Show simple item record Spade, Paul Vincent Brinkley, Richard 2018-03-13T19:05:08Z 2018-03-13T19:05:08Z 1969
dc.description.abstract A thesis submitted for the degree of Licentiate of Medieval Studies at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies in Toronto, 1969. The thesis consists of a Latin edition and a philosophical and historical study of a single anonymous treatise on semantic paradoxes like the "Liar Paradox" ("This very sentence is false"). The author has subsequently been identified as a certain Richard Brinkley, a Franciscan Friar at Oxford. The treatise was written sometime probably before 1373. The treatise is edited from: British Library, MS Harley 3243, fols. 47ra1-56rb5. Two other manuscripts have subsequently been found to contain this treatise as Part 6 of Brinkley's "Summa logicae": Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek, MS 1360, and Prague, Státní Knihovna, ČSR, MS 396. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.rights "An Anonymous Fourteenth-Century Treatise on 'Insolubles': Text and Study," by Paul Vincent Spade, is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. en
dc.rights.uri en
dc.subject Insolubles en
dc.subject Insolubilia en
dc.subject Richard Brinkley en
dc.subject Brinkley en
dc.subject Thomas Bradwardine en
dc.subject Bradwardine en
dc.subject William of Ockham en
dc.subject Ockham en
dc.subject John Dumbleton en
dc.subject Dumbleton en
dc.subject Robert Fland en
dc.subject Fland en
dc.subject Paradox en
dc.subject Semantic Paradox en
dc.subject Liar Paradox en
dc.subject Liar en
dc.subject Antinomy en
dc.subject Antinomies en
dc.subject Harley 3243 en
dc.subject Manuscript en
dc.subject Medieval en
dc.subject Mediaeval en
dc.subject Middle Ages en
dc.subject Logic en
dc.subject Licentiate en
dc.title An Anonymous Fourteenth-Century Treatise on "Insolubles": Text and Study en
dc.type Thesis en

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