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List of the Contents of the European Symposia on Medieval Logic and Semantics

Contents of this Section

This part of the section Medieval Logic includes the following pages:

Medieval Logic

Medieval Logic: A General Overview

General Bibliography on Medieval Logic

Studies in English: A - J

Studies in English: K - Z

Studies in French, Italian and German

List of the Contents of the European Symposia on Medieval Logic and Semantics (Current page)


Latin Logic until the Eleventh Century

Cicero and the origins of Latin Logic

Cicero: Logic and Rhetoric in His Philosophical Works

Editions of the Philosophical Works of Cicero

Cicero's philosophical works. A Selected Bibliography

Boethius' Contribution to the Development of Medieval Logic

The Philosophical Works of Boethius. Editions and Translations

Boethius logic as a discourse on Being

Selected Bibliography on the Logical Works of Boethius


Pages under construction:

Selected Bibliography on Latin Logic until the Eleventh Century

The Birth of the Liberal Arts: the Trivium (Grammar, Dialectic, Rhetoric)

Logic and Grammar in the Twelfth Century

Selected Bibliography on the Twelfth Century

The Development of Logic in the Thirteenth Century

The Development of Logic in the Fourteenth Century

Selected Bibliography on the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries


Medieval Theories of Supposition (Reference) and Mental Language

Medieval Theories of Supposition

Bibliography on the Medieval Theories of Supposition and Mental Language:

Supposition A - L

Supposition M - Z


The Philosophy of Peter Abelard

I. Logic, Semantics and Ontology in the Work of Abelard

II. Theories of the Copula in the Logical Works of Abelard

Selected Bibliography on His Philosophy

Editions and Translations of the Logical Works

Bibliography of English Studies on Peter Abelard: General Studies, Philosophy of Language and Mind

Selected Bibliography on His Logic and Metaphysics

Abelard: A - L

Abelard: M - Z

Bibliographies on Abelard in languages other than English:

Bibliographie des études en Français

Bibliografia degli studi in Italiano

Bibliographie der Studien auf Deutsch

Bibliografía de estudios en Español

Bibliografía de estudos em Português


The Philosophy of Jean Buridan

Editions, Translations and Studies on the Manuscript Tradition

I. An Overview of the Summulae de Dialectica

II. The Treatise on Consequences and Other Writings

Selected Bibliography on the Logic and Metaphysics of Buridan

Buridan: A - K

Buridan: L - Z

Editions, Translations and Studies on the Manuscript Tradition


Annotated bibliographies of historians of medieval logic

Bibliography of E. Jennifer Ashworth

Bibliography of Lambertus Marie de Rijk


  1. Markowski, Miecislaus, Pinborg, Jan, and Rijk, Lambertus Marie de, eds. 1973. First European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics.

    First European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Warsaw 1973.

    Acts not published.

    "The first Symposium consisted of three people in a cafe in Warsaw in 1973." (Stephen Read, "Sophisms in Medieval Logic and Grammar", Dordrect: Kluwer 1993, Preface, p. VIII)A meeting in a café in Warsaw.

  2. Second European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics. 1974.

    Second European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Leiden, Nijmegen, Utrecht 1974.

    The papers appeared in various journals.

  3. Pinborg, Jan, ed. 1976. The Logic of John Buridan. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

    Acts of the 3rd European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Copenhagen, 1975.

    Contents: Preface 7; List of Participants 8; Mieczyslaw Markovski: Johannes Buridans Kommentare zu Aristoteles' Organon in Mitteleuropas Bibliotheken 9; Graziella Federici Vescovini: A propos de la diffusion des oeuvres de Jean Buridan en Italie du XIVe au XVIe siècle 21; Karin Margareta Fredborg: Buridan's Quaestiones super Rhetoricam Aristotelis 47; E. P. Bos: John Buridan and Marsilius of Inghen on Consequences 61; Jan Pinborg: The Summulae, Tractatus I De introductionibus 71; L. M. de Rijk: On Buridan's Doctrine of Connotation 91; Alfonso Maierù: Significatio et connotatio chez Buridan 101; Desmond Paul Henry: Negative Terms and Buridan's Syllogistic 115; N. J. Green-Pedersen: The Summulae of John Buridan, Tractatus VI De locis 121; Sten Ebbesen: The Summulae, Tractatus VII De fallaciis 139; Index of Writings of John Buridan Edited or Quoted 163; Index of Medieval Authors and Scribes 164; Index of Manuscripts 164.

  4. Braakhuis, Henk A.G., Kneepkens, Corneille Henri, and Rijk, Lambertus Marie de, eds. 1981. English Logic and Semantics. From the End of the Twelfth Century to the Time of Ockham and Burleigh. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.

    Acts of the 4th European Symposium on Mediaeval Logic and Semantics, Leiden-Nijmegen, 1979.

    Table of Contents: Preface VII; List of Participants VIII; L.M. de Rijk: Abailard's Semantic Views in the Light of Later Developments 1; C.H. Kneepkens: Robert Blund and the Theory of Evocation 59; Klaus Jacobi: Wilhelm von Shyreswood und die Dialectica Monacensis 99; H.A.G. Braakhuis: English Tracts on Syncategorematic Terms from Robert Bacon to Walter Burley 131; Karin Margareta Fredborg: Roger Bacon on "Impositio vocis ad significandum" 167; Alain de Libera: Roger Bacon et le problème de l'appellatio univoca 193; Osmund Lewry: The Oxford Condemnations of 1277 in Grammar and Logic 235; N. J. Green-Pedersen: Walter Burley, De Consequentiis and the Origin of the Theory of Consequence 279; J. Pinborg: Walter Burley on Exclusives 305; Sten Ebbesen: Suprasegmental Phonemes in Ancient and Mediaeval Logic 331; Paul Desmond Henry: Suppositio and Significatio in English Logic 361; Elizabeth Karger: Would Ockham Have Shaved Wyman's Beard? 389; H. Hubien: Buridan and Lesniewski on the Copula 415; Ria van der Lecq: Buridan on Modal Propositions 427; Graziella Federici Vescovini: A la recherche du mystérieux Buser 443; Index of Manuscripts 461; Index of Ancient and Mediaeval Names 465-471.

  5. Maierù, Alfonso, ed. 1982. English Logic in Italy in the 14th and 15th Centuries. Napoli: Bibliopolis.

    Acts of the 5th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Rome, 1980.

