3 Feb 2017

Luhtala, On the Origin of Syntactical Description in Stoic Logic, entry directory [newer]

 

by Corry Shores

 

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There is a version of this entry directory that collects the brief summaries here:

Luhtala (CBS) On the Origin of Syntactical Description in Stoic Logic, collected brief summaries

 

 

 

Entry Directory for

 

Anneli Luhtala

 

On the Origin of Syntactical Description in Stoic Logic

 

Ch.5 The Stoics

 

5.0

[introductory material]

 

5.1

The Unity of Stoic Philosophy

 

5.2

Chrysippus, the Founder of Stoic Logic

 

5.3

Sources

 

5.4

Evaluation

 

5.5

Stoic Logic

 

5.5.0

[introductory material on Stoic logic]

 

5.5.1

Rational Impressions

 

5.5.2

The Components of Expression (Σημαίνοντα) and Meaning (Σημαινόμενα)

 

5.5.3

Parts of Speech 

 

5.5.4

The Component of Meaning (Σημαινόμενα)

 

5.5.4.0

The Component of Meaning (Σημαινόμενα)

 

 

5.5.4.1

The Notion of Self-Sufficiency (Αὐτοτέλεια)

 

5.5.4.2

Compound Predicates and the Notion of Action

 

5.5.4.3

Stoic Predicate Types

 

5.5.4.4

Πτῶσις (‘Case’)

 

5.5.4.5

Stoic versus Peripatetic Notion of Subject

 

5.5.4.6

The Status of Case (Πτῶσις) as Sayable (Λεκτόν)

 

5.5.4.7

The Proposition

 

5.5.4.8

Simple Propositions

 

5.5.4.9

The Pronoun

 

 

 

[The older entry directory for this book is here, but it links to previous versions of the summaries.]

 

 

 

Luhtala, Anneli. 2000. On the Origin of Syntactical Description in Stoic Logic. Münster: Nodus.

 

 

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