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Selected Bibliography on Medieval Logic: General Studies (Second Part: L - Z)


  1. Lenz, Martin. 2001. "Adam De Wodeham Und Die Entdeckung Des Sachverhalts." In Umbrüche: Historische Wendepunkte Der Philosophie Von Der Antike Bis Zur Neuzeit. Festschrift Für Kurt Flasch Zu Seinem 70. Geburtstag, edited by Kahnert, Klaus and Mojsisch, Burkhard, 99-116. Philadelphia: Grûner.

  2. Libera, Alain de. 1981. "Roger Bacon Et Le Problème De L'appellatio Univoca." In English Logic and Semantics: From the End of the Twelfth Century to the Time of Ockham and Burleigh, edited by Braakhuis, Henk Antonius, Kneepkens, Corneille Henri and Rijk, Lambertus Marie de, 193-234. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.

  3. ———. 1981. "A Propos De Quelques Théories Logiques De Maître Eckhart: Existe-T-Il Une Tradition Médiévale De La Logique Néoplatonicienne?" Revue de Théologie et de Philosophie no. 113:1-24.

  4. ———. 1991. "Roger Bacon Et La Référence Vide. Sur Quelques Antécédents Médiévaux Du Paradoxe De Meinong." In Lectionum Varietates. Hommage À Paul Vignaux, edited by Jolivet, Jean, Kaluza, Zénon and Libera, Alain de, 85-120. Paris: Vrin.

  5. Maierù, Alfonso. 1974. "Il Problema Del Significato Nella Logica Di Pietro Da Mantova." In Antiqui Und Moderni. Traditionbewusstsein Und Fortschrittsbewusstsein Im Späten Mittelalter, edited by Zimmermann, Albert, 155-170. Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter.

  6. Maloney, Thomas. 1983. "The Semiotic of Roger Bacon." Mediaeval Studies no. 45:120-154.

  7. Mates, Benson. 1965. "Pseudo-Scotus on the Soundness of Consequentiae." In Contributions to Logic and Methodology in Honor of J. M. Bochenski, edited by Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa, 132-141. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company.

  8. Meier-Oeser, Stephan. 2009. "Walter Burley's Propositio in Re and the Systematization of the Ordo Significationis." In Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century, edited by Brown, Stephen F., Dewender, Thomas and Kobusch, Theo, 483-505. Leiden: Brill.

  9. Mews, Constant J. 2005. "Logica in the Service of Philosophy: William of Champeaux and His Influence." In Schrift, Schreiber, Schnker. Studien Zur Abtei Sankt Viktor in Paris Und De Viktorinen, edited by Berndt, Rainer, 77-117. Berlin: Akademie Verlag.

  10. Normore, Calvin. 1993. "Petrus Aureoli and His Contemporaries on Future Contingents and Excluded Middle." Synthese no. 96:83-92.

  11. Nuchelmans, Gabriel. 1983. "Medieval Problems Concerning Substitutivity (Paul of Venice, Logica Magna, Ii, 11, 7-8)." In Atti Del Convegno Internazionale Di Storia Della Logica, edited by Abrusci, Michele, Casari, Ettore and Mugnai, Massimo, 69-80. Bologna: CLUEB.

  12. Ottman, Jennifer, and Wood, Rega. 1999. "Walter Burley: His Life and Works." Vivarium no. 37:1-23.

  13. Panaccio, Claude, and Bendwell, Ivan. 2006. "Le Nominalisme D'oresme Et La Sémantique De La Connotation Dans Les Questiones in Aristotelis De Anima." In "Ad Ingenii Acuitionem". Studies in Honour of Alfonso Maierù, edited by Caroti, Stefano, Imbach, Ruedi, Kaluza, Zénon, Stabile, Giorgio and Sturlese, Loris, 281-302. Louvain-la-Neuve: Fédération Internationale des Instituts d'Études Médiévales.

  14. Perreiah, Alan. 1978. "Insolubilia in the 'Logica Parva' of Paul of Venice." Medioevo.Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale no. 4:145-172.

  15. Pinborg, Jan. 1981. "Walter Burley on Exclusives." In English Logic and Semantics: From the End of the Twelfth Century to the Time of Ockham and Burleigh, edited by Braakhuis, Henk Antonius, Kneepkens, Corneille Henri and Rijk, Lambertus Marie de, 305-320. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.

