Buridanus, Johannes. Expositio in Artem Veterem.
Unpublished manuscript: Biblioteca de la Catedral de Tortosa (España) cod. 108 ff. 26r-74v.
———. Quaestiones in Artem Veterem (De Tertia Lectura; Ordinatio).
This work is now available in critical edition (in three separated editions: see below).
Buridani, Johannis. Quaestione Breves in Artes Veterem.
Unpublished manuscripts available at the Libraries of Cracow, Leipzig, and Città del Vaticano (two manuscrpits).
Buridan, Jan. 1986. "Komentarz Do Isagogi Porfiriusza [Quaestiones in Isagogen Porphyrii]." Przeglad Tomistyczny no. 2:111-195.
Quaestiones Super Artes Veterem I.
Critical edition of the Latin text with an introduction in Polish by Ryszard Tatarzynski.
Buridanus, Johannes. 1983. Quaestiones in Praedicamenta. München: Verlag der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.
Quaestiones Super Artes Veterem II.
Edited by Johannes Schneider.
———. 1983. Quaestiones Longe Super Librum Perihermeneias. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.
Quaestiones Super Artes Veterem III.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 4.
Edited with an introduction by Ria van der Lecq.
Buridan, John. 1976. "Quaestio 3 Perihemeneias." In The Logic of John Buridan, edited by Jan, Pinborg, 89-90. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.
Buridani, Johannis. Expositio in Duos Libros Analyticorum Priorum Aristotelis.
Unpublished manuscript of 1356: Praha, Knihovna Metropolitní Kapituly, cod. L.34, ff. 107r -136v.
———. Quaestiones in Duos Libros Aristotelis Analyticorum Priorum.
Unpublished work available in manuscript at the Libraries of: Cracow, Leipzig, Liège, Münich, Prague, Vienne.
Unpublished transcription by Hubert Hubien available at Peter King's Website.
Buridanus, Johannes. 1991. "Quaestiones Super Libris Analyticorum Priorum, Quaestio Xx: Utrum Per Inductionem Probatur Propositio Immediata." In Historia
Philosophiae Medii Aevi. Vol. I, edited by Burkhard, Mojsisch and Olaf, Pluta, 100-103. Amsterdam: B. R. Grüner.
Edited by Egbert P. Bos in Appendix (Anhang) to his essay: Pseudo-Johannes Duns Scotus über Induktion pp. 71-99.
Buridani, Johannis. Expositio in Duos Libros Analyticorum Posteriorum Aristotelis.
Unpublished manuscript: Città del Vaticano, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Urb. lat. 1489, f. 119ra - 150rb.
———. 2006. Quaestiones in Duos Libros Aristotelis Analyticorum Posteriorum.
This work was attributed to Albert of Saxony and published in 1497 wit the title: Quaestiones subtilissimi Alberti de Saxonia super libros Posteriorum Milan, Venise (modern
anastatic reprint: Hildesheim, Olms, 1986.
Buridanus, Johannes. Expositio in Topica.
The attribution of this work to Buridan is doubtful.
Unpublished manuscript: Munich, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, signature: Clm 12707, ff. 66ra - 99vb.
———. 1994. Quaestiones Elencorum. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 9.
Edited with an introduction, notes and indices by Ria van der Lecq and H. A. G. Braakhuis.
———. 2008. Quaestiones Topicorum. Turnhout: Brepols.
Introduction, critical edition and indexes by Niels Jorgen Green-Pedersen.
Buridan, John. 1976. "Quaestiones Super Sophisticos Elenchos [Index]." In The Logic of John Buridan, edited by Jan, Pinborg, 159-160.
Buridanus, Johannes. Perutile Compendium Totius Logicae Joannis Buridani Cum Praeclarissima Solertissimi Viri Joannis Dorp Expositione.
This work, also known as Summulae de dialectica or Lectura de summa logicae (the title of Hubert Hubien unpublished transcription) is composed by eight treatises:
I. De propositionibus; II. De praedicabilibus; III. De praedicamentis; IV. De suppositionibus; V. De syllogismis; VI. De locis dialecticis; VII.
De sophisticis elenchis; VIII. De demonstrationibus.
A ninth treatise, Sophismata, is printed separately in the ancient editions.
