E.J. Brill (1950)

This work shows the brilliance and the actuality of Ockham's philosophy by giving an analytic introduction to his theory of language, his ontology, and his ...
Keywords Language and languages Philosophy  Reference (Philosophy  Philosophy, Medieval  Truth
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