Martin of Dacia
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Martin of Dacia (Martinus Dacus, Martinus de Dacia, Martin de Dacie, Morten Mogensen, 1220-1304) was a Danish scholar, master of arts and theology at the University of Paris around 1250–88. He authored Modi significandi, an influential treatise on grammar. He held a prebendary as canon of the Ribe Cathedral in the Ribe diocese. Later he became Rector of the University of Paris.
- Opera, ed. Roos H. Corpus Philosophorum
Danicorum Medii Aevi, 11. G.E.C. Gad, Copenhagen (this volume consists of Martin’s De modi significandi and his Questions on the works of the Logica vetus)
- De modi significandi
- Questions on the works of the Logica vetus
- Opera, ed. Roos H., Corpus Philosophorum Danicorum Medii Aevi, vol. 11. Gad, Copenhagen, 1961.