References for Aristotle


  1. D M Baume, L Minio-Paluello, G E L Owen, L G Wilson, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Aristotle.aspx
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9108312/Aristotle

Books:

  1. J L Ackrill, Aristotle the philosopher (Oxford, 1981).
  2. D J Allan, The Philosophy of Aristotle (1978).
  3. H G Apostle, Aristotle's philosophy of mathematics (Chicago, 1952).
  4. J Barnes, Aristotle (Oxford, 1982).
  5. J Barnes, M Schofield and R Sorabji (eds.), Articles on Aristotle (4 vols.) (London, 1975-79).
  6. Z Bechler, Aristotle's theory of actuality (Albany, NY, 1995).
  7. J J Cleary, Aristotle on the many senses of priority (Carbondale, IL, 1988).
  8. Diogenes Laertius, Lives of eminent philosophers (New York, 1925).
  9. I Düring, Aristotle in the Ancient Biographical Tradition (Göteborg, 1957).
  10. F Grayeff, Aristotle and his school (London, 1974).
  11. W K C Guthrie, A history of Greek philosophy Volume 6, Aristotle : An encounter (Cambridge, 1981).
  12. T L Heath, Mathematics in Aristotle (Oxford, 1949).
  13. T L Heath, A history of Greek mathematics 1 (Oxford, 1931).
  14. W W Jaeger, Aristotle (Oxford, 1948).
  15. J Lear, Aristotle and logical theory (Cambridge-New York, 1980).
  16. J Lukasiewicz, Aristotle's Syllogistic from the Standpoint of Modern Formal Logic (1967).
  17. J P Lynch, Aristotle's school : A Study of a Greek Educational Institution (Berkeley, 1972).
  18. R Sorabji, Necessity, Cause, and Blame: Perspectives on Aristotle's Theory (1980).
  19. R Sorabji, Time, Creation, and the Continuum: Theories in Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (1983).
  20. H B Veatch, Aristotle, a contemporary appreciation (Bloomington, 1974).
  21. S Waterlow, Nature, Change, and Agency in Aristotle's 'Physics' (1982).
  22. J Wiesner (ed.), Aristoteles : Werk und Wirkung. Band 1. (Berlin-New York, 1985).
  23. J Wiesner (ed.), Aristoteles : Werk und Wirkung. Band 2. (Berlin-New York, 1987).

Articles:

