Aristoteles: Metaphysik (vollständige Ausgabe) (German by Aristoteles, Adolf Lasson

By Aristoteles, Adolf Lasson

Die Metaphysik umfasst eine Sammlung von Aristoteles‘ Einzeluntersuchungen, die erst von einem späteren Herausgeber zusammengestellt worden ist. Aristoteles spricht in der Metaphysik von einer allen anderen Wissenschaften vorgeordneten Wissenschaft, die er Erste Philosophie, Weisheit (sophia) oder auch Theologie nennt.
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Phaed. 100 d. B. übersetzt hinter (arithm6s) ein von ihm im Text vermißtes (haplßs), vgl. Komm. S. 120. Die eingeklammerten Worte sind nach Zeller eine auszuscheidende Paraphrase der vorhergehenden. [Anders Jaeger; vgl. Ross o. c. ] 1 2 J6 JO 992. 5 ERSTES BUCH • 9 992. a sich nicht begründen, noch konsequent denken. ) Ferner ist es notwendig, eine davon verschiedene Art von Zahlen zu konstruieren, welche Gegenstand der Arithmetik sei, und so alles das, was einige als zwischen inne liegend bezeiChnen.

3· Antithese. Warum Wesenheit und Axiome (axidmata) nicht verschiedenen Wissenschaften angehören können. - III. Aporie: 1. - 2. These. Sie gehören nicht m11hreren an. - 3· Antithese. - IV. Fünfte Aporie: 1. Geht die Untersuchung nur auf die Wesenheit oder auch auf die Akzidenzen (symbebek6ta) 7- 2. - V. Vierte Aporie: 1. - 2. Die Platoniker setzen zu Unrecht die unsinnlichen Wesenheiten der Ideen (eide) und des Mittleren (metaxy) (a, b). 3· Es gibt keine Wissenschaft dieser unsinnlichen Wesenheiten.

These. Vier Beispiele für die ersten Bestandteile als Elemente und Prinzipien. - 3· Antithese. - VII. Aporie: 1. Wenn die Gattungen Prinzipien sind, soll man dann die ersten Gattungen für Prinzipien ansehen oder die zuletzt von den Individuen (atomoi) ausgesagten (kategoroumena)?. - 2. These. Die letzten, von den Individuen ausgesagten Gattungen scheinen Prinzipien zu sein (a, b). - 3· Antithese. Das Prinzip muß außerhalb der Dinge (para ta pragmata) und abgetrennt von ihnen (chörizomene) existieren können.

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