pt. 1. Notes

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CONTENTS:

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LOGIC
Categories (1a)
On Interpretation (16a)
Prior Analytics (24a)
Posterior Analytics (71a)
Topics (100a)
Sophistical Refutations (164a)

PHYSICS
Physics (184a)
On the Heavens (268a)
On Generation and Corruption (314a)
Meteorology (338a)
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)
Physiognomonics (805a)
On Plants (815a)
On Marvelous Things Heard (830a)
Mechanics (847a)
Problems (859a)
On Indivisible Lines (968a)
The Situations and Names of Winds (973a)
On Melissus, Xenophanes, and Gorgias (974a)

METAPHYSICS
Metaphysics (980a)

ETHICS AND POLITICS
Nicomachean Ethics (1094a)
Great Ethics (1181a)
Eudemian Ethics (1214a)
On Virtues and Vices (1249a)
Politics (1252a)
Economics (1343a)

RHETORIC AND POETICS
Rhetoric (1354a)
Rhetoric to Alexander (1420a)
Poetics (1447a)

Constitution of the Athenians

The Greek Texts
PRONOUNCING ANCIENT GREEK
LIST OF GREEK TEXTS

The Biographies
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
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