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Aristotle's Anthropology

by Paperback / softback , 305 pages
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Cambridge University Press 
21/01/2021 
United Kingdom 

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Focusing specifically on Aristotle's anthropological philosophy, the book discusses the meaning of Aristotle's anthropological statements, their interrelations and their significance for exploring similarities and differences between human and non-human animals. It will interest those working on ancient and contemporary philosophical anthropology.

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