Mediaeval and Renaissance LogicEdited by
- Dov M. Gabbay, King's College London, UK
- John Woods, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
The Handbook is aimed at senior undergraduate students, graduate students and researchers in Logic, Computer Science, Argumentation Theory and in cognate disciplines such as Cognitive Science and Intellectual History.
Handbook of the History of Logic
Hardbound, 728 Pages
Published: February 2008
- 1. "Logic before 1100: The Latin Tradition" by John Marenbon2. "Beginning of Scholastic Logic before Abelard" by Yukio Iwakuma3. "The Logic of Abelard and His Contemporaries" by Ian Wilks4. "The Development of Supposition Theory in the Later 12th and Early 13th Centuries" by Terence Parsons 5. "Assimilation of Aristotelian and Arabic Logic up to the Later 13th Century" by Henrik Lagerlund6. "Logic and Theories of Meaning in the Late 13th and Early 14th Century Including the Modistae" by Ria van der Lecq7. "The Nominalist Semantics of William Ockham and John Buridan" by Gyula Klima8. "Logic in the 14th Century after Ockham" by Catarina Dutilh-Novaes9. "Treatments of Modal and Other 'Opaque' Contexts in Mediaeval Logic" by Simo Knuuttila10. "Treatments of the Paradoxes of Self-reference" by Mikko Yrjonsuuri11. "Developments in the 15th and 16th Centuries" by Jennifer Ashworth12. "Relational Logic of Juan Caramuel" by Petr Dvorak13. "Port Royal: The Stirrings of Modernity" by Russell Wahl