What is the soul? Aristotle cannot answer, except to say that there is no doubt that it exists: in that it is possible to feel, imagine and think, then there must be “something” that makes this possible.
Aristotle presents, and critically analyses, the doctrines of Presocratics and Plato. The soul, he says, is united with the body and thus makes the living being.
Aristotle’s text is preceded by a lengthy introduction presenting his work and giving a detailed explanation of his principal ideas. It is followed by a comprehensive bibliography and an index of the principal notions.
|Number of pages||330|
|Type of book||Poche|
|Date of publication||31/01/2018|
|Dimensions||10,9 x 17 cm|