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Aristotles Meteorology and its reception in the Arab world

with an edition and translation of Ibn Suwar"s "Treatise on meteorological phenomena" and Ibn Bajja"s "Commentary on the meteorology"
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Brill , Leiden
Meteorology, Ancient Western Philosophy, History of the Earth Sci
Statementby Paul Lettinck.
SeriesAristoteles Semitico-Latinus -- 10
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Paginationix, 505 p. ;
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ISBN 109004109331

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Aristotle's Physics and Its Reception in the Arabic World presents a survey of what Arabic philosophers, as commentators of Aristotle's Physics, have contributed to philosophy and science in the Middle investigates to what extent they influenced one another and to what extent they were influenced by previous Greek commentators.

Besides Ibn Bājja's commentary on the Physics, which had. Get this from a library. Aristotle's Meteorology and its reception in the Arab world: with an edition and translation of Ibn Suwār's Treatise on meteorological phenomena and Ibn Bājja's Commentary on the Meteorology.

[Paul Lettinck; Abū al-Khayr al-Ḥasan ibn Suwār Ibn al-Khammār; Avempace]. Aristotle's Physics and Its Reception in the Arabic World presents a survey of what Arabic philosophers, as commentators of Aristotle's Physics, have contributed to philosophy and science in the Middle investigates to what extent they influenced one another and to what extent they were influenced by previous Greek commentators.

Besides Ibn Bājja's commentary on the Physics, which Cited by: Lettinck, P. () Aristotle’s Meteorology and its Reception in the Arab World. Leiden. Leunissen, M. () “ The structure of teleological explanations in Aristotle: theory and practice,” OSAPh – “ Material Necessity and Meteorology vi 12,” in Kullmann, W.

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