By Edited by Gordon A. Wilson
Henry of Ghent, who taught within the theology college in Paris from c. 1275 till his loss of life in 1293, was once an unique, pivotal, and influential philosopher. Henry's theories on a variety of theological and philosophical subject matters ended in a change of scholastic concept within the years presently after the dying of Thomas Aquinas. The spouse to Henry of Ghent is an creation to his proposal. It first addresses the historic context of Henry: his writings, his participation within the occasions of 1277, and Muslim philosophical affects. the amount maintains with an exam of his theology, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics. It concludes with an exam of 2 authors whom he stimulated: John Duns Scotus and Pico della Mirandola. participants comprise: Amos Edelheit, Juan Carlos Flores, Bernd Goehring, Ludwig Hodl, Tobias Hoffman, Jules Janssens, Marialucrezia Leone, Steven Marrone, Martin Pickave, Roland Teske, SJ, Robert Wielockx, Gordon Wilson
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P. . 109 P. Porro, “Le Quaestiones super Metaphysicam attribuite a Enrico di Gand: elementi per un sondaggio dottrinale,” Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale; rivista della Società internazionale per lo studio del Medioevo latino, (), pp. – . 110 Martin Pickavé, “Zur Authentizität des Metaphysikkommentars in Ms. Escorial H. ” in M. Pickavé Heinrich von Gent über Metaphysik als erste Wissenschaft. Studien zur einem Metaphysikentwurf aus dem letzten Viertel des .
Porro, “Bibliography,” p. . 113 R. Macken, Bibliotheca manuscripta, II, pp. –. gordon a. wilson Another work which has been attributed to Henry is a set of questions on the Physics of Aristotle. L. Bellemare114 and R. Perron115 maintained that these are by Henry, but one wonders whether all of J. 116 If this work is authentically by Henry, then the remark at the beginning of Book II, “Circa initium IIi Physicorum primum dubitabile esset de natura et de modis naturae, secundum esset de causa et modis eius.
Soppr. A, fol. ra, and Krakow, Bibl. Jagiell. , fol. va) state that this question was disputed before Quodlibet XII: “Aliam quaestionem addidit isti Quodlibet, quam prius disputaverat . ” 80 Henry of Ghent, Quodlibet XII, quaestiones –, ed. Jos Decorte (Leuven, ), p. xxi. 81 L. Hödl, “Theologiegeschtliche Einführung” in Henry of Ghent, Tractatus super facto Praelatorum et Fratrum (Quodlibet XII, quaestio ), ed. L. Hödl—M. Haverals, pp. vii–cxvii. gordon a. wilson Martin IV, “undo” a decree of a church council, in this case, the decree “Omnis utrobique sexus” of the fourth Lateran Council which mandated yearly confession to one’s “proper priest”; was there a limit on papal power; was there a distinction between ordained and absolute powers of the pope;82 could a pope fail to act for the greater good of the church and thus not act out of loving kindness?
A Companion to Henry of Ghent by Edited by Gordon A. Wilson