1 Numbers in parentheses are page references to the book indicating volume and page number.
2 Ostensibly this too is a book review. Some highlights: ‘When Strauss comes near an abstract argument […] he passes by without stopping to examine its logic […] There is much talk in Straussian writings about the nature of ‘the philosopher’ but no sign of any knowledge, from the inside, of what it is to be actively involved in philosophy […] Exegesis is Strauss's substitute for argument.' (2: 294–5).
3 For instance, ‘Is an Aristotelian Philosophy of Mind Still Credible? (A Draft)’ and ‘How Much Happens when Aristotle Sees Red and Hears Middle C? Remarks on De anima 2.7-8’, both published in NussbaumM. and RortyA.O. (eds), Essays on Aristotle's De Anima (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995). Ideally, influential and widely circulated unpublished papers, such as ‘Carneades was no Probabilist’ or some of Burnyeat's writings on Aristotle's Metaphysics, might also have been included.
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