Notes to Peter of Spain

1. Peter of Spain, Tractatus, edited by L.M. de Rijk, 1972.

2. D'Ors 1997; 2001; 2003.

3. Tugwell 1999; 2006.

4. Peter of Spain, Syncategoreumata, edited by L.M. de Rijk with an English translation by Joke Spruyt, 1992.

5. See Kneepkens 1987.

6. For details about these works and the manuscripts see L.M. de Rijk (ed.), Peter of Spain. Tractatus, pp. LXXff., and de Rijk 1968, pp. 23–34.

7. See L. M. de Rijk (ed.), Peter of Spain. Tractatus, pp. LXXXIV-LXXXVIII.

8. See Braakhuis 1979, Vol. I, p. 248.

9. See de Libera 1982, pp. 176–177.

10. For this distinction, see Nuchelmans 1988.

11. See de Rijk 1962–67, Vol. II, Part I, pp. 113–117.

12. De Rijk 1982, pp. 167–168.

13. De Rijk 1971. See also de Rijk 1985, pp. 183–203.

14. Kneale & Kneale 1978, pp. 268–269.

15. For a comparison between Peter's views and his contemporaries', see Spruyt 1994.

16. See Spruyt 1993, pp. 161–193.

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