The Aristotle Collection [50 Books]

The Aristotle Collection [50 Books]

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THE ARISTOTLE COLLECTION [50 BOOKS] | ARISTOTLE THE WORKS OF ARISTOTLE | OXFORD EDITION J.A. SMITH AND W.D. ROSS | CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING a€” The Complete Texts by the Greatest Philosopher that ever lived! a€” Corpus Aristotelicum: All 47 Books by Aristotle. Plus 3 Books About Aristotle a€” Over 2.25 Million Words. Over 15, 600 Active Linked Endnotes a€” Includes an Active Index, Table of Contents for all 50 Books and Layered NCX Navigation a€” Includes Illustrations by Gustave Dore Aristotle (384a€”322 B.C.) was a Greek philosopher and scientist born in the Macedonian city of Stagira, Chalkidice, on the northern periphery of Classical Greece. His father, Nicomachus, died when Aristotle was a child, where after Proxenus of Atarneus became his guardian. At eighteen, he joined Platoa€™s Academy in Athens and remained there until the age of thirty-seven (c. 347 b.c.). His writings cover many subjectsa€”including physics, biology, zoology, metaphysics, logic, ethics, aesthetics, poetry, theater, music, rhetoric, linguistics, politics and governmenta€”and constitute the first comprehensive system of Western philosophy. Shortly after Plato died, Aristotle left Athens and, at the request of Philip of Macedon, tutored Alexander the Great starting from 343 B.C. . According to the EncyclopAbdia Britannica, a€œAristotle was the first genuine scientist in history . . . [and] every scientist is in his debt.a€ a€”a€”BOOKS BY ARISTOTLEa€”a€” a€”LOGICa€” INSTRUMENT, TOOL, ORGAN | ORGANON [*] CATEGORIES | CATEGORIAE [1a] * ON INTERPRETATION | DE INTERPRETATIONE [16a] * PRIOR ANALYTICS | ANALYTICA PRIORA [24a] * POSTERIOR ANALYTICS | ANALYTICA POSTERIORA [71a] * TOPICS | TOPICA [100a] * SOPHISTICAL REFUTATIONS | DE SOPHISTICIS ELENCHIS [164a] * a€”PHYSICSa€” PHYSICS | PHYSICA [184a] ON THE HEAVENS | DE CAELO [268a] ON GENERATION AND CORRUPTION | DE GENERATIONE ET CORRUPTIONE [314a] METEOROLOGY | METEOROLOGICA [338a] ON THE UNIVERSE | DE MUNDO [391a] ON THE SOUL | DE ANIMA [402a] LITTLE PHYSICAL TREATISES | PARVA NATURALIA [*] SENSE AND SENSIBILIA | DE SENSU ET SENSIBILIBUS [436a] * ON MEMORY | DE MEMORIA ET REMINISCENTIA [449b] * ON SLEEP | DE SOMNO ET VIGILIA [453b] * ON DREAMS | DE INSOMNIIS [458a] * ON DIVINATION IN SLEEP | DE DIVINATIONE PER SOMNUM [462b] * ON LENGTH AND SHORTNESS OF LIFE | DE LONGITUDINE ET BREVITATE VITAE [464b] * ON YOUTH, OLD AGE, LIFE AND DEATH, AND RESPIRATION | DE IUVENTUTE ET SENECTUTE, DE VITA ET MORTE, DE RESPIRATIONE [467b] * ON BREATH | DE SPIRITU [481a] HISTORY OF ANIMALS | HISTORIA ANIMALIUM [486a] PARTS OF ANIMALS | DE PARTIBUS ANIMALIUM [639a] MOVEMENT OF ANIMALS | DE MOTU ANIMALIUM [698a] PROGRESSION OF ANIMALS | DE INCESSU ANIMALIUM [704a] GENERATION OF ANIMALS | DE GENERATIONE ANIMALIUM [715a] ON COLORS | DE COLORIBUS [791a] ON THINGS HEARD | DE AUDIBILIBUS [800a] PHYSIOGNOMONICS | PHYSIOGNOMONICA [805a] ON PLANTS | DE PLANTIS [815a] ON MARVELLOUS THINGS HEARD | DE MIRABILIBUS AUSCULTATIONIBUS [830a] MECHANICS | MECHANICA [847a] ON INDIVISIBLE LINES | DE LINEIS INSECABILIBUS [968a] THE SITUATIONS AND NAMES OF WINDS | VENTORUM SITUS ET COGNOMINA [973a] ON MELISSUS, XENOPHANES, AND GORGIAS | DE MELISSO XENOPHANE GORGIA [974a] PROBLEMS | PROBLEMATA [859a] a€”METAPHYSICSa€” METAPHYSICS | METAPHYSICA [980a] a€”ETHICS AND POLITICSa€” NICOMACHEAN ETHICS | ETHICA NICOMACHEA [1094a] GREAT ETHICS | MAGNA MORALIA [1181a] EUDEMIAN ETHICS | ETHICA EUDEMIA [1214a] ON VIRTUES AND VICES | DE VIRTUTIBUS ET VITIIS LIBELLUS [1249a] POLITICS | POLITICA [1252a] ECONOMICS | OECONOMICA [1343a] CONSTITUTION OF THE ATHENIANS | ATHENIENSIUM RESPUBLICA a€”RHETORIC AND POETICSa€” RHETORIC | ARS RHETORICA [1354a] RHETORIC TO ALEXANDER | DE RHETORICA A.D. ALEXANDRUM [1420a] POETICS | ARS POETICA [1447a] SELECT FRAGMENTS a€”a€”BOOKS ABOUT ARISTOTLEa€”a€” ARISTOTLE by Various ARISTOTLE AND ANCIENT EDUCATIONAL IDEALS by Thomas Davidson ARTICLES ON ARISTOTLE by Diogenes Laertius, Elbert Hubbard, William Macgillivray and Charles Mcrae CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHINGSerpents in general burrow underground for this purpose; the viper conceals itself under a stone. ... [20] In the spring5704 these tunnies get in motion and proceed towards the coast, coupling and breeding, and the females are now caught full.

Title:The Aristotle Collection [50 Books]
Publisher:Catholic Way Publishing - 2015-04-22


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