Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Joane Petrizi" by Tengiz Iremadze

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A. Primary Literature

1. Petrizi's Works

  • Joane Petrizi, Interpretation of the “Elementatio theologica” of Proclus, ed. and with a study by Sh. Nutsubidze and S. Kaukhchishvili (Opera II), Tbilisi 1937 (in Old Georgian). (Scholar)
  • –––, The “Elementatio theologica” of the Platonic Philosopher Proclus, trans. from the Greek, ed. and with a study and a vocabulary by S. Kaukhchishvili, with an introduction by M. Gogiberidze (Opera I), Tbilisi 1940 (in Old Georgian). (Scholar)
  • –––, Rassmotrenie platonovskoi filosofii i Prokla diadokha. Perevod c drevnegruzinskogo jazyka I. D. Pantskhavy. Redaktori toma G. V. Tevzadze, N. R. Natadze. Vstupitelnaja statia i primechanija G. V. Tevzadze, Moskva 1984 (in Russian). (Scholar)
  • –––, Kommentare zur “Elementatio theologica” des Proklos. Selected Texts, translated from Old Georgian into German, introduction and annotations by L. Alexidze, in Orthodoxes Forum, Munich 9 (1995), pp. 141–171. (Scholar)
  • –––, Interpretation of the “Elementatio theologica” of Proclus Diadochus, trans. into modern Georgian, with an introduction and annotations by D. Melikishvili, Tbilisi 1999. (Scholar)
  • –––, Kommentar zur “Elementatio theologica” des Proclos, Übersetzung aus dem Altgeorgischen, Anmerkungen, Indices und Einleitung von L. Alexidze und L. Bergemann, Amsterdam/Philadelphia 2009. (Scholar)
  • Nemesius of Emesa, On the Nature of Man, trans. into Old Georgian by Joane Petrizi, ed. with an introduction and vocabulary by S. Gorgadze, Tbilisi 1914.

2. Other Authors

  • Anton I. (= Bagrationi), 1991, Spekali, ed., with a study and vocabulary by G. Dedabrishvili, Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Joane Bagrationi, 1974, Kalmasoba. Philosophical Part, ed. by G. Dedabrishvili (Studies on the History of Georgian Philosophical Thought, vol. III), Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Proclus, 1963, The Elements of Theology. A revised Text with Translation, Introduction and Commentary by E. R. Dodds, Oxford, 2nd edition. (Scholar)
  • Sulkhan-Saba Orbeliani, 1991, Georgian Dictionary, 2 vols., ed., with a study and vocabulary by I. Abuladze, Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)

