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The amount addresses the historic context of Henry, e.g. his writings and his participation within the occasions of 1277; examines Henrys theology, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics; and reports Henrys effect on John Duns Scotus and Pico della Mirandola.

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C. 41 It cannot be but on Tempier’s order that Giles was obliged to recant. 42 Godfrey, as is well known, openly writes that the proposition of Giles granted by the masters cannot be true if art.  (Mandonnet: ) of the decree of  March  is to be upheld. 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.

80 There were many issues related to the granting of the privilege to the friars to hear confessions without obtaining the permission of the local bishop and priest, and Prof. 81 Among some of the issues were: could a pope, in this case 75 Henry of Ghent, Quaestiones ordinariae (Summa), art. XXXI–XXXIV, ed. R. Macken, particularly art. , qq.  and . 76 See for example, Henry of Ghent, Quaestiones ordinariae (Summa), art. I–V, ed. G. Wilson, pp. –, where one finds Henry dealing with the possibility and limits of human knowledge throughout the first five articles of the Summa.

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.

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