References for William of Ockham

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  1. E A Moody, Biography in Dictionary of Scientific Biography (New York 1970-1990).
    http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/William_of_Ockham.aspx
  2. Biography in Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9056715/William-of-Ockham

Books:

  1. M Adams, William Ockham (2 vols.) (Notre Dame, 1987).
  2. Baudry, Guillaume d'Occam : sa vie, ses oeuvres, ses idées sociales et politiques (Paris, 1950).
  3. P Beckmann (ed.), Ockham- Bibliographie. 1900-1990 (German) (Hamburg, 1992).

Articles:

  1. P Boehner, Collected Articles on Ockham (Bonaventure, N.Y., 1956).
  2. A J Freddoso and H Schuurman, Ockham's theory of propositions. Part II of the 'Summa logicae' (South Bend, Ind.-London, 1980).
  3. G Leff, William of Ockham: The Metamorphosis of Scholastic Discourse (1975).
  4. M J Loux (ed.), Ockham's theory of terms. Part I of the 'Summa logicae' (Notre Dame, Ind.-London, 1974).
  5. M McCord Adams, William Ockham, 2 Vol. (1987).
  6. P V Spode (ed.), Five texts on the mediaeval problem of universals : Porphyry, Boethius, Abelard, Duns Scotus, Ockham (Indianapolis, IN, 1994).
  7. M M Adams, What does Ockham mean by `supposition'?, Notre Dame J. Formal Logic 17 (3) (1976), 375-391.
  8. E J Ashworth, Equivocation and analogy in fourteenth century logic : Ockham, Burley and Buridan, Historia philosophiae medii aevi I, II (Amsterdam, 1991), 23-43.
  9. Boh, Bradwardine's (?) critique of Ockham's modal logic, Historia philosophiae medii aevi I, II (Amsterdam, 1991), 55-70.
  10. Courtenay, The academic and intellectual worlds of Ockham, in The Cambridge companion to Ockham (Cambridge, 1999), 17-30.
  11. Courtenay, The debate over Ockham's physical theories at Paris, in La nouvelle physique du XIVe siècle, Nice, 1993 (Florence, 1997), 45-63.
  12. A J Freddoso, O-propositions and Ockham's theory of supposition, Notre Dame J. Formal Logic 20 (4) (1979), 741-750.
  13. A Goddu, Connotative concepts and mathematics in Ockham's natural philosophy, Vivarium 31 (1) (1993), 106-139.
  14. A Goddu, The impact of Ockham's reading of the Physics on the Mertonians and Parisian terminists, Early Sci. Med. 6 (3) (2001), 204-237.
  15. D P Henry, Ockham, 'suppositio', and modern logic, Notre Dame J. Formal Logic 5 (1964), 290-292.
  16. S J Livesey, William of Ockham, the subalternate sciences, and Aristotle's theory of metabasis, British J. Hist. Sci. 18 (59, 2) (1985), 127-145.
  17. G B Matthews, Suppositio and quantification in Ockham, Nous 7 (1) (1973), 13-24.
  18. M Mullick, Does Ockham accept material implication?, Notre Dame J. Formal Logic 12 (1971), 117-124.
  19. G Normore, Material supposition and the mental language of Ockham's Summa logicae, Topoi 16 (1) (1997), 27-33.
  20. Notte, Problems of Ockham's semantics, Metalogicon 4 (2) (1991), 101-116.
  21. D Perler, Kopulatheorie und Seinsbegriff. Zum Verhältnis von Logik und Metaphysik bei Wilhelm von Ockham, Historia philosophiae medii aevi I, II (Amsterdam, 1991), 805-829.
  22. G Priest and S Read, Ockham's rejection of ampliation, Mind 90 (358) (1981), 274-279.
  23. G Priest and S Read, The formalization of Ockham's theory of supposition, Mind 86 (341) (1977), 109-113.
  24. S Read, The objective being of Ockham's ficta, Philos. Quart. 27 (106) (1977), 14-31.
  25. H Weidemann, William of Ockham on particular negative propositions, Mind 88 (350) (1979), 270-275.
  26. Wood, Willing wickedly: Ockham and Burley compared, Vivarium 37 (1) (1999), 72-93.
  27. Yrjönsuuri, Supposition and truth in Ockham's mental language, Topoi 16 (1) (1997), 15-25.

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