Transformationen der "Consolatio Philosophiae" in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit
[Boethius Christianus? The Reception of Boethius’ “Consolatio Philosophiae” in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age]
Ed. by Glei, Reinhold F. / Kaminski, Nicola / Lebsanft, Franz
Aims and Scope
In the Middle Ages, Boethius’ “Consolatio Philosophiae” is one of the most influential philosophical works from Late Antiquity. It was frequently commented on and translated. This collected volume examines the commentaries and translations of the famous text from a European perspective and thus paves the way for interdisciplinary research into the medieval reception of Boethius’ work. The volume contains chapters by linguists and literary scholars from a variety of disciplines, together with historians and philosophers.
- 23.0 x 15.5 cm
- viii, 435 pages
- num.fig.and tabl.
- German, Multilingual
- Type of Publication:
- Academcis, Institutes, Libraries