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Antonius Andreae OFM (Antonius Scotellus, Antonius Andreas de Aragona, Antoine André, Antoni Andreu) Born ca. 1280. Antonius came from Catalonia. 1304-1307 student in Paris als unmittelbarer Schüler von Duns Scotus; "Scotulus"; "Scotellus'"; Doctor fundatissimus". 1304-1307 Master at Paris. Died ca. 1333

Life

Work

Influence

Primary sources

  • Commentary on Boethius De divisione
  • Commentary on Aristotle's Categories
  • Commentary on the Sentences
  • Abbreviatio operis Oxoniensis Scoti
  • Commentarius in Libris de sex principiis
  • Compendiosus principium in libros Sententiarum
  • De tribus principiis rerum naturalium (quaestiones)
  • Expositio (Quaestiones) in XII libros Metaphysicorum Aristotelis
  • Liber Praedicabilium
  • Quaestiones de anima
  • Quaestiones super Physicam Aristotelis
  • Scriptum aureum super Metaphysicam Aristotelis$
  • Scriptum in artem veterem
  • Scriptum in logica sua
  • Tractatus abbreviatus de modis distinctionum
  • Tractatus de syllogismis demonstrativis
  • Tractatus de syllogismo topico

Secondary sources

  • Lohr, Charles: Medieval Latin Aristotle Commentaries, in: Traditio 23 (1967), 313-413.
  • Weijers, Olga: Le travail intellectuel à la faculté des arts de Paris. Textes et maîtres (ca. 1200-1500), I, Turnhout (Brepols) 1994 [Studia Artistarum, 1].

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0 1280 1315 Spain 1333 Paris? France?