Hello! I am Magali Roques. I am based in Geneva, where I am a scientific collaborator at the Department of Philosophy. I am working on grounding in medieval philosophy. I have been interested in medieval logic since my Master thesis, which dealt with the relation between time and modality in William of Ockham. I just published a book on Ockham’s essentialism, especially the relation between his view of essence and necessity.
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