Aristo of Ceos : Text, Translation, and Discussion
Whether part of the last-named work or a separate treatise, Aristo's descriptions of persons exhibiting inconsiderateness, self-will, and other unattractive traits relate closely to the Characters of Theophrastus. In addition, Aristo wrote biographies of Heraclitus, Socrates, and Epicurus. We may be sure that he did the same for the leaders of the Peripatos, whose wills he seems to have preserved within the biographies.
The volume gives pride of place to Peter Stork's new edition of the fragments of Aristo of Ceos. The edition includes a translation on facing pages. There are also notes on the Greek and Latin texts (an apparatus criticus) and substantive notes that accompany the translation. This edition will replace that of Fritz Wehrli, which was made over half a century ago and published without translation.
- Hardback | 384 pages
- 157.5 x 236.2 x 33mm | 657.72g
- 29 Mar 2006
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- Transaction Publishers
- Somerset, United Kingdom
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--Gttinger Forum fr Altertumswissenschaft 9 "The 13th volume in the RUSCH series, and the fifth to focus on Theophrastos' colleagues, pupils and successors, is dedicated to the Peripathetic philosopher Ariston of Keos. This is a landmark in the Aristonean scholarship and another valuable addition to the study of the Peripathetic tradition.
--Gttinger Forum fr Altertumswissenschaft 9
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