The first edition of the Summulae was edited by Thomas Bricot ( ? - 1516) at Paris in 1487.
An anastatic reprint of the edition of Venice 1499, with the commentary by John Dorp (late 14th century) was published at Frankfurt am Main, Minerva, 1965.
For critical editions of treatises I, II, III, IV, V, VIII and IX see below; treatises VI, and VII are not yet available in modern editions.
Buridan, John. 1976. "Summulae, Tractatus I." In The Logic of John Buridan, edited by Jan, Pinborg, 82-88.
Edition of: I.1.1; I.1.5; I.1.6; I.2.2; 1.3.2.
Buridanus, Johannes. 2005. Summulae De Propositionibus. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.
Summulae Vol. I.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-1.
Introduction, critical edition, and indexes by Ria van der Lecq.
"The present fascicle contains the first treatise of the Summulae, called De propositionibus. In earlier fascicles we referred to this treatise as De
introductionibus, which is the name of the corresponding chapter of Peter of Spain's Tractatus. (19) Buridan himself, however, does not use the term introductiones; in 1.1.1 he
announces that the first treatise is going to deal with propositions and their parts and attributes. Therefore, 'De propositionibus' seems to be a more appropriate title.
The treatise consists of eight chapters, which correspond with Peter of Spain's Tractatus 1 (De introductionibus) in the following way:
chapter in Buridan chapter in Tractatus 1
1 De quibusdam praemittendis 1-3
2 De nomine, verbo et oratione 4-6
3 De propositione 7-10
4 De oppositionibus propositionum categoricarum 11-14
5 De aequipollentiis 18
6 De conversionibus propositionum 15
7 De propositionibus hypotheticis 16-17
8 De propositionibus modalibus 19-25
A closer comparison between the two treatises (20) shows that Buridan elaborated more on the topics of chapters 6 and 7 (conversions and hypothetical propositions) than the author
of his basic text and that he had an extraordinary interest in modal propositions. He even preferred to write a new text for this chapter, because he considered the auctor's account to be incomplete
The present edition includes the preface (Prooemium) of the Summulae, in which Buridan says some remarkable things about logic as an art (see below n.3.3) and in
which he warns the reader that he will not follow his author's text in every respect: "occasionally I am going to have to say and write things that differ from what he has said and written, whenever
it appears to me suitable to do so"."
(19) See for an exposition of the term 'introductiones' by John of Salisbury: Peter of Spain, Tractatus (...), ed. L.M. de Rijk, p. LXXXIX..
(20) See Jan Pinborg, 'Summulae, Tractatus 1 De introductionibus,' in Jan Pinborg (ed.), The Logic of John Buridan, Kopenhagen 1976, pp. 74-75.
———. 1995. Summulae De Praedicabilibus. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.
Summulae Vol. II.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-2.
Introduction, critical edition and indexes by L. M. De Rijk.
"The present edition contains the second tract [of Buridan's Summulae], De praedicabilibus, which deals with the five 'predicables', introduced by the Neoplatonist
commentator of Aristotle, Porphyry (c. 233-c. 304 A.D.) in his introductory book (Isagoge)to the Stagirite's Categories, viz. 'genus', 'species', 'differentia', 'proprium', and
'accidens'. From as early as the eleventh century, medieval authors commented upon Boethius' (480-524) translation of, and commentary upon, this work.
Buridan's discussion of the predicables is mainly based on the corresponding tract of Peter of Spain's manual. His comments are preceded by the complete text of the lemma from Peter
to be discussed. It should be no surprise that Buridan's quotations should go back to an adapted version of Peter's text. (...)
Buridan's work consists of elementary exegesis as well as extensive objections and dubitationes in which specific questions are dealt with, mostly in an original fashion."
pp. XVII and XXI.
———. 1994. Summulae in Praedicamenta. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.
Summulae Vol. III.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-3.
Introduction, critical edition and notes by Egbert P. Bos.
———. 1998. Summulae De Suppositionibus. Nijmegen: Ingenium Publishers.
Summulae Vol. IV.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-4.
Introduction, critical edition and indexes by Ria Van der Lecq.
Buridano, Giovanni. 1957. "Tractatus De Suppositionibus." Rivista Critica di Storia della Filosofia no. 12.
