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Inquiries into medieval philosophy; a collection in honor of Francis P. Clarke. James F. Ross, editor.

; Clarke, Francis P. (Francis Palmer), 1895-
Westport, Conn., Greenwood Pub. Company [1971] .
ISBN 9780837133119, 0837133114

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Other Authors Clarke, Francis P. 1895-
Subjects Philosophie médiévale.
Philosophy, Medieval.
Series Contributions in philosophy ; no. 4.
Description xii, 329 pages 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1971]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Preface, by J.F. Ross.--Aquinas on belief and faith, by T.C. Potts.--A medieval discussion of intentionality, by P. Geach.--Analogy as a rule of meaning for religious language, by J.F. Ross.--Metaphor and analogy, by R.M. McInerny.--On analogy, by I.M. Bochenski.--Being, essence, and existence, by D.P. Henry.--Ockham's supposition theory and modern logic, by G.B. Matthews.--The formalities of omniscience, by A.N. Prior.--The Augustinian argument for the existence of God, by J.A. Mourant.--Common nature: a point of comparison between Thomistic and Scotistic metaphysics, by J. Owens.--The twice-revealed Averroes, by H.A. Wolfson.--Ockham and the textbooks: on the origin of possibility, by A.B. Wolter.--Ockham, Buridan, and Nicholas of Autrecourt, by E.A. Moody.--The fifth letter of Nicholas of Autrecourt to Bernard of Arezzo.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)257856
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WorldCat Identities Ross, James F., 1931-
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