1943 edition; Walter J. Black publishers, New York; hardbound in light green/tan boards with red and gilt decor on cover and spine; very good condition with unmarked pages; inside 1st page has embossed stamp; no dust jacket.
Providing newly revised translations of selections from Aristotle's most important works, five lectures consider widespread topics that affect everyday people, from the natural world to human nature.
The section, Metaphysics, was based on the translation of John Henry MacMahon. The section Parts of Animals was based on the translation of William Ogle. The translation of Nichmachean Ethics was based on the translation of James E. C. Welldon. The translation of the section on Politics was based on the translation of Benjamin Jowett. The section on Poetics was based on the translation of Samuel Henry Butcher.