    William J. Courtenay: The Early Stages in the Introduction of Oxford Logic into Italy 13; Patrick Osmund Lewry: Robertus Anglicus and the Italian Kilwardby 33; Francesco Del Punta: La "logica" di R. Feribrigge nella tradizione manoscritta italiana 53; Alfonso Maierù: Le ms. Oxford, canonici misc. 219 et la "logica" de Strode 87; Sten Ebbese, Jan Pinborg: Thott 581 4, or De ente rationis, de definitione accidentis, de probatione terminorum 111; Corneille Henri Kneepkens: The Mysterious Buser Again: William Buser of Heusden and the Obligationes Tract Ob rogatum 147; Lambert Marie de Rijk: Semantics in Richard Billingham and Johannes Venator 166; Katherine H. Tachau: The Response to Ockham's and Aureol's Epistemology (1320-1340) 185; Mieczyslaw Markowski: Die Anschauungen des Walter Burleigh über die Universalien 219; Egbert Peter Bos: Peter of Mantua's Tract on Appellatio and His Interpretation of Immanent Forms 231; Alain de Libera: Apollinaire Offredi critique de Pierre de Mantoue: le Tractatus de instanti et la logique du changement 253; Alessandro D. Conti: Alcune note sulla Expositio super universalia Porphyrii et artem veterem Aristotelis di Paolo Veneto: analogie e differenze con i corrispondenti commenti di Walter Burley 293; Massimo Mugnai: La Expositio reduplicativarum chez Walter Burleigh et Paulus Venetus 305; Ria van der Lecq: Paul of Venice on Composite and Divided Sense 321; Elizabeth Karger: La supposition matérielle comme supposition significative: Paul de Venise, Paul de Pergula 331; Henk A. G. Brakhuis: Paul of Pergula's Commentary on the Sophismata of William Heytesbury 343; Graziella Federici Vescovini: Il commento di Angelo di Fossombrone al "De tribus praedicamentis" di Guglielmo Heytesbury 359-374.

  6. Lewry, Patrick Osmond, ed. 1985. The Rise of British Logic. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies.

    Acts of the 6th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Balliol College, Oxford, 1983.

    Contents: P. O. Lewry: Preface IX; 1. Sten Ebbesen: OXYNAT: A Theory about the Origins of British Logic 1; 2. P. Osmund Lewry: Oxford Logic 1250-1275: Nicholas and Peter of Cornwall on Past and Future Realities 19; 3. Alain de Libera: La littérature des Abstractiones et la tradition logique d'Oxford 63; 4. C. H. Kneepkens: Roger Bacon's Theory of the Double Intellectus: A Note on the Development of the Theory of Congruitas, and Perfectio in the First Half of the Thirteenth Century 115; 5. Georgette Sinkler: Roger Bacon on the Compounded and Divided Senses 145; 6. Alessandro D. Conti: Thomas Sutton's Commentary on the Categories according to MS Oxford, Merton College 289 173; 7. Desmond Paul Henry: Some Thirteenth-Century Existential Disputes: Their Identification and Its Status 215; 8. Francesco Bottin: The Mertonians' Metalinguistic Sciences and the Insolubilia 235; 9. Ria van der Lecq: William Heytesbury on 'Necessity' 249; 10. Joël Biard: La signification d'objets imaginaires dans quelques textes anglais du XlVe siecle (Guillaume Heytesbury, Henry Hopton) 265; 11. N. J. Green-Pedersen: Early British Treatises on Consequences 285; 12. E. J. Ashwort: English Obligations Texts after Roger Swyneshed: The Tracts beginning 'Obligatio est quaedam ars' 309; 13. Stephen Read: 'I promise a penny that I do not promise' The Realist/Nominalist Debate over Intensional Propositions in Fourteenth-Century British Logic and its Contemporary Relevance 335; 14. Graziella Federici Vescovini: L'influence des Regulae solvendi sophismata de Guillaume Heytesbury: L'Expositio de tribus praedicamentia de Magister Messinus 361; 15. E. P. Bos: Peter of Mantua and his Rejection of Ampliatio and Restrictio 381; Participants in the Sixth European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics 401; Index of manuscripts 405; General Index 409.

    "This collection of fifteen papers from an international symposium held at Oxford in 1983 traces the emergence and development of a distinctive British tradition in logic and semantics from the twelfth to the fourteenth century.

    In a programmatic study of origins Sten Ebbesen indicates that the terminist logic, which had emerged in France in the twelfth century, maintained its vitality in Oxford at a time when it was eclipsed by modist theory in Paris, then returned to the Continent with Ockham. For the thirteenth century, P. Osmund Lewry explores the characteristic preoccupation of some neglected Cornish masters with problems of extensionality, questions of existence and tense; Alain de Libera contrasts William of Sherwood's Oxford source, the magister abstractionum, with the Parisian Abstractiones of Hervaeus sophista; C.H. Kneepkens finds some links with the Parisian tradition in Roger Bacon's treatment of meaningfulness and grammaticality, and Georgette Sinkler relates Bacon's account of grammatical dependence to his reaction against Lambert of Auxerre; Alessandro D. Conti discovers a nominalist reading of the Categories in Thomas Sutton.

    While D.P. Henry shows how the Lesniewskian Ontology may be applied to resolve the existential paradoxes of the Oxford masters and Boethius of Denmark, Francesco Bottin outlines the metalinguistic solution devised by the fourteenth-century Mertonians for paradoxes of truth and falsity. Ria van der Lecq presents William Heytesbury as continuing the Aristotelian theory of modality; Joël Biard reveals his innovatory influence with regard to the signification of imaginary objects. N.J. Green-Pedersen suggests that the fourteenth-century sophismatic exercises of Oxford were the matrix for the widely diffused handbooks of consequentiae E.J. Ashworth traces the diffusion of obligationes texts after Roger Swyneshed. Stephen Read elucidates the conflict between nominalists such fr. Hurley and Wyclif by reference to twentieth-century discussions and the positions of Russell and Frege. Graziella Federici Vescovini pursues the reflections of Heytesbury on the border of logic and physics in Messinus of Coderonco [= Mesino da Codronchi]. E.P. Bos detects John Hunteman's hand behind Paul of Mantua's rejection of Parisian teaching on the ampliation and restriction of terms.

    The collection includes many detailed descriptions of unedited works, and newly edited material from writings of Nicholas and Peter of Cornwall, Richard Clive, Robert Kilwardby, Thomas Sutton and William Heytesbury."

