Vivarium 57 (1-2):210-221 (2019)

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Mark Thakkar
University of St. Andrews
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This light revision of Bornholdt's doctoral thesis (Würzburg, 2015) is effectively a medievally-oriented follow-up to Richard Gaskin’s 'The Sea Battle and the Master Argument' (1995). The book is stimulating from a philosophical point of view, but the exegesis is disappointingly unreliable.
Keywords future contingents  14th century  medieval
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DOI 10.1163/15685349-12341369
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