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Changes In The Art During The Quaternary Phase, And The Transition To The Ternary Phase

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This chapter is divided into two main sections, the first dedicated to the cycle of the Ars compendiosa inveniendi veritatem (ACIV) and its differences with the Art demostrativa (Ars demonstrativa) (AD), the second to developments within the cycle of the AD along with the changes that would lead to the ternary phase. It briefs the two opening works of the ternary phase which are still transitional to its final form as a general Art. With the first work of the Art, the ACIV, Ramon Llull's Art burst onto the philosophical and literary world of his time with what could only be described as explosive force. The chapter points out a minor but general difference between the figures of the two stages of the quaternary Art.

Keywords: Ars compendiosa inveniendi veritatem (ACIV); Art demostrativa (AD); quaternary Art; Ramon Llull; ternary phase



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