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Aristotle: new light on his life and on some of his lost works.


[Notre Dame, Ind.] University of Notre Dame Press [1973] .
ISBN 0268005184, 9780268005177, 9780268005184, 0268005176

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Subjects Aristote.
Aristote. Protreptique.
Aristotle.
Philosophes -- Grè€ce -- Biographies.
Description 2 volumes 23 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents volume 1. Some novel interpretations of the man and his life -- A Brief Account of the (Lost) Vita Aristotelis of Hermippus and of the (Lost) Vita Aristotelis of Ptolemy ( -el-Garib) -- The Vita Aristotelis of Dionysius of Halicarnassus -- An Analysis of the Vita Aristotelis of Diogenes Laertius (DL V. 1-16) -- A Summary of the Syriac and Arabic Vitae Aristotelis -- The Genealogy and Family of Aristotle -- Aristotle and Callisthenes of Olynthus -- Aristotle Enters the Academy -- Aristotle's Earliest 'Course of Lectures on Rhetoric' -- Aristotle Leaves the Academy -- Was Aristotle Actually the Chief Preceptor of Alexander the Great? -- Aristotle's Return to Athens in the Year 335-34 B.C. -- Aristotle's Flight from Athens in the Year 323 B.C. -- Aristotle, Athens and the Foreign Policy of Macedonia -- The Myth of Aristotle's Suicide -- Aristotle's Last Will and Testament -- Aristotle's Religious Convictions -- Aristotle's 'Self-Portrayal."
volume 2. Observations on some of Aristotle's lost works -- The Probable Dates of Some of Aristotle's Lost Works -- A Note on Some of the 'Minor Lost Works' of Aristotle -- Aristotle's First Literary Effort: The Gryllus: A Work on the Nature of Rhetoric -- Eudemus or On the Soul: An Aristotelian Dialogue on the Immortality of the Soul -- The Psychology in Aristotle's Eudemus or On The Soul -- Aristotle's on Justice -- A Brief Account of the Reconstruction of Aristotle's Protrepticus -- An Emendation to Fragment 13 (Walzer, Ross) of Aristotle's Protrepticus -- What Prompted Aristotle to Address the Protrepticus to Themison of Cyprus? -- The Term 'Philosopher' and the Panegyric Analogy in Aristotle's Protrepticus -- Aristotle's Politicus -- The Probable Date of Aristotle's On Philosophy -- A Cosmological (Teleological) Proof for the Existence of God in Aristotle's On Philosophy -- The Concept of God in Aristotle's On Philosophy (Cicero, De Natura Deorum I. 13. 33) -- The Doctrine of the Soul in Aristotle's On Philosophy -- Aristotle's On Philosophy and the "Philosophies of the East' -- Aristotle's Criticism of Plato's "Philosopher King': Some Comments on Aristotle's On Kingship -- Werner Jaeger and the Reconstruction of Aristotle's Lost Works.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)833466
(OCoLC)ocm00833466
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WorldCat Identities Chroust, Anton-Hermann, 1907-
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