An Annotated Bibliography on Ibn Sînâ, 1970–1989: Including by Jules L. Janssens

By Jules L. Janssens

This Avicenna bibliography, the results of 20 years of study, seeks to proceed the paintings all started during this area by means of G.C. Anawati. New occasions produce new percentages, and certainly, with the arrival of the pc and inter-library networking, a renewed method turns into not just plausible but additionally a necessity.

In this bibliography, extra vast and systematic realization is paid to non-Western guides, specially Arabian, persian, Turkish and Russian. Of unique curiosity is the inclusion of a couple of Indian courses. The courses are ordered in accordance with a constant thematic department, with cross-references being supplied the place beneficial. Separate chapters are devoted to the clinical and clinical contributions, whereas the philosophical works are taken care of in ten chapters.

In all cases an creation is equipped which makes an attempt to stipulate either the mediaeval context of Avicenna's proposal and the particular kind of his considering. distinct realization is paid to biographical and bibliographical reports, in addition to to the 'Millenium' of courses that resulted from the Unesco backed 1980 memorial oth the millenium of Avicenna's start. ultimately, and actually most significantly, an overvieuw is given of the various variations or translations of Avicenna's paintings, that are pointed out based on the numbering of the vintage bibliographies of G. C. Anawati and M. Mahdavi. just about all courses are annotated with a precis presentation in their most unusual issues and a quick severe evaluation.

The textual content therefore serves as a primary orientation for the reader into the richness of Avicenna's legacy. In sum, this bibliography goals at supplying a transparent, concise and complete presentation of the cloth, and is hence an indispensible work-instrument for all destiny Avicenna research.

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S study, entitled: Influence de l'arabe sur la terminologie philosophique latine medievale, in : Aetas V Congr. Int. Phi/os. , 137-144. A. very precisely describes the different criteria one has to respect in order to be able to carry out a valid study of the arabo-Latin vocabulary, which really did influence medieval philosophy - All items are illustrated by concrete examples, mostly derived from the Avicenna Latinus. , Le "De Generatione et Corruptione" d'Avicenne en traduction latine medievale, in : Philosophie im MittelaIter.

GUTAS, Avicenna, 43-49, gives the conlplete translation of the introduction, in his usual way (see supra). 10. athfit (AN. 19; M. 105) - BADAWI, A. has edited this text in his Aris(u 'inda al- 'Arab. Cairo, 1947, 122-239, §§ 1-500, now reprinted at Kuwait, Wakalat al-matbu'at, 1978. 22 WORKS-EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS In view of GUTAS, Notes (see Bibliography, 17), this edition is in need of a serious revision. - GUTAS, Avicenna, 56-60 provides the translation of a Letter to an Anonymous Disciple (corresponds to Bad.

Berlin, 1900 (pp. 601-636, translates Ill, 3, 4). , Avicenna's Canon of Medicine, in: S. JARCHO, The Concept of Heart Failure. From Avicenna to Albertini. , Harvard Univ. Press, 1980, 1-16 (notes: 375-376). A. has prepared an English translation of Canon Ill, 9, 1, 8-9; Ill, 11, 1,2 and 5; Ill, 11, 2, 1-2 and 6-7 with great care. Besides to the Rome, 1593-edition, A. also paid attention to the Biilaq-edition, the Russian and Urdu translations of these sections, and consulted the Latin translation in its Venice, 1608-ecL as well as in its Venice, 1507-ed.

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