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Author: Paolo, Veneto; Alan R Perreiah
Publisher: Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, 2002.
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The most widely read logic book in fifteenth-century Italy, Logica Parva was copied in more than 80 manuscripts and 25 editions. By transmitting Oxford logic to Italy it influenced the development of logic, science and philosophy in the Renaissance. This first critical edition from the manuscripts locates the Logica Parva within the tradition of late medieval logic and semantics. The Introduction gives an inventory  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
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Paolo, Veneto, approximately 1370-1428.
Logica parva.
Leiden, The Netherlands ; Boston : Brill, 2002
(OCoLC)605567782
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paolo, Veneto; Alan R Perreiah
ISBN: 9004123652 9789004123656
OCLC Number: 49752159
Language Note: Text in Latin; introduction and commentary in English.
Description: xxxvii, 314 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Tractatus Primus --
De summulis. 1. De definitione termini et eius divisione 1-8. p. 1. 2. De nomine 9. p. 3. 3. De verbo 10. p. 3. 4. De oratione 11. p. 3. 5. De propositione 12. p. 4. 6. De divisione propositionum 13-21. p. 4. 7. De duabus aliis divisionibus propositionum 22. p. 6. 8. De figuris propositionum 23-27. p. 7. 9. De natura propositionum 28-31. p. 8. 10. De aequipollentiis 32-33. p. 9. 11. De conversione 34-36. p. 9. 12. De propositione hypothetica 37. p. 11. 13. De praedicabilibus 41-47. p. 14. 14. De praedicamentis 48-59. p. 17. 15. De syllogismis 60-67. p. 19. Tractatus Secundus --
De suppositionibus terminorum. 1. De definitione suppositionis 1-3. p. 23. 2. De suppositione materiali et personali 4-19. p. 23. 3. De suppositione materiali 20-27. p. 28. 4. De suppositione personali 28-48. p. 31. 5. De terminis confundentibus 49-63. p. 35. 6. De relativis pro quibus supponunt 64-69. p. 40. 7. De modo supponendi relativorum 70-81. p. 40. 8. De ampliationibus 82-89. p. 45. 9. De appellationibus 90-99. p. 48. Tractatus Tertius --
De consequentiis. 1. De definitione consequentiae 1-6. p. 52. 2. De regulis generalibus consequentiarum formalium 7-14. p. 54. 3. De regulis specialibus consequentiarum formalium 15-20. p. 56. 4. De regulis penes propositiones quantitativas 21-26. p. 58. 5. De regulis penes propositiones non quantitativas 27-33. p. 59. 6. De regulis penes pertinentes et impertinentes 34-40. p. 60. 7. De decem aliis regulis 41-50. p. 62. 8. De regulis penes propositiones hypotheticas 51-57. p. 63. Tractatus Quartus --
De probationibus terminorum. 1. De propositionibus resolubilibus 1-19. p. 66. 2. De propositionibus exponibilibus 20-28. p. 69. 3. De propositionibus officialibus 29-40. p. 72. 4. De propositionibus descriptibilibus 41-49. p. 75. 5. De ly 'necessario' et 'contingenter' 50-58. p. 77. 6. De gradu positivo comparabiliter sumpto 59-64. p. 80. 7. De gradu comparativo 65-70. p. 81. 8. De gradu superlativo 71-75. p. 83. 9. De ly 'differt' 76-80. p. 84. 10. De terminis exclusivis 81-92. p. 86. 11. De terminis exceptivis 93-101. p. 89. 12. De terminis reduplicativis 102-108. p. 91. 13. De ly 'immediate' 109-114. p. 92. 14. De ly 'incipit ' et 'desinit' 115-124. p. 95. 15. De ly 'totus' 125-129. p. 97. 16. De ly 'semper' 130-133. p. 98. 17. De ly 'ab aeterno' 134-139. p. 99. 18. De ly 'infinitum' 140-146. p. 100. Tractatus Quintus --
De obligationibus. 1. De definitione obligationis et de regulis eius 1-11. p. 104. 2. De obiectionibus contra dictas regulas 12-32. p. 108. 3. De convertibilitate propositionum 33-44. p. 114. 4. De similibus et disimilibus propositionibus 45-58. p. 119. 5. De depositionibus 59-71. p. 123. Tractatus Sextus --
De insolubilibus. 1. De definitione insolubilium 1-11. p. 128. 2. De obiectionibus contra insolubilia 12-18. p. 133. 3. De insolubili particulari vel indefinito 19-27. p. 135. 4. De insolubili universali 28-35. p. 137. 5. De insolubilibus exclusivis 36-46. p. 140. 6. De insolubili copulativo 47-51. p. 142. 7. De Insolubili disiunctivo 52-63. p. 144. 8. De insolubilibus non apparentibus 64-73. p. 147. Tractatus Septimus --
De obiectionibus contra Tractatum Primum cum responsionibus. 1. Contra quintum capitulum de propositione Contra definitionem propositionis 1-4. p. 151. 2. Contra sextum capitulum de divisione propositionum. p. 152. 3. Contra octavum capitulum de figuris propositionum. p. 155. 4. Contra decem capitulum de aequipollentiis. p. 158. 5. Contra undecimum capitulum de conversionibus. p. 161. 6. Contra duodecimum capitulum de propositione hypothetica. p. 164. 7. Contra tertiadecimum capitulum de paredicabilibus. p. 170.
Responsibility: Paulus Venetus ; first critical edition from the manuscripts with introduction and commentary by Alan R. Perreiah.

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Copied in 80 manuscripts and printed in 25 editions Logica Parva was the most widely read logic book in 15th century Italy. By transmitting Oxford logic to Italy it influenced the course of science,  Read more...

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