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Introduction
Brînzei, Monica. • S. VII-XVIII

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Note on the Vernacular Name of Richardus de Mediavilla: Of ‘Menneville', Not ‘Middleton'
Schabel, Christopher. • S. XIX-XXII

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Notitia intuitiva and complexe significabile at Paris in the 1340s: From Alphonsus Vargas Toletanus to Peter Ceffons
Corbini, Amos. • S. 3-38

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The Possibility of Cognizing Material Substances. The Evolution of a Philosophical Problem in Late-Medieval Commentaries on the Sentences
Robert, Aurélien. • S. 39-79

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Peter Plaoul and Intuitive Knowledge
Witt, Jeffrey C.. • S. 81-102

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Heymericus de Campo (†1460) Reads Peter Lombard: Late-Medieval Abbreviations of the Libri Sententiarum
Hoenen, Maarten J. F. M.. • S. 105-153

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Unum antiquum problema: Denys the Carthusian and John Capreolus on the Question Whether the Soul's Essence Is Distinct from Its Potencies. A Late-Medieval Starting Point
Jeschke, Thomas. • S. 155-196

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The Human Soul: Definitions and Differentiae in Late-Medieval Commentaries on the Sentences
Duba, William OwenRibordy, Olivier. • S. 197-226

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Denys the Carthusian's Sentential Teachings on the Nature and Operations of the Soul
Emery, Kent jr.. • S. 227-250

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Pierre d'Ailly and the Imago Trinitatis: The Sources of His Trinitarian Theology
Slotemaker, John T.. • S. 253-282

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Freedom in Heaven: Peter of Candia's Treatment of the Necessity or Contingency of Beatific Enjoyment
Kitanov, Severin Valentinov. • S. 283-325

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Henry of Langenstein, Henry Totting of Oyta, Nicholas of Dinkelsbühl and the Vienna Group on Reconciling Human Free Will with Divine Foreknowledge
Schabel, Christopher. • S. 327-406

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Epilogue: Commentaries on the Sentences in Paris around 1370
Brînzei, Monica. • S. 407-430