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Robert Kilwardby's Commentary On The Sentences Of Peter Lombard

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Robert Kilwardby, a member of the Dominican order, was born around 1215 in Leicestershire, England. Our knowledge of the Quaestiones in quattuor libros Sententiarum derives from four textual witnesses that also form the basis for the five-volume critical edition; each is described in detail in the relevant introductions. Books I and IV are found only in two manuscripts, Book II in four, and Book III in three. In the conclusion of her contribution to Early Oxford theology in volume one of Mediaeval Commentaries on the "Sentences" of Peter Lombard, Rega Wood calls medieval Oxford an important center of theological reflection in the mid-thirteenth century, second to Paris.

Keywords: Peter Lombard; Robert Kilwardby; Sentences



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