Aristotle. Analyst. Policy. Rhetoric
The series "the Library of liberal arts"
Cover handmade genuine leather (nubuck)
Format 168х260 mm
Is printed by individual order
Paper Olin Regular (France)
The endpapers are decorated with marble paper
"Father I have only life, teacher life, worthy of man" — spoke of his tutor the celebrated military leader Alexander the great. Hardly in the history of a person who would have such a lasting effect on the world as Aristotle. More than two millennia, science was based on the writings of the Greek philosopher, of whom survived only a quarter. But it was enough to lay the foundations of logic, the theory of poetry, scientific rhetoric, grammar, to make discoveries in the field of Zoology and comparative anatomy, and even pre-empt Darwin's theory. Likey was Aristotle's "Institute for advanced studies" that time and became the prototype of the modern University.
The edition contains works that reflect different facets of a gifted philosopher. "Intelligence" is a doctrine about logic, which is the tool for any science. In his treatise "Politics" Aristotle comes to the conclusion that the best form of government would be dominated by the virtue and legitimacy, and this is possible in any form. "Rhetoric" is dedicated to the art of persuasion based on the evidence.