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University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS 223 - Questiones logicales (Video Orientation)

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6-2014

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Video Orientation to the University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS223 - Questiones logicales.

Summary: Collection of Aristotelian works and other philosophical works, including works on logic; short tracts (some incomplete) on Aristotle's Categories, De interpretatione, and Posterior analytics; and several works on Aristotle's Physics (including commentaries by Antonius Carpentier on both the Physics and the introduction to the Physics by Jacques Lefèvre d'Etaples published in 1492), this last group (f. 148v-206r) being more decorated than the rest of the manuscript. The beginning of the Reportata in Logicam Aristotelis has a marginal commentary (f. 22r-29v); in the rest of the manuscript, headings and notes are written in the margins.

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Medieval manuscripts

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History | Medieval Studies | Other Arts and Humanities

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University of Pennsylvania Library's LJS 223 - Questiones logicales (Video Orientation)

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