Aims and Scope
Reviews of selected highlights:
Reinhard Kekule von Stradonitz: Die griechische Skulptur [Greek Sculpture]
“A standard work that created a sensation at the time it was written and even today is significant in the history of research.”
Prof. Dr. Hermann Parzinger
Paul Moraux: Der Aristotelismus bei den Griechen [Aristotelism of the Greeks]
“The ‘history of Aristotelism’ (3 Bände, 1971-2001), which is the product of Paul Moraux’s many decades of research on Aristotle and the Aristotle archive he founded, is a masterpiece of the history of philosophy that serves to set standards.”
Prof. Dr. Bernd Seidensticker
Hermann Parzinger is President of the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation in Berlin, before that he was President of the German Archeological Institute. As prehistorian, his main area of research is the culture of the Scythians, and he was Founding Director of the Eurasian Department of the German Archeological Institute.
Bernd Seidensticker is Professor Emeritus of Classical Philology at the Free University of Berlin. He is Chairman of the Commission for Classical Studies of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities.