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Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:

Liber de Accidente et Substantia by Ramon Llull, 15th century

Identifier: MS 117/ff. 12r-14v
Contents This section contains the Liber de Accidente et Substantia by Ramon Llull. It is a philosophical text, probably originally written around 1313, related to his ideas about accident and substance, which he covers in the Second Figure of the Ars generalis ultima (see previous section).It starts on f. 12r with an incipit that reads Deus cum tua altissima clemencia, Incipit liber de accidente et...
Dates: 15th century

MS 75: Summa contra Gentiles by Thomas Aquinas, 1 September 1466

Identifier: MS 75
Contents 15th century Italian manuscript of Thomas Aquinas's Summa contra Gentiles, also known as Liber de Veritate Catholicae Fidei contra Errores infidelium, among other names, originally written during circa 1259-1265. A theological treatise devoted to explaining core beliefs of the Catholic faith to infidels, and to providing a philosophical defense for arguments against the doctrine. This copy was done in Vigevano, Italy, by the...
Dates: 1 September 1466

MS 83: Composite manuscript including three texts by Albertanus of Brescia, 15th century

Identifier: MS 83
Contents Contains three texts by Albertanus of Brescia, all three in the same hand.ff. 1r-67v: 'De amore et dilectione Dei et proximi et aliarum rerum et de forma vitae' by Albertanus of Brescia.ff. 67v-77r: 'De doctrina dicendi et tacendi' by Albertanus of Brescia.ff. 77r-112r: 'Liber consolationis et consilii' by Albertanus of Brescia.The text are described separately, under MS 83/ff. 1r-67v; MS 83/ff. 67v-77r; and MS 83/ff. 77r-112r. ...
Dates: 15th century

MS 104: Composite manuscript including fourteen texts mainly by Anselm of Canterbury, 12th century

Identifier: MS 104
Contents Contains fourteen texts mainly by Anselm of Canterbury, in several different hands.ff. 1r-39r: ‘Cur Deus Homo’ by Anselm of Canterburyff. 39r-55r: ‘De Conceptu Virginali’ by Anselm of Canterburyff. 55r-89v: ‘Monologion’ by Anselm of Canterburyff. 89r-101r: ‘De Fide Trinitatis’ by Anselm of Canterburyff. 101r-104v: ‘Meditatio Nostre Redemptionis’ by Anselm of Canterbury [Meditatio de Humana Redemptione]ff. 104v-107v: Thirteen letters to the monks of Readingff....
Dates: 12th century

MS 115: Composite manuscript including six texts, 13th century

Identifier: MS 115
Contents Contains six texts, all in the same hand. The texts relate to philosophy. This manuscript is probably English or French, and is from the 13th century. The contents are as follows:ff. 1r-23v: Dragmaticon philosophiae by William of Conchesff. 23v-27r: Imago Mundi by Honorius Augustodunensisff. 27r-29v: Liber differentia quae est inter spiritum et animam by Costa Ben Luca, translated...
Dates: 13th century

MS 117: Composite manuscript containing six texts by Ramon Llull, 15th century

Identifier: MS 117
Contents This manuscript is a miscellany of texts associated with Ramon Llull, a 13th century philosopher. It is 15th century and probably Italian. The contents are as follows:ff. 1r-10v: Ars generalis ultima by Ramon Llullff. 12r-14v: Liber de Accidente et Substantia by Ramon Llullff. 15r-22r: Alphabetum puerile logices by Ramon Llullff. 22v-23r: Sumula...
Dates: 15th century

MS 118: Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis by Paul of Venice, 15th century

Identifier: MS 118
Contents This manuscript contains Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis by Paul of Venice (1369–1429), a scholastic philosopher, logician, theologian of the Hermits of the Order of Saint Augustine. The Expositio in Libros Posteriorum Aristotelis is a commentary on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics that deals with the problems of logic and argumentation.Contents...
Dates: 15th century

MS 124: Composite manuscript containing three texts, 1459

Identifier: MS 124
Contents This manuscript was created in 1459 by a German scribe, Marquard Rode, in Paris. It contains versions of philosophical texts complied by Antonius Andreas and based on the work of Duns Scotus. Antonius Andreas, or Antonio Andrés, was born around 1280 and died around 1320; he was a Spanish Franciscan theologian, and a pupil of Duns Scotus. Duns Scotus, or John Duns, was an important philosopher-theologian, originally from Scotland. The last section seems to be a later addition.The contents...
Dates: 1459

MS 134: Composite manuscript including two texts, 14th century

Identifier: MS 134
Contents Contains two texts, both in the same hand. The Tractatus de logica by Al-Ghāzāli is found on ff. 1-34. A book by 'Isaac de Diffinitionibus' is included on ff. 34v-36. The texts are described separately, under MS 134/ff. 1-34; and MS 134/ff. 34v-36. Writing Well written, small Italian Gothic hand. Illumination Blue and red filigree initials on burnished gold grounds with some...
Dates: 14th century

Notebook on Kantian philosophy, 1909

Identifier: BAI 1/1/12
Scope and Contents A notebook on Kantian philosophy compiled by John Baillie while at the University of Jena under Prof Dr Rudolf Eucken.
Dates: 1909