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The Lagoon

The Lagoon

Armand Marie Leroi

Aristotle is known by many as a philosopher as the author of the Poetics and Politics and founder of formal logic. Few know that he was also a biologist, the first and one of the most influential of all time. Travelling to a Greek island he lived there and studied its animals. He observed their behaviours, dissected their bodies and wrote about how they live, feed and breed. He developed an entire science. This book is not only about what Aristotle did, but also about how, two thousand years later, his thought still permeates modern science. 501 pages.

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