The amount addresses the ancient context of Henry, e.g. his writings and his participation within the occasions of 1277; examines Henrys theology, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics; and reviews Henrys impression on John Duns Scotus and Pico della Mirandola.
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Procédures contre Gilles de Rome et Thomas d’Aquin. H. Thijssen”, Revue des sciences philosophiques et théologiques, (), pp. – . 18 Wielockx, “Autour du procès” (see n. ), pp. – (with references to, and comments on, John Pecham’s and William de la Mare’s witnesses). Henry of Ghent, Quodlibet X, q. , ed. R. Macken (Leuven, ), p. : habui) potuerunt Parisius, simul congregati ad examinandos quosdam articulos de mandato domini Stephani episcopi parisiensis et domini Simonis legati, qui postmodum fuit papa Martinus, inter quos articulos erat ille, quod in homine non erat forma substantialis nisi anima rationalis, omnes unanimiter uno ore, duobus exceptis, dixerunt quod dicere in homine non esse formam nisi animam rationalem falsum erat”.
Sed quia de his habitum est supra Vum Metaphysicae, supersedendum est ad praesens et tunc sequitur de tertio dubitabili principali cuius sunt causae per accidens, ut casus et fortuna . . ”117 indicates that by the time this was composed, a set of questions on the Metaphysics118 had already been finished. However, if these questions on the Physics, as well as those on the Metaphysics mentioned above, were by Henry, there seems to be no known reference to either work in his authentic Quodlibeta and Summa.
43 Godfrey’s disciple John of Pouilly too is of the opinion that the magisterial proposition abolishes the art. (Mandonnet: ) of the decree, if this article is understood in a certain way. 44 The annotator of the MS Vat. lat. writes that the magisterial proposition, which came chronologically 41 Wielockx, Apologia (see n. ), pp. –, pp. –, p. . See above, n. . 43 Godfrey of Fontaines, Quodlibet VIII, q. , ed. J. Hoffmans (Louvain, ), pp. –: “Et hoc patet etiam ex hoc quod ab omnibus doctoribus in theologia concessum est quod haec propositio est vera et tenenda secundum quod verba eius sonant et praetendunt, scilicet quod non est malitia in voluntate nisi sit error vel nescientia in ratione.