by Ron Kurtus (revised 1 May 2010)
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Resources and references
Philosophy of Aristotle - Good overview of Aristotle's ideas from the University of Tennessee-Martin
Aristotle - Short biography of Aristotle's life and ideas from the University of California-Berkeley Museum of Paleontology
Aristotle - Biography with numerous references from St. Andrews School of Mathematics in the United Kingdom
The Basic Works of Aristotle by Aristotle, edited by Richard McKeon; Princeton Review (2001) $19.95 - This definitive translation has been considered the best available one-volume book on Aristotle and includes selections from his greatest writings.
The Cambridge Companion to Aristotle by Jonathan Barnes (Editor); Cambridge University Press (1995) $27.00 - A clear exposition of the central philosophical concerns in Aristotle's work, without editorial interpretation.
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