Pauli Veneti Logica magna, Part 2

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Oxford University Press, Oct 1, 1990 - History - 420 pages
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The Logica Magna by Paul of Venice (c.1369-1429) is an encyclopedia of logic, providing a detailed account of the state of the art of logic at the end of the fourteenth century. In this fascicule Paul discusses the terms "and" and "or", displaying the many roles that the terms play in valid arguments.

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Contents

Introduction
xxiii
MOLECULAR PROPOSITIONS 1
xxix
Four impossible theses with arguments said to follow from the foregoing 4
xxxvii
Copyright

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Edited with an English Translation and Notes by Alexander Broadie

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