  16. Pinzani, Roberto. 1995. ""Categorizzazione" in Prisciano E Nei Suoi Interpreti Del Xii Secolo." Philo-Logica no. 4:17-33.

  17. Prior, Arhtur Norman. 1953. "On Some 'Consequentiae' in Walter Burleigh." New Scholasticism no. 27:433-446.

  18. Redmond, Walter. 1979. "Formal Logic in New Spain: The Work of Fray Alonso." International Philosophical Quarterly no. 19:331-351.

  19. Rosier-Catach, Irène. 2005. "The Glosulae in Priscianum and Its Tradition." In Flores Grammaticae. Essays in Memory of Vivien Law, edited by McLelland, Nicola and Linn, Andrew, 81-99. Münster: Nodus Publikationen.

  20. ———. 2007. "Priscian on Divine Ideas and Mental Conceptions. The Discussions in the Glosulae in Priscianum, the Notae Dunelmenses, William of Champeaux and Abelard." Vivarium no. 45:219-237.

  21. Saarinen, Risto. 1999. "Walter Burley on Akrasia: Second Thoughts." Vivarium no. 37:60-71.

  22. Spade, Paul Vincent. 1981. "'Insolubilia' and Bradwardine's Theory of Signfication." Medioevo.Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale no. 7:115-134.

  23. ———. 1984. "A Defense of a Burlean Dilemma." Franciscan Studies no. 44:193-196.

  24. ———. 1988. "Anselm and the Background to Adam Wodeham's Theory of Abstract and Concrete Terms." Rivista di Storia della Filosofia no. 43:261-271.

  25. Stump, Eleonore. 1980. "Dialectic in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries: Garlandus Compotista." History and Philosophy of Logic no. 1:1-18.

    "Dialectic is a standard and important part of the "Logica vetus" (or old logic) in medieval philosophy. It has its ultimate origins in Aristotle's "Topics", its fundamental source in Boethius's "De topics differentiis", and its flowering in its absorption into fourteenth-century theories of consequences or conditional inferences. The chapter on topics in Garlandus Compotista's logic book is the oldest scholastic work on dialectic still extant. In this paper I show the differences between Boethius's theory of topics and Garlandus's in order to illustrate the role of topics in early scholastic logic. I argue that for Garlandus topics are warrants for the inference from the antecedent to the consequent in a conditional proposition and that he is interested in topics because of overriding interest in hypothetical syllogisms. I conclude by discussing briefly the relationship between Garlandus's use of topics and Twelfth-century accounts."

  26. ———. 1981. "Roger Swyneshed's Theory of Obligation." Medioevo.Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale no. 7:135-174.

  27. Sylla, Edith. 1984. "Walter Burley's Tractatus Primus: Evidence Concerning the Relations of Disputations and Written Works." Franciscan Studies no. 44:257-294.

  28. Tachau, Katherine. 1980. "Adam Wodeham on First and Second Intentions." Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin no. 51:29-55.

  29. ———. 1987. "Wodeham, Crathorn and Holcot: The Development of the Complexe Significabile." In Logos and Pragma. Essays on the Philosophy of Language in Honour of Professor Gabriel Nuchelmans, edited by Rijk, Lambertus Marie de and Braakhuis, Henk Antonius, 161-187. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.

  30. Tavuzzi, Michael. 1992. "Hervaeus Natalis and the Philosophical Logic of the Thomism of the Renaissance." Doctor Communis no. 45:132-152.

  31. Thom, Paul. 1982. "Conversion of Propositions Containing Singular or Quantified Terms in Pseudo-Scotus." History and Philosophy of Logic no. 3:129-149.

    "A formal analysis is offered of Pseudo-Scotus's theory of the conversion of (I) propositions containing singular terms (including propositions with a singular term as predicate): and (II) propositions with a quantified predicate. An attempt is made to steer a middle course between using the Aristotelian logic as a framework for the analysis, and using a Fregean framework."

  32. ———. 2007. Logic and Ontology in the Syllogistic of Robert Kilwardby. Leiden: Brill.

  33. Wallace, William. 1996. "Albert the Great's Inventive Logic: His Exposition on the 'Topics' of Aristotle." American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly no. 70:11-39.

  34. Wood, Rega. 1999. "Willing Wickedly: Ockham and Burley Compared." Vivarium no. 37:72-93.