Jacob Naveros (fl. ca. 1533) was an early sixteenth-century Spanish logician. He is now known for his concern about the attribution of the logical works of Duns Scotus. Naveros found inconsistencies between the logical works and Scotus' commentary on the Sentences that caused him to doubt whether he had written any of these works.
- Ashworth, E. J., 'Jacobus Naveros (fl. ca. 1533) on the Question: "Do Spoken Words Signify Concepts or Things?",' Logos and Pragma. Essays on the Philosophy of Language in Honour of Professor Gabriel Nuchelmans, ed. de Rijk and Braakhuis (Nijmegen: Ingenium, 1987): 189–214.
- Gonzalo Díaz Díaz (1995). Hombres y Documentos de la Filosofía Española (in Spanish). CSIC. pp. 781–2. ISBN 978-84-00-07504-0. Retrieved 26 May 2012.
- Alexander S. Wilkinson (15 December 2010). Iberian Books: Books Published in Spanish Or Portuguese Or on the Iberian Peninsula Before 1601. BRILL. p. 531. ISBN 978-90-04-17027-8. Retrieved 26 May 2012.
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