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This chapter presents a list of manuscripts mentioned in the book Medieval Supposition Theory Revisited relevant to the analysis of rise and development of supposition theory. To study the rise and development of supposition theory in the doctrinal context of the properties of terms requires more than merely spelling out the methodological aspects of the growth of terminism. It is true, philosophical progress owes quite a lot to methodology. Nonetheless, in basic matters of philosophy any modus operandi is itself determined by a certain initial, in a way aprioristic worldview.

Keywords: methodology; supposition theory



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