Secondary Literature

This bibliography lists scholarly literature on Peter Auriol by the last name of the respective author.
Citations internal to it are of the form: author’s last name, shortened title.

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Adams, M.M.
“Ockham’s Nominalism and Unreal Entities”, Philosophical Review 86 (1977), pp. 144-76.

Adams, M.M.
William Ockham (Notre Dame, 1987)
• See index.

Adriaenssen, H.Th.
Knowledge and the Veil of Representations. A Comparison of Late-Medieval and Early-Modern Critiques of Species and Ideas, Ph.D. dissertation, RU Groningen (2013).

Adriaenssen, H.Th.
“Peter John Olivi and Peter Auriol on Conceptual Thought,” Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy 2 (2014), pp. 67-97.

Aertsen, J.A.
Medieval Philosophy as Transcendental Thought: From Philip the Chancellor (ca. 1225) to Francisco Suárez (Leiden, 2012).
• deals with Auriol on the concept of being, on the first object of the intellect, on metaphysics as a science, and in particular with connotative transcendentals, pp. 434-456.

Alféri, P.
Guillaume d’Ockham. Le Singulier (Paris, 1989), esp. pp. 216-39.
• On Auriol’s theory of concepts and Ockham’s critique of it. Cf. Joël Biard’s review in Vivarium 29 (1991), pp. 148-49 and Denery, “The Appearance of Reality”, p. 38 n. 32.

Alliney, G.
“Fra Scoto e Ockham: Giovanni di Reading e il dibattito sulla libertà a Oxford (1310-1320)”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 7 (1996), pp. 243-368, esp. pp. 269-81.

Amerini, F.
“Realism and Intentionality: Hervaeus Natalis, Peter Aureoli, and William Ockham in Discussion”, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Leiden, 2009), pp. 239-60.

Amerini, F.
“Peter Auriol on Categories”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 25 (2014), 493-535.

Azanza, A.
“La polémica de Pedro de Atarrabia (m. 1347) con Pedro Auréolo (m. 1322) sobre la intuición del no-existente”, Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval2 (1995), pp. 71-78.

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Bakker, P.J.J.M.
La raison et le miracle. Les doctrines eucharistiques (c. 1250-c. 1400). Contribution à l’étude des rapports entre philosophie et théologie (Nijmegen, 1999), 2 vols.
• volume I deals with Auriol a great deal.

Baldissera, A.
“La decisione del concilio di Vienne (1311) ‘Substantia animae rationalis seu intellectivae vere ac per se humani corporis forma’ nell’interpretazione di un contemporaneo”, Rivista di filosofia neo-scolastica 34 (1942), pp. 212-32.

Baudry, L
La querelle des futurs contingents (Louvain 1465-1475). Textes inédits (Paris: J. Vrin, 1950).
• Cf. Schabel, “Peter de Rivo”, “Peter Aureol”, and Theology at Paris, as well as the English translation of Baudry’s work: The Quarrel over Future Contingents. Louvain, 1465-1475, trans. Rita Guerlac (Dordrecht 1989).

Benz, E.
“Die Geschichtstheologie der Franziskanerspiritualen des 13. und 14. Jahrhunderts nach neuen Quellen”, Zeitschrift für Kirchengeschichte 2 (1933), pp. 111-118.
• Announced an edition of the Postilla in apocalypsim.

Benz, E.
Ecclesia spiritualis. Kirchenidee und Geschichtstheologie der Franziskanischen Reformation (Stuttgart 1934), esp. 432-58.
• Cf. Roest, Reading the Book, pp. 184-85.

Bernards, M.
“Zur Überlieferung mittelalterlicher theologischen Schriften. Neue Handschriften”, Recherches de théologie ancienne et médiévale 19 (1952), pp. 327-36.
• p. 332 Bernards announces Auriol’s Compendium litteralis sensus totius S. Scripturaein ms. Koblenz 261 (am Ende unvollständig) and XLV quaestiones theologicae in ms. Dusseldorf B 159 (s. XV); on the latter work, see Stegmüller, pp. 657-61.

Beumer, J.
“Der Augustinismus in der theologischen Erkenntnislehre des Petrus Aureoli”, Franziskanische Studien 36, pp. 137-71 (1954).

Biard, J.
“La ‘science divine’ comme paradigme du savoir chez quelques auteurs du XIVe siècle: Pierre d’Auriole, Grégoire de Rimini”, in R. Rashed and J. Biard (eds.), Les doctrines de la science de l’antiquité à l’age classique (Peeters, 1999), pp. 189-209.

