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David the Invincible: Commentary on Porphyry's Isagoge. Old by Gohar Muradyan

By Gohar Muradyan

The Armenian model of David the Invincible’s observation on Porphyry's Isagoge, even if tremendous literal, is shorter via 1 / 4 than the Greek unique and comprises revised passages. The Greek textual content reproduces Busse’s variation (1904) yet occasionally choice is given to readings within the gear, corroborated via the Armenian model. The Armenian textual content relies on Arevšatyan’s version (1976), yet seven extra manuscripts were consulted and a few varia lectiones proven by means of the Greek unique were integrated within the textual content. The English translation is from the Armenian model. The passages of the Greek textual content with no Armenian an identical are translated into English in addition. additionally, the e-book includes Armenian marginal scholia.

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2c An expression consisting of a preposition and a noun in an oblique case: ἀλλεπαλλήλου – ի վերայ միմեանց. 2d An expression in which the prefix is rendered by a reciprocal pronoun: ἀντικατηγοροῦνται – միմեանց ստորոգին. : πρότασις – նախադասութիւն, առաջարկութիւն, συναναιρέω – շարաբառնամ, զմիմեանս բառնամ, παρίστημι – յարկացոցեմ, յանդիման կացուցանեմ, καθόλου – ընդհանուր, ընդհանրական հանուր, համայն, հանրական; 3) they are rendered by a semi-calque and a classical word: ἐπιφέρω – ի վերայ ածեմ, մատուցանեմ.

Sgarbi (1972), p. 373. Cf. in another context: γρυπότης—կորունչ. Cf. 15: էութիւն (passim). Cf. the other equivalent: արալեզ. Cf. also the rendering de sensu: ἀντιδιαιρετικός—բաժանական (ἀντιδιαίρεσις—“logical distinction”), ἀντιδιαιρετικαί—բաժանեալք. 34 introduction Thus, the following parallels are common to Aristotle, Porphyry, and David: ἀναγκαῖος – հարկաւոր, ἀντικείμενος – հակակայ, ἀντιστρέφω – հակադարձիմ, γένος – սեռ, διαφορά – տարբերութիւն, δίπους – երկոտանի, εἶδος – տեսակ, ἐπιστήμη – մակացութիւն, κατηγορέομαι – ստորոգիմ, κατηγορούμενον – ստորոգիցեալ, οὐσία – գոյացութիւն, ὁμώνυμος – հոմանուն, τὸ ὄν – էակ, συνώνυμος – փաղանուն, ὑποκείμενον – ենթակայ, συμβεβηκός – պատահումն, ὑπάλληλα – ընդմիմեամբքն.

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