  7. Jolivet, Jean, and de Libera, Alain, eds. 1987. Gilbert de Poitiers et ses contemporains. Aux origines de la Logica Modernorum. Napoli: Bibliopolis.

    Acts of the 7th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Poitiers, 1985.

    Contents: Avant-propos 9;

    Les Écoles du XIIè siècle

    C. J. Mews, Aspects of the Evolution of Peter Abaelard’s Thought on Signification and Predication 15; R. van der Lecq, The Sententie secundum Magistrum Petrum 43; F. Bottin, Quelques discussions sur la transitivité de la prédication dans l’école d’Albéric du Mont 57; E. P. Bos, La théorie de la signification de la « vox significativa ad placitum » dans les Introductions Montanae Maiores 73; Chr. Brousseau-Beuermann, Les Quaestiones de Johannes de Wolve et les Sophismata artis grammaticae du MS Paris, Bibl. nat. lat. 15037 91; H. A. G. Braakhuis, Signification, Appellation and Predication in the Ars Meliduna 107; J. Biard, Sémantique et Ontologie dans l’Ars Meliduna 121;

    Gilbert de Poitiers et les Porretains

    L. M. de Rijk, Gilbert de Poitiers, ses vues sémantiques et métaphysiques 147; J. Gauvin, S.J., Les sens de « nichil » chez Gilbert de la Porrée 173; J. Jolivet, Rhétorique et théologie dans une page de Gilbert de Poitiers 183; S. Knuuttila, Possibility and Necessity in Gilbert of Poitiers 199; K. Schweiss, O.F.M., Logik und Théologie im Dialogus Ratii et Everardi 219; M. L. Colish, Gilbert, the Early Porretans, and Peter Lombard: Semantics and Theology 229; O. Lewry, O.P., The Liber sex principiorum, a Supposedly Porretanean Work: A Study in Ascription 251; M. Haas, Die Wissenschaftsklassifikation des Gilbert von Poitiers 279;

    Grammaire, Logique, Théologie

    I. Rosier, Les acceptions du terme « substantia » chez Pierre Hélie 299; C. H. Kneepkens, « Suppositio » and « supponere » in 12th-Century Grammar 325; A. Galonnier, Le De grammatico et l’origine de la théorie des propriétés des termes 353; Chr. J. Martin, Embarrasing Arguments and Surprising Conclusions in the Development of Theories of the Conditional in the Twelfth Century 377; S. Ebbesen, The Semantics of the Trinity according to Stephen Langton and Andrew Sunesen 401; A. de Libera, Logique et théologie dans la Summa ' Quoniam homines ’ d’Alain de Lille 437; Index des manuscrits 473; Index des noms propres 475-451.

  8. Jacobi, Klaus, ed. 1993. Argumentationstheorie. Scholastische Forschungen zu den logischen und semantischen Regeln korrekten Folgerns. Leiden: Brill.

    Acts of the 8th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Freiburg am Brisgau, 1988.

    Inhalt: Vorwort Xi; Einleitung des Herausgebers XIII; General Introduction XXIII_XXXI;

    I. Topische Inferenz

    Zur Einführung I 3; Introduction I 9; Sten Ebbesen, The Theory of loci in Antiquity and the Middle Ages 15; Hartmut Brands, Topik und Syllogistik bei William of Sherwood 41; Christoph Kann, Zur Behandlung der dialektischen Orter bei Albert von Sachsen 59;

    Claude Lafleur, Logic in the Barcelona compendium (With Special Reference to Aristotle’s Topics and Sophistici elenchi) 81;

    II. Theorie der Folgerung: ex impossibili quidlibet

    Zur Einführung II 101; Introduction II 112; Iwakuma Y., Parvipontani’s Thesis ex impossibili quidlibet sequitur: Comments on the Sources of the Thesis from the Twelfth Century 123; William J. Courtenay, Nominales and Rules of Inference 153; Joke Spruyt,

    Thirteenth-Century Positions on the Rule ‘ex impossibili sequitur quidlibet’, 161; Angel d’Ors Ex impossibili quodlibet sequitur (John Buridan) 195; Franz Schupp, Zur Textrekonstruktion der formalen und materialen Folgerung in der kritischen Ockham-Ausgabe 213; Matthias Kaufmann, Nochmals: Ockhams consequentiae und die materiale Implikation 223; Stephen Read, Formal and Material Consequence, Disjunctive Syllogism and Gamma 233;

    III. Inkonsistenz

    Zur Einführung III 263; Introduction III 270;

    A. Inkonsistenz durch Selbstbezüglichkeit: De insolubilibus

    Ria van der Lecq, The Role of Language-levels in the Medieval Discussion on insolubilia 277; Fabienne Pironet, John Buridan on the Liar Paradox: Study of an Opinion and Chronology of the Texts 293;

    B. Inkonsistenz in bezug auf Zugestandenes: De obligationibus

    Mikko Yrjönsuuri, The Role of Casus in some Fourteenth Century Treatises on Sophismata and Obligations 301; H.A.G. Braakhuis, Albert of Saxony’s De obligationibus. Its Place in the Development of Fourteenth Century Obligational Theory 323; C.H. Kneepkens,

    Willem Buser of Heusden’s Obligationes-Treatise “Ob rogatum”: A ressourcement in the Doctrine of Logical Obligation? 343; E.J. Ashworth, Ralph Strode on Inconsistency in Obligational Disputations 363;

    IV. Grundlagen für Beweise und Argumentationen

    Zur Einführung IV 389; Introduction IV 398; Elizabeth Karger, A Theory of Immediate Inferences Contained in Buridan’s Logic 407; José Miguel Gambra, Medieval Solutions to the Sophism of Accident 431; L. M. de Rijk, Der Streit über das medium demonstrationis die Frucht eines Mißverständnisses? 451; Jeroen van Rijen, Some Medieval Analyses of the Logic of ’qua' 465; Ignacio Angelelli, Augustinus Triumphus’ Alleged destructio of the Porphyrian Tree 483; Gyula Klima, “Socrates est species.” Logic, Metaphysics and Psychology in St. Thomas Aquinas’s Treatment of a Paralogism 491; Allan Bäck, The Ordinary Language Approach in Traditional Logic 507;

    V. Argumentationsformen für spezielle Untersuchungen und Redezwecke

    Zur Einführung V 533; Introduction V 543;

