Quaestiones super Priora Analytica Aristotelis
Radulphus Brito and edited by Gordon Wilson
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Radulphus Brito’s Quaestiones super Priora Analytica Aristotelis is a major work written in the early 1300s which treated Aristotle’s text devoted to the theory of the syllogism. Brito, perhaps one of the most influential medieval thinkers known as the Modistae, examines both categorical and hypothetical syllogisms. In his text, based on six known manuscripts which are complete or nearly complete, Brito was critical of many of the theories of his contemporary, Simon of Faversham. It should also be mentioned that Brito edited his work several times. There are at least two versions which indicate Brito returned to this material during his long career at the university in Paris. This volume is the first critical text edition of Brito’s Quaestiones super Priora Analytica Aristotelis and will therefore be of great interest to those studying the history of logic and its development during the medieval period.
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QUAESTIONES SUPER LIBROS PRIORUM ANALYTICORUM ARISTOTELIS
Format: Text edition - hardback
Size: 240 × 160 mm
Publication: December 15, 2016
Stock item number: 113331
Insofar as Brito
is generally considered to be one of the leading scholastics of his day, known
as the ‘Modistae’, it is obvious that this edition is most significant from
both a historical and doctrinal point of view.
Jules Janssens, Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, 80/2018, doi: 10.2143/TVF.80.3.3285689
This volume should be warmly welcomed as the first critical edition of a major work by Radulphus Brito (d. 1320), one of the most important logicians of the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries, who lectured at the University of Paris between 1296 and 1306.
Paul Thom, Journal of the History of Philosophy, Volume 55, Number 4, October 2017, pp. 729-730
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