Michael Psellus, Jr
Michael Psellus, Jr.
a noted Greek philosopher and teacher, flourished at Constantinople from 1026 to 1105, as teacher of theology and philosophy. He is noted as the writer of Διδασκαλία παντοδαπή in Fabricius, Biblioth. Graeca (volume 10): — Περὶ δυνάμεων τῆςψυχῆς, edited by Tarin (Par. 1618 sq.): — a Paraphrase of Aristotle's Περὶ ἑρμενεαίς (Ven. 1503): — Synopsis of Aristotle's Organon, edited by Ehlinger (Augsb. 1597): — Commentary on Aristotle's Natural Philosophy, in Lat. by Camotius (Ven. 1554): — Περὶ τῶν πέντε φωνῶν of Porphyrius (Basle, 1542): — Πεπὶ ἐνεργείας δαιμόνων,. edited by Gaulinenus (Paris, 1615). See Leo Allatius, De Psellis eorumque scriptis (Rome, 1634); Ueberweg, Hist. Philos. 1:404; Enfield, Hist. Philos. page 474.