Aristotle s good judgment first turned recognized within the center East during the medium of the Syriac language at a time sooner than the increase of classical Arabic philosophy. the current quantity makes on hand for the 1st time the earliest Syriac translation (sixth century advert) of the kinds, that's the following edited including an English translation, analytical remark, glossaries and indices. the provision of such a huge early paintings will let the beginnings of the Semitic Aristotelian culture to be studied extra comprehensively. this can open the right way to a greater realizing of either the learn of Aristotelian good judgment in Syriac and in addition of the importance of the Syriac culture for the genesis and upward thrust of Arabic logic."
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For instance, relating future health and disease, ordinary and even.... not anything prevents there being a few center merchandise in those situations. yet back of the issues for which there's a few center merchandise, it's not beneficial that considered one of them may still exist on the subject of that which gets it, other than that which pertains to it through nature. for instance, warmth is said to fireplace and whiteness to snow. In these items that experience simply been special, it is important that one of many should still exist [in it] and never simply as likelihood must have it. For it's not attainable that fireside might be chilly, or snow black. therefore it's not worthwhile in each case that one of many may still exist in terms of that which gets [it], yet purely [in the case of] these during which it really is by way of nature, and in those [cases] [it is] certainly one [of the two], certainly not simply by probability. None of these items which have been pointed out are real in regards to deprivation and ownership. For it's not constantly valuable that one in all them should still relate to that which gets [it]. That which doesn't evidently have sight isn't stated to be blind and [is no longer acknowledged to be] sighted, such that [deprivation and ownership] should not those self same [type of] contraries, the sort that experience no heart merchandise. yet also they are no longer of these which do have a center merchandise. For it can be crucial at your time that one among them should still relate to every thing that could obtain [it]. For whilst it's normal to have both sight or blindness and of such issues neither [is current] certainly, yet relatively as probability must have it, for it's not invaluable that it may be both blind or sighted, yet as probability must have it. yet with recognize to these contraries that have a center merchandise, it isn't in any respect priceless that one among them may still exist in each case, yet [it is so] with regards to ܣ ܕܐܪ 156 ـ ܐܦ ܐܦ ̈ܘ . ܐ 13a15 ̈ ـ ܙ ـ . ܐـ ܐ ـ ـ ܕ ـ ܗܕ ܕܐ ـ ܐ ــ ــ ܘܬ ܘ ــ ܘܬ ܕ ــ ܐ ــ ܕ ــ ܕ ̈ܕ . ـ ـ ـܡ ܕ ـ ـ ܬܘܒ ـ ܐ ـ ܕܕ ̇ ـ ܡ ܐܘ ـ ܘ ـ ـ ܐܢ ̈ ܕ . ܐ 13a20ܘ ـ ܕ ـ ـ ܬ . ܘ ܕ ܪ . ܐ ܕܐ ــ ܕ ــ ܘ ــ ܘ ܐܘ ــ . ــ ܗܘ . ܘ ــ ܪ ـ ܘ . ـ | ܘ . ܘ ̣ ̣ ̈ ـܡ ـ ـ ̣ . ܐ ـ ـܬ ـ ـ ـ ̣ ـ ܙ ـ ܘ ـ ܪ . ܐܢ ܕ ـ ـ ܕ ܘ ܘ 13a25 ـــ . ـــ ̇ ـــ ـــ ـــ ـــ ܕ ـــ ̣ . ̇ ܪܘܬ . ܐܦ ܬ ܘ ܗܘ ܐ ܪ ـ . ܐ ـ ܕܐܦ ـ ܕ ـ ܘ ܡ ܘ . ܐ ܘܬ ܕ ܘ ܕ 13a30 ܘܐ ـ ܘܬ ܘܬ ܗ ܐ ܘܬܗ. ـ ̈ ـ ܕ . ـ ܐ ـ ܘܬ ـ ـ ܕـ ܘ ـ ̇ ـ ܘܬ ܘܬ ܕ . ܘܬ ܗܘ ̇ ـ ܕܬܘܒ ـ . ـ ܕܗܘ ـ ̇ܗܘ ـ . ـ 13a35 ܕ̈ ̈ ܕ ܘ . ܘܐܦ ܕ ܨܬ ܘܐ . ـ 13b1 ܕ ܕܐܦ ܗ ܐ ـ ܬܗܘ ܘܐܦ ـ ܘ ܘ ܕ ܐ ܘ ܘܐ ܘܬ ܐ 13b5 13b10 ـ ܕ ـ ـ ܘ ܕ ܕܐ ̈ ـ ܕ ـ | ـ ܙ ـ ܕܐܬܐ ـ ܕ ـ ̇ ـ . ܘܗܘ ܘ ̇ܗܘ ̇ ܕ ܕܐ ـ ܕ ـ ܐ ـ ܐـ ـ ـ ܐ ـ ܕܕ ـ ܐ ـ ܕ ـ ܬ ـ ܡ܁ . ܘܐ ܘ ܕ ـ ܘܬ . ܐ ـ ܙ ـ ܕ ܪܗ ـ ـ ܐ ـ ܘܬ ܘ ـ ܗܕ ܗܕ ܘ ܕ ܐ . ܐ ܕ ܕ ܐ . ܗ ܬ ܕ ܐܦ ܐ ܕ ـ ܘܢ.