ND   JMC : History of Medieval Philosophy / by Maurice De Wulf

379. Bibliography. -- The Commentaries and the Quodlibeta of Aureolus were edited at Rome in 1596 and 1605. The Commentaries of Durandus were edited many times during the sixteenth century. On Durandus, Aureolus and Ockam, see WERNER, Die nachscot. Scholastik. Each chapter examines a group of doctrines.

Ockam's Commentaries on the Sentences were edited in 1483 and 1495 (Lyons); the Quodlibeta in 1487 (Paris), 1491 (Strassburg); the logical treatises repeatedly at Paris, Bologna, Venice (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries). On Ockam see STÖCKL, op. cit., ii., pp. 976 sqq.; and PRANTL, iii., pp. 331 sqq. (125). SIEBECK, Occam's Erkenntnislehre in ihrer historischen Stellung (Arch. f. Gesch. d. Philos., 1897, pp. 317 sqq.): good.

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