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Title: Early Thomistic controversies : part 2
Authors: Vella, A.
Keywords: Saint Thomas Christians
Religious literature -- History and criticism
Dominicans -- Manuscripts
Philosophy and religion
Issue Date: 1951-01
Publisher: The Royal University Students' Theological Association
Citation: Vella, A. (1951). Early Thomistic controversies : part 2. Melita Theologica, 4(1), 14-33.
Abstract: The Correctorium Sciendum has been attributed to John of Parma, to Hugh of Billom, to Durandus of Aurillac, called Durandellus, and to Robert of Orford. To begin with we may exclude John of Panua and Hugh of Billom. Indeed this Correctorium has been attributed to them on very slight evidence. Dr Pelster, relying on the ascription of of MS. Bologna, Bibl. comm. A. 913, and on the supposition that this Correctorium is of a late date, ascribed it to John of Parma. But as we shall see later, it is not as late as Pelster believes.
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 04, Issue 1 - 1951
MT - Volume 04, Issue 1 - 1951

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