Opera omnia

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Leuven University Press, 2008 - History - 120 pages
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In the process of completing his critical edition of Marcus of Orvieto's Liber de Moralitatibus, Girard J. Etzkorn happened upon a set of questions attributed to Henry of Ghent at the end of Rome's Bibliotheca Angelica codex 750. These questions are edited in this volume under the proviso "attributed to" so that scholars may compare the texts with other works of the Ghentian master known to be authentic. Etzkorn concludes that the ten questions appear to be of two literary genres. Moreover, the ten questions seem to be "selected" questions and were not likely disputed at the same time. Future investigations are essential to find out if the questions may indeed be attributed to Henry himself or whether they were written by one of Henry's disciples who was copying the thoughts and words of the master.

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Utrum Deus sit summe simplex
Utrum aliquid aliud a Deo sit actu infinitum vel esse posset
Utrum angelus vel aliqua alia creatura creari possit ab aeterno
Utrum substantia angeli sit composita ex materia et forma
Utrum natura angeli sit nobilior quam natura animae
Utrum praedestinatio iuvari possit precibus sanctorum
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Girard J. Etzkorn is Emeritus Professor at St. Bonaventure University.