Did Siger of Brabant influence William of Ockham?
Kind of an obscure question, perhaps, but I'd like to know if Siger of Brabant influenced William of Ockham, particularly with regard to how they viewed the relationship between faith and reason. Both are said to be scholastics who separated the two in some way. So did Siger influence Will? Or was it just a coincidence?
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