The Letter Before the Spirit

The Letter Before the Spirit

The Importance of Text Editions for the Study of the Reception of Aristotle

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Almost all of the presentations at a June 2009 congress in The Hague have been expanded and clarified for publication here. Specialists in each examine the text critical editions of the works of Aristotle in their Semitic, Greco-Latin, and Semitico-Latin translations, commentaries, and emendations. The 19 studies consider such topics as the textual traditions of the Greco-Arabic Plotinus, the Sefer ha-neesh as a first attempt to translate Aristotle's De anima into Hebrew, contamination and interlingual contaminations in Judaeo-Arabic transmissions of Averroes' manuscripts, the Physics of Evenings Latinus and its significance for the reception of Aristotle's Physics in the West, and challenges in Syriac text editions using the DOS-based word processor Multi-Lingual Scholar. Annotation ©2013 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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The Letter before the Spirit underlines the importance for scholars to have at their disposal reliable scientific text editions – book editions or digital editions – of Aristotle’s works in the Semitico-Latin, and the Graeco-Latin, translation and commentary traditions.
The Letter before the Spirit underlines the importance for scholars to have at their disposal reliable scientific text editions – book editions or digital editions – of Aristotle’s works in the Semitico-Latin, and the Graeco-Latin, translation and commentary traditions.

Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2013
ISBN: 9789004235083
9004235086
9004234144
9789004234147
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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