infinite intelligible Jaeger kind of thing ledge living things logic mathematics matter means memory Metaphysics mind modern motion move movement nature necessity object organism Organon Parmenides particular perception philosopher Physics Plato Platonic Forms possible Posterior Analytics potency potential precise predicated present primary instance principle prior Prior Analytics problem pure question reality recollection reference relation scientific knowledge seems semen sense sensible substances separate Socrates soul species starting-point structure subject-genus subject-matter substrate teleology Theaetetus Theophrastus theory thinker thinking thought tion treatise unity universal univocal unmoved mover whole Zeta