4 edition of Summa super Priscianum found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||Petrus Helias ; edited by Leo Reilly|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Studies and texts -- 113, Studies and texts (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies) -- 113|
|Contributions||Reilly, Leo Alexander, 1935-, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||93093093|
He is the author of a Latin grammar book, “summa Super Priscianum,” published in Fr. James Serrick, SJ Fr. Serrick was born in Defiance, Ohio. He attended Gesu Grade School, Toledo, Ohio; Campion High School, Praire du Chien, Wis. Peter Helias gets much more than he deserves in a book about Buridan. We are invited (p. 9) to see him as the inventor of the summa and to see the relationship between his Summa super Priscianum and Priscian’s Institutiones replicated in the relationship between Buridan’s Summulae and Peter of Spain’s. But quite apart from the dubious nature of the claim about Peter Helias’ invention, the similarity is .
A guide to the sources of medieval theories of interpretation, signs, and the arts K. M. Fredborg, The dependence of Petrus Hellas' Summa Super Priscianum on William of Conches' Glose Super Priscianum', Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen Age Grec et Latin 11 (Copenhagen ), ; and 'Some Notes on the grammar of William of Conches', Cahiers. He published Petrus Helias, Summa super Priscianum,Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies in A longtime admirer of Marshall McLuhan, he is currently working on a book,"Realism in Philosophy.".
TIMELINE 12th CENTURY "Summa super Priscianum" * William of Conches, In "Priscianum maiorem" * William of Conches, "Commentaries on Cicero's De Inventione & Rhetorica ad Herennium" Book II of his Policraticus is devoted to a general discussion of omens, divination and the philosophical problems of predestination. Peter Helias, Summa super Priscianum, Leo Alexander Reilly (ed.), Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, The Sentences: Book I: The Mystery of the Trinity, vi–l (Mediaeval Sources in Translation 42), Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies.
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: Summa super Priscianum (2 volumes) (STUDIES AND TEXTS (PONTIFICAL INST OF MEDIAEVAL STDS)) (): Helias Petrus: BooksCited by: 8. His Summa super Priscianum, written about AD, updates the sixth-century grammar of Priscian in about the same length as the original.
The first work to be called a summa, it sets a high standard for the genre; every detail is organized under headings and each section is prefaced with a heading outline. This chapter discusses Summa super Priscianum, a textbook on grammar written by teacher and scholar Petrus Helias around – Based on Priscian's Institutiones Summa super Priscianum book, Summa super Priscianum is the earliest example of the summa as a pedagogical genre and reflects Petrus Helias's view that grammar is independent from the concerns of logic.
Genre/Form: Electronic books Glossaries, vocabularies, etc: Summa super Priscianum book Physical Format: Print version: Helias, Petrus, approximately ?.
Summa super Priscianum. Summa super Priscianum. [Petrus Helias; Leo Alexander Reilly] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Petrus Helias; Leo Alexander Reilly.
Find more information about: ISBN: ST 2 vols.: xii,xii, pp. Casebound. ISBN –0–––3 • $ Leo Reilly, ed. Petrus Helias, Summa super Priscianum Author: G.L. Bursill-Hall Pages: pp. Author: G.L.
Bursill-Hall. Fredborg, K. (), ‘ The Dependence of Petrus Helias’ Summa super Priscianum on William of Conches’ Glose super Priscianum ’, Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen-Age Grec et Latin, 11 Fried, J.
(), Die Entstehung des Juristenstandes im William’s grammatical thought in his own Summa super Priscianum (published in by Leo Reilly). And there are even more commentaries, some known by their incipits (e.g., Tria sunt, Promisimus), others by the schools with which they were associated (e.g., Grammatica porretana), many of which remain accessible only in : Andrew Hicks.
Summary. The twelfth century was notable for the activity which preceded and achieved the appearance of several books which came to be accepted as classical and standard manuals of the subjects of which they treated: the Dccretum of Gratian, the Summa super Priscianum of Peter Helyas, the History of Peter Comestor, the Sentences and the Gloss of Peter Lombard.
‘The Dependence of Petrus Helias’ Summa super Priscianum on William of Conches’ Glosulae super Priscianum’ Cahiers de l’institut du moyen-âge grec et latin 11 1 57 Fredborg K.M. ‘The Dependence of Petrus Helias’ Summa super Priscianum on William of Conches’ Glosulae super Priscianum ’ Cahiers de l’institut du moyen Author: Luisa Valente.
Leo Reilly, ed. Petrus Helias, Summa super Priscianum G. Bursill-Hall. Francesco Stella. La poesia carolingia latina a tema biblico Michael Roberts. Eric Hicks, ed. La vie et les epistres.
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Wallerand's editio prima. Until the early twentieth-century this work was assumed to have been authored by John Duns Scotus. Widely reproduced and commented upon in the Middle Ages, it remains the most complete textbook of Modist speculative grammar.
The mistaken authorship arose out of the natural affinity of Erfurt's speculative grammar with Scotus's metaphysics.
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Sokol Books Ltd is a limited business. Our head office is at 27 Charles Street, London, W1J 5DT, and our shop is at a Fulham Road, London, SW3 6HY. Our email is [email protected] The book brings together more than fifty primary texts from the medieval history of grammar and rhetoric, well over half of them never translated into English before.
Language Arts and Literary Theory, Summa super Priscianum, ca Dominicus Gundissalinus, De divisione philosophiae.
Medieval Grammar and Rhetoric: Language Arts and Literary Theory, AD contributes to two fields, the history of the language arts and the history of literary theory. It brings together essential sources in the disciplines of grammar and rhetoric which were used to understand literary form and language and teach literary g: Summa super Priscianum.
It was the Stoics among the ancient philosophers who most vividly developed the philosophy of language as part of their logic. Within their theory of meaning, they recognized various types of predicates which required one or more cases or ‘arguments’ to complete their meaning.
A minimal complete statement consisting of a verb and one or two nominals formed a logical proposition. Find user manuals for all Summa equipment and software including Summa vinyl cutters, flatbed systems and printer cutters.
however, detract from the overall usefulness of this compact book. I look forward to the work on Greed with great anticipation. Sarah Spence, University of Georgia Leo Reilly, ed.
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