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Ο «Εις κοιμηθέντας» λόγος του Θεοφίλου Κορυδαλλέως και η αριστοτελική περί ψυχής θεματική του
Among the various writings of Theophilos Corydalleus, focusing on the Aristotelian interpretation and teaching practice at the major Academies of the Hellenic world under Ottoman rule, we find a unique work, a Funeral Oration. It was performed by Corydalleus himself in Constantinople in the decade of 1630-40 in honor of Poulcheria, a young woman who passed away in her youth. The departed came from an aristocratic family of the Phanariotic society, since her father, Michael Vlastos was adoi:10.12681/er.21049 fatcat:x3fd6fdi6jadnklfd2si4bcis4