Paolo da Pergola

Paolo da Pergola[1]​ (muere en 1455, en Venecia) fue un matemático y filósofo humanista italiano de la lógica Occamista[2]​ y pupilo del teólogo Pablo de Venecia.[3]

Sus más importantes obras filosóficas son:

  • De sensu composito et diviso.[4]
  • Compendium logicae[5]

La Iglesia de San Giovanni Elemosinario de Venezia tiene un monumento dedicado al filósofo.

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  1. Paolo della Pergola, Paul of Pergula, Paul of Pergola, Paulus Pergulensis or Pergolensis, Paulus de Pergula
  2. Ennio De Bellis, Nicoletto Vernia e Agostino Nifo: aspetti storiografici e metodologici, Congedo, 2003, p. 9.
  3. [1]: He became the first publicly paid lecturer in philosophy in Venice, where he was officially honored in a public ceremony. In 1448, he was offered a bishopric, which he refused, and at the end of his life he accepted the administration of the Church of Saint John Almoner.
  4. Printed by 1494; it shares a title with a work of William of Heytesbury.
  5. Compendium logicae printed by Erhard Ratdolt in 1481; later in Venice as Compendium logicae; De sensu composito et diviso (1498); as Logica Magistri Pauli Pergolensis. 1510.[2] His Dubia was printed in 1477.