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Gomez-Davila thinks of his aphorisms (escolios) as scholia, that is, annotations, explanations, glosses, or commentaries on philosophical questions, problems, and dilemmas.
the "Commentary" on Revelation contained in the Scholia in Apocalypsin is Cassian the Sabaite's product--one of the many "treasures" T.
the scholia on Homer's poems were published; first the Iliad and a
Perhaps, the scribe who wrote down this scholium misinterpreted his source and fused two scholia, calling a simply compound adjective metonymy.
More notably, the editor has done an excellent job in transcribing and editing the text from the Paris manuscript, reporting substantive variants from the Antwerp-London manuscript together with marginal scholia from both manuscripts and a commentary (mainly noting sources and parallels with AElfric's Grammar).
Filippo Mecozzi, now retired, is the author of Church Architecture: a Tentative Roman Catholic Prototype, 75 pages, available from Scholia Editions, 807 Glencairn Ave.
Marcus is certainly convincing in her claim that many past editions reflect past cultural assumptions, in her celebration of the 'vital revisionism' of recent Renaissance text-editorial scholarship, and especially perhaps in her insistence that we should question past editorial practice, and return from anything like a textus receptus and its accreted scholia to the primary textual evidence of the Renaissance editions.
Not everybody who survives combat learns what Paul Fussell did (Why didn't George Bush or Bob Dole;), so a compilation of his scholia is useful; although in the form of a memoir, that's what this book essentially is.
dagger] The Scholia offers never-before-translated documents of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Protestant and Roman Catholic moral theologians and philosophers.
7) But in the wake of the encyclical, Bonaventure studies were haunted by what came to be known as the "Bonaventurean question," that is, whether Bonaventure possessed a "Christian philosophy" distinct from his theology, a concern one can find expressed consistently in the scholia to the Quarrachi editions.
Here he makes the case for the existence of Cassian the Sabaite as a first-class Christian intellectual, following the study and critical edition of his other texts included in the same codex as the Scholia in Apocalypsin, which were originally attributed to Origen.
Civil violence: review article', Scholia 8 (1999) 120-126.