Aristotle . DE ANIMA
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THE
WORKS OF ARISTOTLE
TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH
UNDER THE EDITORSHIP
OF
W.D. ROSS, M.A., HON. LL.D. (EDIN.)
FELLOW OF ORIEL COLLEGE
HOONORY FELLOW OF MERTON COLLEGE
FELLOW OF THE BRITISH ACADEMY
VOLUME III
METEOROLOGICA
BY E.W. WEBSTER
DE MUNDO
BY E.S. FORSTER
DE ANIMA
BY J.A. SMITH
PARVA NATURALIA
BY J.I. BEARE AND G.R.T. ROSS
DE SPIRITU
BY J.F. DOBSON



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1928



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   DE ANIMA
BY
J.A. SMITH, M.A., HON. LL.D. (EDIN.)
WAYNFLETE PROFESSOR OF MORAL AND METAPHYSICAL PHILOSOPHY
FELLOW OF MAGDALEN COLLEGE
HONORARY FELLOW OF BALLIOL COLLEGE

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CONTENTS


BOOK I


1. The dignity, usefulness, and difficulty of Psychology.

2. The opinions of early thinkers about the soul.

3. Refutation of the view which assigns movement to the soul.

4. The soul not a harmony.
The soul not moved with non-local movement.

5. The soul not composed of elements.
The soul not present in all things.
The unity of the soul.


BOOK II


1. First definition of soul.

2. Second definition of soul.

3. The faculties of the soul.

4. The nutritive faculty.

5. Sense-perception.

6. The different kinds of sensible object.

7. Sight and its object.

8. Hearing and its object.

9. Smell and its object.

10. Taste and its object.

11. Touch and its object.

12. General characteristics of the external senses.


BOOK III


1-2. The number of the external senses.

2. Common sense.

3. Thinking, perceiving, and imagining distinguished.
Imagination.

4. Passive mind.

5. Active mind.

6. The double operation of mind.

7. The practical mind, and the difference between it and the contemplative.

8. Comparison of mind with sense and with imagination.

9. Problems about the motive faculty.

10,11. The cause of the movement of living things.

12,13. The mutual relations of the faculties of soul, and their fitness for the conditions of life.





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