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Aëtius, Aristotle And Others On Coming-To-Be And Passing-Away

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This chapter looks at passages in the De caelo and the De generatione et corruptione, On Coming To Be and Passing Away (GC) where the views of others on coming to be and passing away are reviewed and discussed by Aristotle. It focuses on the lemmata of Aët. 1.24 Diels and their immediate sources, viz., ps.-Plutarch and Stobaeus, in relation to passages in Aristotle and his tradition, and in Plato. The chapter also explains about Aët. 1.30 Diels in relation to passages in Aristotle and in relation to Aët. 1.24. Finally, it concerns with ps.-Galen's abstract from Aët. 1.1.2 plus 1.30 Diels, or rather from ps.-Plutarch's Placita, chapters 1.1.2 and 1.30.

Keywords:Aët. 1.24 Diels; Aët. 1.30 Diels; Aristotle; De caelo; Galen's abstract; Plato



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