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Sergius of Reshaina

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Sergius of Reshaina
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Sergius of Reshaina
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Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus Ser
Sergius of Reshaina
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Sergius of Reshaina
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Contents
  • {u200E}Contents -- {u200E}Preface -- {u200E}Abbreviations -- {u200E}Chapter 1. Introduction -- {u200E}1.1. Aim and Scope -- {u200E}1.2. Sergius' Life -- {u200E}Chapter 2. Sergius as Writer -- {u200E}2.1. Original Works -- {u200E}2.1.1. Philosophical Works Here Considered Authentic -- {u200E}2.1.2. Dubious Attribution of Philosophical Works -- {u200E}2.1.3. Philosophical Adaptations and Translations -- {u200E}2.1.4. A Lost Philosophical Work (?) and a Possible Translation -- {u200E}2.1.5. An Original Theological Introduction and a Translation -- {u200E}2.1.6. Lost Theological Works -- {u200E}2.1.7. Sergius' Medical Adaptations and Translations -- {u200E}2.2. Some Rhetorical topoi in Sergius' Extant Prefaces -- {u200E}2.3. Sergius' Achievements as Translator -- {u200E}Chapter 3. Sergius' Educational Background -- {u200E}3.1. The City of Reshaina -- {u200E}3.2. The Various Curricula Offered at the Alexandrian School -- {u200E}3.3. The Medical Curriculum of the Alexandrian School -- {u200E}3.4. The Philosophical Curriculum of the Alexandrian School -- {u200E}Chapter 4. Sergius as a Commentator of Aristotle -- {u200E}4.1. Why Sergius Composed Commentaries and Not Translations -- {u200E}4.2. Other Commentators Dealt with Here -- {u200E}4.3. Important Antecedent Commentators -- {u200E}4.4. Important Contemporary Commentators -- {u200E}4.5. Important Subsequent Commentators -- {u200E}4.6. The Question of Originality -- {u200E}4.7. Sergius' Sources -- {u200E}4.8. Sergius and His School? -- {u200E}Chapter 5. Commentary on Aristotle's Categories and Introduction to Aristotle and His Categories -- {u200E}5.1. The Chronology of Sergius' Two Texts -- {u200E}5.2. Aristotle's Categories: How It Was Viewed and Read -- {u200E}5.3. A Synoptic Overview of the Contents of Sergius' Two Works -- {u200E}5.4. Linguistic Observations, Especially of Some Particles -- {u200E}5.5. The Manuscript of Sergius' Introduction -- {u200E}5.6. Concluding Remarks -- {u200E}Chapter 6. Editorial Principles -- {u200E}Sigla for the Manuscripts -- {u200E}Signs Used in the Edited and Translated Text
  • {u200E}Some Latin Abbreviations and Terms Used in the Critical Apparatus -- {u200E}Chapter 7. Text and Translation of Sergius' Introduction to Aristotle and His Categories -- {u200E}7.1. Textual Notes -- {u200E}Comments to the Syriac text (by page and line number) -- {u200E}Chapter 8. Commentary -- {u200E}Chapter 9. Bibliography -- {u200E}Primary Sources -- {u200E}Abdisho bar Berikha -- {u200E}Abu Uthman al-Dimashqi -- {u200E}Agapius of Manbij -- {u200E}Alexander of Aphrodisias -- {u200E}Al-Farabi -- {u200E}Ammonius -- {u200E}Anonymous Greek Paraphrase on Categories (by Sophonias?) -- {u200E}Anonymous Syriac Categories -- {u200E}Anonymous Syriac Eisagoge -- {u200E}Aristotelian Divisions -- {u200E}Aristotle -- {u200E}Asclepius -- {u200E}Athanasius of Balad -- {u200E}Bar {u02BF}Ebroyo -- {u200E}Boethius -- {u200E}Chronicle of 846 -- {u200E}Chronicle of Seert -- {u200E}Cicero -- {u200E}Collectio Sabbaitica (Acts of the Synods of 536) -- {u200E}Cyril of Alexandria -- {u200E}Dadisho Qatraya -- {u200E}David -- {u200E}Dexippus -- {u200E}Diogenes Laertius -- {u200E}Dionysius Thrax -- {u200E}Elias -- {u200E}Elias of Nisibis -- {u200E}Ephrem the Syrian -- {u200E}Galen -- {u200E}George, Bishop of the Arabs -- {u200E}Hunayn ibn Ishaq -- {u200E}Iamblichus -- {u200E}Ibn al-Qifti -- {u200E}Ibn al-Ṭayyib -- {u200E}Ibn Abi Usaibia -- {u200E}Ibn Jumay -- {u200E}Jacob of Edessa -- {u200E}Jacob/Severus bar Shakko -- {u200E}John Malalas -- {u200E}John of Damascus -- {u200E}John of Tella -- {u200E}John Philoponus -- {u200E}Michael the Great -- {u200E}Olympiodorus -- {u200E}Paul the Persian -- {u200E}Phocas of Edessa -- {u200E}Plotinus -- {u200E}Porphyry -- {u200E}Proba -- {u200E}Pseudo-Elias -- {u200E}Pseudo-Galen -- {u200E}Pseudo-Zachariah Rhetor -- {u200E}Ptolemy -- {u200E}Sergius of Reshaina -- {u200E}Simplicius of Cicilia -- {u200E}Stephanus of Alexandria -- {u200E}Stephanus of Athens -- {u200E}Theodore of Raithu -- {u200E}Timothy I -- {u200E}Zachariah of Mytilene -- {u200E}Secondary Literature -- {u200E}Chapter 10. Syriac-Greek Glossary -- {u200E}Chapter 11. Greek-Syriac Glossary -- {u200E}Chapter 12. Greek Names in Sergius' Introduction -- {u200E}Chapter 13. Syriac-English Index -- {u200E}Chapter 14. English-Syriac Index -- {u200E}Chapter 15. Name and Place Index
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