5 edition of Pierre Gassendi"s Institutio Logica (1658) found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Institutio logica (1658)|
|Statement||by Howard Jones.|
|Contributions||Jones, Howard, Ph. D.|
|LC Classifications||B61 .G3513|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxviii, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||81189014|
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and trans. Howard Jones. Assen, The Netherlands: Van Gorcum, Selected Works. Trans. Craig Brush. (Texts in Early Modern Philosophy). New York: Johnson Reprints, Pierre Gassendi (): Lettres Latines.
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In Book IV (On method) of his Institutio Logica, Pierre Gassendi proposes an unusual venue for probable and nondeductive inference in empirical reasoning: demonstrative syllogism. Gassendi, Pierre. Institutio Logica, Hacking, Ian. The Emergence of Probability. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Hatfield, Gary.
"Science. Pierre Gassendi was a major figure in seventeenth-century philosophy whose philosophical and scientific works contributed to shaping Western intellectual identity. Among "new philosophers", he was considered Descartes’ main rival, and he belonged to the first rank of those attempting to carve out an alternative to Aristotelian philosophy.
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Indications of the progress of Gassendi’s work in writing the manuscripts are found in MS Carpentrasf, P. Tamizey de Larroque, Lettres de Peiresc, IV, pp. –, P. Gassendi, Opera omnia, V, p. MS Toursf. v, and also René Pintard:La Mothe le Vayer, Gassendi — Guy de bibliographie et de critique suivie de textes inédits de Guy.
GASSENDI, PIERRE ( – ). Pierre Gassendi, the leading French seventeenth-century skeptical and Epicurean philosopher and scientist, was born at Champtercier, a Proven ç al village in France. He studied at Digne and Aix-en-Provence and was appointed.
Pierre Gassendi "Institutio Logica"critical edition and transl., Assen, The Netherlands: Van Gorcum, Gassendi, Selected works, translation Jan GASSENDI 1 [Gassend], PIERRE (), French philosopher, scientist and mathematician, was born of poor parents at Champtercier, near Digne, in Provence, on the 22nd of January At a very early age he gave indications of remarkable mental powers and was sent to the college at Digne.
He showed particular aptitude for languages and mathematics, and it is said that at the age of. The only extant translation of the full Logica is Polish, published without the Latin text by Leszek Kotkkowski, translated by Ludwik Chmaj (Pierre Gassendi, Logika, Krakowie: Panswowe wydawnictwo.
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Seventeenth-Century Developments of the Quaestio de Certitudine Mathematicarum - Paolu Mancosu. Logica est habitus intellectualis instrumentalis, seu disciplina instrumentalis a philosophis ex philo-sophiae habitu genita, quae secundas notiones in conceptibus rerum fingit et fabricat, nt sint instrumenta, quibus in omni re verum cognoscatur et a falso discematur.
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