William de la Mare
|William de la Mare|
William De La Mare (died c.1285) was an English Franciscan theologian.
William de la Mare is thought to have been born in Britain. He obtained a masters degree (Master Regent) in Paris in 1274/5. In 1282, the Franciscan order adopted his work, the Correctorium Fratris Thomae, critical of Thomas Aquinas's works, was prescribed to be read in conjunction with that of Thomas.
De la Mare also wrote scholarly notes relating to biblical texts, including textual notes (his Correctio textus bibliae), a linguistic references for the Hebrew used in original version of biblical scripture (the De hebraeis et graecis vocabilis glossarum bibliae).
- Detlef Metz (1998). "Wilhelm de la Mare". In Bautz, Traugott. Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) (in German) 13. Herzberg: Bautz. cols. 1247–1250. ISBN 3-88309-072-7.
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