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Index of names




Abbagnano, N., 131n Belardi, W., 164n, 165n
Ackrill, J. L., 50n, 63n, 84n, 85n, 100n, 123n, Bencivenga, E., 276n
131n, 155n, 156n, 158n, 162n, 166n, 167n, 169n, Benson, H. H., 79n
170n, 174n, 199n, 201n, 202n, 205n, 209n, Ben-Zeev, A., 109n
217n, 223n, 228n, 230n, 231n, 244n, 276n Berti, E., 52n, 64n, 86n, 97n, 101n, 107n, 114n,
Adorno, F., 131n, 230n 115, 115n, 117n, 118n, 119n, 131n, 132n, 140n,
Albritton, R. A., 277n 184n, 234n, 235n
Alexander of Aphrodisias, 72n, 156n, 186n, 221n Besoli, S., 114n
Al-Farabi, 172n Bird, O., 161n
Ammonius, 45, 205n, 226n, 239 Birondo, N., 109n
Anaxagoras, 206, 207 Blanch´, R., 230n, 263n
e
Anscombe, G. E. M., 123n, 199n, 206n, 223n Blank, D., 86n
Antiseri, D., 164n, 172n Blettner, E., 164n
Antisthenes, 230n Block, I., 109n, 110n
Anton, J. P., 97n Bobzien, S., 133n, 172n, 227n, 256n
Apelt, O., 97n, 264n Bochenski, I. M., 72n, 143n, 230n, 256n
Apollo, 162n Bod´us, R., 73n, 102n, 228n

Apostle, H. G., 58n, 96n, 114n, 165n Boethius, 142n, 156n, 202n, 205n, 226n, 240,
Aquinas, Thomas, 59n, 63n, 64n, 66n, 69n, 71n, 240n, 241, 250
82n, 87n, 88n, 96n, 98n, 107n, 117n, 131n, Bolton, R., 100n, 116n, 175n
155n, 166n Bonitz, H., 58n, 59n, 62n, 63n, 64n, 89n, 98n,
Arens, H., 83n 101n, 102n, 107n, 114n, 117n, 123n, 131n, 138n,
Aspasius, 156n 180n, 211n, 223n, 234, 238
Astroh, M., 172n, 230n Bonomi, A., 199n
Aubenque, P., 114n, 117n, 123n, 131n Bormann, K., 131n, 234n
Austin, J. L., 72n Bosley, R., 216n, 223n
Averroes, 244n Bostock, D., 100n, 123n
Boudot, M., 271n
B¨ck, A. T., 48n, 52n, 72n, 123n, 185n, 213n, 228n
a Bradley, R. D., 266n
Badawi, A., 256n Brakas, G., 79n, 88n, 114n, 230n
Baldassarri, M., 146n Brandis, C. A., 63n, 114n, 172n, 234, 236n, 238
Barnes, J., 55n, 72n, 79n, 84n, 100n, 116n, 123n, Brandt, R., 64n, 69n, 82n, 83n, 84n, 131n, 213n,
146n, 147n, 156n, 162n, 256n 230n, 231n
B¨rthlein, K., 103n, 133n
a Brentano, F., 52n, 57n, 64n, 70n, 79n, 84n, 98n,
Baudry, L., 87n, 131n, 199n, 277n, 278n 104n, 113n, 114n, 117n, 131n, 133n, 136n, 152n,
Baylis, C. A., 204n 161n, 192n
Beaney, M., 161n Brown, L., 123n
Becker, A., 227, 228n, 230n Brunschwig, J., 107n, 122n, 147n, 179n, 244n,
Becker, O., 147n 245n
Bekker, I., 62n, 74n, 89n, 101n, 155n, 201n, 202n, Buhle, I. T., 89n, 155n, 201n, 202n, 205n, 228n,
205n, 228n, 232n, 234, 238, 239, 252n 240n, 241

313
314 Index of names
Bullinger, A., 102n de Koninck, T., 72n
Buridan, John, 72n, 95n Demoss, D., 100n, 132n
Burnyeat, M., 52n, 83n, 107n, 109n, 117n, 118n, Deninger, J. G., 236n
236n Denyer, N., 111n
Burrell, D., 131n, 199n, 278n de Rijk, L. M., 47n, 49n, 50n, 52n, 55n, 58n, 59n,
Butler, R. J., 199n 64n, 69n, 98n, 103n, 105n, 114n, 121n, 131n,
Butterworth, C. E., 244n 196n, 215n
Bywater, I., 53n, 164n de Rivo, Peter, see Peter de Rivo
Detel, W., 114n
Cahn, S. M., 131n, 199n Devereux, D. T., 79n, 100n, 132n
Calogero, G., 100n, 101n, 102n, 104n, 114n, 131n, Dexippus, 187, 187n, 188, 189
147n Dickason, A., 131n, 138n, 199n, 227n, 230n,
Capozzi, G., 131n, 230n 276n
Carson, D. S., 160n, 162n Dilthey, W., 114n, 131n
Casari, E., 194n Diogenes Laertius, 146
Cashdollar, S., 102n, 109n, 110n Donini, P. L., 131n, 138n, 199n, 205n, 212n, 214n
Cassin, B., 109n D¨ ring, A., 165n
o
Cassirer, H., 101n D¨ ring, K., 143n
o
Caston, V., 83n, 109n Dorion, L.-A., 107n, 143n, 179n, 180n
Cathala, M.-R., 59n, 63n, 64n, 66n, 69n, 96n, D¨ bner, F., 63n, 74n, 89n, 155n, 201n, 202n,
u
98n, 107n, 117n 205n, 228n, 232n, 234, 238, 239, 252n
Cavini, W., 51n, 70n, 132n, 139n, 140n, 147n, Dubucs, J., 230n, 263n
161n, 229n, 244n, 248n DuLac, H., 86n, 100n, 172n, 201n
Celluprica, V., 100n, 156n, 227n, 230n Duminil, M.-P., 48n
Charles, D., 100n, 107n, 109n, 110n, 123n, 162n, D¨ ring, I., 120n, 230n
u
