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Parva Naturalia

Aristotle (384 BCE-322 BCE)

1. 01 - On Sensation and the Sensible - Chapters 1-2
2. 02 - On Sensation and the Sensible - Chapters 3-4
3. 03 - On Sensation and the Sensible - Chapters 5-6
4. 04 - On Sensation and the Sensible - Chapter 7
5. 05 - On Memory and Recollection - Chapters 1-2
6. 06 - On Sleeping and Waking - Chapters 1-3
7. 07 - On Dreams - Chapters 1-3
8. 08 - On Prophecy in Sleep - Chapters 1-2
9. 09 - On Longevity and Shortness of Life - Chapters 1-6
10. 10 - On Youth and Old Age, Life and Death - Chapters 1-6
11. 11 - On Respiration - Chapters 1-4
12. 12 - On Respiration - Chapters 5-9
13. 13 - On Respiration - Chapters 10-14
14. 14 - On Respiration - Chapters 15-21

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Summary

Parva Naturalia [the "short treatises on nature" (a conventional Latin title first used by Giles of Rome)] is a collection of books by Aristotle, which discuss natural phenomena involving the body and the soul. The books are as follows:I - On Sensation and the SensibleII - On Memory and RecollectionIII - On Sleeping and WakingIV - On DreamsV - On Prophecy in SleepVI - On Longevity and Shortness of LifeVII - On Youth and Old Age, Life and Death VIII - On Respiration