HUM 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ramon Llull, Jean Buridan, Sum Of Logic

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Department
Course
Professor
Hum 1
Introduction to Humanities
Humanities notes 3/4~
Rhetoric (pp. 130-131)
Poetics (pp. 131-132)
Mediaeval European Logic
Old Logic (500-1200 CE)
New Logic (1200-1500/1600 CE)
Renaissance
Aristotle- Difference between two periods
Boethius (480-525 CE)
Translations of (Aristotle’s) Organon and Intro to (aristotle) Isagoge
Peter abelard
Dialectica
Consequentiae
The New Logic
Many translations of Aristotle’s works
Arabic
Spain
Linguistic, religious and cultural dialogue
Ramon Llull
Missionary work in North Africa
Converted Muslims to Christianity
Applied logic and order to make Christian doctrine more
appealing
Tree of knowledge
Reconciliation of rational thinking and religious devotion, philosophy
and religion/theology
Highest achievements in European Logic
William of Ockham (1287-1347)
Terministic Logic
Discovery of two laws of propositional logic
Summa Logicae
Jean Buridan (1295-1358)
Treatise of Inferences
Paradoxes
The definition of paradox, is it the same as we think of it today?
(A statement that is contradictory to itself)
Paradox in rationality
Pg 127
Islam and the deevlopment of logic
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