Studies on the History of Logic: Proceedings of the III Sympoisum on the History of Logic

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Table of Contents

Preface
List of Contributors
Aristotle's Theory of Predication 1
Aristotle's Regress Argument 21
Alexander of Aphrodisias, Cicero, and Aristotle's Definition of Possibility 33
Fonseca on Topics 43
Modes of Skepticism in Medieval Philosophy 65
Obligations as Thought Experiments 79
Utrum propositio de futuro sit determinate vera vel falsa (Antonio Andres and John Duns Scotus) 97
Domingo de Soto (1494-1560) on Analogy and Equivocation 117
The Triplex Status Naturae and its Justification 133
The Semantics of Ramon Llull 155
The Doctrine of Descent in Jeronimo Pardo: Meaning, Inference, Truth 173
What's the Matter with Matter: Materia Propositionum in the Post-Medieval Period 187
Copulatio in Peter of Capua (12th Century) and the Nature of the Proposition 197
Wyclif on sensus compositus et divisus 209
Some Examples of Logic in New Spain (Sixteenth-Eighteenth Century) 215
Necessity and the Galilean Revolution 229
Peirce's Concept of Truth within the Context of his Conception of Logic 241
Peirce's Concept of Proposition 257
Scholarship on the Relations between Ludwig Wittgenstein and Charles S. Peirce 281
Arithmetical Abstraction in Aristotle and Frege 295
The Role of Subsistent Propositions and Logical Forms in Russell's 1913 Philosophical Logic and in the Russell-Wittgenstein Dispute 317
Are the Objects of the Tractatus Phenomenological Objects? 343
Does a Proposition Affirm every Proposition that Follows from it? 357
Carnap's Reconstruction of Intuitionistic Logic in The Logical Syntax of Language 369
Some Influences of Hermann Grassmann's Program on Modern Logic 377
Indeterminism and Future Contingency in non-Classical Logics 383
Research on the History of Logic at Erlangen 397
Index 403
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