Jean Buridan: De fallaciis ed. Johannes Rustenburg






Aristotle's Rhetoric in Latin Scholasticism

The project is abandoned by me, c. 1995 (no happy project)





Jean Buridan, c. 1300-1360: Questions on Aristotle's Rhetorica

Unpublished transcriptions: Sten Ebbesen, Costantino Marmo, Bernadette Preben-Hansen: primo 1990's


Jean Jandun, 1286-1328: Questions on Aristotle's Rhetorica

Unpublished transcriptions: Bernadette Preben-Hansen & Sten Ebbesen: primo 1990's


Johannes Buridanus, Quaestiones in libros Rhetoricorum Aristotelis,

hrsg. von G.Krieger und F.B. Stammkötter in zusammenarbeit mit B.Preben-Hansen: Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 2000 (42), 39

The edition in charge of F.B. Stammkötter was supported by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and discontinued in 2001







Sten Ebbesen on Buridan's Rhetoric:

Commission VI: The Trivium

Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 2003 (45), 11-16

Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 2010 (52), 15-24






I can supply with additional information, having consulted the manuscripts on location in Berlin, Erfurt, Leipzig, Lübeck and Paris


Berlin SB, 4° 377/I (Rose 979), 47r-125v: Buridan's Rhetoric. Codex is incommunicable. I was allowed to investigate it on location: 2010


Erfurt UB, Ampl. 4° 319, 144r-189v


Leipzig UB, 4° 1246, 324r-394v (year 1452)


Lübeck SB, philos. 2˚ 3, 262rb-321rb: A compilation of the Questions on Aristotle's Rhetorica by Jandun & Buridan. Inspected on location: 1990's, 2010


Paris BN, Lat. 16408, 179r-182r: The Paris Fragment. Inspected on location: 1991, 2000's




Bernadette Preben-Hansen

Kraków BJ 1771, 142v. Paris c. 1370

Berlin SB, 4° 377/I

Bernadette & Sten Ebbesen

1990-1991, engagement (Sten Ebbesen, docent & Bernadette Preben-Hansen, undergraduate student),

his spontaneously initiative (unsolicited), 15-12-1989, at the University of Copenhagen

1991, cohabitation with Marie Delgado Ebbesen, b. 1972. Our relation/engagement was strongly opposed by the Department secretary (Hannah Krogh Hansen)

1993, Sten Ebbesen - the Director - refused me working-access to our scientific SAXO library, Greek and Latin and to the relevant microfilms

1994-1999, Disciplinary Measures Towards Students at The University of Copenhagen, by Sten Ebbesen - the Director,

(probably) on behalf of Hannah Krogh Hansen, the Department Secretary (due to personal animosity)

2004, the University of Copenhagen granted me a personal library & microfilm permission: The SAXO Library, Greek and Latin - at the Royal Library of Copenhagen;

2004, The Department secretary (Hannah Krogh Hansen) went on retirement

2011, the library and microfilm permission was confirmed by the Danish Parliamentary Ombudsman

2015, the library and microfilm permission was effectuated by the University of Copenhagen

Waiting time per item: 3-8 weeks (2012-2015); 1-2 weeks (2015-2017); microfilms (2012): 6-12 months

2015, Professor Sten Ebbesen remains refusing me working-access to our SAXO library and to our microfilms (Hanne Møller, 2015)

2017, I gave up my studies and my career: my life