De Ortu Grammaticae

Studies in medieval grammar and linguistic theory in memory of Jan Pinborg

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The Danish scholar Jan Pinborg (1937-1982) 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 influence.Though 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.; theories of the pronoun, of mental language, of supposition, of figurative expressions and of mereology are among the topics discussed; and the papers deal with both humble anonymous teachers of grammar and with such well-known men as Aristotle, Plotinus, Augustine, Peter of Spain, Roger Bacon, Robert Kilwardby, Thomas Aquinas, Dante, William of Ockham, Domingo de Soto, and Suárez. The papers are in English, German, or French.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
ix
Introduction
Geoffrey L. Bursill-Hall and Sten Ebbesen
1
‘De Magistro’: Analyse eines Dialogs von Augustinus
Hans Arens
17
Domingo de Soto (1494-1560) and the Doctrine of Signs
E. Jennifer Ashworth
35
Être: finitude et infini
Bernardo Carlos Bazán
49
Suppositio in Petrus Hispanus: Linguistic theories and models
Francis P. Dinneen, S.J.
69
Vernacular Grammar as a Calque of Latin Grammar: The case of infinitive + skullende
Niels Haastrup
87
Master Peter's Mereology
Desmond Paul Henry
99
Una et Eadem: Some observations on Roger Bacon's Greek grammar
Even Hovdhaugen
117
Un commentaire anonyme de l'“Ars Minor” de Donat
Colette Jeudy
133
Composition and the Verb in Grammatica Speculativa
L.G. Kelly
147
Transitivity, Intransitivity and Related Concepts in 12th Century Grammar: An explorative study
Corneille H. Kneepkens
161
Auctoritas, consuetudo and ratio in St.Augustine's Ars grammatica
Vivien A. Law
191
De la logique à la grammaire: Remarques sur la théorie de la determinatio chez Roger Bacon et Lambert d'Auxerre (Lambert de Lagny)
Alain de Libera
209
Materials for an Archaelogical Analysis of Richard of Campsall's Logic
A. Charlene Senape McDermott
227
Topos and Figura: Historical cause and effect?
James J. Murphy
239
Supposition naturelle et signification occamiste
Claude Panaccio
255
A Hitherto Unpublished Medieval Grammatical Fragment on Latin Syntax and Syntactic Figures
W. Keith Percival
271
Théories médiévales du pronom et du nom général
Irène Rosier-Catach et Jean Stefanini
285
Dante and the Ars Grammatica
Aldo Scaglione
305
Robert Kilwardby: Figurative constructions and the limits of grammar
Mary Sirridge
321
Mental Reservation and Mental Language in Suarez
John A. Trentman
339
Index Auctorum
359
Index Rerum
365
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  90000444