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'''Lambertus Marie de Rijk''' (L.M. de Rijk) is a dutch medievalist.  De Rijk was born at Hilversum (Nederland) November, 6 1924. He is Professor Emeritus of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy at the University of Leiden, and Honorary Professor at the University of Maastricht.
 
'''Lambertus Marie de Rijk''' (L.M. de Rijk) is a dutch medievalist.  De Rijk was born at Hilversum (Nederland) November, 6 1924. He is Professor Emeritus of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy at the University of Leiden, and Honorary Professor at the University of Maastricht.
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==1950s==
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* "Some notes on Aristotle, Metaphysics A 4, 985b9," Mnemosyne 4: 314-318 (1950).
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* "The authenticity of Aristotle's Categories," Mnemosyne 4: 129-159 (1951).
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* ''The place of the categories of Being in Aristotle's philosophy''. Assen: Van Gorcum 1952.
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Ph.D. thesis, Utrecht University.
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* Petrus Abaelardus. ''Dialectica''. Edited by de Rijk Lambertus Marie. Assen: Van Gorcum 1956. (First complete edition of the Parisian manuscript with an introduction; second revised edition 1970.)
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* Garlandus Compotista. Dialectica. Edited by de Rijk Lambertus Marie. Assen: Van Gorcum 1959. First edition of the manuscripts with an introduction on the life and works of the author and on the contents of the work.
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==1960s==
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* ''Logica Modernorum''. A contribution to the history of early terminist logic. Vol. 1: On the twelfth century theory of fallacy. Assen: Van Gorcum 1962.
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* "On the curriculum of the Arts of the Trivium at St. Gall from ca. 850 - ca. 1000," Vivarium 1: 35-86 (1963).
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* "On the chronology of Boethius' works on logic. Part I," Vivarium 2: 1-49 (1964). "The chronological order of Boethius' works appears to be a rather difficult problem".
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* "On the chronology of Boethius' works on logic. Part II," Vivarium 2: 125-162 (1964). "We shall now sum up the results of our investigations".
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Boethius' birth about 480 A.D.
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* "'Enkylios paideia': a study of its original meaning," Vivarium 3: 24-93 (1965).
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* "Some new evidence on twelfth century logic: Alberic and the School of Mont Ste Geneviève (Montani)," Vivarium 4: 1-57 (1966).
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* "Some notes on the medieval Tract 'De insolubilibus' with an edition of a Tract dating from the end of the Twelfth century," Vivarium 4: 83-115 (1966).
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* "Some notes on the twelfth century topic of the three (four) human evils and of the science, virtue and techniques as their remedies," Vivarium 5: 8-15 (1967).
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* Logica Modernorum. A contribution to the history of early terminist logic. Vol. 2, Part one: The origin and early development of the theory of supposition. Assen: Van Gorcum 1967.
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** Part One: 1. Introduction, analysis of the manuscripts concerned 11;
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** 2. On the development of mediaeval grammar 95;
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** 3. The increasing use of special textbooks of logic in the first half of the twelfth century 126;
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** 4. The theory of signification in twelfth century logic up to about 1140 177;
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** 5. On the theory of signification in twelfth century grammar 221;
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** 6. The tract on logic contained in MS. Oxford, Digby 174, analysis of its content, its origin and date 264;
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** 7. Ars Meliduna. On the theory of terms 292;
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** 8. Ars Meliduna. On the denotation of the terms 306;
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** 9. Ars Meliduna. The theory of proposition 319;
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** 10. Ars Meliduna. The theory of the enuntiabile 357;
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** 11. Some treatises on logic dating from about 1200 391;
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** 12. The Dialectica Monacensis preserved in Munich, C.L.M. 14, 763 408;
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** 13. Some early Oxford tracts on logic 416;
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** 14. The Summe Metenses found in Paris, B. N. Lat. 11, 412 449;
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** 15. The doctrine of fallacy and the origin of the theories of supposition 491;
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** 16. The grammatical origin and early development of the theory of Appellation (Supposition) 513;
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** 17. The logical theory of the Properties of terms up to about 1200 555; Books and articles referred to 599; List of the manuscripts used 606; List of incipits 608-614.
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* Logica Modernorum. A contribution to the history of early terminist logic. Vol. 2, Part two: The origin and early development of the theory of supposition. Text and indices. Assen: Van Gorcum 1967. Edition of a number of tracts dating from c. 1130 up to c. 1220.
