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The Quodlibet Of Peter Auriol

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This chapter talks about the Quodlibet of Franciscan Peter Auriol, who served as regent master of theology in the University of Paris from 1318 to 1320. In order to appreciate the historical context of the questions that went into Auriol’s Quodlibet it is necessary to take into account the short reportationes or drafts found in the Balliol College manuscript. The chapter includes two appendices. The first appendix presents an edition of the seventh question in Auriol’s Quodlibet. The edition of Auriol’s seventh quodlibetal question is strictly preliminary. Four manuscripts, ABNT, have been singled out for use because of their age and the obvious qualities of the text they carry as compared to the remaining seven manuscripts. The appendix II offers Guy Terrena’s question on the composition of the human soul. It is transmitted in a single manuscript, BAV, Borgh. 39, and presents only a few problems.

Keywords: Balliol College manuscript; Franciscan Peter Auriol; Guy Terrena’s question; Quodlibet; University of Paris



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