Ancient and Medieval Philosophy Series 2 Henrici de Gandavo Opera Omnia

Two major works of Henry of Ghent, namely his - fifteen Quodlibeta and his Quaestiones Ordinariae (Summa), along with works of his that have never before been printed, are being published in modern critical edition in the Ancient and Medieval Philosophy - Series 2, Henrici de Gandavo Opera omnia.

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Henry of Ghent, who taught initially at the Faculty of Arts in Paris before 1276 and subsequently at the Faculty of Theology in Paris from 1276 until his death in 1293, was an original and extremely important thinker. A major influence on John Duns Scotus, Henry's ideas had a direct impact on the scholastic discussion into the early modern period. His two major works, namely his - fifteen Quodlibeta and his Quaestiones Ordinariae (Summa), along with works of his that have never before been printed, are being published in modern critical edition in the Ancient and Medieval Philosophy - Series 2, Henrici de Gandavo Opera omnia.

Launched in the 1970s by Dr. Raymond Macken, who served as its first general coordinator, the series is now coordinated by Prof. Gordon A. Wilson of the University of North Carolina at Asheville, USA.

In association with The De Wulf-Mansion Centre.

Editorial Coordinator
Prof. Gordon A. Wilson, University of North Carolina at Asheville, USA
E-mail: gwilson@unca.edu

Editorial Board
Prof. Kent Emery Jr., University of Notre Dame, USA
Prof. Russell Friedman, K.U. Leuven, Belgium
Dr. Guy Guldentops, Universität zu Köln, Germany
Prof. Pasquale Porro, Università degli Studi di Bari, Italy
Prof. Carlos Steel, K.U. Leuven, Belgium

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