'Tractatus de Successivis' attributed to William Ockham divides in three parts: on motion, on place and on time. Considerations given in the third part, 'on time', plays important role in conceptualistic metaphysical theory of time. Study on Ockham prepares important conclusions concerning critical Aristotelianism in 14th century. M. Karas' translation gives also an example of the late scholastic logic and epistemology.
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