Aureoli, Petrus
Aureoli, Petrus
Brief article by E.A. Pace notes the highlights of Aureol's intellectual career

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  • Aureoli — Petrus Aureoli (* um 1280 in Aquitanien; † wohl 10. Januar 1322 in Avignon oder Aix en Provence), auch doctor facundus (lat.: redegewandter Doktor) genannt, war ein dem Franziskanerorden angehörender Theologe und Philosoph. Petrus Aureoli trat… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Petrus Aureoli —     Petrus Aureoli     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Petrus Aureoli     (Aureolus, D auriol, Oriol).     A Franciscan philosopher and theologian, called on account of his eloquence Doctor facundus, born 1280 at Toulouse (or Verberie sur Oise); d. 10… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Petrus Aureoli — (* um 1280 in Aquitanien; † wohl 10. Januar 1322 in Avignon oder Aix en Provence), auch doctor facundus (lat.: redegewandter Doktor) genannt, war ein dem Franziskanerorden angehörender Theologe und Philosoph. Petrus Aureoli trat vermutlich vor… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Petrus Aureolus — [Peter Auriol or Aureol, Oriol.] (c.1280 January 101322), was a scholastic philosopher and theologian. We know little of his life before 1312. After this time, he taught at the Franciscan convent in Bologna, then at the convent in Toulouse,… …   Wikipedia

  • Petrus — ist ein männlicher Vorname. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Herkunft und Bedeutung 2 Bekannte Namensträger 2.1 katholische Heilige 2.2 Vorname …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Petrus Aureoli — Petrus Aureoli,   Pierre d Auriole [pjɛːr d ɔrɪ ɔl], französischer Philosoph und Theologe, * Gourdon (Département Lot) zwischen 1275 und 1280, ✝ Avignon oder Aix en Provence 1322; Franziskaner; 1321 Erzbischof von Aix en Provence. Entwickelte… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Petrus Aureoli — ▪ French philosopher Aureoli also spelled  Aureolus,  English  Peter Aureol,  French  Pierre Auriol,  Oriol,  or  D Oriol  born c. 1280, near Gourdon, Guyenne died 1322, Aix en Provence/Avignon, Provence       French churchman, philosopher, and… …   Universalium

  • Paris and Oxford between Aureoli and Rimini — Chris Schabel Oxford ideas in logic and natural philosophy were readily received, analysed, and partially incorporated into corresponding writings of a logical or natural philosophical nature at the University of Paris throughout the 1320s, 1330s …   History of philosophy

  • Walter Burley, Peter Aureoli and Gregory of Rimini — Stephen Brown THE END OF THE GREAT ERA Immediately after the glorious age of Bonaventure and Thomas Aquinas, the University of Paris, as we have seen, had a number of outstanding teachers. Henry of Ghent, following in the path of Bonaventure, was …   History of philosophy

  • Liste der Philosophen — …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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