Spanish Logicians of Montaigu College
We begin our study of Spanish Renaissance thought with a chapter dedicated to a remarkable but practically forgotten group of Spanish logicians teaching at the University of Paris in the first decade of the sixteenth century. The purpose of this introduction is twofold: to present the reader a strong “chiaroscuro” contrasting the languid medievalism of terminist logic with the exciting novelty of humanistic ideals, and to show the Parisian background of early Spanish Renaissance thought.
KeywordsSixteenth Century Fifteenth Century Fourteenth Century Hypothetical Syllogism Sophistical Refutation
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