Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Medieval Theories of Relations" by Jeffrey Brower

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[Note: This bibliography contains only items referred to in the notes and a few other selected items of interest. For a general introduction to some of the main philosophical issues surrounding relations, see Heil 2009. For discussion of specifically medieval theories, as well as further bibliographical references, see Henninger 1989, Olson 1987, and Weinberg 1965. For more contemporary defenses of the view we have been calling ‘realism without polyadic properties,’ see Campbell 1990, Fisk 1973, Mulligan 1998, Parsons 2008, and Schaffer 2010.]

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