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2. filosofia medieval de línguas orientais, sécs. x-xi

al-biruni, ca. 973-1048

Textos

AL-BIRUNI, M., On transits. A study of an arabic treatise entitled Tamhid al-mustaqarr li-tahqiq ma`na al-mamarr. Tr. by M. Saffouri and A. Ifram. With a Commentary by E. S. Kennedy. Sources and studies in the history of the exacts sciences, 1. Beirut, American University of Beirut, 1959. 201 p. [USP]

AL-BIRUNI, M., The exhaustive treatise on shadows. Tr. and commentary by E. S. Kennedy. Institute for the history of arabic science. Aleppo, University of Aleppo, 1976. 2 vols. [UNICAMP]

AL-BIRUNI, The chronology of Ancient nations. An English version by C. D. Sachau of the Arabic text of the Athâr-ul-bâkiya of Albîrûnî or Vestiges of the past. London, 1879. Frankfurt, Minerva, 1969. XVI+464 p. [USP]

Comentadores

ADANG, C., Muslim writers on Judaism and the Hebrew Bible: from Ibn Rabban to Ibn Hazm. Islamic philosophy, theology, and science, 22. Leiden, Brill, 1996. 320 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

BUCCIANTINI, M., et al., eds. Mechanics and cosmology in the Medieval and early Modern period. Biblioteca di Nuncius, 64. Firenze, Olschki, 2007. XV+210 p. [USP]

CROMBIE, A. C., ed., Scientific change: historical studies in the intellectual, social and technical conditions for scientific discovery and technical invention, from antiquity to the present. New York, Basia, 1963. 896 p. [UNICAMP]

FANTINI, B. ed., Western medical thought from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. Tr. A. Shugaar. Cambridge, Harvard UP, 1998. 478 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

GRMEK, M. D., ed., Histoire de la pensée medicale en Occident. T. 1. Antiquité et Moyen Âge. Tr. M. L. B. Broso. Paris, Seuil, 1995. [UNICAMP] [USP]

GRMEK, M. D., ed., Western medical thought from antiquity to the Middle Ages. Tr. A. Shugaar. Cambridge, Harvard UP, 1998. 478 p. [USP]

HOYLAND, R., Muslims and others in early Islamic society. The formation of the classical Islamic world, 18. Aldershort, Ashgate, 2004. XXXIV+363 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

NASR, S. H., An introduction to islamic cosmological doctrines: conceptions of nature and methods used for its study by the Ikhwan al-Safa, al-Biruni, and Ibn Sina. Albany, SUNY, 1993, rev. ed. XXV+322 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

NASR, S. H., Science and civilisation in Islam. Cambrigde, The Islamic Texts Society, [1968] 19872. 388 p. [USP]

PINES, S., Studies in Arabic versions of Greek texts and in Mediaeval science. The Collected works of Shlomo Pines, 2. Jerusalem, Magnes / Hebrew University, 2000. IX+468 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

PINES, S., Studies in Islamic atomism. Tr. M. Schwarz, ed. by T. Langermann. Jerusalem, Magnes / Hebrew University, 1997. IX+212 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

SMITH, D. E., and KARPINSKI, L. C., The Hindu-Arabic numerals. London, Ginn, 1911. VI+160 p. [USP]

SCHEPPLER, B., Al-Biruni: Master astronomer and influential muslim scholar of Eleventh-century Persia. Great Muslim philosophers and scientists of the Middle Ages. New York, Rosen Central, 2006. 112 p.*

al-farabi, ca. 870-ca. 950

Sobre Platão e Aristóteles

ALFARABIUS, De Platonis philosophia. Ed. F. Rosenthal et R. Walser. Plato arabus edidit R. Klibansky. CPMA, Plato arabus, II. Londini, in ædibus Instituti Warburgiani, 1943. New York, Kraus Reprint, 1980. 43 p. [USP]

ALFARABIUS, Compendium Legum Platonis. Ed. et Latine vertit F. Gabrieli. Plato arabus edidit R. Klibansky. CPMA, Plato arabus, III. Londini, in ædibus Instituti Warburgiani, 1952. New York, Kraus Reprint, 1980. XIV+37 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, La philosophie de Platon, ses parties, l’ordre de ses parties, du commencement jusqu’a la fin. Tr. et annote par O. Sedeyn et N. Levy. Paris, Allia, 2002. 2013. 43 p. [UNICAMP]

AL-FARABI’S Commentary and short treatrise on Aristotle’s De interpretation. Tr. whith an intr. and notes by F. W. Zimmermann. Classical and medieval logic texts, 3. Oxford, UP, [1981] 1991 rev. ed. CLII+287 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

AL-FARABI, Short commentary on Aristotle’s Prior analytics. Tr., intr. and, notes by N. Rescher. Pittsburgh, UP, 1963. 132 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

