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Nosce te ipsum : animam tuam Deum : Predigt 3 des Basilius Caesariensis in der Übersetzung des Rufinus : kritische Ausgabe des lateinischen Textes mit Einleitung, griechischer Fassung und deutscher Übersetzung


Marti, Heinrich (2012). Nosce te ipsum : animam tuam Deum : Predigt 3 des Basilius Caesariensis in der Übersetzung des Rufinus : kritische Ausgabe des lateinischen Textes mit Einleitung, griechischer Fassung und deutscher Übersetzung. Berlin: de Gruyter.

Abstract

This publication provides the first comparison and commentary on two critical editions of the same sermon. Few texts have been preserved both in the original language and in the language of the target audience. The third sermon of Basil is completely accessible in both versions as the homilia secunda Basilii of Rufinus. Just how reliable the Latin translators are is of great importance for both theology and philosophy. For example, did Rufinus of Aquileia translate precisely, or interpret freely? In the past theology and philosophy have not contributed significantly to understanding such translations. There has been a lack of critical analyses of texts and literary studies, a gap that is filled by this commentary.

Abstract

This publication provides the first comparison and commentary on two critical editions of the same sermon. Few texts have been preserved both in the original language and in the language of the target audience. The third sermon of Basil is completely accessible in both versions as the homilia secunda Basilii of Rufinus. Just how reliable the Latin translators are is of great importance for both theology and philosophy. For example, did Rufinus of Aquileia translate precisely, or interpret freely? In the past theology and philosophy have not contributed significantly to understanding such translations. There has been a lack of critical analyses of texts and literary studies, a gap that is filled by this commentary.

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Item Type:Monograph
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Department of Greek and Latin Philology
Dewey Decimal Classification:470 Latin & Italic languages
480 Classical & modern Greek languages
Language:German
Date:2012
Deposited On:03 Dec 2012 15:25
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 16:07
Publisher:de Gruyter
ISBN:978-3-11-025849-3

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