Les fragments arabes du Commentaire moyen d’ Averroès à l’ Éthique à Nicomaque

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Following Berman’s edition, this project takes a fresh look at the fragments of Averroes’ Middle Commentary on the Nicomachean Ethics that are contained in the Unicum of Fez. The Arabic text of Aristotle and the marginal notes, taken from Averroes’ Commentary, have been checked against the manuscript with occasional consideration of emendations proposed by Ullmann. The symbols used by the annotator of the text have been described. The marginal notes have been recontextualized and translated into French following comparison with the Greek text of Aristotle. Finally, by comparing Hermann’s Latin version of Averroes’ Commentary – which is currently being made into a scholarly edition – it has been possible to create a brief Latin-Arabic lexicon of the terms used by the translator from Toledo.

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