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April 2018

Medieval Logic and its Contemporary Relevance

April 30
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An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until 2nd May 2018

An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until 2nd May 2018

Edgecliffe 104, University of St Andrews St Andrews, United Kingdom + Google Map

Edgecliffe: the Philosophy Department   George Santayana once observed that those who do not remember the past are doomed to repeat it. Of course, history can be studied for many reasons, even for its own sake. But studying medieval logic, in particular, can make us aware of the consequences of certain ideas in at least two ways. First, the problems that medieval logicians were tackling are in many cases still with us today and still unresolved, more so than in…

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May 2018

Medieval Logic and its Contemporary Relevance

May 1
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An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until 2nd May 2018

An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until 2nd May 2018

Edgecliffe 104, University of St Andrews St Andrews, United Kingdom + Google Map

Edgecliffe: the Philosophy Department   George Santayana once observed that those who do not remember the past are doomed to repeat it. Of course, history can be studied for many reasons, even for its own sake. But studying medieval logic, in particular, can make us aware of the consequences of certain ideas in at least two ways. First, the problems that medieval logicians were tackling are in many cases still with us today and still unresolved, more so than in…

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Medieval Logic and its Contemporary Relevance

May 2
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An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until 2nd May 2018

An event every day that begins at 9:00am, repeating until 2nd May 2018

Edgecliffe 104, University of St Andrews St Andrews, United Kingdom + Google Map

Edgecliffe: the Philosophy Department   George Santayana once observed that those who do not remember the past are doomed to repeat it. Of course, history can be studied for many reasons, even for its own sake. But studying medieval logic, in particular, can make us aware of the consequences of certain ideas in at least two ways. First, the problems that medieval logicians were tackling are in many cases still with us today and still unresolved, more so than in…

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