Paris. B. Nat. lat. MS 15015

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Catalogus codicum manuscriptorum Bibliothecae Regiae III (Paris 1744); Paris Bibliotheque Nationale Lat., Catalogue général des manuscrits latins (Paris 1939-1988); L. Delisle, Inventaire des manuscrits latins conservés à la Bibliothèque Nationale sous les numéros 8823-18613 (Hildesheim & New York 1974); Iter III pp. 215-270; Hauréau; Manuscrits datés II-III. St.-Victor 456

Incipit: octrinae germanum huic arti accommodatae in tribus integritas consistit, idest in doctrina incomplexorum, propositionum et syllogismorum. Notitia (?) Ar. huius artis praecepta ut ex integra sermonum traditione artis conferret, integritatem trium praemonstratorum perfectam exsecutus est . Sed quoniam ex incomplexis propositiones ex propositionibus vero contexuntur syllogismi, ut tam doctrinali quam naturali subserv ordini, primo incomplexorum, secundo propositionum, tertio syllogismorum naturas non mediocri investigatione inquirit. Sed speculatione ipsorum sufficienter faciens traditionem comparata ...

  • 180ra-199ra Anonymous gloss on the De interpretatione, called the *Glossae doctrinae sermonum* from its incipit. Pastiche of LI 3. There are close parallel passages in the anonymous gloss on Porphyry's Isagoge found in MS Vienna, Pal.lat.2486 ff.4ra-60vb and in the incomplete anonymous commentary on the De interpretatione found in B ff.87va-96vb. There is a transcription of ff.180ra- 180va given in De Rijk [1967] Vol. II-1 210-212, which has several misreadings. Other extracts are found in Cousin [1855] 326-333; De Rijk [1962] 613-615, partially corrected against W and B; De Rijk [1966] 46-52.) [1]

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  1. Per Peter King
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