Aristotle Poetics: Editio Maior of the Greek Text with Historical Introductions and Philological Commentaries

Front Cover
BRILL, Mar 19, 2012 - Philosophy - 536 pages
1 Review
This important new editio maior of Aristotle's Poetics is based on all the primary sources and is accompanied by a details critical apparatus. The introductory chapters provide important new insights about the transmission of the text to the present day and especially the significance of the Syro-Arabic tradition.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

This sets a new standard for the paleography (although whether for the philosophy is another matter). What is indisputable though in my view is how bad the book is constructed: after paying over $200 for it, and even though it looks perfectly new (I have opened it maybe 10-15 times), pages are falling out. Utterly shameful on the part of Brill (not the authors' fault). 

Contents

ARISTOTLE POETICS
163
Bibliography
499
Indices
521
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2012)

Leonardo Tar n, Ph.D. 1962 in Classics, Princeton University, is Jay Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages Emeritus at Columbia University. He has published extensively in the field of ancient philosophy, including Parmenides (1965), Academica (1975), Speusippus (1981), etc. Dimitri Gutas, PhD (1975) in Arabic and Islamic Studies, Yale University, is Professor of Arabic at Yale. He has published on the medieval Graeco-Arabic translation movement and its lexicography, the transmission of Greek philosophical texts into Arabic, and Arabic philosophy. Most recently he published the Greek text and medieval Arabic translation of Theophrastus, "On First Principles" (2010).

Bibliographic information