Aristotle's "On Life and Death" is a work that explores the concepts of life and death from a philosophical perspective. In this work, Aristotle seeks to understand what life and death are, and why they exist. He also delves into the nature of human beings and how they relate to these two concepts. Ultimately, Aristotle concludes that life and death are natural processes that all things must experience. Read in English, unabridged.
On Life and Death
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