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Philologisch-Historische Studien zum Aristotelismus

Ed. by Kullmann, Wolfgang / Sharples, R. W. / Wiesner, Jürgen


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    The series PERIPATOI, founded in 1971 by the late Paul Moraux, director of the Aristoteles-Archiv at the Free University in Berlin, comprises works central to the study of Aristotle himself and of the Aristotelian tradition up to and including the Middle Ages, covering both the transmission of Aristotle's writings and the work of commentators and interpreters. The earlier, distinctively Aristotelian period culminating in the work of Alexander of Aphrodisias, the later Neoplatonic commentaries on Aristotle by scholars such as Simplicius and John Philoponus, and the medieval Latin versions are all included. The series comprises monographs, catalogues of manuscripts,collections of fragments, and volumes of conference papers. Principal languages of publication are German, English and French.


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    Wolfgang Kullmann is Professor of Classics at the University of Freiburg/ Breisgau; Robert W. Sharples is Professor of Classics at University College London; Jürgen Wiesner is member of the academic teaching staff at the Free University of Berlin.

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