Aristotle, On Marvellous Things Heard

LCL 307: 236-237

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This curious collection of “marvels” reads like the jottings from a diary. All authorities are agreed that it is not the work of Aristotle, but it is included in this volume as it forms part of the “Corpus” which has come down to us; most Aristotelian scholars believe that it emanated from the Peripatetic School. Some of the notes are puerile, but some on the other hand are evidently the fruit of direct and accurate observation.

DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.aristotle-marvellous_things_heard.1936