By S. L. Baliunas, L. Hartmann
This assembly marks the 3rd Cambridge Workshop dedicated to elements of Cool Stars. The Organizing Committee established the assembly with the subject of stellar evolution - starting with pre-main series stars, discussing major series evolution and then addressing the post-main series purple vast part. This continuity was once enriched with the participation of scientists from many subdisciplines of astronomy and astrophysics - all bearing new effects, research, and conjectures!
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So, from among those sensible forms impressed on the imagery faculty, the first one impressed on the child’s imagery faculty is the form of an individual man or woman, without his being able to distinguish a man who is his father from a man who is not and a woman who is his mother from a woman who is not. Eventually, he is able to distinguish a man who is his father from one who is not, and a woman who is his mother from one who is not, and then by degrees the individuals remain differentiated for him.
Any errors or other faults in the translation are wholly my own. While I believe that, for the most part, I have accurately presented Avicenna’s philosophical intention, I must confess that I have not fully grasped every argument and position Avicenna presents. I found this to be particularly the case when he is treating arguments outside of the tradition associated with Aristotle’s Physics proper. In those cases where I felt uncertain of Avicenna’s philosophical intention, I have taken refuge in presenting what I believe to be a very literal translation of the text, hoping that the clear-sighted reader will see more in it than I have.
In contrast, in one case, Zāyid divides a single sentence admittedly a long one—into three separate paragraphs; similar instances can be multiplied. Consequently, al-Yāsīn’s edition is, at least from a philosophical point of view, an advancement over Zāyid’s. Also, Zāyid’s edition is replete with typographical errors, some of which can be sorted out easily enough, but 17. Al-Ṭabīʿīyāt, al-samāʿ al-ṭabīʿī, ed. Saʿīd Zāyid (Cairo: The General Egyptian Book Organization, 1983); henceforth Z. 18. Al-Ṭabīʿīyāt, al-samāʿ aṭ-ṭabīʿī, ed.
Cool Stars, Stellar Systems, and the Sun by S. L. Baliunas, L. Hartmann