ΣΧΟΛΗ
Ancient Philosophy
and the Classical Tradition

A Journal of the Centre for Ancient Philosophy
and the Classical Tradition

ISSN 1995-4328 (Print) ISSN 1995-4336 (Online)

Special Issue
THE NEOPYTHAGOREANS

INTRODUCTION
Language: Russian
Issue: ΣΧΟΛΗ 3.1 (2009) 9-65
A general introduction by Eugene Afonasin (Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition, Novosibirsk University). The purpose of this introduction is to present and comment on relevant texts from the time of Cicero onward. In the first section the author discusses the problem of "Revived" Pythagoreanism in the 1th c. B.C.E., proceeding with Eudorus of Alexandria, the image of Pythagoras and the Pythagoreans in Roman period (the legend of Pythagoras, Philostratus, The Live of Apollonius), and finishing with some evidence on numerological speculations in Judeo-Christian and Gnostic Tradition (esp. the Gnostics in Hippolytus', Refutatio).

TRANSLATIONS

MODERATUS OF GADES
Language: Russian
Issue: ΣΧΟΛΗ 3.1 (2009) 66-90
A general introduction by John Dillon (Trinity College, Dublin), a Russian translation, annotations and indices
by Eugene Afonasin (Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition, Novosibirsk University).
The first annotated Russian translation of few fragments by Neopythagorean philosopher (first c. B.C.E. - 1 c. C.E.) Moderatus of Gades.

NICOMACHUS OF GERASA
Language: Russian
Issue: ΣΧΟΛΗ 3.1 (2009) 91-205
A general introduction by John Dillon (Trinity College, Dublin). An annotated Russian translation of the Introduction to Arithmetic and Manual of Harmonics by Neopythagorean philosopher Nicomachus of Gerasa (the first century A. D.), prepared by Andrej Schetnikov (ΣΙΓΜΑ: The Centre for Educational Projects, Novosibirsk) [Introduction], Timothy Myakin (Novosibirsk University), and Ludmila Alexandrova (Novosibirsk conservatory) [Manual]. These short treatises, important for the history of ancient mathematics and musical theory, is completely translated into Russian for the first time.

Cf. also the Manual of Harmonics, translated by Andrey Shetnikov, published in the previous issue.

NUMENIUS OF APAMEA
(Based on Des Places)
Language: Russian
Issue: ΣΧΟΛΗ 3.1 (2009) 206-278
A general introduction by John Dillon (Trinity College, Dublin), a Russian translation, annotations and indices
by Eugene Afonasin and Anna Afonasina (Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition, Novosibirsk University).
The first Russian translations of the fragments of this famous second century C.E. Neopythagorean philosopher.

Language: Russian
Issue: ΣΧΟΛΗ 3.1 (2009) 279-335
A Russian translation by Vl. Bibikhin and Andrey Shetnikov, introduced by Andrey Shetnikov (ΣΙΓΜΑ: The Centre for Educational Projects, Novosibirsk) of an anonymous treatise sometimes ascribed to Iamblichus, Theologoumena arithmeticae (which contains early material, mainly from Anatolius and Nicomachus).


PUBLICATIONS

Eric R. Dodds
Language: Russian
Issue: ΣΧΟΛΗ 3.1 (2009) 336-353
A classical article by Eric R. Dodds, The Parmenides of Plato and the Origin of the Neoplatonic 'One' (Classical Quarterly 22 [1928]) in a Russian translation by Eugene Afonasin and Anna Afonasina [Kuznetsova] (Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition, Novosibirsk University). Visit a page of the conference "Rethinking Dodds", Novosibirsk Akademgorodok, May 2007 (texts are mostly in Russian) 

John Rist
Language: Russian
Issue: ΣΧΟΛΗ 3.1 (2009) 354-356
A classical article by John Rist, "Neopythagoreanism and 'Plato's' Second Letter", Phronesis 10 (1925) 78-81 in a Russian translation by Anna Afonasina (Centre for Ancient Philosophy and the Classical Tradition, Novosibirsk University).


The study is supported by ACLS

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