Tag Archives: Paul of Venice

Syllogism Mnemonics

The other day a colleague of mine asked if I had anything I could send him regarding the medieval syllogism mnemonics. I told him there was some info in the textbook I’m writing, but it’s rather idiosyncratic to the way … Continue reading

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What can you think of?

The St Andrews medieval logic reading group has been working its way through Part II Fascicule 6 of the Logica Magna, which is on the truth and falsity of propositions. In the discussion of the Eighth Way (identified as Peter … 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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