By Aristotle,Terence Irwin,Gail Fine

Selections seeks to supply a correct and readable translation that might enable the reader to keep on with Aristotle's use of the most important technical phrases and to understand the main points of his argument. not like anthologies that mix translations via many arms, this quantity encompasses a totally built-in set of translations via a two-person staff. The glossary--the so much distinct in any edition--explains Aristotle's vocabulary and shows the correspondences among Greek and English phrases. short notes offer replacement translations and elucidate tricky passages.

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