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On Fate

The book in question (available in Greek only) is a philosophical work on the subject of fate.

It contains parts of the works of Aristotle, Alexander, Philoponus or other wise men of classical antiquity, that is the thoughts of these great men compounded in such a way, so that, with the addition of ours, they compose a complete work — and it is written in ancient Greek too!

It may be the only one of its kind, since it rests not only on the interpretation or explanation of the various terms and concepts, or even the translation of a certain work of Aristotle, but it goes even further and is trying, we might say, to recompose his belief in the matter of fate, since Aristotle has not written or, if at all, no work of Aristotle regarding fate is saved so far.

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  Favour seems to be friendship, but is not the same as friendship; for favour occurs both towards strangers and without their knowing it, but not …
  Understanding or lack of understanding in virtue of which we call men “men of understanding” or “men void of understanding”, are neither entirely the same …
  Again, Socrates being asked whether courage is something teachable or natural, “I think,” said he, “just as a body is by nature more resistant to …
  All goods, then, are either without or within the soul, and of these those in the soul are preferable, just as we distinguish them in …
  One might raise the question, why woman does not differ from man in species, given that male and female differ from each other as being …
  But how is it that, when we think of something, sometimes we take action and sometimes not, sometimes we are in motion, and sometimes not? …
  It remains, then, to inquire the way in which the soul moves the body, and what is the origin of the animal’s motion. For the …
  It seems at any rate that these two are responsible for movement: either desire or intellect, if someone would consider imagination as a kind of …
  If indeed imagination is that in virtue of which we say that an image comes about to us and not as when we say something …
  According to Aristotle, the term “fulfilment” (entelexeia) signifies the agency and completion; for it is composed of the one, the complete, and the having, since …
  Given that each kind of being is divided into that which is in actuality, and into that which is in potentiality, the actualization of that …
  Causes are spoken of in a number of ways. In one way, then, that out of which a thing comes about and which is immanent, …

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