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An abbreviated version from Prague. I could not decide which versions of Billingham’s Speculum are followed by our master. The rules at the end correspond more or less to the first version, called by De Rijk ‘the short version’ characteristic of the Central European tradition. Perhaps our master had this version at his elbow. 81 From the table some differences are clear: 1. Some sections of Billingham’s Mirror are not discussed: parts of Billingham’s discussion on universal affirmative propositions, on ‘first’, ‘last’, ‘biggest’, ‘smallest’; part of the discussion on comparatives, and of that on superlatives; the discussion on prior and posterior, on details of functionalizable terms; on privative terms; rule II ; part of the discussion of rule III.

V. Spade: On Universals (Tractatus de Universalibus). John Wyclif. Text translated by A. Kenny, with an introduction by Paul Vincent Spade. Oxford (Clarendon Press), 1985. V. Spade, The Medieval Liar [n. xl], p. 76, where further references to literature can be found. 55 Johannis Wyclif Tractatus de logica, ed. H. Dziewicki, London: Trübner Co. (…), 1893–1899. 56 This tract is a compendium of the Logicae continuatio. 57 On Universals (Tractatus de universalibus), (…), Oxford 1985. 58 On Universals, (Tractatus de universalibus), pp.

De Rijk. 20 introduction 4. —Versions 2–4 contain the longer version, represented by the Italian and English manuscripts; 5. An abbreviated version from Prague. I could not decide which versions of Billingham’s Speculum are followed by our master. The rules at the end correspond more or less to the first version, called by De Rijk ‘the short version’ characteristic of the Central European tradition. Perhaps our master had this version at his elbow. 81 From the table some differences are clear: 1.

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