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Aristotle:
His Life and School
Carlo Natali
Edited by D. S. Hutchinson

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ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"This is the best account of Aristotle's life in print. Carlo Natali has given us a critical biography at once truly authoritative and highly accessible--a rare achievement. At the same time, his lucid and compelling narrative offers a distinctive view of the raison d'être of Aristotle's school. There is nothing else of anything like the same stature in English that one could recommend either to students or scholars--and this book will appeal to both."--Malcolm Schofield, professor emeritus, University of Cambridge

"Very well conceived and finely executed, this is a first-rate book about Aristotle not just as a collection of texts but as a living, breathing historical figure working in a particular context. It is eye-opening, thoughtful, deft, eminently sensible, and accessible. By placing familiar things in surprising new contexts, Carlo Natali invariably manages to put new spins on old themes."--John P. Lynch, professor emeritus, University of California, Santa Cruz

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