Volume 9, Issue 3, 2012
A Journal of Analytic Scholasticism
Opusculum insolubilium v kontextu scholastické logiky Analýza traktátu a pracovní edice
Opusculum insolubilium is an anonymous sixteenth-century British logical treatise dealing with the so-called “insolubles”, i.e. self-reflexive paradoxical propositions. It summarises the fundamental principles of the approach proposed by Roger Swyneshed in the fourteenth century, which became popular in the British academic circles during the fifteenth century. The present paper has two basic aims: to contrive a modern edition of this treatise which could be used for
a further research in post-mediaeval scholastic logic, and to provide elementary information about its content and historical context.