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Texte et Commentaire de Contra Proclum XI

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Regarding the comment that extends each translated and annotated chapters of Contra Proclum XI, the author reminds a rule that accompanied each of his observations. One will find an annotated translation of each chapter Contra Proclum XI, followed by a comment which includes the following: the structure of the presentation or the argument (ie thematically sequences); an overview, followed in cases that seem to raise particular difficulties or of particular interest of the detailed analysis of some lemmas, and sometimes examining the axiomatic foundations mobilized. The coincidence of matter and form is established in the case of the individual and the individual is not strictly speaking 'natural, because the comparison is purely and simply the art of building, Proclus switches to the report absolute respect to the generation in fat in any generation. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: annotated translation; Contra Proclum XI; Proclus



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