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1965, 219–230. Aristotle criticizes the application of this method for the purpose of defining a genus or the lowest species (A, An. pr. ; An. , II 5, 91 b 12–27), but in De Caelo I 2, as in other places, he does employ it to divide and understand a genus (locomotion). On Aristotelian criticism of the Platonic dihairesis, cf. R. R. Sprache und Dialektik in der Aristotelischen Philosophie. Amsterdam, 2000, 50ff. Cf. MaC, 43, 1–2. Cf. MaC, 43, 6. P, Enn. II 4, 1, 7–8 (A. H. A, ed.
And tr. A). Cf. EH 73, 19–21 (397B). Cf. EH 64, 4–6 (372B). Cf. P, Symp. 202a–212c (E, see n. 40). Cf. DN 151, 5–10 (701CD): Τὸ δὲ ὑπερούσιον καλὸν κάλλος μὲν λέγεται [. . ] καὶ ὡς πάντα πρὸς ἑαυτὸ καλοῦν, ὅθεν καὶ κάλλος λέγεται. Cf. W. B. Dionysios Areopagites ein christlicher Proklos? In: Platonismus im Christentum. 2nd ed. Frankfurt am Main, 2001, 44–84, 69–72; W. B. The Love of Beauty and the Love of God. In: Classical Mediterranean Spirituality. Egyptian, Greek, Roman.
83 Yet, Dionysios’ object is not paintings and statues, he hardly mentions them at all, they are never reflected upon or interpreted by him. 85 83 84 85 Cf. U. R. J. -Dionysios Areopagites. Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 7 (1996), 1–38, 3, 12, 23; U. R. J. Pseudo-Dionysius Areopagita (Dionysius Areopagita). In: Ästhetik und Kunstphilosophie. Von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart in Einzeldarstellungen. Ed. by J. N. R and M. B. Stuttgart, 1998, 649–654; K, see n.