Discusses Aristotle's views on change, natural science, the mind, logic, philosophical method, metaphysics, and ethics, and suggests why the Greek philosopher still provokes controversy.
'An excellent little book. One cannot sufficiently recommend this book as an up-to-date fascinating introduction to Aristotle, clearly presented and accessible to the non-specialist. Even for the specialist, although its content will be known to him, this brief volume gives an interesting and, above all, refreshing presentation.
|Aristotle at Work||p. 10|
|The Analysis of Change: Matter and Form||p. 24|
|Explanation in Natural Science||p. 34|
|The Philosophy of Mind||p. 55|
|The Philosophy of Science||p. 94|
|Philosophical Method||p. 107|
|Further Reading||p. 156|
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Number Of Pages: 168
Published: 17th September 1981
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 19.58 x 13.03
Weight (kg): 0.2