MS. Arm. f. 6
David the Philosopher, A.D. 1334.
This treatise (in 21 or 22) chapters is an introduction to the study of philosophy, and consists of a refutation of the four objections raised by Pyrrhonism against philosophy. Extracts of this work in Greek text are published by Brandis. Further pieces include: Omnia Mala; Isagoge of Porphyry; Letter of Aristotle to King Alexander about the Cosmos.
Written in Bolorgir script
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