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Alexander of Hales; Augustinianism; Bonaventure, St.; Duns Scotus, John; Medieval Philosophy; Peter Lombard; Thomas Aquinas, St.; Thomism.

Bibliography

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Coombs, Jeffrey S. "The Possibility of Created Entities in Seventeenth-Century Scotism." Philosophical Quarterly 41 (1993): 447–459.

Courtenay, William Schools and Scholars in Fourteenth Century England. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1987.

Cross, Richard. "Medieval Theories of Haeceity." In The Stanford Online Encyclopedia of Philosophy, edited by Edward N. Zalta. Stanford, CA: Metaphysics Research Lab, Stanford University, 2005.

Dumont, Stephen "The Scotist of Vat lat 869." Archiivum franciscanum historicum 81 (1988): 254–283.

Gabriel, Astrik, L. "'Via Antiqua' and 'Via moderna' and the Migration of Paris Students and Masters to the German Universities in the Fifteenth Century." Miscellanea Mediaevalia 9 (1974): 439–483.

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