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Title: An relatio realis possit terminari ad non Ens: Una Quaestio di Martinus Smiglecius, S.J. (1564-1618)
Authors: Roncaglia, Gino
Keywords: storia della logica
history of logic
tarda scolastica
late scholasticism
logica post-medievale
post-medieval logic
logica polacca
polish logic
relations, theory of
relazioni
enti inesistenti
non existing entities
relations of reason
relatio rationis
non ens
relatio realis
Martinus Smiglecius
Smiglecki, Marcin
Issue Date: 2008
Citation: RONCAGLIA, Gino (2009). An relatio realis possit terminari ad non Ens: Una Quaestio di Martinus Smiglecius, S.J. (1564-1618). In: LENZI M. e MAIERU' A., Discussioni sul nulla tra medioevo ed età moderna, pp. 211-226. ISBN: 9788822257680. FIRENZE: Olschki (ITALY).
Abstract: The paper deals with the historical background and with the interpretation of the quaestio "An relatio realis possit terminari ad non ens" in the Logica of the Polish Jesuit Martinus Smiglecius (Marcin Smiglecki). The quaestio is relevant in order to understand Smiglecius' conception of real relations and of relations of reason.
Description: The paper is in a not-revised, preprint version: for quotations or references, please check the printed version.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/461
ISBN: 9788822257680
Rights: If not otherwise stated, this document is distributed by the Tuscia University Open Archive under a Creative Commons 2.0 Attribution - Noncommercial - Noderivs License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/)
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