Francesco Fronterotta gives us a very good edition of the fragments of Heraclitus, with a thorough individualized commentary on each text, and a new Italian translation. The main body of the book just a bit shy of four hundred pages consists of the bilingual edition of the scarce fragments Italian and Greek , and an extensive commentary on text and translation, systematically oriented to situating Heraclitus in his historical and philosophical context. The volume opens with a long and substantial Introduction comprising five sections: 1. The image of Heraclitus. Life and work. Heraclitus, the obscure.
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Eraclito - Frammenti (Testo Greco)