The project began in 1987 and in 2012 published its 100th volume. A further 30 or so volumes are planned.
Simplicius records attacks on Aristotle's claim that time requires change, or consciousness. He reports a rebuttal of the Pythagorean theory that history will repeat itself exactly. He evaluates Aristotle's treatment of Zeno's paradox concerning place.
On Aristotle's Physics . -5, 10-14 book
On Aristotle's Physics . -5, 10-14 book. In his last five chapters, Aristotle argues that if time did not entail change its passage would be undetectable, and that time, by definition countable, requires the existence of conscious beings to do the counting. J. O. Urmson's translation serves as a companion to his earlier translation of the Corollaries on Place and Time, in which Simplicius sets forth his own views as distinct from those of Aristotle.
CAG Guide to ACA Volumes. The following guide lists ACA volumes according to the plan of the CAG, with commissioned volumes noted. SIMPLICIUS On Aristotle Physics . -5 and 10-14 Translated by J. Urmson, 1992. SIMPLICIUS Corollaries on Place and Time Translated by J. Urmson with L. Siorvanes, 1992.
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Similar books and articles. On Aristotle's Physics . -5, 10-14. Simplicius & Urmson - 1992. Alexander of Aphrodisias. On Aristotle Metaphysics . lexander of Aphrodisias. implicius. On Aristotle Physics . hiloponus. Simplicius on Continuous and Instantaneous Change Neoplatonic Elements in Simplicius' Interpretation of Aristotelian Physics Simplicius Over Continue En Instantane Verandering : Neoplatoonse Elementen in Simplicius' Interpretatie von de Aristotelische Fysica. Simplicius, Hermann Urmson & Diels - 1989 -.
This companion to J. Urmson's. 2012 the first volumes of plato andexample eternity cicero.
Unlike Simplicius, Philoponus doesn’t quote from the presocratics so I presume he relies on secondary material. I’m not sure why book 1 was divided into two volumes as neither is particularly long. I find Philoponus’s train of thought difficult to follow at times and this book was nowhere as interesting as I thought it was going to be. It is a good example of scholarship from Late Antiquity.
On Aristotle Physics . -5 and 10-14. On Aristotle Physics 5-8 On Aristotle on the Void. P. Lettinck J. Urmson. On Aristotle Metaphysics 5. W. Dooley. On Aristotle Physics 7. C. Hagen. -5, 10-14 : translated by . Place of Publication: Ithaca, . Uniform Title: Original Author: Simplicius, of Cilicia. Publisher: Cornell University Press. Publication Year: 1992.