Alexander of Aphrodisias in Harpers Dictionary of Classical

Alexander of Aphrodisias in Caria, who flourished about A.D. 200, and is known as Exegetes, or "the expounder," for his exposition of the commentaries of Aristotle. He wrote also original works on Fate, Free Will, and the Soul, which, translated into Latin, were much read and studied in the Middle Ages. See Aristoteles.