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1 PROVISIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY for a new edition of ARISTOTLE`S
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PROVISIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHY
for a new edition of
ARISTOTLE'S PROTREPTICUS
compiled by D. S. Hutchinson and Monte Ransome Johnson
version of 2013 February 25
A. Primary Sources
1. Aristotle
a. Collections of fragments of Aristotle's lost works, including his
Protrepticus
b. Editions and translations of fragments of Aristotle’s Protrepticus
c. Editions and translations of papyri attributable to Aristotle's Protrepticus
d. Editions and translations of the Aristotle Corpus
e. Editions and translations of other lost works of Aristotle
2. Isocrates
3. Plato
4. Archytas of Tarentum
5. Heraclides of Pontus
6. Anonymous Iamblichi
7. Cicero
8. Clement of Alexandria (AD II-III)
9. Lactantius (AD III-IV)
10. Iamblichus of Chalcis (AD III-IV)
a. Manuscripts of the Protrepticus
b. Printed editions and translations of the Protrepticus
c. Editions and translations of other works of Iamblichus
11. Ancient Commentators
a. Aristocles of Messene (AD I)
b. Alexander of Aphrodisias (AD II)
c. Ammonius (AD V)
d. Proclus (AD V)
e. Olympiodorus the younger (AD V-VI)
f. Philoponus (AD VI)
g. Asclepius of Tralles (AD VI)
h. Elias (AD VI-VII)
i. David the Invincible Philosopher (AD VI-VII)
j. Anonymous Scholion on Cod.Par.Gr.2064
12. Boethius (AD V-VI)
13. Stobaeus (AD VI)
B. Secondary Sources (arranged alphabetically)
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A. Primary Sources
1. Aristotle
a. Collections of fragments of Aristotle's lost works, including his
Protrepticus
Flashar, H. Aristoteles: Fragmente zu Philosophie, Rhetorik, Poetik, Dictung. Darmstadt,
2006.
Gigon, O. Librorum deperditorum fragmenta = vol. iii of Aristoteles Opera. Berlin, 1987.
Gohlke, P. Aristoteles Fragmente. Paderborn, 1959.
Rose, V. Aristoteles pseudographus. Leipzig, 1863.
Rose V. Aristotelis qui ferebantur librorum fragmenta = 1463-1589 Opera Aristotelis, vol. v.
Berlin, 1870.
Rose V. Aristotelis qui ferebantur librorum fragmenta. Leipzig, 1886. Reprinted 1966.
Walzer, R. Aristotelis dialogorum fragmenta. Florence, 1934.
Ross, W. D. Select Fragments = vol. xii of The Works of Aristotle. Oxford, 1952.
Ross, W. D. Aristotelis fragmenta selecta. Oxford, 1955.
Zanatta, M. Aristotele I Dialoghi: testo greco a fronte. Milano 2008.
b. Editions and translations of fragments of Aristotle’s Protrepticus
Barnes, J. & G. Lawrence. “Fragments: Dialogues” pp. 2404-2416 of The Complete Works of
Aristotle vol. 2, ed. J. Barnes. Princeton, 1984.
Berti, E. Aristotele: Esortazione alla filosofia. Padua, 1969.
Berti, E. Aristotele: Protreptico: Esortazione alla filosofia. Turin, 2000.
Buela, A. El Protréptico de Aristóteles (Texto bilingüe griego-castellano traducción, notas y
comentarios), 1984. 2nd ed. 1993.
Casaglia, M. Aristotele: Protreptico: Esortazione alla filosofia. Florence, 2001.
Chroust, A. H. Aristotle’s Protrepticus. Notre Dame, 1964.
Düring, I. Aristotle’s Protrepticus: An Attempt at Reconstruction. Göteborg, 1961.
Düring, I. Der Protreptikos des Aristoteles. Frankfurt, 1969.
Follon, J. Aristote: Invitation à la philosophie. Paris, 2000.
Follon, J. (tr.) and P. Dulau (comm.), Aristote, Protreptique: invitation à la philosophie.
Paris, 2006.
Minca, B. & C. Partenie. Aristotel: Protrepticul. Bucharest, 2005.
Pelletier, Y. Aristote: Le Protreptique. Fragments ordonnés par Anton-Hermann Chroust
traduits par Yvan Pelletier d’après le texts grec colligé par W.D. Ross. 1999.
http://regislaurent.ifrance.com/textes/version%20imprimable.pdf.
