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Prior Analytics

Gelesen von Geoffrey Edwards

(4,55 Sterne; 10 Bewertungen)

Prior Analytics is the third of Aristotle's six texts on logic which are collectively known as the Organon ("Instrument"). In Prior Analytics Aristotle conducts a formal study of arguments. In logic an argument is a series of true or false statements which lead to a true or false conclusion. Aristotle identifies valid and invalid forms of arguments called syllogisms. A syllogism is an argument consisting of three sentences: two premises and a conclusion. Of the entire Aristotelian corpus, Aristotle gives priority to the study of his treatises on Logic. (Adapted from Wikipedia) (7 hr 48 min)

Chapters

Chapters 1-3 of Book I

13:22

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Chapters 4-5 of Book I

29:27

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Chapters 6-10 of Book I

33:20

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Chapters 11-14 of Book I

27:26

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Chapters 15-16 of Book I

34:08

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Chapters 17-20 of Book I

32:44

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Chapters 21-25 of Book I

27:55

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Chapters 26-30 of Book I

29:45

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Chapters 31-37 of Book I

22:14

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Chapters 38-46 of Book I

36:52

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Chapters 1-2 of Book II

27:55

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Chapters 3-4 of Book II

25:19

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Chapters 5-9 of Book II

27:10

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Chapters 10-14 of Book II

28:53

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Chapters 15-19 of Book II

25:10

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Chapters 20-24 of Book II

27:52

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Chapters 25-27 of Book II

18:53

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Bewertungen

Smooth

(5 Sterne)

I liked how the reader was consistent throughout the text so that I could keep pace. Also great to sleep through and reprogram my brain.

great narrator

(5 Sterne)

This is probably the most challenging audio book I've ever imagined reading. The narrator has an excellent control over his tonality and makes it possible to understand what would otherwise be very difficult material to hear on audio. I hope he narrates more difficult philosophical texts!