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Publishing Co., 1995), this anthology will be most useful to
instructors who must try to do justice to Aristotle in a semester-long
ancient-philosophy survey, but it will also be appropriate for a variety
of introductory-level courses. Introductory Readings provides accurate,
readable, and integrated translations that allow the reader to follow
Aristotle's use of crucial technical terms and to grasp the details of
his argument. Included are adaptations of the glossary and notes that
helped make its parent volume a singularly useful aid to the study of
* Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Aristotle's life and works
* Features the complete works of Aristotle, in both English translation and the original Greek
* Concise introductions to the treatises and other works
* Provides all of the spurious works in English translation, many appearing for the first time
* Includes translations previously appearing in Loeb Classical Library editions of Aristotle’s works
* Excellent formatting of the texts
* Easily locate the section or works you want to read with individual contents tables
* Includes Bekker reference numbers to aid study
* Features five bonus biographies, including Diogenes Laërtius’ famous biography – immerse yourself in Aristotle's ancient world!
* Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres
On Interpretation (16a)
Prior Analytics (24a)
Posterior Analytics (71a)
Sophistical Refutations (164a)
On the Heavens (268a)
On Generation and Corruption (314a)
On the Universe (391a)
On the Soul (402a)
The Parva Naturalia
Sense and Sensibilia (436a)
On Memory (449b)
On Sleep (453b)
On Dreams (458a)
On Divination in Sleep (462b)
On Length and Shortness of Life (464b)
On Youth, Old Age, Life and Death, and Respiration (467b)
On Breath (481a)
History of Animals (486a)
Parts of Animals (639a)
Movement of Animals (698a)
Progression of Animals (704a)
Generation of Animals (715a)
On Colours (791a)
On Things Heard (800a)
On Plants (815a)
On Marvelous Things Heard (830a)
On Indivisible Lines (968a)
The Situations and Names of Winds (973a)
On Melissus, Xenophanes, and Gorgias (974a)
ETHICS AND POLITICS
Nicomachean Ethics (1094a)
Great Ethics (1181a)
Eudemian Ethics (1214a)
On Virtues and Vices (1249a)
RHETORIC AND POETICS
Rhetoric to Alexander (1420a)
Constitution of the Athenians
The Greek Texts
PRONOUNCING ANCIENT GREEK
LIST OF GREEK TEXTS
ARISTOTLE: LIVES OF THE EMINENT PHILOSOPHERS by Diogenes Laërtius
ARISTOTLE by Elbert Hubbard
ARISTOTLE by Charles McRae
ARISTOTLE AND ANCIENT EDUCATIONAL IDEALS by Thomas Davidson
ARISTOTLE by William MacGillivray
Focus Philosophical Library translations are close to and are non-interpretative of the original text, with the notes and a glossary intending to provide the reader with some sense of the terms and the concepts as they were understood by Aristotle and Plato’s immediate audience.
they have a common name, the definition corresponding with the name differs for each. For should any one define in what sense each is an animal, his definition in the one case will be appropriate to that
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Dressage riders are information-hungry readers, often referred to as Òthe thinking horsemen.Ó This bookÕs sturdy format, combbound and drilled so it can be hung on a ringside post, will appeal to these reading riders, whether in or out of the saddle.
difficult work comes close to the standard of accuracy and readability
set here by C.D.C. Reeve. The ideal choice for students and scholars
alike, this volume provides the reader with more of the resources needed
to understand Aristotle's argument than any other edition. An
introductory essay by Reeve situates Politics in Aristotle's
overall thought and offers an engaging critical introduction to its
central argument. A detailed glossary, footnotes, bibliography, and
indexes provide historical background, analytical assistance with
particular passages, and a guide both to Aristotle's philosophy and to
scholarship on it.
Sequentially numbered endnotes provide the information most needed at each juncture, while a detailed Index of Terms guides the reader to places where focused discussion of key notions occurs.
An illuminating general Introduction describes the book that lies ahead, explaining what it is about, what it is trying to do, how it goes about doing it, and what sort of audience it presupposes.
Focus Philosophical Library books are distinguished by their commitment to faithful, clear, and consistent translations of texts and the rich world part and parcel of those texts.
The Physics is composed of eight books, which are further divided into chapters. In this article, books are referenced with Roman numerals, chapters with Arabic numerals. Additionally, the Bekker numbers give the page and line numbers used in the Prussian Academy of Sciences edition of Aristotle's works.
The ancients regarded rhetoric as the crowning intellectual discipline — the synthesis of logical principles and other knowledge attained from years of schooling. Modern readers will find considerable relevance in Aristotelian rhetoric and its focus on developing persuasive tools of argumentation. Aristotle's examinations of how to compose and interpret speeches offer significant insights into the language and style of contemporary communications, from advertisements to news reports and other media.