Glossae - Scholia - Commentarii: Studies on Commenting Texts in Antiquity and Middle Ages by Mieczyslaw MejorGlossae - Scholia - Commentarii: Studies on Commenting Texts in Antiquity and Middle Ages by Mieczyslaw Mejor

Glossae - Scholia - Commentarii: Studies on Commenting Texts in Antiquity and Middle Ages

EditorMieczyslaw Mejor, Katarzyna Jazdzewska, Anna Zajchowska

Hardcover | December 15, 2014

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The role of commentary as a basic method of research used broadly in both Classical Antiquity and the Middle Ages still awaits further analysis. Commentary as a research and didactic method becomes especially interesting in a multicultural perspective: were Buddhist and Arabic texts commented in the same way as it was done by late antique and medieval scholars? The extensive medieval commentary literature still awaits scholarly assessment from the perspective of theory of literature as well as methodology and history of various scientific disciplines.
Mieczysław Mejor, a medievalist and neo-latinist, is Professor in the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Head of the Chair of Medieval and Neolatin Literature, Institute of Classical Philology and Culture Studies, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw (Poland). Katarzyna Jażdżewska, a Helleni...
Title:Glossae - Scholia - Commentarii: Studies on Commenting Texts in Antiquity and Middle AgesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:8.27 × 5.83 × 0.98 inPublished:December 15, 2014Publisher:Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der WissenschaftenLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Contents: Dorota Muszytowska: Qumran Pesharim as an Example of an Accommodative Commentary – Marek Mejor: Buddhist Tradition in Quest of the Authenticity and the True Meaning of the «Word of the Buddha» (buddha-vacana) – Katarzyna Pachniak: The Muslim Tradition of Commentary: Ibn Rushd’s (Averroes’s) Commentaries on the Works of Aristotle – Adam Bednarczyk: Prose Criticism in the Bush Warbler’s Hideout: Mumyōzōshi as the Earliest Literary Critical Commentary on Genji monogatari – Paweł Dziadul: Andrew of Caesarea’s Commentary on the Book of Revelation and Its Role in Medieval Orthodox Slavonic Literature – Dominika Budzanowska: Hieronymus’ Revision of Victorinus’ Commentary and Augustine’s Summary of Tyconius’ Rules – Angelika Modlińska-Piekarz: Byzantine Theory of Paraphrase in Rhetorical Treatises and Commentaries and the Original Version of Theon’s Progymnasmata – Krzysztof Morta: Ancient Commenting Literature and the Etymologies of Isidore of Seville – Filip Doroszewski: Commenting with Hexameter. The Imagery of Light and Darkness in Nonnus’ Poetic Exegesis of John 3:1-21 – Adam Poznański: Some Remarks on the Super Esaiam of Pseudo-Joachim of Fiore – Izabella Andrzejuk : Aristotélisme ou thomisme ? La dispute sur le caractère du discours de l’éthique dans le Commentaire de saint Thomas à L’Éthique à Nicomaque – Artur Andrzejuk : Le commentaire de Thomas d’Aquin à Liber de causis - odyssée de textes et de conceptions à travers les cultures, les époques et les écoles philosophiques – Dorota Gacka: Features of an Explanatio in Three Commentaries from Around the End of the Middle Ages. Some Observations on Commentum of John of Dąbrówka and on Commentaries on Theodulus and Facetus (Lyon 1514) – Krzysztof Bracha: Commentaries on the Decalogue in the Late Middle Ages: Between Method and Catechesis. Poland in the European Context. The State of Research and Perspectives – Agnieszka Maciąg: «Spiritu ambulate», id est racionis ductu. Fifteenth-Century Latin Glosses on the Apostolic Letters.