Studies and Texts 17. 1968. 326 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–017–4 • $64.95
This volume contains the Latin text of Richard of Campsall’s Questiones super librum priorum analeticorum from the single manuscript copy, as well as an informative and well-written introduction. Richard, cleric of the archdiocese of York and master of theology, fellow of Balliol and later fellow of Merton College, died somewhere around 1350/1360. The questions, probably written before 1306, concentrated on three basic themes: syllogism, conversion, and consequences. The treatise demonstrates the state of logic at Oxford in the first decades of the fourteenth century.
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