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Dominican Quodlibetal Literature, Ca. 1260–1330

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This chapter describes the major sets of Dominican quodlibetal questions that are extant, giving the status quaestionis of research on them, as well as showing wherever possible what light they shed on the nature and function of quodlibetal disputations and questions more generally. It mentions in roughly chronological order all of the some twenty Dominican masters who have left us examples of quodlibetal literature concentrating on the figures who have significant surviving quodlibetal material and passing over more briefly those with smaller productions. At the beginning of the fourteenth century, Dominican quodlibetal literature updates itself by turning to new threats, although John of Pouilly also emerges as a significant figure. Finally, towards the end of our period, a new menace emerges in the form of Peter Auriol, who is responded directly by Hervaeus in his Quodlibet IV, Raymond Bequini, and Bernard Lombardi.

Keywords: Bernard Lombardi; Dominican masters; Dominican quodlibetal literature; John of Pouilly; Peter Auriol; quodlibetal disputations; quodlibetal questions; Raymond Bequini; status quaestionis



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