Monthly Archives: September 2016

Introduction: Graziana Ciola

Hi, everyone! I am Graziana – and I am so late it was fashionable a few seasons ago. I am completing my PhD in Philosophy (History and Philosophy of Logic) at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa. My work focuses … Continue reading

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Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic

It’s been I-don’t-know-how-many-years in the making, but the fruits of Stephen Read and Catarina Dutilh Novaes’s work is now available: The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic. The book is divided into two parts. The first part is temporally organized, focusing … Continue reading

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Avicenna in the SEP

Just a quick post today, to note that there is a new article on Avicenna in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Dimitri Gutas, which has an entire section devoted to his logic and epistemology, as well as a very … Continue reading

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Ex impossibili sequitur quidlibet in the 13th C (part 1)

Two weeks ago, I wrote about Ex impossibili sequitur quidlibet in the 12th C. Today, I come back to one of the promises there, namely, to look at part of Joke Spruyt’s “Thirteenth-Century Positions on the Rule ‘Ex Impossibili Sequitur … Continue reading

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Modality Three Ways

I’m currently at Advances in Modal Logic, in Budapest, one of my favorite conferences; I’ve been a regular attendee since 2004 (only missed the one in Australia!) and have given historically-oriented papers every time, usually to great interest. In fact, … Continue reading

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