A life of Aristotle, including a critical discussion of some questions of literary history connected with his works
200 Pages
English
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A life of Aristotle, including a critical discussion of some questions of literary history connected with his works

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NRLF OF ARISTOTLE;LIFE CRITICAL DISCUSSIONA OF LITERARY HISTORYQUESTIONS CONNECTED WITH HIS WORKS. BY M.A.WILLIAMS BLAKESLEY,JOSEPH ft t CAMBRIDGE.TRINITY COLLEGE,FELLOW OF :CAMBRIDGE J. DEIGHTON.J. AND J. JOHN W. PARKER.LONDON: M.DCCC.XXX1X. ADVERTISEMENT. the authorTHE is intended byfollowing Essay in which heto be to a few others hopespreliminary of Ancientto an account of the severalgive systems of Plato andwhich in thosePhilosophy converged to some of the moreAristotle, importantpursue branches of in the course which tookspeculation they examineafter the hands of the and tolatter,leaving tothe success which has attended their cultivation up bethe time. Before this task could attemptedpresent with it was to enter someuponany advantage, necessary relative to the of literature,points history philosophical from the nature of no mode ofand, these, discussing in athem to them cri-appeared preferable interweaving tical of the founder of the School.biography Peripatetic The the first of atreatise, however,present although is in and it is the intentionseries, itself,complete of the towriter to a similarpreserve independence each of the others. CHAPTER I7EEINTRODUC SIfW T!

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NRLFOF ARISTOTLE;LIFE
CRITICAL DISCUSSIONA
OF LITERARY HISTORYQUESTIONS
CONNECTED WITH
HIS WORKS.
BY
M.A.WILLIAMS BLAKESLEY,JOSEPH
ft t
CAMBRIDGE.TRINITY COLLEGE,FELLOW OF
:CAMBRIDGE
J. DEIGHTON.J. AND J.
JOHN W. PARKER.LONDON:
M.DCCC.XXX1X.ADVERTISEMENT.
the authorTHE is intended byfollowing Essay
in which heto be to a few others hopespreliminary
of Ancientto an account of the severalgive systems
of Plato andwhich in thosePhilosophy converged
to some of the moreAristotle, importantpursue
branches of in the course which tookspeculation they
examineafter the hands of the and tolatter,leaving
tothe success which has attended their cultivation up
bethe time. Before this task could attemptedpresent
with it was to enter someuponany advantage, necessary
relative to the of literature,points history philosophical
from the nature of no mode ofand, these, discussing
in athem to them cri-appeared preferable interweaving
tical of the founder of the School.biography Peripatetic
The the first of atreatise, however,present although
is in and it is the intentionseries, itself,complete
of the towriter to a similarpreserve independence
each of the others.