Mnemosyne 53 (3):267-287 (2000)

Ivor Ludlam
University of Haifa
Many instances of "horismos" in Aristotle's Topics and Alexander's commentary have been altered to "horos" in the transmission of the texts. Philological and philosophical reasons are provided to substantiate this claim and to explain the phenomenon.
Keywords definition  term  horismos  horos  Peripatetic  Stoic  emendation
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