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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.
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  • Heytesbury, William - 14th-century English Scholastic thinker and pioneer of the mathematical study of motion. Article by John Longeway from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
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  • Johannes Sharpe - Medieval scholar, prominent among the later Oxford Realists. Article from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Alessandro Conti.
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  • Philip the Chancellor - Life and work of this 13th-century philosopher, theologian, and lyric poet. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Colleen McCluskey.
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  • Richard Kilvington - 14th-century Oxford thinker, a contemporary of Burley and Bradwardine. Article by Elzbieta Jung-Palczewska, from the Stanford Encyclopedia.
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  • 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.
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  • Robert Alyngton - Life and work of 14th Century British philosopher, follower of Wyclif and Burley; by Alessandro Conti.
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  • Thomas of Erfurt - Life and work of this Modist medieval philosopher, by Jack Zupko. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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  • William Penbygull - Life and work of this 15th Century Oxford Realist philosopher; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Alessandro Conti.
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