- Sense and Sensibilia (Aristotle)
Sense and Sensibilia (or On Sense and the Sensible, On Sense and What is Sensed, On Sense Perception; Ancient Greek: Περὶ αἰσθήσεως καὶ αἰσθητῶν, Latin: De sensu et sensibilibus, De sensu et sensili, De sensu et sensato) is one of the short treatises by Aristotle that make up the Parva Naturalia.
The phrase was alluded to by Jane Austen in her novel Sense and Sensibility, and by J. L. Austin in his own Sense and Sensibilia.
- Alexander of Aphrodisias (Greek text)
- Averroes (Latin translation, Venice, 1562, beginning on p. 455 of the PDF file)
- Thomas Aquinas (Latin text (Parma 1866), Latin text (HTML), English translation)
- G.R.T. Ross, 1906 (Greek text, English translation, and commentary)
- On sense and the sensible, translated by J. I. Beare
- HTML Greek text: Greek Wikisource, HODOI (with concordance and French translation), Mikros apoplous (with Modern Greek translation and notes)
- Philosophy stubs
- Works by Aristotle
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