Juan Caramuel y Lobkowitz: Praecursor Logicus complectens Grammaticam Audacem

Reimpresión de la edición Frankfurt 1654.

Con una introducción de Ramón Sarmiento.
Umschlagfoto
1989
GU 20
XIX, 127 p., 2 ill., 20,0 x 30,2 cm.
Cloth-bound
Spanish
Latin
ISBN 978-3-7728-1181-4
Available
Single price:
€ 48.–

Caramuel‘s (1606–1682) ›Grammatica audax‹ is a link between late scholasticism, the logic of the Renaissance, and early rationalism. The work consists of three parts: methodica, metrica and critica. 1. Methodica: semiotic principles of a linguistic theory, in essence still scholastically oriented, 2. Metrica: syllable theory (including Arabic and Hebrew material), prosody as well as the study of verse and writing, 3. Critica: along with logic, grammar is described as the basis for all sciences and developed into a »logical grammar.«

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