Francis of Marchia. Theologian and Philosopher. A Franciscan at the University of Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century pages:1-20
The chapter discusses Francis of Marchia's (f. 1320) life and works, and then gives a focused study on the mutual influence between Marchia and William of Ockham and aspects of Marchia's influence on both Franciscan and Augustinian Hermit theologians at Paris in the mid-fourteenth century, as well as his influence on the arts master John the Canon. The chapter describes the six articles contained in the volume to which it serves as an introduction, and it ends with a bibliography of Marchia studies that aims to be exhaustive.