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mediaeval Latin versions of the Aristotelian scientific corpus

Sybil Douglas Wingate

mediaeval Latin versions of the Aristotelian scientific corpus

with special reference to the biological works

by Sybil Douglas Wingate

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Published by The Courier press in London [etc.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aristotle -- Bibliography.,
  • Latin literature, Medieval and modern -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S. D. Wingate.
    GenreBibliography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ8044 .W76
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. l., 135, [1] p.
    Number of Pages135
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6279495M
    LC Control Number32024788
    OCLC/WorldCa2234354

    You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are . CHAPTER II. PHILOSOPHICAL INFLUENCES IN THE MEDIAEVAL CHURCH: A. D. —A. D. § 1. Platonism, of the Mystic Theologians. Passing, now, into the Systematizing Period, extending from John Damascene to the Reformation, we enter into a sphere of more intense philosophical activity than any in the history of the church. Even the speculative movement of the German mind for the last half.

    BOOK IV THE IDEAL AND THE ACTUAL: SOCIETY (Continued) CHAPTER XXV. THE HEART OF HELOÏSE. The romantic growth and imaginative shaping of chivalric love having been followed in the fortunes of its great exemplars, Tristan, Iseult, Lancelot, Guinevere, Parzival, a different illustration of mediaeval passion may be had by turning from these creations of literature to an actual woman, . the mediaeval mind. macmillan and co., limited london bombay calcutta melbourne the macmillan company new york boston chicago atlanta san francisco the macmillan co. of canada, ltd. toronto. the. mediaeval mind. a history of the development of thought and emotion in the middle ages. by henry osborn taylor. in two volumes.

    Aristotelian Cometary Theory in the book first addresses general philosophical and scientific issues by placing the treatise in a diachronic frame comprising Aristotle's predecessors and in a synchronic frame comprising his other physical works. ( b) “ Mediaeval versions . 1. Commentaries on Texts from the Corpus Aristotelicum. In no other period of the history of philosophy, as far as we know, have so many commentaries on works by Aristotle been written (both per year and in total) as in the Renaissance. [] Even on the incomplete basis of Lohr’s first version of his catalogue of Renaissance Latin Aristotle Commentaries [] Richard Blum has counted such.


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Mediaeval Latin versions of the Aristotelian scientific corpus by Sybil Douglas Wingate Download PDF EPUB FB2

The mediaeval Latin versions of the Aristotelian scientific corpus, with special reference to the biological works. Wingate, S.D. (), The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus, with Special Reference to the Biological Works, London: Courier Press Authority control GND: X.

The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus: With Special Reference to the Biological Works by S. Wingate Publication Date:. Overviews & Author: JoAnn Palmeri. Works & People - Medieval Latin West Periods, Places & Cultures Toggle Dropdown AntiquityAuthor: JoAnn Palmeri.

Author(s): Wingate,Sybil Douglas Title(s): The mediaeval Latin versions of the Aristotelian scientific corpus, with special reference to the biological works. London, Courier Press, Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Dubuque, Iowa, Brown [] Description: facsim.: p.

Since its inception inIsis has featured scholarly articles, research notes and commentary on the history of science, medicine, and technology, and their cultural influences.

Review essays and book reviews on new publications in the field are also included. An official publication of the History of Science Society, this is the oldest (and most widely circulating) English-language journal. Michael Scot of that Aristotelian passage which lends support to an emission theory of visual rays.

See S. Wingate, The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus (London, ), p. 78 for the text. It should be made clear that once a visual species has been received by.

Books Received | 27 February (1) World Chaos: the Responsibility of Science (2) The Scientific Outlook (3) What Dare I Think.

The Challenge of Modern Science to Human Action and Belief. Many scholars believe that Aristotle's scientific writing substantially predated and informed his philosophic work. The present text, in its translation by Theodore Gaza, was "the standard version of the Aristotelian zoological works throughout the Renaissance period and later" (Wingate p ).

S.D. Wingate, The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus (London, ), 46, suggests a year as early aswhich would give Gerard fifty-three years of activity in Toledo, a still more plausible situation.

This early date, if it could be more securely based, would carry tremendous importance for Gerard’s training. wingate, The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus (London ). callus, "Introduction of Aristotelian Learning to Oxford," Proceedings of the British Academy, 29 ().

moraux et al., Aristote et Saint Thomas d'Aquin (Paris ). Daniel, N., The Arabs and Mediaeval Europe, Beirut and London: Gersh, Stephen, Middle Platonism and Neoplatonism The Latin Tradition, Notre Dame, Indiana: _____, "Platonism--Neoplatonism--Aristotelianism.

A Twelfth-Century Metaphysical System and its Sources," Renaissance and Renewal in the Twelfth Century, eds. Robert L. Benson. The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus, with Special Reference to the Biological Works. London: Courier Press, Wood, Charles.

"The Doctor's Dilemma: Sin, Salvation, and the Menstrual Cycle in Medieval Thought." Speculum (): ^top Infant Baptism and Heresy (Chapter 2) Alan of Lille. Kofoid Book Review: \booktitleThe Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus by S.

Wingate Lynn Thorndike Book Review: \booktitleAssaig d'Hist\`oria de les Idees Físiques i Matem\`atiques a la Catalunya Medieval, Vol. The mediaeval Latin versions of Aristotelian scientific corpus, with special reference to the biological works.

London, England: The Courier Press. Medieval scholars knew a number of Aristotle's works. Michael Scot (c. ) translated from Arabic into Latin at Toledo, beforethe Liber animalium (The Book of Animals), De caelo et mundo (On the Heavens), and De anima (On the Soul) from ibn-Rushd's commentaries.

The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus, with Special Reference to the Biological Works. By S. Wingate.

Viii + London: Courier Press, 10s. Net. [REVIEW] W. Ross - - The Classical Review 46 (2) Alchemy (from Arabic: al-kīmiyā) is an ancient branch of natural philosophy, a philosophical and protoscientific tradition practiced throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia, originating in Greco-Roman Egypt in the first few centuries CE.

Alchemists attempted to purify, mature, and perfect certain materials. Common aims were chrysopoeia, the transmutation of "base metals" (e.g., lead) into. "This volume contains five Latin versions of Aristotle's Categories. Numbers 1 (pp. ) and 2 (pp. ) both stem from Boethius, who is responsible for the Latin translations that were most widespread.

One of them is more literal, the other more elegant. A Corpus-Based Study of Pronominal Anaphoric Expressions in French. Agnès Tutin - - Corpus: Revue de philosophie The Mediaeval Latin Versions of the Aristotelian Scientific Corpus, with Special Reference to the Biological : Camille Collard, Bart Defrancq.

A History of Natural Philosophy From the Ancient World to the Nineteenth Century. Get access. THE ARISTOTELIAN CORPUS AND THE RHODIAN TRADITION: Translated from the original Arabic and the Hebrew and Latin versions, with notes and introduction by Samuel by: PDF | On Sep 8,Fritz Krafft and others published Fritz Krafft: Aristotelische Naturwissenschaft (Physik) und der neue Ansatz von Galileo Galilei.

Vorlesungen [Philipps-Universität Marburg Author: Fritz Krafft.Aristotle's writings formed a huge and varied corpus, including dialogues, popular treatises, and serious works of scholarship; most of these have been lost, as has the vast collection of scientific and historical observational data that he built up himself and through his corres­pondents).