|Commentary on Aristotles “Physics” II.1–3|
|Title in the language of publication:||Commentary on Aristotles “Physics” II.1–3|
|Translation from Greek:||
Associate Research Fellow at the Sociological institute of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Address: 25/14 7-ya Krasnoarmeyskaya str., St. Petersburg 190005, Russia.
|Translation editing and notes:||
PhD in Philosophy, research fellow at the Research and Education Center for Religion, Philosophy, and Culture Studies at St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Address: 67A Bolshaya Morskaia str., Saint-Petersburg, 190000, Russia.
|Document type:||Translation and notes|
|Acknowledgments:||The present study is a part of the project № 17-03-00329, “Nature and movement in the ‘Commentary on the Physics of Aristotle’ by Michael Psellos. Study of the influence of the late antique tradition, of the correlation between physics and the Orthodox theology, and of the reception in the later Peripatetic physics”, implemented with a financial support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research.|
© Timur Shchukin, transl., 2018 © Maria Varlamova, transl. editing, notes, 2018