First part pp. 180-208; Second part pp. 323-352.
Buridanus, Johannes. 2010. Summulae De Syllogismis. Turnhout: Brepols.
Summulae Vol. V.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-5.
Introduction, critical edition and indexes by Joke Spruyt
"De syllogismis is the fifth treatise of John Buridan's Summulae dialecticae, a textbook he wrote for his logic course in the Faculty of Arts at the University of
Paris. De syllogismis contains material related to Aristotle's Analytica Priora and Boethius's De hypotheticis syllogismis. The textbook discusses inferences involving not
only propositions de inesse, but also propositions featuring oblique, reduplicative and infinite terms. Buridan displays a keen interest in modal inferences and inferences involving
propositional attitudes. Buridan's De syllogismis continues along the lines of his nominalist conception of the relations between mind, language and reality."
———. 2013. Summulae De Locis Dialecticis. Turnhout: Brepols.
Summulae Vol. VI.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-6.
Edited by Niels Jorgen Green-Pedersen.
"De locis dialecticis is the sixth treatise of John Buridan’s Summulae dialecticae, a textbook he wrote for his logic course in the Faculty of Arts at the
University of Paris. De locis dialecticis immediately builds upon Peter of Spain, but Buridan shows his awareness that the doctrine of the loci took its origin in Boethius’ De
differentiis topicis, and he frequently quotes from that work. Though not introducing any basically new ideas Buridan contributes a large number of precisions to the standard descriptions of the
several loci, and he shows that the list of the loci and the traditional division of it into three sections is not something given by nature, but was established by earlier
logicians, as they found convenient. Accordingly such things can be changed if something better is found. Buridan has here given us perhaps the most precise and most interesting exposition of the
doctrine of the loci in the medieval logical literature."
Buridan, John. 1976. "The Summulae of John Buridan. Tractatus Vi De Locis." In The Logic of John Buridan, edited by Jan, Pinborg, 121-138.
Edited by Niels Jörgen Green-Pedersen.
———. 1976. "Extracts from the Summulae." In The Logic of John Buridan, edited by Jan, Pinborg, 153-158.
Edited by Sten Ebbesen: 7.3.2; 7.3.4; 7.3.10 (de figura dictionis).
Buridanus, Johannes. 2014. Summulae De Fallaciis. Turnhout: Brepols.
Summulae Vol. VII.
Not yet published.
———. 2001. Summulae De Demonstrationibus. Groningen-Haren: Ingenium Publishers.
Summulae Vol. VIII.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-8.
Introduction, critical edition and indexes by L.M. de Rijk.
———. 2004. Summulae De Practica Sophismatum. Turnhout: Brepols.
Summulae Vol. IX.
Artistarium Supplementa Vol. 10-9.
Introduction, critical edition and indexes by Fabienne Pironet.
"Treatise 9, De practica sophismatum, or Sophismata for short, has been edited once in full and once in part within the last few decades. The 1977 publication of
the full text by Th.K. Scott contributed significantly to the scholarly community's awareness of the merits of Buridan's work, but the Latin text was only weakly anchored in the manuscript tradition;
in fact it reproduced an incunabulum (our Z) emended by means of collation with usually one manuscript (our F). G.E. Hughes' partial edition of 1982 was based on six manuscripts (our A, E, F, I, 'I'
and W) as well as on an incunabulum (our Z) and represented a considerable step forward on the road to a sound text. Our aim is to take one more step along on that road, by re editing the whole
treatise on the basis of not only more but, we think, also better manuscripts." (p. XI, notes omitted).
Buridan, Jean. 1966. Sophisms on Meaning and Truth. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts.
Latin text and translation by Theodore Kermit Scott.
———. 1977. Sophismata. Stuttgart - Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog.
Critical edition with an introduction by Theodore Kermit Scott (now superseded by Pironet 2004).
———. 1982. John Buridan on Self-Reference. Chapter Eight of Buridan's Sophismata. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Latin text, translated, with an introduction and a philosophical commentary, by George E. Hughes.
Buridani, Johannis. 1976. Tractatus De Consequentiis. Louvain: Publications universitaires.
Critical edition by Hubert Hubien.