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Received Opinion: From Aventinus to Ehrle
The Reassessment of Ockham
Toward a New Assessment of Nominalism
The Two Realms of Consignification
Consignification and Nomen Theory
Logic in voce
Opinio Nominalium
Toward a History of the Nominales
Nomina, Mental Language, and Universals
The Formative Years, 1305–1316
Oxford and London, 1317–1324
Avignon, 1324–1328
Munich, 1329–1347
Ockham’s Heritage
The Earliest Reaction
Ockhamism at Oxford in the 1330s
Robert Holcot
Adam Wodeham
Ockhamism after Wodeham
The Introduction of Ockham’s Thought at Paris, 1325–1335
The Papacy and University Reform: The Crisis of 1338–1341
Conrad of Megenberg and the Scientia Okamica
The Statutes
The Arts Statute of September 25, 1339
The Arts Statute of December 29, 1340
The 1341 Ordinance of the English-German Nation
The Masters of the English Nation
Rimini’s Testimony
Ockhamism and the Secta Occanica
The Availability of Ockham’s Writings
The ‘Scientia Occanica’
The Political Context of the University Crisis
Meaning and Verbal Sense: the Origins of ‘Virtus Sermonis’
Supposition and Virtuous Words
The 1340 Statute Revisited
Record-Keeping at the University of Paris
The Book of the Rector
The Books of the Nations
Record-Making at the University of Paris
University Scribes and the Creation of Documents
Datum et Actum
Oaths Concerning the Statutes ‘Contra Scientiam Occamicam’
The Entry of Ockham’s Physics into Paris
Ockham’s Physics and the Debate over Ockhamism at Paris
The Role of Buridan in the Events of 1339–1341
The Authenticity of Vat. lat. 1087
The Date of Michael de Massa’s Parisian Baccalaureate
The Content of Vat. lat. 1087
Lector at the Collège St. Bernard
Master of Arts
Student in Theology
The Crisis over the Occamistae
Michael de Massa and the Occamistae
The Anti-Ockhamist Statute of December 1340
Gregory of Rimini
Alphonsus Vargas of Toledo
Hugolino of Orvieto
John Hiltalingen of Basel
Wodeham and the Augustinians as Viewed by Others
Wodeham and the Spanish Augustinians
Concluding Remarks
The Cologne Abbreviation of Wodeham’s Lectura
The Presence of English Texts at Cologne
Channels of Transmission
Methodological Considerations
Oxford, 1324–1400
Paris, 1339–1346
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Ockham and Ockhamism

Ockham and Ockhamism

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