By Jules L. Janssens
This Avicenna bibliography, the results of two decades of analysis, seeks to proceed the paintings began during this area by way of G.C. Anawati. New occasions produce new percentages, and certainly, with the appearance of the pc and inter-library networking, a renewed technique turns into not just attainable but additionally a necessity.In this bibliography, extra vast and systematic realization is paid to non-Western courses, particularly Arabian, persian, Turkish and Russian. Of exact curiosity is the inclusion of a few Indian courses. The courses are ordered in response to a constant thematic department, with cross-references being supplied the place useful. Separate chapters are devoted to the medical and scientific contributions, whereas the philosophical works are handled in ten chapters.In all circumstances an advent is supplied which makes an attempt to stipulate either the mediaeval context of Avicenna's proposal and the particular kind of his pondering. detailed recognition is paid to biographical and bibliographical reports, in addition to to the 'Millenium' of courses that resulted from the Unesco backed 1980 memorial oth the millenium of Avicenna's delivery. eventually, and actually most significantly, an overvieuw is given of the various variations or translations of Avicenna's paintings, that are pointed out based on the numbering of the vintage bibliographies of G. C. Anawati and M. Mahdavi. just about all courses are annotated with a precis presentation in their most unique issues and a quick serious evaluation.The textual content therefore serves as a primary orientation for the reader into the richness of Avicenna's legacy. In sum, this bibliography goals at offering a transparent, concise and accomplished presentation of the fabric, and is therefore an indispensible work-instrument for all destiny Avicenna learn.
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Crit. de la trad. latine med. et Lexiques, par S. VAN RIET. Introd. doctrinale par G. VERBEKE. Louvain-Ia-Neuve, Peeters; Leiden, Brill, 1987, VIII + 88* + 336 pp. Liber quartus naturalium de actionibus et passionibus qualitatum primarum. Ed. crit. de la trad. latine med. et Lexiques, par S. VAN RIET. Introd. doctrinale par G. VERBEKE. Louvain-Ia-Neuve, Peeters; Leiden, Brill, 1989, 34* + 230 pp. All these six volumes fully deserve the qualification of critical edition. g. e. : the critical Latin apparatus, the Arabo-Latin apparatus and the 'notes' (treating the cases where no word by word-correspondence exists between the medieval Latin text and the original Arabic text).
A. is preparing a publication on this new discovery. 4. AI-In~af (AN. 6; M. ), were edited by A. BADA WI in his: Aris(Ct 'inda al- 'Arab. lat al-Matbfr'at, 1978. 5. Ishanlt wa-Tanbihat (AN. 3; M. 27). - Al-Ishdrat wa l-Tanbihat li Ibn Sina, ma'a shar~ Na~r aI-din rusf. Ed. S. DUNYA. 3 vol. Cairo, 1957-60. Repr. 4 vol. Cairo, Dar alma'arif, 1968-1971,518,467,321,176 pp. - MEHREN's 1891 partial edition of the last section has been reprinted in: Traites (cf. Infra, Minor Works, a 5). , N. 3. , Tarjama.
8, ch. 1-2 and b. 9, ch. 's Prior Analytics. Although the translation has merit, it is in need of correction. ) limited, both in number and in scope. 's own understanding of it. For some important corrections, see Logic, All. , Avicenna's Commentary on the Poetics ofAristotle. A Critical Study with an Annotated Translation of the Text. Leiden, Brill, 1974, 126 pp. A. offers a very valuable translation, based on Badawi's edition (Cairo, 1966), but supplemented with the earlier edition of D. MARGOLIOUTH, Analecta Orientalia ad Poeticam Aristotelicam.