Another work on the Physics ascribed to Ockham was preserved at Assisi, and perhaps is there still: inc. prol.
The works of Ockham (fourteenth century) have not been collected.
He had laid aside his title, and went in daily with the other workmen, requesting them to call him simply Ockham.
Ockham village, with its church and park, is south-east of Ripley by a mile or so.
Ockham in particular falls very short of what I had expected; and his nominalism is strangely different from that of Berkeley.
She said that that of itself would account for many of Ockham's eccentricities.
Wood says that Ockham received the last title from the Pope.
Ockham seems to have written no distinct work on morals, though another is attributed to him by a careless blunder.
William of Ockham repeated the phrase with emphasis; there is nothing real except the individual.
The following treatises by Ockham are mentioned by Leland, Wadding, and others, but have not been identified.