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Author Franciscus, de Marchia, active 14th century.

Title Francisci de Marchia Reportatio IIA (quaestiones in secundum librum sententiarum) qq. 13-27 / ediderunt Tiziana Suarez-Nani [and others].

Publication Info. Leuven : Leuven University Press, 2010.

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Description 1 online resource (314 pages).
Series Ancient and Medieval philosophy ; ser. 3
Ancient and Medieval philosophy ; ser. 3.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 297)-304) and indexes.
Contents Francisci de Marchia -- Reportatio IIA (quaestiones in secundum librum sententiarum) Qq. 13-27; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; I. Summary of the Themes Treated in Reportatio IIA, Questions 13-27; Question 13; Question 14; Question 15; Question 16; Question 17; Questions 18 and 19; Question 20; Question 21; Question 22; Question 23; Question 24; Question 25; Question 26; Question 27; II. The Sources of Reportatio IIA, Questions 13 to 27; 1. Explicit sources; 2. Implicit sources; III. Case Studies of Implicit Sources; 1. Question 15: The Somewhat-Subtle Doctor and Auriol's Ass.
1.1. Article 1 and Peter Auriol, In II Sent., d. 3, q. 21.2. Article 2; 1.2.1. Scotus and Scotism (nn. 51-68); 1.2.2. Principia (nn. 69-77); 1.2.2.1 Three arguments for positive (middle) specific unity (nn. 69-71); 1.2.2.2. Arguments against positive (middle) unity; 1.2.2.3. Auriol's Objection?; 1.2.3. To be determined later; 2. Question 22: Auriol, Burley and the Refugium Miserorum; 2.1. Four difficultates; 2.2. The discussion in IV:23; 2.2.1. Two Opinions from Auriol; 2.2.2. Walter Burley's Principium IV; 2.2.2.1. Marchia and the Tractatus primus; 2.2.2.2. Radulphus Brito's Quodlibet.
2.2.3. Thomas Aquinas' view and Francis' solution2.3. The four opinions of IIA:22; 2.3.1. Opinions 1-3 and VII Metaphysics, comment 31; 2.3.2. Opinion 4 and Marchia's view; 2.4. Marchia's resolution and the refugium miserorum; 3. Question 26: The Hidden Source of Non-Hidden Speech; IV. Notes on the Edition of Questions 13-27; Question 13; Question 14; Question 16; Questions 18 and 19; Question 20; Question 23; Question 24; Question 25; Question 27; V. Conclusion; VI. Editorial Conventions; 1. Symbols used in the text; 2. Symbols used in the apparatus criticus.
3. Abbreviations used in the apparatus criticus4. Abbreviations used in the apparatus fontium and the bibliographies; 5. Sigla of the manuscripts; Reportatio IIA, qq. 13-27; Quaestio 13: Utrum angelus vel anima sit composita ex materia et forma; Q. 14: Utrum angelus vel anima sit composita ex materia et forma; Q. 15: Utrum angeli sint compositi ex actu et potentia; Q. 16: Utrum angelus per se sit in loco vel tantum per accidens; Q. 17: Utrum potentiae sensitivae in homine et in aliis animalibus sinteiusdem speciei; Q. 18: Utrum intellectus sive anima intellectiva sit immortalis.
Q. 19: Utrum immortalitas animae possit naturaliter de ipsa animademonstrari a priori vel a posterioriQ. 20: Utrum intellectus et voluntas in homine et in angelo sint eiusdemrationis; Q. 21: Utrum idem sit obiectum intellectus et voluntatis; Q. 22: Utrum angelus possit causare effective aliquam formamsubstantialem materialem; Q. 23: Utrum angelus intelligat componendo et dividendo per discursumsyllogisticum vel non; Q. 24: Utrum voluntas daemonis sit obstinata sic quod necessario velitmalum ex immobili apprehensione intellectus vel ex aliquo habitunecessitante voluntatem ad malum.
Summary The texts edited in this volume deal with angelology and anthropology, and particularly with the nature and the functions of immaterial substances like angels and the human rational soul. Marchia discusses such controversial issues as universal hylomorphism, i.e., whether angels and the rational soul are composed of both matter and form (q. 13), the immortality of the soul (qq. 18-19), and the nature and the object of the intellect and will (qq. 20, 21), as well as the functionality of the angelic intellect - whether angels understand through discursive reasoning (q. 23), and how they can spea.
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Subject Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris, approximately 1100-1160. Sententiarum libri IV. Liber 2.
Sententiarum libri IV (Peter Lombard, Bishop of Paris)
Philosophy, Medieval.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Suarez-Nani, Tiziana.
Other Form: Print version: Franciscus, de Marchia, active 14th century. Francisci de Marchia Reportatio IIA (quaestiones in secundum librum sententiarum) qq. 13-27 9789058678478 (DLC) 2011373306 (OCoLC)712931782
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