Peter of John Olivi and other Medieval Texts

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Peter of John Olivi and other Medieval Texts

Tractatus de Sacramentis

by Guidonis de Orchellis
edited by PP. Damiani et Odulphi Van den Eynde, OFM

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ISBN 1-57659-059-3
EAN 978-1-57659-059-1
365 Pages
Tradepaper
1953


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Tractatus de Perspectiva

by John Pecham
edited with an Introduction and Notes by David C. Lindberg
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John Pecham was interested in the entire range of thirteenth-century learning, and he wrote on theology, psychology, natural philospohy, and mathematics. Pecham was a significant figure in the scientific movement of the thirteenth-century.

ISBN 1-57659-051-8
EAN 978-1-57659-051-5
110 Pages
Tradepaper
1972


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Three Saints' Lives by Nicholas Bozon

by Sister M. Amelia (Klenke), OP

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Published in 1947, Sr. Amelia provides the Anglo-Norman original text of Franciscan Friar Nicholas Bozon's original 13th or 14th century poems to Mary Magdeline, Saint Margaret and Saint Martha as well as an English translation.

ISBN 1-57659-082-8
EAN 978-1-57659-083-9
123 Pages
Tradepaper
1947


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The Tractatus De Successivis

attributed to William Ockham
edited by Philotheus Boehner, OFM
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Boehner begins this volume with a biography of Ockham and a bibliography of Ockham. These are followed by The Tractatus De Successivis. Published in 1943, this is the very first book published by The Franciscan Institute.

ISBN 1-57659-292-8
EAN 978-1-57659-292-2
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The Theory of Knowledge of Vital du Four

by John E. Lynch, CSP, PhD
edited by Stephen F. Brown, OFM

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French Franciscan Vital Du Four was a counselor to two popes, Clement V and John XXII, and was a central figure in the poverty controversy of the early fourteenth century. Vital du Four (Bazas, 1260-Avignon, 1327) was a French Franciscan theologian and scholastic philosopher. He became Cardinal in 1312 and bishop of Albano in 1321. This book is principally concerned with the eight disputed questions - De cognitione - which were written at Toulouse between 1297 and 1300; during the time of the great poverty controversy. A number of Vital du Four's works were historically and erroneously attributed to John Duns Scotus. Writing in the period between Bonaventure and Duns Scotus, Vital du Four reflects the influence of Bonaventure and, in turn, influenced Scotus. In Vital du Four, one finds a Franciscan who - even before Scotus - was powerfully affected by the philosophy of Henry of Ghent. He accentuated the primacy of intuition and the importance of the individual in his writings which had a profound affect upon the history of philosophy and theology when they were articulated in the writings of a next-generation philosopher and Franciscan, William of Ockham.

ISBN 1-57659-103-4
EAN 978-1-57659-103-1
216 pages
Tradepaper
1972

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The Sacrament of Confirmation in the Early-Middle Scholastic Period

by Kilian F. Lynch, OFM, STD

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ISBN 1-57659-025-9
EAN 978-1-57659-025-6
256 Pages
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1957


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Super Primim Et Secundum Sententiarum

by Gregorii Ariminensis O.E.S.A.

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Gregory of Rimini (d. 1358), General of the Hermits to St. Augustine, was one of the Fourteenth Century thinkers who were influenced by both the writings of St. Augustine and by Ockhamism. It is not always easy to judge which influence was the stronger in reference to any particular theological or philosophical point. This facsimile of the orignal text will enable more scholars to clarify this issue and to study other significant ideas of a great representative of Late Scholasticism. Copies sold as is with imperfections in printers' cut of pages.

ISBN 1-57659-125-5
EAN 978-1-57659-125-3
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Studies Honoring Ignatius Brady, Friar Minor

edited by Romano Stephen Almagno and Conrad L. Harkins

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This collection of more than 20 essays that are considered to be the nearest the heart, thought, and science of Ignatius Charles Brady and are presented in honor of this 20th century giant of Medieval scholarship.

ISBN 1-57659-029-1
EAN 978-1-57659-029-4
496 pages
Hard Cover
1976

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St. John Damascene DIALECTICA Version of Robert Grosseteste

edited by Owen A. Colligan, OFM

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Saint John of Damascus, also known as John Damascene, (c. 676 – 4 December 749) was a Syrian Christian monk and priest. Born and raised in Damascus, he died at his monastery, Mar Saba, near Jerusalem. A polymath whose fields of interest and contribution included law, theology, philosophy, and music, before being ordained, he served as a Chief Administrator to the Muslim caliph of Damascus, wrote works expounding the Christian faith, and composed hymns which are still in everyday use in Eastern Christian monasteries throughout the world. The Catholic Church regards him as a Doctor of the Church, often referred to as the Doctor of the Assumption due to his writings on the Assumption of Mary.

ISBN 1-57659-362-2
EAN 978-1-57659-362-2
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Spiritual Warfare and Six Other Spiritual Writings of Peter of John Olivi

translation, introduction and notes by Robert J. Karris, OFM
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Release Date: August 2012
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While Peter of John Olivi (d. 1298) is generally classified more as a theologian
and/or philosopher than as a spiritual director, Robert Karris presents
several short works by Olivi which clearly indicate that he was concerned for
the spiritual progress of lay people, too. Besides Olivi’s four spiritual writings
– The Armed Soldier, The Prayer of Thanksgiving, Lessons on Growth in the
Spiritual Life and Remedies against Spiritual Temptations – Karris adds his
treatise on The Lord’s Prayer, on The Seven Sentiments of Christ Jesus, and an
abbreviated version of his commentary on Mary’s response to Gabriel in Luke
1:26-38.
In addition to the works of Olivi, Karris provides a plethora of footnotes to aid
the reader, and in an appendix he has translated two interpretive parallels to
help readers see where Olivi follows traditional lines of thought and where he
diverges into his own unique treatment.
For too long the temptation to dismiss Olivi as a Franciscan reformer who ran afoul of the Roman authorities
after his death has kept his writings in the background of Franciscan scholarship. Now, with this short but penetrating
introduction to another facet of Peter of John Olivi’s ministry, Karris gives us reason to look again and
find new treasures in the life of Olivi which can enrich us today.
Robert J. Karris, OFM, ThD, Robert J. Karris, OFM, ThD,

ISBN 1-57659-355-X
EAN 978-1-57659-344-8
120 Pages
Tradepaper
2012


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