Analysis and Science in Aristotle

State University of New York Press (1997)

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Patrick H. Byrne
Boston College
Abstract
Presents a new interpretation of Aristotle's Analytics (the Prior and Posterior Analytics) as a unified whole, and argues that to "loose up" or solve—rather than to reduce or break up—is the principle meaning which best characterizes the Analytics.
Keywords Aristotle   Aristotle   Analysis   Science, Ancient   Science
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ISBN(s) 9780791433218   0791433218   0791433218 (hard : alk. paper)
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