The Aristotelian Conception of the Sciences. Owens, J. International Philosophical Quarterly, 4(2):200–216, 1981.
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Owens reevaluates the model of Aristotelian Science, in particiluar: 1) the universal as object of scientific knowledge, 2) Logic not a science, 3) Theoretical and Practical Sciences distinguished, 4) Mathematics, 5) Metaphysics, 6) Natural Philosophy, 7) The sterility of the peripatetic division (= the tradition neglected to mathematize nature), 8) General Aristotelian Schema and Modern Science
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	title = {The {Aristotelian} {Conception} of the {Sciences}},
	volume = {4},
	shorttitle = {The {Aristotelian} {Conception} of the {Sciences}},
	abstract = {Owens reevaluates the model of Aristotelian Science, in particiluar: 1) the universal as object of scientific knowledge, 2) Logic not a science, 3) Theoretical and Practical Sciences distinguished, 4) Mathematics, 5) Metaphysics, 6) Natural Philosophy, 7) The sterility of the peripatetic division (= the tradition neglected to mathematize nature), 8) General Aristotelian Schema and Modern Science},
	number = {2},
	journal = {International Philosophical Quarterly},
	author = {Owens, J.},
	year = {1981},
	keywords = {ABSTRACTION, ARISTOTLE, DEMONSTRATION, EXPLANATION, LOGIC, MATHEMATICS, MATHEMATIZATION, SCIENTIFIC MODEL, UNIVERSALS},
	pages = {200--216}
}
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