Richard Kilvington

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Richard Kilvington (c. 1305-1361) was an English scholastic philosopher at the University of Oxford. His surviving works are lecture notes from the 1320s and 1330s. He was a Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford.[1] He was involved in a controversy over the nature of the infinite, with Richard FitzRalph, of Balliol College.[2]

In the 1340s he worked for Richard of Bury, bishop of Durham.[3]


  • Barbara Ensign Kretzmann, Norman Kretzmann (editors), The Sophismata of Richard Kilvington


  1. ^ Jan A. Aertsen, Andreas Speer (editors), Raum und Raumvorstellungen im Mittelalter (1998), p. 179.
  2. ^ John David North, Stars, Minds, and Fate: Essays in Ancient and Medieval Cosmology (1989), p. 242.
  3. ^ Jorge J. E. Gracia, Timothy B. Noone, A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages (2003), p. 571.

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