IMC 2019: Sessions

Session 1035: What Is the Matter of/with Medieval Philosophy?, I: The Matter of Logic

Wednesday 3 July 2019, 09.00-10.30

Sponsor:Centre for Ancient & Medieval Philosophy, Durham University
Organiser:Sara L. Uckelman, Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Durham University
Moderator/Chair:Sara L. Uckelman, Institute of Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Durham University
Paper 1035-aDialectically Situating Medieval Accounts of the Subject Matter of Logic
(Language: English)
Jacob Archambault, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University
Jacob Archambault, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University
Jacob Archambault, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University
Index terms: Learning (The Classical Inheritance), Philosophy
Paper 1035-bThe Role of Verificatur in W. Ockham, J. Buridan, and W. Chatton's Semantics
(Language: English)
Anastasia Kopylova, International Laboratory for Logic, Linguistics & Formal Philosophy, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Anastasia Kopylova, International Laboratory for Logic, Linguistics & Formal Philosophy, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Anastasia Kopylova, International Laboratory for Logic, Linguistics & Formal Philosophy, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow
Index terms: Learning (The Classical Inheritance), Philosophy
Abstract

This is the first of four panels on ‘What Is the Matter of/with Medieval Philosophy?’, bringing together papers addressing the subject matter of medieval philosophy, including how subfields of philosophy were demarcated; how philosophy was separated from other disciplines; how medieval philosophy is separated from (and continuous with!) ancient and early modern philosophy. This panel on the subject matter of logic brings together three papers on (1) medieval accounts of the subject matter of logic; the use of the notion of ‘verificare’ in medieval logic, semantics, and epistemology; and the role of logic in theology and philosophy.