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Traduzione di Albamaria Ramazzotti Cavalli-Sforza. Con 38 determine e XIV tavv. Nel testo. eightvo pp. 177 broch cop. sick. (in cop.: Graffiti su una paretre della grotta dell'Addaura del monte Pellegrino presso Palermo; foto L. Pizzi).

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See Alfred L. Ivry, AI-Kindi's Metaphysics (Albany: SUNY Press, 1974),22-34. For a comparison between al-Kindi and al-Farabi, see R. Walzer, "The Rise of Islamic Philosophy," Oriens 3 (1950): 1-19. 5. On the repercussions of the appearance of the new logic, see M. Mahdi, "Language and Logic in Classical Islam," in Logic in Classical Islamic Culture, ed. G. E. von Grunebaum (Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz, 1970), 51-83. 6. See the English translation and commentary by M. Mahdi, "Alfarabi against Philoponos," Journal of Near Eastern Studies 26, no.

See Aristotle, De divinatione per somnium I, 462b28, 463bl; and II, 464a5. 26. See Aristotle, De divinatione 1I, 463b12-23, 464a11ff. 27. See Aristotle, De divinatione I, 38, 82-83; and lI, 49, 101. 28. See Aristotle, De divinatione I, 50, 113. 29. See Aristotle, De divinatione I, 32, 70; 1I, 52, 107, and 58, 119. 30. See Maimonides, Guide 1I, 36 (78b). 31. See Maimonides, Guide II, 32 (74a). 32. See Maimonides, Guide lI, 37, 38. 33. See Maimonides, Guide lI, 38 (83a-84b). 34. See Maimonides, Guide 1I, 40 (86a).

But since those to whom he must impart this knowledge are often less endowed than he is, he cannot do without those gifts of the imagination that make it possible for him to come down to their level and communicate with them in a language they can understand. Moreover he should be distinguished by his conduct and thus disdain bodily pleasures as well as vain honors. All prophets do not possess these qualities to the same degree, but they are all equally necessary, such that one would not take to be a prophet a philosopher who did not join imagination to intelligence or a man endowed with a powerful imagination who is not subject to the guidance of reason.

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