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- The Modistae (Latin for "Modists"), also known as the speculative grammarians, were the members of a school of grammarian philosophy known as Modism or...
- historically through the Gr**** and Latin Modistae over many centuries. Gr**** and Latin intellectuals as well as the Modistae have contributed to the different...
- scholars who studied the grammar of Sanskrit Speculative grammarians or Modistae, a 13th and 14th century school of philosophy Grammarians of Basra, scholars...
- the works of the Logica vetus Opera, ed. Roos H., Corpus Philosophorum Danicorum Medii Aevi, vol. 11. Gad, Copenhagen, 1961. Modistae Oxford Index page...
- scholars included, among others, Martin of Dacia and Thomas of Erfurt (see Modistae). Linguists of the Renaissance and Baroque periods such as Johannes Goropius...
- by some. Besides works of grammatical speculation — he was one of the Modistae — he wrote on Aristotle, Boethius and Priscian. Radulphus was Master of...
- Bacon Grammatica Speculativa, the more famous work by Thomas of Erfurt Modistae, the philosophical school represented by the work Murphy (1974), p. 155...
- etymological and encyclopedic dictionary in any non-Cl****ical language. The Modistae or "speculative grammarians" in the 13th century introduced the notion...
- Grammars of the Middle Ages: The Doctrine of the partes orationis of the Modistae, Mouton: The Hague, 1971. John Marenbon, Later Medieval Philosophy (1150-1350)...
- Metalanguage Metaphor in philosophy Michael Devitt Michael Dummett Modal property Modistae Modularity of mind Moritz Schlick Mumbo Jumbo (phrase) Naming and Necessity...
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