The History of Grammar in the Middle Ages

Collected Papers

With a select bibliography, and indices

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This volume brings together a number of papers written by R. W. Hunt (1908-1979) on the history of grammar in the Middle Ages. The importance of these papers lies almost as much in the spark of scholarly investigation that they have inspired, as in their contribution to original research. The first three studies in this collection deal with the change in grammatical doctrine that took place in the late 11th and 12th centuries and from which all subsequent developments during the creative period of medieval grammatical speculation derive. The fourth paper deals with a problem that concerns all students of the medieval liberal arts: the unity of learning, as opposed to the present-day compartmentalisation of studies. The remaining three studies deal with the textual materials available to the medieval student of grammar.
[Studies in the History of the Language Sciences, 5]  1980.  xxxvi, 214 pp.
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Table of Contents
Author's Preface
V
Acknowledgements
VIII
Introduction
Geoffrey L. Bursill-Hall
IX
Select Bibliography
XXVII
1. Studies on Priscian in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries
I: Petrus Helias and his Predecessors
1
2. Studies on Priscian in the Twelfth Century
II: The School of Ralph of Beauvais
39
3. Absoluta: The Summa of Petrus Hispanus on Priscianus Minor
95
4. The Introduction to the Artes in the Twelfth Century
117
5. Hugutio and Petrus Helias
145
6. The ‘Lost’ Preface to the Liber Derivationum of Osbern of Gloucester
151
7. Oxford Grammar Masters in the Middle Ages
167
Indices
199
a) Index manuscriptorum
199
b) Index nominum
205
c) Index terminorum
209
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  81453282