Biard, J.
“Intention et présence: La notion de presentialitas au XIVe siècle”, in D. Perler (ed.), Ancient and Medieval Theories of Intentionality (Brill, 2001), pp. 265-82.
• see especially section devoted to Auriol on pp. 270-77.

Biard, J.
“Intention and Presence: The Notion of Presentialitas in the Fourteenth Century”, in Sara Heinämaa, Vili Lähteenmäki, and Pauliina Remes (eds.), Consciousness. From Perception to Reflection in the History of Philosophy (Springer, Dordrecht 2007), pp. 123-40.
• english translation of Biard, Intention et présence (2001).

Boehner, Ph.
“Notitia intuitiva of Non-Existents according to Peter Aureoli, OFM (1322)”, Franciscan Studies 8 (1948), pp. 388-416 (article reprinted in Rivista di filosofia neo-scolastica 41 (1949) pp. 289-307).
• pp. 411-416 contains an edition of “redactio prima” = Rep. I, prologus, q.1.

Bolyard, C.
“Knowledge, Certainty, and Propositions per se notae: a Study of Peter Auriol”, Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington (1999).

Bolyard, C.
“Knowing naturaliter:Auriol’s propositional foundations”, Vivarium 38 (2000), pp. 162-76.

Bolyard, C.
“Truth and Certainty in Peter Auriol”, Vivarium 53 (2015), pp. 45-64.

Bonino, S.-Th.
“Capreolus contre Pierre Auriol: une certaine idée de la connaissance”, in Guy Bedouelle, Romanus Cessario, and Kevin White, eds., Jean Capreolus en son temps (1380-1444) (Paris, 1997).
• Auriol, one of the thinkers whom Capreolus most likes to discuss, appears often throughout this volume.

Brampton, P.K.
“A Note on Auriol, Ockham, and Ms. Borghese 329”, Gregorianum 41 (1960), pp. 713-16.
• compte-rendu in RHE 57(1962). Borgh. 329 is 1st redaction, not definitive version.

Brenet, J-B.
“Moi qui pense, moi qui souffre. Le problème de l’identité du composé humain dans la riposte anti-Averroiste de Pierre d’Auriole et Grégoire de Rimini”, in O. Boulnois (ed.), Généalogies du sujet de Saint Anselme à Malebranche (Vrin, 2007), pp. 151-69.

Brînzei, M., Friedman, R.L., Schabel, C.
“The Late-Medieval  Reception of Durand’s Sentences Commentary, with Two Case Studies: Peter Auriol (†1322) and Nicholas of Dinkelsbühl (†1433),” in Durand of Saint-Pourçain and His Sentences Commentary. Historical, Philosophical, and Theological Issues, A. Speer, F. Retucci, Th. Jeschke, G. Guldentops, eds. (Leuven, 2014), 295-341.

Brown, S.F.
“The Unity of the Concept of Being in Peter Aureoli’s Scriptum and Commentarium (with a critical edition of the Commentarium text)”, Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Louvain (1964).

Brown, S.F.
“Avicenna and the Unity of the Concept of Being: The Interpretation of Henry of Ghent, Duns Scotus, Gerard of Bologna and Peter Aureoli”, Franciscan Studies 25 (1965), pp. 117-50.

Brown, S.F.
“Peter of Candia’s Hundred-Year ‘History’ of the Theologian’s Role”, Medieval Philosophy and Theology 1 (1991), pp. 156-90.
• discussion of Auriol, pp. 162-69.

Brown, S.F.
“Guido Terrena and the Unity of the Concept of Being”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 3/2 (1992), pp. 599-631, esp. pp. 610-12.

Brown, S.F.
“Petrus Aureoli: De unitate conceptus entis (Reportatio Parisiensis in I Sententiarum, dist. 2, p. 1, qq. 1-3 et p. 2, qq. 1-2)”, Traditio 50 (1995), pp. 199-248.

Brown, S.F.
“L’unité du concept d’être au debut du quatorzième siècle”, in L. Honnefelder et al. (eds.), John Duns Scotus. Metaphysics and Ethics (Leiden – New York, 1996), pp. 327-44, passim but esp. 336-44.

Brown, S.F.
“Declarative and Deductive Theology in the Early Fourteenth Century”, in J.A. Aertsen and A. Speer (eds.),  Was ist Philosophie im Mittelalter? (Berlin 1998), pp. 648-55.

