Il n’est pas une branche du savoir de son temps qu’Aristote n’ait étudiée : de los angeles logique à l. a. rhétorique en passant par los angeles dialectique, de l. a. body et l. a. chimie à l. a. cosmologie, de l. a. métaphysique et los angeles théologie aux mathématiques, de los angeles politique et l’éthique à los angeles psychologie, sans oublier le très very important corpus biologique et le recueil des différentes constitutions qu’il avait compilées avec ses élèves.
On redécouvre aujourd’hui l’importance du « maître de ceux qui savent » tant pour l’Occident chrétien que pour l’Orient islamique, et l’on trouve un fondement aristotélicien à presque toutes nos sciences dites « humaines ».
Cette édition comprend los angeles totalité des œuvres authentiques d’Aristote, ainsi que los angeles traduction inédite en français des Fragments. Elle comporte en outre une creation générale, des notices de présentation pour chaque groupe de traités, un index des notions et un index des philosophes, qui permettent à tous, néophytes ou familiers, de redécouvrir Aristote.
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The fundamental axiomatic problem is essentially a problem of method. The critical-teleological method, in accordance with its novel aim of establishing not factualities or statements of experience as such, but what is prior to all experiences as their 6 Windelband, Priiludien, Vol. II, p. 131. § 9. Methodological Function of Material Pregivenness 33 conditions of possibility, as a necessary ought to-be in its ideal validity, emerged as a new kind of method in contrast to the modes of grounding in any particular science.
When empirical elements come into play, elements that are not primordial-scientific, does not this involve a fundamental deformation of method from the very beginning? Everything depends on whether the preliminary function of empirically giving material leaves the teleological evaluation as such untouched and uncontaminated. Does this function extend beyond its proper sense of providing material for evaluative  judgement? Apparently not. The material is simply given. Teleological value-judgement is built independently upon material which is taken simply as its support.
Just as little can axioms be indirectly derived from facts, for they are already presupposed for the conception of a fact as fact (its subordination under universal concepts), as also for the methodological process of induction. That we are once again confronted by this frequently mentioned difficulty, characteristic of the task of grounding the origin and inception, is a sign that we are operating in the sphere of primordial science. Indeed,  apparently without noticing it, and after various unsuccessful attempts, we have arrived at the primordial science from the individual sciences.
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