44–46; Valentin Rose, “Die Lücke in Diogenes Laertius und der alte Übersetzer,” Hermes, 1 (1866), pp. the editing of the Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers by Diogenes Laertius, more than once this phrase came to mind. Download » This edition presents a radically improved text of Diogenes Laertius' Lives of Eminent Philosophers. Author: Tiziano Dorandi. with introd. Lives of Eminent Philosophers, volume 1. Hicks, Diogenes Laertius. Category: Philosophers, Ancient. Author: Diogenes Laertius Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: 0190862173 Size: 77.96 MB Format: PDF, Mobi Category : Philosophers, Ancient Languages : en Pages : 676 View: 5056 Book Description: "The translation is based on the most authoritative edition of the Greek text. cit., pp. Page: 961. Loeb Classical Library 184. Publisher: ISBN: 1107345081. Author: Diogenes Laertius Publisher: Oxford University Press ISBN: 0190862173 Size: 42.46 MB Format: PDF, Docs Category : Philosophers, Ancient Languages : en Pages : 676 View: 2923 Book Description: "The translation is based on the most authoritative edition of the Greek text. 11 (1957), pp. A new critical edition of Diogenes Laertius' Lives of Eminent Philosophers, a unique and profoundly influential work. Public domain. View: 887. On the medieval Latin versions see Biedl, op. Review of Diogenes Laertius, Lives of eminent philosophers, ed. 367–397; John A. Stigall, “The Manuscript Tradition of the De Vita et Moribus Philosophorum of Walter Burley,” Medievalia et Humanistica, fasc. But, like Siegfried Sudhaus, I did not give in to the temptation: (41) The study of the life, activities, and sayings of a philosopher was in fact regarded as an R.D. Diogenes Laertius but also quite common in a variety of other authors, that a philosopher's life and his work should agree with each other. Cambridge: HUP, 1925. Lives of the Eminent Philosophers (1925) by Diogenes Laërtius , translated by Robert Drew Hicks sister projects : Wikipedia article , Commons category , Wikidata item . This rich tradition was recast by Diogenes Laertius into an anthology, a miscellany of maxims and anecdotes, that generations of Western readers have consulted for edification as well as entertainment ever since theLives of the Eminent Philosophers, first compiled in the third century AD, came to prominence in Renaissance Italy. by Tiziano Dorandi, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries 50), 2013, 944 p. Volume 1, containing books 1-5.