By Patrick J. Hurley
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1 of this book, and the Summulae Logicales of Peter of Spain (ca. 1205–1277) became the standard textbook in logic for three hundred years. However, the most original contributions from this period were made by William of Ockham (ca. 1285–1347). Ockham extended the theory of modal logic, conducted an exhaustive study of the forms of valid and invalid syllogisms, and further developed the idea of a metalanguage, a higher-level language used to discuss linguistic entities such as words, terms, and propositions.
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Thus, these passages can be correctly interpreted as both an explanation and an argument. Perhaps the greatest problem confronting the eﬀort to distinguish explanations from arguments lies in determining whether something is an accepted matter of fact. Obviously, what is accepted by one person may not be accepted by another. Thus, the eﬀort often involves determining which person or group of people the passage is directed to—the intended audience. ) will decide the issue. But when the passage is taken totally out of context, ascertaining the source may prove impossible.