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Transformation of the Roman World

(continued as Brill's Series on the Early Middle Ages)

It is the largest and most ambitious project ever undertaken to map a crucial period in Western civilisation. Some eighteen edited volumes will deal with the period of transition from the Late Roman Empire to the Early Middle Ages (4th-8th centuries) in Western and Central Europe.
A thoroughly interdisciplinary approach to each aspect of the momentous changes during this period ensures important and often unexpected findings. Each volume is the result of the fruitful interaction between archaeologists, historians, art historians, linguists, numismatists and other specialists. This huge research project is sponsored by the European Science Foundation and involves some 150 renowned European scholars.

Christopher C. W. Taylor

- standing both of particular topics and of particular dialogues. Catalin Partenie, ed., Plato’s Myths , Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2009, pp. xvi + 255, cloth, £55, ISBN 978-0-521-88790-8. Th is volume derives from a conference held at the Central European Uni- versity, Budapest, in 2005. After

Gábor Betegh

www.brill.nl/phro On the Physical Aspect of Heraclitus’ Psychology 1 Gábor Betegh Department of Philosophy, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary beteghg@ceu.hu Abstract Th e paper first discusses the metaphysical framework that allows the soul’s integration into the physical world. A

John F. Finamore

British Academy, University of Liverpool. In 2005 he received the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation East-Central European Research Fellowship, and he traveled to the American Centre of Oriental Research in Amman, Jordon, where he studied the connections between Neoplatonism and ancient cul- tures in the area

Medieval Neoplatonism

Remarks on hitherto Unknown Works on the Liber de Causis and the Elementatio theologica

Cristina D’Ancona

., 37 whose works according to Calma were important in the spread of Albert the Great’s influence in Central Europe as well as in the diffusion of Neoplatonism. 38 Still to the 14th century belongs the anonymous commentary dealing with 147 of the 211 propositions of Proclus’ Elements of theology

Leo Catana

Gruyter 137 152 Horn G. Historiae philosophicae libri septem. Quibus de origine, sucessione, sectis & vita philosophorum ab orbe condito ad nostram aetatem agitur 1655 Leiden Hsia R. P.-C. Social discipline in the Reformation, Central Europe 1550-1750 1989

Leo Catana

259 Horn G. Historiae philosophicae libri septem. Quibus de origine, successione, sectis & vita philosophorum ab orbe condito ad nostram aetatem agitur 1655 Leiden Hsia R. P.-C. Social discipline in the Reformation, Central Europe 1550-1750 1989 London