Sophisms in Medieval Logic and Grammar

Acts of the Ninth European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, held at St Andrews, June 1990

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ISBN: 978-94-010-4776-0 (Print) 978-94-011-1767-8 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. Sophisms as a Genre

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      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-30

      Resoluble, Exponible, and Officiable Terms in the Sophistria of Petrus Olai, MS Uppsala C 599

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      Pages 31-44

      Ferrybridge’s Logica: A Handbook for solving Sophismata

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      Pages 45-63

      Boethius de Dacia et al. The sophismata in MSS Bruges SB 509 and Florence Med.-Laur. S. Croce 12 sin., 3

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      Pages 64-85

      Orléans 266 and the Sophismata Collection: Master Joscelin of Soissons and the infinite words in the early twelfth century

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      Pages 86-102

      The ‘Sophismata’ attributed to Marsilius of Padua

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      Pages 103-115

      The Sophism ‘Omnis propositio est vera vel falsa’ by Henry Hopton (Pseudo-Heytesbury’s ‘De veritate et falsitate propositionis’)

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      Pages 116-127

      Die Rolle der Sophismata im Unterricht der Krakauer Universität im 15. Jahrhundert

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      Pages 128-143

      The Sophismata Asinina of William Heytesbury

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      Pages 144-184

      A Comparative Analysis of the Treatment of Sophisms in MSS Digby 2 and Royal 12 of the Magister Abstractionum

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      Pages 185-201

      ‘Omnis phoenix est’: Quantification and Existence in a new sophismata-collection (MS Clm 14522)

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      Pages 202-216

      Expositio as a method of solving sophisms

  3. Grammatical Sophisms

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      Pages 217-217

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      Pages 219-230

      Grammatical sophisms in collections of logical sophisms: ‘Amatus sum’ in BN. lat. 16135

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      Pages 231-261

      La distinction entre actus exercitus et actus significatus dans les sophismes grammaticaux du MS BN lat. 16618 et autres textes apparentés

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      Pages 262-274

      Interest mea et imperatoris castam ducere in uxorem: Can ‘est’ be used impersonally?

  4. Logical Sophisms

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      Pages 275-275

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      Pages 277-287

      Who is the worthiest of them all?

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      Pages 288-303

      Albert de Saxe et les sophismes de l’infini

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      Pages 304-318

      Il sofisma di Paolo Veneto: Sortes in quantum homo est animal

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      Pages 319-332

      The Soul of the Antichrist Necessarily Will Be a Being: A Modal Sophism in 16th Century Logic Texts

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      Pages 333-347

      ‘Debeo tibi equum’: A Reconstruction of the Theoretical Framework of Buridan’s Treatment of the Sophisma

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      Pages 348-356

      Trinitarian Sophisms in Robert Holcot’s Theology

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