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275 g e n e r a l i n d e x h All authors who died before 1500 are indexed under their Christian names (e.g., Aquinas is indexed under Thomas Aquinas). Aaron, 112 Abelard. See Peter Abelard abstract particulars. See tropes accidents, 34, 50, 163, 169–71, 173–79, 182, 184–86, 189–90, 192, 194, 197, 201, 246, 248, 251; accidents of accidents, 245; temporal, 43 actions, moral goodness or badness of, 134; moral indifference of, 112–13, 134; reasons for, 123, 127–28; reluctant, 113–14 Adam, 85 Adam, Abbot of St Denis, 18–19 Adam of Balsham, Ars disserendi, 27 Alberic of Paris, 38, 218 Alberic of Rheims, 18 Albert the Great, commentary on Sentences, 131 Alexander of Aphrodisias, 35–36 Alexander of Hales, 130 Allen, Julie, 212 alternative choices, 48–49, 103; freedom in spite of lack of, 224. See also NAG argument analytic propositions, 165 angels, 182, 184 anonymous twelfth-century commentaries , logical (in general), 25–26; on Aristotle’s Categories, C8: 213; C14: 213; C15: 29, 38; C16: 29; C17: 29, 38; on Aristotle’s On Interpretation, H11: 214; H12: 214; H15: 29, 38, 40–41; H17: 29, 38; H21: 29; on Boethius’s On Topical Differentiae, B14: 29; on Porphyry’s Isagoge, P3: 214; P19: 214; P20: 29; P25: 29 Anselm of Canterbury, 2–3, 92–116, 202; Cur Deus homo, 94, 100–105, 229; De casu diaboli, 108, 111, 115, 230; De conceptu virginali , 112, 114; De concordia, 92, 230; De incarnatione Verbi, 95–98, 230–31; De libertate arbitrii , 108, 111, 113–15; De veritate, 108, 111, 115; diffusion of his work, 94–95; Monologion, 107–12; Proslogion , 98–100 Anselm of Laon, 17–18, 94, 233 Aquinas. See Thomas Aquinas 276  General Index Argenteuil, convent of, 19 Aristotle, 3, 167, 170, 174, 181; Categories , 25, 99, 167, 170, 175, 178 (see commentaries Boethius; Index of Passages in Abelard); De sophisticis elenchis, 43, 67; logic, 92; On Interpretation, 25, 111 (see commentaries anonymous twelfth-century commentaries; Boethius; Index of Passages in Abelard); problems establishing chronology in, 12 artefacts, 171, 187 attentio, 153, 165 attributive usage as against referential usage, 78–79, 143 Augustine, 42, 55, 58, 92, 101, 115, 153, 233, 235; De diversis quaestionibus, 235; De Genesi ad litteram, 235; De trinitate, 105; Quaestiones lxxxiii, 47 Bach, Johann Sebastian, newborn, in this and other possible worlds, 78–79 baptism, 82, 156–57; naming as a kind of, 150–51, 154, 156 Barnes, Jonathan, 209 Bautier, R. H., 210 Bayle, Pierre, Dictionnaire historique et critique, 141, 144, 240 Bellarmine, Roberto, De controversiis, 139–41 Berengar, father of Abelard, 15 Berengarius of Poitiers, 141 Bernard of Clairvaux, 20; letter denouncing heresies of Abelard, 118, 138–39 Bible, 108; authority of, 3; commentary on, 17–18, 22; Ezekiel, 17; Psalms, 50; quotation from, 65; Wisdom, 235 Bischoff, Bernhard, 213 bodies, 172–73 Boethius, 3, 92, 168; commentaries on logic (general), 25–27; Commentary on Categories, 25, 98, 169, 176–78, 230; Consolation of Philosophy , 42; on eternity, 51, 221; First Commentary on Isagoge, 25; First Commentary on On Interpretation , 25, 213; On Categorical Syllogisms, 25; On Division, 25; On Hypothetical Syllogisms, 25; On Topical Differentiae, 25; Second Commentary on Isagoge, 25, 35–36; Second Commentary on On Interpretation, 25 Boh, Ivan, 235 Bonaventure, commentary on Sentences, 131 Brittany, 16–18, 211 Bucer, Martin, 139 Calvin, John, 139 Cambridge Companion to Abelard, 12, 241 Cameron, Margaret, 30 canons, Augustinian, 16 categories, 153, 169, 191–92, 246 cause, free, 133; natural, 133; reasonable , 62, 64, 137 Chalon-sur Saône, 19 chance, 47, 110 charity, 121 chimaera, thinkable, 105–6 Chrysippus, 139, 141 Cicero, 92, 108 Cistercians, 94 Clanchy, Michael, 96–97 Cluny, 19 Colish, Marcia, 234–35 commentaries, types of twelfthcentury logical, 25–27 General Index  277 commodum, 99, 103, 109, 111, 230 complete notion of an individual, 83 compound and divided sense, distinction between, 67, 71, 123, 126, 128–33 conception, confused, 162, 165–66 consent, 72, 86, 114, 212, 233 consequences (of acts), 112 contempt, for God, 86 Corbeil, 16–18 Courtenay, William, 238 Cousin, Victor, 30, 214, 250 creation, 73; first creations and second creations, 171–72, 182; why did not God make the world immediately?, 55 Crucifixion, 22; necessity of, 100–108 Dagobert, brother of Abelard, 32 Dal Pra, Mario, 30, 32 D’Amboise, François, 140–41 damnandus, meaning of, 53, 78–79, 222; the damnandus objection (see NAG argument, the damnandus objection) dead heats, none...


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