The Origins of Translation Theory: The LXX among Jewish Greek Writers
Ch. 3. P. 557-572.
The article discusses the origin of translation theory in the LXX translation with a special focus on its connection to Aristotle.
Book 405. , Tübingen : Mohr Siebeck, 2018
, , in : Девятые Смирновские чтения: материалы Международной научной конференции. М.: Современные тетради, 2015. : М. : Современные тетради, 2015. P. 63-64.
It is generally accepted that the logical hylomorphism goes back to the Aristotelian form versus matter dichotomy. However, the role of Aristotle as the founder of logical hylomorphism may be challenged. The aim of this paper is to answer the question: in what sense (if any) was Aristotle the father of logical hylomorphism? ...
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, Социологическое обозрение 2021 Т. 20 № 3 С. 129-148
Paul Ricœur’s essay “Practical Reason” was initially published in 1979, and later became part of the book Du texte à l’action: essais d’herméneutique II (1986), marking Ricœur’s transition from the general problems of the justification of hermeneutics as a legitimate philosophical discipline to the problems of practical philosophy in a broad sense. Relying on the ...
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, Вопросы языкознания 2014 № 5 С. 24-55
The Slavonic Bible was translated from Greek revealing textual correlations to the Septuagint. However in the majority of East Slavic manuscripts one can also observe indubitable Hebrew influences: there are numerous Hebraisms missing in the Septuagint while manifesting direct Slavic Jewish contacts; they are introduced to correct the traditional Slavonic translation of the biblical text. These Hebraisms are based ...
Added: October 7, 2014
, Philologia Classica 2018 No. 13-2 P. 247-264
The article aims at demonstrating that the Latin bird name sylvia used by modern zoologists originates from the Greek ὕλας, attested in several manuscripts of Aristotle's Historia animalium (592b22). Working on his Latin translation of this treatise in the 1450s-1470s, Theodore Gaza preferred the variant “πυρρὸς ὕλας” to other readings. He rendered πυρρός with a ...
Added: July 9, 2019
, Логико-философские штудии 2018 Т. 16 № 4 С. 377-393
A standard ancient account of why one should accept the sphericity of the Earth may seem smooth and unproblematic. It turns out, however, under closer examination that none of the ancient proofs is truly convincing. Most of them ignore considerations on which the system of Anaximenes was built. The only one that cannot be met ...
Added: February 14, 2019
, Общество: философия, история, культура 2022 Т. 1 № 93 С. 51-56
In this article, the author analyses disputes about violent movement which emerged in late antiquity between the IV and X centuries AD. The author examines the Aristotelian theories of motion. The author of the paper identifies two Aristotelian theories about violent movement. According to the first theory, a mover communicates motion to both the body ...
Added: May 27, 2023
, Общественные науки и современность 2013 № 5 С. 5-15
The article discusses the features of the Aristotelian tradition of studies in human behavior and the concept of justice that was focal to this tradition. An appeal to the Aristotelian tradition allows to revise critically the incontestability and productivity of relegating the role of ethics to the sphere of normative judgments that characterizes the approach ...
Added: October 24, 2013
Replacing מֶלֶך with ἄρχων in the LXX: Self-Censorship or Inner Development of the Jewish Tradition?
, , in : Die Septuaginta – Themen, Manuskripte, Wirkungen. : Mohr Siebeck, 2020. P. 302-314.
Theological and ideological changes in the LXX in most cases witness to developments that started long before and continued well after. The Greek translation was but one link – though often the most visible link – in the chain of such developments. The LXX rendering of מֶלֶך as ἄρχων is a link in the chain of “antimonarchic” developments that started with ...
Added: September 21, 2020
, ournal of Medieval and Humanistic Studies 2014 No. 27 P. 73-96
An anonymous Italian quodlibet (ca. 1310) discusses the posthumous fate of Aristotle, with arguments pro and contra. In spite of the apparently decisive denial of his having any hope of paradise, the questio leads us down some other avenues of the history of ideas and mentalities of the scholastic age. During the 13th century, the ...
Added: September 8, 2015
, Социологическое обозрение 2022 Т. 21 № 1 С. 264-283
The article presents a historical-philosophical study of the book The City and Man published in 1964 by the political philosopher Leo Strauss. Using a large amount of material, the author attempts to assess the place the book holds in Strauss’ legacy. Additionally, the author presents his own interpretation. Highlighting that The City and Man is ...
Added: October 28, 2022
, , Логос 2015 Т. 25 № 6 С. 45-67
This article offers a brief introduction into the political philosophy of theologian and philosopher Marsilius of Padua, set out in his treatise Defender of Peace. The article also attempts to describe this philosophy as one of the first secular political theologies. The authors show that the thinker’s works have not been sufficiently studied and therefore they turn ...
Added: February 24, 2016
, Философия. Журнал Высшей школы экономики 2017 Т. 1 № 4 С. 229-238
The article provides an overview of the creative evolution of well-known logic Alexander Karpenko (1946-2017), which held the position of head of the Department of logic Institute of philosophy Russian Academy of Sciences for seventeen years. I focus on his recent philosophical interests, in particular, on the most important idea of many possible worlds. Also, ...
Added: March 15, 2018
, Городские исследования и практики 2022 Т. 7 № 1 С. 75-83
Joachim Ritter’s classic work “The Big City” is devoted to a critical analysis of the philosophi- cal and theoretical position based on the negation of urban civiliza- tion. The work was written in the context of the increasing popularity of Martin Heidegger’s ideas, permeated by the cultural criticism of urban civilization. Rejection or “denunciation” of ...
