Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Fourteenth Century pages:401-491
Detailed review of the ca. 20 sets of Quodlibetal questions from the period 1260-1330 written by Dominicans, and including "anti-quodlibetal" literature, written against the Quodlibeta of, e.g., Henry of Ghent, Godfrey of Fontaines, and Durand of St. Pourcain. The chapter discusses the dating and authorship of the various sets of Quodlibetal questions, salient philosophical and theological issues addressed in them, as well as the major doctrinal characteristics, especially "Thomism". The chapter concludes with an analysis of the vibrant nature of the early Thomism on display in the Dominican quodlibetal literature. The chapter includes editions of previously unavailable texts by Bernard of Auvergne and Robert of Orford.