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This bibliography contains the list of medieval, renaissance, and contemporary sources relevant to the discussion on a Buridanian response to a fourteenth century skeptical argument and its rebuttal by a new argument in the early sixteenth century. Buridan introduced the concept of natural evidentness to avoid certain forms of skepticism, including skepticism regarding the existence of external things. Albert of Saxony employed the same concept to avoid skepticism regarding the existence of effects produced by finite agents.

Keywords: Buridanian; contemporary sources; fourteenth century skeptical argument; medieval sources; renaissance sources

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