A Marie Curie fellowship to investigate the Oxford Calculators’ logic

Outstanding news! My project "Imaginable impossibilities and thought experiments. The tradition of the Oxford Calculators and its influence on early modern logic and natural philosophy" has been awarded a Marie Skłodowska Curie global fellowship. The project will be managed by the University of Parma, under the supervision of Fabrizio Amerini, and in collaboration with the... Continue Reading →

Imaginable Impossibilities and Thought Experiments.

(versione italiana sotto) The project aims to investigate the tradition of the Oxford Calculators and the influence their works had on early-modern logic and natural philosophy in Europe. The Oxford Calculators were a group of scholars active at Oxford between 1325 and 1350. Among the most notable Calculators were T. Bradwardine, W. Heytesbury, and R.... Continue Reading →

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