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    Henricus Totting de Oyta’s and Nicole Oresme’s Commentaries on Meteorology: Some New Identifications in Eastern Europe.Aurora Panzica - 2021 - Brepols Publishers: Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 62:195-211.
    Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale, Volume 62, Issue, Page 195-211, January 2020.
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    L’Hypothèse de la Cessation des Mouvements Célestes au XIV E Siècle : Nicole Oresme, Jean Buridan Et Albert de Saxe.Aurora Panzica - 2018 - Vivarium 56 (1-2):83-125.
    Aristotelian cosmology implies the plurality of celestial motion for the process of generation and corruption in the sublunar world. In order to investigate the structure of the cosmos and the degree of dependence of the sublunar on the supralunar region, medieval Latin commentators on Aristotle explored the consequences of the cessation of celestial motion. This paper analyses the position of some philosophers of the fourteenth-century Parisian school, namely Nicole Oresme, John Buridan and Albert of Saxony.
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    Henricus Totting de Oyta’s and Nicole Oresme’s Commentaries on Meteorology: Some New Identifications in Eastern Europe.Aurora Panzica - 2020 - Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 62:195-211.
    This article draws attention to two newly identified manuscipts transmitting Henricus Totting de Oyta’s Expositio in Meteorologica: ms. Praha, Národní Knihovna Ceské Republiky VIII.E.6 and ms. Krak...
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    Air and Friction in the Celestial Region: Some Medieval Solutions to the Difficulties of the Aristotelian Theory Concerning the Production of Celestial Heat.Aurora Panzica - 2019 - Early Science and Medicine 24 (4):367-390.
    This paper explores the medieval debates concerning problems with the Aristotelian theory of the production and transmission of solar heat as presented in De Caelo II, 7 and Meteorologica I, 3. In these passages, Aristotle states that celestial heat is generated by the friction set up in the air by the motion of celestial bodies. This statement is difficult to reconcile with Aristotle’s cosmology, which presupposes that the heavenly bodies are not surrounded by air, but by aether, and that the (...)
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    Henricus Totting de Oyta’s and Nicole Oresme’s Commentaries on Meteorology: Some New Identifications in Eastern Europe.Aurora Panzica - 2021 - Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 62:195-211.
    This article draws attention to two newly identified manuscipts transmitting Henricus Totting de Oyta’s Expositio in Meteorologica: ms. Praha, Národní Knihovna Ceské Republiky VIII.E.6 and ms. Kraków, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Biblioteka Jagiellońska 674. Interestingly, in the Cracovian manuscript Henricus’ Expositio is combined with the second redaction of Nicole Oresme’s Questions on Meteorology. Based on some sample passages, I will show the nature of this compilation. This will lead to a consideration of the structure and the sources of Henricus’ Expositio. In the (...)
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    Les Questions sur les Météorologiques du manuscrit Vat. Lat. 4082 : Blaise de Parme, Nicole Oresme et l’Inter omnes impressiones.Aurora Panzica - 2019 - Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 61:153-182.
    This paper shows that the two anonymous questions transmitted on ff. 82vb-85va of ms. Vat. lat. 4082, previously ascribed to Nicole Oresme, are not by him. The ascription of this text to Oresme dat...
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    Une nouvelle rédaction des Questions sur les Météorologiques de Nicole Oresme.Aurora Panzica - 2015 - Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 57:257-264.
    The aim of this paper is to show that the anonymous Questiones in Meteorologica in the manuscript München, Staatsbibliothek, Clm 4375, ff. 19ra-46r, should be attributed to Nicole Oresme. These Questiones, together with those of the manuscript Darmstadt, Hessische Landes- und Hochschulbibliothek, Hs. 2197, ff. 58r-98r, prove the existence of an older and more interesting version of Nicole Oresme's Questiones in Meteorologica.
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