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Bulthuis on Burley on propositions

Over at the blog of the APA today, there’s an excellent interview with Nathaniel Bulthuis, whose research on Walter Burley’s views on the nature of propositions is germane to the interests of medieval logic. Among the many quite interesting things … Continue reading

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Medieval logicians on ‘and’, Part 2

In this post I continue my tour through what medieval logicians have to say about ‘and’ or conjunction (here is Part 1). Roger Bacon in the Art and Science of Logic [1] introduces a distinction between when ‘and’ is used … Continue reading

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