When Life Imitates Art: Vital Locomotion and Aristotle’s Craft Analogy

In Colin Guthrie King & Hynek Bartoš (eds.), Heat, Pneuma and Soul in Ancient Philosophy and Science. Cambridge: pp. 260-287 (2020)

Patricio A. Fernandez
University of California at Santa Barbara
Jorge Mittelmann
Universidad de Los Andes
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