175n, 176n Du Val, G., 241, 241n, 251n
Chisholm, R. M., 130n
Christ, W., 62n, 63n, 64n, 101n, 234, 238 Ebbesen, S., 146n, 163n
Chrysippus, 144, 144n, 145, 145n, 146, 146n, 147, Edel, A., 131n
147n Enders, M., 131n, 199n, 205n, 209n, 211n, 212n
Church, A., 161n, 265n Engel, P., 131n
Cleary, J. J., 96n Engelhardt, P. M., 101n, 114n, 117n, 131n
Code, A., 271n Engmann, J., 114n
Colli, G., 74n, 89n, 142n, 155n Epicurus, 226n
Conybeare, F. C., 240n Eudemus, 256
Cooke, H. P., 74n, 89n, 131n, 155n, 201n, 202n, Evans, G., 186n
205n, 228n, 239 Everson, S., 109n
Cope, E. M., 164n
Coraes, A., 141n Fait, P., 88n, 143n, 144n, 145n, 151n
Corinth, 162n Fattal, M., 104n, 107n, 109n
Cosenza, P., 255n, 256n Faust, A., 117n
Craig, W. L., 131n, 199n, 201n, 202n, 212n, 228n, Field, H., 72n
233n, 276n Fine, G., 79n, 80n, 81n, 213n, 223n
Cresswell, M. J., 123n Fiorentino, F., 64n, 88n, 114n, 131n, 138n, 152n
Crivelli, P., 52n, 55n, 115n, 131n, 137n, 138n, 152n, Fleischer, M., 65n, 86n, 114n, 131n
161n, 162n, 168n, 170n, 174n, 241n, 247n, 263n Fonseca, P., 107n, 114n
Cypselus, 162n F¨ rster, A., 71n
o
Forster, E. S., 142n, 213n, 232n
Damschen, G., 172n Fortenbaugh, W. W., 210n
Dancy, R. M., 123n, 162n Fox, J. F., 133n
Dapunt, I., 161n Fraser, K., 114n
David, M., 130n Frede, D., 87n, 100n, 131n, 162n, 172n, 199n,
Davidson, D., 131n, 133n, 134n 201n, 202n, 209n, 212n, 214n, 215n, 216n,
D´carie, V., 117n, 123n
e 227n, 229n, 230n, 233n, 276n, 281n
De Corte, M., 106n, 107n, 114n Frede, M., 79n, 80n, 97n, 114n, 123n, 133n
Index of names 315
Freese, J. H., 164n Ihrig, A. H., 217n, 219n
Freeland, C., 106n Inciarte, F., 276n
Frege, G., 70n Irwin, T. H., 79n, 80n, 81n, 109n, 131n, 156n,
158n
Gale, R. M., 184n Isnardi Parente, M., 106n
Gallavotti, C., 165n
Galluzzo, G., 52n, 93n, 111n, 114n, 131n, 230n Jacobs, W., 152n, 153n, 162n
Gaskin, R., 50n, 87n, 105n, 196n, 199n, 207n, Jaeger, W. W., 53n, 62n, 63n, 64n, 69n, 101n,
209n, 211n, 212n, 214n, 215n, 226n, 227n, 113n, 114n, 117n, 131n, 234, 234n, 235, 235n, 238
228n, 231n, 276n, 277n Jaulin, A., 48n
Geach, P. T., 123n, 130n, 158n, 174n, 175n, 199n Jeffrey, R. C., 199n, 278n
George the Arab, 202n Joachim, H. H., 55n, 106n, 114n, 131n, 137n, 232n
Geyser, G. J. A. M., 69n, 70n, 83n, 131n Jordan, Z., 219n
Gobbo, E., 140n Judson, L., 206n, 223n, 224n, 228n
Gohlke, P., 53n, 64n, 155n, 164n
Goldin, O., 72n, 100n, 132n, 138n, 162n, 184n, Kahn, C. H., 100n, 114n, 123n, 133n, 162n, 164n,
187n, 189n, 193n 237, 237n
G´ mez-Lobo, A., 100n
o Kal, V., 114n, 117n
Goodwin, W. W., 233n Kapp, E., 84n
Gourinat, J.-B., 143n Keeler, L., 48n, 70n, 83n, 107n, 114n, 131n
Graeser, A., 47n, 52n, 53n, 66n, 79n, 98n, 131n, Kennedy, G. A., 164n
132n, 146n, 196n, 210n, 256n Kenny, A., 109n
Graham, D. W., 122n, 230n, 231n Kessler, M., 68n, 83n, 107n, 117n
Grant, C. K., 199n Ketchum, R. J., 48n
Grayeff, F., 55n, 58n, 107n, 114n, 117n, 123n King-Farlow, J., 266n
Grice, P., 114n, 123n, 159n Kirkham, R. L., 130n, 134n
Grossato, A., 227n Kirwan, C., 47n, 52n, 55n, 57n, 68n, 70n, 83n,
Grote, G., 100n, 107n, 114n, 236n 96n, 97n, 98n, 132n, 133n, 162n, 199n, 200n,
Gudeman, A., 165n 205n, 212n, 228n
Knabenschuh de Porta, S., 131n, 133n, 134n, 266n
Haack, S., 184n, 204n, 217n, 266n, 276n Kneale, M., 72n, 142n, 184n, 244n, 266n
Hadot, P., 196n Kneale, W. C., 72n, 142n, 184n, 244n, 266n
Hafemann, B., 56n, 79n, 88n, 131n, 134n, 247n, Kneepkens, C. H., 221n
276n Knuuttila, S., 199n, 219n
Hallett, G. L., 131n, 137n, 152n Kraus, O., 192n
Halper, E. C., 53n, 64n, 66n, 131n Kreiser, L., 131n, 137n
Hamblin, C. L., 107n Krell, D. F., 104n, 131n, 132n
Hamlyn, D. W., 64n, 71n, 102n, 105n, 107n, 114n Kretzmann, N., 217n, 226n
Harris, L. D., 205n Kullmann, W., 215n, 233n
Hartshorne, C., 278n
Harvey, P. J., 47n, 64n Landman, F., 220n, 271n, 272n
