By Professor & Chair of Centre for Medieval Studies John Magee
This quantity offers the 1st serious version of Boethius' De divisione. the significance of Boethius' treatise is twofold: it used to be largely learn within the medieval colleges, and it preserves the single identified vestiges of Porphyry's statement on Plato's Sophist and of Andronicus' treatise on diaeresis.
The ebook is in 4 major sections: prolegomena in 3 elements, facing the date, source(s), and textual content of De divisione; severe textual content with equipment and English translation; designated philological and philosophical observation; appendix, bibliography, and notice index.
This is the 1st variation of De divisione in accordance with the earliest extant manuscripts, and the 1st whole remark in any smooth language. it is going to be of specific curiosity to scholars of later historic and medieval philosophy and literature.
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Witt actually supposed Antiochean influence on Di:o. (Albinus 62). About such theodes I decline to speculate. 2 21 XLIV PROLEGOMENA Pre-Porphyrian Sources ALcrnoos, Didasc. 5. Alcinoos omits the secundum se I accidens dichotomy and the accident I accidents mode, and does not mention either Andronicus or the (later) Peripatos. 22 GALEN, Plac. IX 9,43ff. Galen omits the secundum se I accidens dichotomy and all but (possibly) one incidental mode. He does not name Andronicus or the (later) Peripatos but speaks of "the dialecticians," "certain philosophers," and "some" instead.
Sag. I 9,23ff. and II 140, 13fT. he mentions it only to discuss the part (Stoic, note the polemical indubitanter, II 140,20) vs. tool (Peripatetic) controversy and at I 8,1f. states that there are two species of philosophy (theoretical, practical). The latter accords with CPh. I 1,4 (cf. I 3,7; III 9,32; V 1,12; In Perih. ). And given the quadripartition of mathematical sciences at Jnst. ar. I 1,4 (cf. sag. sag. , and David, Prol. 55, 17fT. , rather than the Cat. commentators above. The sources do not cohere, and since we do not know exactly how Androni- PROLEGOMENA XXXVIII species partes significationes accidentia subiecta accidentia Now it is clear from statement (4) above that Boethius believes that the later Peripatos introduced the primary bifurcation (per se diuisionem ab ea quae est secundum accidens ...
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Anicii Manlii Severini Boethii De divisione liber: Critical Edition, Translation, Prolegomena, and Commentary by Professor & Chair of Centre for Medieval Studies John Magee