    A. Spezielle Gegenstandsbereiche

    E.P. Bos, A Contribution to the History of Theories of Induction in the Middle Ages 553; Mieczyslaw Markowski, Dialektische und rhetorische Argumentation an der Krakauer Universität im 15. Jahrhundert 577; Renate Würsch, Die Lehre vom Enthymem in der Rhetorik des Aristoteles und ihre Weiterentwicklung bei Avicenna und Averroes 589; Simo Knuuttila, Uber Praktische Argumentation und Logik des Wollens im Mittelalter 607;

    B. Das urteilende Subjekt

    C. F. J. Martin, Rules for Demonstration and Rules for Answering Questions in Aquinas 621; Alexander Broadie, Assent in Inference Theory 637; Katherine H. Tachau, What Senses and Intellect Do: Argument and Judgment in Late Medieval Theories of Knowledge 653;

    VI. Logik und Theologie

    Zur Einführung VI 671; Introduction VI 679; François Beets, “Definite” and “Necessary Truth” in Early Scholastic Logic and Argumentation 687; Hermann Weidemann, Modalität und Konsequenz. Zur logischen Struktur eines theologischen Arguments in Peter Abaelards Dialectica 695; Jan A. Aertsen, Der Satz vom Widerspruch in der mittelalterlichen Philosophie. Baron von Münchhausen, Thomas von Aquin und Nikolaus von Kues 707; Charles Lohr, Ramon Lull’s Theory of Scientific Demonstration 729; Bibliographie 747

    Index rerum 775; Index nominum der antiken und mittelalterlichen Autoren 784; Index nominum der neuzeitlichen Autoren 788-791.

  9. Read, Stephen, ed. 1993. Sophisms in Medieval Logic and Grammar. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

    Acts of the 9th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, St Andrews, June 1990.

    Contents: Preface IX; Stephen Read: Introduction XI;

    Part. I. Sophisms as a Genre

    Robert Andrews: Resoluble, Exponible, and Officiable Terms in the Sophistria of Petrus Olai, MS Uppsala C 599 3; Mario Bertagna: Richard Ferrybridge's Logica: a handbook for solving Sophismata 31; Sten Ebbesen, Boethius de Dacia et al. The sophismata in MSS Bruges SB 509 and Florence Med.-Laur. S. Croce 12 sin. 3 45; C. H. Kneepkens, Orleans 266 and the Sophismata Collection: Master Joscelin of Soissons and the infinite words in the early twelfth century 64; Roberto Lambertini, The Sophismata attributed to Marsilius of Padua 86; Alfonso Maierù, The sophism 'Omnis propositio est vera vel falsa' by Henry Hopton (Pseudo-Heytesbury's De veritate et falsitate propositionis) 103;

    Mieczyslaw Markowski, Die Rolle der Sophismata im Unterricht der Krakauer Universitat im 15. Jahrhundert 116; Fabienne Pironet, The Sophismata asinina of William Heytesbury 128; Paul A. Streveler, A Comparative Analysis of the Treatment of Sophisms in MSS Digby 2 and Royal 12 of the Magister Abstractionum 144; Andrea Tabarroni, 'Omnis phoenix est': Quantification and Existence in a new Sophismata-collection (MS Clm 14522) 185; Mikko Yrjonsuuri, Expositio as a method of solving sophisms 202;

    Paert. II. Grammatical Sophisms

    Christine Brousseau-Beuermann, Grammatical sophisms in collections of logical sophisms: 'Amatus sum' in BN. lat. 16135 219; Irène Rosier, La distinction entre actus exercitus et actus significatus dans les sophismes grammaticaux du MS BN lat. 16618 et autres textes apparentés 231; Mary Sirridge, Interest mea et imperatoris castam ducere in uxorem: can 'est' be used impersonally? 262;

    Part. III. Logical Sophisms

    Allan Bäck, Who is the worthiest of them all? 277; Joël Biard, Albert de Saxe et les Sophismes de l'Infini 288; Alessandro D. Conti, Il Sofisma di Paolo Veneto: 'Sortes in quantum homo est animal' 304; Jeffrey S. Coombs, The Soul of the Antichrist necessarily will be a being: A modal sophism in 16th century logic texts 319; Gyula Klima, 'Debeo tibi equum': a reconstruction of the theoretical framework of Buridan's treatment of the sophisma 333; Simo Knuuttila, Trinitarian Sophisms in Robert Holcot's Theology 348; Christopher J. Martin, Obligations and Liars 357; Angel d'Ors, Hominis asinus/Asinus hominis 382; Claude Panaccio, Solving the insolubles: hints from Ockham and Burley 398;

    Index of Manuscripts 413; Index of Names 418-421,

  10. Braakhuis, Henk Antonius, and Kneepkens, Corneille Henri, eds. 2003. Aristotle's Peri hermeneias in the Latin Middle Ages. Essays on the Commentary Tradition. Groningen: Ingenium Publishers.

    Acts of the 10th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Leiden 1992.

    Table of Contents V; Preface VII; Introduction IX-XLI; Yukio wakuma: William of Champeaux and the Introductiones 1; Sten Ebbesen: Questions and Sophismata: Tracking Peter of Auvergne 31; Alan Perreiah: Orality and Literacy in the De interpretatione Tradition 51; Robert Andrews: The Modistae and John Duns Scotus's Quaestiones super Perihermeneias 67; Claude Panaccio: Debates on Mental Language in the Early Fourteenth Century 85; Joël Biard: Le statut des énoncés dans les commentaires du Peri hermeneias de Gautier Burley 103; M. Kaufmann: The Discussion on the Nature of the Concept in Ockham's Perihermeneias Commentary 119; Mieczyslaw H. Markowski: Der Kommentar des Peter Wysz von Polen zu De interpretatione des Aristoteles 135; Gino Roncaglia: Mesino de Codronchi's Discussion on Syncategoremata and Mental Language in His Quaestiones on De interpretatione 149; Irène Rosier: Variations médiévales sur l'opposition entre signification "ad placitum" et signification naturelle 165; L. M. de Rijk: The Logic of Indefinite Names in Boethius, Abelard, Duns Scotus and Radulphus Brito 207; Judith Dijs: Radulphus Brito's Use of Intentio in Quaestio 9 of His In Peri hermeneias 235; Christian Strub: Propositio una / multiplex in Abelard: A Note on the Relationship of Dialectic and Grammar 257; Joke Spruyt, The Semantics of Complex Expressions in John Duns Scotus, Peter Abelard and John Buridan 275; F. Beets: Theories of Prediction from Boethius to Thomas Aquinas 305; Allan Bäck: Aquinas on Predication 321; Andrea Tabarroni, The 10th Thesis in Logic Condemned at Oxford in 1277 339; C. H. Kneepkens, Aristotle's Transposition and the Twelfth-Century Commentaries on De interpretatione, 20b1-12: An Exploratory Study 363; Simo Knuuttila: Truth and Falsity as Modal Notions: Some Medieval Comments on De interpretatione, 12, 22a13 413; Elizabeth Karger: John Buridan's Theory of the Logical Relations Between General Modal Formulae 429; Indices 445; Index Locorum 447; Index Nominum 462; Index Rerum 468; Manuscripts Mentioned 483; Bibliography 485-509.

