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[Read] ➻ τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ➸ Aristotle – Smrl.me „Meтaфизиĸa“ e ocнoвнo cъчинeниe нa дpeвнoгpъцĸия филocoф Apиcтoтeл ĸoмпилиpaнo cлeд cмъpттa мy Имeтo нa пpoизвeдeниeтo дaвa и нaим[Read] τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά Aristotle Smrl.me „Meтaфизиĸa“ e ocнoвнo cъчинeниe нa дpeвнoгpъцĸия филocoф Apиcтoтeл ĸoмпилиpaнo cлeд cмъpттa мy Имeтo нa пpoизвeдeниeтo дaвa и нaим „Meтaфизиĸa“ e ocнoвнo cъчинeниe.

нa дpeвнoгpъцĸия филocoф Apиcтoтeл ĸoмпилиpaнo cлeд cмъpттa мy Имeтo нa пpoизвeдeниeтo дaвa и нaимeнoвaниeтo нa eдин oт ocнoвнитe дялoвe нa филocoфиятa – мeтaфизиĸaтaИзcлeдoвaтeлитe пpeдпoлaгaт чe няĸoи oт yчeницитe нa Ap.

τὰ download μετὰ epub τὰ book φυσικά book τὰ μετὰ mobile τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBнa дpeвнoгpъцĸия филocoф Apиcтoтeл ĸoмпилиpaнo cлeд cмъpттa мy Имeтo нa пpoизвeдeниeтo дaвa и нaимeнoвaниeтo нa eдин oт ocнoвнитe дялoвe нa филocoфиятa – мeтaфизиĸaтaИзcлeдoвaтeлитe пpeдпoлaгaт чe няĸoи oт yчeницитe нa Ap.

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  1. Nina Misson Nina Misson says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBWhen he to whom one speaks does not understand and he who speaks himself does not understand that is metaphysics Voltaire


  2. Roy Lotz Roy Lotz says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBI have very mixed feelings about AristotleOn the one hand he's so tedious and uninspiring This is only partially his fault everything we have of his are lecture notes and so it is no surprise that they are stylistically wanting Many scholars think that Metaphysics contains many sections written at different times and for different purposes which Aristotle never intended to be read together There is even one section which may not have been written by him at all This makes his work particularly this book often difficult and confusingThat being said his ideas are not poetic either His Ethics contains ingredients to live a well balanced life but a life curiously devoid of great passion or excitement His Rhetoric reads like a handbook for


  3. Riku Sayuj Riku Sayuj says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBThe PlanI had been able to bring together my notesthoughts for the earlier parts of this reading Those can be found hereBook 1 A Preliminary Outline of PhilosophyBook 2 An Introduction to Philosophical Problems Book 3 The Basic Instruments Of Philosophy From Book 4 onwards it becomes slightly harder to talk about the books in isolation Also A became easier to follow so I stopped using so many supplementary resources I will try to put up a review here incorporating my reading notes additional thoughts criticisms doubts ideas and a few unwarranted digs at Aristotle as soon as I can Meanwhile I am planning to now move into The Organon and Physics nextThe original plan was to progress in an orderly fashion through the great philosophical works before reading the modern ones all first hand but Sartre has thrown a spanner into that plan by being so irresistible So now the new plan is to read in parallel the moderns and the ancients and to meet somewhere in the middle so


  4. AC AC says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBAn awful text use Ross' Greek textThe story goes thus Jaeger was working on a text of the Metaphysics when WD Ross published with Oxford his magnificent two volume text with commentary in 1924 Of course Jaeger who had already done a lot of work had to scrap his project He did however then publish two long articles in German on the text and manuscripts of the Metaphysics discussing various textual crux' in a series of lemmata These are reprinted in his Scripta Minora They are an utter embarrassment Illogical confused they show that Jaeger had no grasp at all of technical philosophy and what is worse no grasp of Aristotle And even less sense of what textual criticism is


  5. Jesse Jesse says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBWhat is the being of that thing which underlies any phenomenon The central uestion of metaphysics is an intriguing one and it must be said for the benefit of all the atheists on here who might think that this is a religious uestion it is a perfectly scientific uery for it is in fact the uestion of how can we say a person is the same person even thoug


  6. Tyler Tyler says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBThis was fascinating I summarized the whole thing after I finished as I am wont to do with books of this nature I just don't feel like reproducing the summary There is so much to go over it is ridiculously intense Getting a glimpse inside Aristotle's mind is fascinating Everything is a cycle And everything is explainedtouched upon I look forward to reading Ptolemy's additions to his cosmology and Proclus' comments on this book in his Commentary on Euclid Five stars because although there were some contradictions here and there overall I thought it was a solid piece of literature that expanded my view of the universe and mathemat


  7. Dean the Phantasy Guru Dean the Phantasy Guru says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBConsidered by many academics to be the most challenging work throughout all of literature Aristotle's Metaphysics is than just fancy words and non sensical theorems It deals with the most important theme possible beingexistence both generally and specifically For the Greek philosopher nothing takes precedence over being because without being there would be nothing In other words Aristotle deals with First Principles of knowledge by determining what composes the fabrics of our very existence Ultimately he concludes that substance essence form and matter and the unity established between them is out of necessity the so called fabrics of not just being but nearly everything with a few exceptions The most diff


  8. Alan Johnson Alan Johnson says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBThis translation of Aristotle's Metaphysics by Hippocrates G Apostle is apparently now out of print When I read it in 1969 I was impressed with the accuracy of the translation as well as with Hippocrates Apostle's Glossary and editorial commentary Eually serviceable translations are doubtlessly available today though I have not consulted themThe term metaphysics should not mislead the twenty first century reader Unlike Plato Aristotle exhibited no trace of mysticism in his surviving works including this one In this treatise Aristotle explored the fundamentals of being and of the logic of being He approached these uestions from a philosophical rather than from what we would now call a scientific perspective Aristotle addressed scientific matters in many other treatises including his Physics which is proper


  9. Erick Erick says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBAristotle is painfully pedantic It was very hard to keep my mind focused on the endless digressions he took in order to refute other philosophers in mind numbing detail He spent very little time actually laying out his own system in much needed detail Specifics on his own system were lacking in this work One element that was noticeably absent was his approach to time If time is uncreated then his first mover is in a dualistic relationship with time; if it is created then he faces the conseuence that time itself is an ideal form; and


  10. Faris Faris says:

    τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά PDF/EPUB ↠ τὰ τὰ download, μετὰ epub, τὰ book, φυσικά book, τὰ μετὰ mobile, τὰ μετὰ τὰ φυσικά ePUBAristotle's “first act of divine motion” in his Physics is a set of logical implications and applying his scientific method rightfully so given he invented it He justifies what he calls the “first mover” or Divinity by continuing the Aristotelian narrative of placing the mind or intellect as the ultimate objective; surpassing thesoulThis would be an example of Aristotelian privilege Here Aristotle doesn't need to explain his divine inception into what God is he asserts it and by asserting it he had made the mistake of being corrected ironically from himself Duality and as well as sub having different functions An example of having duality in tho


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