ND   JMC : History of Medieval Philosophy / by Maurice De Wulf

229. Bibliography. -- JOURDAIN, op. cit., 160. F. WUSTENFELD, Die Uebersetzung arabischer Werke in das Lateinische (Abhandl. der Kön. Ges. d. Wissenschaften zu Göttingen, lxxii., 1877). STEINSCHNEIDER, Die Hebräischen Uebersetsungen des Mittelalters n. d. Jüden als Dometscher, 2 Bd., Berlin, 1893; Die Arabischen Uebersetzungen aus d. Griechischen; Die Europäischen Uebersetzungen aus d. Arabischen bis Mitte des 17 Jahrh., Vienna, 1904 (Akad. Wissensch. Wien). Excellent. See note by PÈRE MANDONNET, Siger de Brabant et l'Averroïsme latin (and edit. Louvain, in the press), pp. 9-11, on the translations of Aristotle. A. VACANT, Les versions latines de la Morale à Nicomaque, Paris, 5895. C. MARCHESI, L'Etica Nicomachea nella tradisione latina mediaevale, Messina, 1904. Utilizes data from Italian MSS.; publishes the Ethica vetus, nova, and L. Ethicorum. RENAN, op. cit., ch ii § 1-3. LUCQUET, Hermann l'Allemand (R. Hist. relig., 1905, t. 44, p. 407). Corrects errors about biography and authorship. 1. W. BROWN, An Inquiry into the Life and Legend of Michael Scot, London, 1897. On William of Moerbeke, see our Histoire de la philosophie en Belgique, 2nd edit., in the press. BAEUMKER has published the text of Avicebron's Fons Vitae in the Latin translation of D. Gundissalinus and John Hispanus (Beiträge, etc., i., 2-4, 1892-95). According to Baeumker, the translation of Alhacen's Optics is scarcely the work of Witelo, to whom it has been commonly attributed. FORSTER, De Aristotelis quae feruntur secreta secretornm Commentatio, Kiliae, 1888, and Scriptores Physiognomici, etc.. ii., pp. 188-222, Lipsiae, 1893. BARDENHEWER, Die Pseudo-Aristotelische Schrift. uber das reine Gute, Fribourg, 1882, pp. 37 and 51. There is also a Pseudo-Aristotelian work, De Anima. Cf. LÖWENTHAL, op. cit., 246. LUCQUET, Aristote et i'université de Paris pendant le xiiie Sc. (Bibl. Htes. Etudes, Sc. relig., xvi., 2, 1904). Studies the Council of 1250. The author announces a general work on the knowledge of Aristotle's writings and teachings in the Middle Ages. MANDONNET, Siger de Brabant, ch. i. See works of TALAMO, SCHNEID, CHOLLET, etc., 120. GUTTMANN, Die Scholastik d. xiii. Jahrh. in ihren Besiehungen z. Judenthum u. z. jüdischen Litteratur, Breslau, 1902: especially the preface; the author follows out those influences in separate chapters for the leading scholastics of the thirteenth century. WiTTMANN, Die Stellung d. hl. Thomas v. Aqnin zu Avencebrol, pp. 15-53 (quoted further on).

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