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A Companion to Philosphy in the Middle Ages

Jorge GraciaTimothy Noone

A Companion to Philosphy in the Middle Ages

Jorge GraciaTimothy Noone

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List of Contributors. Preface. Chronological List of Philosophers. Philosophy in the Middle Ages: An Introduction: Jorge J. E. Gracia (State University of New York at Buffalo). Part I: The Historical Context: The Ancient Philosophical Legacy and its Transmission to the Middle Ages: Charles H. Lohr (University of Freibourg). The Patristic Background: Stephen F. Brown (Boston College). Philosophy in the Latin Christian West: 750-1050: Peter King (Ohio State University). The School of Chartres: Winthrop Wetherbee (Cornell University). Religious Orders: M. Michele Mulchahey (Fordham University) and Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America). Scholasticism: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America). The Parisian Condemnations of 1270 and 1277: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America). Part II: The Authors: Adam de Wodeham: Rega Wood (Stanford University). Adelard of Bath: Jeremiah Hackett (The Pennsylvania State University). Alan of Lille: John Marenbon (Cambridge University). Albert of Saxony: Edward Grant (Indiana University). Albertus Magnus: Mechthild Dreyer (Albertus Magnus Institute, Cologne). Albumasar (Abu Ma'shar): Jeremiah Hackett (South Carolina University). Alexander of Hales: Christopher M. Cullen (Fordham University). Alfarabi (Al-Farabi): Deborah L. Black (University of Toronto). Algazali (Al-Ghazali): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America). Alhacen (Al-Hasan): David C. Lindberg (University of Wisconsin, Madison). Alkindi (Al-Kindi): Jean Jolivet (University of Paris). Alrazi (Al-Razi): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America). Anselm of Canterbury: Jasper Hopkins (University of Minnesota). Arnaldus de Villanova: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires). Augustine: Scott MacDonald (Cornell University). Avempace (Ibn Bajjah): Idris Samawi Hamid (Colorado State University). Avencebrol (Ibn Gabirol): Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University). Averroes (Ibn Rushd): Richard C. Taylor (Marquette University). Avicenna (Ibn Sina): David B. Burrell (University of Notre Dame). Bernard of Clairvaux: Brian Patrick McGuire (Roskilde University, Denmark). Berthold of Moosburg: Bruce Milem (University of Oregon). Boethius: John Magee, (University of Toronto). Boethius of Dacia: B. Carlos Bazan (University of Ottawa). Bonaventure: Andreas Speer (University of Wurzburg). Dante Alighieri: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America). Denys the Carthusian: Kent Emery, Jr. (University of Notre Dame). Dietrich of Freiberg: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University). Dominicus Gundissalinus: R. E. Houser (University of St. Thomas, Houston). Durand of St. Pourain: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen). Francis of Marchia: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen). Francis of Meyronnes: Roberto Lambertini (University of Macerata). Gabriel Biel: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen). Gaetano of Thiene: Stephen E. Lahey (Le Moyne College). Gersonides: Sarah Pessin (Ohio State University). Gilbert of Poitiers: John Marenbon (Cambridge University). Giles of Rome: Silvia Donati (University of Padua). Godfrey of Fontaines: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America). Gonsalvo of Spain: A. G. Traver (Southeastern Louisiana University). Gregory of Rimini: Jack Zupko (Emory University). Guido Terrena: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires). Hasdai Crescas: Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University). Henry of Ghent: R. Wielockx (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome). Henry of Harclay: Mark G. Henninger (University of Detroit). Hervaeus Natalis: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University). Heymeric of Camp: Peter J. Cassarella (The Catholic University of America). Hildegard of Bingen: Bruce Milem (Univer

- Publisher This comprehensive reference volume features essays by some of the most distinguished scholars in the field. ^Provides a comprehensive "who's who" guide to medieval philosophers. ^Offers a refreshing mix of essays providing historical context followed by 140 alphabetically arranged entries on individual thinkers. ^Constitutes an extensively cross-referenced and indexed source. ^Written by a distinguished cast of philosophers. ^Spans the history of medieval philosophy from the fourth century AD to the fifteenth century.

