Summary: This book is a coherent, cohesive exposition of the methods, intentions and teachings of the only universally acknowledged, founding member of the fraternity whose other members Socrates, Plato and Aristotle formed the foundation of western thinking. Considered impenetrable for more than 2,500 years, his words offer new insights into the nature of knowledge, understanding, cognition and much more.
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Top-level Genre: Nonfiction
Sub-genre(s): Philosophy, Politics, Social Sciences