Monday, 7 September 2015

Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic - Table of Contents

By Catarina Dutilh Novaes

(This post can be safely classified as an instance of shameless self-promotion, but here we go anyway...) Last week Stephen Read and I delivered the full manuscript of the forthcoming Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic to Cambridge University Press. We still need to go through the whole production process (including indexing), but at this point it is safe to assume the volume will appear somewhere in 2016. We've been working on this volume for nearly 3 years, and so we are suitably thrilled to be nearing completion!

Many people asked me about the Table of Contents for the volume, and so I figured I might as well make it public -- now that we know there will not be any changes to chapters and/or contributors. Here it is:

0   Introduction – Catarina Dutilh Novaes and Stephen Read      

PART I: Periods and traditions

1   The Legacy of Ancient Logic in the Middle Ages – Julie Brumberg-Chaumont         
2   Arabic Logic up to Avicenna – Ahmad Hasnawi and Wilfrid Hodges  
3   Arabic Logic after Avicenna – Khaled El-Rouayheb      
4   Latin Logic up to 1200 – Ian Wilks          
5   Logic in the Latin Thirteenth Century – Sara L. Uckelman and Henrik Lagerlund   
6   Logic in the Latin West in the Fourteenth Century – Stephen Read  
7   The Post-Medieval Period – E. Jennifer Ashworth   

PART II: Themes
8   Logica Vetus – Margaret Cameron           
9   Supposition and properties of terms – Christoph Kann          
10 Propositions: Their meaning and truth – Laurent Cesalli        
11 Sophisms and Insolubles – Mikko Yrjönsuuri and Elizabeth Coppock           
12 The Syllogism and its Transformations – Paul Thom    
13 Consequence – Gyula Klima          
14 The Logic of Modality – Riccardo Strobino and Paul Thom      
15 Obligationes – Catarina Dutilh Novaes and Sara L. Uckelman 

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