Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca et Byzantina

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The Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca et Byzantina ( CAGB ) are a series of publications and a research project for the indexing and editing of ancient, late antique and Byzantine Aristotle commentaries. It is doing the groundwork for the current discussion about Byzantine philosophy. The series continues the collection of Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca (CAG) edited by Hermann Diels . It is published by the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences under the direction of Dieter Harlfinger , Christof Rapp , Marwan Rashed and Diether R. Reinsch . In addition to edition volumes, monographs on ancient authors and factual topics are also published.

The research project is funded as part of the academy program.

List of volumes

tape Author and title Editor / writer Publishing year
1 Alexandre d'Aphrodise , Commentaire perdu à la "Physique" d'Aristote (Livres IV-VIII) Marwan Rashed 2011
2 Essentialism. Alexandre d'Aphrodise entre logique, physique et cosmologie Marwan Rashed 2007
3 Les Commentaires de Simplicius et de Jean Philopon à la "Physique" d'Aristote. Tradition et innovation Pantelis Golitsis 2008
4th Commentary and Tradition. Aristotelianism, Platonism, and Post-Hellenistic Philosophy Perluigi Donini 2010
5 Forms and Concepts. Concept formation in the Platonic tradition Christoph Helmig 2012
6th Proclus , Tria Opuscula. Greek retro version with commentary Benedikt Strobel 2013

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Individual evidence

  1. see entry in the academy program at