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'Nothing Grows'

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Abaelard’s followers in the twelfth century were known as the Nominales (the Nominalists), and one of the claims for which they were famous was ‘Nothing grows’. This seminar will examine twelfth century theories of parts and wholes and the arguments for and against this claim. Further details from: http://www.phil.cam.ac.uk/news_events/medieval_philosophy.html. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.

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