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a logical geometry project


Brill published the following 11 sources, containing a total of 6 diagrams.
Binini, Irene. 2022. Possibility and Necessity in the Time of Peter Abelard. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Sanders, John, and Klaus von Stosch, eds. 2022. Divine Action. Challenges for Muslim and Christian Theology. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Thom, Paul. 2019. Robert Kilwardby’s Science of Logic. A Thirteenth-Century Intensional Logic. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Bos, E. P., ed. 2013. Medieval Supposition Theory Revisited. Leiden: Brill. (1 diagram)
Taboada, Maite, and Rada Trnavac, eds. 2013. Nonveridicality and Evaluation. Theoretical, Computational and Corpus Approaches. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Bowen, Alan C., and Christian Wildberg, eds. 2009. New Perspectives on Aristotle’s De Caelo. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Lagerlund, Henrik. 2000. Modal Syllogistics in the Middle Ages. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Bäck, Allan. 1996. On Reduplication. Logical Theories of Quantification. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Mack, Peter. 1993. Renaissance Argument. Valla and Agricola in the Traditions of Rhetoric and Dialectic. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Fortenbaugh, William W., Pamela M. Huby, Robert W. Sharples, and Dimitri Gutas, eds. 1992. Theophrastus of Eresus. Sources for His Life, Writings, Thought and Influence. Part One: Life, Writings, Various Reports, Logic, Physics, Metaphysics, Theology, Mathematics. Leiden: Brill. (0 diagrams)
Londey, David, and Carmen Johanson. 1987. The Logic of Apuleius. Leiden: Brill. (5 diagrams)
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