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   See Also:

    Medieval Theories of Conscience - From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Doug Langston.

    Medieval Theories of Practical Reason - From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Anthony Celano.

    Medieval Theories of Modality - From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Simo Knuuttila.

    Teaching Materials Medieval Philosophy - Course notes by R.J. Kilcullen introducing medieval thought from Boethius to Thomas Aquinas.

    Later Medieval Philosophy - A study of Duns Scotus, William of Ockham and other fourteenth century philosophers, and of medieval elements in Descartes and other early modern philosophers. Course notes by R.J. Kilcullen.

    Medieval Theories of Analogy - Survey of medieval accounts of analogical terms, which were thought to be particularly useful in metaphysics and theology, but were also discussed in commentaries on Aristotle's logic and in logic textbooks. From the Stanford Encyclopaedia, by E. Jennifer Ashworth.

    Divine Illumination - The doctrine that holds that human beings require a special divine assistance in their ordinary cognitive activities. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Robert Pasnau.

    Richard the Sophister - Richardus Sophista was an English philosopher/logician who studied at Oxford most likely sometime during the second quarter of the thirteenth century. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Paul Streveler.

    Philip the Chancellor - Life and work of this 13th-century philosopher, theologian, and lyric poet. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Colleen McCluskey.

    Bibliography of John P. Doyle - Complete bibliography of one of the leading experts of late Sscholasticism.

    Scholasticism - Introductory essay from the Catholic Encyclopedia.

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