'The importance of Kevin Flannery's book on Alexander of Aphrodisias writings on logic is greater than its economical but densely-packed size might suggest.' Phronesis, 1995 'This is a solid and reliable book.' Anthony Preus, History and Philosophy of Logic. 'The editors are to be thanked for producing a very valuable listing of recent works and for making it available so speedily.' George J. Brooke, Dead Sea Discoveries, 1996. 'This work should appeal not only to the small and growing band of logicians interested in Alexander, but also the larger one, which includes some modern logicans, who are interested in Aristotle...this study is well worth reading.' Pamela M. Huby, Journal of Hellenic Studies, 1998.
About the Author
Kevin L. Flannery, Ph.D. (1992) in Philosophy, University of Oxford, is Adjunct Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the Gregorian University in Rome. He has published articles in the area of philosophical logic and is co-translator (with Jonathan Barnes, Susanne Bobzien and Katerina Ierodiakonou) of Alexander of Aphrodisias: Commentary on Aristotle's Prior Analytics A1-7 (1991).