Modistae - Wikipedia

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Richard von Strigl (1891–1942) studied economics at the University of Vienna under Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk. Strigl was the author of pioneering studies on economic theory, applied economics, capital theory, and the relationship between theoretical and historical research. His work Kapital und Produktion was as a key contribution to technical economic theory. It was first published in 1934 by the former Austrian Institute for Business Cycle Research in its series "Contributions to Business Cycle Research."

The Modistae ( Latin for " Modists "), also known as the speculative grammarians , were the members of a school of grammarian philosophy known as Modism , active in northern France , Germany , England , and Denmark in the 13th and 14th centuries. Their influence was felt much less in the southern part of Europe, where the somewhat opposing tradition of the so-called "pedagogical grammar" never lost its preponderance.

William of Conches , Peter Helias , and Ralph of Beauvais , also referred to as speculative grammarians predate the Modist movement proper.

There are parallels between speculative grammar and phenomenology , a fact that was picked up early on by Martin Heidegger , who wrote his first book, Die Kategorien-und Bedeutungslehre des Duns Scotus , on Thomas of Erfurt's treatise (at that time still mistakenly attributed to Duns Scotus).

Richard von Strigl (1891–1942) studied economics at the University of Vienna under Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk. Strigl was the author of pioneering studies on economic theory, applied economics, capital theory, and the relationship between theoretical and historical research. His work Kapital und Produktion was as a key contribution to technical economic theory. It was first published in 1934 by the former Austrian Institute for Business Cycle Research in its series "Contributions to Business Cycle Research."

The Modistae ( Latin for " Modists "), also known as the speculative grammarians , were the members of a school of grammarian philosophy known as Modism , active in northern France , Germany , England , and Denmark in the 13th and 14th centuries. Their influence was felt much less in the southern part of Europe, where the somewhat opposing tradition of the so-called "pedagogical grammar" never lost its preponderance.

William of Conches , Peter Helias , and Ralph of Beauvais , also referred to as speculative grammarians predate the Modist movement proper.

There are parallels between speculative grammar and phenomenology , a fact that was picked up early on by Martin Heidegger , who wrote his first book, Die Kategorien-und Bedeutungslehre des Duns Scotus , on Thomas of Erfurt's treatise (at that time still mistakenly attributed to Duns Scotus).

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Richard von Strigl (1891–1942) studied economics at the University of Vienna under Eugen von Bohm-Bawerk. Strigl was the author of pioneering studies on economic theory, applied economics, capital theory, and the relationship between theoretical and historical research. His work Kapital und Produktion was as a key contribution to technical economic theory. It was first published in 1934 by the former Austrian Institute for Business Cycle Research in its series "Contributions to Business Cycle Research."


Die Kategorien-und Bedeutungslehre des Duns Scotus.

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