An Anonymous Oxford Franciscan, Questiones super Sententias, 1295-c.1305

Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 60:29-38 (2018)
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The paper places in context some anonymous questions on book I of the Sentences, distinctions 1-28 with three prologue questions, found in Oxford, Merton College Library, ms. 103. They were most likely written at Oxford, probably by a Franciscan author, in the period 1295-1305. In addition to discussing possible authors and those cited in the text and margins, the list of questions is provided.

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