Author: Ioannes Pecham

Collection of Works: Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi

Tom. XXVIII. - Fr. Ioannis Pecham Quaestiones Disputatae. Editionem curaverunt G. J. Etzkorn, H. Spettmann, L. Oliger

Place of Publication: Grottaferrata

Publication Date: 2002

Pages: XXIII-669.

ISBN 978-88-7013-192-5
Catalogue Code Number: B28
Price: € 75,00

About the Author

John Pecham (Peckham) (ca. 1225-1292)

A native of England, from Patcham (Sussex), he joined the Friars Minor around 1250 and studied under Bonaventure at Paris. Regent master there (1269-71) and at Oxford (1271-74), later Minister Provincial of England and Archbishop of Canterbury. His works from the secular-mendicant controversy at Paris survive, as well as works on scientific subjects (astronomy, optics), Disputed Questions, and Quodlibetal Questions.

About the Collection

Bibliotheca Franciscana Scholastica Medii Aevi, 1957 et seqq. In 8° mai.

This collection offers critical editions of a wide range of Franciscan medieval scholastic texts from such authors as Alexander of Hales, Bonaventure, John Pecham, Peter of John Olivi, Matthew of Aquasparta, Roger Marston, and William of Middleton.

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