Hayduck, M., 64n, 71n Lang, P., 106n
Heidegger, M., 64n, 66n, 71n, 87n, 98n, 101n, Larkin, M. T., 164n
114n, 132n, 235, 235n, 237, 237n Lask, E., 47n, 50n
Heinaman, R., 73n Leal Carretero, F. M., 132n, 133n
Hennigfeld, J., 50n Ledda, G., 132n, 133n
Herbertz, R., 131n Lemmon, E. J., 199n
Hicks, R. D., 71n, 114n Lenz, J. W., 131n, 276n
Hildebrand, H., 276n Le´ n, J. C., 271n
o
Hintikka, J., 100n, 114n, 123n, 133n, 184n, 199n, Leszl, W., 64n, 98n, 114n, 121n, 122n, 123n, 124n
206n, 211n, 219n, 262n, 266n, 276n Lewinsohn, W., 52n, 114n
Hitchcock, D., 140n Lewis, F. A., 121n, 122n
Hope, R., 47n, 58n Linke, P. F., 57n, 131n, 192n
Horn, H.-J., 71n, 102n Linsky, L., 281n
Humbert, J., 142n, 210n, 233n Liske, M.-T., 61n, 117n, 121n, 184n, 217n
316 Index of names
Lloyd, A. C., 79n Natorp, P., 98n
Long, A. A., 109n Neale, S., 47n, 130n
Loux, M. J., 114n, 123n Negro, G., 63n, 114n, 131n
Lowe, M. F., 214n Nicostratus, 226n
Lucas, J. R., 185n, 271n Nuchelmans, G., 56n, 72n, 87n, 88n, 105n, 185,
Lugarini, L., 52n 185n, 196n
Lukasiewicz, J., 52n, 131n, 172n, 199n, 227n, 266n
Luther, W., 64n, 66n, 87n, 114n, 131n, 132n, 137n O™Brien, D., 73n
Ockham, William of, 143n, 155n, 166n, 172n,
Magris, A., 230n, 231n 204n, 269n
Maier, H., 58n, 65n, 70n, 71n, 83n, 96n, 98n, Oehler, K., 50n, 51n, 56n, 58n, 59n, 64n, 71n,
100n, 101n, 102n, 106n, 107n, 114n, 117n, 131n, 80n, 96n, 102n, 107n, 111n, 114n, 117n, 120n,
184n, 230n, 242n 121n, 131n, 133n, 136n, 162n, 184n, 234n
Mann, J. A., 176n Owen, G. E. L., 96n, 97n, 100n, 114n, 122n,
Mansion, A., 230n 123n, 125n, 195n, 244n
Mansion, S., 96n, 116n, 131n Owen, O. F., 141n
Margoliouth, D. S., 165n Owens, J., 96n, 98n, 114n, 117n, 235n
Marrone, L., 143n, 145n, 146n, 147n
Marx, W., 114n, 117n, 131n Pacius, J., 74n, 82n, 84n, 86n, 87n, 89n, 102n,
Mates, B., 226n 107n, 114n, 148n, 155n, 166n, 180n, 201n,
Matthen, M., 48n, 52n, 55n, 84n, 89n 202n, 205n, 228n, 241, 241n
Matthews, G. B., 123n, 124n Pagliaro, A., 82n, 165n
Maurus, S., 52n, 71n, 107n, 115, 115n, 141n, 143n, Pardey, U., 154n, 162n, 184n, 247n
155n, 164n, 166n Patterson, R., 97n, 255n
Mayo, B., 162n Patzig, G., 114n, 123n, 131n, 172n, 255n, 266n,
McArthur, R. P., 271n 276n
McCall, S., 271n, 276n, 277n, 278n Percival, P., 186n
McGee, V., 151n Peter de Rivo, 87n, 199n, 277n, 278n
McKim, V. R., 131n, 199n Pirotta, A. M., 71n, 107n, 131n
McKirahan, R. D., Jr., 100n Plato, 68, 88n, 138, 172, 189n
Meinong, A., 159n Popper, K. R., 131n
Merlan, P., 117n Porphyry, 156n, 239
Michelis, D. F., 87n Pozzi, L., 263n
Mignucci, M., 52n, 70n, 100n, 114n, 116n, 117n, Prantl, C., 236n
119n, 133n, 147n, 162n, 184n, 186n, 188n, 190n, Prior, A. N., 100n, 130n, 133n, 184n, 199n, 213n,
196n, 199n, 201n, 219n, 226n, 227n, 255n, 228n, 266n, 271n, 273n, 276n
256n, 265, 265n, 271n, 277n Pritzl, K., 63n, 64n, 69n, 114n, 117n, 130n, 131n,
Miller, F. D., 70n, 72n, 75n, 83n, 93n, 100n, 235n, 237n
154n, 184n, 185n, 191n, 255n, 256n, 264n Protagoras, 138
Minio-Paluello, L., 74n, 89n, 155n, 193n, 201n,
202n, 205n, 207n, 228n, 239 Quine, W. V., 72n, 266n
Modrak, D. K. W., 47n, 57n, 63n, 64n, 79n,
108n, 110n, 114n, 131n, 134n, 138n, 175n, 196n Ranulf, S., 143n
Moline, J., 143n, 151n Reale, G., 64n, 66n, 96n, 98n, 114n, 117n, 131n
Montanari, E., 64n, 74n, 221n, 230n Rees, D. A., 176n
Montoneri, M., 143n, 146n, 147n R´gis, L.-M., 63n, 187n
e
Moore, G. E., 130n Remes, U., 219n, 221n
Moreau, J., 110n, 131n Rescher, N., 214n, 228n, 271n
Morgenstern, A., 165n Ringbom, M., 83n, 130n
Morpurgo-Tagliabue, G., 88n, 131n, 164n, 247n Riondato, E., 155n, 156n, 230n, 242n, 247n
Morrison, D., 80n, 97n, 192n Rodier, G., 71n, 102n
Movia, G., 71n, 107n, 110n Roeper, G., 102n
Muckle, J. T., 137n Rolfes, E., 51n, 58n, 117n
Mugler, C., 232n Rose, L. E., 244n, 248n
Mulder, D. H., 161n Rosen, S. H., 106n