- Publisher ist of Contributors.reface.hronological List of Philosophers.hilosophy in the Middle Ages: An Introduction: Jorge J. E. Gracia (State University of New York at Buffalo).art I: The Historical Context:he Ancient Philosophical Legacy and its Transmission to the Middle Ages: Charles H. Lohr (University of Freibourg).he Patristic Background: Stephen F. Brown (Boston College).hilosophy in the Latin Christian West: 750-1050: Peter King (Ohio State University).he School of Chartres: Winthrop Wetherbee (Cornell University).eligious Orders: M. Michele Mulchahey (Fordham University) and Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America).cholasticism: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America).he Parisian Condemnations of 1270 and 1277: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America).art II: The Authors:dam de Wodeham: Rega Wood (Stanford University).delard of Bath: Jeremiah Hackett (The Pennsylvania State University).lan of Lille: John Marenbon (Cambridge University).lbert of Saxony: Edward Grant (Indiana University).lbertus Magnus: Mechthild Dreyer (Albertus Magnus Institute, Cologne).lbumasar (Abu Ma''shar): Jeremiah Hackett (South Carolina University).lexander of Hales: Christopher M. Cullen (Fordham University).lfarabi (Al-Farabi): Deborah L. Black (University of Toronto).lgazali (Al-Ghazali): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America).lhacen (Al-Hasan): David C. Lindberg (University of Wisconsin, Madison).lkindi (Al-Kindi): Jean Jolivet (University of Paris).lrazi (Al-Razi): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America).nselm of Canterbury: Jasper Hopkins (University of Minnesota).rnaldus de Villanova: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires).ugustine: Scott MacDonald (Cornell University).vempace (Ibn Bajjah): Idris Samawi Hamid (Colorado State University).vencebrol (Ibn Gabirol): Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University).verroes (Ibn Rushd): Richard C. Taylor (Marquette University).vicenna (Ibn Sina): David B. Burrell (University of Notre Dame).ernard of Clairvaux: Brian Patrick McGuire (Roskilde University, Denmark).erthold of Moosburg: Bruce Milem (University of Oregon).oethius: John Magee, (University of Toronto).oethius of Dacia: B. Carlos Bazan (University of Ottawa).onaventure: Andreas Speer (University of Wurzburg).ante Alighieri: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America).enys the Carthusian: Kent Emery, Jr. (University of Notre Dame).ietrich of Freiberg: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University).ominicus Gundissalinus: R. E. Houser (University of St. Thomas, Houston).urand of St. Pourain: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).rancis of Marchia: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).rancis of Meyronnes: Roberto Lambertini (University of Macerata).abriel Biel: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).aetano of Thiene: Stephen E. Lahey (Le Moyne College).ersonides: Sarah Pessin (Ohio State University).ilbert of Poitiers: John Marenbon (Cambridge University).iles of Rome: Silvia Donati (University of Padua).odfrey of Fontaines: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America).onsalvo of Spain: A. G. Traver (Southeastern Louisiana University).regory of Rimini: Jack Zupko (Emory University).uido Terrena: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires).asdai Crescas: Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University).enry of Ghent: R. Wielockx (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome).enry of Harclay: Mark G. Henninger (University of Detroit).ervaeus Natalis: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University).eymeric of Camp: Peter J. Cassarella (The Catholic University of America).ildegard of Bingen: Bruce Milem (University of Oregon).ugh of St. Victor: Michael Gorman (The Catholic University of America).saac Israeli: Sarah Pessin (Ohio State University).sidore of Seville: Sandro D''Onofrio (University of San Ignacio).ames of Metz: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).ames of Viterbo: Mark D. Gossiaux (St. John''s University).ean de la Rochelle: Gerard S

