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Peter of John Olivi and other Medieval Texts

De Puritate Artis Logicae Tractatus Longior

by Walter Burleigh, edited by Phiotheus Boehner

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This edition of a masterpiece of genuine scholastic Logic was published in 1955. It contains the critical editions of two 13th century manuscripts written by the Englishman Magister Walter Burleigh containing his systemic work on Logic. Burleigh was a Friar Minor and medieval philosopher, b. in 1275 and d. in 1337. He was preceptor to Edward, Prince of Wales, who afterward ascended the throne as Edward III in 1327. At Oxford he was the school-fellow of William of Occam, both being disciples of Duns Scotus. He taught at Paris for some time and was known as the Plain and Perspicuous Doctor (Doctor planus et perspicuus). Burleigh figured prominently in the dispute concerning the nature of universals.

ISBN 1-57659-057-7
EAN 978-1-57659-057-7
264 pages
Tradepaper
1955

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Henrici de Werla, OFM: Opera Omnia

by Henrici de Werla, OFM
edited by Sophronius Clasen, OFM

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Latin Text

ISBN 1-57659-056-9
EAN 978-1-57659-056-0
111 Pages
1955


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Henry of Ghent: Summae Qquasionum Irdinariarum - Volume II

by Henry of Ghent

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Reprint of the 1520 Edition

ISBN 1-57659-050-X
EAN 978-1-57659-050-8
1953


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Henry of Ghent: Summae Quaestionum Ordinariarum - Volume I

by Henry of Ghent

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Reprint of the 1520 Edition

ISBN 1-57659-049-6
EAN 978-1-57659-049-2
1953


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History of the Controversy Over the Debitum Peccati

by Juniper P. Carol, OFM
edited by George Marcil, OFM

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The effort to disassociate the Mother of Christ from the tragedy of Eden has root in the earliest tradition of Christianity. Yet the extent of that disassociation has caused much discussion among scholars. The theological debate was partially settled by the dogmatic pronouncement embodied in the Bull Ineffabilis Deus of 1854. Still some disputed aspects of the doctrine concerning Mary's Immaculate Conception were untouched by papal definition, thus leaving the matter open to further discussion by theologians. One of these disputed aspects concerns the so-called debitum peccati in Our Lady. The object of this work is to study the genesis of the spirited debate between deitists and anti-dietists regarding the Immaculate Conception.

ISBN 1-57659-026-7
EAN 978-1-57659-026-3
260 pages
Tradepaper
1978

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Identity and Distinction in Petrus Thomae

by Geoffrey G. Bridges, OFM

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Petrus Thomae taught and wrote in the first half of the fourteenth century. He belonged to the first group of Formalists, as the proponents of the formal distinction immediately after Scotus were called. Apparently, he was an outstanding light, even though at present he is so little known. The study in this book is presented in three major parts. Part I investigates Peter's teaching on the nature and kinds of identity. Part II takes up the nature and kinds of distinction. Part III concludes with a study of the distinction of the categories. Because the Spanish Franciscan Friar Petrus Thomae (died about 1350) was an immediate disciple of John Duns Scotus, it is natural that his doctrine reflects the teaching of the master and contributes to its better understanding. The important place which the formal distinction occupies in the system of Scotus is well known. Petrus Thomae composed an extensive work entitled De Formalitatibus, in which he explains and defends this much-criticized Scotistic position.

ISBN 1-57659-102-6
EAN 978-1-57659-102-4
186 pages
Tradepaper
1959

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John de la Rochelle – Eleven Marian Sermons

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John de la Rochelle – Eleven Marian Sermons

This volume contains John de la Rochelle’s Marian sermons which contain specific treatment of Marian doctrine and includes four sermons on the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, four sermons on the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, one sermon on the Annunciation, one on the Purification and one on the Nativity of the Lord.

ISBN 1-57659-054-2
EAN 978-1-57659-054-6
103 Pages
Tradepaper
1961

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Lectura Secunda (Quaestiones in I Sententiarum Petri Lombardi), Adam de Wodeham, Set

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Adam de Wodeham († 1358), a Franciscan philosopher and theologian, was the most brilliant disciple of William of Ockham († 1347), and a competent and reliable interpreter of the teaching of his master. The publication of his previously unedited work is a sequel and complement to the edition of William of Ockham’s Opera Philosophica et Theologica.

In the prologue Wodeham questions what evidence is accessible to us in the present life. The first three questions of Distinction 1 deal with the nature of science generally, and specifically with theology as a science.
Only after a significant discussion concerning these questions does Wodeham proceed to fruition and beatific vision, the subjects with which most authors begin Distinction 1. From the end of volume I, through the Distinctiones in volumes II and III, Wodeham follows the order of Peter Lombard’s Sentences.

This set includes:

Volume I
Prologus et distinctio 1
edited by Rega Wood.

Volume II
Distinctiones 2-7
edited by (†) Gedeon Gál, OFM.

Volume III
Distinctiones 8-26
edited by Rega Wood.

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Marci de Urbi Veteri: Liber De Moralitatibus, Set

Edited by Girard Etzkorn

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The work compiled by Marcus of Orvieto is titled Liber de Moralitatibus. It falls into the category of exempla literature, in this case, a sourcebook for preachers. Marcus follows a strategy of giving physical descriptions of an item followed by its spiritual significance bolstered by scripture quotes and examples. Marcus uses the
work of his Confrere Bartholomew of England’s De proprietatibus rerum and fills his text with simple comparisons, analogies and similes intended to help the preacher’s audience remember the spiritual meaning to be found in the world around them.

Marcus of Orvieto is firmly fixed in the tradition of Bonaventure, for whom wisdom was eminently superior to knowledge, citing him frequently, particularly from the Legenda maior, and also from the Commentary on Luke. In the Middle Ages, sermons constituted important cultural events in the daily and weekly lives of what was in Western Europe a largely Christian population. Thus, by providing a “handbook” for preachers, Marcus
provided a valuable service to the cultural milieu of his time. Edited by Girard J. Etzkorn
Volume I
2005: 525 p.
Hc 978-1-57659-135-2 $75.00
Volume II
2005: 498 p.
Hc 978-1-57659-136-9 $75.00
Volume III
2005: 395 p.
Hc 978-1-57659-137-6 $75.00


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Medieval Franciscans: Friars and Jews in the Middle Ages, The

edited by Steven J. McMichael and Susan E. Myers

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This volume deals with friars, especially the Franciscans and Dominicans, in their writing and preaching about Jews and Judaism in the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

2004: 316 p.
Hc 978-1-00411-398-3
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