Notes to Marsilius of Inghen

1. The biographical information provided here is based on G. Ritter, Studien zur Spätscholastik I: Marsilius von Inghen und die okkamistische Schule in Deutschland, Heidelberg 1921, 7–44, and my Marsilius of Inghen. Divine Knowledge in Late Medieval Thought, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 50, Leiden 1993, 7–11. In these studies the reader will find references to the relevant sources.

2. For a modern edition of theOratio funebris, see Marsilius of Inghen, Gedenkschrift 1499 zum einhundertsten Todestag des Gründungsrektors der Universität Heidelberg, ed. D. Walz and R. Düchting, Heidelberg 2008, 107–113.

3. See the literature listed in the Bibliography below under the header Catalogue of works and bibliography.

4. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, vol. 1: Super primum, quaestiones 1–7, ed. G. Wieland, M. Santos Noya, M.J.F.M. Hoenen, M. Schulze, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 87, ed. M. Santos Noya, Leiden 2000, Quaestio 2, art. 3, 77–79.

5. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, vol. 2: Super primum, quaestiones 8–21, ed. G. Wieland, M. Santos Noya, M.J.F.M. Hoenen, M. Schulze, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 88, ed. M. Santos Noya, Leiden 2000, Quaestio 12, 124: “… universalia nihil sint praeter signa ad placitum aut naturaliter significativa”, and Marsilius of Inghen, Abbreviationes super octo libros Physicorum Aristotelis, Venice 1521, fol. 3ra-b.

6. Marsilius of Inghen, Treatises on the Properties of Terms. A First Critical Edition of the Suppositiones, Ampliationes, Appellationes, Restrictiones and Alienationes with Introduction, Translation, Notes, and Appendices, ed. E. P. Bos, Synthese Historical Library 22, Dordrecht 1983, 62: “Et ideo istam simplicem suppositionem non pono”.

7. Marsilius of Inghen, Treatises on the Properties of Terms, 84.

8. Marsilius of Inghen, Treatises on the Properties of Terms, 89–90.

9. Marsilius of Inghen, Treatises on the Properties of Terms, 108.

10. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 1, quaestio 42, art. 2, fol. 176va.

11. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 1, quaestio 42, art. 2, fol. 176va, and Lib. 2, quaestio 1, art. 2, fol. 203va.

12. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super libros Priorum analyticorum, Venice 1516, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1968, Lib. 2, quaestio 20, fol. 36va: “… est naturalis inclinatio intellectus ad veritatem. Intellectus enim per veritatem perficitur.”

13. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 2, quaestio 1, art. 2, fol. 206ra: “… creationem esse possibilem vel esse factam vel Deum esse creatorem sola fide est creditum ab homine viatore. Patet, quia non est deducibile ex lumine naturali.”

14. See the relevant passage of Marsilius’s commentary on the De anima, edited in O. Pluta, Kritiker der Unsterblichkeitsdoktrin in Mittelalter und Renaissance, Bochumer Studien zur Philosophie 7, Amsterdam 1986, 98–100.

15. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 1, quaestio 42, art. 2, fol. 178va-179ra.

16. See R. Tatarzynski, “Le commentaire à la Metaphysique d’Aristote attribué à Jean de Slupcza. La choix des questions relatives à la causasalité”, Mediaevalia Philosophica Polonorum 24 (1979), 133–168.

17. See P. Bakker, “Aristotelian Metaphysics and Eucharistic Theology. John Buridan and Marsilius of Inghen on the Ontological Status of Accidental Being”, The Metaphysics and Natural Philosophy of John Buridan, ed. J.M.M.H. Thijssen and J. Zupko, Medieval and Early Modern Science 2, Leiden 2000, 247–264.

18. See E. Winkelmann, Urkundenbuch der Universität Heidelberg, vol. 1: Urkunden, Heidelberg 1886, 41.

19. See R. Kink, Geschichte der Kaiserlichen Universität zu Wien, vol. 2: Statutenbuch der Universität, Vienna 1854, 202 (titulus 17).

20. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, vol. 2: Super primum, quaestiones 8–21, ed. G. Wieland, M. Santos Noya, M.J.F.M. Hoenen, M. Schulze, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 88, ed. M. Santos Noya, Leiden 2000, Quaestio 12, art. 3, 107–117. On Marsilius’s sources, see my Marsilius of Inghen. Divine Knowledge in Late Medieval Thought, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 50, Leiden 1993, 56–61.

21. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, vol. 1: Super primum, quaestiones 1–7, ed. G. Wieland, M. Santos Noya, M.J.F.M. Hoenen, M. Schulze, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 87, ed. M. Santos Noya, Leiden 2000, Quaestio 1, art. 1, 7–15.

22. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, vol. 1: Super primum, quaestiones 1–7, ed. G. Wieland, M. Santos Noya, M.J.F.M. Hoenen, M. Schulze, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 87, ed. M. Santos Noya, Leiden 2000, Quaestio 1, art. 1, 15–17.

23. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 1, quaestio 45, art. 2, fol. 191va-vb: “… si conclusio posset dare occasionem ruinae simplicibus, non concedatur nisi cum debito moderamine, ut veritas elucescat et ruina praecaveatur. Non est enim scientia sacra scientia praesumptionis vel logicalis superstitionis, sed pietatis, quae non destruere debet simplices, sed aedificare.”

24. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 1, quaestio 40, art. 2, fol. 167va-vb.

25. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 1, quaestio 24, art. 2, fol. 101rb.

26. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 4, quaestio 6, art. 1, fol. 515va.

27. Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, Strasbourg 1501, reprint Frankfurt am Main 1966, Lib. 4, quaestio 1, art. 3, fol. 480ra-va. On Bonaventure as Marsilius’s source, see my “Der Sentenzenkommentar des Marsilius von Inghen (1396). Aus dem Handschriftenbestand des Tübinger Wilhelmsstifts”, Theologische Quartalschrift 171 (1991), 114–129.

28. The section on Marsilius’s influence is based on the data collected in my Marsilius of Inghen. Divine Knowledge in Late Medieval Thought, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 50, Leiden 1993, 10–15.

29. See the introduction to Marsilius of Inghen, Quaestiones super quattuor libros Sententiarum, vol. 1: Super primum, quaestiones 1–7, ed. G. Wieland, M. Santos Noya, M.J.F.M. Hoenen, M. Schulze, Studies in the History of Christian Thought 87, ed. M. Santos Noya, Leiden 2000, xxvii-lv.

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