|Statement||Transl. ... by A.E. Taylor.|
|Contributions||Taylor, A. E. 1869-1945.|
Aristotle on His Predecessors; Being the First Book of His Metaphysics: Translated from the Text Ed, of W. Christ With Introduction and Notes By Taylor (Classic Reprint) [Aristotle, Aristotle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Aristotle Aristotle. Aristotle on his predecessors: being the first book of his Metaphysics. Translated from the text ed. of W. Christ with introduction and notes by A.E. Taylor. , Open Court Pub. by: 3. Aristotle on his predecessors, being the first book of his Metaphysics Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Aristotle on his predecessors, being the first book of his Metaphysics by Aristotle. Publication date Topics Metaphysics, Philosophy, Ancient PublisherPages: Aristotle on his predecessors; being the first book of his Metaphysics. Translated from the text ed. of W. Christ with introduction and notes by A.E. Taylor by Aristotle.
Historical Value of Aristotle's Criticism.. 29 Summary 45 Chronological Table of the Pre-Aristotelian Philos- ophers Referred to in Metaphysics A,. • 58 Books of Reference 60 Aristotle on his Predecessors: Chapter I. The Origin of Knowledge and Wisdom (Philosophy).. 67 Chapter II. General Character of Wisdom.. 7a Chapter III. Aristotle on His Predecessors: Being the First Book of His Metaphysics Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for aristotle. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Aristotle on His Predecessors, Being the First Book of His Metaphysics". Aristotle on his predecessors, being the first book of his Metaphysics;: Aristotle, Aristotle, Taylor, A E. : LibrosFormat: Pasta blanda.
The Milesians and Monism Normally in the history of philosophy the earliest Greek thinkers are referred to as “pre-Socratics”, but in biology, the first systematic thinker is Aristotle, so here we look at his predecessors. One of the issues in histories of ideas is that one . OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the edition. Description: xix, pages ; 21 cm. Contents: Life of Aristotle --he Metaphysics --Historical value of Aristotle's Criticism --he Origin of Knowledge and Wisdom (Philosophy) --General Character of Wisdom --Four Kinds of Causes: A Review of Their Treatment in the Past --Teleology and the Formative Principle --he Peculiarities of Plato. Preface --Summary --Chronological table of the pre-aristotelian philosophers referred to in metaphysics --Books of reference --Aristotle on his predecessors: Series Title: Open Court classics, P Responsibility: translated, with notes and introduction by A.E. Taylor ; with a . When Aristotle, in the Rhetoric, sets out his own understanding of rhetoric, he does so by distinguishing it from the rival views of his predecessors, and argues for its merits in relation to theirs. This chapter seeks to identify the particular theorists that Aristotle has in view in the Rhetoric, and to set out their understanding of the expertise.