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Francis of Marchia
Also known as Franciscus de Marchia, 14th-century philosopher at the University of Paris. Article by Christopher Schabel from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
14th-century English Scholastic thinker and pioneer of the mathematical study of motion. Article by John Longeway from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
Medieval scholar, prominent among the later Oxford Realists. Article from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Alessandro Conti.
Philip the Chancellor
Life and work of this 13th-century philosopher, theologian, and lyric poet. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Colleen McCluskey.
14th-century Oxford thinker, a contemporary of Burley and Bradwardine. Article by Elzbieta Jung-Palczewska, from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
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.
Life and work of 14th Century British philosopher, follower of Wyclif and Burley; by Alessandro Conti.
Thomas of Erfurt
Life and work of this Modist medieval philosopher, by Jack Zupko. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Life and work of this 15th Century Oxford Realist philosopher; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Alessandro Conti.
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