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Medieval logicians on ‘and’, Part 3

(If you like, you can read Part 1 and Part 2). The best part about this series is that when Thursday afternoon comes around and I realize “Oh! We need something to post on the Medieval Logic blog!”, all I … 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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Medieval logicians on ‘and’, Part 1

Another item on my todo list reads “24. Med Log on &”. So much research time and effort is put into the conditional, or the consequence, and also into negation, while other propositional connectives are relatively little discussed, at least, … Continue reading

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