By Katerina Ierodiakonou
Книга Byzantine Philosophy and Its old assets Byzantine Philosophy and Its historical assets Книги Психология, философия Автор: Katerina Ierodiakonou Год издания: 2004 Формат: pdf Издат.:Oxford collage Press Страниц: 318 Размер: 2,6 ISBN: 0199269718 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Byzantine philosophy is a virtually unexplored box. Being seemed both as mere students or as essentially non secular thinkers, Byzantine philosophers haven't been studied on their lonesome philosophical benefit. The 11 contributions during this quantity, which disguise so much classes of Byzantine tradition from the 4th to the fifteenth century, for the 1st time systematically examine the angle the Byzantines took in the direction of the perspectives of historical philosophers, to discover the specific personality of Byzantine idea.
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The texts selected were not university texts. Neither Boethius' Macrobius Consolation nor Wgured in any normal university programme, and the two logical works were entirely marginal in late thirteenth-century university teaching. 1305), also translated Donatus' and Heroides , and Disticha Catonis Ars grammatica , Ovid's . Those were the sort of texts that were taught at cathedral school level. Two other translations by Planoudes are theological. Augustine's Trinitate and Thomas Aquinas' Summa theologica De do not point to an ordin- ary cathedral school milieu but rather to a Dominican X studium 27 .
For the translations of Brito, and the relation to Italian school tradition, see Ebbesen and Pinborg (1982). 28 Sten Ebbesen been trained in Rome and Padua, blessed his people with a number of works in Greek, and they were actually used, as a considerable number of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century manuscripts prove. With Korydallean Aristotelianism the Greek world had been brought closer to the West in two ways: not only did Korydaleus' works contain ideas that had Wrst matured in Latin, but Greeks also came to participate in the `back-to-Aristotle' movement that swept the Latin schools after men had seen the disastrous results of sixteenthcentury attempts to get rid of The Philosopher.
30 Sten Ebbesen È bersetzung von Boethius' `De hypotheNikitas, D. Z. ) (1982), Eine byzantinische U È ttingen). ) (1990), Boethius De topicis di erentiis M K (Philosophi Byzantini, 5; Athens). Obertello, L. (1974), Severino Boezio, 2 vols. (Collana di monographie, 1, Accademia ligure di scienze e lettere; Genoa). Papathomopoulos, M. ) (1999), Anicii Manlii Severini Boethii De consolatione philosophiae. Traduction grecque de Maxime Planude (Philosophi Byzantini, 9; Athens). Á s, X. , and Jugie, M.