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Aristotle: Sense and Sensibilia

Sense and Sensibilia or On Sense and the Sensible (Greek: Περὶ αἰσθήσεως καὶ αἰσθητῶν, Latin: De sensu et sensibilibus) is one of Aristotle's short treatises on nature, the Parva Naturalia.

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Free online texts

Internet Archive: The Works of Aristotle, Vol III, translated under the editorship of W.D. Ross (1910). Parva Naturalia translated by J.I. Beare and G.R.T. Ross. Multiple formats.

Internet Archive: Aristotle's Psychology: A Treatise on the Principle of Life (De Anima and Parva Naturalia), translated by W.A. Hammond (1902). Multiple formats.

Internet Classics Archive: On Sense and the Sensible, translated by J.I. Beare. HTML and TXT formats.

University of Adelaide (Internet Archive): On Sense and the Sensible, translated by J.I. Beare. Multiple formats.

Wikisource: Περί αισθήσεως και αισθητών - Greek text. On Sense and the Sensible - English translation by J. I. Beare. Multiple formats.

Other Resources

History of Philosophy without any gaps: Classified Information: Aristotle's Biology - podcast by philosopher Peter Adamson.

Librivox: Parva Naturalia - public domain audiobook.

Philpapers: On Sense and the Sensible - Academic bibliography.

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: Aristotle's Biology, by James Lennox.

Wikipedia: Sense and Sensibilia: (Aristotle).

The Great Conversation: Further reading at Tom's Learning Notes

Aristotle: On the Soul.

Ancient Greek resources: Learn to read Greek classics in the original.

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