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Ad ingenii acuitionem; studies in honour of Alfonso Maieru.


Ad ingenii acuitionem; studies in honour of Alfonso Maieru.

Ed. by Stefano Caroti et al.

Fed. Int'l des Instituts d'Etudes Medieval


595 pages



Textes et etudes du moyen age; v.38


Four of the 22 essays are in English, the rest in various other European languages. They discuss such topics as the course of studies in theology at the University of Paris during the 14th century, how theological problems influenced the development of Medieval logic, and different views on the principle of individuation. Only manuscripts and names are indexed. Distributed in North America by The David Brown Book Company.

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