Index of names 317
Ross, W. D., 52n, 53n, 58n, 62n, 63n, 64n, 70n, Srzednicki, J., 131n, 133n, 136n, 152n
71n, 72n, 79n, 83n, 96n, 98n, 100n, 101n, Steinthal, H., 83n, 131n, 155n, 164n
102n, 106n, 107n, 112n, 114n, 116n, 117n, 122n, Stenzel, J., 114n
123n, 131n, 142n, 161n, 213n, 234, 234n, 235n, Stephanus, 87n
236n, 238, 244n, 252n, 255n Stough, C. L., 97n
Rostagni, A., 165n Strache, I., 142n
Russell, B., 130n, 176 Strang, C., 206n, 212n, 266n
Russo, A., 236n Strawson, P. F., 72n
R¨ stow, A., 143n, 144n, 145n, 146n, 147n
u Strobach, N., 212n, 271n
Suarez, F., 107n, 117n
Sadun Bordoni, G., 47n, 83n, 104n Sugihara, T., 266n
Sainati, V., 131n, 156n, 172n, 199n, 230n, 231n, Sullivan, M., 72n, 73n
244n, 264n Szaif, J., 52n, 55n, 114n, 131n, 132n, 136n
Salmeri, G., 236n
Sandys, J. E., 164n Talanga, J., 215n
Saunders, J. T., 131n, 184n, 199n Tarski, A., 130n, 131n, 277n
Sayward, C., 276n Taylor, K., 131n, 220n, 277n
Scarpat, G., 70n, 131n Taylor, R., 199n
Schiaparelli, A., 166n, 213n Textor, A., 86n, 87n, 164n, 166n
Schmidt, E. G., 72n, 186n Theiler, W., 102n
Schmitz, H., 47n, 52n, 65n Themistius, 256n
Scholz, H., 184n Theophrastus, 146, 147, 210n, 256
Schuhl, P. M., 230n Thom, P., 100n, 159n, 162n, 244n, 257n
Schulz, G., 137n Thomason, R. H., 199n, 271n, 273n, 276n
Schwegler, A., 62n, 64n, 98n, 101n, 117n, 234, 238 Thompson, M., 162n
Scott, T. K., 72n, 95n Thornton, A. M., 164n
Sedley, D., 82n Thorp, J., 48n, 52n, 66n
Seel, G., 72n, 131n, 184n, 199n, 211n, 212n, 217n, Torstrik, A., 71n, 88n, 102n, 112n, 114n
233n, 276n Tredennick, H., 53n, 58n, 62n, 101n, 131n, 234,
Seeskin, K. R., 199n, 276n 238, 252n
Segalerba, G., 83n Trendelenburg, F. A., 71n, 79n, 83n, 88n, 102n,
Seidl, H., 57n, 58n, 64n, 66n, 83n, 107n, 114n, 131n, 138n, 152n, 241n, 255n
117n, 119n, 236n Trenkner, S., 164n
Sepich, J. R., 52n Tricot, J., 51n, 64n, 107n, 236n
Sharples, R. W., 200n Trundle, R., 60n
Shields, C., 123n, 193n Tugendhat, E., 52n, 55n, 63n, 65n, 69n, 114n,
Sillitti, G., 64n, 97n, 104n 133n, 235n
Simons, P., 47n, 50n, 131n, 132n, 133n, 134n, 136n,
172n, 191n Ueberweg, F., 131n
Simplicius, 187n Upton, T. V., 79n, 100n, 123n
Simpson, P., 153n
Siwek, P., 72n Vahlen, I., 102n, 165n
Skarica, M., 226n van Bennekom, R., 100n, 124n, 162n, 164n,
Slomkowski, P., 164n, 172n, 263n 165n, 166n, 167n
Smith, R., 61n, 84n, 97n, 114n van Eck, J. A., 184n, 199n, 204n, 212n, 214n,
Sommers, F., 130n, 133n 215n, 216n
Sophonias, 142n van Fraassen, B. C., 276n
Sorabji, R., 64n, 109n, 111n, 115, 115n, 117n, 199n, van Raalte, M., 106n
204n, 219n, 223n, 227n, 230n, 231n, 281n van Rijen, J., 206n, 212n
Soreth, M., 161n, 244n Vasiliou, I., 109n, 110n
Spade, P. V., 72n, 143n Verbeke, G., 71n
Spellman, L., 199n, 228n Viano, C. A., 79n, 98n, 131n, 247n
Spiazzi, R. M., 59n, 63n, 64n, 66n, 69n, 82n, Vigo, A. G., 57n, 61n, 64n, 69n, 71n, 82n, 88n,
87n, 88n, 96n, 98n, 107n, 117n, 131n, 155n, 89n, 96n, 98n, 107n, 111n, 114n, 119n, 131n,
166n 132n, 134n
318 Index of names
Volkmann-Schluck, K.-H., 59n, 64n, 107n, 114n, Whitaker, C. W. A., 47n, 52n, 55n, 75n, 82n, 83n,
117n, 131n, 237n 88n, 100n, 106n, 114n, 123n, 156n, 158n, 166n,
Vollrath, G. E., 65n, 71n, 88n, 230n 170n, 174n, 196n, 242n, 245n, 246n, 247n,
von Fragstein, A., 101n, 107n, 114n, 117n, 166n, 249n
234n White, A. R., 72n, 73n
von Fritz, K., 199n, 212n, 230n, 247n White, M. J., 131n, 184n, 199n, 209n, 212n, 271n,
von Iv´nka, E., 104n, 123n
a 276n, 278n
von Kirchmann, J. H., 143n, 164n, 172n, Wieland, W., 66n, 75n, 201n
201n Wildberg, C., 231n
von Kutschera, F., 184n, 199n, 228n, 230n, William of Moerbeke, 58n, 63n, 101n, 142n, 234,
266n 238
von Wright, G. H., 199n, 211n, 212n, 271n, Williams, C. J. F., 123n, 133n, 187n, 196n, 199n,
276n, 277n, 278n 204n, 233n
Vuillemin, J., 207n, 276n Williams, D. C., 204n, 266n
