Glossae Super Peri Hermeneias: Petri Abelardi (Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaeualis)

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P. King, K. Jacobi, C. Strub (eds.) Anonymus, Petrus Abaelardus
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Book Description Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung. Hardcover. Book Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung (illustrator). Verlagsfrisch New copy Corpus Christianorum Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis (CCCM 206A) Anonymus, Petrus Abaelardus Glossae super Peri hermeneias II Glossae "Doctrinae sermonum"; De propositionibus modalibus P. King, K. Jacobi, C. Strub (eds.) Anonymus, Petrus Abaelardus LXXIV+274 p., 155 x 245 mm, 2016 ISBN: 978-2-503-55468-6 Languages: Latin, English Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 195,00 The twelfth-century anonymous Glossae "Doctrinae sermonum" presents a commentary on Aristotle's Peri hermeneias that makes extensive use of Peter Abaelard's own commentary, as well as drawing on other contemporary sources. In addition to its historical value - the author apparently made use of an earlier version of Abaelard's commentary than we now possess - it is of philosophical interest in its own right. The author offers his own theory of true and false understandings, criticizing the theory put forward by Abaelard, and offers his own analysis of modal logic. The text is a "mixed commentary" since it combines careful exegesis of Aristotle with independent self-contained analyses of philosophical issues raised by Aristotle's text. In covering the Peri hermeneias, the Glossae "Doctrinae sermonum" deals with issues in philosophical semantics, the philosophy of mind, and logic in both its assertoric and modal forms. The text of Peter Abelard's Glossae super Peri hermeneias (see CC CM, 206) is transmitted completely only in manuscript B (Berlin, Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, lat. fol 624). In manuscript A (Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana M 63 sup.) the scribe breaks off in the middle of the extended analysis of modal propositions, which precedes the commentary to Chapter XII. After a few empty lines there follows an independent short treatise on modalities, which certainly is not a work of Abelard. The text shows that the theory of modal propositions was of great interest not only for Abelard, but for a wider circle of philosophers in the twelfth century as well. Klaus Jacobi is Professor emeritus of Philosophy, Freiburg i. Br. His main field of research is ancient and medieval philosophy. Peter King is Professor of Philosophy and of Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto. His research has primarily been in medieval philosophy. Buch. Bookseller Inventory # 012817

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K. Jacobi, C. Strub (eds.) Petrus Abaelardus
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Book Description Brepols Publishers 0, Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung. Hardcover. Book Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung (illustrator). Verlagsfrisch New copy Corpus Christianorum Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis (CCCM 206) Petrus Abaelardus Glossae super Peri hermeneias K. Jacobi, C. Strub (eds.) CVI+500 p., 155 x 245 mm, 2010 ISBN: 978-2-503-05069-0 Languages: Latin, English Hardback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 270,00 The commentary on Aristotle's Peri hermeneias is certainly one of the most important texts in the corpus of Peter Abaelard's works on logic. The author discusses the Aristotelian text in an unbiased and thorough manner without avoiding any difficulties, and thereby addresses all basic issues of classical logic and semantics. The text forms part of the so-called "mixed commentaries" and is characterised by short self-contained systematic discussions within an explication of the Aristotelian text. Of particular significance are the discussions of predication (chapter 3), future contingentia (chapter 9) and modal logic (chapters 12-14). In 1927, this substantial commentary was edited by Bernhard Geyer. The edition was based on the only manuscript of the text then known to scholarship (Milan, Biblioteca Ambrosiana M 63 sup., fols. 45r-72r). In 1938, M. Grabmann discovered a second manuscript of the work (Berlin, Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, lat. fol 624, fols. 97r-146r). As L. Minio-Paluello has shown, the final part of Abaelard's text, which includes the long excursus on modal logic and the commentary on chapters 12-14, is accurately preserved only in this second manuscript. He edited this final part in 1958. A detailed comparison of the two manuscripts showed that the differences between them are so numerous and noteworthy that a new critical edition was necessary. Geyer's and Minio-Paluello's editions could be improved upon in several places. Aristotle's text in the version known by Abaelard is also included. Unter den logischen Schriften des Peter Abaelard ist der Kommentar zu Aristoteles' Schrift Peri hermeneias sicherlich eine der wichtigsten. Unbefangen, gründlich, keinem Problem ausweichend, diskutiert Abaelard den Aristotelischen Text - und das heißt: alle prinzipiellen Fragen der klassichen Logik und Semantik. Der Text gehört zu den sog. "gemischten Kommentaren" und zeichnet sich durch geschlossene kleine systematische Abhandlungen innerhalb der Erörterungen des aristotelischen Textes aus. Zu erwähnen ist insbesondere die Abhandlung zur Prädikation (Kap. 3), zum Problem der futura contingentia (Kap. 9) und zur Modallogik (Kap. 12-14). Dieser umfangreiche Kommentar wurde 1927 von Bernhard Geyer ediert. Geyers Edition beruht auf der einzigen damals der Forschung bekannten Handschrift des Werks (Milano, Biblioteca Ambrosiana M 63 sup., fols. 45r - 72r). M. Grabmann entdeckte 1938 eine zweite Handschrift des Werks (Berlin, Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz, lat. fol 624, fols. 97r - 146r). L. Minio-Paluello konnte nachweisen, daß der Schluß des Abaelardschen Textes, nämlich der große Exkurs zur Modallogik und der Kommentar zu den Kap. 12-14, nur in dieser zweiten Handschrift echt erhalten ist. Er hat diesen Schluß 1958 ediert. Ein sorgfältiger Vergleich beider Handschriften ergab, daß die Differenzen zwischen beiden so zahlreich und interessant sind, daß eine textkritische Neuedition nötig ist. An zahlreichen Stellen wurde Geyers und Minio-Paluellos Text verbessert. Aristoteles' Text wurde in der Fassung, die Abaelard vorlag, der Edition beigegeben. Buch. Bookseller Inventory # 2730

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