Compendium Logicae et Metaphysicae

Nov 25, 2012 by

COMPENDIUM LOGICAE ET METAPHYSICAE by R.P. Ludovico Jouin was first published in 1874 and is pure latin to me, actually it is just pure latin!  If anyone out there can still read latin please let me know the secrets this book holds…

A few sample lines from the beginning of the book:

“Propositio universalis est :
1. Metaphysice universalis, quando praedicatum omnibus et singulis subjecti inferioribus necessitate absoluta competit,ita ut nulla exceptio sit possibilis, ut ” Circulus est rotundus ” ; ” Homo est animal rationale.”

2. Physice universalis, quando praedicatum convenit subjecti inferioribus singulis ob constantiam legum physicarum, ita tamen ut non repugnet fieri per Deum aliquam exceptionem, ut ” Omne corpus est grave.”

3. MoralHer universalis, quando praedicatum ut plurimum competitsubjecti inferioribus, sed identidem occurrunt exceptiones, ut ” Juvenes sunt inconstantes.” Talis propositio vera quidem est, quoad singular ia vero nihil ex ea stricte concludi potest. ”

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