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List of Contributors. Preface. Chronological List of Philosophers. Philosophy in the Middle Ages: An Introduction: Jorge J. E. Gracia (State University of New York at Buffalo). Part I: The Historical Context: The Ancient Philosophical Legacy and its Transmission to the Middle Ages: Charles H. Lohr (University of Freibourg). The Patristic Background: Stephen F. Brown (Boston College). Philosophy in the Latin Christian West: 750-1050: Peter King (Ohio State University). The School of Chartres: Winthrop Wetherbee (Cornell University). Religious Orders: M. Michele Mulchahey (Fordham University) and Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America). Scholasticism: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America). The Parisian Condemnations of 1270 and 1277: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America). Part II: The Authors: Adam de Wodeham: Rega Wood (Stanford University). Adelard of Bath: Jeremiah Hackett (The Pennsylvania State University). Alan of Lille: John Marenbon (Cambridge University). Albert of Saxony: Edward Grant (Indiana University). Albertus Magnus: Mechthild Dreyer (Albertus Magnus Institute, Cologne). Albumasar (Abu Ma'shar): Jeremiah Hackett (South Carolina University). Alexander of Hales: Christopher M. Cullen (Fordham University). Alfarabi (Al-Farabi): Deborah L. Black (University of Toronto). Algazali (Al-Ghazali): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America). Alhacen (Al-Hasan): David C. Lindberg (University of Wisconsin, Madison). Alkindi (Al-Kindi): Jean Jolivet (University of Paris). Alrazi (Al-Razi): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America). Anselm of Canterbury: Jasper Hopkins (University of Minnesota). Arnaldus de Villanova: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires). Augustine: Scott MacDonald (Cornell University). Avempace (Ibn Bajjah): Idris Samawi Hamid (Colorado State University). Avencebrol (Ibn Gabirol): Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University). Averroes (Ibn Rushd): Richard C. Taylor (Marquette University). Avicenna (Ibn Sina): David B. Burrell (University of Notre Dame). Bernard of Clairvaux: Brian Patrick McGuire (Roskilde University, Denmark). Berthold of Moosburg: Bruce Milem (University of Oregon). Boethius: John Magee, (University of Toronto). Boethius of Dacia: B. Carlos Bazan (University of Ottawa). Bonaventure: Andreas Speer (University of Wurzburg). Dante Alighieri: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America). Denys the Carthusian: Kent Emery, Jr. (University of Notre Dame). Dietrich of Freiberg: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University). Dominicus Gundissalinus: R. E. Houser (University of St. Thomas, Houston). Durand of St. Pourain: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen). Francis of Marchia: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen). Francis of Meyronnes: Roberto Lambertini (University of Macerata). Gabriel Biel: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen). Gaetano of Thiene: Stephen E. Lahey (Le Moyne College). Gersonides: Sarah Pessin (Ohio State University). Gilbert of Poitiers: John Marenbon (Cambridge University). Giles of Rome: Silvia Donati (University of Padua). Godfrey of Fontaines: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America). Gonsalvo of Spain: A. G. Traver (Southeastern Louisiana University). Gregory of Rimini: Jack Zupko (Emory University). Guido Terrena: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires). Hasdai Crescas: Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University). Henry of Ghent: R. Wielockx (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome). Henry of Harclay: Mark G. Henninger (University of Detroit). Hervaeus Natalis: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University). Heymeric of Camp: Peter J. Cassarella (The Catholic University of America). Hildegard of Bingen: Bruce Milem (Univer
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This comprehensive reference volume features essays by some of the most distinguished scholars in the field. ^Provides a comprehensive "who's who" guide to medieval philosophers. ^Offers a refreshing mix of essays providing historical context followed by 140 alphabetically arranged entries on individual thinkers. ^Constitutes an extensively cross-referenced and indexed source. ^Written by a distinguished cast of philosophers. ^Spans the history of medieval philosophy from the fourth century AD to the fifteenth century.
