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  • Gallery:    Scholastic Superstars - Profiles of Peter Lombard, John Duns Scotus,    Albert the Great, and Bonaventure. Written for a popular audience. 

  • A Guide to Thirteenth    Century Theologians - Dates, extant works, and recent bibliography for    Dominican, Franciscan, and secular masters at Paris and Oxford.
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  • Catholic    Encyclopedia: Alexander of Hales - Biographical article on the first of    the scholastic theologians to use Aristotelean principles in systematic    theology. 

  • Columbia    Encyclopedia: Alexander of Hales - Brief profile of the    "Unanswerable Doctor." 

  • A    Guide to Thirteenth Century Theologians: Alexander of Hales - Dates,    extant works, recent bibliography.
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  • Catholic    Encyclopedia: Gabriel Biel - Lengthy article on the last of the    Scholastics. Biel, the first professor of theology at Tübingen, was a    nominalist. He died in 1495. 

  • Gabriel    Biel's Doctrine of Justification - Paper by Michael Sudduth.
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  • Does God act    immediately in every action of a creature? - Translation of In    sententias theologicas Petri Lombardi, bk. 2, dist. 1, q. 5. 

  • Durandus a    Saint-Pourçain - Latin text and English translation of In Petri    Lombardi Sententias Theologicas Commentarium, Vol. 4, Dist. 25, Quaestio 2.    Also a rebuttal of Durandus's arguments against the ordination of women. 

  • Durandus of    Saint-Pourçain - "His nominalism was so much opposed to the    contemporary philosophic realism that the third period of Scholasticism is    made to begin with him."
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  • Gerson, John -    Short biographical article in the Columbia Encyclopedia. 

  • Jean de Charlier de    Gerson - Biographical article in the Catholic Encyclopedia. Examines his    view of conciliarism, and considers his mystical theology. 

  • Medieval    Women: Jean Gerson - Excerpts from Gerson's writings. 

  • On the Life and Mystical    Theology of Jean Gerson (1363-1429) - Appreciative article by Scott    David Foutz. Gerson seen from an evangelical Protestant perspective.
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  • Bookish - Review    of Ivan Illich's 1993 book "In The Vineyard of the Text: A Commentary    to Hugh's Didascalicon." 

  • Catholic    Encyclopedia: Hugh of St. Victor - Lengthy essay on the life and    writings of this philosopher, theologian, and mystical writer. 

  • The Ecole    Glossary: Hugh of St.-Victor - Brief profile of the theologian, by Karen    Rae Keck. 

  • Hugh of Saint Victor    - Brief biography of the twelfth-century philosopher and theologian. In the    Columbia Encyclopedia. 

  • Hugh of St.    Victor (1096-1141) - Short biography.
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  • Catholic    Encyclopedia: Hus, Jan - Biographical article, with extensive    hyperlinks. 

  • The Ecole    Glossary: Jan Hus - Short biography of the Czech martyr. 

  • Execution    of John Hus - Extract from Foxe's Book of Martyrs. 

  • Huss, John -    Biographical article on the Czech reformer, in the Columbia Encyclopedia. 

  • Huss,    John, Hussites - Lengthy article in the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia    of Religious Knowledge. Includes bibliography. 

  • Jan Hus:    Final Declaration - Modern History Sourcebook listing of his Final    Declaration, July 1, 1415 

  • John Huss,    Priest and Martyr - Short biographical sketch. 

  • John Huss, Priest    and Martyr - Short biography, along with a profile of Sir Thomas More    and John Fisher. Prayer in traditional (Anglican) and contemporary language. 

  • MSN    Learning & Research: Hus, Jan - Short biographical article. 

  • Sentence    Against John Hus - Issued by the Council of Constance, 6 July, 1415.    Tanner edition. 

  • Wikipedia: Jan Hus -    Brief biographical article.
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  • The    Authority of Text: Nicholas of Lyra's Judaeo-Christian Hermeneutic and The    Canterbury Tales - Reading Chaucer by way of the fourteenth-century    French exegete. Article by Rhonda Wauhkonen. 

  • Nicholas of Lyra    - Exegete, author of postillae, insisted that the literal sense of Scripture    is the foundation for any spiritual interpretation. 

  • The Nicholas of Lyra    Psalms Page - An English translation of his Postilla on the Book of    Psalms. 

  • Sacred    Texts - Two photos of a late fifteenth-century printed copy of Nicholas    of Lyra's Moralia super totam Bibliam, from the Golda Meir Library at the    University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee.
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  • Catholic    Encyclopedia: Peter Lombard - Biobibliographical essay on the Master of    the Sentences. 

  • Columbia    Encyclopedia: Peter Lombard - Brief biography of the Italian theologian. 

  • Commbase -    Software for Windows. Biographical database of medieval commentators on the    works of Aristotle and Peter Lombard's Sentences. 

  • The    Ecole Glossary: Peter Lombard - Short essay on his life and writings. 

  • Encyclopædia    Britannica: Peter Lombard - Short article from the 1911 edition. Has    some scanner errors, but is legible. 

  • The Franciscan    Archive: Peter Lombard - Partial online edition of the Sentences, in    Latin and English. Links. 

  • A    Historical Dictionary of Terms in Family History: Peter Lombard -    Highlights Peter Lombard's teaching on the requirements for a valid    marriage. 

  • A    Most Mysterious "Angelic" Manuscript - Introduction, and    English translation of Peter Lombard's Distinction 7 from Book 2 of the    Libri Quattuor Sententiarum. 

  • Peter Lombard (1095-1160)    - An article on the scholastic theologian and his most important work, the    Sentences. In the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 

  • Sententiarum    libri IV - Photo of a thirteenth-century manuscript page in the    collection of Columbia University.