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On Aristotles On Coming to Be and Perishing 2.25 On Aristotle"s "On Coming-To-Be And Perishing 2.25" (Ancient Commentators on Aristotle) by Alexander of Aphrodisias

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ContributionsEmma Gannage (Translator)
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Number of Pages176
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Open LibraryOL7848648M
ISBN 100801443350
ISBN 109780801443350

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Coming-To-Be and Passing-Away. has found it impossible, within the scope of a Loeb version, to do more than provide brief explanatory notes on some of the major obscurities and to give the references where Aristotle is obviously referring to passages in his other treatises, and to recommend those who require something more to consult Professor Joachim’s masterly commentary (Aristotle on. On Aristotle's "on Coming-To-Be and Perishing " by Alexander of Aphrodisias avg rating — 0 ratings — published Aristotle goes on to say that one comes to possess the character virtues only when she comes to possess practical wisdom; they all come to be present together (a). () On the Soul distinguishes between perceptual phantasia and calculative or . Causes of coming-to-be and perishing Efficient cause of coming-to-be and perishing Necessity in the sphere of coming-to-be and perishing --App. 1. Notes on the text of philoponus' commentary --App. 2. Notes on philoponus' text of Aristotle --App. 3. Philoponus' readings from Plato's Phaedo. Series Title.