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Grammar and philosophy in late antiquity

a study of Priscian"s sources

by Anneli Luhtala

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Published by John Benjamins in Amsterdam .
Written in English


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StatementAnneli Luhtala.
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The Physical Object
Paginationx, 171 p. :
Number of Pages171
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Open LibraryOL22620536M
ISBN 109027245983

In the year c.e., in a monastery scriptorium in the northwest corner of Ireland, some 3, explanations of Latin grammatical points in the language of Old Irish were added by a pair of scribes to a precious manuscript of the Institutiones grammaticae (Elements of Latin Grammar) by the late antique scholar Priscian (Hofman ; Stokes and Strachan ).   Grammar and Philosophy in Late Antiquity: A study of Priscian’s sources. Von Anneli Luhtala.

Frede's distinctive approach to the history of ancient philosophy is closely tied to his specific interests within the field - the Hellenistic philosophers and those of late antiquity, who are the primary subjects of this book. Stephen Hawking, and Leonard Mlodinow, The Grand Design, p.5 [Bantam Book, , ] Editorial Essays Index. Western Philosophy. Classical Languages [K] Prescriptive Grammar. Ancient Philosophy. Greek Philosophy. Why I am a Platonist [K] Hellenistic Philosophy; Philosophy in Late Antiquity. The Grammar of Philoponus's Statement [K].

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