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PITHY QUOTE FROM Aristotle: Complete Works

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All men by nature desire to know.

Aristotle: The Complete Works. Volume 2, Metaphysics, Book I A

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Aristotle: The Complete Works. Electronic Edition.

ISBN: 978-1-57085-003-5

Language: English translation

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Aristotle. Marble bust with a restored nose. Roman copy of a Greek original, 4th century BC. In the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

List of Contents

Aristotle. The Complete Works of Aristotle. Revised Oxford Translation. Edited by Jonathan Barnes. 2 vols. © 1984 The Jowett Copyright Trustees. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984.

  • Vol. 1:

    • Categories
    • De Interpretatione
    • Prior Analytics
    • Posterior Analytics
    • Topics
    • Sophistical Refutations
    • Physics
    • On the Heavens
    • On Generation and Corruption
    • Meteorology
    • On the Universe
    • On the Soul
    • Sense and Sensibilia
    • On Memory
    • On Sleep
    • On Dreams
    • On Divination in Sleep
    • On Length and Shortness of Life
    • On Youth, Old Age, Life and Death, and Respiration
    • On Breath
    • History of Animals
    • Parts of Animals
    • Movement of Animals
    • Progression of Animals
    • Generation of Animals
    • On Colours
    • On Things Heard
    • Physiognomonics
  • Vol. 2:

    • On Plants
    • On Marvellous Things Heard
    • Mechanics
    • Problems
    • On Indivisible Lines
    • The Situations and Names of Winds
    • On Melissus, Xenophanes, and Gorgias
    • Metaphysics
    • Nicomachean Ethics
    • Magna Moralia
    • Eudemian Ethics
    • On Virtues and Vices
    • Politics
    • Economics
    • Rhetoric
    • Rhetoric to Alexander
    • Poetics
    • Constitution of Athens
    • Aristotle's Will
    • Fragments

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