Aristotle, 384-322 BC (philosopher)
- Existence: 384-322 BC - -322
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Compositions and notes on Aristotle and Plato
Contains 179 folios: a series of 32 philosophical disputations, nos 1-25 on the soul (fos 4-133) and nos 26-32 on Aristotle's Metaphysics (fos 134-167). On fos 169-173 is an analytical table of the series, imperfect at the end. Attached to fo. 178 is a broadside, Assertiones ex universa philosophia decerptae, by John Ducket (Lagos, 1655).
In Latin and Greek.
Includes disputations and questions. pp. 2 and 396-7 suggest that the MS. was compiled as an exercise by a student residing in Cagliari, Sardinia. Inside front cover: 'Samuel Sandars 1869', and note by Sandars, whose bookplate is at p. i.
(fo. i) list of contents for Greek text; (fo. 1) 'Historia Animalium', Greek, 'the text of Bekker with the variants of the edition of Aubert and Wimmer' - section numbers are given and the pages of Bekker's edition inserted in the margin; (fo. i) note of leaves on which the separate books of the Latin version begin; (fo. 1) 'Historia Animalium', Latin; (fo. 522) 'index animalium'.
(fo. 1) title in English; (fo. i) preface; (fo. xix) summary of contents; (fo. 1) text; (fo. 1) notes in English and Greek; (fo. 216) index to notes. The translation has evidently been prepared for the press, but was never printed.