Williams, K. J., 131n, 134n, 185n
Wagner, H., 97n, 159n Williamson, T., 276n, 277n
Waitz, T., 73n, 74n, 82n, 88n, 89n, 107n, 155n, Wilpert, P., 47n, 59n, 64n, 70n, 71n, 98n, 103n,
180n, 201n, 202n, 205n, 210n, 228n, 239, 239n, 114n, 117n, 138n, 235n
240n, 244n, 252n, 255n Wlodarczyk, M., 63n
Wallace, E., 71n, 114n Wolenski, J., 131n, 132n, 133n, 134n, 136n
Wallies, M., 142n, 213n Wolf, U., 52n, 53n, 55n, 59n, 117n, 276n
Wardy, R., 192n Wolff, F., 47n, 52n, 115n, 131n, 132n, 134n
Warrington, J., 58n
Waterlow, S., 72n, 185n, 186n, 199n, 211n, Xenakis, J., 86n, 133n
212n
Wedin, M. V., 115n, 116n, 153n, 161n, 162n, 190n Yourgrau, P., 271n
Weidemann, H., 47n, 74n, 82n, 83n, 84n, 86n,
89n, 100n, 155n, 156n, 162n, 164n, 166n, 167n, Zadro, A., 74n, 89n, 155n, 164n, 165n, 201n,
170n, 171n, 172n, 174n, 175n, 196n, 199n, 202n, 205n, 207n, 239, 244n
201n, 202n, 203n, 204n, 205n, 206n, 208n, Zagzebski, L. T., 199n
209n, 210n, 211n, 212n, 214n, 215n, 217n, 219n, Zanatta, M., 83n, 85n, 142n, 155n, 156n, 166n,
226n, 227n, 230n, 231n, 239n, 241, 241n, 243n, 167n, 170n, 230n, 242n
247n, 251n, 271n, 273n, 276n, 277n, 281n Zaslawsky, D., 100n, 143n, 213n
Weingartner, P., 133n, 137n Zell, C., 141n
Weise, C. H., 74n, 89n, 155n, 201n, 202n, 205n, Zeller, E., 97n
228n, 232n, 234, 238, 241, 252n Zimmermann, F. W., 172n
Wheeler, M., 88n, 156n, 174n Zucchi, A., 199n
Index of subjects




ambiguity, 155“7, 178“9 combination and division, 4“5, 12“13, 15, 92“5,
anti-realism, see realism and anti-realism 136“7, 254“7, 261“2
asserting-about and asserting-away-from, 87“9, see also fallacy of division
154“5 composite and non-composite objects, 3“6,
assertions, 7“8, 86“9, 134“5 48“9, 105
af¬rmative and negative, 8, 10, 11“12 see also non-composite substances
are utterances, 72“5 concepts, 85“6
existential, see existentials conjunctions, 164“6
indeterminate and quanti¬ed, 11, 12, 26, 90“2, contradictories, see Law of Contradictories
157“8 contraries, see Law of Contraries
predicative, 10, 12 copula, 10“11
simple and composite, 8, 170“6 corporeal and incorporeal substances, 6, 20,
single and multiple, 163“80 105
singular and general, 11, 89“90, 92 correspondence theory of truth, 129“38
temporally determinate and temporally criterion of truth, 9
indeterminate, 218“21
universal and particular, 11 de¬nition of truth, 9, 56“7, 132“5, 260“2
assertoric sentences, see assertions de¬nitions, 110“12, 115“16
Determinism, 34, 198, 200, 204“5, 211“12
bearers of truth or falsehood, 3 deterministic arguments, 201“5, 228
objects, 3“22 diachronic modalities, 199, 208“9, 216
perceptions, 3 division, see combination and division
sentences, 3, 7“8, 72“5, 86“7 domain of quanti¬cation, 264“5
statements, 72n
thoughts, 3, 8, 62 ˜empty™ and ˜non-empty™ terms, 25“6, 152“3,
˜being™ said in many senses, 62, 193“4 158“63
see also uses of ˜to be™ enunciation, 112
beliefs, 8, 46, 54“6 Epicureans, 226n, 266n
af¬rmative and negative, 8, 11“12 ˜equimodality™, 214“15
existential, see existentials essences, 6, 105
indeterminate and quanti¬ed, 11, 12 Excluded Middle, 36, 37“8, 132, 134, 203, 212“13,
predicative, 10“11, 12 229, 266, 280“3
simple and composite, 8 existence, 159
singular and general, 11, 13“14 existentials, 18“20, 99“125
universal and particular, 11, 13 concerning composite items, 99“100
Bivalence, 31, 37, 86“7, 198, 202, 228“33, 266 concerning material substances, 121“5
and Determinism, 198“9 concerning simple items, 99
distinguished from predications, 100“21
categories, 16“18, 114
˜coincident™ predicative assertions, 26, facts, 47“8, 130
160 fallacy of division, 213“14

319
320 Index of subjects
˜goatstag™, 84 realism and anti-realism, 226“33
refutations, 140
ignorance, 106 see also sophistical refutations
immaterial substances, see material and relational properties, 30“1, 189“91
