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A Gumberg Library research guide

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Aristotle from Raphael's "School of Athens." Wikimedia Commons

According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, "Aristotle’s works shaped centuries of philosophy from Late Antiquity through the Renaissance, and even today continue to be studied with keen, non-antiquarian interest." Use this guide to learn more about this important thinker's works, life, and reasons for continuing influence.


Aristotle, from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy

Aristotle, from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy

EBooks in the list below may be accessed off-campus, but you will need to enter you Multipass information when you click on a title.

All of these resources can be accessed from off-campus, but you will need to enter your Multipass username and password when you click on a link below.

Databases

Internet

Bekker Edition of Aristotle's Works, 1831-1870

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Works of Aristotle, translated under the editorship of W. D. Ross (Oxford University Press)

 Vol. 1   Vol. 2   Vol. 3   Vol. 4   Vol. 5   Vol. 6   Vol. 7   Vol. 8   Vol. 9   Vol. 10   Vol. 11   Vol. 12

Need Help?

If at any time you need help with using Gumberg Library resources, please contact Ted Bergfelt, Humanities Librarian, via email or by phone at 412-426-5430, 8:30 am-4:30 pm ET, Monday-Friday. If he is not available, Ask Gumberg