Aristotelianism in the First Century BCE

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The last part of the book comprises three short essays on the reception of Xenarchus in late antiquity and the Middle Ages, and a conclusion. Xenarchus appears thus as reflecting a phase whereby philosophical engagement with the text of an authority was compatible with a critical attitude towards the views expressed in the text and with a certain freedom to offer alternative views; in this respect Xenarchus follows the tradition of the Hellenistic Peripatos, and the example of people like Strato who, although members of the Peripatetic school, departed significantly from Aristotle, e.

Xenarchus is most famous for the attack that he launched against the doctrine of the existence of a special, indestructible fifth element which accounts for the cyclical motion of the celestial bodies. This was presented as a standard Aristotelian tenet in D. T12 reveals, in addition, an engagement with Stoic ideas, and attests the defense of the Stoic position of existence of extra-cosmic void.

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Xenarchus developed as a response to this methodological demand an egoistic position according to which what moves us from birth onwards is the love of oneself tout court. Still, Xenarchus seems to be innovative in using explicit Aristotelian textual evidence to support his thesis.

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Typographical errors are absent with few exceptions. I note the following: p. It would be best if a uniform way of transliterating the Greek were adopted throughout the book. Moraux, Der Aristotelismus bei den Griechen , vol.

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Aristotelianism in the First Century BCE

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Gergel - - Journal of Hellenic Studies Falcon Aristotelianism in the First Century Bce. Xenarchus of Seleucia. ISBN: Commentators on Aristotle. Andrea Falcon - manuscript. Kelvin Knight - - Polity. Aristotle and the Later Tradition.


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