Die Aristotelische Logik—Erklärt von Ihren Antiken Interpreten by Beatrix Freibert

Journal of the History of Philosophy 56 (3):554-555 (2018)
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Aristotle's Organon received sedulous attention throughout late antiquity. This is reflected in the surviving corpus of commentaries written, in different exegetical and didactic styles, by peripatetic and Platonic authors. Does this collection constitute a single tradition? Beatrix Freibert is confident that the answer to this difficult question is yes, and sets out to explain the differences and vindicate the connectedness of what she takes to be a unified intellectual construction. She insists that, despite the many peculiarities, all commentators participate in a progressive effort to discern the purpose of the Organon, and, with its purpose, understand its unity and achieve some fundamental exegetical...



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