immaterial substances relatives, 188“94
incidental error, 106“12
incorporeal substances, see corporeal and sentences, see bearers of truth or falsehood
incorporeal substances separating, see joining and separating
ineluctability, see necessity, as ineluctability signi¬cation, 2“3
isomorphism between assertions and reality, simple objects, see composite and non-composite
23“4, 131“7 objects
sophistical refutations, 140“1
joining and separating, 67“71, 82“6, 87“9, dependent on the absolute or quali¬ed use of
154“5 expressions, 141
speaking-truly and speaking-falsely, 31“2, 139
knowledge and truth, 138 Square of Opposition, 26“7, 160“1, 175“6, 262“3
see also Law of Contradictories, Law of
Law of Contradictories, 26, 161, 263 Contraries, Law of Subalternation, and
Law of Contraries, 26, 161, 263 Law of Subcontraries
Law of Subalternation, 263 states of affairs, 3“5, 12, 45“62, 130“1, 172, 195“7,
Law of Subcontraries, 263 215
Liar, 31“4, 139“51 statistical modalities, 20“1, 208“9
Aristotle™s solution, 32“3, 140 Stoics, 95n, 172, 221n, 226n
Strengthened Liar, 151 Strengthened Liar, see Liar
version addressed by Aristotle, 31“2 subject, 10“11

material and immaterial substances, 5, thoughts, see bearers of truth or falsehood
121“3 time, see tree of time
Megarians, 95n, 230 touch, 106, 111
middle-Platonists, 226n tree of time, 270“1
˜minimalist™ theories of truth, 194 truth conditions, 12“20, 93“5
modal attributes, 20“1, 34, 60“1, 199, truth
208“9, 248 and ˜mere Cambridge change™, 30“1, 183,
186“9, 194“5
necessitas consequentiae, 218 and relatives, 183, 188“94
necessitas consequentis, 217, 222 and time, 28“31, 38, 57“60, 183“6
necessity, 21, 34 of singular predications, existence, and time,
as ineluctability, 34, 198, 199, 200, 211 27“8, 161“2
of the present and the past, 34“5, 198, truth-value gaps, 275“9
199“200, 211“12
non-composite substances, 116“21 universals, 1“2, 77, 78“81, 177
see also composite and non-composite and being, 113“14
objects dependent on individuals, 2, 80, 157, 177
non-propositional truth, 114“15 everlasting, 2, 80“1, 157
realism, 1“2
objects, see bearers of truth or falsehood uses of ˜to be™, 132“3
utterances, 28, 72
perceptions of special objects, 107“10
Peripatetics, 147, 172, 226n ˜vacuous™ and ˜non-vacuous™ terms, 152“8
predicate, 10“11 vagueness, 151
predicative expression, 10“11
propositional attitudes, 21“2 ˜when and only when™, 2n
Index of passages




ALEXANDER OF 36, 25“9: 210n
124, 18“21: 256n
APHRODISIAS
132, 24“32: 256n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s 141, 1“6: 210n
156, 26“157, 2: 210n
me taphys ics
220, 12“16: 256n
80, 7“81, 22: 71n
80, 16“17: 161n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s
80, 19“81, 2: 161n
top ics
89, 2“6: 138n
98, 19“20: 80n
188, 19“28: 139n
339, 18“20: 132n
431, 15“432, 4: 47n
d e fat o
456, 31: 62n
457, 20“1: 62n
10 177, 7“9: 221n
457, 22: 62n
457, 25“6: 62n
457, 27: 62n PSEUDO-ALEXANDER OF
457, 36“458, 1: 63n, 64n
APHRODISIAS (PROBABLY
457, 38“9: 62n
MICHAEL OF EPHESUS)
458, 4“5: 62n
458, 7“9: 96n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s
458, 8“9: 63n
s oph is tic i el enc hi
458, 10“15: 64n
458, 18“19: 98n
170, 28“171, 9: 142n
598, 1“2: 234
171, 5“6: 142n
598, 10“41: 59n
598, 23“7: 59n
AMMONIUS
599, 27: 101n
600, 16“17: 107n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s
600, 25“7: 117n, 120n
categ or ies
600, 34: 101n

53, 22“4: 72n, 186n
60, 10“12: 72n
c o m m e n ta ry o n t h e ¬ r s t
b o o k o f a r i s t o t l e ™s pr ior
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s
analy tic s
d e int erp re tat io ne
25, 2“9: 255n
31, 4“10: 256n 17, 29“30: 45
34, 13“15: 256n 20, 32“21, 16: 131n

321
322 Index of passages
ANONYMOUS
26, 12“22: 83n
