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'''Francis of Meyronnes''' (Franciscus Mayronius OFM, Franciscus de Meyronnes, Franciscus von Meyronnes, Franciscus de Mayronis de Digna, Franciscus de Mayronis, Franz von Mayronis, Doctor illuminatus, c 1288-1328) was an Franciscan theologian and philosopher of the middle ages.  He followed [[Duns Scotus]] in defending the [[formal distinction]], the univocity of being, the concept of haecceity, the absolute predestination of Christ and the immaculate conception. He was born into a noble family of Provence, with connections to the house of Anjou.  <ref>Much of this material was sourced from [http://users.bart.nl/~roestb/franciscan/index.htm Maarten van der Heijden's excellent site] on Franciscans - for more details please see there</ref>
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'''Francis of Meyronnes''' (c 1288-1328) was an Franciscan theologian and philosopher of the middle ages.  He followed [[Duns Scotus]] in defending the [[formal distinction]], the univocity of being, the concept of haecceity, the absolute predestination of Christ and the immaculate conception. He was born into a noble family of Provence, with connections to the house of Anjou. 
      
== Life ==
 
== Life ==
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* In Libros Sententiarum, Quodlibeta, Tractatus formalitatum, De primo principio, Terminorum theologicalium declarationes, De univocatione, ed. Mauritius de Hibernia (Venice, 1519/Venice,1520/Reprint by Minerva, Frankfurt a.M., 1966). ).  
 
* In Libros Sententiarum, Quodlibeta, Tractatus formalitatum, De primo principio, Terminorum theologicalium declarationes, De univocatione, ed. Mauritius de Hibernia (Venice, 1519/Venice,1520/Reprint by Minerva, Frankfurt a.M., 1966). ).  
 
* See also Roth (1936), Roßmann (1971 & 1972) and Duval, DSpir X, 1156, which mention other editions of his Sentences Commentary, namely: Reportatio Parisiensis/Lectura Parisiensis (Book I: Trevisa, 1476 & 1478/Basel, 1489; All four Books: Venice, 1504-1507). Several questions on the immaculate collection, derived from his Sentences commentary, have been edited separately, together with some sermons on the same subject in P.Alva y Astorga, Monumenta Antiqua Seraphica pro Immaculata Conceptione (Louvain, 1664), 275-326. Quodlibet 8 has received a modern edition in W.J. Courtenay, Capacity and Volition. A History of the Distinction of Absolute and Ordained Power (Pergamo, 1990), 126-129 (deals with Qdlb 8)) For these and other Quodlibeta, see also Roßmann (1972). There is an electronic version of the ''Tractatus Formalitatum'' taken from the 1519 edition [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060338], which includes the ''Tractatus de Univocatione Entis'', ''De primo principio''/''De principio complex'', and the ''Terminorum theologicalium declarationes''/''De terminis theologicis'' taken from the 1517 Venice edition.  
 
