Ockham on Mind-World Relations: What Sort of Nominalism?

Eidos: The Canadian Graduate Journal of Philosophy 14 (1):11-28 (1997)
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(Warning: juvenalia from a grad student journal!). On whether Ockham's nominalism is really nominalistic and whether it faces some of the same problems as later nominalisms.



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