4 edition of Pseudo-Avicenna, Liber celi et mundi found in the catalog.
Pseudo-Avicenna, Liber celi et mundi
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||Liber celi et mundi|
|Statement||by Oliver Gutman.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Aristoteles Semitico-latinus -- v. 14|
|Contributions||Gutman, Oliver, 1970-|
|LC Classifications||QB41 .L68713 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlii, 281 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||281|
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On the Fringes of the Corpus Aristotelicum: The Pseudo-Avicenna "Liber Celi et Mundi" Created Date: Z. Jan 01, · Abstract. In this article, I examine a Latin paraphrase of Aristotle's De caelo known as the Liber celi et mundi.
The text was translated from Arabic in the third quarter of the twelfth century, and thus pre-dates all four Latin translations of De caelo in the twelfth and thirteenth caistab-gabon.com by: 2. ON THE FRINGES OF THE CORPUS ARISTOTELICUM: THE PSEUDO-AVICENNA LIBER CELI ET MUNDI OLIVER GUTMAN Exeter College, Oxford In the period between andfour Latin translations were made of Aristotle's De caelo.
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Abstract. Several parts of Avicenna’s major philosophical encyclopedia al-Shifā’ were translated into Latin, mainly in Toledo at the end of the twelfth century and in Burgos at the end of the thirteenth century.
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books of Williams are revisions of an earlier translation (the ‘translatio Pseudo-Avicenna, Liber celi et mundi, ed. Gutman (Leiden, ), p. caistab-gabon.com by: 4. はてなブログをはじめよう！ nikubetaさんは、はてなブログを使っています。あなたもはてなブログをはじめてみませんか？. Balliol College Archives & Manuscripts. Book ii begins on 93, iii on ; 92 and v are blank.
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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million caistab-gabon.com: Oliver Gutman.In the 11th century, Persian polymath Ibn Sina (Avicenna) agreed with Philoponus' theory that "the moved object acquires an inclination from the mover" as an explanation for projectile motion.
Ibn Sina then published his own theory of impetus in The Book of Healing (c. ). Unlike Philoponus, who believed that it was a temporary virtue that would decline even in a vacuum, Ibn Sina viewed it.