Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 June 2012
Simplicius, On Aristotle’s Categories 134.5–7
But perhaps, they say, Andronicus did better, making place and time categories in their own right and ranking Where and When beneath these.
Simplicius, On Aristotle’s Categories 342.21–5
One should note that Aristotle made time and place [types] of quantity and When and Where categories in their own right; but Archytas, and Andronicus following Archytas, ranked When beneath time and Where beneath place and thus established the two categories [of time and place], themselves too preserving the number of kinds as ten.