3 edition of Philonis Alexandrini De animalibus found in the catalog.
Philonis Alexandrini De animalibus
Philo of Alexandria.
|Other titles||Studia Philonica.|
|Statement||the Armenian text, with an introduction, translation, and commentary by Abraham Terian.|
|Series||Studies in Hellenistic Judaism ;, no. 1|
|Contributions||Terian, Abraham, 1942-|
|LC Classifications||QL41 .P4612 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 331 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||331|
|ISBN 10||089130472X, 0891304738|
|LC Control Number||81000836|
Rare copy of Aristotle's De animalibus to be auctioned for first time in years The 15th-century edition of the Greek philosopher’s examination of Author: Rebecca Rego Barry. Author of Les oeuvres de Philon d'Alexandrie, Selections, Philo, De opificio mundi, Philonis Alexandrini Opera quae supersunt, The contemplative life ; The giants and selections, Die Werke Philos von Alexandria in deutscher Übersetzung, L' ancienne version latine des Questions sur la genèse de .
Philo's works offer an anthology of Greek phraseology of the most different periods; and his language, in consequence, lacks simplicity and purity (see Treitel, "De Philonis Judæi Sermone," Breslau, ; Jessen, De Elocutione Philonis Alexandrini," ). Influence of Hellenism. 5 For a discussion of this feature see Abraham Terian, Philonis Alexandrini De Animalibus, Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, Supplements to Studia Philonica 1 (Chico, CA: Scholars Press, ), pp, , ; repeated in idem, Alexander, P pp. , 78 .
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See search results for this. Philonis Alexandrini de animalibus Issue 1 of Studies in Hellenistic Judaism Supplements to Studia Philonica Armenian Research Center collection: Authors: Philo (of Alexandria.), Abraham Terian: Editor: Abraham Terian: Translated by: Abraham Terian: Publisher: Scholars Press, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Aug Terian's translation of De animalibus makes available Philo's philosophical work on the 'soul' of animals.
At issue is the question of whether or not animals possess 'reason' or the 'hegemon'. Styled after Plato's Phaedrus, Philo argues against his nephew Alexander in Stoic fashion that animals possess 'soul', but not 'mind' or 'reason'.5/5. Philonis Alexandrini De animalibus. [Philo, of Alexandria.; Abraham Terian] Home.
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Philo, of Alexandria: Philonis Alexandrini libellus De opificio mundi, (Vratislaviae, apud G. Koebner, ), ed. by Leopold Cohn and Leopold Cohn (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Philo, of Alexandria: Philonis Alexandrini opera quae supersunt / (Berolini: Typis et impensis G.
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Page vii - Rèi' ottimo codice: col suo aiuto «non solum verba scriptoris permultis locis emendantur et vitiis purgantur, verum etiam verba multa ceteris codicibus omissa recuperantur et maiores quaedam lacunae antea ne animadversae quidem, quibus vulgata memoria corrupta et mutilata est, mirum in modum explentur», ed è un peccato che il 1.
II non vi sia conservato tutto come il primo. Philonis Alexandrini De Animalibus: The Armenian Text with an Introduction, Translation, and Commentary, by Abraham Terian. Studies in Hellenistic Judaism (Supplements to Studia Philonica), 1.
Chico: Scholars, Pp. xii+ $ ($11 for members). This book is a University of Basel dissertation written under the direction of Bo Reicke.
The Works of Philo: Complete and Unabridged, New Updated Edition Philo of Alexandria While it would not be correct to say that Philo's works have been "lost"?—scholars have always known and used Philo?—they have essentially been "misplaced" as far as the average student of the Bible is concerned.
This contribution examines Philo of Alexandria's De animalibus, paying particular attention to its dialogic format and considering it within the broader context of the development of the genre of the dialogue in antiquity. It argues that as an. "De Opificio Mundi" (comp. Siegfried in "Zeitschrift für Wissenschaftliche Theologie,"pp.
–; L Cohn's important separate edition of this treatise, Breslau,preceded the edition of the same in "Philonis Alexandrini," etc.,i.).
"De Abrahamo,"on Abraham, the representative of the virtue acquired by learning. Philonis Alexandrini Opera Quae Supersunt, Vol. 4: Continens de Abrahamo, de Iosepho, de Vita Mosis Lib. I, de Vita Mosis Lib. II, de Decalogo (Classic Reprint) Philo of Alexandria.
Philonis Alexandrini opera quae supersunt. Rcognoverunt Leopoldus Cohn et Paulus Wendland [hg. Leopold Cohn und Paul Wendland].
Editio minor. Vol. 6 (einzeln/apart, von 7). Enthält: Quod omnis probus liber sit / De vita contemplativa / De aeternitate mundi / In flaccum / Legatio ad Gaium / Appendix: Hypotheticorum (pro Iudaeis apologiae.
Abstract. Hebrew perspectives shaped medieval theology through the Tanakh and the works of Philo of Alexandria. The term nephesh, describing both human and animal life in Genesis, was translated as psyche, bringing together two different concepts of the Hebrew nephesh occurred all animals, was clearly embodied, and not immortal.
Ideas of resurrection did not develop in Hebrew thought Author: Lucas John Mix. Follow of Alexandria Philo and explore their bibliography from 's of Alexandria Philo Author Page. Philonis Alexandrini libellus De opificio mundi Item Preview remove-circle Philonis Alexandrini libellus De opificio mundi by Philo.
Publication date Publisher apud G. Koebner Collection "Specimen novae editionis operum Philonis ab Academia regia berolinensi praemio ex Donatione Carlottiana ornatum." AddeddatePages: Philo of Alexandria (/ ˈ f aɪ l oʊ /; Ancient Greek: Φίλων, romanized: Phílōn; Hebrew: יְדִידְיָה הַכֹּהֵן , romanized: Yedidia (Jedediah) HaCohen; c.
20 BCE – c. 50 CE), also called Philo Judaeus, was a Hellenistic Jewish philosopher who lived in Alexandria, in the Roman province of Egypt. Philo used philosophical allegory to harmonize Jewish scripture Born: c. 20 BCE, Alexandria, Egypt, Roman Empire. Documents VII ] (London, ), 9–16; A.
Terian, Philonis Alexandrini De Animalibus. Armenian Text with an Armenian Text with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary [= Studies in Hellenistic Judaism, n.
1 ] (Ann Arbor, ), 7–8 for the dating ofFile Size: 83KB.Philonis Alexandrini De Animalibus: The Armenian Text with an Introduction, Translation, and Commentary by Abraham Terian (pp.
) Review by: Claude Cox DOI: /One God, one law: Philo of Alexandria on the Mosaic and Greco-Roman law by John W Martens The book is of interest for scholars of Judaism, Ancient History, Biblical Studies, Classical Literature, and History of Religions."--Jacket Philonis Alexandrini De animalibus by Philo.