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Physics I.5

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Chapter 5 has three main parts: 188a19-30 picks up on part of what was said in chapter 4–that Aristotle’s predecessors in one way or another made opposites principles; 188a30-b26 considers the idea that opposites are principles ἐπὶ τοῦ λόγου; 188b26-189a10 returns to the subject of Aristotle’s predecessors. It is important to bear in mind that ch. 4 did not ascribe to these predecessors the view that opposites are the only principles (see 187a12-26). As we shall see, this will be especially r...

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Oxford, HUMS, Philosophy Faculty
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130-153
Host title:
Aristotle’s Physics I: A systematic exploration
Publication date:
2017-12-01
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2016-11-03
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