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The book is comprehensive, touching on all the topics in Aristotle's theoretical and practical thinking.
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.
This is a good overview. It's an excellent introduction if you aren't familiar with Aristotle's work, and it's probably a good guide if you decide to actually dive into reading... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason D. Sands
This very short book, Mr. Adler seeks to summarize the main points of Aristotle's philosophy. I decided I needed this book after trying to read some 21st century scholastics. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian D. Babiak
Writing a comprehensive and concise summary of Aristotle's ideas is a difficult task, especially if the author wishes it to be accessible not only to the average reader but also to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joseph M. Reninger
I started but have not yet finished but the first two chapters were well written and easily understandable could be taught.Published 8 months 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 9 months ago by Trey Howard