Show simple item record Spade, Paul Vincent 2014-09-17T20:50:27Z 2014-09-17T20:50:27Z 2007-12-27
dc.description.abstract A volume on early-fourteenth century logic and semantics, focusing primarily on the theories of signification and supposition (including ampliation), along with connotation-theory and the theory of mental language. The main authors discussed are Ockham, Burley, Peter of Ailly and, to some extent, Gregory of Rimini, although other people are treated too. Ch. 2 contains a "Thumbnail Sketch of the History of Logic to the End of the Middle Ages." There is an Appendix with a chronological table of names (and comments), and another Appendix of short primary texts that are discussed in the book. en
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dc.rights Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. en
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dc.subject medieval philosophy en
dc.subject medieval logic en
dc.subject semantics en
dc.subject logic en
dc.subject history of logic en
dc.subject medieval semantics en
dc.subject semantic theory en
dc.subject Ockham en
dc.subject Walter Burley en
dc.subject Walter Burleigh en
dc.subject Peter of Ailly en
dc.subject Gregory of Rimini en
dc.subject signification en
dc.subject supposition theory en
dc.subject ampliation en
dc.subject connotation en
dc.subject connotation-theory en
dc.subject connotation theory en
dc.subject Robert Fland en
dc.subject William Heytesbury en
dc.subject mental language en
dc.subject Middle Ages en
dc.subject syllogistic en
dc.subject Stoic logic en
dc.subject syllogism en
dc.title Thoughts, Words and Things: An Introduction to Late Mediaeval Logic and Semantic Theory, Version 1.2. en
dc.type Book en
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