Theophrastus of Eresus Commentary Volume 8

61 e^{YYeuv) to refute, partic. 78.12 6tfiympio.] narration; in a title 666 no. 16 6iko log] just; adv. (of criticism) 692.20 ôuko loot v ml justice (virtue of the soul) (listed among sources for encomia) 677.5 61 kovikóg] judicial; pl.

Author: William Fortenbaugh

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This volume comments on the sources for understanding Theophrastus' contributions to rhetorical and poetic theory. The ancient sources themselves, the known titles of Theophrastean works, and the various reports concerning his doctrines are all considered.
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Theophrastus of Eresus Commentary Volume 6 1

498 498 637 637 637 61 715 462 240 647 462 462 725 514–516 IAMBLICHUS Life of Pyhtagoras 86 4O1 112 292 137 4O1 Protrepticus 24.3–25.2 Pistelli 418 IBN-AN-NADIM The Index 7.1 (p. 252.8 Flügel) 152–156 INSCRIPTIONS CIL VI 2126 = ILS 2932 ...

Author: William Fortenbaugh

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Commenting on recently collected sources for Theophrastus' ethical views, this work relates Theophrastean doctrine to that of Aristotle and the rival Stoics. The focus is on topics like virtue and happiness, manners and moral virtues, innate character and the relation of animals to humans.
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Theophrastus of Eresus Commentary Volume 3 1 Sources on Physics Texts 137 223

Sharples [1992,1] 348-9, [1995] 45); (iii) Seneca's source is another Theophrastean work, and Theophrastus ... p.161.2-4 Wendel) Seneca, Questions about Nature 3.25.4 (BT p.119.21-120.5 Gercke) Öhler (1913) 53, 56-61, 68-9, 71-3.

Author: Robert Sharples

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This volume relates to natural philosophy apart from the study of living things. Topics covered include the principles of scientific inquiry, place, time, motion, the heavens, the sublunary world, meteorology and the study of materials.
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Theophrastus of Eresus Commentary Volume 4

280 lines 61-2). Two of these passages are connected in Priscian with Theophrastus, but the middle one is not. The word diabibazon (“passing on”) or transporting, is Hayduck's correction for diabibazontos, and makes better sense.

Author: Pamela Huby

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This volume forms part of the large international Theophrastus project started by Brill in 1992 and edited by W.W. Fortenbaugh, R.W. Sharples and D. Gutas . Together with volumes comprising the texts and translations, the commentary volumes provide a new generation of classicists with an up-to-date collection of the fragments and testimonia relating to Theophrastus (c. 370-288/5 B.C), Aristotle's pupil and successor as head of the Lyceum. This will be the fourth volume of commentary on "Theophrastus of Eresus. Sources for his Life, Writings, Thought and Influence," and is on the psychological and epistemological material. It includes contributions by Dimitri Gutas on the Arabic passages, and Pamela Huby has covered the rest, including close study of the quotations given by Priscian of Lydia and the extensive but little known medieval Latin passages. Different approaches to the use of medieval material as evidence for Theophrastus' thought are discussed in the Introduction.
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Theophrastus of Eresus Commentary Volume 9 2

... Posidonius Fragments 284.114–118 Edelstein-Kidd 177 Prudentius of Troyes OnPredestinationagainstJohn Scotus 14, PL vol. ... 61 4.834 61, 89–93 on Aristophanes'Birds 1354 157 on Aristotle's EN 4.2 1121a7 71 on Dionysius Thrax GG vol.

Author: William W. Fortenbaugh

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This volume concerns Aristotle's pupil Theophrastus. It focuses on his interest in cultural history, including discoveries and inventions that transformed the way people live. It also deals with proverbs containing useful truths that were passed down from earlier generations.
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Theophrastus of Eresus Commentary Volume 5 Sources on Biology Human Physiology Living Creatures Botany Texts 328 435

Plutarch, Table-Talk 7.2.1 700CD (BT vol. 4 p. 217.15-218.7 Hubert) Scholium on Homer's Odyssey 23.167 (vol. 2 p. 719.2-5 Dindorf) Rose (1863) 264. A.J. Kronenberg, 'ad Plutarchi Moralia', Mnemosyne 52 (1924) 61-112, at 83.

Author: Robert Sharples

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The first of the projected volumes of commentary to accompany the texts and translations in Theophrastus of Eresus: Sources for his Life, Writings, Thought and Influence, edited by W.W. Fortenbaugh and others ("FHSG"; Leiden, Brill, 1992).
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Theophrastus of Eresus Commentary Volume 9 1

Porphyry”, paper given at the InternationalWorkshop onPorphyry's Commentary on the Harmonics of Claudius Ptolemy, ... 61–84. Brancacci, A. Musica eFilosofiadaDamoneaFilodemo, Naples: Bibliopolis 2008. Byl, S. “Rheumatism and Gout in the ...

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Theophrastus of Eresus: Commentary Volume 9.1 concerns the extant ancient testimonies on Theophrastus’ thought on music, which strike the reader as surprisingly original and modern. Music is regarded as something that originates from the soul and comes into existence through the body.
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The Sublime in Antiquity

[Aristotle] On the Cosmos. Cambridge. Fortenbaugh, W. W. (1966) “Plato Phaedrus 235c3,” Classical Philology vol. 61, no. 2: 108–9. (2005) Theophrastus of Eresus: Sources for His Life, Writings, Thought and Influence. Commentary Volume 8 ...

Author: James I. Porter

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Current understandings of the sublime are focused by a single word ('sublimity') and by a single author ('Longinus'). The sublime is not a word: it is a concept and an experience, or rather a whole range of ideas, meanings and experiences that are embedded in conceptual and experiential patterns. Once we train our sights on these patterns a radically different prospect on the sublime in antiquity comes to light, one that touches everything from its range of expressions to its dates of emergence, evolution, role in the cultures of antiquity as a whole, and later reception. This book is the first to outline an alternative account of the sublime in Greek and Roman poetry, philosophy, and the sciences, in addition to rhetoric and literary criticism. It offers new readings of Longinus without privileging him, but instead situates him within a much larger context of reflection on the sublime in antiquity.
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Theophrastus of Eresus Sources for His Life Writings Thought and Influence Commentary Volume 2 Logic

Commentary, Volume 2: Logic Pamela Huby ... 25–6, 32, 33, 41, 48,63, 93, 105, 110, 122, 135, 157–8 *[Ammonius], 2, 16, 61, 70, 89, 96, 98, 101, 105-6, 109, 111, 114, 116–7, 119–23, 137 Ammonius the Little, 16 Anaxagoras, 46 Andronicus, ...

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As part of Project Theophrastus this volume covers the material related to Theophrastus’ work on logic. As Aristotle’s pupil, he largely followed his master, but made important changes in modal logic, and some of his innovations passed into medieval logic.
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Theophrastus of Eresus On Weather Signs

61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. de I. Hadot. I: Introduction, première partie (p. 1-9, 3 Kalbfleisch). ... ISBN 90 04 100962 Sharples, R.W. Theophrastus of Eresus. ... Commentary Volume 5.

Author: David Sider

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This text and commentary is the first to take account of all the manuscripts and to place the work in its historical and scientific context, as well as the first to describe its manuscript tradition.
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