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APo

Posterior Analytics

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Cat.

Categories

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DA

De Anima

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DC

De Caelo

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DI

De Interpretatione

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EE

Eudemian Ethics

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EN

Nicomachean Ethics

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GA

Generation of Animals

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Gen. et Corr.

De Generatione et Corruptione

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HA

History of Animals

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IA

De Incessu Animalium

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Insomn.

De Insomnis

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MA

Movement of Animals

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Mem.

De Memoria et Reminiscentia

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Met.

Metaphysics

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Meteor.

Meteorologica

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PA

On the Parts of Animals

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Phys.

Physics

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PN

Parva Naturalia

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Poet.

Poetics

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Pol.

Politics

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  • Books I and II. Translated by Trevor Saunders. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1995.

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Resp.

De Respiratione

  • On Breath. Translated by W. S. Hett, in: Aristotle VIII (Loeb Classical Library), Cambridge, MA, 1957.

Rhet.

Rhetoric

  • – Translated by J. H. Freese, in: Aristotle XII (Loeb Classical Library), Cambridge, MA, 1926.

SE

On Sophistical Refutations

  • – Translated by E. S. Forster, in: Aristotle III (Loeb Classical Library), Cambridge, MA, 1955.

Sens.

Sense and Sensibilia

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Somn.

De Somno et Vigilia

  • On Sleep and Waking. Translated by W. S. Hett, in: Aristotle VIII (Loeb Classical Library), Cambridge, MA, 1957.

Top.

Topics

  • – Translated by Edward S. Forster, in: Aristotle II (Loeb Classical Library), Cambridge, MA, 1960.

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