‘Language Converts ψυχή’: Reflections on Commentary in Late Ancient Philosophical Research and Education

In Benedikt Strobel (ed.), Die Kunst der Philosophischen Exegese Bei den Spätantiken Platon- Und Aristoteles-Kommentatoren. De Gruyter. pp. 127-158 (2018)
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