Predestination, Foreknowledge, and Future Contingents

Indianapolis: Hackett (1983)
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INTRODUCTION OCKHAM'S LIFE AND THE DATE OF THE TREATISE William Ockham, a highly influential philosopher of the fourteenth century and one of the most ...
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