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What is a Law of Nature 

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Resource ID

28864

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Contributed by

Frederik Wellmann

type of material

A. MS.

description

The meaning of the phrase "Law of Nature," and the history of its usage. The Aristotelian theory of growth and potentiality. Scholastic realism and substantial forms. The anti-Aristotelianism of Ockham. The Cartesian view of "law." Seventeenth-century atheism in England. Modern nominalism.

general index

Descartes RenĀ» ., Form, substantial, Cartesian view of Law(s), Law(s) of nature, Nominalism, Ockham William of, Scholastic Realism, Religion, Scholastic realism

pagination

pp. 1-40, with variants

Date

1901~?

number

MS0870_035

abbreviated title

(Law of Nat)

date (Robin)

c. 1901?

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 Public : MS_0870
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