The Works of Aristotle

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Volumes of the Works of Aristotle
Vol. Published Contents OCLC
1(External scan) 1928 The Organon
OCLC 59412930all editions
2(External scan) 1930 Physics OCLC 59314294all editions
3(External scan)(External scan) 1931; (1908 PN) Physics, cont.
OCLC 59707246all editions
OCLC 30642049all editions
4(External scan)(External scan)(External scan) 1910 Physics, cont. OCLC 59707249all editions
5(External scan)(External scan) 1912 Physics, cont. OCLC 59707251all editions
6(External scan)(External scan)(External scan) 1913 Physics, cont.
OCLC 59707271all editions
7(External scan)(External scan) 1927 Physics, cont. OCLC 59707254all editions
8(External scan) 1908 (2nd ed., 1928) Metaphysics (Metaphysica), translated by W. D. Ross (1877–1971) OCLC 1004092all editions
9(External scan)(External scan) 1915 (MM, EE, VV); 1925 (NE) Ethics and Politics OCLC 78242488all editions
OCLC 16244437all editions
OCLC 38708682all editions
10(External scan)(External scan)(External scan) 1921 Ethics and Politics, cont. OCLC 59707257all editions
11(External scan)(External scan)(External scan) 1924; Poetics w/o notes, 1909. Aesthetics OCLC 59394881all editions
12(External scan)(External scan)(External scan) 1952 Select Fragments, by W. D. Ross (1877–1971)

Dialogues

  • Gryllus, or On Rhetoric
  • Symposium
  • Sophistes
  • Eudemus, or On Soul
  • Nerinthus
  • Eroticus
  • Protrepticus
  • On Wealth
  • On Prayer
  • On Good Birth
  • On Pleasure
  • On Education
  • On Kingship
  • Alexander
  • Politicus
  • On Poets
  • On Philosophy
  • On Justice

Logical Works

  • On Problems
  • Divisions
  • Dissertations
  • Categories
  • On Contraries

Philosophical Works

  • On the Good
  • On Ideas
  • On the Pythagoreans
  • On the Philosophy of Archytas
  • On Democritus
OCLC 24784079all editions

Works marked ** are widely considered spurious.
Works marked * are disputed.

  • While the "Athenian Constitution" is not considered to be written by Aristotle, it is considered to be closely associated with his school.