Aristotle's Metaphysical Argument Walter Leszl: Logic and Metaphysics in Aristotle. Aristotle's treatment of types of equivocity and its relevance to his metaphysical theories. Pp. xiii+60i. Padua: Antenore, 1970. Paper, L. 9,000 [Book Review]

The Classical Review 23 (02):212-214 (1973)
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