By John Stuart Mill
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These are a few passages from the m a r g i n a l n o t e s published by Georr for the first time which deserve to be singled out for comment. Before I turn to the c o n t e n t s of Al-Hasan ibn Suwiir's commentary Richard Walzer The Arabic Translations of Aristotlt? on the argument of the Categories or rather what remains of it in the Paris MS, I have to point out that an editor of an Arabic commentary on a Greek philosopher makes his task unnecessarily difficult if he omits to compare cognate Greek texts.
Szrppl. I, 336 ff. G. Graf, Geschichte I, p. 122 ff. A. dersyr. , p. ) and his numerous pupils. Among the new texts are the rransiation of the Topics (Cf. above p 61 : I11 and beiow p. 8q n. I), of some of the treatises of Alexander of Aphrodisias and of the new logical treatise of Themistius (Cf. above p. 62: VII) by Abii 'U t hmtin Sa'id i bn Y acqiib ad-Dimashqi (+goo),known also as an eminent physician (Cf. M. Meyerhof, Volt Alexandrien, p. 424  G. Bergstriker, Httnain ibn Ishciq zind seine Schule (above p.
Fihrist p. , F1. from the Syriac of Ishgq ibn Hunain) and from the complete Hebrew translation of the Arabic version published by S. Landauer in 1903 (Commentaria i n Aristotclem Craeca V 5). VI) Several small treatises by Alexander of Aphrodisias, most of them lost in the Grcek original: ArisCP, pp. 251-277; 278-280; 281-2; 283; 284 f. (= Probl. I1 15. Script2 Minora I1 p. 59, 21-60, 31 Bruns); 286-288 (= Probl. I1 ii, p. 55, 18 ff. Bruns); 289-2903 291-292; 293294; 295-308 (with notes by Abii Bishr Matts).
An Examination of Sir William Hamilton's Philosophy: And of the Principal Philosophical Questions Discussed in His Writings by John Stuart Mill