De Gruyter (2014)

This book argues that the main focus of the life and work of Aristotle was on the natural sciences. Of central importance are his scientific expeditions, which can be reconstructed from scattered geographical statements. Comparison with modern biology confirms the empirical nature of his biological writings, and the philological approach taken here offers a corrective against premature philosophical systematizing.
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ISBN(s) 978-1-61451-773-3   978-1-61451-824-2   1614517738   9781614517733
DOI 10.1515/9781614518242
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