Early Aristotelianism Between Humanism and Ramism

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Part of the Studies in History and Philosophy of Science book series (AUST, volume 32)

Abstract

Early British Aristotelianism, after the momentous medieval Scholastic systematization of Aristotelian philosophy, was defined by its position against humanistic logic and Ramism. It was not a particularly advanced form of Aristotelianism and chiefly involved commentaries on Aristotelian texts, but it rejected any kind of rhetorical and dialectical logic that did not serve science.

Keywords

Scientific Knowledge Scientific Method Universal Concept Mental Concept Aristotelian Logic 
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References

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MantovaItaly

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