William de la Mare

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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 master's degree (Master Regent) in Paris in 1274/5.[1] 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.[2]

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).[1]


  1. ^ a b William de la Mare, University of San Diego, archived from the original on 9 May 2008 
  2. ^ Emily Michael (2009), "John Wyclif's Atomism", in Christophe Grellard; Aurélien Robert, Atomism in Late Medieval Philosophy and Theology, BRILL, p. 192, ISBN 978-90-04-17217-3 

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