isagoge


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isagoge

(ˈaɪsəˌɡəʊdʒɪ; ˌaɪsəˈɡəʊ-)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) an academic introduction to a specialized subject field or area of research
[C17: from Latin, from Greek eisagōgē, from eisagein to introduce, from eis- into + agein to lead]

isagoge

- An introduction to a field of study.
See also related terms for introduction.
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Isagoge artis musicae, for example, was published eight times between 1607 and 1632.
The individuum-theory is criticized by Peter Abelard and Joscelin of Soissons, and endorsed by Quoniam de generali as well as by the unpublished Isagoge commentary found in MS Paris, BnF, lat.
(3.) Averroes, Middle Commentary on Porphyry's Isagoge and Aristotle's Categories, ed.
n He prefaced these with the Epitome of Florus, an index, Sabellicus's Annotationes (Ascensius also reproduced Sabellicus's changes to the text proper), his own Isagoge ('introduction') to the history, consisting of eleven precepts for reading Livy's history, an Explanatio primi proamii ('explanation of the first proem') along with the X'ocabulorum.
Para la traduccion, he seguido el texto critico del comentario: Ioannis Duns Scoti, Questiones In Librum Porphyrii Isagoge et Quaestiones Super Praedicamenta Aristotelis, eds.