By J. L. Ackrill
In one quantity that may be of carrier to philosophy scholars of all degrees and to their academics, this reader presents glossy, exact translations of the texts helpful for a cautious learn of so much points of Aristotle's philosophy. In settling on the texts Professor J. L. Ackrill has drawn on his extensive adventure of training graduate sessions, and his selection displays problems with present philosophical curiosity in addition to the perennial issues. basically fresh translations which in achieving a excessive point of accuracy were selected; the purpose is to put the Greekless reader, as approximately as attainable, within the place of a reader of Greek. As an reduction to check, Professor Ackrill provides a important advisor to the most important subject matters lined. The consultant provides references to the works or passages inside the reader, and indication in their interrelations, and present bibliography.
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1–8; 13 II. 1–7; 9 III. V. 1137a5–26; 10 VI. VII. IX. 4; 8; 9 X. Eudemian Ethics I. 1–5 II. 1; 6–10 VIII. 2;3 Politics I. 1–7 III. 1–4 VII. 1–3; 13–15 VIII. 1–3 Poetics 1–15 (with omissions); 19–20 * Books of the Metaphysics are often referred to by Greek capital letters, given here in brackets. ARISTOTLE'S WORKS This list contains all the works translated or referred to in this volume. The order is the traditional one: Logic, Natural Philosophy, Metaphysics, Practical Philosophy. References to Aristotle's works may be by book and chapter, but use is also made of the numerals and letters printed in the outer margin.
For what has become cold instead of hot, or dark instead of pale, or good instead of bad, has changed (has altered); similarly in other cases too it is by itself undergoing change that each thing is able to receive contraries. Statements and beliefs, on the other hand, 35 themselves remain completely unchangeable in every way; it is because the actual thing changes that the contrary comes to belong to them. For the statement that somebody is sitting remains the same; it is because of a change in the actual thing that it comes to be true at one 4b time and false at another.
Things that are individual and numerically one are, without exception, not said of any subject, but there is nothing to prevent some of them from being in a subject—the individual knowledge-of-grammar is one of the things in a subject. CHAPTER 3 10 Whenever one thing is predicated of another as of a subject, all things said of what is predicated will be said of the subject also. For example, man is predicated of the individual man, and animal of man; so animal 15 will be predicated of the individual man also—for the individual man is both a man and an animal.