The Metaphysics (Penguin Classics)

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A few quick notes on interpretation of my work.
Just wanted all of you to know that I, Aristotle, am indeed live and well...well, sorta. My soul lives on inside this box, this computer. I have learned to speak binary as well as English, and I think that the Internet is a great spot for fun.

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