Insolubilia and some Fallacies

From the Literature Survey in Spade, P. (1975) The Mediaeval Liar: A Catalogue of the Insolubilia-Literature. Subsidia Mediaevalia V. PIMS Toronto.

There's some interesting fallacies mentioned in the surveyed authors:
  1. Secundum quid et simpliciter: 
  2. non causam ut causam:
  3. pars non potest supponere pro toto suo, nec eius opposito or "Pars propositionis non potest supponere pro toto" 

What is the difference between Insolubilia, Impossibilia, and Sophismata?


Guthrie, E. (1914) Old Solutions of a New Problem. Mid-West Quarterly, The (1913-1918). Paper 21. here

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