Dialectic and Its Place in the Development of Medieval Logic

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The scholastic literature on dialectic is vast, but scholars have not yet taken full advantage of its riches. In this work, Eleonore Stump traces one strand of the history of formal logic from its source in antiquity through the fourteenth century.
 

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Dialectic and Aristotles Topics
11
Dialectic and Boethiuss De topicis differentiis
31
Between Aristotle and Boethius
57
Topics and Hypothetical Syllogisms in Garlandus
67
Abelard on the Topics
89
Logic in the Early Twelfth Century
111
Terminist Logicians on the Topics
135
Consequences and the Decline of Aristotelianism
157
William of Sherwoods Treatise on Obligations
177
Walter Burley on Obligations
195
Roger Swynesheds Theory of Obligations
215
Topics Consequences and Obligations in Ockhams
251
67
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Sobre el autor (1989)

Eleonore Stump is the Robert J. Henle Professor of Philosophy at St Louis University. She has published extensively on philosophy of religion, contemporary metaphysics and medieval philosophy. Her recent publications include Aquinas (2003), Wandering in Darkness: Narrative and the Problem of Suffering (2010) and The Oxford Handbook of Aquinas (co-edited with Brian Davies, 2012).

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