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This is often the 1st severe variation of the earliest identified Latin observation on Aristotle s Prior Analytics, the Anonymus Aurelianensis III. as well as the severe textual content, Christina Thomsen Thornqvist s version features a comparative research of the nameless statement and the extant Greek commentaries in addition to a whole comparability among Boethius translation and the interpretation utilized by the commentator. The variation offers an excellent beginning for additional research at the earliest medieval exegesis at the Prior Analytics and is an important source for any pupil who desires to examine extra concerning the improvement of common sense commonly and the medieval reception of Aristotelian syllogistic in particular."
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Ar. 42b5 = Flor. 17. 25 etc. Cf. Philop. 30–34: γένος οὖν τοῦ συλλογισμοῦ ὁ λόγος, διαφοραὶ δὲ τὰ ἐν τῷ συλλογισμῷ λοιπά. θεωροῦνται δὲ αὗται ἐν τῇ ὕλῃ καὶ τῷ εἴδει. ὕλῃ μὲν ταῖς προτάσεσιν, εἴδει δὲ τῷ συμπεράσματι, ἐπειδὴ αἱ προτάσεις τοῦ συμπεράσματος ἕνεκεν παραλαμβάνονται, ὥσπερ ἡ ὕλη τοῦ εἴδους. Cf. Alex. 6–10; Amm. 6–14; Philop. 6–10. Cf. Alex. 2–5; Amm. 6; Philop. 2–6. 45 Per hoc autem, quod sequitur, aliud, remouentur perridiculi syllogismi46 et tres 5 coniugationes inutiles, quibus scilicet infertur ex certo certum uel ex incerto certum uel ex incerto incertum.
Flor. 7–8 = O. Carn. 26: ad praesens vero cAr. 24b15: τὰ νῦν. Flor. 8–9 = O. Carn. 26: nunc d Ar. 24b17–18: προστιθεμένου ἢ διαιρουμένου. Flor. 11 = O. Carn. 28: sive adiuncto sive separato 34 35 36 37 in Posterioribus Analyticis = Aristotle, Analytica posteriora 73a21ff. Cf. 2: Termini uero dicti sunt, quod usque ad uerbum et nomen resolutio partium orationis fiat. Ne quis orationem usque ad syllabas nominum temptet uel uerborum resoluere, quae iam designatiuae non sunt; Boethius, Introductio ad syllogismos categoricos, ed.
24; Alexander of Aphrodisias, In Aristotelis Topicorum libros octo commentaria, ed. -Philop. 21–25. As indicated in Minio-Paluello’s edition, the scholion has a parallel in Philop. 9 (see note ad locum). See Ar. 25b14–19. in sequentibus = Ar. 36b35–37a31. 25a38 contingentis, ut in secunda acceptione ponitur. Sic enim contingens dicimus, quod non necesse est esse, cum possit esse. Et quoniam contingere sic multipliciter dicitur, in contingentibus multiplex ⟨est⟩ iudicium conuersionis; nam in affirmatiuis de utroque contingenti habebit se similiter,a id est indifferenter, conuersio.