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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the analysis of rise and development of supposition theory. The medieval theory of supposition is part of the theory of the semantic properties of terms. The most prominent of these properties are suppositio, ampliatio, appellatio and copulatio. The theory of the properties of terms is one of the important innovations of medieval semantics. It emerged in the twelfth century and developed well into the fourteenth century.

Keywords: ampliatio; appellatio; copulatio; suppositio; supposition theory

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