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Aristotle for Everybody Hardcover – 1 Nov 1991


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HASH(0x8b6f5ab0) out of 5 stars Geared to the Young Reader 17 Mar. 2006
By Reader From Aurora - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Aristotle for Everybody is a brief introduction to Aristotle aimed at the young reader. Its target audience is probably the inquisitive student in the 12-14 range who is seeking an overview of Aristotelian thought.

I accidentally picked up this book after glancing at a couple of the reviews on this site. I was about to re-read some Aristotle and was seeking to re-acquaint myself with his particular style and language. This is definitely not the book for this purpose.

Adler's text is clearly geared to the young reader who has not been introduced to philosophy. I do not mean this to be disrespectful but to help oher readers avoid by mistake. Adler, himself notes in the introduction that his initial thought was to title the work Aristotle for Children. Indeed for the young reader this may not be an inappropriate mechanism for introducing Aristotle.
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HASH(0x8b6f5b04) out of 5 stars Deciphering the undecipherable 16 April 2002
By E. Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
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Here is a book that is an excellent companion to any introductory philosophy course, to help the student untangle the elliptical arguments of the venerable Aristotle. The author explains in plain English, with concrete everyday examples, some of Aristotle's basic concepts. Read this book first and then tackle Aristotle. This book also makes for good reading on its own.
HASH(0x8be0dd38) out of 5 stars "Difficult Thought Made Easy" 8 Mar. 2011
By PMacLady - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
The title says it all--want to understand philosophy better? This book explains Aristotle so that even middle schoolers will get the drift.
HASH(0x8b6f5d8c) out of 5 stars Ancient Wisdom for the Modern Man 3 July 2015
By Chicago Pete - Published on Amazon.com
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Deep thought gone mainstream. Well explained and pertinent for a lifetime of decisions.
HASH(0x8b6f5bc4) out of 5 stars Five Stars 20 Aug. 2015
By shawn - Published on Amazon.com
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I use this as a teaching tool for young children.
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