— PHIL 362 (3)
Provides a sustained treatment of a significant treatise of Aristotle. Begins with an overview of important themes, problems, and distinctions across the Aristotelian corpus. Offers a close and philosophically critical reading of a treatise, paying special attention to how its structure, style, and arguments contribute to its overall aims. Prerequisites: PHIL 101, 102, and 201.
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