The Latin Tradition of Logic to 1100

@inproceedings{Marenbon2008TheLT,
  title={The Latin Tradition of Logic to 1100},
  author={John Marenbon},
  booktitle={Mediaeval and Renaissance Logic},
  year={2008}
}
  • John Marenbon
  • Published in
    Mediaeval and Renaissance…
    2008
  • Philosophy, Computer Science
  • Publisher Summary The chapter presents the Latin tradition of logic to 1100. When historians, using the medieval terminology, speak of the logica vetus the corpus of ancient logical works used by Latin scholars in the early Middle Ages—they sometimes take it in a narrow sense to mean just the three Greek logical texts, Porphyry's Isagoge, and Aristotle's Categories and On Interpretation, which were available in translation. From this perspective, it seems that the ancient Greek tradition of… CONTINUE READING
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