O Tratado do Impulso e da Faculdade Impulsiva de Alexandre de Afrodísia e sua versão em Miguel de Éfeso
AbstractAfter a presentation of Michael’s version of a part of Alexander’s De anima called On Impulse, follow Portuguese translations of Alexander’s De anima 73,14 – 80, 15, Michael of Ephesus’ commentary on Aristotle´s De motu 114, 22 – 116, 14, and Alexander’s Mantissa 105, 26 – 106, 17, accompanied by very brief notes.
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Zingano, M. (2008). O Tratado do Impulso e da Faculdade Impulsiva de Alexandre de Afrodísia e sua versão em Miguel de Éfeso. Journal of Ancient Philosophy, 2(2), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1981-9471.v2i2p1-22
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