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A dissertation on the philosophy of Aristotle 1 edition

A dissertation on the philosophy of Aristotle
Taylor, Thomas

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A dissertation on the philosophy of Aristotle
in four books : in which his principal physical and metaphysical dogmas are unfolded, and it is shown, from indubitable evidence, that his philosophy has not been accurately known since the destruction of the Greeks : the insufficiency also of the philosophy that has been substituted by the moderns for that of Aristotle, is demonstrated
by Thomas Taylor ...

Published 1812 by Printed for the author ..., by Robert Wilks ... London; sold by White, Cochrane ...; and Black, Parry ... in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Pages 581-583 numbered 575-577.

Also issued as v. 10 of Taylor's ed. of The works of Aristotle (1806-1812). Cf. Schwab, Moise. Bibl. d'Aristote, no. 417; Lowndes.

Includes bibliographical references.

Fisher Walsh copy: A different issue of the same edition. With the armorial bookplate of Sir Richard Vyvyan, Bt. [Franks, 30456]. With the book label of Oscar J. Arkles, November, 1953.

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xxviii, 577 (i.e. 583) p.
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