Series | History of Ancient Western Philosophy, Pt. 15

Aristotle, On “Understanding Understanding Understanding.”

Cosmology & Theology in the Metaphysics

“Aristoteles” (1811) by Francesco Hayez (Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons)

Welcome to Part 15 of the series!

Here we’ll be taking a look at Aristotle’s cosmology, which — because he was a good pagan —could just a readily be called…

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Father, husband, son, brother, philosopher, life-long student. Professional site at: https://www.christopher-c-kirby.com/

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