An interview with Susan Brower-Toland covering Ockham's views on cognition, consciousness, and memory.
How the language of thought relates to spoken and written language, according to William of Ockham.
Ockham trims away the unnecessary entities posited by other scholastics.
Peter hears about Duns Scotus' epistemology from expert Giorgio Pini.
Scotus explains how things can share a nature in common while being unique individuals.
Scotus develops a novel theory of free will and, along the way, rethinks the notions of necessity and possibility.
Duns Scotus attacks the proposal of Aquinas and Henry of Ghent that being is subject to analogy.