Tractatus [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 27 (4):808-808 (1974)
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This is the first critical edition of Peter’s work from the manuscripts. And critical it is. First of all, it is critical for being the first such edition of an important and influential work of medieval logic. Second, the editor’s introduction is critical of almost every other scholar who has worked on Peter of Spain. The text has been prepared from six of the three hundred extant manuscripts. The edition reflects the editor’s strong judgments about changes and additions introduced to the work even in some of the earliest manuscripts. De Rijk has added valuable indices of other works cited, of examples, and an exhaustive index of terms. This edition is indispensable for anyone interested in the development of medieval logic.



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