Ockham distinguieshed two kinds of necessity: one absolute and one hypothetical. Absolute necessity is expressed by a proposition that has to be asserted, otherwise it will be contradictry. Hypothetical necessity is expressed by a necessary conditional proposition, although the antecedent and the consequent are contingent.

Muller, P. A. M., Necessity of the Past and potentia Dei in William of Ockham., in Les philopohies morales et politiques au Moyen Age, (Ottawa, 17-22 August 1992), legas, Ottawa 1995: 892-902 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/18249]

Necessity of the Past and potentia Dei in William of Ockham.

Muller
1995

Abstract

Ockham distinguieshed two kinds of necessity: one absolute and one hypothetical. Absolute necessity is expressed by a proposition that has to be asserted, otherwise it will be contradictry. Hypothetical necessity is expressed by a necessary conditional proposition, although the antecedent and the consequent are contingent.
Inglese
Les philopohies morales et politiques au Moyen Age
Les philosophes et politiques au Moyen Age. Actes du ixe congres international de philosophie medievale.
Ottawa
17-ago-1992
22-ago-1992
0-921252-48-x
Muller, P. A. M., Necessity of the Past and potentia Dei in William of Ockham., in Les philopohies morales et politiques au Moyen Age, (Ottawa, 17-22 August 1992), legas, Ottawa 1995: 892-902 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/18249]
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