Rodriguez, C. M. Aristóteles: Protreptico. Una Exhortacion a la Filosofia. Madrid, 2006.
Schneeweiss, G. Der Protreptikos des Aristoteles. Munich dissertation, 1966.
Schneeweiss, G. Aristoteles: Protreptikos. Hinführung zur Philosophie. Darmstadt, 2005.
Verhoeven, C. Aristoteles: Lof van de wijsbegeerte. Groningen, 1998.
van der Meeren, S. Exhortation à la Philosophie: Le dossier Grec Aristote. Paris, 2011.
von Fritz, K. and E. Kapp, Aristotle: Constitution of Athens and Related Texts. New York,
1950. Contains a translation of and commentary on Iamblichus, Protrepticus X in
Appendix 1.
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c. Editions and translations of papyri attributable to Aristotle's
Protrepticus
Cockle, H. M. P.Oxy 3659. The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LII: 59-62. London, 1984.
Decleva Caizzi, F. & M. S. Funghi. P.Vindob G 26008 & 29329. Su alcuni frammenti
filosofici della Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Varia Papyrologica = Studi e
Testi per il Corpus dei papyri filosofici greci e latini, 5: 49-99. Firenze, 1991.
Haslam, M.W. P.Oxy 3699. The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LIII: 15-23. London, 1986.
Vendruscolo, F. P.Oxy 666. Corpus dei Papiri Filosofici I.1: 269-279. Florence, 1989.
d. Editions and translations and commentaries of the Aristotle Corpus
Barnes, J. (ed.) The Complete Works of Aristotle: the revised Oxford translation (2 vols.,
Princeton, 1984).
Bekker, I. Aristotelis Opera ex recensione Immanuelis Bekkeri edidit Academia Regia
Borussica accedunt fragmenta scholia index aristotelicus (5 volumes, Berlin, 18311987).
Burnet, J. The Ethics of Aristotle: edited with an introduction and notes. London, 1900.
Crisp, R. (tr.) Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics. Cambridge, 2000.
Gauthier, R. A. and J. Y. Jolif, L’Éthique a Nicomaque. Louvain and Paris, 1970. 3 vols.
Smith J. A. and W. D. Ross (eds.) The Works of Aristotle Translated into English (12 vols.,
Oxford, 1908-1952).
e. Editions and translations of other lost works of Aristotle
Janko, R. Aristotle on Comedy: towards a reconstruction of Poetics II. (London 1984).
Janko, R. Aristotle: Poetics, with the Tractatus Coislinianus, reconstruction of Poetics II,
and the fragments of the On Poets (Indianapolis, 1987)
Janko, R. Philodemus: the Aesthetic Works. Vol. I/3: Philodemus, On Poems Books 3–4, with
the Fragments of Aristotle, On Poets (Oxford, 2011)
Moraux, P. A la recherché de l’Aristote perdu: La dialogue Sur la Justice. (Louvain 1957).
Searby, D. M. Aristotle in the Greek Gnomological Tradition. (Uppsala, 1998).
Schuhl, P.-M. et al. Aristote: De la richesse – De la prière – De la noblesse – Du plaisir – De
L’Éducation (fragments et témoignages). (Paris 1968).
2. Editions and translations of Isocrates
Mandilaras, B. G. (ed.) Isocrates: Opera Omnia. 3 vols. Leipzig, 2003.
Mirhady, D. C. & Y. L. Too. Isocrates I. Austin, 2000.
Norlin, G. Isocrates. Loeb Classical Library. 3 vols. Cambridge, MA and London, 1928.
Papillon, T. L. Isocrates II. (Austin, 2004).
3. Editions and translations of Plato
Cooper, J. and D. S. Hutchinson (ed.), Plato: Complete Works. Indianapolis and Cambridge,
1997.
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Slings, S. R. Plato: Clitophon. Cambridge, 1999.
Thompson, W. H. The Phaedrus of Plato. London, 1868.
4. Editions and translations of Archytas of Tarentum
Huffman, C. Archytas of Tarentum: Pythagorean, Philosopher, and Mathematician-King.
Cambridge, 2005.
Thesleff, H. The Pythagorean Texts of the Hellenistic Period Collected and Edited (Åbo,
1965), 2-48.
5. Editions and translations of Heraclides of Pontus
Heraclides of Pontus: Texts and Translation. Edited by E. Schütrumpf. Translators: P. Stork,
J. van Ophuijsen, and S. Prince. New Brunswick and London, 2008.
6. Editions and translations of the Anonymous Iamblichi
Mari, M. (ed. and trans.) Anonimo di Giamblico: La pace e il benessere (with a preface by D.
