Review of Metaphysics 45 (2):410-411 (1991)

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This remarkable collection of studies within the area of metaphysics focuses on figures in the period of 1250 to 1350, with retrospective and prospective considerations of ancient sources and repercussions in the Renaissance. Where necessary, these previously published articles are revised in the light of more recent investigations, and references to obsolete editions are supplemented with citations of newer, critical editions. Reflecting over forty years of research, these twenty-three selected essays remain substantially unchanged with the exception of a study on the metaphysical doctrine of Siger of Brabant.
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