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This bibliography presents a list of reference works relevant to the discussion on Thomas Manlevelt. This book deals with Manlevelt's life and works, hampered by a lack of available data. Assuming, however, that Manlevelt is the author of the present text as well as the accompanying commentary on the Categories partly edited by Andrews, something like a portrait of Manlevelt can be sketched. Robert Andrews explains how Ockham had applied his reductive principle to Aristotle's ten categories, on the occasion of writing like Manlevelt a commentary on the Categories of Aristotle.

Keywords: Aristotle; Robert Andrews; Thomas Manlevelt; William of Ockham



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