A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science
Ed. by Wildberg, Christian / Morison, Benjamin
This paper argues that the source for a number of chapters of Book I (“On Medicine”) of the Problemata in the corpus Aristotelicum is likely one or more of the lost medical works of Aristotle. It is further argued that the last three chapters of Pr. I (55–7), on the treatment of fevers – which are unusual for chapters in the Problemata in not raising questions – were likely excerpted directly from Aristotle’s medical writings, but never transformed into standard ‘problemata’.
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