Mediaeval Logic and Philosophy

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A Note on the "Supposition Dragon."

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What happened to "The up-to-date mediaevalist"?

This Web site is maintained by at Indiana University. It is intended for anyone interested in mediaeval logic and philosophy broadly construed.

Please note: As of March 9, 2007, this site became "inactive" and will not be further updated. It will remain available on the web, in the hope that it will be useful. Because of "hackers," the "Forum" (discussion bulletin board) that was formerly found on this site has been removed.


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[Award imag] This site won the first "Thomas Instituut Award" from the Thomas Instituut te Utrecht, in the 7th edition of its own Website (April–May 1997). [Award imag]Check this out! (Steven Myers, from The Enlightenment Zone! really did e-mail this to me. I'm not exactly sure what it means either, but I appreciate it anyway.)

This site won the StudyWeb "Academic Excellence Award" (October 16, 1999).



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