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    El conocimiento intuitivo como garante epistémico según William of Ockham y Adam of Wodeham.Lydia Deni Gamboa - 2018 - Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 60:47-66.
    Adam of Wodeham and William of Ockham ascribe different properties to intuitive apprehensions. The properties that Wodeham ascribes to intuitive cognitions concur with his reading of one of the four scenarios that Ockham proposes in order to test the idea that an intuitive apprehension serves as an epistemic warrant. In this article, I explain that Wodeham avoids skepticism through his account of intuitive cognitions; even though, like Ockham, he accepts that God can cause us to undergo various sorts of mental (...)
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    Can we reflexively access the contents of our own perceptions? Ockham on the reflexive cognition of the contents of intuitions.Lydia Deni Gamboa - 2019 - British Journal for the History of Philosophy 27 (5):921-940.
    ABSTRACTIn the recent secondary literature on Ockham’s philosophy of mind, it has been debated whether Ockham proposed an externalist or an internalist view of the intentional contents of intuitive...
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    The Role of the Will in Chatton’s and Ockham’s Theories of Consciousness.Lydia Deni Gamboa - 2022 - Vivarium 60 (4):273-295.
    According to Ockham and Chatton, every cognitive process through which one genuinely cognizes a mental state involves a reflexive act of the will. They think that such an act is necessary to explain why we do not genuinely cognize every present mental act. With respect to a present extra-mental thing, an act of the will can only be elicited once such thing has been intuitively apprehended, because according to both authors one cannot voluntarily desire something whose existence one does not (...)
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    ¿Cómo podemos tener percepciones más o menos claras de un objeto? Guillermo de Ockham y Walter Chatton sobre la mayor o menor perfección de los actos mentales.Lydia Deni Gamboa - 2015 - Tópicos: Revista de Filosofía 49:9-26.
    En el siglo XIV se propusieron dos teorías principales para explicar el aumento y la reducción de las cualidades, entendidas éstas como formas accidentales. Quienes defendían alguna de estas dos teorías sostenían que una cualidad aumenta o se reduce debido a que se añaden o se substraen partes de sí misma, o bien, que una cualidad aumenta o se reduce debido a que una nueva forma más o menos perfecta sustituye a la forma ya inherente en una cierta substancia. Ockham (...)
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