Thomas of York (Franciscan)

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Thomas of York[1] (b. c. 1220; d. before 1269) was an English Franciscan theologian and scholastic philosopher of the thirteenth century. He was associated with the Oxford Franciscan school.

He entered the Order of Friars Minor in 1242, and studied at the University of Oxford. He later was the leader of the Franciscan establishment at Cambridge.[2]

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  1. ^ Thomas de Eboraco, Thomas Eboracensis.
  2. ^ Franciscan Schools of thought (3)

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