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Ancient Commentators on Aristotle

Ancient Commentators on Aristotle project

Plaquette, bronze, Aristotle and Alexander of Aphrodisias, by Ulocrino, Italy (Padua), ca. 1500-25.The Ancient Commentators on Aristotle project began in 1985 under the direction of Richard Sorabji and aims to translate the principal Greek commentaries on Aristotle into English for the first time (along with a number of related philosophical texts from late antiquity). The project has been described by The Times newspaper as 'a massive scholarly endeavour of the highest importance'. 



Who's Who

  • General Editor: Professor Richard Sorabji
  • Co-Editor: Dr Michael Griffin
  • Associate Member: Professor Peter Adamson
  • Project Officer: Dr John Sellars 

Our work

To date over 100 volumes have been published, with a further 30 or so assigned or under consideration. A number of explanatory volumes have also been published, including a three-volume sourcebook on the philosophy of the ancient commentators (1: Psychology, 2: Physics, 3: Logic and Metaphysics). 

For further information please visit the Ancient Commentators on Aristotle website


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