    "The majority of the twenty essays of the present volume were originally delivered at the Xth European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics held at Nijmegen, 22 - 26 June, 1992, that was devoted to the tradition of Aristotle's Peri hermeneias in the Latin Middle Ages. Circumstances made it impossible to publish the proceedings immediately after the symposium. Since the editors were, nevertheless, aware that the material presented was extremely important for further studies on the history of medieval logic, semantics and philosophy of language, they decided, some time ago, to ask the contributors to update, revise or rewrite their essays in preparation for the publication of this collection. Although some authors have partially drawn on material found in this collection for publications elsewhere, most of the information contained in these essays remains new, including the many detailed descriptions and editions of unedited works that will constitute a greatly appreciated resource in the study of medieval philosophy." (From the Preface)

  11. Marmo, Costantino, ed. 1997. Vestigia, Imagines, Verba: Semiotics and Logic in Medieval Theological Texts (XIIth-XIVth Century). Turnhout: Brepols.

    Acts of the 11th Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, San Marino, 24-28 May 1994.

    C. Marmo, Preface 7; J. Jolivet, Platonisme et sémantique, de Bernard de Chartres aux Porrétains 9; Y. Iwakuma, Enuntiabilia in XIIth century logic and theology 19; L. Valente, "Iustus et misericors". L'usage théologique des notions de consignificatio et connotatio dans la séconde moitié du XIIe siècle 37; C. Marmo, Inferential signs and Simon of Tournai's general theory of signification 61; O. Kneepkens, Please don't call me Peter: I'm enuntiabile, not a thing. A note on the enuntiabile and the proper noun 83; M. Sirridge, The wailing of orphans, the cooing of doves and the groans of the sick: the influence of Augustine's theory of language on some theories of interjection 99; S. Vecchio, Mensonge, simulation, dissimulation. Primauté de l'intention et ambiguïté du langage dans la théologie morale du bas Moyen Age 117; A. D'Ors, Insolubilia in some medieval theological texts 133; S. Ebbesen, Doing theology with sophismata 151; A. de Libera - I. Rosier, L'analyse scotiste de la formule de la consécration eucharistique et ses enjeux logico-sémantiques 171; A. Bäck, Reduplicative propositions in the theology of John Duns Scotus 203; L. O. Nielsen, Signification, likeness and causality. The sacraments as signs by divine imposition in John Duns Scotus, Durand of St. Pourcain and Peter Auriol 223; C. J. Martin, Impossible Positio as the foundation of metaphysics, or, logic on the Scotist plan? 255; S. Knuuttila, "Positio impossibilis": a medieval discussion of the Trinity 277; E. J. Ashwort, Analogy and equivocation in Thomas Sutton, O. P. 289; R. L. Friedman, Conceiving and modifying reality: some modist roots of Peter Auriol's theory of concept formation 305; J. Spruyt, The extreme realism of Gerardus Odonis, C. Panaccio, Angel's talk, mental language and the transparency of the mind 323; D. Perler, Crathorn on mental language 337; L.M. de Rijk, Guiral Ot (Gerardus Odonis) o.f.m. (1279-1349): his view of copulative being in his Commentary of the Sentences 355; J. M. M. H. Thijssen: The crisis over Ockhamist hermeneutic and its semantic background: the methodological significance of the censure of December 29, 1340 371; J. Biard, La science divine entre signification et vision chez Grégoire de Rimini 393; Egbert Peter Bos, "Deus est." A Scotistic discussion of "Deus est" as a self-evident proposition 409; Paul J. J. M. Bakker, Hoc est corpus meum. L'analyse de la formule de consécration chez des théologiens du XIVe et XVe siècles 427-451.

  12. Angelelli, Ignacio, and Pérez-Ilzarbe, Paloma, eds. 2000. Medieval and Renaissance Logic in Spain. Hildesheim: Georg Olms.

    Acts of the 12th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, University of Navarre, Pamplona, 1997.

    Table of Contents: Preface VII; List of Contributors IX-X;

    Section I. Peter of Spain and His Commentators

    Mikko Yrjönsuuri: Words and Things in Peter of Spain's Syncategoremata 3; José Miguel Gambra: The Fallacy of the Accident in Peter of Spain's Tractatus and in Other Thirteenth-Century Works 21; Sten Ebbesen, Irène Rosier-Catach: Robertus Anglicus on Peter of Spain 61; Dino Buzzetti: Blasius Pelacani, the Paradoxes of Implication and the Notion of Logical Consequence 97; Alfonso Maierù: Antonio da Scarperia's Commentary on Peter of Spain's Tractatus 137;

    Section II. Studies on Spanish Logical Texts

    José Angel García Cuadrado: Tradition and Innovation in the Logical Treatises of St. Vincent Ferrer (1350-1419) 159; Joke Spruyt: Some Remarks on Semantic Topics in Two Spanish Tractatus de Consequentiis 183; L. M. de Rijk: Logica Morelli. Some Notes on the Semantics of a Fifteenth Century Spanish Logic 209; Angel D'Ors: "Dubium proponitur": Andrés Limos and the Treatise on Obligations 225; Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe: Time and Propositions in Jerónimo Pardo 251; Joël Biard: Les trois "voies" selon les textes logiques de Jean de Celaya 275; E. J. Ashworth: Domingo de Soto on Obligationes: His Use of Dubie positio 291; Ria van der Lecq: Domingo de Soto on Universals and the Ontology of Intentions 309; E. P. Bos: Nature and Number of the Categories and the Division of Being According to Domingo de Soto (1495-1560) 327; William McMahon: The Categories in Some Post-Medieval Spanish Philosophers 355;

    Section III. Other studies

    C. H. Kneepkens: The Absoluta cuiuslibet Attributed to P. H. Some Notes in His Transmission and the Use Made of It by Robert Kilwardby and Roger Bacon 373; Lynn Cates: Lull's Modal Voluntarism 405; Allan Bäck: The Structure of Scotus' Formal Distinction 411; Christopher J. Martin: Logic for Distinctions: Peter of Navarre and the Scotistic Treatment of Impossible Hypotheses 439;

    Indexes: Index of manuscripts 467; Index of names 471; Index of concepts 477-479.

