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Open Access The Dialogue Xenedemos, or Voices, by Theodore Prodromos


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The Dialogue Xenedemos, or Voices, by Theodore Prodromos


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A Critical Edition, with English Translation.


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This paper offers the first critical edition of the dialogue Xenedemos, or Voices, by Theodore Prodromos (c. 1100-1170), together with an English translation and commentary. This work is dedicated to an analysis of the definitions of the five voices from Porphyry’s Isagoge. The publication of this good-humored scholarly text will allow for a better understanding of the development of logic studies in the 12th century, and also gives further insight into the nature of the tendencies within Byzantine intellectual circles of that period.


Affiliations: 1: Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities, St. Petersburg
 lydia.spyridonova@gmail.com
 ; 2: Russian Christian Academy for the Humanities, St. Petersburg
 andrey.kurbanov@gmail.com
 ; 3: Saint-Petersburg Mining University, National Research University Higher School of Economics
 goncharko_oksana@mail.ru


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This paper offers the first critical edition of the dialogue Xenedemos, or Voices, by Theodore Prodromos (c. 1100-1170), together with an English translation and commentary. This work is dedicated to an analysis of the definitions of the five voices from Porphyry’s Isagoge. The publication of this good-humored scholarly text will allow for a better understanding of the development of logic studies in the 12th century, and also gives further insight into the nature of the tendencies within Byzantine intellectual circles of that period.


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