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** I. Introductiones Montane minores 7;
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** II. Abbreviatio Montana 73;
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** III. Excerpta Norimbergensia 109;
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** IV. Ars Emmerana 143; V. Ars Burana 175;
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** VI. Tractatus Anagnini 215;
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** VII. Tractatus de univocatione Monacensis 333;
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** VIII. Introductiones Parisienses 353;
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** IX. Logica "Ut dicit" 375;
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** X. Logica "Cum sit nostra" 413;
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** XI. Dialectica Monacensis 453;
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** XII. Fallacie Londinenses 639;
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** XIII. Fallacie Magistri Willelmi 679;
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** XIV. Tractatus de proprietatibus sermonum 703;
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** XV. Quaestiones Victorinae 731; Indices: a. Index locorum; B. Index nominum; C. Index verborum et rerum; D. Index sophismatum et exemplorum.
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* "On the genuine text of Peter of Spain's' Summule Logicales'. Part I. General problems concerning possible interpolations in the manuscripts," Vivarium 6: 1-34 (1968).
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* "On the genuine text of Peter of Spain's 'Summule Logicales'. Part II. Simon Faversham (d. 1306) as a commentator of the Tract I-V of the Summule," Vivarium 6: 69-101 (1968). "Who was the author? Grabmann was of the opinion that the only logician bearing the name of Simon in the second part of the thirteenth century was Simon of Faversham, since master Simon of Dacia was a grammarian, known especially for his tract Domus gramatice (*).
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* "On the genuine text of Peter of Spain's 'Summule Logicales'. Part III. Two redactions of a commentary upon the Summule by Robertus Anglicus," Vivarium 7: 8-61 (1969).
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"The question must be answered now whether the Robertus Anglicus, who is the author of Tractatus quadrantis and the commentary on John de Sacrobosco's De sphera may be also the author of the two redactions of the commentary on Peter of Spain's Summule logicales which we found in the Vatican and Todi manuscripts. Three arguments can be adduced in favour of the identity of our author with the teacher of Montpellier.
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* "On the genuine text of Peter of Spain's 'Summule Logicales'. Part IV. The Lectura Tractatum by Guillelmus Arnaldi, Master of Arts at Toulouse (1235-1244). With a note on the date of Lambert of Auxerre' Summule," Vivarium 7: 120-162 (1969). "No doubt, this Lectura Tractatuum was written by a Guillelmus, or Guillermus, Arnaldi who taught the liberal arts at Toulouse. As a matter of fact I found a teacher of that name in a number of documents concerning the county of Toulouse. (...)
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* "Significatio y suppositio en Pedro Hispano," Pensamiento 25: 225-234 (1969).
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Translated in Spanish by Th. G. Sinnige.
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==1960s==
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* "On the genuine text of Peter of Spain's 'Summule Logicales'. Part V. Some anonymous commentaries on the Summule dating from the Thirteenth century," Vivarium 8: 10-55 (1970). "Mgr. Grabmann found several commentaries on the Summile logicales dating from as early as the thirteenth century (*) Some of the are anonymous. This group will be discussed in this part of our study on the genuine text of Peter of Spain's famous text-book of logic." p. 10
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* "On the life of Peter of Spain, the author of the Tractatus, called afterwards Summule logicales," Vivarium 8: 123-154 (1970).
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* Die Bedeutungslehre in der Logik des 13. Jahrunderts und ihr Gegenstück in der metaphysischen Spekulation. In Methoden in Wissenschaft und Kunst des Mittelalters. Edited by Zimmermann Albert. Berlin: De Gruyter 1970. pp. 1-22 Miscellanea Mediaevalia, vol. 7. Reprinted as chapter VII in: Through language to reality: studies in medieval semantics and metaphysics.
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* "The development of suppositio naturalis in medieval logic. Part I. Natural supposition as non-contextual supposition," Vivarium 9: 71-107 (1971).
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Reprinted as chapter IX in: Through language to reality: studies in medieval semantics and metaphysics.
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* Peter of Spain. Tractatus, called afterwards Summule logicales. Edited by de Rijk Lambertus Marie. Assen: Van Gorcum 1972. First critical edition from the manuscripts with an introduction.
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** A: De introductionibus (Tract I), De predicabilibus (Tract II), De predicamentis ((Tract III), De sillogismis (Tract IV), De locis (Tract V), De fallaciis (Tract VII)
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** B: De suppositionibus (tract VI), De relativis (Tract VIII), De ampliationibus (Tract IX), De appellationibus (Tract X), De restrictionibus (Tract XI), De distributionibus (Tract XII)."
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(pp. LXXXVIII-LXXXIX, notes omitted)
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* "A note on Aganafat(?)'s 'Thesaurus Philosophorum'," Vivarium 11: 105-107 (1973).
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* "Some Thirteenth century tracts on the Game of Obligation. Part I. Two separate tracts on 'falsi positio' and 'impossibilis positio'," Vivarium 12: 94-123 (1974).
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