By Jaap Mansfeld, David T. Runia
Read Online or Download Aëtiana: Studies in the doxographical traditions of ancient philosophy volume 118 PDF
Similar ancient books
Those are intriguing instances for all these occupied with the background of historic Israel, Judaism, and early Christianity, for the previous few many years have visible an unheard of quantity of scholarly paintings upon either textual and artifactual facts. a transparent figuring out of the connection among archaeology and literary fabric is important for students who desire to reconstruct the historical past of rising Israel.
I used to be invited to write down this publication as a part of the Minerals, Rocks and natural fabrics sequence of Springer-Verlag by way of Professor Peter J. Wyllie in 1974. Ophiolites have preoccupied me ever on the grounds that 1948 as a graduate scholar and as much as the current time as a part of my study with the U. S. Geological Survey.
- A Companion to Sport and Spectacle in Greek and Roman Antiquity (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World)
- A Hunter—Gatherer Landscape: Southwest Germany in the Late Paleolithic and Mesolithic
- Apocalyptic Bodies: The Biblical End of the World in Text and Image
- The Etruscan World
Additional info for Aëtiana: Studies in the doxographical traditions of ancient philosophy volume 118
Too literally, where Cicero seems to say that his works are mere “transcripts”; Madvig missed the irony, and the text moreover is corrupt. g. Schäfer , –. 68 Cf. Jaeger , n. . 69 Boyancé ; Harder . M. g. in his paper). 70 Note the perceptive remarks of Dyck , –. 71 Of course it is: here we do have an equally complicated extant text (though there are important gaps in the papyrus) which corresponds as to the details. e. in parallel columns, and he was not the first scholar to detect the undeniable correspondences.
Of the earth, or of the soul and its parts 81 Cicero’s account too is not doxographical. Also emphasized by Runia (above, n. ) whom he does not cite. 83 Cf. the overview at § above. I note in passing that this analysis is accepted by Lachenaud , – as well (for a reference see n. ). 84 Lévy , , with n. (but he has noticed that Phd. b is cited at my a, n. ). Sacr. (cf. Thdrt. Affect. ). 85 Cf. also above at n. . 86 Cf. Lévy , . 82 doxographical studies, quellenforschung or faculties, and so on.
Repr. in: O. ), Eduard Zellers Kleine Schriften Bd. , Berlin , –. Zeller = E. Zeller, Die Philosophie der Griechen in ihrer geschichtlichen Entwicklung Bd. –, Leipzig 5. chapter two PHYSIKAI DOXAI AND PROBLÊMATA PHYSIKA IN PHILOSOPHY AND RHETORIC: FROM ARISTOTLE TO AËTIUS (AND BEYOND) Jaap Mansfeld I. Plutarch’s On the Physical Tenets Accepted by the Philosophers, Five Books —usually latinized as Placita philosophorum rather than as Placita physica—and substantial excerpts concerned with natural philosophy to be found in Stobaeus’ Eclogae physicae and Theodoret’s Treatment of Greek Diseases derive from a common source.