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Aristotle: Bibliographical Resources on His Logical and Metaphysical Works
Readers with Greek will find indispensable:
Hermann Bonitz, Index aristotelicum, First edition Berlin, 1870, reprinted by Walter de Gruyter, 1961.
A new Greek Lexicon of Aristotle's works is now available:
Aristotle. Edited by Roberto Radice, Electronic edition by Roberto Bombacigno, Milano: Biblia, 2005.
Readers without knowledge of Greek can see:
Wilson Organ Troy, An Index to Aristotle in English Translation, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1949 (reprinted in 1966, New York: Gordian Press).
From the Preface: "It is well-known that the Corpus Aristotelicum contains many passages which throw light on one another, but there has been no method by which the student of
Aristotle can easily discover this interrelationship. Bonitz' word index is of great help to advanced students of Aristotle in locating terms, but it is of little value to those who are interested in
attaining a well-rounded view of Aristotle's analysis of a particular subject. Students of Plato find Abbott's index to Jowett's translations of the dialogues invaluable; but students of Aristotle,
who are in much greater need of a synoptic apparatus, have no such work to which they may refer. Consequently, Aristotle is often studied as a biologist, or an orator, or a metaphysician, or an art
critic, or a political and moral philosopher without due attention being given to the light thrown upon a particular view by his other works. When approached in this manner Aristotle is open to
unnecessary misinterpretations; for example, he has been unduly Christianized by those who have attempted to comment upon the Politics or the Poetics without appreciating the relevance of his Ethics
and Metaphysics. The intricacies of his terminology and the variety of extant translations add to the difficulty. This English topical index should aid not only the philosopher, but also the student
of letters, politics, ethics, or psychology who seeks to evaluate Aristotle's contribution in a specific field.
In the preparation of this index the eleven volume English translation edited by W. D. Ross and J. A. Smith and published by the Oxford University Press (1908-1931) was used. The
page numbering is that of the Berlin Academy edition of the Greek text (1831-1870) edited by Immanuel Bekker. This pagination is listed in the margins of the Oxford translations and is likewise
indicated in most translations of Aristotle's works. In this pagination, 184 b 32, for example, refers to line 32 of the second column on page 1284 of the text."
CRITICAL EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS OF ARISTOTLE'S Categories
Traduçao do grego clássico, introduçao e notas feitas por José Veríssimo Teixeira da Mata.
CRITICAL EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS OF ARISTOTLE'S De interpretatione
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RESOURCES ON ARISTOTLE'S Metaphysics
On Aristotle's Metaphysics the most complete bibliography is:
Roberto Radice e vari collaboratori, La 'Metafisica' di Aristotle nel XX secolo. Bibliografia ragionata e sistematica, Seconda edizione riveduta,
corretta e ampliata, Presentazione di Giovanni Reale, Milano: Vita e Pensiero 1997.
English translation: Roberto Radice and Richard Davies, Aristotle's Metaphysics. Annotated Bibliography of the Twentieth-Century Literature, Leiden: Brill 1997.
From the Foreword by Giovanni Reale: "The historiography of philosophy, especially today, with the huge and unpredictable growth in publication, has need of annotated bibliography. Aiming to avoid
the Scylla of partialness and the Charybdis of mere cataloguing, the present volume aims not merely to collect most, but to describe much, of the astonishing amount of work that Aristotle's
Metaphysics has stimulated and continues to stimulate in our century.Roberto Radice undertook the labour of putting this bibliography together more than five years ago, and has worked at it
tirelessly and with great efficiency ever since, producing the first Italian edition in 1996. This sold out in less than a year, and the second, up-dated, edition appeared in 1997. It is on this
latter that Richard Davies has based his translation. My hope is that the reader will appreciate not only their vision of the importance of the instrument they have made available, but also the
commitment and passion that they and the other collaborators have brought to this undertaking.
The result of the editors' collaboration with the team of more than forty scholars world wide is a work that will surely be indispensable to anyone seeking to investigate the Metaphysics with an open
mind and without the blinkers of methodological or theoretical preconceptions. I am confident, therefore, that Aristotle's masterpiece will be more fruitfully exploited and more clearly seen for what
it is-one of the great and abiding legacies of ancient Greece."
CRITICAL EDITIONS OF THE BOOK GAMMA OF ARISTOTLE'S Metaphysics
Ross, William David. 1924. Aristotle's Metaphysics a Revised Text with Introduction and Commentary. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jaeger, Werner. 1957. Aristotelis Metaphysica. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Cassin, Barbara, and Narcy, Michel, eds. 1989. La Decision Du Sens. Le Livre "Gamma" De La "Métaphysique" D'Aristote. Paris: Vrin.
Introduction, texte, traduction et commentaire.
Traduzione italiana: La decisione di significare. Il libro Gamma delle Metafisica, edizione italiana a cura di Stefano Maso, Bologna, Zanichelli, 1997.