Francis of Meyronnes

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Francis Meyronnes
Born 1288
France
Died 1328
Piacenza, France
unknown
Occupation Philosopher
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Francis of Meyronnes (c 1288-1328) was an French theologian and philosopher of the middle ages. He was a disciple and associate of Duns Scotus.

Life

Work

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Primary sources

Writings

  • Scripta super 4 libros Sententiarum (1507-1567)
  • De univocatione entis (1490)
  • Conflatus (1476)
  • Conflatile (1579)
  • Passus super Universalia (1479)
  • Sermones de tempore cum Quadragesimali (1483)
  • Sermones de Sanctis (1493)
  • Tractatus de Conceptione B.M.V. (1665)
  • Theologicae Veritates in St. Augustinum de Civitate Dei (1473)
  • Veritates ex libris St. Augustini de Trinitate (1520)

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Notability

This philosopher has 1 pages in the Blackwell Companion.