By Barbara Goldstein
Florenz 1491. Caterina Vespucci, illegitime Tochter von Florenz, Lorenzo il Magnifico, wird in die Geheimnisse der Alchemie eingeweiht. Als der fanatische Mönch Savonarola die Apokalypse über Florenz prophezeit, flieht Caterina nach Rom.
Sie stürzt sich in eine leidenschaftliche Affäre mit Cesare Borgia, dem Sohn des Papstes. Ihr roter Alchemistentalar und ihre enge Beziehung zu den Borgia machen sie in Rom als "Kardinälin" bekannt. Doch schließlich muss sie vor den Intrigen der Borgia erneut fliehen. Am Hof von Ludovico il Moro sucht sie verzweifelt nach dem al-iksir, dem Lebenselixier der Alchemisten, um ihr eigenes Leben zu retten.
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130 Glosulae [Hunt (1941)] 225 - 228 ; [de Rijk (1967)] 101 - 105. As for the coincidences of the interpolated text vis-a-vis that of magister Guido, see Kneepkens (1978 ) 119 - 121. 131 Glosulae [Hunt (1941)] 227,12-14. 116 Op, 132Ibid. 18-29. 133 Cf. 2. 134 Notae [Hunt (1941)] 228 - 229. (1981)] 33; [(1973)], 30-31. ; and again: "de adiectivis nominibus queremus quid significent. Dicimus igitur quod 'albus' idem accidens significat quod et 'albedo' sed aliter quia determinat inherentiam illius accidentis et subiecti quod hoc nomen 'albedo' non facit" (p.
Coincides with a dialectical thesis in the comments on De Int 11; 4. (although it is not expressly mentioned by logicians) plays an important role in some discussions on the structure underlying a declarative clause; 5. recalls the Aristotelian notion of solecism; 6 introduces the issue of hypothetical clauses, as well as rules governing the composition of sentences; 7. corresponds to the dialectical doctrine of the composition of the predicate which is amply discussed in Abelard's comments on De Int 11; 8.
The problem, not further developed in the early middle Ages, acquires a decisive importance in the development of twelfth century semantics. In order to appreciate Abelard's contribution, the development of a 'nominal'P interpretation of the Categoriae and then of a semantic one must be taken into consideration. In early medieval treatises containing sections dedicated to the Categoriae and/or Porhyry's lsagoge, we can find observations analogous to those quoted above , although the subject is not .