Grimbergen Boeken Antiquariaat: Boethius
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BARRETT, HELEN M.
Boethius, Some aspects of his times and works.
Cambridge University Press. 1940. Cloth.
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BOETHIUS
Boethius, Herausgegeben von Manfred Fuhrmann und Joachim Gruber
Darmstadt, Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft. 1984. Hard Cover.l 466 p. Register.
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Book number: 10608
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BOÈCE / BOETHIUS
Traités théologiques, Traduction et présentation par Axel Tisserand
Paris, Flammarion. 2000. Paperback.l 263 p.
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BOETHIUS
De Vertroosting der Wijsbegeerte. Vertaald en toegelicht door J.W. Schotman.
Wereldbibliotheek. 1924. Soft Cover.l 174 p. Kwetsbaar boekje. Deel v.h. ruggetje verdwenen, omslagje deels los van rug.
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Book number: 10609
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MARENBON, JOHN
Boethius
Oxford Univerrsity Press. 2003. Paperback.l 252 p. Index. Crack in spine.
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PORPHYRE
Isagoge, Texte grec, Translatio Boethii (Boethius)
Librairie philosophique J. Vrin. 1998. Soft Cover. Good.l Introduction (I-CXLII p.); 100 p. Index. Back hinge has light crack
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SCHRIMPF, GANGOLF
Die Axiomenschrift des Boethius De Hebdomadibus als philosophisches Lehrbuch des Mittelalters
Leiden, Brill. 1966. Cloth. Good.l 62 + 13 facs. plates.
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STEWART, HUGH FRASER
Boethius, An Essay
Edinburgh / London, William Blackwood and Sons. 1891. First Edition. Hard Cover.l 279 P. Index. 47 page publisher's list. Red Cloth, gilt title.Spine ends bumped. Previous ownerŽs name on French title page. Hugh Fraser Stewart's, "Boethius: An Essay" is a late-nineteenth century study of the great Roman philosopher/statesman Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius. Stewart begins with the question of Boethius' Christianity-a question that has remained open-ended ever since Renaissance scholars, to a certain degree, began to differentiate between the Boethius of Christian tradition and the Boethius of history. Our author then moves on to detail Boethius' life from his birth, to his duty as a Roman senator, up to his trial and shameful execution. Then Stewart provides a clear and concise summary upon the five books of the "Consolation of Philosophy," and ultimately brings to light the philosophical elements of the work, namely God, the universe, fortune, chance, evil, and free will and predestination. Next he analyses the five theological tractates attributed to Boethius and surfaces their subject matter, while coming to logical conclusions as to their authenticity of authorship. Also, H.F. Stewart surveys the multifarious editions of the "Consolatio" which were translated into the vernacular tongues of the Middle Ages, while stressing Boethius' influence on authors like Dante, Aquinas, and Chaucer. Finally, the author discusses the rise of the schoolmen, whose existence is owned, to a great extent, to the learned doctor Boethius. This work is essential for anyone wishing to study Boethius; it has provided itself as a model for Boethian scholarship since its publication; and after a hundred years, Stewart's work continues to rekindle interest in the great Boethius. 279 P. Hugh Fraser Stewart's, "Boethius: An Essay" is a late-nineteenth century study of the great Roman philosopher/statesman Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius. Stewart begins with the question of Boethius' Christianity-a question that has remained open-ended ever since Renaissance scholars, to a certain degree, began to differentiate between the Boethius of Christian tradition and the Boethius of history. Our author then moves on to detail Boethius' life from his birth, to his duty as a Roman senator, up to his trial and shameful execution. Then Stewart provides a clear and concise summary upon the five books of the "Consolation of Philosophy," and ultimately brings to light the philosophical elements of the work, namely God, the universe, fortune, chance, evil, and free will and predestination. Next he analyses the five theological tractates attributed to Boethius and surfaces their subject matter, while coming to logical conclusions as to their authenticity of authorship. Also, H.F. Stewart surveys the multifarious editions of the "Consolatio" which were translated into the vernacular tongues of the Middle Ages, while stressing Boethius' influence on authors like Dante, Aquinas, and Chaucer. Finally, the author discusses the rise of the schoolmen, whose existence is owned, to a great extent, to the learned doctor Boethius. This work is essential for anyone wishing to study Boethius; it has provided itself as a model for Boethian scholarship since its publication; and after a hundred years, Stewart's work continues to rekindle interest in the great Boethius.
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