  1. J Annas, Die Gegenstände der Mathematik bei Aristoteles, in Mathematik und Metaphysik bei Aristoteles (Bern, 1987), 131-147.
  2. A Back, Syllogisms with reduplication in Aristotle, Notre Dame J. Formal Logic 23 (4) (1982), 453-458.
  3. H Barreau, La physique du continu chez Aristote, sa réponse à Zénon, in Le labyrinthe du continu (Paris, 1992), 3-15.
  4. Z Bechler, Aristotle corrects Eudoxus, Centaurus 15 (2) (1970/71), 113-123.
  5. M Caveing, La proportionnalité des grandeurs dans la doctrine de la nature d'Aristote, Rev. Histoire Sci. 47 (2) (1994), 163-188.
  6. E Filloy, Geometry and the axiomatic method. III. The era of Plato and Aristotle (Spanish), Mat. Ense nanza 7-8 (1976), 39-63.
  7. G Fine, Forms as causes : Plato and Aristotle, in Mathematik und Metaphysik bei Aristoteles (Bern, 1987), 69-112.
  8. C La Greca and A Pisani, Two assertions of Aristotle (Italian), Atti Accad. Pontaniana (N.S.) 41 (1992), 219-243.
  9. J Hintikka, The varieties of being in Aristotle, in The logic of being (Dordrecht, 1986), 81-114.
  10. V P Hjutt, Aristotle's physical doctrine, and the Copernican revolution (Russian), Tartu Riikl. Ul. Toimetised Vih. 360 (1975), 29-40.
  11. E Hussey, Aristotle on mathematical objects, in On mathematics (Edmonton, AB, 1992), 105-133.
  12. C V Jones, The influence of Aristotle in the foundation of Euclid's 'Elements' (Spanish), Mathesis. Mathesis 3 (4) (1987), 375-387.
  13. W Knorr, Aristotle and incommensurability : some further reflections, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 24 (1) (1981), 1-9.
  14. T Krischer, Mathematische Unendlichkeit und Induktion bei Platon und Aristoteles, in Aristoteles : Werk und Wirkung Band 1 (Berlin-New York, 1985), 518-542.
  15. P K Machamer, Aristotle on natural place and natural motion, Isis 69 (248) (1978), 377-387.
  16. S Maracchia, Aristotle and incommensurability (Italian), Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 21 (3) (1979/80), 201-228.
  17. R D McKirahan, Aristotle's subordinate sciences, British J. Hist. Sci. 11 (39, 3) (1978), 197-220.
  18. M Mignucci, Aristotle's arithmetic, in Mathematik und Metaphysik bei Aristoteles (Bern, 1987), 175-211.
  19. I Mueller, On the notion of a mathematical starting point in Plato, Aristotle, and Euclid, in Science and philosophy in classical Greece (New York, 1991), 59-97.
  20. J D North, Finite and otherwise : Aristotle and some seventeenth century views, in Nature mathematized I (Dordrecht-Boston, Mass., 1983), 113-148.
  21. F J Pelletier, Sameness and referential opacity in Aristotle, Nous 13 (3) (1979), 283-311.
  22. A R Perreiah, Aristotle's axiomatic science : peripatetic notation or pedagogical plan?, Hist. Philos. Logic 14 (1) (1993), 87-99.
  23. T De Praetere, Thomas The demonstration by refutation of the principle of non-contradiction in Aristotle's 'Metaphysics', Book IV, Logique et Anal. (N.S.) 36 (143-144) (1993), 343-358.
  24. E Rudolph, Zum Verhältnis von Zeit und erstem Beweger bei Aristoteles, Philos. Natur. 20 (1) (1983), 96-107.
  25. B Russell, History of Western Philosophy (London, 1961), 173-217.
  26. V Sainati, Aristotle : From the 'Topics' to the 'Analytics' (Italian), Teoria (N.S.) 13 (2) (1993), 1-117.
  27. M Scanlan, On finding compactness in Aristotle, Hist. Philos. Logic 4 (1) (1983), 1-8.
  28. B H Slater, Aristotle's propositional logic, Philos. Stud. 36 (1) (1979), 35-49.
  29. R Smith, Predication and deduction in Aristotle : aspirations to completeness, Topoi 10 (1) (1991), 43-52.
  30. R Smith, Aristotle as proof theorist, Philos. Natur. 21 (2-4) (1984), 590-597.
  31. R Smith, The mathematical origins of Aristotle's syllogistic, Arch. Hist. Exact Sci. 19 (3) (1978/79), 201-209.
  32. T A Szlezak, Die Lückenhaftigkeit der akademischen Prinzipientheorien nach Aristoteles' Darstellung in 'Metaphysik' M und N, in Mathematik und Metaphysik bei Aristoteles (Bern, 1987), 45-67.
  33. R Thom, Mathématique et réalité : faut-il croire Aristote?, in Logik, Wissenschaftstheorie und Erkenntnistheorie (Vienna, 1987), 115-121.
  34. V Vita, Mathematical infinity in Aristotle and his time (Italian), Boll. Storia Sci. Mat. 6 (2) (1986), 109-132.
  35. V Vita, Two geometric loci in Aristotle's 'Meteorologica' (Italian), Boll. Storia Sci. Mat. 3 (1) (1983), 3-18.
  36. V Vita, On a geometric locus studied by Aristotle (Italian), Archimede 31 (3) (1979), 172-177.
  37. P G J Vredenduin, Aristotle's analysis of the continuum (Dutch), Euclides (Groningen) 36 (1960/1961), 1-6.
  38. M V Wedin, Negation and quantification in Aristotle, Hist. Philos. Logic 11 (2) (1990), 131-150.
  39. M J White, On continuity : Aristotle versus topology?, Hist. Philos. Logic 9 (1) (1988), 1-12.
  40. E T Whittaker, Aristotle, Newton, Einstein, Philos. Mag. (7) 34 (1943), 266-280.
  41. E T Whittaker, Aristotle, Newton, Einstein, Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh, Sect. A 61 (1942), 231-246.
  42. M Yrjönsuuri, Aristotle's 'Topics' and medieval obligational disputations, Synthese 96 (1) (1993), 59-82.

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