Linked bibliography for the SEP article "
Elias" by Christian Wildberg
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- Blumenthal, H.J. 1981. “Pseudo-Elias and the Isagoge
commentaries again.” Rheinisches Museum 124:
- Busse, A. 1892. “Die neuplatonischen Ausleger der Isagoge des
Porphyrius.” Wissenschaftliche Beilage zum Programme des
Friedrichs-Gymnasiums. Berlin (Scholar)
- Busse, A. 1900. Eliae in Porphyrii Isagogen et Aristotelis Categorias Commentaria. Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca (CAG) 18.1. Berlin. (Scholar)
- Sorabji, R.R.K. (ed.) 1990. Aristotle Transformed. London. (Scholar)
- Westerink, L.G. 1961. “Elias on the Prior Analytics.”
Mnemosyne 14: 126-39. Repr. 1980 in id. Texts and
Studies in Neoplatonism and Byzantine Literature. Amsterdam,
- Westerink, L.G. 1962. Anonymous Prolegomena to Platonic Philosophy. Amsterdam. (Scholar)
- Westerink, L.G. 1964. “Elias und Plotin.” Byzantinische Zeitschrift 57: 26-32. Repr. 1980 in id. Texts and Studies in Neoplatonism and Byzantine Literature. Amsterdam, 93-99. (Scholar)
- Westerink, L.G. 1990. “The Alexandrian commentators and the
introductions to their commentaries.” In: Sorabji (1990),
- Westerink, L.G. 1967. Pseudo-Elias (Pseudo-David), Lectures on
Porphyry’s Isagoge. Amsterdam. (Scholar)
- Wildberg, C. 1990. “Three Neoplatonic Introductions to
Philosophy: Ammonius, David, Elias.” Hermathena 149:
- Wilson, N.G. 1983. Scholars of Byzantium. London. (Scholar)