By A. P. Bos, Rein Ferwerda
Not like what's usually concept, the paintings "De spiritu" is totally Aristotelian. It presents an crucial a part of Aristotle's philosophy of dwelling nature. during this paintings he's the 1st Greek to argue that the main primary very important precept.
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