Cicero’s Remarks on Translating Philosophical Terms: Some General Problems

Autore: Glucker, John
Titolo: Cicero’s Remarks on Translating Philosophical Terms: Some General Problems
Rivista/Miscellanea: In: Glucker, John & Burnett, Charles (Ed.) Greek into Latin from antiquity until the nineteenth century (Warburg Institute Colloquia), 18
Luogo edizione: London
Editore: Warburg Institute
Anno edizione: 2012
Pagine: 37-66
Parole chiave: Philosophie - Filosofia - Philosophy, Stylistique et genres littéraires - Stilistica e generi letterari - Stylistics and literary genre, Traduction - Traduzione - Translation
Recensione:

Deligiannis, Ioannis, "Bryn Mawr Classical Review" 2012.07.53

Descrizione: [Année philologique] [Comment] On remarks made by Cicero in his philosophical and rhetorical writings about his translation of a Greek term into Latin, and the general problems these remarks raise. With two appendices : 1) the Latin texts (arranged in chronological order, separating philosophical from rhetorical works) of Cicero’s remarks on translating Greek into Latin ; and 2) an index of Greek and Latin words appearing more than once, with citations. With over 200 examples, Appendix A expands the similar collection of Ciceronian remarks by C. Nicolas (=> 76-08359).
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Link: https://www.academia.edu/22322101/Ciceros_Remarks_on_Translating_Philosophical_Terms_Some_General_Problems?email_work_card=title
Sigla autore: Glucker 2012