The amount addresses the old context of Henry, e.g. his writings and his participation within the occasions of 1277; examines Henrys theology, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics; and stories Henrys effect on John Duns Scotus and Pico della Mirandola.
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Now then, Godfrey obviously takes the agreement of the masters with Giles’s proposition as the norm for the interpretation of the decree of March. In so doing he supposes that it was the process of Giles which came after the decree of March. If the decree of March had not preceded also the “propositio magistralis” by which the masters agreed under (and against) Tempier on Giles’s proposition, Henry would have had an easy task to make the opposite conclusion prevail by virtue of the same hermeneutical principle.
Zwaene114 Lucien Bellemare, Les “Quaestiones super VIII libros Physicorum” attribuées à Henri de Gand (Ms. Erfurt, Amplon. F. , ff. ra–rb), (Etude sur l’authenticité de l’oeuvre. Etude et texte des Questions sur les livres I et II) (Université Catholique de Louvain. Institut Supérieur de philosophie. , (Louvain, ), pp. , “Authenticité des commentaries de Paris et de Bologne sur la Physique attribuées à Henri de Gand,” La Filosofia della natura nel medioevo (Atti del terzo Congresso Internazionale de Filosofia medioevale, Passo della Mendola (Trento), agosto– settembre ), (Milano, ), pp.
P. Porro, “Henry of Ghent on Ordained and Absolute Power,” Henry of Ghent and the Transformation of Scholastic Thought, ed. G. Guldentops—C. Steel (Leuven, ), pp. –. 83 R. Macken, Bibliotheca. manuscripta, II, p. ; Henry of Ghent, Quodlibet I, ed. R. Macken, p. xxiv; P. Porro, “Bibliography,” p. . 84 R. Macken, Bibliotheca manuscripta, II, pp. –; Henry of Ghent, Quodlibet I, ed. R. Macken, p. xxiv; P. Porro, “Bibliography,” p. . 85 R. Macken, Bibliotheca. manuscripta, II, p.
A Companion to Henry of Ghent (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition: A Series of Handbooks and Reference Works on the Intellectual and Religious Life of Europe, 500–1700, Volume 23)