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The philosophers of that time who were teaching in the Italian universities, or in those of Paris or Oxford, were to all intents and purposes Ockhamists, followers of the logica moderna, that is of nominalistic or terministic logic.
RENAISSANCE HUMANISM NICOLA ABBAGNANO 1968
In philosophy he was the chief exponent of the nominalistic or terministic tendency which was then prevalent at the
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman 1840-1916 1913