1 edition of Aëtiana found in the catalog.
|Statement||by J. Mansfeld and D.T. Runi|
|Series||Philosophia antiqua -- vol. 114, Philosophia antiqua -- 114.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||XIV, 272 S.|
|Number of Pages||272|
|ISBN 10||9004173560, 9004172068|
|ISBN 10||9789004173569, 9789004172067|
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In the Introduction (pp. xiv, xviii-xix) to their highly praised Aëtiana vol. 1 (), M. and R. promised two more volumes. Vol. 2 would discuss the structure, contents and method of Aëtius' Placita (hereinafter Placito) and would contain a speci-men reconstructions of Book 2 . Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook 7 ème Université Buissonnière des arts de la rue Chicago Baseball Week In Review A2Z: An Improvised Podcast Art of Money Getting, The by BARNUM, P. T. Borscht.
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Aëtiana: The Method and Intellectual Context of a Doxographer, Volume III, Studies in the Doxographical Traditions of Ancient Philosophy (Philosophia Antiqua) by Cited by: 1.
David T. Runia,Free University Amsterdam, is Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the University of Leiden and C.J. de Vogel Extraordinary Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the University of has published extensively in the area of ancient philosophy, including Philo of Alexandria and the Timaeus of Plato (Brill, ) and Philo and the Church Fathers (Brill, ).Price: $ Aetiana: The Method and Intellectual Context of a Doxographer: The Sources (Philosophia Antiqua) Hardcover – August 1, by Jaap Mansfeld (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jaap Mansfeld Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author Author: Jaap Mansfeld, David T Runia. Authors: Prof Dr Jaap Mansfeld and David Runia A new reconstruction and text of the Placita of Aëtius Aëtiana book. 50 CE), accompanied by a full commentary and an extensive collection of related texts.
This compendium, arguably the most important doxographical text to survive from antiquity, is known t. Aetiana is perhaps the project of most fundamental importance now under way in ancient philosophy.
It is a monumental work of scholarship by two of the leading scholars in the field. The publication of the reconstruction of Placita will give us the first complete edition of that work and one that is not likely to be superseded.”Author: Jaap Mansfeld.
Authors: Jaap Mansfeld and Douwe (David) Runia Ancient doxography, particularly as distilled in the work on problems of physics by Aëtius, is a vital source for our knowledge of early Greek philosophy up to the first century BCE.
But its purpose and method, and also its wider intellectual context, are by no means easy to understand. Aëtiana. The sources - Jaap Mansfeld, David T.
Runia - Google Books In the young German scholar Hermann Diels published his celebrated "Doxographi Graeci," (in. A new reconstruction and text of the Placita of Aëtius (ca. 50 CE), accompanied by a full commentary and an extensive collection of related texts.
This compendium, arguably the most important doxographical text to survive from antiquity, is known t See More. "Aëtiana" published on 21 Jun by Brill. The earlier books were so rich and nuanced, taking their inspiration from Soviet Russia – now the sense of corruption and greed is so common to the more literary end of the crime spectrum that this book feels well-worn, almost worn out.
I’ve loved the earlier books so this is Reviews: The first volume of Aëtiana was a detailed study of the sources for Aëtius. In addition to a structural analysis of the compendium, the second volume offers a reconstruction of its best preserved part, the second book.
A textual reconstruction of the remaining four books of the compendium is promised in the introduction to the second volume. The Aëtiana project, of which this is the third volume, () offer an analysis of the compendium and a reconstruction of book two. For a full review of volume two see Andrea Falcon’s BMCR review (BMCR ).
Further volumes on the remaining four books are forthcoming. Aetiana by Jaap Mansfeld,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This book launch also marks the completion of the entire Aetiana project, on which Mansfeld and Runia have worked together for thirty years.
The launch starts at 16hrs (coffee and tea from hrs) and is followed by drinks. The project will be discussed by Prof. Glenn Most (Pisa/Chicago). Start date and time. Summary: This collection of essays written between and records the authors' exploration of the important but elusive genre of ancient doxography.
Focusing primarily on the Placita of Aetius, it can be used as a companion volume for the two earlier volumes of Aetiana. Ruth Homberg is the author of The Best Ball, Across the Sea, Sticker Hunt!, Racing for Good, The Little Mermaid (Step into Reading), and Jewels for a Princess.
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Aëtiana: the method and intellectual context of a doxographer. [Jaap Mansfeld; David T Runia] -- "In the young German scholar Hermann Diels published his Doxographi Graeci in which the major doxographical works of antiquity are collected and analysed.
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Product details Series: Philosophia Antiqua (Book ). The theme of this study is the Doxography of problems in physics from the Presocratics to the early first century BCE attributed to Aetius. Part I focuses on the argument of the compendium as a whole, of its books, of its sequences of chapters, and of individual chapters, against the background of Peripatetic and Stoic methodology.
Part II offers the first full reconstruction in a single.He calls this book "Aetiou tên peri areskontôn sunagôgên (Ἀετίου περὶ τῶν Ἀρεσκόντων Συναγωγήν)" and therefore we ascribe the original Placita to Aetius. Diels claimed that Aetius himself was merely abridging a work which Diels () called Oldest Tenets or, in Latin, Vetusta Placita.volume of Aetiana we will get our analysis of Aetius' collection together with a single-column edition of Book 2.
The concern of the third and, I think, crowning volume will be the doxographical tradition prior to Aetius. Diels chose to make Theophrastus the ultimate source for.