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By Robert Andrews (auth.), Stephen Read (eds.)

The first Symposium consisted of 3 humans in a restaurant in Warsaw in 1973. considering the fact that then, conferences have grown in dimension and feature been held in Leyden, Copenhagen, Nijmegen, Rome, Oxford, Poitiers and Freiburg­ am-Breisgau. The 9th Symposium was once held in St Andrews in June 1990, with fifty seven contributors who listened to addresses through 28 audio system. It was once very becoming that Scotland's oldest collage, based within the heyday of medievalleaming in 1411, must have been given the opportunity to compile students from all over the place Europe and past to offer their researches at the excellent earlier of scholastic rational proposal. the subject of the Symposium was once "Sophisms in Medieval good judgment and Grammar". the current quantity is composed, for the main half, of the papers offered on the Symposium. in reality, even if, it proved very unlikely to incorporate 5 of the contributions. of the papers incorporated the following have been meant for the Symposium yet within the occasion now not added, as a result unavoidable absence of the audio system. The Symposium acquired very beneficial monetary help from one of many significant philosophical institutions in Britain, the brain organization, from the Philosophical Quarterly, a magazine released at St Andrews, from the collage of St Andrews, from the British Academy, and from Low and Bonarplc. In setting up the programme for the convention and in getting ready the papers for ebook I obtained important support from: Professor E.J.

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53-85 - namely Padua, Biblioteca Universitaria 1123, ff. 79v-93r; Vatican City, Biblioteca Vaticana Vat. Lat. 2136, ff. 35r-50r; Vatican City, Biblioteca Vaticana Vat. Lat. 2189, ff. 3), ff. 66r-ll1v; and Seville, Biblioteca Capitular Colombina 5-1-14, ff. 85r-13Or - we have in fact to add the MS Worcester, Cathedral F. 116, ff. M. de Rijk, Some 14th Century Tracts on the Probatio Terminorum, Nijmegen, 1982, p. *34*. Some excerpts from the Logica were edited by F. del Punta in Paul of Venice, Logica Magna, Part II, Fasc.

Nominalis, aliquis pronominalis, et aliquis adverbialis. Alias definitio non valeret ex quo excederet definitum, quod fieri non debet. Et hoc est quod alii 81 aliis verbis nituntur dicere, quod ly 'quilibet' in definitione non capitur universali sed particulari tantum. Unde notandum quod terminus resolubilis capi potest stricte et large. Stricte accipitur pro termino aliquo habente inferiorem /274ra/ (adn. ) notioris possit probari. Et ut sic distinguitur contra terminum componibiIem, (Terminus componibilis est adn.

Priora 1,3 25a7-1O; Hamesse 308 (6): Universalis affirmativa convertitur in particularem affirmativam. 70Cf. Aristoteles, De imerpretatione 10 19b15-22. THE SOPHISTRIA OF PETRUS OLAl: APPENDIX 1 135 140 145 150 155 160 165 170 21 secundo adiacente in quibus nihil ponitur post copulam, ut 'omnis phoenix est', 'omnis deus est'. Aliae sunt de 'est' tertio adiacente in quibus exprimitur praedicatum propositionis, ut 'omnis homo est animal', 'omnis color est qualitas', et sic de aliis. Logici ergo diversificantur in hoc quid pro praedicato ponatur in propositionibus de 'est' secundo (adiacente add.

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