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Title: Meta-logic in Aristotle's Epistemology
Authors: Crager, Adam David
Advisors: Morison, Benjamin
Lorenz, Hendrik
Contributors: Philosophy Department
Keywords: Aristotle
Subjects: Philosophy
Classical studies
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Princeton University
Abstract: Aristotle's Analytics (Prior and Posterior) is a single work. Its unifying topic is episteme. And its central aim is to elaborate and defend a view on which episteme is achieved through a certain kind of logos---a demonstrative-proof [apodeixis]. This dissertation studies Aristotle's use of logic in working through a debate over the nature and possibility of episteme rehearsed in Posterior Analytics I.3. In addition to I.3, the main texts discussed are Posterior Analytics I.19-23, and Prior Analytics II.5-7, II.14.
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Type of Material: Academic dissertations (Ph.D.)
Language: en
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