I've been reading Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle. (If the title seems daunting, realize it just means the book on ethics dedicated to his son, Nichomachus.) On the back I saw the heading, "Reviews from the first edition." I expected to see something like:
"That Macedonian bastage better flee town before the Athenians commit a second crime against philosophy but good."
But I guess they didn't mean that first edition.
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