AL-FARABI’s, Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle. Tr. and intr. by M. Mahdi. Foreword by C. E. Butterworth and T. L. Pangle. New York, Free Press of Glencoe, 1962. Ithaca, Cornell UP, 2001. XXXV+158 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, L’armonia delle opinioni dei due sapienti, il divino Platone e Aristotele. Intr., testo aravo, tr. e commento di C. M. Bonadeo. Pisa, Plus, 2008. XVI+270 p. [USP]

De scientiis et De intellectu

ALFARABI, Opera omnia a quae latina lingua conscripta reperiri potuerunt. [De scientiis, tr. Gerardus Cremonensis. De intellectu et intellecto, tr. Anonyma]. Ed. G. Camerarius. Paris, 1638. Frankfurt, Minerva, 1969. 64 p. [USP]

ALFARABI, Über den Ursprung der Wissenschaften (De ortu scientiarum). Eine mittelalterliche Einleitungsschrift in die Philosophie Wissenschaften. Hrsg. von C. Baeumker. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie des Mittelalters, XIX, 3. Münster, Aschendorff, 1916. 31 S. [PUC]

AL-FARABI, De scientiis. Tr. latina de Domingo Gundisalvo. Ed. M. Alonso Alonso. Madrid, Maestre, 1954. 181 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, Über die Wissenschaften: die Version des Dominicus Gundissalinus. De scientiis: secundum versionem Dominici Gundisalvi. Hrsg. M. Lutz-Bachmann. Herders Bibliothek der Philosophie des Mittelalters, 9. Freiburg, Herder, 2006. 232 S. [USP]

AL-FARABI, Über die Wissenschaften. Nach der lateinischen Übersetzung Gerhards von Cremona. Übersetzt, mit einer Einleitung und Anmerkungen hrsg. von F. Schupp. Philosophische Bibliothek. Hamburg, F. Meiner, 2008. LXXXIV+365 S. [USP]

AL-FARABI, Catálogo de las ciencias. Ed. y tr. por Á. Gonzalez Palencia. Madrid, Maestre, 19532. 176 p. [UNESP]

AL-FARABI, De intellectu in GILSON, É., Les sources gréco-arabes de l’augustinisme avicennisant. Notes sur le texte original arabe du “de intellectu” d’Al-Farabi. Paris, Vrin, 1986. 159 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, L’épitre sur l’intellect. Tr., annoté et presenté par D. Hmanzah. Paris, L’Harmattan, 2001. 109 p.*

AL-FARABI, Épître sur l’intellect. Intr., tr. et commentaires de P. Vallat. Sagesses médiévales, 10. Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 2012. LXXXI+231 p.

A cidade virtuosa

AL-FÂRÂBÎ, Risâla fî ârâ’ ahl al-madîna al-fâdila (Der Musterstaat). Hrsg. und übers. von F. Dieterici. 1895. Islamic philosophy, 14. Institut für Geschichte der arabisch-islamischen Wissenschaften, 1999.

AL-FARABI, Idées des habitants de la cité vertueuse. Tr. avec intr. et notes par Y. Karam et al. Institut français d’archéologie orientale, 1949. Beyrouth, UNESCO / Commission libanaise pour la traduction des chefs-d’œuvre, 1980. 127 p.

AL-FARABI, La ciudad ideal. Presentación M. Cruz Hernández. Tr. M. Alonso Alonso. Madrid, Tecnos, 1985. 19952. L+131 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

AL-FARABI, On the perfect state (Mabadi ara ahl al-madinat al-fadilah). Revised text with intr., tr., and commentary by R. Walzer. [Oxford, UP, 1985]. Great books of the Islamic World. Chicago, KAZI, 1998. XIII+571 p. [UNICAMP]

AL-FÂRÂBÎ, La città virtuosa. A cura di M. Campanini. Milano, BUR, 20083. 328 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

AL-FARABI, Traité des opinions des habitants de la cité idéale. Intr. et tr. T. Sabri. Études musulmanes, 31. Paris, Vrin, 1990. 158 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

AL-FARABI, Le livre du régime politique. Intr., tr. et commentaires de P. Vallat. Sagesses médiévales, 11. Paris, Les Belles Lettres, 2012. 268 p.

AL-FARABI, Die Prinzipien der Ansichten der Bewohner der vortrefflichen Stadt. Hrsg. und übersetzer v. C. Ferrari. Reclam, Philipp, 2009. 163 p.

AL-FARABI, O livro dos princípios das opiniões dos habitantes d’A cidade excelente. Tr. M. Attie Fo. Livre Docência. São Paulo, USP, 2010. 246 p. [USP]

AL-FÂRÂBÎ, Abû Nasr, Opinions des habitants de la cité vertueuse (كتاب آراء اهل المدينة الفاضلة). Texte, tr. critique et commentaire par A. Cherni. Ensemble Abû Nasr al-Fârabi, 1. Sagesses musulmanes. Beyrouth / Paris, Albouraq, 2011. 330 p.

