Les Commentaires de Simplicius et de Jean Philopon à  la by Golitsis Pantelis

By Golitsis Pantelis

In Greek overdue Antiquity philosophy outlined itself specifically during the interpretation of authoritative texts similar to Plato's dialogues or the treatises of Aristotle. This paintings appears on the final past due old commentaries on Aristotle's Physics, the pagan Simplicius and the Christian Philoponus (both sixth cent. AD). Golitsis demonstrates how otherwise the 2 contemporaries interpreted the philosophical culture and the way this led them to deducedifferent routes to discovering the reality.

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Cela a ØtØ clairement Øtabli par E. Évrard qui, en Øtudiant le Commentaire sur la Physique, a pu montrer quil refl›te un dØveloppement par « leÅons » et anticipe en cela les commentaires issus plus tard de ladite École dOlympiodore, dans lesquels la succession des « leÅons » est explicitement signalØe dans les manuscrits, à laide de la formule « 1m oXr B 56 Cf. Ph. Hoffmann, « Damascius », p. 577 – 578 ; voir aussi, sur la question de la paternitØ du premier livre de lIn De caelo, de mani›re plus dØtaillØe, du mÞme auteur, Recherches sur la tradition manuscrite du Commentaire de Simplicius au De caelo dAristote, Th›se de doctorat UniversitØ Paris IV-Sorbonne, Paris, 1981, p.

31 : sur lengendrement du temps. Chapitre 2. La tradition commentariste ou les prØsupposØs exØgØtiques On peut affirmer que les Commentaires de Simplicius et de Philopon sinscrivent dans un cadre scolaire, quoique de faÅon diffØrente. Le Commentaire de Philopon sur la Physique est le fruit dune sØrie de cours assurØs à Alexandrie, et celui de Simplicius, bien que purement littØraire, manifeste parfois des traits dune pensØe pØdagogique quil sest faÅonnØe sans doute à lØpoque de son apprentissage à Alexandrie et, plus tard, à Ath›nes.

Westerink, ProlØgom›nes à la philosophie de Platon, p. XI, Øtablit la date de naissance dAmmonius entre 435 et 445. Si Ammonius Øtait encore vivant en 517, il aurait donc entre 72 et 82 ans. Étant donnØ quOlympiodore, dont le Commentaire sur les MØtØorologiques est postØrieur à 565, peut difficilement avoir suivi les cours dAmmonius sur le Gorgias avant 515 (cf. 8 – 10), il faudrait peut-Þtre placer sa mort entre 515 et 517. Ce faisant, il utilisait Øvidemment des matØriaux provenant des cours dAmmonius.

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