Der Physikkommentar von Averroes in der Editio Iuntina. Die mittelalterlichen Quellen für Buch 6, Text 87, 2001
By: Horst Schmieja
Title Der Physikkommentar von Averroes in der Editio Iuntina. Die mittelalterlichen Quellen für Buch 6, Text 87
Type Article
Language German
Date 2001
Journal Bulletin de philosophie médiévale
Volume 43
Pages 75–93
Categories Physics, Commentary, Transmission
Author(s) Horst Schmieja
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Secundum aliam translationem. Ein Beitrag zur arabisch-lateinischen Übersetzung des großen Physikkommentars von Averroes, 1999
By: Horst Schmieja
Title Secundum aliam translationem. Ein Beitrag zur arabisch-lateinischen Übersetzung des großen Physikkommentars von Averroes
Type Book Section
Language German
Date 1999
Published in Averroes and the Aristotelian Tradition. Sources, Constitution and Reception of the Philosophy of Ibn Rushd (1126–1198). Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium Averroicum (Cologne, 1996)
Pages 316–336
Categories Physics, Commentary, Transmission
Author(s) Horst Schmieja
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)

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Response, 1997
By: Alfred L. Ivry
Title Response
Type Article
Language German
Date 1997
Journal Arabic Sciences and Philosophy
Volume 7
Issue 1
Pages 153–155
Categories Psychology, Commentary, Transmission
Author(s) Alfred L. Ivry
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
Herbert Davidson's critique of my thesis regarding the relation between Averroes' Middle and Long commentaries on De anima contrasts my reading and translation of Middle Commentary passages with his own. I leave it to the informed reader to judge whether one translation is more "neutral" than the other, excluding the specific denotation which I give to šarḥ, which is the point at issue.

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Response, 1997
By: Alfred L. Ivry
Title Response
Type Article
Language German
Date 1997
Journal Arabic Sciences and Philosophy
Volume 7
Issue 1
Pages 153–155
Categories Psychology, Commentary, Transmission
Author(s) Alfred L. Ivry
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)
Herbert Davidson's critique of my thesis regarding the relation between Averroes' Middle and Long commentaries on De anima contrasts my reading and translation of Middle Commentary passages with his own. I leave it to the informed reader to judge whether one translation is more "neutral" than the other, excluding the specific denotation which I give to šarḥ, which is the point at issue.

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Secundum aliam translationem. Ein Beitrag zur arabisch-lateinischen Übersetzung des großen Physikkommentars von Averroes, 1999
By: Horst Schmieja
Title Secundum aliam translationem. Ein Beitrag zur arabisch-lateinischen Übersetzung des großen Physikkommentars von Averroes
Type Book Section
Language German
Date 1999
Published in Averroes and the Aristotelian Tradition. Sources, Constitution and Reception of the Philosophy of Ibn Rushd (1126–1198). Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium Averroicum (Cologne, 1996)
Pages 316–336
Categories Physics, Commentary, Transmission
Author(s) Horst Schmieja
Publisher(s)
Translator(s)

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Translating Catharsis: Aristotle and Averroës, the Scholastics and the Basochiens, 2012
By: Noah D. Guynn
Title Translating Catharsis: Aristotle and Averroës, the Scholastics and the Basochiens
Type Book Section
Language English
Date 2012
Published in Rethinking Medieval Translation: Ethics, Politics, Theory
Pages 84–106
Categories Aristotle, Commentary, Transmission, Poetics
Author(s) Noah D. Guynn
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This essay investigates translation, aesthetics and performance in the long Middle Ages, with particular emphasis on the transmission of Aristotle and the politics of festive drama: plays staged in public spaces for heterogeneous audiences during religious holidays. My main interest is κάθαρσις (katharsis), an abstruse term from the Poetics and Politics that gets translated and deployed in diverse, often incompatible ways by premodern and modern scholars and that has been used, both implicitly and explicitly, to account for the dynamics of performance and ritual in medieval festive settings. Though the Politics was widely available in Latin translation from 1260 on, its references to catharsis pertain mostly to musical aesthetics, and medieval intellectuals do not seem to have drawn from it a theory of theatrical reception. As for the Poetics, it was known almost exclusively through Averroës's Middle Commentary (1175), which Hermannus Alemannus translated into Latin in 1256. Having no understanding of Greek tragedy as theatre, Averroës, in keeping with previous Arabic readings of Aristotle, reorients the Poetics away from aesthetics towards logic. That tradition renders mimesis as the use of imaginative representations to move audiences unable to grasp more conclusive forms of reasoning to embrace the good.

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