2 edition of De imperatorum et pontificum potestate of William of Ockham found in the catalog.
De imperatorum et pontificum potestate of William of Ockham
William of Ockham
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by C. Kenneth Brampton.|
|Contributions||Brampton, Charles Kenneth.|
|LC Classifications||BV629 O3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxviii, 108 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||108|
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Get this from a library. The De imperatorum et pontificum potestate of William of Ockham: hitherto unpublished. [William, of Ockham; Charles Kenneth Brampton]. An edition of five of the shorter political writings of the medieval philosopher William Ockam: Breviloquium de principatu tyrannico, De imperatorum et pontificum potestate, the Compendium errorum and two texts for which Ockham's authorship is uncertain - Allegationes de potestate imperiali and De electione Caroli quarti.
William, of Ockham, approximately approximately De imperatorum et Pontificium potestate. Oxford, Clarendon Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William, of Ockham; Charles Kenneth Brampton. Dialogus de Potestate Papae III [ Dialogue on the Power of the Pope, Part 3 ]; also known as De Gestis circa Fidem Altercantium Orthodoxam [ On the Actions of Those Contesting the Orthodox Faith] Tractatus de Imperatorum et Pontificum Potestate [Treatise on Imperial and Pontifical Power] * All works are.
An edition of five of the shorter political writings of the medieval philosopher William Ockam: Breviloquium de principatu tyrannico, De imperatorum et pontificum potestate, the Compendium errorum and two texts for which Ockham's authorship is uncertain - Allegationes de potestate imperiali and De electione Caroli Range: $ - $ emperor, of church and state.
Such are the lengthy Dialogus inter magistrum et discipulum de imperatorum et pontificum potestate, the Octo quaestiones super potestate et dignitate papali, and the shorter but eloquent Tractatus de imperatorum et pontificum potestate, written in Modern critical editions of the political works are well under.
William Ockham, Opera Politica IV: Edited by H. Offler, Pub. for the British Academy, Oxford University Press, Topics William Ockham, political works, politics, politika, Latin, Compendium Errorum Ioannis Papae XXII, Breviloquium De Principatu Tyrannico, De Imperatorum et Pontificum Potestate, Allegationes De Potestate Imperiali.
Of these treatises many are solely of historical interest; but the lengthy Dialogus Inter Magistrum et Discipulum, written between andthe Octo Quaestiones Super Potestate ac Dignitate Papali, written inand the Tractatus de Imperatorum et Pontificum Potestate, composed aroundpresent Ockham's philosophy of church and state and convey his deep-rooted convictions.
philosophy, theology, political theory. Traditionally regarded as the initiator of the movement called nominalism, which dominated the universities of northern Europe in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and played a significant role in shaping the directions of modern thought, William of Ockham ranks.
In logic, William of Ockham wrote down in words the formulae that would later be called De Morgan's Laws, and he pondered ternary logic, that is, a logical system with three truth values; a concept that would be taken up again in the mathematical logic of the 19th and 20th mater: University of Oxford.