Lectio 1

By Simon Magister

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L: Leipzig UB 1359, ff. 44r-77v Main hand. Brown ink. Secondary hand. Black ink. This is possible the same hand as the marginal notes of a later cursive date. On one occassion I have seen this hand fill out a fenestra in the main text (44ra). He might have had access to another witness. Tertiary hand. Light brown ink.

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1 Divisio and exposition until 402a3, "proper utraque haec" Deinde cum dicit "propter utraque haec" [a] tangit quod ista scientia sit meliorum demonstrationum et simul [1] honorabilis subiecti et mirabilis. Primum autem declarabitur ibi "Omnino autem" [b] . Secundum autem fuit declaratum in processu. Quaereret autem [ali]quis quare dicat 'histoL45ra ria[m]', et non 'scientiam'. Dicendum quod hoc est probabiliter [2] quia scientia est cognitio alicuius per causas; sed in hoc libro anima non cognoscitur per suas causas et principia, sed magis per suos effectus et operationes [3] . Unde ubi littera Philosophi habet 'historiam' ibi, littera Themistii habet 'negotium', Commentator autem ibi habet 'narrationem'. Almost the whole lectio is not transcribed.

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