By Dick Canary, Jane Gilman, Juha Heinonen, Howard Masur
The Ahlfors-Bers Colloquia commemorate the mathematical legacy of Lars Ahlfors and Lipman Bers. The center of this legacy lies within the fields of geometric functionality conception, Teichmuller conception, hyperbolic manifolds, and partial differential equations. in spite of the fact that, the paintings of Ahlfors and Bers has impacted and created interactions with many different fields, similar to algebraic geometry, mathematical physics, dynamics, geometric crew concept, quantity conception, and topology. The triannual Ahlford-Bers colloquia function a venue to disseminate the suitable paintings to the broader mathematical group and convey the main individuals jointly to give some thought to destiny instructions within the box. the current quantity incorporates a wide variety of articles within the fields critical to this legacy. nearly all of articles current new effects, yet there are expository articles besides
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511. Bammel's arguments are, in my opinion, stronger than those of Nautin but, nevertheless, still lack what one might call solid evidence such as a specific reference to one of the earlier Pauline commentaries in the commentary on Romans. There is, in fact, such a specific reference to the commentary on Ephesians in the papyrus fragments from Origen's commentary on Romans found at Tura in his comments on Romans 4: 23-5. J. Scherer called attention to the reference in a note in his edition of the papyrus but little attention has been taken of it in subsequent chronologies of Origen's works.
Jerome's first step in answering the first question is to cite passages from the Old and New Testaments which show that the patriarchs and prophets predicted the advent of Christ and the calling of the Gentiles. This was a common early Christian theme. 58 Jerome begins with John 8: 56, Abraham 'saw my day and was glad', for, as I will show later, this is also the Scripture with which Origen begins to prove the same point in his argument for the unity of the old and new revelation. The recognition that the patriarchs and prophets spoke of Christ and the calling of the Gentiles poses a subordinate question.
Staab, ibid. 247, points out that folios 158-89 were incorrectly bound and follow folio 245. Staab's heading at ibid. 254 is incorrect. -Col. The commentary on Galatians, however, precedes these folios. The Biblical text is written in minuscule script and the commentary excerpts in semiuncial script. The semi-uncial script is difficult to read because the letters are written very small resulting in the ink having run together on several letters. The letters ε, ι, ο, and σ, for example, are often indistinguishable.
In the Tradition of Ahlfors-Bers, IV: Ahlfors-bers Colloquium May 19 - 22, 2005 Univeristy of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan by Dick Canary, Jane Gilman, Juha Heinonen, Howard Masur