Introduction; Part I. Questions: 1. Objectives; 2. Problems; 3. Solutions; Part II. Angles: 4. Affinities; 5. Measures; Part III. Proposals: 6. Sensibility; 7. Intelligibility; 8. Intelligence; Conclusion.
This innovative new reading of Aristotle's De Anima sheds new light on a most important and difficult ancient philosophical text.
Sean Kelsey is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. His work has appeared in Ancient Philosophy, Apeiron, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Phronesis and several edited volumes.
'Sean Kelsey asks important questions about Aristotle's views on the fit between the mind or soul and the world. How are humans knowers and perceivers? How is the world knowable and perceivable? The proposed answers shed new light on the De Anima and on the methods Aristotle uses to pursue these questions.' James Warren, University of Cambridge