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ist of Contributors.reface.hronological List of Philosophers.hilosophy in the Middle Ages: An Introduction: Jorge J. E. Gracia (State University of New York at Buffalo).art I: The Historical Context:he Ancient Philosophical Legacy and its Transmission to the Middle Ages: Charles H. Lohr (University of Freibourg).he Patristic Background: Stephen F. Brown (Boston College).hilosophy in the Latin Christian West: 750-1050: Peter King (Ohio State University).he School of Chartres: Winthrop Wetherbee (Cornell University).eligious Orders: M. Michele Mulchahey (Fordham University) and Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America).cholasticism: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America).he Parisian Condemnations of 1270 and 1277: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America).art II: The Authors:dam de Wodeham: Rega Wood (Stanford University).delard of Bath: Jeremiah Hackett (The Pennsylvania State University).lan of Lille: John Marenbon (Cambridge University).lbert of Saxony: Edward Grant (Indiana University).lbertus Magnus: Mechthild Dreyer (Albertus Magnus Institute, Cologne).lbumasar (Abu Ma''shar): Jeremiah Hackett (South Carolina University).lexander of Hales: Christopher M. Cullen (Fordham University).lfarabi (Al-Farabi): Deborah L. Black (University of Toronto).lgazali (Al-Ghazali): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America).lhacen (Al-Hasan): David C. Lindberg (University of Wisconsin, Madison).lkindi (Al-Kindi): Jean Jolivet (University of Paris).lrazi (Al-Razi): Therese-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America).nselm of Canterbury: Jasper Hopkins (University of Minnesota).rnaldus de Villanova: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires).ugustine: Scott MacDonald (Cornell University).vempace (Ibn Bajjah): Idris Samawi Hamid (Colorado State University).vencebrol (Ibn Gabirol): Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University).verroes (Ibn Rushd): Richard C. Taylor (Marquette University).vicenna (Ibn Sina): David B. Burrell (University of Notre Dame).ernard of Clairvaux: Brian Patrick McGuire (Roskilde University, Denmark).erthold of Moosburg: Bruce Milem (University of Oregon).oethius: John Magee, (University of Toronto).oethius of Dacia: B. Carlos Bazan (University of Ottawa).onaventure: Andreas Speer (University of Wurzburg).ante Alighieri: Timothy B. Noone (The Catholic University of America).enys the Carthusian: Kent Emery, Jr. (University of Notre Dame).ietrich of Freiberg: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University).ominicus Gundissalinus: R. E. Houser (University of St. Thomas, Houston).urand of St. Pourain: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).rancis of Marchia: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).rancis of Meyronnes: Roberto Lambertini (University of Macerata).abriel Biel: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).aetano of Thiene: Stephen E. Lahey (Le Moyne College).ersonides: Sarah Pessin (Ohio State University).ilbert of Poitiers: John Marenbon (Cambridge University).iles of Rome: Silvia Donati (University of Padua).odfrey of Fontaines: John F. Wippel (The Catholic University of America).onsalvo of Spain: A. G. Traver (Southeastern Louisiana University).regory of Rimini: Jack Zupko (Emory University).uido Terrena: Francisco Bertelloni (University of Buenos Aires).asdai Crescas: Tamar Rudavsky (Ohio State University).enry of Ghent: R. Wielockx (Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome).enry of Harclay: Mark G. Henninger (University of Detroit).ervaeus Natalis: Roland J. Teske (Marquette University).eymeric of Camp: Peter J. Cassarella (The Catholic University of America).ildegard of Bingen: Bruce Milem (University of Oregon).ugh of St. Victor: Michael Gorman (The Catholic University of America).saac Israeli: Sarah Pessin (Ohio State University).sidore of Seville: Sandro D''Onofrio (University of San Ignacio).ames of Metz: Russell L. Friedman (University of Copenhagen).ames of Viterbo: Mark D. Gossiaux (St. John''s University).ean de la Rochelle: Gerard S
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Table Of Contents

