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934) : The student of al-Kindi. f. Abu Hashim al-Jubbii'i (m. A. D. 933) : The Mu'tazilite physicist and son oi the teacher of al-Ash'ari. '2 BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Steinschneider, Arab. , pp. 93-95. lJadawi, "Makht1ltat Arist1l," RIMA II (1956), p. 47. Grabmann, Aristotelesubers. , pp. 174-177. Wingate, Latin Versions, pp. 38-39. D. J. Allan, "Medieval versions of Aristotle's De c,oelo and of the Commentary of Simplicins, Medieval and Renaissance Studies II (1950), pp. 82ft. " 1 MSS in Steinschneider, Hebr.
A. D. I038) of John Philoponus' treat ment of the De coelo, possibly a reference to arguments adduced by Philoponus in his De aeternitate mundi contra Procium. 9 c. >yii ibn 'Adi (m. A. D. 974) : The Fihrist says elsewhere 10 that the original transla tion of Themistius' commentary was the work of Abu Bishr and that Yal;ya revised the translation. d. lJunayn (m. A. D. 873) : The section inserted in the Latin translation of Ibn Sina's Shifii' under the title De coelo et mundo is spurious. unayn based on Themistius' paraphrase.
3 c. Ibrahim ibn 'Abdallah : The translator of Book VIII of the Topica (vide d, p. 22 supra) . Yal;1ya tried to buy a copy of Isl;1aq's translation from Ibrahim but was unsuc cessful ; Ibrahim burned it before he died · d. 7 Na$r (m. A. D. " 6 Neither of these has survived in Arabic but a Declaratio compendiosa attributed to al-Farabi and translated into Latin by Hermanus Germanus (fl. ca. A. D. 1250) is preserved in Paris MS IBN lat. ' Ibn Sina (m. A. D. ,"Judical and Oratorical Eloquence'" as part III of his early encyclopedia al-I,likmah al- 'arudiyah 10 and this section of his text has twice been edited.
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