Re: Another Parmenides Commentary?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, John Dilon <jmdillon@...> wrote:
>but I think
> > I don't have the fragments translated by Chaignet in front of me,
> > that it is this text :Sequel to
> > George Pachymeres, Commentary on Plato's Parmenides [Anonymous
> > Proclus' Commentary], edited and translated by T.A.Gadra,S.M.Honea,
> > P.M.Stinger and G.Umholtz, introduction by L.Westerink,ascribed to the
> > Athènes/Paris/Bruxelles, Académie d'Athènes/Vrin/Ousia, 1989
> > According to L.Westerink, this text "can nomw confidently be
> > well-known Byzantine churchman, historian and scholar GeorgePachymeres
> > (13th). It thus becomes the only extant Plato commentary of thelater
> > Byzantine period, after the closing of the Athenian andAlexandrian schools."
> > F.Fauquier
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: vaeringjar
> > To: email@example.com <mailto:neoplatonism%
> > Sent: Tuesday, February 27, 2007 11:09 PMParmenides
> > Subject: [neoplatonism] Another Parmenides Commentary?
> > I was just rereading parts of the translation of Proclus'
> > Commentary by Morrow and Prof. Dillon, and I noticed something inChaignet's
> > Morrow's introduction that caught my attention. He refers to
> > earlier translation and how Chaignet also included some othertexts in
> > his translation, such as parts of the Platonic Theology andDamascius'
> > commentary on the Parmenides, texts that Morrow chose not toinclude.
> >commentary on
> > But he also mentions that Chaignet included another later
> > the Parmenides in this selection of extra texts. I have neverheard of
> > this work, and Morrow doesn't elaborate on it. Is this someanonymous
> > text? Do we know anything about it, such as its date? Thanks.Thanks to both of you for the information.
> > Dennis Clark
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Yes, quite right, that is what it is. JMD