Articulating Medieval Logic

@inproceedings{Parsons2014ArticulatingML,
  title={Articulating Medieval Logic},
  author={T. Parsons},
  year={2014}
}
Preface Introduction 1. An Overview of Aristotelian Logic as seen by Medieval Logicians 2. Aristotle's Proofs of Conversions and Syllogisms 3. Quantifying Predicates, Singular Term Predicates, Negative Terms 4. Linguish 5. Expanding the Notation 6. Some Illustrative Topics 7. Modes of Personal Supposition 8. Relatives (Anaphoric Words) 9. Comparison of Medieval Logic with Contemporary Logic 10. Ampliation and Restriction Appendix: Artificial Quantifiers in Early 16th Century Logic Bibliography… Expand
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