I am delighted to add a line to the many reviews about Professor Timothy A. Robinson's "Aristotle in Outline". It contains only 125 pages; but it is definitely a dynamite. Professor Timothy A. Robinson has set a record that will stand for a long time.
It is rare to find a professional philosopher who writes as clearly, simply, and comprehensively as does Professor Timothy A. Robinson. Moreover, his intended audience will be delighted to have found this gem "of an outline."
[By the way, this book has served a purpose that probably was not envisioned by Professor Robinson. It has formed the basis of my World Religions course - introductory unit. The class is made up of special education students, identified slow learner, learning disabled, gifted, as well as some general and advanced students. They don't know they are "doing Aristotle" and yet they are hooked. I cannot think of a better recommendation for this book.]
The bibliographic essay is one of the best I have ever read. Hackett would do well to have Robinson sign on permanently with them.