26, 23“27, 8: 82n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s
27, 27“28, 1: 64n
d e int er pre tat io ne
27, 28“33: 114n
28, 29“31: 83n
16, 20“17, 3: 86n
29, 12“17: 221n
17, 3“5: 87n
29, 18“26: 83n
18, 7“19: 172n
29, 23“6: 83n
51, 3“13: 155n
64, 29“30: 86n
66, 10“19: 87n
66, 31“67, 19: 163n, 164n, 172n
ANONYMOUS (PROBABLY
72, 15“22: 166n
SO P H O N I A S )
73, 19“74, 14: 172n
100, 21“2: 244n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s
108, 29“30: 256n
so phis t ici el ench i
109, 24“5: 239
110, 23“6: 244n
58, 31“6: 148n, 149n
111, 10“17: 244n
58, 36: 142n
126, 11“14: 155n
128, 30“129, 35: 201n
ANONYMOUS
138, 28“34: 201n
140, 4“10: 202n
dissoi logoi
148, 6“11: 201n
185, 14“18: 256n 4.2: 138n
201, 24“6: 177n
ARISTOTLE
c at e g o r i e s
c o m m e n ta ry o n t h e f i r s t
1a 24“5: 80n
2
b o o k o f a r i s t o t l e ™s pr ior 1b 6“9: 80n
analy tics 4 1
1b 25“7: 220
4, 12“14: 256n
2a 4“10: 82n
23, 2“4: 82n
2a 7“10: 228
2a 8: 228n
5 1, 192
2a 14“19: 72n
PSEUDO-AMMONIUS 2b 29“30: 72n
3b 21“2: 89n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s 4a 10“21: 188, 192
pr i or analy tic s 4a 21“4b 19: 73
4a 21“8: 188, 192
37, 2“4: 210n 4a 22: 73n
44, 1“4: 256n 4a 23“8: 184n, 186, 196
58, 19“23: 256n 4a 23“6: 45n, 184n
60, 21“2: 256n 4a 26“8: 45n
4a 28“4b 18: 188
4a 28“4b 5: 192
4a 34“4b 2: 56n, 184n, 186
4a 35“6: 196n
ANONYMOUS
4a 37“4b 1: 196n
c o m m e n ta ry o n a r i s t o t l e ™s 4b 2“4: 196n
4b 4“13: 184n, 186n
catego ries
4b 5“18: 192
4b 5“14: 193
18, 33“5: 72n, 186n
Index of passages 323
4b 6“13: 56n 1 77, 85, 88n
4b 8“10: 45n, 56, 184n 16a 3“4: 88n
4b 8“9: 196n 16a 6“7: 88n
4b 10“11: 193 16a 7: 88n
4b 11: 73n 16a 8“9: 231n
4b 12“13: 193n 16a 8: 223n
4b 12: 193 16a 9“18: 45n, 67n, 82,
6 73 92
4b 23: 73n 16a 10: 82
4b 32“7: 73n 16a 12“13: 85
4b 32: 73n 16a 13: 83
5a 33“6: 73 16a 14: 82, 83
5a 38“5b 10: 107n 16a 15: 84
16a 16“18: 82n, 113
7 123n
6a 36“7: 188 16a 16“17: 163, 175n
6a 38“6b 3: 188n 16a 17“18: 84, 221
6a 38“9: 188 16a 19: 86n
2
6b 15“16: 188n 16a 27“9: 86n
8a 32: 123n 16a 30“3: 161n
8a 34“5: 123n 16b 6“8: 74
3
8a 39: 123n 16b 7: 74n
11a 27“8: 188 16b 8“18: 74n
8
11a 28“9: 191n 16b 12“15: 71n, 161n
11a 29“31: 189 16b 16“18: 229, 269
11a 35“6: 191n 16b 19“22: 74
11a 36: 191n 16b 21“5: 196n
11a 37“8: 114n 16b 23: 196n
16b 26“30: 112n
10 1 4
11b 15“16: 114n 16b 26“8: 82n
11b 24“31: 188n 16b 26“7: 74
12b 5“16: 45n 16b 26: 74n, 86n, 158
12b 6“15: 50n 16b 27: 102n
13a 37“13b 3: 229 16b 28“30: 84n
13a 37“13b 1: 50n 17a 1“5: 45n, 86
13b 10“11: 82n 17a 1“2: 74n
13b 12“33: 161 17a 2“3: 74, 86
13b 27“35: 229 17a 5“6: 231n
14a 7“10: 80n 17a 8“26: 164
11 5“6
14a 10“14: 45n 5 89, 173, 176
17a 8“9: 50n, 86, 135n, 168, 169,
12 1
14a 29“35: 96n 170
14b 11“22: 45n, 56n, 104 a 9: 164
17
14b 11“13: 104 17a 10: 230n
14b 14“22: 45n 17a 11“12: 84n, 86n
14b 14“18: 104 17a 14“15: 231n
14b 15: 104 17a 15“17: 166, 169
14b 18“19: 105 17a 15“16: 135n, 168
14b 19“21: 104 17a 15: 166n
14b 19“20: 105 17a 16: 164, 166n
14b 21“2: 105 17a 17“20: 82n
17a 17“19: 112n
17a 17: 102n, 166n, 179
17a 20“2: 171
d e i n t e r p r e tat i o n e 17a 20“1: 86n, 170n
17a 21: 170
1“9 1
17a 22“3: 170n, 251
1“6 231n
324 Index of passages
18a 2“7: 95
6 173
17a 25“37: 92n 18a 6“7: 92n
17a 25“6: 86 18a 8“9: 246
17a 26“31: 230 18a 10“11: 174n
17a 26“30: 133n, 250 8 153, 156n, 155“8, 160, 173, 174, 176,
17a 26“9: 132n 227
17a 31“3: 229 a 13“27: 163n
18
17a 32“3: 230 18a 13“14: 70n, 155
17a 34“5: 70n 18a 14“17: 95
18a 18“27: 155
7 77, 89, 95, 227
17a 38“17b 12: 89 18a 18“19: 155n
17a 38“17b 1: 79, 90 18a 18: 155, 156, 160, 173
17a 38“9: 196n 18a 19“20: 155, 156, 160, 173
17a 38: 89n, 250n 18a 20“6: 155
17a 39: 250n 18a 20“1: 155n
17b 1“12: 90, 157n 18a 20: 160, 173
17b 1: 250n 18a 23: 155n, 173
17b 2“3: 250 18a 24: 173
17b 2: 250n 18a 25“6: 157, 160, 173
