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The Quodlibet Of Thomas Wylton

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For each of the eighteen questions of Thomas Wylton's Quodlibet contained in the Borghese manuscript V, this chapter provides five types of information: (i) the manuscripts in which the question is contained; (ii) whether the question has been edited and where; (iii) an overview of the bibliography about the question; (iv) the content of the question; and (v) the questions by Wylton not contained in the Quodlibet that deal with the same or a closely related topic. Since all the questions in the Borghese manuscript have been either totally or partially edited with the exception of two short questions (qq. 11 and 12), the chapter also provides an edition of these two questions. The eighteen questions of Wylton’s Quodlibet are very heterogeneous. Although the questions dealing with theological issues are predominant, there are also questions in natural philosophy, metaphysics and theory of knowledge.

Keywords: Borghese manuscript; metaphysics; natural philosophy; Quodlibet; theory of knowledge; Thomas Wylton



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