Volume 44, 1984

Table of Contents

From: Franciscan Studies

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Foreword

p. V
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Philotheus Boehner: In Memoriam

pp. VI-X
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Signification and Denotation from Boethius to Ockham

pp. 1-29
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Propositional Attitudes in the Logic of Walter Burley and William Ockham

pp. 31-59
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Propositionalism and Atomism in Ockham's Semantics

pp. 61-70
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A Truth-functional Non-modal Interpretation of Ockham's Theory of Consequences

pp. 71-80
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A Note on Ockham's Theory of the Modes of Common Personal Supposition

pp. 81-86
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Modes of Personal Supposition: The Purpose and Usefulness of the Doctrine within Ockham's Logic

pp. 87-106
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Force of Words and Figures of Speech: The Crisis over Virtus Sermonis in the Fourteenth Century

pp. 107-128
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Inconsistency and Paradox in Medieval Disputations: A Development of Some Hints in Ockham

pp. 129-139
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I Cannot Tell a Lie: Hugh of Lawton's Critique of William of Ockham on Mental Language

pp. 141-179
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An Interpretative Dilemma in Burlean Semantics

pp. 181-192
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A Defense of a Burlean Dilemma

pp. 193-196
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The Individuation of Matter in Ockham's Philosophy

pp. 197-210
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Ockham's Real Distinction between Form and Matter

pp. 211-225
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William of Ockham's Arguments for Action at a Distance

pp. 227-244
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La filosofía natural de Guillermo de Ockham: La ontología subyacente al movimiento de traslación

pp. 245-255
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Walter Burley's Tractatus primus: Evidence concerning the Relations of Disputations and Written Works

pp. 257-274
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Walter Burley's Physics Commentaries

pp. 275-327
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A Note on a Short Treatise Attributed to Ockham: The "Super terminos naturales"

pp. 329-349
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Books Received

pp. 351-352
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