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The volume is rounded out by one appendix that addresses the Platonism of the first Peripatetic school and another (more of a bibliographical note) listing pre-Porphyrean Platonist works concentrating on Aristotle and his philosophy.
Long comments on the coolness if not hostility of the Peripatetic school towards Socrates (619) and on the anomalous place of Aristotle in Greek ethical tradition (621).
Aristotle and his Peripatetic school are credited with inventing the liberal-arts approach to education.