The immortality of the soul De immortalitate animae, translated by Roland J. Teske, (Milwaukee .
The immortality of the soul De immortalitate animae, translated by Roland J. Teske, (Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1991). The Trinity, or, The first principle De Trinitate, seu De primo principio, translated by Roland J. Teske and Francis C. Wade, (Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1989). Rhetorica divina, seu ars oratoria eloquentiae divinae, Latin text and translation by Roland J. Teske, ( Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations 17, Leuven, Peeters, 2013). William of Auvergne: On the.
William, Roland J Teske. Published by Marquette University Press, United States (1991).
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First published Wed Sep 24, 2008; substantive revision Fri Nov 18, 2016. On many of the important issues of later medieval thought, William is the first to provide in-depth discussions, and his voluminous works are an important and still under-appreciated source for our understanding of the development of medieval philosophy.
He published several books about medieval philosophy and theology, and translated and prepared English translations of. .Marquette University Press, 2007. William of Auvergne,The immortality of the soul De immortalitate animae Milwaukee, Wis. : Marquette University Press, 1991.
He published several books about medieval philosophy and theology, and translated and prepared English translations of their work, specializing in St. Augustine's philosophical and religious views and the work of the later philosopher William of Auvergne, Bishop of Paris. Scholarly English translations of St. Augustine. Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino (with John Patrick Donnelly), Spiritual writings New York : Paulist Press, 1989.
Parts of William of Auvergne's De Universo. Series: Mediaeval Philosophical Texts in Translation (Book 15). Paperback: 234 pages. Publisher: Fordham University Press (December 31, 1998).
William of Auvergne book. William of Auvergne (1180/90-1249) was a French priest who served as Bishop of Paris from 1228 until his death in 1249. He is also known as Guillaume d'Auvergne, Guilielmus Alvernus, or William of Paris. He went to Paris to study and earned a master's degree in Theology at the University of Paris. A Scholastic philosopher, he was made a professor first in the faculty of arts and then in 1220 in tha William of Auvergne (1180/90-1249) was a French priest who served as Bishop of Paris from 1228 until his death in 1249.
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