History of Logic from Aristotle to Gödel

by Raul Corazzon | e-mail: rc@ontology.co

 

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INDEX OF THE SECTION: HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL LOGIC

Eleventh to the Fourteenth Century

Medieval Logic: A General Overview

General Bibliography on Medieval Logic:

General Studies A - K

General Studies L - Z

Latin Logic until the Eleventh Century

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

Bibliography on the Medieval Theories of Supposition and Mental Language:

Supposition A - L

Supposition M - Z

Abelard: Logic, Semantics, Ontology and His Theories of the Copula

Abelard's Philosophical Works: Editions, Translations

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

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

Bibliography on the Logic and Metaphysics of Peter Abelard:

Abelard A - L

Abelard M - Z

An Overview of Buridan's Logical Works:

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 - L

Buridan M - Z

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Annotated Bibliographies of Historians of Logic:

E. J. Ashworth

L. M. de Rijk

Mauro Nasti de Vincentis

Wilhelm Risse