Nicomachean Ethics

What is the author's style in Nicomachean Ethics by Aristotle?

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Aristotle's style is often dense and repetitious. He frequently digresses from his point, returning to it several times and running over portions of his argument again. The work reads like a lecture, where the listener, unable to refer to the printed page, must be reminded from time to time of what has been asserted and what follows from those assertions.

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Nicomachean Ethics