  13. Biard, Joël, and Rosier-Catach, Irène, eds. 2003. La tradition médiévale des Catégories (XIIe-XVe siècles). Louvain: Peeters.

    Acts of the 13th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Avignon, 2000.

    Table des matières: Introduction V;

    A. Nombre et nature des categories

    Valentin Omelyantchyk: La question d'Alexandre dans les commentaires medievaux sur les Catégories 1; Giorgio Pini: Scotus on Deducing Aristotle's Categories 23; Mischa von Perger: Understanding the Categories by Division: Walter of Burley vs. William of Ockham 37; William McMahon: Some Non-Standard Views and Their Definition in Ockham's Nominalism 53; Allan Bäck: Avicenna on Relations 69;

    B. Problèmes linguistiques et logiques

    Costantino Marmo: Types of Opposition in the post-predicamenta in Thirteenth-Century Commentaries 85; C. H. Kneepkens: Clarembald of Arras and the Notionistae 105; E. Jennifer Ashworth: L'equivocité, l'univocité et les noms propres 127; Claude Panaccio: Connotative Concepts and Their Definition in Ockham's Nominalism 141; Fabienne Pironet: Siger de Brabant et les catégories: la signification des termes accidentels 157; Fabrizio Amerini: Catégories et langage mental: une critique de Francois de Prato a Guillaume d'Ockham 173; Richard Gaskin: Complexe significabilia and Aristotle's Categories 187;

    C. Problèmes physiques, psychologiques, métaphysiques

    E. P. Bos: Petrus Thomae on Unity That Is Less Than Numerical 207; Christopher Martin: The Role of Categories in the Development of Abelard's Theory of Possibility 225; William Courtenay: The Categories, Michael of Massa and Natural Philosophy at Paris, 1335-1340 243; Simo Knuuttila: Locating Emotions in the Categories 261;

    D. Problemes théologiques

    Andrea Tabarroni: "Utrum deus sit in praedicamenta": Ontological Simplicity and Categorical Inclusion 271; Luisa Valente: "Talia sunt subiecta qualia predicata permittunt": le principe de l'approche contextuelle 289;

    E. Monographies

    Yukio Iwakuma: William of Champeaux on Aristotle's Categories 313; Joke Spruyt: Twelfth-Century Gloses on Categories 329; Sten Ebbesen: Anonymus D'Orvillensis on the Categories 347; Joël Biard: Le traité sur les catégories de Blaise de Parme 365; Bibliographie 379; Index des noms 399.

  14. Maierù, Alfonso, and Valente, Luisa, eds. 2004. Medieval Theories on Assertive and Non-Assertive Language. Firenze: Olschki.

    Acts of the 14th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Rome, 2002.

    Contents: Preface VII-VIII; Irène Rosier-Catach: Les discussions sur le signifié des propositions chez Abélard et ses contemporains 1; Kevin Guilfoy: Peter Abelard’s Two Theories of the Proposition 35; John Marenbon: Dicta, Assertion and Speech Acts: Abelard and some Modern Interpreters 59; Yukio Iwakuma: Are Argumentations Propositions? 81; Christopher J. Martin: Propositionality and Logic in the Ars Meliduna 111; Sten Ebbesen: Porretaneans on Propositions 129; Allan Bäck: Avicenna on the Categorical Assertion 141; Luisa Valente: Virtus significationis, violentia usus. Porretan Views on Theological Hermeneutics 163; Costantino Marmo: Una semantica del verbo nella grammatica e nella teologia tra XII e XIII secolo 185; Simo Knuuttila: Wodeham’s Cognitive Theory of the Passions 207; C. H. Kneepkens: The via antiqua and the via moderna in Grammar: the late Medieval Discussions on the Subject of the Sentence 219; Christoph Kann: Assertive and non-Assertive Sentences. Classifications of the oratio perfecta in the Thirteenth Century 245; Frédéric Goubier: Propositions modales et paradigmes logiques au XIIIe siècle 259; Andrea Tabarroni: «Plures interrogations»: A Fallacy in Question? 289; Giorgio Pini: Scotus on Assertion and the Copula: a Comparison with Aquinas 307; Fabrizio Amerini: Le statut de la proposition chez Hervé de Nédellec 333; Ernesto Perini-Santos: La structure de la proposition modale ockhamienne 355; Aurélien Robert: Les propositions singulières chez Guillaume d’Ockham 377; Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe: Complexio, enunciatio, assensus: the Role of Propositions in Knowledge According to John Buridan 401; Gyula Klima: John Buridan and the Force-Content Distinction 415; Joël Biard: Signification et assertion chez Blaise de Parme 429; Laurent Cesalli: «Ubi est propositio?» Richard Brinkley sur les lieux de la proposition (Summa Logicae V. 1-5) 445; Alessandro D. Conti: Complexe significabile and Truth in Gregory of Rimini and Paul of Venice 473; Richard Gaskin: Complexe Significabilia and the Formal Distinction 495; E. Jennifer Ashworth: Singular Terms and Predication in Some late Fifteenth and Sixteenth century Thomistic Logicians 517; Angel d’Ors: «Propositions de modo loquendi inconsueto: de mixta suppositione» 537; Index of manuscripts 571; Index of names 573-580.

  15. Marenbon, John, ed. 2007. The Many Roots of Medieval Logic: The Aristotelian and the Non-Aristotelian Traditions. Leiden: Brill.

    Acts of the 15th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Cambridge, 2004.

    Also published in Vivarium, 45, 2007.

