From The Logic Museum
Logica Nostrorum Petitioni Sociorum (text), also known as the Glossulae. They seem to be a reportatio or written version of lectures, as the opening (Geyer 1933 505: 3-5) suggests. "At the request of my fellows (socii) I have undertaken the labour of writing logic, and in accord with their wishes I shall expound what I have taught about logic". The only parts extant are Glossae super Porphyrium secundum vocales and Glossulae super Porphyrium, a commentary on Porphyry generally thought to have been composed after the Ingredientibus and Dialectica.
- Geyer 1933
- "Glosae Super Librum Porphyrii Secundo Vocalem". In Testi Medioevali Inediti. Fontes Ambrosiani, III, edited by Ottaviano, Carmelo. 107-207. Firenze: Olschki, 1933.