AL-FÂRÂBÎ, Abû Nasr, La politique civile ou Les principes des existants (لسياسة المدنية الملقب بمبادىء الموجودات). Texte, tr. critique et commentaire par A. Cherni. Ensemble Abû Nasr al-Fârabi, 2. Sagesses musulmanes. Beyrouth / Paris, Albouraq, 2012. 221 p.

Diversas

AL-FARĀBĪ / ISMĀʿĪL AL-FĀRĀNĪ, Das Buch der Ringsteine Farabis († 950). Mit dem Kommentare des Emir Isma’il el-Ḥoseini el Farani (um 1485). Übersetzt und erläutert von M. Horten. Mit Beigabe eines Faksimiles aus dem Autograph Isma’ils. Beiträge zur Geschichte der Philosophie des Mittelalters, V, 3. Münster, Aschendorff, 1906. XXVIII+510 S. [PUC]

AL-FARABI, De l’obtention du bonheur. Tr. et annote par O. Sedeyn et N. Levy. Paris, Allia, 2005. 124 p.

AL-FARABI, The political writings: “Selected aphorisms” and other texts. Tr. and annotated by C. E. Butterworth. Ithaca, Cornell, UP, 2004. XIII+179 p. [UNICAMP] [USP]

AL-FARABI, Obras filosóficas y políticas. Ed. y tr. de R. Ramón Guerrero. Madrid, Trotta, 2008. 252 p. [UFABC] [UFSCar] [USP]

AL-FARABI, El camino de la felicidad (Kitab al-tanbih ’alà sabil al-sa’ada). Tr., intr. y notas de R. Ramón Guerrero. Pliegos de Oriente. Madrid, Trotta, 2002. 82 p. [UFSCar] [USP]

AL-FARABI, El libro de las letras. Segunda parte: El origen de las palabras, la filosofía y la religión. Tr., intr. y notas de J. A. Paredes Gandía. Pliegos de Oriente. Madrid, Trotta, 2004. 106 p. [UFSCar] [USP]

AL-FARABI, Philosopher à Bagdad au Xe siècle. Religion, philosophie, poésie. Intr. A. Benmakhlouf, tr. S. Diebler. Paris, Seuil, 2007. 239 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, Aphorismes choisis. Tr. et intr. par S. Mestiri et G. Dye. Paris, Fayard, 2003. 235 p. [USP]

AL-FÂRÂBÎ, Abû Nasr, La religion al-Milla. Texte, tr. critique et commentaire par A. Cherni. Ensemble Abû Nasr al-Fârabi, 2. Sagesses musulmanes. Beyrouth / Paris, Albouraq, 2012. 115 p.

Coletâneas

AL-FARABI, From The political regime in BROWN, C., et al., eds., International relations in political thought: texts from the ancient Greeks to the First World War. Cambridge, UP, 2002. XII+617 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, Kitab Al-huruf: O livro das letras [excertos] in de BONI, L. A., org., Filosofia medieval: textos. Porto Alegre, Ed. da PUC-RS, [2000] 20052, revista e ampliada. 431 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, “The book of letters” in ALI KHALIDI, M., ed., Medieval Islamic philosophical writings. Cambridge texts in the history of philosophy. Cambridge, UP, 2005. XLVIII+186 p. [UFABC] [UFSCar] [UNICAMP] [USP]

AL-FARABI, On concepts in RUNES, D. D., ed., Classics in logic. Readings in epistemology, theory of knowledge and dialectics. New York, Philosophical Library, 1962. XIV+818 p. [USP]

AL-FARABI, “Tradução de um capítulo de Al-Farabi sobre a palavra ‘ser’” in ISKANDAR, J. I., Tradução do árabe para o português do tratado I da obra “Al-Mabda’wa al-Ma ‘Ad” (A origem e o retorno) de Avicena. Doutorado em Filosofia, UNICAMP. Campinas, UNICAMP, 1997. Vol II. [UNICAMP]

CAPELLE-DUMONT, P., BOULNOIS, O., et al., éds., Philosophie et théologie au Moyen Âge. Anthologie, Tome II. Paris, Cerf, 2009. 474 p. [USP] {NA}

HYMAN, A., and WALSH, J. J., eds., Philosophy in the Middle Ages. The Christian, Islamic, and Jewish Traditions. New York, Harper & Row, 1967. Indianapolis, Hackett, 19833. 2010. X+805 p.* [UFABC] [UNESP] [UNICAMP] [USP]

McGINNIS, J., and REISMAN, D. C., Classical Arabic philosophy: an anthology of sources. Indianapolis, Hackett, 2007. XXXI+427 p.* [UFABC]


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