  • :

    list Of Contributors Xii

    preface Xv

    chronological List Xviii

    philosophy In The Middle Ages: An Introduction 1
    jorge J. E. Gracia

    part I: The Historical Context

    1 The Ancient Philosophical Legacy And Its Transmission To The Middle Ages 15
    charles H. Lohr

    2 The Patristic Background 23
    stephen F. Brown

    3 Philosophy In The Latin Christian West: 750–1050 32
    peter King

    4 The School Of Chartres 36
    winthrop Wetherbee

    5 Religious Orders 45
    m. Michle Mulchahey And Timothy B. Noone

    6 Scholasticism 55
    timothy B. Noone

    7 The Parisian Condemnations Of 1270 And 1277 65
    john F. Wippel

    part Ii: The Authors

    1 Adam Of Wodeham 77
    rega Wood

    2 Adelard Of Bath 86
    jeremiah Hackett

    3 Alan Of Lille 88
    john Marenbon

    4 Albert Of Saxony 90
    edward Grant

    5 Albertus Magnus 92
    mechthild Dreyer

    6 Albumasar (abu Ma’shar) 102
    jeremiah Hackett

    7 Alexander Of Hales 104
    christopher M. Cullen

    8 Alfarabi (al-farab) 109
    deborah L. Black

    9 Algazali (al-ghazal) 118
    thrse-anne Druart

    10 Alhacen (al-hasan) 127
    david C. Lindberg

    11 Alkindi (al-kindi) 129
    jean Jolivet

    12 Alrazi (al-raz) 136
    thrse-anne Druart

    13 Anselm Of Canterbury 138
    jasper Hopkins

    14 Arnaldus Of Villanova 152
    francisco Bertelloni

    15 Augustine 154
    scott Macdonald

    16 Avempace (ibn Bjjah) 172
    idris Samawi Hamid

    17 Avencebrol (ibn Gabirol) 174
    tamar Rudavsky

    18 Averroes (ibn Rushd) 182
    richard C. Taylor

    19 Avicenna (ibn Sna) 196
    david B. Burrell

    20 Bernard Of Clairvaux 209
    brian Patrick Mcguire

    21 Berthold Of Moosburg 215
    bruce Milem

    22 Boethius 217
    john Magee

    23 Boethius Of Dacia 227
    b. Carlos Bazn

    24 Bonaventure 233
    andreas Speer

    25 Dante Alighieri 241
    timothy B. Noone

    26 Denys The Carthusian 243
    kent Emery, Jr.

    27 Dietrich Of Freiberg 245
    roland J. Teske

    28 Dominicus Gundissalinus 247
    r. E. Houser

    29 Durand Of St. Pourain 249
    russell L. Friedman

    30 Francis Of Marchia 254
    russell L. Friedman

    31 Francis Of Meyronnes 256
    roberto Lambertini

    32 Gabriel Biel 258
    russell L. Friedman

    33 Gaetano Of Thiene 260
    stephen E. Lahey

    34 Gersonides 262
    sarah Pessin

    35 Gilbert Of Poitiers 264
    john Marenbon

    36 Giles Of Rome 266
    silvia Donati

    37 Godfrey Of Fontaines 272
    john F. Wippel

    38 Gonsalvo Of Spain 281
    a. G. Traver

    39 Gregory Of Rimini 283
    jack Zupko

    40 Guido Terrena 291
    francisco Bertelloni

    41 Hasdai Crescas 293
    tamar Rudavsky

    42 Henry Of Ghent 296
    r. Wielockx

    43 Henry Of Harclay 305
    mark G. Henninger

    44 Hervaeus Natalis 314
    roland J. Teske

    45 Heymeric Of Camp 316
    peter J. Casarella

    46 Hildegard Of Bingen 318
    bruce Milem

    47 Hugh Of St. Victor 320
    michael Gorman

    48 Isaac Israeli 326
    sarah Pessin

    49 Isidore Of Seville 328
    sandro D’onofrio

    50 James Of Metz 330
    russell L. Friedman

    51 James Of Viterbo 332
    mark D. Gossiaux

    52 Jean De La Rochelle 334
    grard Sondag

    53 Jerome Of Prague 336
    jonathan J. Sanford

    54 John Baconthorpe 338
    richard Cross

    55 John Buridan 340
    gyula Klima

    56 John Capreolus 349
    kevin White

    57 John Dumbleton 351
    edith Dudley Sylla

    58 John Duns Scotus 353
    stephen D. Dumont

    59 John Gerson 370
    james B. South

    60 John Of Jandun 372
    james B. South

    61 John Of Mirecourt 377
    mauricio Beuchot

    62 John Of Paris 382
    russell L. Friedman

    63 John Pecham 384
    girard J. Etzkorn

    64 John Philoponus 388
    james B. South

