On Sophistical Refutations Audiobook, by Aristotle Play Audiobook Sample

On Sophistical Refutations Audiobook

On Sophistical Refutations Audiobook, by Aristotle Play Audiobook Sample
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Read By: George Easton Publisher: Interactive Media World Listen Time: at 1.0x Speed 1.33 hours at 1.5x Speed 1.00 hours at 2.0x Speed Release Date: April 2023 Format: Unabridged Audiobook ISBN: 9781787366596

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"On Sophistical Refutations" is a treatise by Aristotle that explores the nature of fallacious reasoning and how it can be identified and refuted. In this work, Aristotle presents a systematic approach to detecting and exposing errors in argumentation, particularly those that rely on equivocation or ambiguity in language. He examines a variety of sophistical arguments, including those based on language, form, and logical fallacies, and offers practical strategies for detecting and refuting them. Throughout the treatise, Aristotle emphasizes the importance of precise language and clear thinking in avoiding fallacies and arriving at sound conclusions. "On Sophistical Refutations" is a valuable resource for anyone interested in logic, rhetoric, or critical thinking, and has remained a seminal work in the field of philosophy for centuries. Read in English, unabridged.

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About Aristotle

Aristotle (384–322 BC) was a Greek philosopher, scientist, and physician. As a young man, he became a student under Plato in Athens. In 342, he became the tutor of young Alexander the Great in Macedonia. After that, Aristotle returned to Athens to establish his own school and research institute, the Lyceum. His writings have profoundly affected the whole course of philosophy, from ancient times to the present.