4 edition of Petrus of Hispanus found in the catalog.
December 30, 2005 by Kessinger Publishing .
Written in English
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Petrus Hispanus, later Pope John XXI (d. ) Summulae logicales [Cologne: Johann Guldenschaff, before ?] The Summulae logicales was a standard textbook on logic up to the seventeenth century.
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as Petrus Hispanus’ writings already in the first catalogues (García Villada,s.v.). Again, it is a library codex, with a good quality of writing, mise en page and decoration. Medium-sized, it was written during the first half of the 14th century.
From f. 97r to the end of the manuscript, the same hand copied. Known as Petrus Hispanus. His interest in medicine at the University of Paris led to his appointment as professor at the University of Siena, where he wrote his Compendium of Logic, a favorite text-book for almost three hundred years.
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(Albrecht Maria); John XXI, Pope, n It is suggested that the answers to both questions have to do with the Castilian Petrus Hispanus, the pontiff's referendary inand, as cardinal bishop of Sabina, nuncio to England inon which occasion he is reported to have presented a proposal for the succession of the future Edward II of England to the Castilian : Peter Linehan.
In the Petrus Hispanus papa tradition, he is the supposed author of a famous medical work Thesaurus pauperum, as well as fourteen other works on medicine. Other writings by (a) Peter of Spain include a Scientia libri de anima, and commentaries on Aristotle’s De anima, De morte et vita. Petrus Hispanas O.P., Auetor Summularum ANGEL D'ORS The Trac tatus, ] more widely known as the Summulae Logicales, has been universally recognized as a work by Peter of Spain,2 to whom a book on Syncategoremata 3 is also attributed.
Believed to have been written between and4 the Tractatus was an enormous academic success. It was. Summulae Logicales - Logische Abhandlungen (Analytica) [Petrus Hispanus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Petrus Hispanus. Parvorum Logicalium liber: succincto epitomatis compendio continens: perutiles argutissimi dialectici Petri Hispani tractatus priores sex: clarissimi philosophi Marsilii logices documenta cum utilissimis commentariis per Conradii Pschlacher Vienna, Johann Singriener for Leonard & Lucas Alantse, 15 March Petrus Hispanus, and to emphasize the importance of the concept of ‘communication’, which is used by this and other authors of the 13th century.
Keywords: Petrus Hispanus; De anima commentaries; plurality of substantial forms; com-munication Resumen. La comunicación entre sustancias en la unidad del ser humano en el comentario alFile Size: KB. Brief introduction to the project on Petrus Hispanus and the papers presented at the Symposium that was part of SOFIME's Congress "De relatione".
It includes a sketch of the corpus petrinicum and a presentation of some literary, philosophical and doctrinal problems involved, with a consecutive bibliography of the published works and key studies. PAPA JUAN XXI (ca). Libro de medicina llamado Tesoro de Pobres: en que se hallaran Remedios muy aprobados para la sanidad de diversas enfermedades.
Con un regimen de sanidad. Compuesto por el maestro Julian que le recopiló de diversos Autores. Ahora nuevamente corregido y enmendado por Arnaldo de Villanueva. Expurgado por el Santo Tribunal. Barcelona: por Pedro. This volume presents an English translation of Petrus Hispanus Portugalensis’ (d.
) Tractatus — called afterwards Summulae Logicales — on the basis of the critical edition established by L. de Rijk (). The Summulae’s first part (I-V) introduces Aristotelian ideas familiar enough at the time to be called Old Logic; the second (VI-XII) studies properties of terms, then Pages: This book is a translation of Petrus Hispanus' 13th century text.
Hispanus was a contemporary of linguistic theorists called 'Modistae' after 12th to 14th century writings entitled De Modis. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : This is one of five editions printed by William Copland between and of the English version of Thesaurus Pauperum, a popular practical medical compendium written by Petrus Hispanus in the thirteenth century, which includes early methods of contraception and ways to promote fertility.
It was first published in and swiftly. Psychological Works. Text and Context. Work in Progress (from to ) Critical edition of the Commentarium cum questionibus in Aristotelis De anima I-II, attributed to Peter of t financed by the FCT (Portugal): “The Early Latin Reception of Aristotle’s De al Edition and Systematic Study of the Psychological Works attributed to Petrus Hispanus”.
