Editions of Aristotle's works now available

January 23, 2020

Over 50 scholarly editions of Aristotle’s works are now available online, including:

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Reading Aristotle's works is made easier through using Oxford Scholarly Editions Online. You can read texts and translations of all Aristotle’s major works side by side, along with fully integrated Bekker numbers which allow you to easily navigate to specific lines.

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Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics

Christopher Rowe and Sarah Broadie (eds), Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics

“Every sort of expert knowledge and every inquiry, and similarly every action and undertaking, seems to seek some good.”
Oxford World's Classics: Aristotle: Poetics

Anthony Kenny (ed.), Oxford World's Classics: Aristotle: Poetics

“What is poetry, how many kinds of it are there, and what are their specific effects?” Aristotle discusses the various kinds of poetry.

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