Tag Archives: obligationes

Bibliography of literature on obligations

For many years now, I’ve maintained a bibliography of literature on obligationes. It has moved around from website to website as I’ve moved around from place to place, and unfortunately my current academic webspace is so limited, I can’t spare … Continue reading

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Ex impossibili sequitur quidlibet in the 13th C (part 2)

Oh, look, it’s Thursday again! Time to write another medieval logic post. We’re still doing Aristotle in my intro class, so I haven’t any new interesting medieval tidbits from class prep to share. So I guess I’ll just return to … Continue reading

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Ex impossibili sequitur quidlibet in the 12th C

At the AAL conference in Melbourne in July, one of the questions that I was asked was about medieval discussions of ex falso/impossibili/contradictione quidlibet sequiter (and its correlate, ad necessarium quodlibet sequiter). The legitimacy of these inferences was significantly discussed … Continue reading

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