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By J. H. Waszink

The ‘Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae’ sequence used to be introduced in 1987 with the e-book of Tertullianus, De Idololatria, a severe textual content with translation and observation through J.H. Waszink and J.C.M. van Winden (partly in keeping with a manuscript left in the back of via P.G. van der Nat). it kind of feels acceptable, as a result, that the one centesimal quantity to seem within the ‘Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae’ sequence might be an up-to-date reprint of J.H. Waszink’s huge and authoritative version of Tertullian’s De Anima. This quantity comprises the whole contents of the 1st variation, to which we've further a short assessment of J.H. Waszink’s scholarly occupation, an English translation of the larger a part of the creation to his German translation of De Anima of 1980 and a listing of corrections licensed via him.

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It's not transparent even if a variety of passages within which Tert. is repre­ sented or combated because the leader adherent o f traducianism, discuss with De anima (19, 6; 27, 8); the character o f the quotations relatively means that the issues pointed out in those passages derive from the ‘ doxography’ of heresies ultimately, we needs to point out Fulgentius Planciades, who in 3 locations imitates sentences from De anima ·, during this connection it can be mentioned that he additionally prices a sentence from the misplaced treatise De jato (see the notice on 20, 5). As to Cassiodorus, i will be able to not carry the view that his brief monograph De anima exhibits the impression of the current paintings; the parallels quoted in my dissertation (16/7) are both unimportant or confer with universal perspectives, x) Already Rufin. ap. Hier. adv. R u f in. 2, eight : Legi q u o s d a m dicentes, quod pariter cum corpore in keeping with humani seminis traducem etiam animae difj'undantur: et haec quibus poterant assertionibus confirmabant. Quod p u t o inter Latinos Tertullianum sensisse, vel Lactantium, fortassis et nonnullos alios: cf. Praedestin. haeres. 26: Obiciunt q u i d a m Tertulliano, quod animam ex traduce, identity est animam dixerit ita gigni ex anima, sicut ex corporibus corpus (cf. additionally ib. , 60); Julian, ap. Aug. op. imperf. contra Julian. 2 , 178; in Aug. ’s refutation of Pelagius bearing on this topic (de peccat. benefit, et remiss. three, 10, 18) the identify of Tert. isn't really even pointed out. The account of Tert. ’s doctrine in Aug. haeres. eightθ purely refers to Montanism and to the idea of the corporeality of the soul (and of God). T E XT AND observation IND EX SIGLORUM A B Ihng Gel Pam. los angeles Cerda Rig. Rig. 2 Rig. three Seml. bounce. Oehl. Linàn. Rfd. Codex Agobardinus (Parisinus Latinus 1G22) saec. IX , fol. nsv—îee*. ed. Martini Mesnart (Paris. 1545), vulgo Gagneiana, p p . 247v— 265V. margo editionis Mesnartianae. cd. Sigismundi Gelenii (Basileae 1550), qui usus est eodice Masburensi r. unc deperdito, pp. 639/89. ed. Iacobi Pamelii (Antverpiae 1579), pp. 564/602 (adnot. : pp. 602/647). ed. Ludovici los angeles Cerda, II (Paris. 1630), pp. 222/434 (adnotationes singulis capitibus adieetae sunt). ed. Nicolai Rigaltii (Lutetiae 1634), pp. 304/57 (adnot. : pp. 80/8). lligaltiana altera (ib. 1641), pp. 304/357 (adnot. : pp. 84/93). Rigaltiana tertia (ib. 1675), pp. 264/307. ed. J. S. Seinleri, IV (Halae Magdeburgieae 1771), pp. 209/336. ed. E. F. Leopoldii (Bibl. Patr. Eccles. Latin, selecta, cur. E. G. Gersdorf, vol. IV /V II), pars IV (Lipsiae 1841), pp. 169/247. cd. Fr. Oehleri, II (Lipsiae 1854), pp. 553/650 (ed. minor (Lipsiae 1854), pp. 1000/1077). ed. W . B, Lindneri (Lipsiae 1861). ed. Aug. Reiffersclieidii (Corpus Script. Eccles. Latin. , vol. X X , Vindobonae 1890), pp. 298/396. notae Franeisci Iunii editioni Pamelianae iteratae (Franckerae 1597) additae, pp. 181/206. Latini Latinii Bibliotheca Sacra et Profana, a Dominico Lat. Macro Melitensi nunc primum e Bibliotheca Brancaccia in lucem édita (Romae 1677), p. 199. notae Ph. Priorii, Rigaltianae tertiae adieetae (pp. 264/307). Prlorius notae Joscphi Justi Scaligeri manu adscriptae excmplari Seal. editionis ‘Junianae’ quod in bibliotheca Academiae Lugduno-Batavae adservatur.

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