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Aristotle  384 - 322 B. C.

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Aristotle on Substance : The Paradox of Unity by Mary Louise Gill

Internet Archive of Texts and Documents:  Aristotle

This is an excellent archive.

From this site you can access the following works:

bulletThe Athenian Constitution H. Rackham, trans. 1952 (The Perseus Project)
bulletThe Athenian Constitution Sir Frederic G. Kenyon, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletCategories trans. E. M. Edghill (The Tech Classics Archive)
bulletCategories E. M. Edghill, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletEconomics trans. G.C. Armstrong 1935 (The Perseus Project)
bulletEudemian Ethics trans. H. Rackham 1981 (The Perseus Project)
bulletHistory of Animals D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletMetaphysics trans. Hugh Tredennick 1933, 1989 (The Perseus Project)
bulletMetaphysics W. D. Ross, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletMeteorology E. W. Webster, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletNicomachean Ethics trans. H. Rackham 1934 (The Perseus Project)
bulletNicomachean Ethics W. D. Ross, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Dreams J. I. Beare, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn the Gait of Animals A. S. L. Farquharson, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Generation and Corruption H. H. Joachim, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn the Generation of Animals Arthur Platt, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn the Heavens J. L. Stocks, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Interpretation E. M. Edghill, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Longevity and Shortness of Life G. R. T. Ross, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Memory and Reminiscience J. I. Beare, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn the Parts of Animals William Ogle, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn the Motion of Animals A. S. L. Farquharson, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Prophesying by Dreams J. I. Beare, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Sense and the Sensible J. I. Beare, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Sleep and Sleeplessness J. I. Beare, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Sophistical Refutations W. A. Pickard-Cambridge, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn the Soul J. A. Smith, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletOn Youth and Old Age, On Life and Death, On Breathing G. R. T. Ross, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletPhysics R. P. Hardie and R. K. Gaye, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletPoetics S. H. Butcher, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletPoetics trans. W.H. Fyfe 1932 (The Perseus Project)
bulletPolitics H. Rackham, trans. 1944 (The Perseus Project)
bulletPolitics Benjamin Jowett, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletPosterior Analytics G. R. G. Mure, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletPrior Analytics trans. A. J. Jenkinson 1944 (The Perseus Project)
bulletPrior Analytics A. J. Jenkinson, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletRhetoric trans. J. H. Freese 1926 (The Perseus Project)
bulletRhetoric W. Rhys Roberts, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletTopics W. A. Pickard-Cambridge, trans. (Virginia Tech)
bulletVirtues and Vices trans. H. Rackham 1952 (The Perseus Project)

 

Aristotle:  An Introduction

Aristotle, 384-322 B.C., Greek philosopher. He studied (367-347 B.C.) under Plato and later (342-339 B.C.) tutored ALEXANDER THE GREAT at the Macedonian court. In 335 B.C. he opened a school in the Athenian Lyceum. During the anti-Macedonian agitation after Alexander's death Aristotle fled (323 B.C.) to Chalcis, where he died. His extant writings, largely in the form of lecture notes made by his students, include the Organum (treatises on logic); Physics; Metaphysics; De Anima [on the soul]; Nicomachean Ethics and Eudemian Ethics; Politics; De Poetica; Rhetoric; and works on biology and physics. Aristotle held philosophy to be the discerning, through the use of systematic LOGIC as expressed in SYLLOGISMS, of the self-evident, changeless first principles that form the basis of all knowledge. He taught that knowledge of a thing requires an inquiry into causality and that the "final cause" -- the purpose or function of the thing -- is primary. The highest good for the individual is the complete exercise of the specifically human function of rationality. In contrast to the Platonic belief that a concrete reality partakes of a form but does not embody it, the Aristotelian system holds that, with the exception of the Prime Mover (God), form has no separate existence but is immanent in matter. Aristotle's work was lost following the decline of Rome but was reintroduced to the West through the work of Arab and Jewish scholars, becoming the basis of medieval scholasticism.

 

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