Aristotle on His Predecessors by A. E. Taylor (1920)


In “Aristotle on His Predecessors: Being the First Book of His Metaphysics” Aristotle critically examines the philosophical ideas and theories of earlier thinkers who have contributed to metaphysical inquiries. Aristotle explores concepts related to being, substance, and existence, setting the stage for his own metaphysical framework. As translated by the author from the 1910 text edition of W. Christ.

Paperback in good condition for its age. Some fraying to spine and edges but cover is intact. Interior pages are clean and free of any marks. No. 61 in the Religion of Philosophy Library series.

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