The Copenhagen School of Medieval Philosophy location:Copenhagen date:10-13 January 1996
The volume contains 25 articles about medieval analyses of problems in philosophy and grammar. Part 1 deals with modistic theory and the logical genres of sophismata and consequentaie. Part 2 focuses on the twelfth century, and in particular on the interplay between theology and logic. Part 3 takes up questions of cognition and in particular the notion of intentiones, which played a key role in thirteenth- and fourteenth-century theories. Part 4 addresses questions related to the fourteenth-century philosopher John Buridan, his environment and his intellectual descendants.