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A reconsideration of the authorship of the Syriac Hippocratic Aphorisms : the creation of the Syro-Arabic bilingual manuscript of the Aphorisms in the tradition of Ḥunayn ibn Isḥāq’s Arabic translation

Taro Mimura, Hiroshima University

Volume 45 (2017) 1-2, pages 80-104

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The Arabic Commentaries on the Hippocratic Aphorisms

Peter E. Pormann and Kamran I. Karimullah (The University of Manchester)

Volume 45 (2017) 1-2, pages 1-52

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Arabic Commentaries on the Hippocratic Aphorisms, vi.11: a Medieval medical debate on Phrenitis

Nicola Carpentieri (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Taro Mimura (Hiroshima University)

Volume 45 (2017) 1-2, pages 176-202

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Avicenna and Galen, philosophy and medicine : contextualising discussions of medical experience in Medieval Islamic physicians and philosophers

Kamran I. Karimullah, The University of Manchester

Volume 45 (2017) 1-2, pages 105-149

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Subjectivity in translation: Ḥunayn Ibn Isḥāq’s ninth-Century Interpretation of Galen’s “Ego” in his Commentary on the Hippocratic Aphorisms

Elaine van Dalen, The University of Manchester

Volume 45 (2017) 1-2, pages 53-79

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Womb heat versus sperm heat: Hippocrates against Galen and Ibn Sīnā in Ibn al-Nafīs’s Commentaries

Nahyan Fancy, DePauw University

Volume 45 (2017) 1-2, pages 150-175

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