Richayd Billingham's Works on Logic

Richayd Billingham's Works on Logic 121 Richayd Billingham's Works on Logic L. M. DE RIJK ince Professor Alfonso Maieru published 1 his most useful work- S edition (strumento di lavoyo) of Richard Billingham's Speculum puerorum every student of Mediaeval logic has been acquainted with that famous work which exerted such a great influence in the four- teenth and fifteenth century logic curriculum, especially in the schools of Eastern and Southern Europe. Elsewhere 2 I have tried to show that Billingham's work is part of a certain tradition of similar works on the truth and falsity of propositions and certainly not unique in the genre nor at its origin.3 As a matter of fact several other works on logic are ascribed to our author. Bale mentions 4 Consequentie, Obligationes, Abstractiones, Con- clusiones, Fallaciae, Speculum puerile, A bbreviata G. Kylmynton,5 5 Tab2ila logicae. Poole 6 scratched the Tabulae as works of our Richard and ascribed them to a Ricaydus Billyngham, socius collegii Mayto- nensis (!) Oxonii. However, our Richard belonged to the Mertonians.7 Those Tabulae seem to be referred to in the Catalogue of the Library of Syon Monastery Islewoyth (ed. M. Bateson, Cambridge 18g8, 21 c. 12) : Tabula secundum ordinem alphabeti super libros http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Vivarium Brill

Richayd Billingham's Works on Logic

Vivarium, Volume 14 (2): 121 – Jan 1, 1976

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Brill
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© 1976 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0042-7543
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1568-5349
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10.1163/156853476X00087
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121 Richayd Billingham's Works on Logic L. M. DE RIJK ince Professor Alfonso Maieru published 1 his most useful work- S edition (strumento di lavoyo) of Richard Billingham's Speculum puerorum every student of Mediaeval logic has been acquainted with that famous work which exerted such a great influence in the four- teenth and fifteenth century logic curriculum, especially in the schools of Eastern and Southern Europe. Elsewhere 2 I have tried to show that Billingham's work is part of a certain tradition of similar works on the truth and falsity of propositions and certainly not unique in the genre nor at its origin.3 As a matter of fact several other works on logic are ascribed to our author. Bale mentions 4 Consequentie, Obligationes, Abstractiones, Con- clusiones, Fallaciae, Speculum puerile, A bbreviata G. Kylmynton,5 5 Tab2ila logicae. Poole 6 scratched the Tabulae as works of our Richard and ascribed them to a Ricaydus Billyngham, socius collegii Mayto- nensis (!) Oxonii. However, our Richard belonged to the Mertonians.7 Those Tabulae seem to be referred to in the Catalogue of the Library of Syon Monastery Islewoyth (ed. M. Bateson, Cambridge 18g8, 21 c. 12) : Tabula secundum ordinem alphabeti super libros

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Published: Jan 1, 1976

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