    Contents: John Marenbon , Introduction 1;

    I. Roots, Traditions and the Multiplicity of Medieval Logic

    Sten Ebbesen: The Traditions of Ancient Logic-cum-Grammar in the Middle Ages — What’s the Problem? 6

    II. Stoic Logic and Linguistics

    Christopher J. Martin: Denying Conditionals: Abaelard and the Failure of Boethius’ Account of the Hypothetical Syllogism 23; Martin Lenz , Are Toughts and Sentences Compositional? A Controversy between Abelard and a Pupil of Alberic on the Reconciliation of Ancient Teses on Mind and Language 39; Anne Grondeux: Res Meaning a Thing Thought: The Influence of the Ars donati 59;

    III. Platonism in Logic and Semantics

    Christophe E rismann: The Logic of Being: Eriugena’s Dialectical Ontology 73; Irène Rosier-Catach: Priscian on Divine Ideas and Mental Conceptions: The Discussions in the Glosulae in Priscianum, the Notae Dunelmenses, William of Champeaux and Abelard 89; Stefania Bonfiglioli and Costantino Marmo: Symbolism and Linguistic Semantics. Some Questions (and Confusions) from Late Antique Neoplatonism up to Eriugena 108;

    IV. Aristotle, Augustine and Stoicism

    Mary Sirridge: “Utrum idem sint dicere et intelligere sive videre in mente”: Robert Kilwardby, Quaestiones in librum primum Sententiarum 123; Claude Panaccio: Mental Language and Tradition Encounters in Medieval Philosophy: Anselm, Albert and Ockham 139; Laurent Cesalli: Intentionality and Truth-Making: Augustine’s Influence on Burley and Wyclif’s Propositional Semantics 153;

    V. Aristotelian Traditions in Medieval Logic

    Luisa Valente: Names That Can Be Said of Everything: Porphyrian Tradition and ‘Transcendental’ Terms in Twelfth-Century Logic 168; E. Jennifer Ashworth: Metaphor and the Logicians from Aristotle to Cajetan 181; Christophe Grellard: Scepticism, Demonstration and the Infinite Regress Argument (Nicholas of Autrecourt and John Buridan) 198; Catarina Dutilh Novaes: Theory of Supposition vs. Theory of Fallacies in Ockham 213; Egbert P. Bos , Richard Billingham’s Speculum puerorum, Some Medieval Commentaries and Aristotle 230;

    Bibliography 244-262.

  16. Tabarroni, Andrea, ed. 2006. The Theory of Fallacies and Its Use from Boethius to Paul of Venice.

    Acts of the 16th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Udine 2006.

    The Proceedings were not published.

  17. Bos, Egbert Peter, ed. 2013. Medieval Supposition Theory Revisited: Studies in Memory of L. M. de Rijk. Leiden: Brill.

    Acts of the 17th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Leiden, 2008.

    Also published as Volume 51, 1-4 (2013) of Vivarium.

    In Collaboration with H.A.G. Brakhuis, W. Duba, C. H. Kneepkens, and C. Schabel.

    Contents: E. P. Bos: Preface 1; E.P. Bos and B.G. Sundholm: Introduction 3;

    Early Supposition Theory in General

    LM. de Rijk: Semantics and Ontology. An Assessment of Medieval Terminism 13; Sten Ebbesen: Early Supposition Theory II 60;

    Arabic Philosophy

    Allan Bäck: Avicenna’s Theory of Supposition 81;

    XIIth Century

    Luisa Valente: Supposition Theory and Porretan Theology: Summa Zwettlensis and Dialogus Ratii et Everardi 119;

    XIIIth Century

    Mary Sirridge: Supposition and the Fallacy of Figure of Speech in the Abstractiones 147; Julie Brumberg-Chaumont: The Role of Discrete Terms in the Theory of the Properties of Terms 169; Dafne Mure: Suppositum between Logic and Metaphysics: Simon of Faversham and his Contemporaries (1270-1290) 205;

    XIVth Century

    Costantino Marmo: Scotus on Supposition 233; Simo Knuuttila: Supposition and Predication in Medieval Trinitarian Logic 260; Laurent Cesalli: Richard Brinkley on Supposition 275; Alessandro D. Conti: Semantic and Ontological Aspects of Wyclif’s Theory of Supposition 304; Fabrizio Amerini: Thomas Aquinas and Some Italian Dominicans (Francis of Prato, Georgius Rovegnatinus and Girolamo Savonarola) on Signification and Supposition 327; Catarina Dutilh Novaes: The Role of ‘Denotatur’ in Ockham’s Theory of Supposition 352; Claude Panaccio: Ockham and Buridan on Simple Supposition 371; E. Jennifer Ashworth: Descent and Ascent from Ockham to Domingo de Soto: An Answer to Paul Spade 385; Ernesto Perini-Santos: When the Inference ‘p is true, therefore p’ Fails: John Buridan on the Evaluation of Propositions 411;

    XV-XVI-XVIIth Centuries

    Angel d’ Ors: Logic in Salamanca in the Fifteenth Century. The Tractatus suppositionum terminorum by Master Franquera 427; Stephan Meier-Oeser: The Hermeneutical Rehabilitation of Supposition Theory in Seventeenth-Century Protestant Logic 464;

    Logic: Medieval and Modern

    Sara L. Uckelman: A Quantified Temporal Logic for Ampliation and Restriction 485; Terry Parsons, The Expressive Power of Medieval Logic 511;

    Index Locorum 525; Index Nominum 539; Manuscripts Mentioned 552-553.

  18. Marmo, Costantino. 2011. "Pragmatic Approaches to Language During the Middle Ages. IX-XIV Century." Vivarium. An International Journal for the Philosophy and Intellectual life of the Middle Ages and Renaissance no. 49.

    Acts of the 18th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Bologna, 2010.

    Costantino Marmo and Irène Rosier-Catach: Introduction 1; Allan Bäck: Avicenna's Hermenutics 9; Christopher J. Martin: “What An Ugly Child”: Abaelard on Translation, Figurative Language, and Logic 26; Luisa Valente: Praedicaturi supponimus. Is Gilbert of Poitiers’ approach to the problem of linguistic reference a pragmatic one? 50; Sten Ebbesen: Context-sensitive Argumentation: Dirty Tricks in the Sophistical Refutations and a Perceptive Medieval Interpretation of the Text 75; Fabrizio Amerini: Pragmatics and Semantics in Thomas Aquinas 95; Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe: Disputation and Logic in the Medieval Treatises De Modo Opponendi et Respondendi 127; Ana María Mora-Márquez: Pragmatics in Peter John Olivi’s Account of Signification of Common Names 150; Joke Spruyt: Henry of Ghent on Teaching Theology 165; Ernesto Perini-Santos: John Buridan’s Theory of Truth and the Paradox of the Liar 184; Frédéric Goubier and Nausicaa Pouscoulous: Virtus sermonis and the semantics-pragmatics distinction 214; Catarina Dutilh Novaes: Medieval Obligationes as a Theory of Discursive Commitment Management 240; Laurent Cesalli: Wyclif on the Felicity (Conditions) of Marriage 258; Riccardo Strobino: Contexts of Utterance and Evaluation in Peter of Mantua’s Obligationes 275-299.