B. Secondary Literature

  • Alexidze, L., 1997, “Griechische Philosophie in den ‘Kommentaren’ des Joane Petrizi zur ‘Elementatio Theologica’ des Proklos”, in Oriens Christianus. Hefte für die Kunde des christlichen Orients 81: 148–168. (Scholar)
  • Dodashvili, S., 2001, “Brief Discussion of Georgian Literature”, in S. Dodashvili, Works, ed. and with a preface by T. Kukava, Tbilisi 2001, pp. 214–220 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Gogiberidze, M., 1961, Rustaveli, Petrizi, Preludes, ed. by I. Megrelidze, Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Iremadze, T., 2004, Konzeptionen des Denkens im Neuplatonismus. Zur Rezeption der Proklischen Philosophie im deutschen und georgischen Mittelalter: Dietrich von Freiberg—Berthold von Moosburg—Joane Petrizi, Amsterdam/Philadelphia. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2004, “Der intellekttheoretische Ansatz der Selbstreflexivität des Denkens gemäß Kapitel 168 der ‘Elementatio theologica’ des Proklos und seine Deutung sowie Entfaltung im ‘Proklos-Kommentar’ Bertholds von Moosburg”, in W. Geerlings / C. Schulze (eds.), Der Kommentar in Antike und Mittelalter, Bd. 2: Neue Beiträge zu seiner Erforschung (Clavis Commentariorum Antiquitatis et Medii Aevi 3), Leiden/Boston, S. 237–253. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2007, “Die Philosophie der Selbstreflexivität”, in Philosophy—Theology—Culture. Problems and Perspectives: Jubilee volume dedicated to the 75th anniversary of Guram Tevzadze, ed. T. Iremadze, T. Tskhadadze, G. Kheoshvili, Tbilisi, pp. 66–78. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2009, “Joane Petrizi ”, in Philosophenlexikon, ed. S. Jordan, B. Mojsisch, Philipp Reclam Verlag, Stuttgart, pp. 285–286. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2011, “Seiendes versus Sein. Zu einer neuen Interpretation der Gattungslehre von Joane Petrizi”, in Philosophy in Global Change: Jubilee volume dedicated to the 65th anniversary of Burkhard Mojsisch, ed. T. Iremadze (in collaboration with H. Schneider and K. J. Schmidt), Tbilisi, pp. 133–139. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2011, “Zur Rezeption und Transformation der Aristotelischen und Proklischen Ursachenmodelle bei Joane Petrizi”, in Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur (Heft XVII), Sofia, pp. 96–111. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2013, “Secular and Divine Wisdom in Medieval Georgian Thought (Anonymous Author, Ephrem Mtsire, Joane Petrizi)”, in T. Iremadze, Philosophy at the Crossroads of Epochs and Cultures. Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Researches, Tbilisi, pp. 16–25 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Jeck, U. R., 2010, Erläuterungen zur georgischen Philosophie, Tbilisi (in German and Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Kekelidze, K., 1960, History of Georgian Literature, vol. 1: Old Georgian Literature, Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Khidasheli, Sh., 1956, Joane Petrizi, Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1988, History of Georgian Philosophy, Tbilisi, p. 170–197 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Marr, N., 1909, Joane Petrizi—the Georgian Neo-Platonist of the XIth–XIIth Century, St. Petersburg (in Russian). (Scholar)
  • Melikishvili, D., 1975, The Language and Style of Joane Petrizi's Philosophical Works, Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Mojsisch, B., 2002, “Die Theorie des Intellekts bei Berthold von Moosburg. Zur Proklosrezeption im Mittelalter”, in Th. Kobusch, B. Mojsisch, O. F. Summerell (eds.), Selbst—Singularität—Subjektivität. Vom Neuplatonismus zum Deutschen Idealismus, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, pp. 175–184. (Scholar)
  • Mtschedlishvili, L., 1997, “On the Interpretation of a Passage in Joane Petrizi's ‘Interpretation’”, in Matsne, Philosophical Series 1 (Tbilisi), pp. 62–67 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Nutsubidze, Sh., 1988, History of Georgian Philosophy (Collected Works in six volumes, vol. 5), Tbilisi (in Russian). (Scholar)
  • Tavadze, G., 2013, The Power of Maps. Gelati and the Concept of Caucasian Philosophy in the Context of Intercultural Philosophy, Tbilisi (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Tevzadze, G., 1981, “The Principle of Analogy in Joane Petrizi's Philosophy”, in G. Tevzadze (ed.), Problems of the History of Medieval Philosophy, vol. 1, Tbilisi, pp. 227–241 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1982, “Johannes Petrizi”, in E. Lange, D. Alexander (eds.), Philosophen-Lexikon, Berlin, S. 447. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1993, “Joane Petrizi on the Determination of Man”, in Iweria. Journal of the Georgian-European Institute 3 (Tbilisi and Brussels), pp. 83–98 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1996, “The Philosophy of Joane Petrizi”, in Sh. Khidasheli, M. Makharadze (eds.), History of Georgian Philosophical Thought, vol. 1, Tbilisi, pp. 181–249 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • –––, 2002, “Die Kategorie der Subjektivität in Joane Petrizis Kommentar zu Proklos”, in Th. Kobusch, B. Mojsisch, O. F. Summerell (Hrsg.), Selbst—Singularität—Subjektivität. Vom Neuplatonismus zum Deutschen Idealismus, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, S. 131–154. (Scholar)
  • Tschelidze, E., 1994, “Life and Work of Joane Petrizi”, Part I in Religia [Religion] 3-4-5 (Tbilisi), pp. 113–126 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • –––, 1995, “Life and Work of Joane Petrizi”, Part II in Religia [Religion] 1-2-3 (Tbilisi), pp. 76–89 (in Georgian). (Scholar)
  • Zakaradze, L., 2011, “Proclus in the Georgian and Latin Middle Ages (Ioane Petritsi and Berthold of Moosburg)”, in Philosophy in Global Change: Jubilee volume dedicated to the 65th anniversary of Burkhard Mojsisch, ed. T. Iremadze (in collaboration with H. Schneider and K. J. Schmidt), Tbilisi, pp. 125–132. (Scholar)

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