William of Ockham


4–8] ====Theological works==== The De sacramento altaris of William of Ockham, translated by T Bruce Birch, (Burlington, Iowa: Lutheran Literary Board, 1930) [translation of Treatise on Quantity and On the Body of Christ] ====Political works==== An princeps pro suo uccursu, scilicet guerrae, possit recipere bona ecclesiarum, etiam invito papa, translated Cary J.


Guilelmi de Ockham Opera Politica, 4 vols., 1940–97, Manchester: Manchester University Press [vols.


Y.: The Franciscan Institute, 1967–88. The seventh volume of the Opera Philosophica contains the doubtful and spurious works. The political works, all but the Dialogus, have been edited in H.


Loux, (Notre Dame; London: University of Notre Dame Press, 1974) [translation of Summa logicae, part 1] Ockham's Theory of Propositions: Part II of the Summa logicae, translated by Alfred J.


S Brown, (Indianapolis, IN, 1990) Ockham's Theory of Terms: Part I of the Summa logicae, translated by Michael J.


Bonaventure University, 1998) On the Power of Emperors and Popes, translated by Annabel S.


Mellen Press, 2001) [translation of Opus nonaginta dierum] Tractatus de principiis theologiae, translated in A compendium of Ockham's teachings: a translation of the Tractatus de principiis theologiae, translated by Julian Davies, (St.


Nederman, in Political thought in early fourteenth-century England: treatises by Walter of Milemete, William of Pagula, and William of Ockham, (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002) A translation of William of Ockham's Work of Ninety Days, translated by John Kilcullen and John Scott, (Lewiston, NY: E.

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