Tag Archives: Avicenna

Integrating medieval logicians into Introduction to Logic

Term starts next week, and I am so pleased to be teaching again what is probably my favorite course ever, Introduction to Logic. Most of it is going to be a pretty standard Intro Logic course: syntax and semantics of … 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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Avicenna in a Castle

Every August, I, a hundred of my friends, and all the medieval re-enactment gear you could want spend 10 days at Raglan Castle, in Wales. It is an amazing castle, and a very special place with lots of memories as … Continue reading

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