Studies and Texts

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Walter H. Principe

William of Auxerre’s Theology of the Hypostatic Union

Studies and Texts 7. 1963. 332 pp. ISBN 978-0-88844-007-5

For the theology of the Hypostatic Union (the union of the Son of God with the human form), the early thirteenth century was decisive, because in that period theologians resolved debates about three opinions on the subject that had divided earlier schoolmen. This volume examines the thought of William of Auxerre (ca. 1145–1231).

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Walter H. Principe

Alexander of Hales’ Theology of the Hypostatic Union

Studies and Texts 12. 1967. 254 pp. ISBN 978-0-88844-012-9

For the theology of the Hypostatic Union (the union of the Son of God with the human form), the early thirteenth century was decisive, because in that period theologians resolved debates about three opinions on the subject that had divided earlier schoolmen. This volume examines the thought of Alexander of Hales (1186–1245).

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Edward A. Synan

Richard of Campsall. Works I: Questiones super librum priorum analeticorum

Studies and Texts 17. 1968. 326 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–017–4 • $64.95

This volume contains the Latin text of Richard of Campsall’s Questiones super librum priorum analeticorum from the single manuscript copy, as well as an informative and well-written introduction. Richard, cleric of the archdiocese of York and master of theology, fellow of Balliol and later fellow of Merton College, died somewhere around 1350/1360. The questions, probably written before 1306, concentrated on three basic themes: syllogism, conversion, and consequences. The treatise demonstrates the state of logic at Oxford in the first decades of the fourteenth century.

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Walter H. Principe

Hugh of Saint-Cher’s Theology of the Hypostatic Union

Studies and Texts 19. 1970. 265 pp. ISBN 978-0-88844-019-8

For the theology of the Hypostatic Union (the union of the Son of God with the human form), the early thirteenth century was decisive, because in that period theologians resolved debates about three opinions on the subject that had divided earlier schoolmen. This volume examines the thought of Hugh of Saint-Cher (ca. 1190-1263).

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Walter H. Principe

Philip the Chancellor’s Theology of the Hypostatic Union

Studies and Texts 32. 1975. 234 pp. ISBN 978-0-88844-032-7

For the theology of the Hypostatic Union (the union of the Son of God with the human form), the early thirteenth century was decisive, because in that period theologians resolved debates about three opinions on the subject that had divided earlier schoolmen. This volume examines the thought of Philip the Chancellor (ca. 1170–1236).

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Richard H. Rouse and Mary A. Rouse

Preachers, Florilegia and Sermons: Studies on the Manipulus florum of Thomas of Ireland

Studies and Texts 47. 1979. xi, 476 pp. ISBN 978-0-88844-047-1

The Manipulus florum is an alphabetically-arranged florilegium designed for use in writing sermons – a seemingly ordinary handbook which enjoyed extraordinary and long-lasting popularity, extending from its publication in 1306 through its most recent appearance in print in 1877.

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