Aristotle on the sense organs (review) [Book Review]

Journal of Hellenic Studies 119:192-193 (1999)
Review of Johanson's book Aristotle on the sense organs. Aristotle seeks to explain the characteristics of the different sense organs by reference to the goal that they serve, that of enabling animals to perceive. A material basis is necessary for sense perception but it is an open question whether the material in question undergoes a physiological change.
Keywords Aristotle  Sense organs  Perception  Common Sense
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