  19. Cesalli, Laurent, Goubier, Frédéric, and Libera, Alain de, eds. 2016. Formal Approaches and Natural Language in Medieval Logic. Barcelona - Roma: Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales.

    Acts of the 19th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Genève, 2012.

    Contents: Introduction VII;

    I. Formal Logic: Hylomorphism and Formal Validity

    Yukio IWAKUMA: On Medium in the Early Twelfth Century 3; John MacFarlane: Abelard’s Argument for Formality 41; Christopher John Martin: Abaelard on Logical Truth 59; Giulia Lombardi: Le caractère formel de la logique en tant qu’ars 77; Julie Brumnerg-Chaumont: La forme syllogistique et le problème des syllogismes sophistiques selon Robert Kilwardby 93; Catarina Dutilh Novaes: The Form of a Syllogism: Mood or Figure? 117; Paul Thom: Analysing Arguments in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries 133; Joke Spruyt: John Wyclif on the Formal Nature of Inference 149; Riccardo Strobino: What is Form All About? A 14th-Century Discussion of Logical Consequence 173;

    II. Formal Semantics: Issues and Strategies

    Sten Ebbesen: Habitudines locales 197; Ana María Mora-Màrquez: Aristotle’s Fallacy of Equivocation and its 13th Century Reception 217; Leone Gazziero: «Utrum fi gura dictionis sit fallacia in dictione. Et

    quod non videtur». A Taxonomic Puzzle or How Medieval Logicians Came to Account for an Odd Question by an Impossible Answer 239; Simo Knuuttila: Scotus’s Formal Semantics of Modal Notions 269; Harald Berger: «Sortes differt ab omni homine». A Tension in Albert of Saxony’s Concept of Merely Confused Supposition 283; Luca Sbordone: Semantics and Pragmatics of Reference. Elements of a Contemporary Theory of Supposition 303; Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe: Jerónimo Pardo on the Formality of the Expository Syllogism 325;

    III. Natural or Ideal Language?

    Allan Bäck: Aristotelian Protocol Languages 343; Christoph Kann, Raina Kirchoff: Formal Elements in Natural Language. Sherwood’s Syncategoremata Revisited 373; Claude Panaccio: Ockham on Nominal Definitions, Synonymy and Mental Language 393; Ernesto Perini-Santos: The Underdetermination of Mental Language in William of Ockham and John Buridan 417; Joël Biard: Jean Buridan : une philosophie du langage ordinaire ? 435; Stephen Read: Non-normal Propositions in Buridan’s Logic 453; Sara L. Uckelman: Beyond Formality: The Role of the Dialectical Context in Medieval Logic 469; E. Jennifer Ashworth: How Natural is Natural Language? Some Postmedieval discussions 485; Paolo Natali: Appendix to an impossible cover 501;

    Index auctorum antiquorum et mediaevalium 511; Index auctorum recentiorum 515; Index rerum 521; Index codicum 537-538.

  20. Marenbon, John. 2016. "Relations in the Medieval Traditions of Logic and Metaphysics." British Journal for the History of Philosophy no. 24/3.

    Acts of the 20th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Cambridge, 2014.

    Contents: John Marenbon: Relations and the Historiography of Medieval Philosophy 387; Christophe Erismann: Venerating Likeness: Byzantine Iconophile Thinkers on Aristotelian Relatives and their Simultaneity 405; Riccardo Strobino: Avicenna on Knowledge (ʿILM), Certainty (Yaqīn), Cause (ʿILLA/SABAB) and the Relative (MUḌĀF) 426; Christopher J. Martin: The Invention of Relations: Early Twelfth-Century Discussions of Aristotle's Account of Relatives 447;

    Heine Hansen: On the Road from Athens to Thebes Again: Some Thirteenth-Century Thinkers on Converse Relations 468; Aurélien Roberrt: John of Jandun on Relations and Cambridge Changes 490, Paloma Pérez-Ilzarbe: The Place of Relations in Hieronymus Pardo's Semantics of Propositions 512; Massimo Mugnai: Ontology and Logic: The Case of Scholastic and Late-Scholastic Theory of Relations 532-553.

  21. Mugnai, Massimo, Amerini, Fabrizio, and Strobino, Riccardo, eds. 2019. Mereology in Medieval Logic and Metaphysics. Pisa: Edizioni della Normale.

    Acts of the 21st European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Pisa, 2016.

  22. Contents: Andrew W. Arlig: Introduction 7; Allan Bäck: The Snub and the Curly 31; Paul Thom: Avicenna's Mereology of the Predicables 55; Caterina Farlazzi: ‘Collectio'-Theories of Universals in the Time of Peter Abelard and Boethius' Infinite Regress Argument Against Multiple Genus 75; Irene Binini: The Role of 'Differentiae' in Abelard's Arguments for the Identity and Persistence of Substances 109; Wojciech Wciórka: Indispensable Parts and Abelard's Circle 135; Roberto Pinzani: Some Notes on the Sources and Content of Degeneribus 179; Magdalena Bieniak: Individuals as Wholes. Gilbert of Poitiers's Theory of Individuality 193; Christian Rode: Thomas Aquinas and Peter of John Olivi on Totality and Hylomorphism 227; Sten Ebbesen, Costantino Marmo: Parts and Wholes in Brito's Questions on Boethius' De divisione 247; Harald Berger: Albert of Saxony on Parts and Wholes 267; Alfred van der Helm: Thomas Manleveit: Wholes and Parts 281; Laurent Cesalli: Wyclif on Collectives 297; Bibliography 313-339.

  23. Kann, Christoph Kann, and Rode, Christian, eds. 2018. Language, Thought, and Reality: The Continental and British Traditions of Medieval Logic Revisited.

    Acts of the 22nd European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Düsseldorf 2018.

    Not yet published.

  24. Time, Tense, and Modality.

    XXIII European Symposium of Medieval Logic and Semantics.

    University of Warsaw, Faculty of Philosophy, June 27-29, 2022