By Edited by Gordon A. Wilson
Henry of Ghent, who taught within the theology college in Paris from c. 1275 till his dying in 1293, was once an unique, pivotal, and influential philosopher. Henry's theories on a variety of theological and philosophical issues ended in a metamorphosis of scholastic notion within the years almost immediately after the demise of Thomas Aquinas. The better half to Henry of Ghent is an advent to his concept. It first addresses the old context of Henry: his writings, his participation within the occasions of 1277, and Muslim philosophical affects. the quantity maintains with an exam of his theology, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics. It concludes with an exam of 2 authors whom he inspired: John Duns Scotus and Pico della Mirandola. members contain: 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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Quod si hoc error est, patet re vera quod illi multum errant qui ponunt in angelis esse materiam . ”. Italics mine. —Le Correctorium Corruptorii “Quare” (Bibliothèque thomiste, ; Le Saulchoir, ), pp. –. 34 Hissette, Enquête (see n. ), p. . 35 Henry of Ghent, Quodlibet II, q. , ed. R. Wielockx, (Leuven, ), p. , ll. –: “Nihilominus tamen, cum est in loco non operando, bene potest esse in loco secundum substantiam per aliud, quod est illius ratio . . Quomodo tamen .
Xxi. 98 G. Wilson, “A Note Concerning the Authorship of the Lectura Ordinaria Attributed to Henry of Ghent,” Recherches de Théologie ancienne et médiévale, (), pp. – . 99 Henry of Ghent, Lectura ordinaria, ed. R. Macken, pp. ,–,. gordon a. 100 In this manuscript the text is twice attributed to Henry of Ghent, and in the text one finds a distinction between esse essentiae and esse existentiae, which is an important distinction in Henry’s philosophy, but one that is not exclusive to Henry.
Macken, Bibliotheca manuscripta, II, pp. –. 127 These are treated as “doubtful works” in R. Macken’s Bibliotheca manuscripta, II, pp. –. ii HENRY OF GHENT AND THE EVENTS OF 1277 Robert Wielockx This contribution consists of two parts. The first, which shows Henry of Ghent’s role in the events of March , relies on historical sources and especially on Henry’s autobiographical notes. The second part is based on a reading of some of the significant passages in Henry’s works which, from Quodlibet II (Advent ) onwards, allow a closer look at Henry’s later interpretation of the series of condemnations and censures of March .
A Companion to Henry of Ghent by Edited by Gordon A. Wilson