After the Latin translation of Aristotelian works outside the logica vetus began in earnest in twelfth-century Spain, it remained to Scholastic philosophers to assimilate the new materials. Although many individuals commented on the logica nova and on some of Aristotles books on natural philosophy, Albert the Great is one of only a very few Scholastics to comment on the entire collection of Aristotles biological works.

Questions Concerning Aristotle's on Animals 2008, Catholic University of America Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780813215198

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