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List of manuscripts cited

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This section of the book titled Ockham and Ockhamism: Studies in the Dissemination and Impact of His Thought contains a list of manuscripts cited in the book. The early nineteenth century inherited a reasonably coherent account of the meaning and history of nominalism in the Middle Ages. Nominalism was understood as a view that universal concepts had no being or existence outside the mind but were mere names (nomina) or spoken sounds (voces).

Keywords: nominalism; William of Ockham



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