The descensus ad inferiora in William of Shyreswood and Peter of Spain

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Abstract

The descensus ad inferiora can be considered a logical procedure throug wich we can establish the truth or the falsity of a proposition. The study is focused on the position of William of Shyreswood and Peter of Spain, as two examples of attempts to apply this tecnique to the division of supposition.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteKnowledge and the scienses in medieval philosophy. Proceedings of the eight international congress of medieval philosophy (SIEPM).
Pagine599-608
Numero di pagine10
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 1990
EventoKnowledge and the sciences in medieval philosophy. Proceedings of the eight international congress of medieval philosophy (SIEPM). - Ottawa
Durata: 24 ago 198729 ago 1987

Convegno

ConvegnoKnowledge and the sciences in medieval philosophy. Proceedings of the eight international congress of medieval philosophy (SIEPM).
CittàOttawa
Periodo24/8/8729/8/87

Keywords

  • Peter of Spain
  • Shyreswood

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