* See also Roth (1936), Roßmann (1971 & 1972) and Duval, DSpir X, 1156, which mention other editions of his Sentences Commentary, namely: Reportatio Parisiensis/Lectura Parisiensis (Book I: Trevisa, 1476 & 1478/Basel, 1489; All four Books: Venice, 1504-1507). Several questions on the immaculate collection, derived from his Sentences commentary, have been edited separately, together with some sermons on the same subject in P.Alva y Astorga, Monumenta Antiqua Seraphica pro Immaculata Conceptione (Louvain, 1664), 275-326. Quodlibet 8 has received a modern edition in W.J. Courtenay, Capacity and Volition. A History of the Distinction of Absolute and Ordained Power (Pergamo, 1990), 126-129 (deals with Qdlb 8)) For these and other Quodlibeta, see also Roßmann (1972). There is an electronic version of the ''Tractatus Formalitatum'' taken from the 1519 edition [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060338], which includes the ''Tractatus de Univocatione Entis'', ''De primo principio''/''De principio complex'', and the ''Terminorum theologicalium declarationes''/''De terminis theologicis'' taken from the 1517 Venice edition.  
* See also Roth (1936), Roßmann (1971 & 1972), and Duval, DSpir X, 1156, which mention other editions of his Sentences Commentary, namely: Reportatio Parisiensis/Lectura Parisiensis (Book I: Trevisa, 1476 & 1478/Basel, 1489; All four Books: Venice, 1504-1507). Several questions on the immaculate collection, derived from his Sentences commentary, have been edited separately, together with some sermons on the same subject in P. Alva y Astorga, Monumenta Antiqua Seraphica pro Immaculata Conceptione (Louvain, 1664), 275-326. Quodlibet 8 has received a modern edition in W.J. Courtenay, Capacity and Volition. A History of the Distinction of Absolute and Ordained Power (Pergamo, 1990), 126-129 (deals with Qdlb 8)) For these and other Quodlibeta, see also Roßmann (1972).  A Pdf of a 1476 edition of the ''Super primum sententiarum'' scriptum can be found on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060073 Gallica].
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* See also Roth (1936), Roßmann (1971 & 1972), and Duval, DSpir X, 1156, which mention other editions of his Sentences Commentary, namely: Reportatio Parisiensis/Lectura Parisiensis (Book I: Trevisa, 1476 & 1478/Basel, 1489; All four Books: Venice, 1504-1507). Several questions on the immaculate collection, derived from his Sentences commentary, have been edited separately, together with some sermons on the same subject in P. Alva y Astorga, Monumenta Antiqua Seraphica pro Immaculata Conceptione (Louvain, 1664), 275-326. Quodlibet 8 has received a modern edition in W.J. Courtenay, Capacity and Volition. A History of the Distinction of Absolute and Ordained Power (Pergamo, 1990), 126-129 (deals with Qdlb 8)) For these and other Quodlibeta, see also Roßmann (1972).  A Pdf of a 1476 edition of the ''Super primum sententiarum'' scriptum is on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060073 Gallica].
* Passus super Universalia, Predicamenta et Perihermenias (Bologna, 1478) (see Hain 10536); Lerida 1485; Milan, 1489; Venice, 1489; Toulouse, 1490; Venice, 1517). An electronic version of  the 1489 and 1517 Venice editions can be found on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n059436 Gallica].  
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* Passus super Universalia, Predicamenta et Perihermenias (Bologna, 1478) (see Hain 10536); Lerida 1485; Milan, 1489; Venice, 1489; Toulouse, 1490; Venice, 1517). An electronic version of  the 1489 and 1517 Venice editions is on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n059436 Gallica].  
* The 1490 Toulouse edition apparently can be found [http://bibliothek.uv.es/search*val/aMayer%2C+Henricus+/amayer+henricus/1,1,2,B/l962&FF=amayer+henricus&2,,2,0,-1 here]. Another 1490 edition of several of his Logicalia is on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n053143 Gallica].
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* There is a 1490 Toulouse edition apparently [http://bibliothek.uv.es/search*val/aMayer%2C+Henricus+/amayer+henricus/1,1,2,B/l962&FF=amayer+henricus&2,,2,0,-1 here]. Another 1490 edition of several of his Logicalia is on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n053143 Gallica].
 
* Expositio in VIII Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (Ferrara, 1490; Venice, 1517). See also the use of this commentary in M. Silvagius, Lectura seu Expositio Brevis Memoriae Mandanda (Venice, 1542). En electronic version of the 1517 Venice edition is on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060338 Gallica].
 
* Expositio in VIII Libros Physicorum Aristotelis (Ferrara, 1490; Venice, 1517). See also the use of this commentary in M. Silvagius, Lectura seu Expositio Brevis Memoriae Mandanda (Venice, 1542). En electronic version of the 1517 Venice edition is on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060338 Gallica].
 
* Tractatus de Transcendentibus, ed. E.P. Bos (Leyden, 1996).
 
* Tractatus de Transcendentibus, ed. E.P. Bos (Leyden, 1996).
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* Francisci Maronis Doctoris Theologiae Illuminatissimi (...) Sermones de Sanctis (Basel, 1498)  
 
* Francisci Maronis Doctoris Theologiae Illuminatissimi (...) Sermones de Sanctis (Basel, 1498)  
 
* Quadragesimale/Sermones de Tempore/Francisci Mayronis Aurei Doctoris Illuminati Sermones (Brussels, 1483 (extracts?)/Venice: Bernardinus de Rovaria, 1491/Cologne, 1490). Predominantly (university) sermons held at Paris. An English translation and an analysis of sermon 57 for the Saturday of the second week of Lent is provided in: Robert J. Karris, ‘Francis of Meyronnes’ sermon 57 on the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32)’, Franciscan Studies 63 (2005), 131-158.
 
