Color illustration. 14th-century miniature.
Biobibliographical article on Ramon Lull, who is called "Doctor Illuminatus."
Lull may have been the first to use a mechanical device to generate logical proofs, an early logic machine of his own invention.
His place in the history of science, particularly psychology and medicine. Rather flippant about religion and somewhat dismissive of Lull.
Biography, major works, importance in mathematics.
Illustrated biographical essay. Includes short bibliography.
Description of a book in the collection of Dartmouth College, very brief biography of Lull, and a painted portrait.
Short biographical entry.
Synopsis of an address by Werner Künzel, in which he discusses Lullus's logic machine, its use and abuse by Athanasius Kircher, and its influence on Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz.
A historical timeline of his life.