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Augustinian Quodlibeta After Giles Of Rome

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In many ways the early history of the writings in philosophical theology of the members of the Order of the Hermits of St Augustine, or Austin Friars, parallels that of the Carmelites. The Augustinian theological masters were more active in writing treatises on political theory than any other mendicant order. Any survey of Augustinian quodlibeta after Giles of Rome should begin with the repertory of Glorieux. There are ten Augustinian authors of quodlibeta that are known to survive at least in part, all apparently from Paris, eight by Italians. This chapter covers Augustinian quodlibeta in approximate chronological order. Separate entries discuss, in brief, dating, location, manuscripts, editions, and the number and characteristics of the questions, going beyond Glorieux where possible, and giving an idea of the impact of these quodlibeta on later theologians.

Keywords: Augustinian quodlibeta; Austin Friars; Carmelites; Giles of Rome; Glorieux; Italians; manuscripts; Paris; political theory



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