Book Volume 6 2004

Analyses of Aristotle


ISBN: 978-1-4020-2040-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-2041-4 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-22

    On Aristotle’s Notion of Existence

  3. Chapter

    Pages 23-43

    Semantical Games, the Alleged Ambiguity of “Is”, and Aristotelian Categories

  4. Chapter

    Pages 45-75

    Aristotle’s Theory of Thinking and Its Consequences for His Methodology

  5. Chapter

    Pages 77-85

    On the Role of Modality in Aristotle’s Metaphysics

  6. Chapter

    Pages 87-99

    On the Ingredients of An Aristotelian Science

  7. Chapter

    Pages 101-109

    Aristotelian Axiomatics and Geometrical Axiomotics

  8. Chapter

    Pages 111-125

    Aristotelian Induction

  9. Chapter

    Pages 127-138

    Aristotelian Explanations

  10. Chapter

    Pages 139-152

    Aristotle’s Incontinent Logician

  11. Chapter

    Pages 153-174

    On the Development of Aristotle’s Ideas of Scientific Method and the Structure of Science

  12. Chapter

    Pages 175-182

    What Was Aristotle Doing in His Early Logic, Anyway? A Reply to Woods and Hansen

  13. Chapter

    Pages 183-192

    Concepts of Scientific Method from Aristotle to Newton

  14. Chapter

    Pages 193-218

    The Fallacy of Fallacies

  15. Chapter

    Pages 219-238

    Socratic Questioning, Logic and Rhetoric