Aristotle and the Science of Nature: Unity without Uniformity

Aristotle and the Science of Nature: Unity without Uniformity

Andrea Falcon


Aristotelian students have argued that he looked the wildlife, and its research, as owning a different constitution. This booklet examines Aristotle's philosophy of nature during this mild. Claiming that the wildlife shows solidarity with no uniformity, it demonstrates that even if he systematically investigated nature, Aristotle by no means forgot to acknowledge the constraints of normal technology. Arguing that his declare ended in the conviction that the heavens are made from a distinct physique, Andrea Falcon's e-book is vital examining for all scholars of Aristotle's philosophy of nature.

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