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作者 Barney, Stephen A
書名 The Etymologies of Isidore of Seville
出版項 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2006
©2006
國際標準書號 9780511219016 (electronic bk.)
9780521837491
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (489 pages)
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附註 COVER -- HALF-TITLE -- TITLE -- COPYRIGHT -- DEDICATION -- CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- NOTE TO THE READER -- INTRODUCTION -- Introduction -- Historical background -- Chronology -- Life and works -- The sources of the Etymologies -- The character of the Etymologies -- The influence of the Etymologies -- Editions of the Etymologies and this translation -- Bibliography -- Modern editions and translations of the Etymologies -- Modern editions and translations of other works by Isidore -- Further reading -- Additional sources -- Two definitive bibliographies of works on Isidore -- THE ETYMOLOGIES -- Analytical table of contents -- Book I Grammar (De grammatica) -- i. Discipline and art (De disciplina et arte) -- ii. Thesevenliberal disciplines (De septemliberalibus disciplinis) -- iii. The common letters of the alphabet (De litteris communibus) -- iv. The Latin letters (De litteris latinis) -- v. Grammar (De grammatica) -- vi. Theparts of speech (De partibus orationis) -- vii. The noun (De nomine) -- viii. The pronoun (De pronomine) -- ix. The verb (De verbo) -- x. The adverb (De adverbio) -- xi. The participle (De participio) -- xii. The conjunction (De conjunctione) -- xiii. The preposition (De prepositione) -- xiv. The interjection (De interjectione) -- xv. Letters in grammar (De litteris apud grammaticos) -- xvi. The syllable (De syllaba) -- xvii. Metrical feet (De pedibus) -- xviii. Accents (Deaccentibus) -- xix. Accent marks (De figuris accentuum) -- xx. Punctuated clauses (De posituris) -- xxi. Critical signs (De notis sententiarum) -- xxii. Common shorthand signs (De notis vulgaribus) -- xxiii. Signs used in law (De notis iuridicis) -- xxiv. Military signs (De notis militaribus) -- xxv. Epistolarycodes (Denotis litterarum) -- xxvi. Finger signals (De notis digitorum) -- xxvii. Orthography (De orthographia) -- xxviii. Analogy (De analogia)
xxix. Etymology (De etymologia) -- xxx. Glosses (De glossis) -- xxxi. Differentiation (De differentiis) -- xxxii. Barbarism (De barbarismo) -- xxxiii. Solecisms (Desoloecismis) -- xxxiv. Faults (De vitiis) -- xxxv. Metaplasm (De metaplasmis) -- xxxvi. Schemas (Deschematibus) -- xxxvii Tropes (De tropis) -- xxxviii. Prose (De prosa) -- xxxix. Meters (De metris) -- xl. The fable (De fabula) -- xli. History (Dehistoria) -- xlii. The first authors of histories (De primis auc-toribus historiarum) -- xliii. The utility of history (Deutilitate historiae) -- xliv. The kinds of history (De generibus historiae) -- Book II Rhetoric and dialectic (De rhetorica et dialectica) -- i. Rhetoric and its name (De rhetorica eiusque nomine) -- ii. The founders of the art of rhetoric (Deinventoribus rhetoricae artis) -- iii. The term 'orator' and the parts of rhetoric (De nomine oratoris et partibus rhetoricae) -- iv. The three kinds of arguments (De tribus generibus causarum) -- v. The two states of legal arguments (De gemino statu causarum) -- vi. The tripartite dispute (De tripertita controversia) -- vii. The four parts of an oration (De quattuor partibus orationis) -- viii. The five types of cases (De quinque modis causarum) -- ix. Syllogisms (De syllogismis) -- x. Law (De lege) -- xi. The maxim (De sententia) -- xii. Confirmation and refutation (De catasceva et anasceva) -- xiii. Prosopopoeia (De prosopoeia) -- xiv. Ethopoeia (De ethopoeia) -- xv. Kinds of questions (De generibus quaestionum) -- xvi. Style (De elocutione) -- xvii. The three registers of speaking (De trimodo dicendi genere) -- xviii. Clause, phrase, and sentence (De colo, commate, et periodis) -- xix. Faults to be avoided in letters, words, and expressions (De vitiis litterarum et verborum et sententiarum cavendis) -- xx. Combinations of words (De iuncturis verborum)
xxi. Figures of words and of expressions (De figuris verborum et sententiarum) -- xxii. Dialectic (De dialectica) -- xxiii. The difference between the arts of rhetoric and dialectic (De differentia dialecticae et rhetoricae artis) -- xxiv. The definition of philosophy (De definitione philosophiae) -- xxv. Porphyry's Isagoge (De Isagogis Porphyrii) -- xxvi. Aristotle's categories (De categoriis Aristotelis) -- xxvii. The De interpretatione (De perihermeniis) -- xxviii. Logical syllogisms (De syllogismis dialecticis) -- xxix. The division of definitions abbreviated from the book by Marius Victorinus (Dedivisione definitionum ex Marii Victorini libro abbreviata) -- xxx. Topics (De topicis) -- xxxi. Opposites (De oppositis) -- Book III Mathematics (De mathematica) -- Mathematics (Mathematica) -- i. Words