Protrepticus (Greek: Προτρεπτικός) is the title of a work by Aristotle that survives only in fragments. Since the 19th century, when inquiry was initiated by Jakob Bernays (1863), several scholars have attempted to reconstruct the work. Attempted reconstructions include:
- Anton-Hermann Chroust (1965). "A brief account of the reconstruction of Aristotle's Protrepticus". Classical Philology (The University of Chicago Press) 60 (4): 229–239. doi:10.1086/365046. ISSN 0009-837X.
- Düring, Ingemar; Aristotle (1961). Aristotle's Protrepticus: An attempt at reconstruction. Göteborg, Sweden: Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis.
- Chroust, Anton-Hermann; Aristotle (1964). Protrepticus: A reconstruction. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.
- Downloadable reconstruction of Protrepticus (D. S. Hutchinson and M. R. Johnson)
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