State University of New York Press (1997)

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Argues that Aristotle's writings about the natural world contain a rhetorical surface as well as a philosophic core and shows that Aristotle's genuine views have not been refuted by modern science and still deserve serious attention
Keywords Aristotle   Physics   Greek language   Philosophy, Ancient
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