3 edition of Theophrastean studies found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by William W. Fortenbaugh and Robert W. Sharples.|
|Series||Studies in classical humanities,, v. 3, Rutgers University studies in classical humanities ;, v. 3.|
|Contributions||Fortenbaugh, William W., Sharples, R. W.|
|LC Classifications||PA4450 .T47 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 348 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||87005979|
An inspection of Theophrastus’ writings, namely his book «On stones» (De lapidibus), his three major books and eleven of his fragments, all of which came down to us either directly in Greek or through Syriac and Arabic translations, shows as many as 42 statements which concern er, a survey of the works of Greek, Latin, Syriac and Arabic authors adds another 24 Cited by: 3. traditions of theology: studies in hellenistic theology, its background.
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 5 () Aspects of the secondary tradition of Theophrastus' opuscula. In W.W. Fortenbaugh and R.W. Sharples, eds., Theophrastean Studies. New Brunswick: Transaction, (Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities, 3) Theophrastean Studies, Stuttgart: Franz Schneider Aristotle’s Practical Side: On his Psychology, Ethics, Politics and Rhetoric, Leiden: Brill A complete list of articles published individually in scholarly journals, anthologies and the like can be obtained by writing the author at [email protected]
In a looser sense, God's promise of the land to Abraham (Gen 15), as well as his commission that Abraham sacrifice Isaac (Gen 22), could be considered theophanies. Frequently the term, "glory of the Lord, " reflects a theophany, as in Exodus ; the "pillar of cloud" has a similar function in Exodus The Spirit of God or the. Traditions of Theology: Studies in Hellenistic Theology: Its Background and Aftermath You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books.
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Volume 16 of Transaction's acclaimed Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities series, continues the work of Project Theophrastus on the School of Aristotle. The subject of this volume is Strato of Lampsacus in Mysia on the Hellespont. Strato was the third head of the Peripatetic School Paperback – Routledge.
been done, and published, along with many Theophrastean studies of. great value, in a series of Project Theophrastus conference proceedings. In the fifth and final part of this book, Fukuyama. 4 Caecilius cites Fronto as the source of the specific story he relates (Oct. ; cf. ); for a general discussion, see Clarke, op.
cit. 1), –4 n. The characterization of Christian crimes as Thyestean banquets and Oedipodal intercourse, found both in Athenagoras (Leg.3) and the anonymous writer of Lugdunum (Eus., HE V), may in fact originate with Fronto: Champlin, E Cited by: Theophrastean studies: on natural science, physics and metaphysics, ethics, religion, and rhetoric.
refers in this connection to his paper ‘Darwin was a teleologist’, in Biology and Philosophy 8 () ; perhaps it would have stretched the scope of the present book too far (and at least necessitated a change in title), but one might wish, especially since the book appears in a series Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology.
“The Book of the Apple, ascribed to Aristotle.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (),esp. Alon. “The Arabic Version of Theophrasus’ Metaphysics.” Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 6 (), Author: Adam Mccollum.
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ANCIENT SOURCES Cited by: 6. Fortenbaugh, W. and Sharpies, R. W., Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities 3 (New Brunswick and London, ), passim, esp. 71 –2 (Theophrastean oiKfLorrjs with bibliography) and 88 (on the compassion for animals attested for the Cynics: cf.
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In the book, Theophrastus described plants by their uses, and attempted a biological classification based on how plants reproduced, a first in the history of botany. He continually revised the manuscript, and it remained in an Author: Theophrastus. Volume 16 of Transaction’s acclaimed Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities series, continues the work of Project Theophrastus on the School of Aristotle.
The subject of this volume is Strato of Lampsacus in Mysia on the Hellespont. Strato was the third head of the Peripatetic School after Aristotle and Theophrastus. He succeeded the latter in c. BCE and was in turn succeeded. Donald Hughes (Washington, DC: University Press of America, ).
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