17b 3“4: 90n 18a 25: 155, 174
17b 3: 89n, 250n 18a 26“7: 174
17b 4: 89n, 250n 9 34, 151, 184, 198, 199, 200, 208,
17b 5“6: 90n, 250n 209, 209n, 216, 225, 226, 227,
17b 5: 250n 227n, 228, 230, 230n, 231, 231n,
17b 7“8: 244n 233, 266, 266n, 269, 280
17b 7: 90n, 250n 18a 28“33: 198, 200, 227, 249n,
17b 8“10: 243 263n
17b 9: 90n, 250n 18a 28: 202n
17b 10: 250n 18a 29“33: 174n
17b 11“12: 90n 18a 29“30: 202n
17b 11: 89n, 92n, 250n 18a 31“2: 202n
17b 12: 250n 18a 31: 202n
17b 13: 250n 18a 33: 202n
17b 15: 250n 18a 34“18b 25: 198, 201
17b 16“20: 91, 239 18a 34“18b 9: 201, 202
17b 16“18: 91n, 239, 240, 240n, 241, 242, 18a 34“18b 4: 202
18a 35“7: 75n, 203
250, 251, 252, 253
17b 16“17: 240 18a 35: 201n
17b 16: 250 18a 36“7: 202n
17b 17“18: 239, 240, 240n, 241 18a 37“8: 202
17b 17: 239, 240n 18a 38“9: 203
17b 18“20: 95, 241, 242, 247 18a 38: 202n
17b 18: 239, 240 18a 39“18b 3: 133n
17b 20“4: 263n 18a 39“18b 1: 202
17b 24“6: 263n 18a 39: 202n
17b 26“37: 249n 18b 1“2: 202, 203
17b 26“9: 200 18b 3: 203
17b 26“7: 263n 18b 4“5: 202n
17b 29“37: 174n, 200n 18b 4: 203
17b 34“7: 244n 18b 5“9: 202, 203, 206
17b 38“18a 7: 92 18b 7“8: 75n, 203
17b 38“18a 4: 86n 18b 8“9: 208n
17b 38“9: 246n 18b 9“16: 201, 204
18a 1: 92n 18b 9“11: 224n
Index of passages 325
18b 13“14: 205 19b 5“18: 161n
10
18b 16“25: 201, 205 19b 13“14: 230n
18b 21: 205n, 207 19b 14“31: 100n
18b 22: 205n 19b 19“36: 161n
18b 24“5: 207n 19b 24“6: 84n
18b 26“19a 22: 198, 207, 208, 19b 29“30: 84n
19b 31: 231n
212
18b 26: 207n 19b 32: 90n
18b 27“9: 249n 20a 3“14: 249n
18b 27“8: 202n 20a 9“10: 90n
18b 30: 207n 20a 12“14: 90n
18b 31: 207n 20a 13“14: 89n
18b 33“19a 6: 204n 20a 15“19: 152n
18b 38“9: 56n 20a 16“20: 263n
18b 38: 207n 20a 16“18: 263n
19a 3: 207n 20a 16“17: 252n
19a 4“6: 224n 20a 31“40: 161n
19a 4: 75n 20a 31“6: 229, 231
19a 7“22: 63n 20a 33“6: 229
19a 7: 208n 20a 35“6: 84n
19a 9“10: 208n 20a 36: 75n
19a 10“11: 210n 20b 3“4: 246n
19a 15“16: 45n 11 176
19a 18“22: 208n 20b 13“26: 177
19a 18“19: 210n 20b 13“22: 163n
19a 18: 208n 20b 13“19: 156
19a 20“2: 224 20b 13: 70n
19a 22: 132n 20b 15“19: 157n
19a 23“19b 4: 198, 209, 210 20b 17“19: 163n
19a 23“7: 210 20b 22“6: 178
19a 23“4: 211 20b 25“6: 179
19a 24“5: 211 20b 25: 177n
19a 25“7: 211 20b 26: 178, 180n, 231n
19a 26: 211 20b 35“6: 281n
19a 27“32: 203, 210, 212 20b 37“8: 189n
19a 27“8: 210n, 214, 214n 21a 18“33: 100n
19a 28“32: 281 21a 25“8: 161
19a 28: 210n 21a 32“3: 162n
19a 29: 213, 213n 12“13 248
19a 30“1: 216n 21b 17: 189n
12
19a 31“2: 210n 21b 19“20: 70n
19a 32“19b 4: 210 21b 19: 102n
19a 33: 45n, 56, 138n, 215, 215n 21b 21“2: 84n
19a 34: 210n, 225 21b 26“33: 84n
19a 35“9: 208n 21b 27“8: 196n
19a 35“6: 202n 22b 2: 189n
13
19a 36“19b 4: 216 22b 23“4: 189n
19a 36: 210n, 216n, 223n, 225 22b 32“3: 189n
19a 37“8: 223n 23a 21“6: 231
19a 37: 216n 23a 33“4: 187n
14
19a 38: 216n, 223n 23a 38: 45n
19a 39“19b 4: 227 23a 40“23b 1: 133n
19a 39: 210n, 223n 23b 4“6: 133n
19b 3“4: 202n 23b 7“13: 133n
326 Index of passages
23b 7“8: 133n 33a 37“8: 244n
1.14
23b 33“24a 3: 133n 33a 37: 91n
24b 1“6: 239n 33a 39“40: 257n
24b 1“2: 55n 34b 7“18: 262n
1.15
24b 5: 239n 35b 3“4: 252n
24b 6“7: 263n 35b 14“15: 244n
24b 8: 75n 35b 15: 91n
36b 12“13: 244n
1.16
36b 12: 91n
p r i o r a n a ly t i c s
37b 13“16: 244n
1.17
38a 10“11: 91n, 244n
1.18
24a 13“14: 254
1.1
38b 35“7: 244n
1.19
24a 14“15: 249n
38b 36: 91n
24a 16“22: 91n
39b 2“3: 244n
1.20
24a 16“17: 70n
39b 2: 91n
24a 17: 244n, 256n
40a 1“2: 244n
1.21
24a 19“22: 244n
40a 1: 91n
24a 29: 70n
40b 23“5: 255n
1.23
24b 16“18: 84n
41b 6: 254n
1.24
24b 22“4: 249n
41b 22“3: 254n
24b 26“7: 255n
43a 25“32: 79n
1.27
24b 28“30: 249
43a 29“30: 114n
25a 5: 91n, 244n
1.2
43a 32“6: 80n
25a 7“12: 263n
43a 33“6: 108n
25a 10: 256n
43a 36“7: 114n

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