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Adam de Wodeham

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[Revised entry by John T. Slotemaker and Jeffrey C. Witt on July 6, 2019. Changes to: Bibliography] Adam of Wodeham (c. 1295 - 1358) was one of the most significant philosophers and theologians working at Oxford in the second quarter of the fourteenth century. A student of Ockham, Wodeham is best known for his theory of the complexe significabile and his distinctively English approach to questions of philosophical theology. His philosophy and theology were influential throughout the late medieval and early modern periods....

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