Musti, Milan, 2003).
7. Editions and translations of works of Cicero
Grilli, A. M. Tulli Ciceronis Hortensius: edited with a commentary. Milan, 1962.
Ruch, M. L’Hortensius de Ciceron—histoire et reconstruction. Paris, 1958.
Straume-Zimmermann, L. Ciceros Hortensius. Bern, 1976.
Shackleton-Bailey, D. R. Cicero: Letters to Atticus. N vols. Cambridge, MA and London,
1999.
Woolf, R. (tr.) and J. Annas (ed.), Cicero: On Moral Ends. Cambridge, 2001.
8. Editions and translations of works of Clement of Alexandria (AD II-III)
Stählin, O., ed. Clemens Alexandrinus. Erster Band: Protrepticus und Paedagogus. Berlin,
1972.
Stählin, O., ed. Clemens Alexandrinus. Zweiter Band: Stromata Buch I-VI. Berlin, 1960.
9. Editions and translations of Lactantius (AD III-IV)
McDonald, M. F., tr. Lactantius: The Divine Institutes. Washington, D. C., 1964.
10. Manuscripts, Editions and translations of works of Iamblichus of Chalcis
(AD III-IV)
a. Manuscripts of the Protrepticus:
B = Besançon, Bibl. Municipale 405, gr. 10 Omont, 7 Gollob, f. 60-106v.
C = Zeitz Stiftsbibliothek, 61 (32), 58-99v.
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D = Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, cod.Monac.gr.102, f. 64-112v
E = Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, cod.Monac.gr.392, f. 104-145
F = Florence, Bibl. Laurenziana, cod.Laur.86,3, f. 46v-82v.
G = Rome, Biblioteca Angelica 77 (olim A-2-16), p. 109-198.
H = Vatican City, Bibl. Apostolica Vaticana, cod.Palatinus.gr.94, f. 74v-130v
I = Vatican City, Bibl. Apostolica Vaticana, cod.Vaticanus.gr.322, f.1-27
J = Vatican City, Bibl. Apostolica Vaticana, cod.Vaticanus.gr.324, p. 62-111
L = Florence, Bibl. Laurenziana, cod.Laur.86,29, f. 89-154.
M = Venice, Bibl. Marciana, cod.Marc.gr.243, f. 45v-82.
N = Naples, Bibl. Nazionale, cod. Neap.Borbon.III-B-30, p. 74-132.
O = Oxford, Bodleian Library, cod.Bodl.Auct.T.1.20 (misc.198), f. 55v-101.
P = Paris, Bibl. Nationale, cod.Par.gr.2093, f. 48v-83v.
Q = Madrid, Bibl. Nacional, cod.O46 , f. 59-106.
R = Ravenna, Bibl. Classense, cod.381 (olim 139,6,G), f. 1-54.
S = Escorial, Realbiblioteca , cod.Υ-I-11, f. 51-93v.
T = Paris, Bibl. Nationale, cod.Par.gr.1981, f. 54v-94.
U = Escorial, Realbiblioteca (Bibl. du Monastère), cod.Υ-I-.1.
V = Vatican City, Bibl. Apostolica Vaticana, cod.Vaticanus.gr.1028.
W = Vienna, Staatsbibliothek, cod.Vindob.philos.gr.11, f. 112v-156v.
X = Torino, Bibl. Civica, cod.Taurinensis gr.146 Pasini (337 Cosentini), f. 39-68.
Z = Escorial, Realbiblioteca, cod.Φ-II-4.
b. Printed Editions and translations of the Protrepticus:
Arcerius, Ioh. Arcerius Theodoretus, ed. Iamblichi Chalcidensis De vita pythagorica et
Protrepticae orations ad philosophiam. Frankfurt, 1598.
Des Places, E. Jamblique: Protreptique. Paris, 1989.
Johnson, T. M. Iamblichus: The Exhortation to Philosophy. Orig. pub. 1920. Repr. Grand
Rapids, 1988.
Kiessling, T., Iamblichi Chalcidensis ex Coele-Syria Adhotatio ad philosophiam (Leipzig,
1813).
Pistelli, H. Iamblichi Protrepticus, Leipzig, 1888.
Romano, F. Giamblico: Summa pitagorica. Milan, 2006.
