Pseudo-Aristotle - Philosophy and Science

Pseudo-Aristotle is a general cognomen for authors of philosophical or medical treatises who attributed their work to the Greek philosopher Aristotle, or whose work was later attributed to him by others.
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Mechanics Mechanica Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
On Breath De Spiritu Click for Translation (Look at the Second Part of the Book) Click for the Original Text 
On Colors De Coloribus Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
On Indivisible Lines De Lineis Insecabilibus Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
On Marvellous Things Heard De Mirabilibus Auscultationibus Click for Translation Click for the Original Text 
On Melissus, Xenophanes, and Gorgias De Xenophane Zenone et Gorgia Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
On Plants De Plantis Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
On the Universe / On the Cosmos De Mundo Click for Translation Click for the Original Text 
On Things Heard De Audibilibus Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
On Virtues and Vices De Virtutibus et Vitiis Libellus Click for Translation Click for the Original Text 
Physiognomonics Physiognomonica Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
The Situations and Names of Winds Ventorum Situs Click for Translation (Search for the Latin Title) Click for the Original Text 
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