Société Internationale pour l'Etude de la Philosophie Médiévale
Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale vol:55 pages:133-176
The Louvain professor of Arts and Theology Petrus de Rivo is best known for his central role in the "Quarrel over Future Contingents" at Louvain (1465-1475). But Peter wrote many works, including calendrical treatises and commentaries on Aristotle and the Bible. After presenting the status quaestionis on Peter's life and works as well as a sketch of the education in Arts at Louvain in the fifteenth century, the present article focuses on the Aristotelian commentaries, giving both a general impression of their structure and a detailed list of the contents for each surviving commentary.