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In his logic Toletus contrasted 'ens reale' with 'ens rationis', not 'intentionale' (1596, 'In librvm Categorivm', 'De praedicamentis in communi', qi, concl. 2, p. , q6, ai-2, pp. 137— 44). Ockham, as might be expected, denied that intentional being can be a species of real being: 'ilia species non habet esse intentionale vel spirituale, quia hoc dicere includit contradictionem, quia omne ens extra animam est vera et verum esse reale habet suo modo' (William of Ockham, Quaestiones in librum sententiarum, III, q2 (William of Ockham 1967-86, vol.
Op. omn. 3, pp. 722-38); Toletus 1596, 'In librum Porphyrii', q2 (p. 27b). , I q76 a5; q84 a7; q85 ai; q85 a3; and on Duns Scotus, Wolter 1990, chaps. 2, 5. These authors differed on whether knowledge pertains only to universals or includes particulars. 11 Thomas Aquinas 1968b; Duns Scotus, Super libros Aristotelis De anima (Duns Scotus 1891—95, vol. 3, pp. 472—642); Collegium Conimbricense 1600; Melanchthon, Liber de anima (Melanchthon 1834-60, vol. 13, pp. 5-178); Rubius 1620; Toletus 1594; Zabarella 1606.
1, qi a6 (pp. 62-3); q6 a2 (pp. 5, qi-6 (pp. 369-408); Eustachius a Sancto Paulo 1638, 'Physica', III. 1, disp. 1 q$ (p. 4, disp. 2 q7—8, 10 (pp. 4-5 (pp. 8 (Su. Op. omn. 3, pp. 7, q2i. , I q78 ai; q84 a6—7; 1968b , q4, ad 1; Quaestiones disputatae de verilate, qio a6 ad 7 (Thomas Aquinas 1882- , vol. 22, p. 314a); Duns Scotus, De anima, qi7 (Duns Scotus 1891-5, vol. 3, pp. 58oa~582a); Ordinatio I, d3, pt. 3, q3 (Duns Scotus 1950—, vol. 3, pp. 330-8). Collegium Conimbricense 1607, pt. 2, 'De interpretatione', chap.