Author: Alexander de Hales

Collection of Works: Summa Fratris Alexandri

Tom. II. - Liber Secundus - I, Riproduzione anastatica 1997

Place of Publication: Quaracchi

Publication Date: 1928

Pages: LXVII- 804

ISBN 978-88-7013-023-2
Catalogue Code Number: A41
Price: € 115,00

About the Author

Alexander of Hales (1185-1245)

Originally from England, he studied at Paris and began teaching there early in the second decade of the 13th century, introducing the Sentences of Peter Lombard as a fundamental reference for theological study, writing a Gloss on its content (1227-30). In 1236 he joined the Friars Minor, and later began a Summa of theology, completed by his collaborators after his death in 1245.

About the Collection

Summa Fratris Alexandri studio et cura PP. Collegii S. Bonaventurae ad fidem codicum edita, 1924 - 1979. In 4.

A fundamental work in the history of Scholastic thought by the teacher of Bonaventure and Thomas Aquinas, using recently translated works of Aristotle. Alexander’s Summa was completed by his collaborators.

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