Ockham's Theory of Terms: Part I of the Summa Logicae

Ockham's Theory of Terms: Part I of the Summa Logicae

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ISBN-13: 9781587316067
Publisher: St. Augustine's Press
Publication date: 07/26/2011
Edition description: 1
Pages: 235
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Preface xi

The Ontology of William of Ockham 1

Ockham on Generality 23

Summa Logicae, Part I: On Terms 47

1 On the Term in General 49

2 On Three Senses of'Term' 51

3 On the Correspondence between Vocal and Mental Terms 52

4 On Categorematic and Syncategorematic Terms 55

5 On Concrete and Abstract Names That A re Non Synonyms 56

6 On Concrete and Abstract Names That Are Synonyms 58

7 The Correct Account of Abstract and Concrete Names 60

8 On the Third Mode of Concrete and Abstract Names 65

9 On the Fourth Mode of Concrete and Abstract Names 69

10 On Connotative and Absolute Names 69

11 On Names of First and Second Imposition 72

12 On First and Second Intentions 73

13 On Univocal and Equivocal Terms 75

14 On the Universal 77

15 That the Universal is Not a Thing Outside the Mind 79

16 Against Scotus' Account of the Universal 82

17 Responses to Objections 84

18 On the Five Universals in General 88

19 On the Individual 90

20 On Genus 92

21 On Species 93

22 On the Comparison of Species and Genus 95

23 On Difference 97

24 On Property 100

25 On Accident 102

26 On Definition 105

27 On Description 108

28 On Descriptive Definition 109

29 On Definitum 110

30 On Subject 110

31 On Predicate 111

32 On Inherence and Being In 112

33 On Signification 113

34 On Division 114

35 On Whole 116

36 On Opposition 117

37 On Passion 121

38 On Being 122

39 On One 124

40 On the Categories 126

41 On the Distinction of the Categories 128

42 On Substance 131

43 On the Properties of Substance 135

44 On Quantity Against the Moderns 142

45 Responses to Objections 147

46 On the Items in the Category of Quantity 152

47 On the Properties of Quantity 155

48 On Quantity According to the Common Opinion 157

49 On Relation According to Aristotle's Opinion 158

50 Arguments in Behalf of Aristotle's View 162

51 Responses to Objections 164

52 On the Items in the Category of Relation 171

53 On the Properties of Relatives 174

54 On Relation According to the Opinion of Others 176

55 On the Category of Quality 178

56 On Quality According to the Opinion of Others 180

57 On Action 180

58 On Passion 183

59 On When 184

60 On Where 186

61 On Position 187

62 On Habit 188

63 On Supposition 188

64 On the Division of Supposition 190

65 On How the Supposition of Terms Must Be Distinguished 191

66 Responses to Objections 193

67 On Material Supposition 197

68 On Simple Supposition 198

69 On Personal Supposition 199

70 On the Division of Personal Supposition 200

71 On Rules for Determinate Supposition 202

72 Responses to Objections 203

73 On Merely Confused Supposition 211

74 On Confused and Distributive Supposition 213

75 Problems With Expressions Like 'Begins' and 'Twice' 215

76 On the Supposition of Relatives 217

77 On Improper Supposition 220

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