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Comparison: Bosniac logicians and logicians of western Europe

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The contents of the majority of books on logic in medieval period followed the standard structure of Aristotle?s Organon, and they took over the elements and the order taught in schools around Europe. In comparison between the writings of Bosniac authors in the field of logic, and the writings of the same character originating from Western Europe, this chapter focuses on the elements that could be identical but also different in the context of their relation towards Aristotle?s Organon. European logic started its historical movements as a developed philosophical discipline, with Aristotle in Ancient Greece, through its ?Arabic period? and European logic, to modern contemporary logic. The chapter discloses some of the issues that attracted attention in the later development of logic in the West and played an important role in establishing developed logic of judgments and mathematical logic (logistics).

Keywords: Aristotle; Bosniac authors; field of logic; medieval period; Organon; Western Europe



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