Aristotle: Complete Works

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The Revised Oxford Translation of The Complete Works of Aristotle.
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The text of Aristotle: The Complete Works is The Revised Oxford Translation of The Complete Works of Aristotle, edited by Jonathan Barnes, and published by Princeton University Press in 1984. The reference line of each paragraph of the database contains the page number of the first line of the paragraph in the Barnes edition. Each reference line also contains the approximate Bekker number range of the paragraph if the work in question was included in the Bekker edition.
V. 1. Categories -- De interpretatione -- Prior analytics -- Posterior analytics -- Topics -- Sophistical refutations -- Physics -- On the heavens -- On generation and corruption -- Meteorology -- On the universe -- On the soul -- Sense and sensibilia -- On memory -- On sleep -- On dreams -- On divination in sleep -- On length and shortness of life -- On youth, old age, life and death, and respiration -- On breath -- History of animals -- Parts of animals -- Movement of animals -- Progression of animals -- Generation of animals -- On colours -- On things heard -- Physiognomonics -- V. 2. On plants -- On marvellous things heard -- Mechanics -- Problems -- On indivisible lines -- The situations and names of winds -- On Mesissus, Xenophanes, and Gorgias -- Metaphysics -- Nicomachean ethics -- Magna moralia -- Eudemian ethics -- On virtues and vices -- Politics -- Economics -- Rhetoric -- Rhetoric to Alexander -- Poetics -- Constitution of Athens -- Fragments
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