in [Toronto] .
Written in English
|Other titles||De trinitate|
|Contributions||Switalski, Bruno, 1909-, Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190, 210 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||210|
The Trinity, or the First Principle: De Trinitate, Seu De Primo Principio (Mediaeval Philosophical Texts in Translation) William of Auvergne. Published by Brand: Marquette Univ Pr () ISBN X ISBN New Paperback Quantity Available: /5(1). I thought you might be interested in this item at Title: De Trinitate Author: William, of Auvergne Bishop of Paris; Bruno Switalski Publisher: Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, ISBN/ISSN: OCLC Please verify that you are not a robot. I thought you might be interested in this item at Title: The Trinity, or, The first principle = De Trinitate, seu De primo principio Author: William, of Auvergne Bishop of Paris; Roland J Teske Publisher: Milwaukee, Wis.: Marquette University Press, © ISBN/ISSN: X OCLC Please verify that you are not a robot. On the Trinity (Latin: De Trinitate) is a Latin book written by Augustine of Hippo to discuss the Trinity in context of the gh not as well known as some of his other works, it is arguably his masterpiece and of more doctrinal importance than the Confessions or City of God.. It is placed by him in his Retractationes among the works written (meaning begun) in AD Missing: William of Auvergne.
William of Auvergne. The Trinity or First Principle, trans. R. Teske and F. Wade (Milwaukee, ). 8 Switalski indicates two allusions to the Cathars. The first reference, in De trinitate chap. 4 (p. 34), to "imperiti intellectu" seems too general. The second, in De trinitate chap. 44 (p. William of Auvergne, De Universo; Ottman, , lists forty-four manuscripts, not including this one (one formerly at Chartres, destroyed in World War II), dating from the thirteenth (a single manuscript) through the seventeenth century (again, a single manuscript). The popularity of William’s work in the fifteenth century is demonstrated by. On the one hand, there was the Augustinian legacy stemming from the De Trinitate, according to which the mind knows itself per se ipsam precisely because it is incorporeal. On the other hand, the Arabic tradition embedded self-knowledge into the soul's nature: there is an actual, non-conscious self-knowledge within the very nature of the soul. The Trinity, or the First Principle: De Trinitate, Seu De Primo Principio (Mediaeval Philosophical Texts in Translation) William Of Auvergne; Teske, Roland J. Published by Marquette Univ Pr ().
William of Auvergne () De trinitate, ed. Switalski Bruno. Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto; an English translation by Teske Roland et al is available in Mediaeval Philosophical Texts in Translation Milwaukee, Google Scholar. The Trinity, or the First Principle: De Trinitate, Seu De Primo Principio (Mediaeval Philosophical by William of Auvergne Paperback $ Only 3 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by : Paperback. “An important work of William of Auvergne, his De Trinitate, is the object of this English translation preceded by a notable Introduction that is at once historical and theological. The translated version is based on the critical text edited by Switalski (Toronto, ), the titles of the chapters being borrowed from the old edition of Orléans. The De Trinitate is fundamental for the understanding of William’s philosophical and theological thought.