Schönberger, O. Iamblichos: Aufruf zur philosophie. Erste deutsche Gesamtübersetzung mit
zweisprachiger Ausgabe von Ciceros “Hortensius”. Würzburg, 1984.
c. Editions and Translations of other works of Iamblichus
Brisson, L. & A. Ph. Segonds. Jamblique: Vie de Pythagore. Paris, 1996.
Clark, E., J. M. Dillon & J. P. Hershbell (trans., comm.), Iamblichus: De mysteriis. Leiden,
2004.
Dueber, L. Iamblichi de vita pythagorica. Stuttgart, 1937. Revised by U. Klein, 1975.
Dillon, J. M. & J. Hershbell, Iamblichus: On the Pythagorean way of life. Atlanta, 1991.
Dillon, J. M. & W. Polleichtrer (ed., trans., comm..), Iamblichus of Chalcis: the letters.
Atlanta, 2009.
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Festa, N. De communi mathmatica scienta. Leipzig, 1891. Revised by U. Klein, Stuttgart,
1975.
Finamore, J. F. and J. M. Dillon (ed., trans., comm.), Iamblichus: De anima. Leiden, 2002.
Pistelli, H. Iamblichi in nicomachi arithmeticam introductionem. Leipzig, 1894. Revised by
U. Klein, 1975.
Urmson, J. O. Concerning the General Science of Mathematics by Iamblichus. Unpublished
manuscript, London: Institute for Classical Studies, text deposited 2000.
11. Editions and Translations of Ancient Commentators
a. Aristocles of Messene (AD I)
Chiesara, M. L. Aristocles of Messene: testimonia and fragments (Oxford 2001).
b. Alexander of Aphrodisias (AD II)
Barnes, J. et al., Alexander of Aphrodisias: On Aristotle’s Prior Analytics 1.1-7. Ithaca, NY,
1991.
Wallies, M. Alexandri Aphrodisiiensis in aristotelis analyticorum priorum librum I
commentarium (CIAG II 1). Berlin, 1883.
Wallies, M. Alexandri Aphrodisiiensis in aristotelis topicorum libros octo commentaria
(CIAG 2.2). Berlin, 1891.
c. Ammonius (AD V)
Wallies, M. Amonii in Aristotelis analyticorum priorum librum I commentarium (CIAG IV
pars VI). Berlin, 1901.
d. Proclus (AD V)
Friedlein, G. Procli Diadochi in primum euclidis elementorum librum commentarii. Leipzig,
1873.
Morrow, G. Proclus: a Commentary on the First Book of Euclid’s Elements. Forward by I.
Mueller. Princeton, 1970.
e. Olympiodorus the younger (AD V-VI)
Westerink, L. G. Olympiodorus: Commentary on the First Alcibiades of Plato. Amsterdam,
1956.
f. Philoponus (AD VI)
Giardina, G. R. Giovanni Filopono Matematico tra neopithagorismo e neoplatonismo:
Commentario alla Introduzione Aritmetica di Nicomaco di Gerasa: introduzione,
testo, traduzione e note (Catania 1999).
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g. Asclepius of Tralles (AD VI)
Taràn, L. Asclepius of Tralles: in Nicomachi Isagogen Arithm. Scholia I, Transactions of the
American Philological Society, NS 59.4 (Philadelphia 1969).
h. Elias (wrote circa AD VI-VII)
Busse, A. Eliae in prophyrii isagogen et Aristotelis categorias commentaria (CIAG supp.
vol.?). Berlin, 1900.
i. David the Invincible Philosopher (AD VI-VII)
Busse, A. Davidis prolegomena et in porphyrii isagogen (CIAG 18.2). Berlin, 1904.
Kendell, B. and R. W. Thomson, Definitions and Divisions of Philosophy by David the
Invincible Philosopher. Chico, CA, 1983.
j. Anonymous Scholion on Cod.Par.Gr.2064
Wallies, M. Ammonii in aristotelis analyticorum priorum librum I commentarium (CIAG
4.6), pp. ix-xii.
12. Boethius (AD V-VI)
Stump, E. Boethius's In Ciceronis topica. Ithaca, NY, 1988.
13. Editions of Stobaeus (AD VI)
Wachsmuth, C. and O. Hense (eds.), Ioannis stobaei anthologium (5 v. Berlin, 1958).
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Allan, D. J. Review of Rabinowitz. Classical Review, N.S. 9 (1959), 124-127
Allan, D. J. A passage from Iamblichus in praise of the contemplative life. Archiv für
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