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The earliest translations of Aristotle's Politics and the creation of political terminology

The earliest translations of Aristotle's Politics and the creation of political terminology
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ISBN: 9783770556854
Autor: Eckart Schütrumpf
Sprache: Deutsch
Einband/Bindung: Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl: 84
Erscheinungsjahr: 2014
Verlag: Fink Wilhelm Gmbh & Co.KG
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This study places the earliest translations of Aristotle s Politics into the larger context of the approach to translating.Cicero, who had translated Greek prose texts into Latin, rejected a method of rendering verbum pro verbo, word by word, but insisted on faithfulness to sense and form of the original, and this approach was followed by St. Jerome and others. The first translations of Aristotle s Politics by William of Moerbeke (c. 1215 1286) pursued the principle of verbum pro verbo to its extreme. Nicole Oresme (c. 1323 1382) presented the first translation of Aristotle s Politics into a vernacular French. Leonardo Bruni (1369 1444) returned in his translation to Latin as the target language, but now the classical Latin of Cicero. The criticism that his polished style ignores the quality of Aristotle s prose is undeserved.
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