The Liar Paradox (which for him is "the so-called liar paradox") can be addressed without any metalinguistic maneuvering simply by saying, with Jean Buridan
, that the utterer of a Liar Sentence is speaking falsely.
En el primer trabajo, David Miller hace una comparacion de las teorias de verdad y las soluciones a la paradoja del mentiroso, propuestas por Tomas Bradwardino, Jean Buridan
, y Alfred Tarski y presenta una critica a la posicion de Read sobre el tema, tal como fue expuesta en su articulo: The liar and the new T-schema, publicado en el fasciculo17 de nuestra revista.
A locomotiva europeia encontra-se em situacao semelhante aquela enunciada na parabola do asno do filosofo Jean Buridan
The names of Jordanus Nemorarius, Jean Buridan
, John Philoponus, Robert Grosseteste, Roger Bacon, Nicholas of Oresme, and Leon Battista Alberti may not be known to many, even to many contemporary scientists.
so it's a natural that they bond over Jung, synchronicity and "Buridan's Ass" a postulate by 14th-century French philosopher Jean Buridan
(again, not kidding
For example, the History's coverage of the reception of Aristotle's Ethics and especially the debate about the ultimate end can be profitably studied in connection with this volume's two extended treatments of book 10 of the Ethics (Albert the Great in translation 1 and Jean Buridan
in translation 16); and the History's discussion of conscience is fleshed out in translation 2, which presents Bonaventure's analysis of conscience and synderesis.
, rector of the same university in the mid-1300s.
There was, as the documents he uncovered showed, intense intellectual activity during the Middle Ages, and a leading part was played by the masters of the Paris schools, in particular by Jean Buridan
and Nicholas Oresme.
Asi, considerare tres enfoques para poner (T) en orden: aquellos de las luminarias medievales Thomas Bradwardine y Jean Buridan
, expuestos por Read (2008a), y aquel de Alfred Tarski.
11) "Unde substantias non percipimus mediante sensu sub conceptibus substantialibus, sed bene sub conceptibus accidentalibus et connotativis, et non mere absolutis"; John Buridan, Le traite de l'ame de Jean Buridan
(De Prima Lectura), ed.
See also the developments in fourteenth-century scholasticism (`William of Occam, Jean Buridan
, Gregory of Rimini, Nicholas of Autrecourt), whose relation to humanism has scarcely been studied.
In a related example at the beginning of Aristotle's Categories, some things are said to be "paronymous," which has been translated denominativa [denominative] in the Latin tradition and becomes a theory of connotation in such nominalists as William of Ockham and Jean Buridan