Nicomachean Ethics

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Brill, 2005 - Philosophy - 619 pages
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This volume offers a critical edition of the only extant Arabic manuscript of the "Nicomachean Ethics," A comprehensive introduction by the late Douglas M. Dunlop describes the influence this major Aristotelian work had on Arabic literature. Dunlop's annotated English translation includes important references to the Greek text of the "Ethics," The appendix includes a select Greek-Arabic glossary.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Book I
112
Book II
154
Copyright

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Anna A. Akasoy, Ph.D. (2005) in Oriental Studies, Frankfurt University, is research assistant at the Warburg Institute. She has published on the history of Islamic science and philosophy including Philosophie und Mystik in der Almohadenzeit (Leiden, 2006).Alexander Fidora, Ph.D. (2003) in Philosophy, Frankfurt University, is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Frankfurt University. He has published extensively on Arabic influences in Latin medieval philosophy including Die Wissenschaftstheorie des Dominicus Gundissalinus (Berlin 2003).

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