Monthly Archives: March 2009

Reminder: your assignment for April 7 – one piece of logic

Folks,Quick reminder – you have an assignment for April 7 – polish up and understand well one piece of logic from the Organon that you can present to the whole group.OK?Thanks!Phil Continue reading

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Aristotle – Categoriae, De Interpretatione, Analytica Priora, Analytics Posteriora (pt. 1)

Here’s the audio recording for the Aristotle call discussing Categoriae, De Interpretatione, Analytica Priora, Analytics Posteriora (pt. 1) from 3/24. Listen online or download the mp3 file and listen to it as a podcast on your iPod.Download Categ… Continue reading

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Not Just a Book, But a CD, Too

Hello there, reading friends,Could not help but share this musical version of our reading odyssey hatched in my geographical neck of the woods (Central Texas).http://www.athensvsparta.com/wordpress/Cheers,Valerie Continue reading

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Short Assignment for April 7th – Aristotle

Bill, Pat, Jill, Lisa, Jenn, Stephen, Kendall, Bill and Adam,Great call on the first three books of Aristotle’s Organon – that was some hard reading and I thought we created a *good* conversation.We agreed that for the next call – which is April 7… Continue reading

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Thucydides Book 4 Study Questions

Dear All,You may find by now that Book 4 is significantly different from the narratives of the previous three books. Thucydides focuses more closely on three main arenas that were previously introduced in our earlier readings. It is an exciting bo… Continue reading

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Aristotle Reading and Call for 3/24

On Mar 2, 2009, at 11:49 PM, Lisa Quiñones wrote:Hi there,I want to confirm what the reading is for the March Aristotle call.The initial list says Categoriae, De Interpretatione, Analytica Priora, Analytics Posterioria. Is that still correct? I se… Continue reading

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