The Peripatetic Method - Walking with Woodbridge, Thinking with Aristotle
Drawing on the poetry of Wallace Stevens and the remarkable series of lectures Frederick J. E. Woodbridge gave at Union College in 1930 entitled, simply, “The Philosophy of Aristotle,” but published under the title Aristotle’s Vision of Nature, this paper identifies the path of Aristotle’s thinking, its method, as a “peripatetic legomenology.” It is a legomenology because it attends carefully to the manner in which things are said (ta legomena), and peripatetic because it follows the things said as a way into the nature of things.
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|Work Title||The Peripatetic Method - Walking with Woodbridge, Thinking with Aristotle|
|License||Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 United States|
|Work Type||Part Of Book|
|Deposited||March 13, 2014|
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