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    Jürgen Miethke, The concept of liberty in William of Ockham

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback le Mar 23 Fév - 8:37

    http://www.persee.fr/doc/efr_0000-0000_1991_act_147_1_4164

    "[According to Ockham] people are allowed to judge their ruler according to the performance of his job , to depose the unworthy ruler, and to change the form of installing their rulers." -Jürgen Miethke, "The concept of liberty in William of Ockham", Actes de la table ronde de Rome (12-14 novembre 1987), Publications de l'École française de Rome, Année 1991, Volume 147, Numéro 1, pp. 89-100, p.96.



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