Albert of Saxony’s Twenty-five Disputed Questions on Logic [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 57 (4):837-839 (2004)
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Abstract

Albert of Saxony was a major figure in fourteenth-century logic—one of the most creative and productive periods in the history of logic. He has, however, always been overshadowed by the towering figures of William Ockham and John Buridan, and hence his works are neither edited nor studied as much as they deserve.

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Henrik Lagerlund
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