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- The Categories (Gr**** Κατηγορίαι Katēgoriai; Latin Categoriae or Praedicamenta) is a text from Aristotle's Organon that enumerates all the possible kinds...
- The Categoriae decem, also known as the Ten Categories and as the Paraphrasis Themistiana, was a Latin summary of the Categories of Aristotle. It is thought...
- Aristotle that were not known to the Peripatetics. The Categories (Latin: Categoriae) introduces Aristotle's 10-fold classification of that which exists: substance...
- Cambridge University Press, 1961. "Al-Farabi's Long Commentary on Aristotle's Categoriae in Hebrew and Arabic", In Studies in Arabic and Islamic Culture, Vol....
- commentary on Euclid's Elements. Porphyry's introduction to Aristotle's Categoriae, called Isagoge, was important as an introduction to the study of logical...
- 1845–1918) Rudolf Carnap (Germany, 1891–1970) Lewis Carroll (UK, 1832–1898) Categoriae decem (Latin, fifth century) Gregory Chaitin (Argentina/US, born 1947)...
- expressly mentioned: on De Interpretatione, the Physica, Metaphysica, Categoriae, and the Nicomachean Ethics. A portion of the commentary on the Nicomachean...
- 1997–2006: Vol. I: Quaestiones super Porphyrius Isagoge et Aristoteles Categoriae, Franciscan Institute Publications, 1999. ISBN 978-1-57659-121-5 Vol....
- Other works include his Collectaeum, a homiliary, and glosses on the Categoriae decem. Heiricus Autissiodorensis or Altissiodorensis, Eric of Auxerre...
- comprises the following six works: The Categories (Gr****: Κατηγορίαι, Latin: Categoriae) introduces Aristotle's 10-fold classification of that which exists: substance...