New collection of essays on the Pseudo(?)Aristotelean De mundo

The De mundo is an under-researched classic of ancient thought with major ramifications for western esotericism, in particular the ‘cosmic religion’ highlighted by Festugière in the Revelation d’Hermes Trismegiste. The work seems to be undergoing a flurry of scholarly attention, with the following having appeared in relatively-recent times:

G. Reale and A.P. Bos, Il Trattato Sul Cosmo per Alessandro Attribuito ad Aristotele. Monografia Introduttiva, Testo Greco con Traduzione a Fronte, Commentario, Bibliografia Ragionata e Indici (Milano: Vita e Pensiero, 1995).

J.C. Thom (ed.), Cosmic Order and Divine Power. Pseudo-Aristotle, On the Cosmos. Introduction, Text, Translation and Interpretive Essays (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014).

M. Federspiel, Pseudo-Aristote, Du Monde, Positions et Dénominations des Vents, Des Plantes, Introduits, Traduits et Commentés (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2018).

To these editions and studies we can now add a new commentary with attendant interpretive essays:

Pavel Gregorić, George Karamanolis, Pseudo-Aristotle: “De Mundo” (“On the Cosmos”): a commentary. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020. Pp. 320. ISBN 9781108834780 $99.99.

Find it reviewed by A.P. Bos here.