An Introduction to Aristotle

If there is one thinker most responsible for the development of the Western philosophical canon, it is Aristotle. He thought and wrote in virtually every branch of philosophy and is cited more times than any other philosopher in the major philosophical encyclopedias. Although it may be said that modern philosophy has progressed past many of his ideas, Aristotle set into motion the major areas of inquiry that constitute the discipline…

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