"Aristotle on the Common Sense is a learned, lucidly written, and compellingly argued treatment of its subject, one that surveys and helpfully synthesizes the immense ancient and modern literature on the topic. It also proposes some novel solutions to a number of long-standing textual and interpretive problems.... Aristotle on the Common Sense is a painstakingly researched and carefully argued work. Students should begin their work on this issue here and experts should attend to it, as an undeniably original and important contribution to the scholarly conversation on this subject."--Sean D. Kirkland, Ancient Philosophy
About the Author
Paul Gregoric is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.