* Quadragesimale/Sermones de Tempore/Francisci Mayronis Aurei Doctoris Illuminati Sermones (Brussels, 1483 (extracts?)/Venice: Bernardinus de Rovaria, 1491/Cologne, 1490). Predominantly (university) sermons held at Paris. An English translation and an analysis of sermon 57 for the Saturday of the second week of Lent is provided in: Robert J. Karris, ‘Francis of Meyronnes’ sermon 57 on the parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32)’, Franciscan Studies 63 (2005), 131-158.
* Sermones de laudibus Sanctorum et domenicales per totum annum cum aliquibus tractatibus (Venice: Pelegrinus de Pasqualibus, 1493/Basel, 1498) [also contains the Tractatus de Articulis Fidei, that is works on: Pater Noster, Ave Maria, Magnificat, Missus est, De S. Joanne Baptista, De Corpore Christi, De Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti (ff. 225rb-226vb: ‘eine rein erbaulich-aszetische Schrift…’, Roßmann, (1972), 66, note 200), De Ultimo Iudicio, De Humilitate, De Poenitentia, De Ieiunio, Sermo de Indulgentiis (for St. Petrus in Vinculis)] Cf. Roßmann (1972). ), 45, 59-60 for manuscript info and the ascription of comparable works to Aldibrandinus de Tuscanella OP et. al.. An electronic copy of the 1493 Venice edition can be found on URL http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060175 and an electronic version of the 1498 Basel edition can be found [http://diglib.hab.de/inkunabeln/74-6-theol/start.htm here].
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* Sermones de laudibus Sanctorum et domenicales per totum annum cum aliquibus tractatibus (Venice: Pelegrinus de Pasqualibus, 1493/Basel, 1498) [also contains the Tractatus de Articulis Fidei, that is works on: Pater Noster, Ave Maria, Magnificat, Missus est, De S. Joanne Baptista, De Corpore Christi, De Septem Donis Spiritus Sancti (ff. 225rb-226vb: ‘eine rein erbaulich-aszetische Schrift…’, Roßmann, (1972), 66, note 200), De Ultimo Iudicio, De Humilitate, De Poenitentia, De Ieiunio, Sermo de Indulgentiis (for St. Petrus in Vinculis)] Cf. Roßmann (1972). ), 45, 59-60 for manuscript info and the ascription of comparable works to Aldibrandinus de Tuscanella OP et. al.. An electronic copy of the 1493 Venice edition id on [http://gallica.bnf.fr/scripts/ConsultationTout.exe?O=n060175 Gallica] and an electronic version of the 1498 Basel edition [http://diglib.hab.de/inkunabeln/74-6-theol/start.htm here].
 
* Sermones de Stigmatis S.Francisci, ed. W. Lampen, La France Franciscaine 10 (1927), 371-397. Cf. also Roßmann, Die Hierarchie (1972), 12-13, 42-48; Roßmann (1976) passim
 
* Sermones de Stigmatis S.Francisci, ed. W. Lampen, La France Franciscaine 10 (1927), 371-397. Cf. also Roßmann, Die Hierarchie (1972), 12-13, 42-48; Roßmann (1976) passim
 
* Postillae per Totum Annum et Sermones de Festis>> [Fabricius, II, 195-7; Wadding>>?; AFH, 2 p. 636 & 4, p. 23]
 
* Postillae per Totum Annum et Sermones de Festis>> [Fabricius, II, 195-7; Wadding>>?; AFH, 2 p. 636 & 4, p. 23]
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* [http://users.bart.nl/~roestb/franciscan/index.htm Maarten van der Heijden's excellent site] on Franciscans
 
* [http://users.bart.nl/~roestb/franciscan/index.htm Maarten van der Heijden's excellent site] on Franciscans
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==Notes==
This philosopher has [[Bcmp Pages:=1]] pages in the ''Blackwell Companion''.
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