By Andrea Falcon
"Brill's better half to the Reception of Aristotle offers a scientific but obtainable account of the reception of Aristotle's philosophy in antiquity. up to now, there was no complete try and clarify this advanced phenomenon. This quantity fills this lacuna by means of providing vast insurance of the topic from Hellenistic occasions to the 6th century advert. it's laid out chronologically and the 23 articles are divided into 3 sections: I: The Hellenistic Reception of Aristotle; II: The Post-Hellenistic Engagement with Aristotle; III: Aristotle in past due Antiquity. themes contain Aristotle and the Stoa, Andronicus of Rhodes and the development of the Aristotelian corpus, the go back to Aristotle within the first century BC, the function of Alexander of Aphodisidias and Porphyry within the transmission of Aristotle to overdue antiquity. members are: Thomas Bénatouïl, Cristina Cerami, Riccardo Chiaradonna, Pieter d'Hoine, John Dillon, Tiziano Dorandi, Christophe Erismann, Andrea Falcon, Pantelis Golitsis, Michael Griffin, R. J. Hankinson, Myrto Hatzimichali, George Karamanolis, Inna Kupreeva, David Lefebvre, Sara Magrin, Jaap Mansfeld, Alexandra Michalewski, Jan Opsomer, Georgia Tsouni, Angela Ulacco, Francesco Verde, Arnaud Zucker"--Provided via publisher. Read more...
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Despite his thinly disguised polemical intent, Epicurus apparently showed considerable appreciation for the career of Aristotle, who, despite a non-philosophical past, developed a remarkable philosophical outlook (one which Epicurus later called into question—at least partially). The text that has most influenced studies on the presence of Aristotle in the Garden comes from a Herculaneum papyrus. The text is part of a letter, (probably) by Epicurus, which was preserved by Philodemus in his book Πρὸς τοὺς φασκοβιβλιακούς (Against Those Who Call Themselves Connoisseurs 5 Verde 2015a.
But an accident cannot act as an efficient cause on the body in the same way that a form can. 86 This brings us back to a dilemma we saw earlier. Either way, Aristotelian psychology and hylomorphism took a historical turn toward materialism. 87 Theophrastus’ and Strato’s emphasis on the role of pneuma leads by another path to the same reconsideration of the status of Aristotelian form. If the eclipse of the libraries of Aristotle and Theophrastus played a role in the development of the Hellenistic Peripatos, it was thus much less determinate than the very early philosophical orientation of the Peripatetics toward a certain Aristotle.
9 It seems to demonstrate Epicurus’ knowledge not only of Aristippus’ treatise On Socrates, and Speusippus’ Praise of Plato, but also of Ἀριστοτέ[λους τὰ] Ἀναλυτικὰ καὶ [τὰ Περὶ] φ̣ύσεως, namely the Analytics (though it is difficult to tell whether Prior or Posterior), and Aristotle’s books On Nature. On the basis of the title of Philodemus’ work, it can be assumed that Philodemus aimed to introduce Epicurus (or the author of the letter) as an authentic connoisseur of books in order to preserve his philosophical credentials and exculpate him from the (traditional anti-Epicurean) charge of ignorance.
Brill’s companion to the reception of Aristotle in antiquity by Andrea Falcon