Aristotle's Universe: A Primer on Aristotle Paperback – 15 Aug 2011
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About the Author
Dr Neel Burton is a philosopher and psychiatrist and prize-winning author who lives and teaches in Oxford, England. His other books include Plato's Shadow, The Art of Failure, and The Meaning of Madness, all also with Acheron Press.
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2 October 2016
This book is a compendium of all of Aristotle's work. Dr Burton makes the often heavy and difficult works of The Master a pure pleasure to read. Aristotle's Universe is concise, direct, and easy to follow: very useful if, like me, you are studying philosophy at university. The various books that make up each one of Aristotle's works are clearly signposted, making it easy to trace the argument from point to point. The sometimes technical and longwinded language is simplified and reduced to its essence, leaving nothing but the bare meaning, and power. Highly recommended.