Il "de Ideis" di Aristotele e la Teoria Platonica delle Idee

Olschki (1975)
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Walter Leszl
University of Florence
Abstract
The book is a reconstruction and detailed presentation (close to a commentary) of Aristotle's lost work On Ideas, based, in the main, on the testimony of Alexander of Aphrodisias in his commentary to the Metaphysics; Alexander's text is included in the critical edition by D. Harlfinger.
Keywords Aristotle  Criticism of Plato's theory of Ideas
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DOI 10.2307/630661
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