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Henricus de Gandavo Quodlibet IV
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Henry of Ghent, the most influential philosopher/theologian of the last quarter of the 13th century at Paris, delivered his fourth Quodlibet during 1279. This Quodlibet was written at the beginning of what could be called the height of his career. In total there are 37 questions, which cover a wide range of topics, including theories in theology, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophical anthropology, ethics, and canon law. In these questions Henry presents his mature thought concerning the number of human substantial forms in which he counters the claims of the defenders of Thomas Aquinas, particularly those in Giles of Lessines’s De unitate formae, but also those found in Giles of Rome’s Contra Gradus. He is critical of Thomas Aquinas’s theories concerning human knowledge, the ‘more’ and the ‘less,’ and virtue. He also is critical of Bonaventure’s analysis of Augustine’s notion of rationes seminales. There are 33 known manuscripts which contain the text of Quodlibet IV, and the critical text is reconstructed based upon manuscripts known to have been in Henry’s school, as well as manuscripts copied from two successive university exemplars in Paris.

Table of Contents

  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. i-iv
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  1. FOREWORD
  2. pp. v-vi
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  1. CRITICAL STUDY
  2. pp. vii-viii
  1. The Editions and Manuscripts
  2. pp. ix-xx
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  1. QUODLIBET IV: AUTHORSHIP AND DATE
  2. pp. xxi-xxv
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  1. THE TEXT EXAMINED EXTERIORLY
  2. pp. xxvi-xxix
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  1. THE TEXT EXAMINED INTERIORLY
  2. pp. xxx-xxxix
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  1. An Earlier Redaction of QQ. 7 & 8
  2. pp. xl-xlvi
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  1. Manuscript 25 (Paris, BnF, lat . 15848)and the University Exemplars
  2. pp. xlvii-lviii
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  1. The First Parisian Exemplar
  2. pp. lix-lx
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  1. The Second Parisian University Exemplar
  2. pp. lxi-lxiii
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  1. THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE CRITICAL TEXT
  2. pp. lxiv-lxiv
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  1. THE REFERENCES AND SOURCES IN QUODLIBET IV
  2. pp. lxv-lxxi
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  1. The Edition of Badius
  2. pp. lxxii-lxxii
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  1. THE GENESIS OF THE EXEMPLARS, REPRESENTEDBY A DIAGRAM
  2. pp. lxxiii-lxxiv
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  1. TECHNIQUE OF THE EDITION
  2. pp. lxxv-lxxv
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  1. SYMBOLS
  2. pp. lxxvi-lxxvi
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  1. ABBREVIATIONS
  2. pp. lxxvii-lxxviii
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  1. SIGLA OF THE MANUSCRIPTS
  2. pp. lxxix-lxxx
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  1. QUODLIBET IV
  1. QUAESTIO 1
  2. pp. 3-5
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  1. QUAESTIO 2
  2. pp. 5-7
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  1. QUAESTIO 3
  2. pp. 7-10
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  1. QUAESTIO 4
  2. pp. 11-18
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  1. QUAESTIO 5
  2. pp. 19-23
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  1. QUAESTIO 6
  2. pp. 24-27
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  1. QUAESTIO 7
  2. pp. 28-53
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  1. QUAESTIO 8
  2. pp. 53-70
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  1. QUAESTIO 9
  2. pp. 71-74
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  1. QUAESTIO 10
  2. pp. 75-87
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  1. QUAESTIO 11
  2. pp. 88-100
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  1. QUAESTIO 12
  2. pp. 101-108
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  1. QUAESTIO 13
  2. pp. 108-184
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  1. QUAESTIO 14
  2. pp. 185-242
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  1. QUAESTIO 15
  2. pp. 242-292
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  1. QUAESTIO 16
  2. pp. 292-304
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  1. QUAESTIO 17
  2. pp. 304-310
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  1. QUAESTIO 18
  2. pp. 310-314
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  1. QUAESTIO 19
  2. pp. 314-322
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  1. QUAESTIO 20
  2. pp. 322-335
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  1. QUAESTIO 21
  2. pp. 335-349
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  1. QUAESTIO 22
  2. pp. 349-374
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  1. QUAESTIO 23
  2. pp. 374-385
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  1. QUAESTIO 24
  2. pp. 386-390
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  1. QUAESTIO 25
  2. pp. 390-393
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  1. QUAESTIO 26
  2. pp. 394-396
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  1. QUAESTIO 27
  2. pp. 396-398
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  1. QUAESTIO 28
  2. pp. 398-401
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  1. QUAESTIO 29
  2. pp. 401-407
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  1. QUAESTIO 30
  2. pp. 407-410
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  1. QUAESTIO 31
  2. pp. 411-413
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  1. QUAESTIO 32
  2. pp. 413-419
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  1. QUAESTIO 33
  2. pp. 420-422
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  1. QUAESTIO 34
  2. pp. 423-424
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  1. QUAESTIO 35
  2. pp. 425-426
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  1. QUAESTIO 36
  2. pp. 426-433
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  1. QUAESTIO 37
  2. pp. 433-440
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  1. TABLES
  2. pp. 441-442
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  1. I. WORKS CITED BY HENRY
  2. pp. 443-458
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  1. II. ONOMASTIC TABLE
  2. pp. 459-461
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  1. III. Manuscripts cited
  2. pp. 462-462
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  1. IV. QUOTED PUBLICATIONS
  2. pp. 463-468
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  1. V. Table of contents
  2. pp. 469-472
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  1. DE WULF-MANSION CENTREANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY
  2. pp. 473-478
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