(1) John Philoponus, Introduction to the Arithmetic of Nicomachus
I, in The Works of Aristotle Volume XII: Select Fragments, ed.
The symbolism is clear and significant if reference is made to the three dramatic impiety trials in Athens in 400 / 399 BC--the trials of Socrates, Andocides and Nicomachus
. But, although the issue in each case was impiety (asebeia) these trials were before a popular court and not the Areopagus.
(41) The Nicomachean Ethics, a compilation of Aristotle's lecture notes, was probably named after or dedicated to Aristotle's son Nicomachus
A story of Pythagoras, told by Nicomachus
of Gerasa (c.
Aristotle Stagiritis, (384-322BC) Rhetoric.
he was the adopted son of Proxenos and the father of Nicomachus
(97) In the second century, for example, the following philosophical texts promoted the propaedeutic value of mathematics: Nicomachus
Arithmetica Introductio 1.3.6-7; Theon of Smyrna Expositio 1.1-2.2; Plutarch, Quaestiones Conviviales 718e; Alcinous Didaskalikos 7.
Although we may find references to the responsibility of politics in Aristotle's Ethics of Nicomachus
, it was not before the 1960s that the improvement of the quality of life of any society being the duty of wielders of power became political evidence (Kopp & Skrabski 2008).
(15) Especially Nicomachus
Flavianus Iunior (praefectus urbi Romae 393/94) was put forward several times (cf.
Among the paintings was a depiction of a hero by Timanthes (35.74), of Ialysus (local hero of Rhodes) by Protogenes (35.101-02) and of Scylla by Nicomachus