Added: March 30, 2022
, Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология 2016 Т. 20 С. 929-939
Hosea 1:9 is often said to be dependent on Exodus 3:14-15. The article investigates the arguments adduced in favor of this hypothesis, namely the syntax of the Hebrew sentence, the masoretic accentuation, the syntax of the Old Greek translation and finds them less convincing than it is usually thought. ...
Added: February 2, 2023
, Философия. Журнал Высшей школы экономики 2018 Т. II № 1 С. 11-32
Abstract: This paper examines one attribute of the active intellect (νοῦς ποιητικός) — ἕξις (disposition, quality). In “De Anima” (III.) Aristotle characterizes νοῦς ποιητικός “as a kind of disposition (ὡς ἕξις τις), like light.” Why does Aristotle call the active intellect ἕξις? There are two difficulties here. () If ἕξις is some sort of quality or property (as ...
Added: July 10, 2018
Представления о загробной участи человека в масоретском тексте и старом греческом переводе книги Иова (Иов 14:10–15 и Иов 19:25–27)
, В кн. : Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология – XXIV (чтения памяти И. М. Тронского). Материалы Международной конференции, проходившей 22–24 июня 2020 г.: труды конференции. Ч. 2.: Институт лингвистических исследований РАН, 2020. С. 1141-1156.
The article focuses on the comparative analysis of two well-known fragments of Hebrew and Greek versions of the Book of Job, which are often perceived as the difference of views on personal eschatology. Christian exegesis sees Job as a forerunner of the belief in afterlife retribution and in resurrection of the dead. In contrast, many ...
Added: January 11, 2023
Философская пропедевтика с элементами логики, со вкусом неокантианства. Рецензия на книгу: А. Тренделенбург. Элементы логики Аристотеля / пер. с древнегреч., лат., нем. Б.А. Фохта, А.Г. Вашестова; предисл. М.Р. Дёмина, под общ. ред. Н.М. Дмитриевой
, Философские науки 2018 № 3 С. 146-153
A positive review of Adolf Trendelenburg’s book The Elements of Aristotle's Logic translated into Russian by B. Fokht and A. Vashestov proposes four reasons why it is worth reading today. In contrast to what its title suggests, none of them is connected to learning logic. We would recommend it rather to experienced readers, than to ...
Added: October 30, 2020
, Платоновские исследования 2017 Т. 7 № 2 С. 127-146
The article examines the origin of the philosophical myth of the cave cited in Cicero’s dialogue De natura deorum (2.95–96) and attempts to interpret this text. Cicero argues that the author of the myth is Aristotle, but does not mention the title of the work containing it. It is generally believed that the myth of ...
Added: January 27, 2018
Из истории ватиканского кодекса Urb. gr. 39: Анджело Вадио да Римини — читатель «Истории животных» Аристотеля
, Вспомогательные исторические дисциплины 2016 Т. 35 С. 359-385
Codex Urb. gr. 39 from the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana is a compound manuscript. Its first part, copied around 1464 by George Tzangaropoulos, contains Aristotle's Historia animalium provided with glosses by two hands. I studied Demetrius Chalcondyles' annotations elsewhere (2015); here I am analyzing those by Angelo Vadio, a little-known humanist from Rimini. Many of his glosses, apparently based on Theodore Gaza's ...
Added: July 13, 2019
, В кн. : Возможные миры. Семантика, онтология, метафизика. : М. : Канон+, 2011. Гл. 2. С. 23-39.
There were two tendencies in ancient philosophy: according to the first one, our universe is unique (the Eleatics, Plato, Aristoteles), while according to the other, there are several universes, similar or totally dissimilar to ours (the Pythagoreans, the Atomists). Proponents of the first theory diverged in their opinion on the universe’s eternity though. Supporters of ...
Added: March 12, 2013
, , Индоевропейское языкознание и классическая филология 2014 Т. 18 С. 842-852
The article deals with the recent discussion in the field of the Septuagint scholarship (mainly between A. Pietersma and M. Rösel) on the meaning of the expression εἰς τὸ τέλος in the superscriptions of the Greek Psalter. In the Hebrew Psalter superscriptions like this were mostly either performance directions, or directions with instrumentation, using specific ...
Added: December 2, 2022
Хайдеггер и Аристотель о techne и physis. Cтатья первая. Герменевтическое значение Аристотеля для формирования Хайдеггеровской мысли о технике
, Вестник РГГУ. Серия: Философия. Социология. Искусствоведение 2016 № 3 (5) С. 37-51
The paper deals with the evolution of Heidegger's theory of technology in context of his phenomenological interpretation of Aristotle's treatise Physica B,1. The principal hypothesis is that the interpretation of the relation between techne and physis builds a conceptual model which is typical for Heidegger's questioning concerning technology, i.e. his later theory of the dual-faced ...
Added: September 27, 2016
Самоопределение Бога в Исх 3:14: «Я есмь Сущий» или «Я Тот, кто Я есть»? Экзегеза современных интерпретаторов и грамматика древних текстов
, Государство, религия, церковь в России и за рубежом 2017 № 4(35) С. 162-186
M. Seleznev. God’s Self-Identification in Exodus 3.14: “I am the Being” or “I am who I am”? Modern Exegesis and Ancient Grammar The article compares two interpretations of God’s self-definition in Exodus 3:14. The first is the traditional “ontological” interpretation (“I am the One who really is”, “I am the Being”), which is represented in Philo and ...
Added: December 25, 2017
, В кн. : Полемическая культура и структура научного текста в Средние века и раннее Новое время. : М. : Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2012. Гл. 7. С. 174-195.
This article deals with the Suarez’ interpretation of the Aristotelian doctrine of the soul. Its originality lies not only in the fact that Suarez admits the active intellect as a natural ability of the soul, and thus the immortality of the soul, but also argues that when the soul is separated from the body, it ...
Added: March 17, 2013