This edition of University of Dayton Review contains the revisions of papers read at the 16th annual Philosophy Colloquium on the theme "Aristotle's Ethics and Metaphysics." Six papers address issues in Aristotle's ethics; six address issues in his metaphysics. We are grateful to colloquium presenters for permission to publish these papers as a whole. We especially thank the editors of Philosophical Topics for permission to use portions of materials appearing in Alan Code's paper, and the editors of Classical Quarterly for permission to use the paper of Christopher Shields published in the Classical Quarterly, N.S. 38 (1988), 140-149. Tim Maudlin's paper is a revision of material to be published in a larger work in the philosophy of science and appears with the author's and editors' permission. Regrettably, not all of the papers could be made available for publication at this time. The papers of Lynne Spellman and Randall R. Curren have been accepted for publication in a forthcoming issue of the History of Philosophy Quarterly. Stephen White's paper is to appear elsewhere, and Alfonso Gomez-Lobo's paper is being revised.



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