10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUODLIBETICAL»
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The Medieval Culture of Disputation: Pedagogy, Practice, and ...
Less frequent than the private disputations, these quodlibetical disputations
generally took place in the Latin Quarter's rue du Fouarre (vicus straminis) and
only during Advent and Lent. Most especially, they were open to the general
The Poetic Works of Helius Eobanus Hessus: Volume 3: King of ...
A Q P E By bringing an ephemeral genre into print and raising it to the level of
literature, Jakob Wimpfeling implicitly challenged the magisters at Heidelberg
and elsewhere to come up with quodlibetical burlesques that were as stylish and
The History of the University of Oxford: The early Oxford ...
References to the 'quodlibetical' exercises — disputations or questions raised '
from the floor' — which are so frequent in the literature produced in the
theological faculties of early universities and in the statutes of the later
universities of the ...
Trevor Henry Aston, J. I. Catto, 1984
A new history of ecclesiastical writers:: containing an ...
... his quodlibetical Questions, and his Sermons [are mentioned by Altamura in
Bibl. Pradic. but] were never printed. PetrusAu- Petrus Aureolus, a Native of
Verberie upon Oife, a Grey-Friar, after he had taught Divinity reolus. for a time at
Louis Ellies Du Pin, William Wotton, 1699
Cornelius Agrippa: The Humanist Theologian and His Declamations
It is lost or at least hidden today.25 After his return from London to Cologne,
Agrippa declaimed at the Faculty of Theology some quodlibetical disputations on
various topics dealing with religious practices in the contemporary church.
The Essential Peirce: Selected Philosophical Writings ...
Peirce is using the word “quodlibetical” in its literal meaning: “any individual you
please,” without restriction of any sort. The quodlibetical subject is called the
hypothetical subject earlier in the lecture (pp. 209-10), while the indesignate is
Peirce Edition Project, 1998
The Last Judgment: Christian Ethics in a Legal Culture
123 Ockham, Quodlibetical Questions, III, 14. '24 Tierney, Natural Rights, p. 98. '
25 Ockham, Quodlibetical Questions, I, 1; Marilyn McCord Adams, “The Structure
of Ockham's Moral Theory,” Franciscan Studies 46 (1986), p. 16; Mahoney ...
Professor Andrew Skotnicki, 2013
Winter Sky: New and Selected Poems, 1968-2008
Quisquilious Sculpture On Display In The Garden. quodlibetical—a quodlibet is
any question in philosophy or theology proposed solely as an exercise in
argument. Buckley is less effective for being so quodlibetical. Granted, these are
In the Company of Shakespeare: Essays on English Renaissance ...
... Discoverie of our English Jesuits, 26-27; see similarly William Watson, A
Decacordon of Ten Quodlibetical Questions (1602), 37-38. 32. "The Double P.P."
(1606), in The Non-Dramatic Works of OTHELLO AS REFORMATION TRAGEDY
Thomas Moisan, Douglas Bruster, Gwynne Blakemore Evans, 2002
The Cyclopædia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, ...
QUESTION, Quodlibetical. See QUODLIBETICAL. QUnsTIoN, in La-w. The gure/
lie de jure is generally to be distinguished from the guctfstio defacta. si QUEsTIoN
is also sometimes used for tartar-e ; which see. QUEST-MEN, persons chosen ...