Aristotle: New Light on His Life and On Some of His Lost by Anton-Hermann Chroust

Greek Roman Philosophy

By Anton-Hermann Chroust

Originally released in 1973. Aristotle’s early works most likely belong to the formative period of his philosophic notion and as such give a contribution vitally to the knowledge and overview of the advance of his philosophy. This booklet indicates that the philosophy propagated in those misplaced works shows an indisputable Platonism, and therefore turns out to clash with the elemental doctrines within the conventional treatises gathered within the Corpus Aristotelicum. was once the writer of the misplaced early works and the later preserved treatises one and an analogous individual, or have been a few of these treatises written via participants of the Early Peripatus? This, the second one of 2 volumes, discusses intimately sure decisive points of Aristotle’s early works. attention-grabbing hypotheses and conjectures recommend the following impress dialogue and extra research within the ‘Aristotelian Problem’.

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