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By Georg Wöhrle, Gotthard Strohmaier

Entsprechend der grundlegenden Zielsetzung der Neuedition der vorsokratischen Philosophen in der Editionsreihe Traditio Praesocratica, wesentlich die Überlieferungswege und Überlieferungsintentionen der jeweiligen Zeugnisse zu dokumentieren, ist die variation der ersten milesischen Philosophen des 6. Jh. v. Chr., Thales, Anaximander und Anaximenes, chronologisch angeordnet (von Platon und Aristoteles bis Albertus Magnus). Im zweiten Band der Reihe werden die ca. 500 griechischen, lateinischen, syrischen, arabischen undhebräischen Textzeugnisse zu Anaximander und Anaximenes mit deutscher Übersetzung abgedruckt. Sie sind mit erläuternden Anmerkungen, gegebenenfalls einem kritischen Apparat und vor allem einem Similienapparat versehen, der die jeweiligen Traditionsstränge nachzuvollziehen hilft.

The variation of the works of the 3 sixth-century BC Milesian philosophers, Thales, Anaximander and Anaximenes, follows the chronological association (from Plato and Aristotle to Albertus Magnus) of the underlying inspiration of the hot version of Pre-Socratic philosophers ? that's to rfile their transmission and the intentions at the back of a few of the traditions. The Greek, Latin and Syro-Arabian textual facts is gifted including a German translation. The texts are supplemented through explanatory footnotes, a severe apparatusand, specially, an equipment directory similia to help the certainty of the branches of transmission. large indices make sure that the volumes are effortless to take advantage of. the 1st quantity files the proof for Thales: a complete of a few six hundred references and texts.

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Daher überschwemme er in seiner Fülle das niedrig liegende, flache Ägypten. 1 γράμμα im Gegensatz zum πίναξ des Anaximander. Vgl. Conche 1991, 25 f. , Anm. three. 2 Der Περιήγησις oder Γῆς περίοδος. eighty two Diodoros Siculus – Marcus V. Vitruvius Th 83 Bibl. Hist. nine. three. three Ὅτι οἱ Μιλήσιοι ἀκολουθῆσαι βουλόμενοι τῷ χρησμῷ Θάλητι τῷ Μιλησίῳ [τῶν ἑπτὰ σοφῶν] τὸ ἀριστεῖον ἐβούλοντο δοῦναι τὸν δ᾽ εἰπεῖν ὡς οὐκ ἔστι πάντων σοφώτατος, συμβουλεύειν δὲ πρὸς ἕτερον πέμπειν σοφώτερον. τούτῳ δὲ τῷ τρόπῳ καὶ τῶν ἄλλων τῶν ἑπτὰ σοφῶν ἀποποιησαμένων τὸν τρίποδα Σόλωνι δίδοσθαι δοκοῦντι πάντας ἀνθρώπους ὑπερβεβλῆσθαι σοφίᾳ τε καὶ συνέσει. τὸν δὲ συμβουλεῦσαι τοῦτον ἀναθεῖναι Ἀπόλλωνι‧ τοῦτον γὰρ εἶναι σοφώτερον πάντων. Sim. (Auszeichnung des Thales/Umlauf des Dreifußes) Th 52 (w. s. ); (Thales, einer der Sieben Weisen) Th 20 (w. s. ) Didymos Chalkenteros Th 84 Symp. Fr. four Schmidt, s. Th 201 (Clem. Al. Strom. 1. 14. sixty one. 2–3) Marcus V. Vitruvius Th 85 De architectura 2. 2. 1 (ed. Callebat) Thales primum aquam putauit omnium rerum esse principium. Heraclitus Ephesius, qui propter obscuritatem scriptorum a Graecis Σκοτεινός est appellatus, ignem; Democritus quique est eum secutus Epicurus atomos, quas nostri insecabilia corpora, nonnulli indiuidua uocitauerunt. Sim. (Prinzip Wasser) Th 29 (w. s. ) Th 86 Arch. 7. praef. 1–2 (ed. Liou/Zuinghedau) Maiores cum sapienter tum etiam utiliter instituerunt in line with commentariorum relationes cogitata tradere posteris, ut ea non interirent, sed singulis aetatibus crescentia uoluminibus edita gradatim peruenirent uetustatibus advert Diodoros Siculus – Marcus V. Vitruvius eighty three Th 83 Historische Bibliothek nine. three. three Die Milesier wollten den Siegespreis der höchsten Weisheit Thales verleihen. Nach dessen Ablehnung gelangt er zu allen Sieben Weisen und zu Solon, der ihn dem Apollon zu weihen rät. Didymos Chalkenteros (2. Hälfte 1. Jh. v. Chr. ) Th 84 Nach Clemens weist Didymos den Spruch „Bürge, und schon ist das Unheil da“ dem Thales zu. Marcus V. Vitruvius (Ende 1. Jh. v. Chr. ) Th 85 Über Architektur 2. 2. 1 Die Ansichten der Naturphilosophen über die Grundstoffe, Thales’ Wasser. Th 86 Über Architektur 7. Vorwort 1–2 Ohne die schriftliche Überlieferung der Alten, der maiores, wüssten wir nichts über die Vergangenheit, auch nicht, welche Ansicht Thales und andere Naturphilosophen über die Natur der Dinge gehabt haben. eighty four Marcus V. Vitruvius summam doctrinarum subtilitatem. Itaque non mediocres sed infinitae sunt his agendae gratiae quod non inuidiose silentes praetermiserunt, sed omnium generum sensus conscriptionibus memoriae tradendos curauerunt. [2] Namque si non ita fecissent, non potuissemus scire quae res in Troia fuissent gestae, nec quid Thales, Democritus, Anaxagoras, Xenophanes reliquique physici sensissent de rerum natura, quasque Socrates, Platon, Aristoteles, Zenon, Epicurus aliique philosophi hominibus agendae uitae terminationes finissent, seu Croesus, Alexander, Darius ceterique reges quas res aut quibus rationibus gessissent, fuissent notae, nisi maiores praeceptorum comparationibus omnium memoriae advert posteritatem commentariis extulissent.

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