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John Pagus[1] ("/ˈpɡəs/; fl. first half of the 13th century) was a "scholastic philosopher at the "University of Paris, generally considered the first "logician writing at the Arts faculty at Paris.[2]



He is thought to have been a "Master of Arts in the 1220s and to have taught "Peter of Spain.[3] At that time he was writing on "syncategorematic terms.[4][5]



  1. ^ John Le Page, Johannes Pagus, Jean Le Page, Jean Lepage.
  2. ^ Bertil Malmberg, Histoire de la Linguistique, Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 1991, p. 127.
  3. ^ Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, article Peter of Spain
  4. ^ Sten Ebbesen, Russell L. Friedman (editors), Medieval Analyses in Language and Cognition (1999), p. 36.
  5. ^ Parts published in "H. A. G. Braakhuis, De 13de Eeuwse Tractaten over Syncategorematische Termen. Vol. I, Ph. Diss., Leiden University, 1979.


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