Title Aristotle’s Philosophy of Science
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Publisher New Delhi, India Global Vision Publishing House 2003
8187746645 / 9788187746645
Seller ID 110078
Aristole was primarily an encyclopedist and with the partial exception of Democritos, he was the first one. Earlier philosopher had tired to explain the universe, but Aristotle, who shared their ambition, was the first to realize that such an explanation should be preceded by as complete an inventory and description of it as possible. He did not simply understand that need but, what is more remarkable, he satisfied it. The totality of this works represents an encyclopedia of the available knowledge, much of which was obtained by himself or because of his leadership. It is easy to find holes or errors in that encyclopaedia, but the amazing thing is that it was as good, as comprehensive and durable, as it was. This book will give various facets of Aristotle?s vast knowledge of science. Printed Pages: 302.
Aristotle’s Philosophy of Science R. Singh