Philosophical Review 107 (1):149 (1998)

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Owen Goldin
Marquette University
Travis Butler
Iowa State University
Abstract
In Explaining an Eclipse, Owen Goldin provides a book-length treatment of the first ten chapters of book 2 of the Posterior Analytics. Goldin’s aim is to answer one question: how can an Aristotelian demonstration show anything of scientific interest if all the premises are definitions? To this question Goldin gives his undivided attention.
Keywords Analytic Philosophy  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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DOI 10.2307/2998331
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