Antonius Andreas

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Antonius Andreas[1] (born c. 1280, Tauste, Aragon, died 1320[2]) was a Spanish Franciscan theologian, a pupil of Duns Scotus.

He was teaching at the University of Lleida in 1315. He was nicknamed Doctor Dulcifluus, or Doctor Scotellus[3] (applied as well to Peter of Aquila).

His Quaestiones super XII libros Metaphysicae Aristotelis was printed in 1481.

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  • Marek Gensler, The making of Doctor Dulcifluus. Antonius Andreae's contribution to the formation of Scotism, Anuari de la Societat Catalana de Filosofia 1996, pp. 57-67.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Andreae, Andrea, Antonio Andreas, Antonio Andreae, Antonio Andrea, Antonio Andrés, Antoni Andreu.
  2. ^ History of Philosophy 41
  3. ^ Catalan philosophy: From the beginning of the academic philosophy until the Aristotelian reaction in the 15th century

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