Vital du Four

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Vital du Four

Vital du Four[1] (Bazas, 1260-Avignon, 1327) was a French Franciscan theologian and scholastic philosopher.

He became Cardinal in 1312 and bishop of Albano in 1321.[2]


  • Quaestiones disputate de rerum principio, wrongly attributed to Duns Scotus in: Quaestiones disputatae De rerum principio, tractatus De primo rerum omnium principio, novis curis edidit Marianus Fernandez Garcia, Quaracchi, 1910, pp. 1–624.


  • John F. Lynch, The Theory of Knowledge of Vital du Four, St. Bonaventure, Franciscan Institute Publications, 1972. ISBN 978-1-57659-103-1


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