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Mortimer Adler's style is clear and concise.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand what Aristotle is all about, but doesn't have the time to study all of his works.
For those who have tried to read Aristotle's books, you know that they can be extremely opaque and almost impossible to follow.
I started but have not yet finished but the first two chapters were well written and easily understandable could be taught.Published 1 month ago by Johnlwhite
This book disappointed me for two reasons. First, he spent way too much time on Aristotle's views on science and metaphysics, and not enough time on ethics. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Trey Howard
Excellent book for begginers
Good initiation into Aristotle philosophy
The book was in excellent condition
I think it was a good purchase
super boring book
author way too repetitive in more than four chapters
has some interesting points, but how he writes it just makes me want to argue with him... Read more
Everything with my order for this book worked out as a positive experience from the excellent service. I was happy with the service provided.Published 11 months ago by Dr. Raymond A. Paul
I purchased this book for use in a philosophy class. It certainly made understanding Aristotle easier. A nice companion guide to Aristotle's original writings.Published 14 months ago by HowDoUKnowtheBibleIsInspiredandInerrant?
Mortimer Adler was one of the great "popularizers" of philosophy. In this work he put his talents to teaching the basic philosophical ideas from Aristotle. Read morePublished 15 months ago by bronx book nerd
Very clear exposition of main ideas from one of the creators of philosophy . Only negative is no real referencing which would make text more useful for academic audience . Read morePublished 17 months ago by James Donoghue