Pedro Julião (a.k.a. Petrus Hispanus and Pedro Hispano) Lisbon, Portugal: Due to a confusion over the numbering of popes named John in the 13th century, there was no John XX. There has never been a Pope John XX, because the 20th pope of this name, formerly Petrus Hispanus, when elected Pope indecided to skip the number XX and to be.
Petrus Hispanus Portugalensis, Tractatus called afterwards Summule Logicales, ed. L.M. de Rijk. Petrus Lombardus: Sententiarum libri quatuor, with an English translation, on the Franciscan Archive site Petrus Ioannis Olivi: some texts and related information published by S.
Piron's "micro-review" Oliviana. The works attributed to Petrus Hispanus (13th Century) cover several domains of the Aristotelian philosophical and the Galenic-Avicennian medical corpora, including logic, psychology, zoology, prescription books, medical commentaries, alchemy, and mysticism, but also ranging to sermons and papal bulls.
Despite these connections and the. ISTC ij; Goff J; BMC IX Shelf-mark: Sp Coll Hunterian Bg (see main library entry for this item) Variant: f7v, final line of colophon has the misprinted date “” - cf. BMC. Bound with: When acquired by Hunter, this copy of the Thesaurus pauperum was bound with a copy of.
This book is a translation of Petrus Hispanus' 13th century text. Hispanus was a contemporary of linguistic theorists called 'Modistae' after 12th to 14th century writings entitled De Modis Significandi. The Danish scholar Jan Pinborg () made outstanding contributions to our understanding of medieval language study.
The papers in this volume clearly demonstrate the wealth of Pinborg's scholarly interests and the extent of his centered on medieval theories of grammar and language, the collection ranges in time from the fourth century B.C.
to the seventeenth century A.D. Born at Lisbon between and ; enthroned, ; died at Viterbo, 20 May, The son of one Julianus, he was baptized Peter, and was known as Petrus Juliani or Petrus Hispanus. After his earlier studies in the cathedral school at Lisbon, he entered the University of Paris and attended lectures on dialectics, logic, and, more particularly, those on Aristotelean physics and metaphysics.
Thesaurus pauperum by Anonymous and a great Petrus Hispanus, Thesaurus Pauperum. EL GRABADO EN LA HISTORIA DE LA MEDICINA. offering a survey of medieval medicine and dealing specifically with the different Italian translations of the Thesaurus pauperum.
This book provides an useful contribution to the study of history of medicine and to. While occupying this position, the latter wrote his "Thesaurus pauperum", in which he gives a remedy for the diseases of every part of the body.
This book was widely used, but was in time variously interpolated. Peter's wide reputation for learning led to his selection as.
Get this from a library. Arzt im Purpur: Grundzüge einer Krankheitslehre bei Petrus Hispanus (ca. bis ). [Heinrich Schipperges].
When, inTeobaldo came to Viterbo after his election to the papacy as Gregory X, he appointed Petrus Hispanus his physician in ordinary.
While occupying this position, the latter wrote his "Thesaurus pauperum", in which he gives a remedy for the diseases of every part of the body.
The Sententia cum questionibus in libros De anima I–II Aristotelis (c. ) by Petrus Hispanus provides the first quotations of the Guide for the Perplexed by Maimonides in a Latin commentary to the De anima.
This paper aims to show the textual context of these references and to provide some remarks on the role they play in the theory of the intellect in this : Celia López Alcalde.
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The history of Spanish ophthalmology goes back as far as the thirteenth century, when Petrus Hispanus, afterwards. The Summulae Logicales of Peter of Spain by Mullally, Hispanus, Petrus; Bochenski, I.M. Published by Marietti, Torino () Used. are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set.
This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn. Die Ophthalmologie (Liber de oculo) des Petrus Hispanus (Petrus von Lissabon, später papst Johannes XXI.): Nach münchener, florentiner, pariser, römer lateinischen codices, zum ersten male herausgegeben / (München: J.F.
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