Aristotle the Philosopher

Aristotle the Philosopher

Aristotle the Philosopher

Aristotle the Philosopher

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My aim in this book is not just to impart information, but to arouse interest in the philosophical problems Aristotle tackles, and in his arguments and ideas. I have tried to bring out the extraordinary range and the excitement of his philosophical investigations, and to show why he is so highly regarded by contemporary philosophers. I very much hope that readers of the book will want to go on to read Aristotle for themselves.

A fuller account of the aims and contents of this book will be found in Chapter 1.

I am most grateful to Henry Hardy and Judith Ackrill for their encouragement and advice, and to Elsie Hinkes for her skilful typing.

Oxford, September 1980 J. L. A.

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