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The Complete Aristotle

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s/t: Includes Politics, Categories, Metaphysics, Physics, The Poetics, Athenian Constitution & More
This an edition of the complete essays complemented by a biography. The table of contents is linked to every chapter/subchapter. It's designed for navigation on the Kindle, PDA, Smartphone & other electronic readers & formatted to display on all electronic device...more
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Alexander Klashnekoff
This is just a great book, Now I know more about all works of Aristotle one of the greatest Greek philosophers.

His works on physics, soul, geology, biology and cosmology impressed me.

It's just too bad how the religious people took his works on metaphysics to prove their religion, specially the Unmoved mover hypothesis.

Although his works on physics weren't correct, but the way he wrote it, the way he just make it sensible to the philosophers who came after him, really impressed me

Aristotle will b...more
Fernando Hansen Benavente
Lo reviso cada cierto tiempo. En estas vacaciones leí los libros 1, 2, 3 y la mitad del 4 de la Física y un par de capítulos de la Política.

Muy interesante, de esta leída rescato entre otras cosas el análisis que hace acerca de las partes de la sociedad y del comunismo (¡escrito en el siglo IV A.C.!). De la física, aunque algo había leído ya, lo que refiere al movimiento y el cambio, y el tipo de estudio que hace (inicia con una estudio dialéctico, en que se conoce la esencia de lo inquirido, y...more
After working through the Organon (Aristotle's writing on Logic), I'm second-guessing if it's worth it to work through his complete works (i.e. his writing can become incredibly pedantic and drawn-out). I'm thinking it may be more valuable to perhaps read through his Metaphysics and Politics, leaving the rest for reference when necessary or as needed.
Interesting but very dry read. Explores the nature of... well nature!
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Aristotle (greek: Αριστοτέλης)(384–322 B.C.E.) numbers among the greatest philosophers of all time. Judged solely in terms of his philosophical influence, only Plato is his peer: Aristotle's works shaped centuries of philosophy from Late Antiquity through the Renaissance, and even today continue to be studied with keen, non-antiquarian interest. A prodigious researcher and writer, Aristotle left a...more
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