Aristotle's Conception of Science: The Case of On Youth and Old Age, and Life and Death, and Respiration

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In the past two decades considerable advances have been made in our understanding of Aristotle’s natural science. Through the works of Balme, Lennox, Gotthelf and others,1 Aristotle’s biology has received increasing attention, and the accounts in the Historia Animalium and the de Partibus Animalium are no longer seen as mere lists of observations, but as… (More)

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