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Corpus Christi

Bodleian

  • Auct F. 5 23
  • Canon Lat. 278
  • Canon misc. 278
  • Digby 2 - the author's name is given at the end of the compendium on the categories as 'Willelmus fratrum de Montoriel'.
    • commentary on Isagoge
    • commentary on Perihermenias
    • commentary on Praedicamenta.
  • Digby 24 - Sophisma Cuiuslibet hominis asinus currit, Magister Abstractionum.
  • Digby 55 - a modist treatise, see also Merton 296 (transcribed by R.W.Hunt), beginning Innata est nobis, probably a Parisian composition of around 1280, influenced by Boethius of Dacia, and perhaps representative of teaching which reached Oxford around the time of the condemnations of 1277.
  • Digby 204
  • Lat misc. e 108

Corpus Christi

  • Corpus Christi D119
    • commentary on Perihermenias possibly Nicholas of Cornwall
  • Corpus Christi D230
    • Exposition of the Isagoge Cornibiensis (ff 57r-59v)
  • Corpus Christi 250
  • Corpus Christi E293B
    • Exposition of the Isagoge, Nicholas of Cornwall ff 69ra-77va

Merton

  • Merton 289
  • Merton 292
    • Simon of Faversham - Perihermenias.
    • Simon, Quaestiones super Analytica Priora (111r-137v).
  • Merton 296

New College

  • New College 285

Peterhouse

  • Peterhouse 152 Anon., Utrum haec sit vera, 'Homo est animal' homine non exsistente, ms. Cambridge (49ra –vb); ed. A. Zimmermann, in 'Eine anonyme Quaestio: 'Utrum haec sit vera 'Homo est animal' homine non exsistente', Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie, 49 (1967), p. 184-8.
  • Peterhouse 191: Roger Bacon's Summa Gramatica and Robert Kilwardby's Priscian commentary.
  • Peterhouse 205
    • Questions on the Elenchi
    • Commentary on the Perihermenias sometimes attributed to Kilwardby.
  • Peterhouse 206

Caius

  • Caius 344/540
    • William de Bonkes, Questions on Priscian (1ra, 19va)
    • Anon. Quaestiones super Physicam, I-VIII (Caius 344, ff 105rb-170vb)
    • William de Bonkes, Questions on the Perihermenias (Lewry quotes 171rb, 189rb)
    • John de Stycborn, Questions on the Praedicamenta (inc. 203rb), questions on the Perihermenias (inc. 210vb, 213rb)
    • Syncategoremata, attr. Walter Burley (ff 230r-264v).
    • Johannes de Waefeld, Quaestiones super Physicam, I (Caius 344, ff. 264ra-277vb)
  • Caius 434/434
    • Walter Burley, Some leaves containing most of De exclusivis (1r-6r), beginning of De exclusivis. All of De exceptivis, and the beginning of De obligationibus are lost, the remainder of De obligationibus (7r-10r). For De insolubilibus, Bradwardine's Insolubilia is substituted (10-13), De suppositionibus (13-19). Heytesbury's De significationibus propositionum multiplicium (19-21), Anonymous Sophismata and Obligationes.
  • Caius 448/409
  • Caius 509/386
  • Caius 512/543
    • Questions on the Quaestiones super librum Elenchorum by John of Felmingham
    • William Dallying, probably a Cambridge master, discusses the sophisma 'Anima Antichristi necessario erit' in his questions in the Perihermenias
    • Walter Burley, Questions on the Posterior Analytics.
    • Guillelmus de Hennore. Sophisma 'Sola species definitur'. (23vB & 44rA-46rB)
  • Caius 611/341
    • Unascribed question on the Elenchi by an author Sten Ebbesen has called 'The Englishman'[1]. As 'Willelmus vocor' is given as an example of a congruous expression, we may infer that the author's name was 'William'. The version of these questions in the Oxford Oriel 33 has on the first leaf a note that these quires were given by William de Walcote. So it is possible that the Elenchi may be connected with an Englishman who was a fellow of Merton from 1291-1308. There is a transcription of questions 21 and 22 in Braakhuis 1981. (1r-24v)
  • Caius 612/543
  • Caius 668/645

Pembroke

  • Pembroke 193

Cambridge University Library

  • Kk3

Worcester Cathedral Library

  • Q13 - transcribed by John Aston, a monk of Worcester who studied at Gloucester college, Oxford, the Benedictine predecessor of the present Worcester college, in 1294-5. The manuscript is confidently dated no later than 1295, and probably as early as 1270[2]
    • Roger Bacon Summa grammatica (cf Peterhouse 191) (5ra-24vb.
    • Anon, commentary on Analytica Priora (165r-191v).
    • Peter of Cornwall, two sophismata.
    • Questions on the Physica
    • Sophisma - nihil est verum nisi in hoc instanti - included in a group of sophismata some of which are ascribed to John of Berwick, master in Oxford c. 1290[3]

Munich

  • Munich BSB clm. 14383,
    • Pseudo-Aristoteles Secretum secretorum (1r-11v)
    • Hervaeus Natalis Quodlibet (12r-39v)
    • Jacob of Metz In Sententiarum I dist. (40r-63v)
    • Thomas Aquinas Quodlibet III (des. mutil.) (64ra-72vb)
    • Miscellenea medica (73ra-80vb)
    • Andrew of Cornwall Quaestiones super librum Sex principiorum (81ra-86ra)
    • Andrew of Cornwall Questiones super librum Porphyrii (86rb-92va)
    • Arwei (Hervaei) Tractatus de articulis Durandi (Colophon: Explicit de articulis pertinentibus ad primum librum Durandi reprobatis ab arvueo)

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Notes

  1. ^ Ebbesen, 'The Dead Man is Alive', Synthese, xl (1979)
  2. ^ Ebbesen 1987, 136 and Lewry 1985
  3. ^ Little & Pelster 1934