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Radulphus Brito

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[New Entry by Ana María Mora-Márquez and Iacopo Costa on March 2, 2018.] Radulphus Brito (d 1320/21) was an important thirteenth-century master of arts at the University of Paris. He was part of the group of medieval masters who later came to be known as the modistae, principally because of their common appeal to the notion of modes of signifying (modi significandi) in their accounts of grammatical congruence. Brito's philosophical work is largely unexplored, even though it is a crucial link between the philosophical discussions of the thirteenth and the fourteenth centuries. Among...

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