    65 John Of Reading 390
    kimberly Georgedes

    66 John Of Salisbury 392
    c. H. Kneepkens

    67 John Scotus Eriugena 397
    carlos Steel And D. W. Hadley

    68 John Wyclif 407
    john D. Kronen

    69 Landulph Caracciolo 409
    christopher Schabel

    70 Marsilius Of Inghen 411
    maarten J. F. M. Hoenen

    71 Marsilius Of Padua 413
    francisco Bertelloni

    72 Martin Of Dacia 421
    jos Luis Rivera

    73 Matthew Of Aquasparta 423
    r. E. Houser

    74 Maximus Confessor 432
    eric D. Perl

    75 Meister Eckhart 434
    jan A. Aertsen

    76 Michael Of Massa 443
    christopher Schabel

    77 Moses Maimonides 445
    alfred L. Ivry

    78 Nicholas Of Autrecourt 458
    mauricio Beuchot

    79 Nicholas Of Cusa 466
    louis Dupr And Nancy Hudson

    80 Nicole Oresme 475
    edward Grant

    81 Paul Of Pergula 481
    stephen E. Lahey

    82 Paul Of Venice 483
    alan Perreiah

    83 Peter Abelard 485
    john Marenbon

    84 Peter Auriol 494
    lauge Olaf Nielsen

    85 Peter Of Auvergne 504
    robert Andrews

    86 Peter Of Candia 506
    christopher Schabel

    87 Peter Ceffons 508
    christopher Schabel

    88 Peter Damian 510
    jonathan J. Sanford

    89 Peter Helias 512
    c. H. Kneepkens

    90 Peter Lombard 514
    philipp W. Rosemann

    91 Peter Olivi 516
    franois-xavier Putallaz

    92 Peter De Rivo 524
    christopher Schabel

    93 Peter Of Spain 526
    gyula Klima

    94 Peter The Venerable 532
    jonathan J. Sanford

    95 Philip The Chancellor 534
    r. E. Houser

    96 Pierre D’ailly 536
    richard A. Lee, Jr.

    97 Pierre De Maricourt 538
    jos Luis Rivera

    98 Pseudo-dionysius 540
    eric D. Perl

    99 Radulphus Brito 550
    gordon A. Wilson

    100 Ralph Strode 552
    kimberly Georgedes

    101 Ramon Lull 553
    charles H. Lohr

    102 Richard Brinkley 559
    kimberly Georgedes

    103 Richard Of Campsall 561
    kimberly Georgedes

    104 Richard Fishacre 563
    r. James Long

    105 Richard Fitzralph 569
    kimberly Georgedes

    106 Richard Kilvington 571
    edith Dudley Sylla

    107 Richard Of Middleton 573
    richard Cross

    108 Richard Rufus Of Cornwall 579
    rega Wood

    109 Richard Of St. Victor 588
    kent Emery, Jr.

    110 Richard Swineshead 595
    edith Dudley Sylla

    111 Robert Grosseteste 597
    neil Lewis

    112 Robert Of Halifax 607
    kimberly Georgedes

    113 Robert Holcot 609
    kimberly Georgedes

    114 Robert Kilwardby 611
    a. Broadie

    115 Roger Bacon 616
    jeremiah Hackett

    116 Roger Marston 626
    gordon A. Wilson

    117 Saadiah 630
    sarah Pessin

    118 Siger Of Brabant 632
    b. Carlos Bazn

    119 Simon Of Faversham 641
    john Longeway

    120 Thomas Aquinas 643
    brian Davies

    121 Thomas Bradwardine 660
    stephen E. Lahey

    122 Thomas Of Erfurt 662
    mauricio Beuchot

    123 Thomas Of Sutton 664
    gyula Klima

    124 Thomas Wilton 666
    cecilia Trifogli

    125 Ulrich Of Strassburg 668
    kent Emery, Jr.

    126 Vital Du Four 670
    a. G. Traver

    127 Walter Burley 672
    m. C. Sommers

    128 Walter Chatton 674
    girard J. Etzkorn

    129 William Of Alnwick 676
    stephen D. Dumont

    130 William Arnaud 678
    stephen E. Lahey

    131 William Of Auvergne 680
    roland J. Teske

    132 William Of Auxerre 688
    jack Zupko

    133 William Of Champeaux 690
    john Marenbon

    134 William Crathorn 692
    robert Pasnau

    135 William Heytesbury 694
    john Longeway

    136 William Of Ockham 696
    timothy B. Noone

    137 William Of Sherwood 713
    john Longeway

    138 William Of Ware 718
    richard Cross

    select Topical Bibliography 720

    index Of Names 725

    index Of Subjects 731

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