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** William of Ockham ( Church of England )
At about the same time, the nominalist philosopher William of Ockham argued, in Book I of his Summa Totius Logicae ( Treatise on all Logic, written some time before 1327 ), that Categories are not a form of Being in their own right, but derivative on the existence of individuals.
Philosophers associated with empiricism include Aristotle, Alhazen, Avicenna, Ibn Tufail, Robert Grosseteste, William of Ockham, Francis Bacon, Thomas Hobbes, Robert Boyle, John Locke, George Berkeley, David Hume, Leopold von Ranke, John Stuart Mill, and Karl Popper.
If Wycliffe was in philosophy the superior of his contemporaries and had no equal in scholastic discipline, he belongs with the series of great scholastic philosophers and theologians in which England in the Middle Ages was so rich with Alexander of Hales, Roger Bacon, Duns Scotus, William of Ockham ( Occam ), and Thomas Bradwardine.
* 1328 William of Ockham, Franciscan Minister-General Michael of Cesena and two other Franciscan leaders secretly leave Avignon, fearing a death sentence from Pope John XXII.
* William of Ockham, the Medieval philosopher
It is named after William of Ockham of Occam's Razor fame.
Nominalism has been endorsed or defended by many, including William of Ockham, Peter Abelard, D. C. Williams ( 1953 ), David Lewis ( 1983 ), and arguably H. H. Price ( 1953 ) and W. V. O. Quine ( 1961 ).
William of Ockham argued strongly that universals are a product of abstract human thought.
Both these opinions were denied by Scotus ' pupil William of Ockham.
It can be found in the work of Peter Abelard and reached its flowering in William of Ockham, who was the most influential and thorough nominalist.
He engaged in long theological debates with other noted figures of the age, such as William of Ockham and Meister Eckhart.
Prior thinkers, particularly nominalist William of Ockham in the early 14th century, had begun the intellectual movement toward empiricism.
William of Ockham (; also Occam, Hockham, or several other spellings ; c. 1288 c. 1348 ) was an English Franciscan friar and scholastic philosopher, who is believed to have been born in Ockham, a small village in Surrey.
Although he is commonly known for Occam's razor, the methodological principle that bears his name, William of Ockham also produced significant works on logic, physics, and theology.
William of Ockham joined the Franciscan order at an early age.
William of Ockham was among these scholarly commentators.
William of Ockham believed " only faith gives us access to theological truths.
The standard edition of his philosophical and theological works is William of Ockham: Opera philosophica et theologica, Gedeon Gál, et al., eds.
For his political works, all but the Dialogus have been edited in William of Ockham, H. S. Offler, et al., eds.
* William of Ockham biography at University of St Andrews, Scotland
* Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: William of Ockham
* The Nominalist Ontology of William of Ockham, with an annotated bibliography

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