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The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification : The Discussions and Their Origin and Development

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The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification : The Discussions and Their Origin and Development
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The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification
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The Discussions and Their Origin and Development
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In The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification, Ana María Mora-Márquez offers the first exhaustive study of the three discussions explicitly dealing with the notion of Significatio in the pre-nominalist medieval tradition, with the aim to reveal their common origin and development
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Investigating Medieval Philosophy Ser
The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification : The Discussions and Their Origin and Development
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The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification : The Discussions and Their Origin and Development
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  • The Thirteenth-Century Notion of Signification: The Discussions and Their Origin and Development -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- PART 1: Signification of Concepts and Signification of Things -- 1: Ancient Sources -- 1.1 Aristotle's Perihermeneias -- Perihermeneias 1.16a3-8: Utterances as Symbols and Signs -- Perihermeneias 1.16a9-18: Simple and Compound Linguistic Items -- Contradiction and Equivocation -- 1.2 Boethius' Second Commentary on the Perihermeneias -- The Subject Matter of the Perihermeneias according to Boethius -- Boethius on Perihermeneias 1.16a3-8 -- Concepts and Likenesses in Boethius -- 2: Medieval Discussions about Signification of Concepts and Signification of Things -- 2.1 Whether Words (Qua Names) Signify Concepts or Things -- The Semiotic Angle -- The Immediate Signification of Concepts -- The Modist Rejection of the Immediate Signification of Concepts -- Roger Bacon and Peter John Olivi's Rejection of the Immediate Signification of Concepts -- The Verificational Angle -- 2.2 Whether Words Lose Their Signification with the Destruction of Their Significate -- Anonymus Alani's 'Omnis Homo De Necessitate Est Animal' (Paris bnf Lat. 16135, ff. 99rb-103vb) -- Roger Bacon's De Signis iv.2 -- Boethius of Dacia's Sophisma ohnea -- Peter John Olivi's Quaestiones logicales q.3 -- Anonymus Alani's Solution to the Sophisma OHNEA -- PART 2: Signification in Logic and in Grammar -- 3: Names and Verbs in Priscian and in Aristotle -- 3.1 Priscian on the Constitution of Parts of Speech and Sentences -- The Role of the Notion of Signification in the Division and Order of the Parts of Speech -- Names and Verbs and Their Construction according to Priscian -- 3.2 Names and Verbs in Aristotle's Perihermeneias -- 4: The Role of the Significate (significatum) in Grammar and in Logic -- 4.1 The Pre-Modist Tradition
  • 4.2 The Modist Tradition -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index of Subjects -- Index of Modern Authors -- Index of Ancient and Medieval Authors
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