belonging to the study of arithmetic (De vocabulo arithmeticae disciplinae) -- ii. Originators of mathematics (De auctoribus eius) -- iii. What a number is (Quid sit numerus) -- iv. What numbers do for us (Quid praestent numeri) -- v. The first division, of even and odd numbers (De prima divisione parium et inparium) -- vi. The second division of all numbers (De secunda divisione totius numeri) -- vii. The third division of all numbers (De tertia divisione totius numeri) -- viii. The differences between arithmetic, geometry, and music (De differentia arithmeticae, geometriae et musicae) -- ix. How many infinite numbers exist (Quot numeri infiniti existunt) -- x. The inventors of geometry, and its name (De inventoribus geometriae et vocabulo eius) -- xi. The fourfold division of geometry (De quadripertita divisione geometriae) -- xii. Geometrical figures (De figuris geometriae) -- xiii. Geometric numbers (De numeris geometricae) -- Music (De musica) -- xiv. Music and its name (De musica et eius nomine) -- xv. The inventors of music (De inventoribus eius)
xvi. The power of music (Quid possit musica) -- xvii. The three parts of music (De tribus partibus musicae) -- xviii. The threefold division of music (De triformi musicae divisione) -- xix. The first division of music, which is called harmonic (De prima divisione musicae quae harmonica dicitur) -- xx. The second division, which is called organicus (De secunda divisione, quae organica dicitur) -- xxi. The third division of music, which is called rhythmic (De tertia divisione, quae rythmica nuncupatur) -- xxii. Musical numbers (De numeris musicis) -- Astronomy (De astronomia) -- xxiv. The name of astronomy (De astronomiae nomine) -- xxv. The inventors of astronomy (De inventoribus eius) -- xxvi. Those who established astronomy (De institutoribus eius) -- xxvii. The difference between astronomy and astrology (De differentia astronomiae et astrology (De differentia astronomiae et astrologiae) -- xxviii. Astronomical reckoning (De astronomiae ratione) -- xxix. The world and its name (De mundo et eius nomine) -- xxx. The shape of the world (De forma mundi) -- xxxi. The sky and its name (De caelo et eius nomine) -- xxxii. The position of the celestial sphere (De sphaerae caelestis situ) -- xxxiii. The movement of this same sphere (De eiusdem sphaerae motu) -- xxxiv. The course of the same sphere (De eiusdem sphaerae cursu) -- xxxv. The speed of the sky (De celeritate caeli) -- xxxvi. The axis of heaven (De axe caeli) -- xxxvii. The celestial polar regions (De caelestibus polis) -- xxxviii. The poles of the heavens (De cardinibus caeli) -- xxxix. The vaults of heaven (De convexis caeli) -- xl. The doorways of heaven (De ianuis caeli) -- xli. The twin faces of the sky (De gemina facie caeli) -- xlii. The four parts of heaven (De quattor partibus caeli) -- xliii. The hemispheres (De hemisphaeriis) -- xliv. The five circles of heaven (De quinque circulis caeli)
xlv. The circle of the zodiac (De zodiaco circulo) -- xlvi. The bright circle (De candido circulo) -- xlvii. The size of the sun (De magnitudine solis) -- xlviii. The size of the moon (De magnitudine lunae) -- xlix. The nature of the sun (De natura solis) -- l. The course of the sun (De cursu solis) -- li. The effect of the sun (De effectu solis) -- lii. The path of the sun (De itinere solis) -- liii. The light of the moon (De lumine lunae) -- liv. The shapes of the moon (De formas lunae) -- lv. Interlunar intervals (De interluniis) -- lvi. The path of the moon (De cursu lunae) -- lvii. The proximity of the moon to the earth (De vicinitate lunae ad terras) -- lviii. Eclipse of the sun (De eclipsi solis) -- lix. Eclipse of the moon (De eclipsi lunae) -- lx. The differences between stars, star clusters, and constellations (De differentia stellarum, siderum, et astrorum) -- lxi. The light of stars (De lumine stellarum) -- lxii. The location of the stars (De stellarum situ) -- lxiii. The course of the stars (De stellarum cursu) -- lxiv. The changing course of the stars (De vario cursu stellarum) -- lxv. The distances between the stars (De stellarum intervallis) -- lxvi. The orbital number of the stars (De circulari numero stellarum) -- lxvii. Planets (De stellis planetis) -- lxviii. Precession and antegrade motion of stars (De praecedentia et antegradatione stellarum) -- lxix. Recession or retrograde motion of stars (De remotione vel retrogradatione stellarum) -- lxx. The standing of stars (De statu stellarum) -- lxxi. The names of the stars and the reasons for these names (De nominibus stellarum, quibus ex causis nomina acceperunt) -- Book IV Medicine (De medicina) -- i Medicine (De medicina) -- ii The term 'medicine' (De nomine eius) -- iii The inventors of medicine (De inventoribus medicinae)
iv The three schools of medicine (De tribus haeresibus medicorum)
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