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The quantity addresses the ancient context of Henry, e.g. his writings and his participation within the occasions of 1277; examines Henrys theology, metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics; and experiences Henrys impression on John Duns Scotus and Pico della Mirandola.

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Guldentops—C. Steel (Leuven, ), pp. –. 83 R. Macken, Bibliotheca. manuscripta, II, p. ; Henry of Ghent, Quodlibet I, ed. R. Macken, p. xxiv; P. Porro, “Bibliography,” p. . 84 R. Macken, Bibliotheca manuscripta, II, pp. –; Henry of Ghent, Quodlibet I, ed. R. Macken, p. xxiv; P. Porro, “Bibliography,” p. . 85 R. Macken, Bibliotheca. manuscripta, II, p. ; P. Porro, “Bibliography,” p. . 86 R. Macken, Bibliotheca manuscripta, II, pp. –. 87 Respectively in E.

Quid ego sentirem, an quod in homine essent plures formae substantiales, an quod unica tantum”. : “Iam etiam  annis, cum quidam notati fuerunt Parisius, quasi posuissent quod in homine non esset forma substantialis nisi anima rationalis, et ego eodem tempore in dubio reliquissem in prima disputatione mea de Quolibet quaestione m an plures formae ponendae essent in homine vel unica tantum, vocatus a domino Simone, tunc legato, et requisitus in praesentia domini Stephani, tunc episcopi parisiensis, et domini Ranoldi, nunc episcopi parisiensis, et magistri Ioannis Aurelianensis, tunc cancellarii parisiensis et nunc fratris ordinis praedicatorum, quid ego sentirem, an quod in homine essent plures formae substantiales an quod unica tantum, et cum respondissem quod potius sentirem quod plures, ipse dominus Simon post modicam consultationem cum praedictis personis, me tracto in partem, mihi dixit: ‘Volumus et praecipimus tibi, quod publice determines in scholis tuis, quod in homine sint formae substantiales plures, non sola anima rationalis, ne scholares de cetero super hoc maneant in dubio’.

R. Macken, particularly art. , qq.  and . 76 See for example, Henry of Ghent, Quaestiones ordinariae (Summa), art. I–V, ed. G. Wilson, pp. –, where one finds Henry dealing with the possibility and limits of human knowledge throughout the first five articles of the Summa. For secondary literature relating to human knowledge, see the article below by Steven Marrone and the article below by Bernd Goehring. 77 See for example Henry of Ghent, Quaestiones ordinariae (Summa), art. , q. , ed.

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