Vivarium 51 (1-4):60-78 (2013)

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In 1981 I published an article called Early Supposition Theory. Then as now, the magisterial work on the subject was L.M. de Rijk’s Logica Modernorum and then as now any discussion of the topic would have to rely to a great extent on the texts published there. This means that many of the problems that existed then still remain, but a couple of important new studies and several new texts have been published in the meantime, so it may be time to try to take stock of the situation. I will first look at the origin of the term suppositio and then at the chronology of our source texts.
Keywords causa apparentiae   appellation   supposition   causa non existentiae
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DOI 10.1163/15685349-12341266
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