Re: Luna wanted
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Chase <goya@u...> wrote:
> Does anybody have and/or know of a copy of the following
> which they might be willing to part ?4 /
> Commentaire sur les « Catégories » d'Aristote, Chapitres 2 à
> Simplicius ; trad. par Philippe Hoffmann ; avec la collab. deIlsetraut
> Hadot et Pierre Hadot ; commentaire par Concetta Luna. Paris : LesSorry, Michael, I thought maybe I had this volume, but the date did
> Belles Lettres, 2001. XIX-917 p. 4 index. (Anagôgê ; 1).
> Many TIA, Mike
> Michael Chase
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sound odd to me, and sure enough I have only the two earlier volumes
from 1990, the Intro and Chap 1. Actually I wasn't aware this one
was out. They also were published as a part of Philosophia Antiqua
series, as I recall, rather than Belles Lettres.
- Thanks Tim.
Let me say that in the Penelope Weaving thread I found your entries to be most illuminating and I think they stirred up some fine responses all around. Great stuff.
And thanks for getting those commentaries out at such reasonable prices
--- In email@example.com, Tim Addey <tim@...> wrote:
> Sorry Greg this volume is still having its updates checked, so we
> haven't gone to press as yet.... I guess its now more likely to be mid
> January before we get it back from the printers. And then a least a
> week before we can get a supply to Opening Mind.
> gregshaw58 wrote:
> > A question for Tim Addey... On the Prometheus Trust website it lists
> > the following:
> > Our next volume in the Platonic Texts and Translations Series will be
> > Damascius Lectures on the Philebus. We expect this to be available
> > from mid-December at £18. ISBN 978 1898910 48 0 176pp
> > I wanted to order this from Opening Mind, the US distributor of your
> > books, but as yet it is not listed. Can you give us an idea when the
> > Philebus commentary will be available?
> > thanks,
> > Greg Shaw
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