By Professor & Chair of Centre for Medieval Studies John Magee
This quantity presents the 1st severe variation 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 one recognized vestiges of Porphyry's remark on Plato's Sophist and of Andronicus' treatise on diaeresis.
The booklet is in 4 major sections: prolegomena in 3 components, facing the date, source(s), and textual content of De divisione; severe textual content with gear and English translation; specific philological and philosophical observation; appendix, bibliography, and notice index.
This is the 1st version of De divisione in keeping with the earliest extant manuscripts, and the 1st whole statement in any smooth language. will probably be of specific curiosity to scholars of later historical and medieval philosophy and literature.
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Extra resources for Anicii Manlii Severini Boethii De divisione liber: Critical Edition, Translation, Prolegomena, and Commentary
Brandis, ed. , In Cat. ; Gigon, ed. Arist. fr. ; Magee, "Boethius ... , n. ; Plezia, De Andr. stud. ; Littig, Andr. v. Rh. III 27f. 7 Cf. , In De int. ; Alex. , In An. pr. , In De an. ; Brandis, ed. Scholia 94a21 ff. (Littig, Andr. v. Rh. III 29; Busse, ed. , In De int. ; Tarin, ed. Commentary viii, n. 10; Magee, B. on Signification and Mind 31, n. 84. sag. I 8,lff. (cf. Trin. ). Aristotle at Met. 993b20f. makes the theoretical I pt·actical division and at I 026a 19 subdivides the theoretical into physics, mathematics, and theology.
I 1,2; In Cat. 162al4 (possibly refening back to Inst. ar. ; Asztalos, "Transmitter" 382); In Perih. II 489,10f. XXX PROLEGOMENA to In Categorias 272c4-d7 while In Categorias 159alf. apparently presupposes the existence of the Isagoge commentaries. : hoc quoque Aristoteles testatur, in Pfrysicis. This is a reference to Aristotle's text, with no strong implication as to the existence of a Boethian translation or commentary. It could derive from Porphyry. In Categorias 289c4 (cf. In Perih. II 458,27) may hint at some prior study of the Physics; In Perihenneneian II 190,13 implies a commentary on the same; and Consolatio V 1,12, although irrelevant for present purposes, at least conveys the impression of first-hand knowledge.
Fr. ; Magee, "Boethius ... , n. ; Plezia, De Andr. stud. ; Littig, Andr. v. Rh. III 27f. 7 Cf. , In De int. ; Alex. , In An. pr. , In De an. ; Brandis, ed. Scholia 94a21 ff. (Littig, Andr. v. Rh. III 29; Busse, ed. , In De int. ; Tarin, ed. Commentary viii, n. 10; Magee, B. on Signification and Mind 31, n. 84. sag. I 8,lff. (cf. Trin. ). Aristotle at Met. 993b20f. makes the theoretical I pt·actical division and at I 026a 19 subdivides the theoretical into physics, mathematics, and theology. At Top.