Brown, S.F.
“The Intellectual Context of Later Medieval Philosophy: Universities, Aristotle, Arts, Theology”, in J. Marenbon (ed.), Routledge History of Philosophy,vol. III Medieval Philosophy(1998), pp. 188-201.
• esp. pp. 198-200.

Brown, S.F.
“Walter Burley, Peter Aureoli, and Gregory of Rimini”, in J. Marenbon (ed.), Routledge History of Philosophy,vol. III Medieval Philosophy (1998), pp. 368-85.

Brown, S.F.
“Declarative Theology after Durandus: Its Re-presentation and Defense by Peter Aureoli”, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2009), pp. 401-21.

Brown, S.F.
“La subalternation et ses critiques après saint Thomas. Henri de Gand, Godefroid de Fontaines, Jean des Paris, Pierre d’Auriol” in O. Boulnois (ed.), Philosophie et théologie au moyen âge. Anthologie (Paris 2009), pp. 311-326.

Burr, D.
Olivi’s Peaceable Kingdom. A Reading of The Apocalypse Commentary (Philadelphia 1993).
• esp. pp. 247-51, 259-60 on Auriol.

Buytaert, E.M., ed.
Peter Aureoli Scriptum Super Primum Sententiarum, 2 vols. (St. Bonaventure, NY 1952-56).
• See Buytaert’s introduction on Auriol’s life and works (especially on the Scriptum), vol. 1, pp. vii-xxviii.

Buytaert, E.M.
Damascenus latinus: on item 417 of Stegmueller’s Repertorium Commentariorum, Franciscan Studies 13 (1953), pp. 37ff.
• pp. 47-51(?) treat Auriol. A. Borgh. 329 is 1st redaction, not definitive version. B. Treatment of Tractatus de Principiis.

Buytaert, E.M.
“Aureoli’s Unpublished Reportatio III, dist. 3, Q. 1-2”, Franciscan Studies 15 (1955), pp. 159-74.
• Deals with the Immaculate Conception.

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Cannizzo, G.
“La dottrina del ‘Verbum mentis’ in Pietro d’Auvergne. Contributo alla storia del concetto di intenzionalità”, Rivista di filosofianeo-scolastica 53 (1961), pp. 158-59.
• deals with Auriol’s Scriptum, d. 9 part 1; d. 27, part 2.

Cannizzo, G.
Il Sorgere di “Notitia Intuitiva” all’alba del pensiero moderno. Oxford/Parigi nell’Europa del primo trecento (1298-1318), Palermo (1984).

Conti, A.
“Divine Ideas and Exemplar Causality in Auriol”, Vivarium 38 (2000), pp. 99-116.

Courtenay, W.J.
Adam Wodeham: An Introduction to His Life and Writings (Leiden 1978).

Courtenay, W.J.
“The Role of English Thought in the Transformation of University Education in the Late Middle Ages”, in J. M. Kittelson and P.J. Transue (ed.), Rebirth, Reform and Resilience: Universities in Transition, 1300-1700 (Ohio State UP, 1984), pp. 103-62.

Courtenay, W.J.
Schools and Scholars in Fourteenth-Century England (Princeton UP, 1987).

Courtenay, W.J.
Capacity and Volition: A History of the Distinction of Absolute and Ordained Power (Bergamo 1990).

Courtenay, W.J.
“Between Despair and Love. Some Late Medieval Modifications of Augustine’s Teaching on Fruition and Psychic States”, in K. Hagen, (ed.), Augustine, the Harvest, and Theology (1300-1650). Essays Dedicated to Heiko Augustinus Obermann in Honor of his Sixtieth Birthday (Leiden, 1990), pp. 5-20.

Courtenay, W.J.
“Balliol 63 and Parisian Theology around 1320”, Vivarium 47 (2009), pp. 375-406.
• Deals with Gerard of Siena’s questions in a manuscript that also contains questions by Auriol (cf. Nielsen, “The Debate”); adds evidence to the datation of the ms. and to its general characteristics.

Cova, L.
“Francesco di Meyronnes e Walter Catton nella controversia scolastica sulla ‘Notitia intuitiva de re non existente'”, Medioevo: Rivista di storia della filosofia medievale 2 (1976), pp. 227-51.
• Auriol appears throughout as one of the major interlocutors of both Meyronnes and Chatton on intuitive cognition.

Cross, R.
“A Trinitarian Debate in Early Fourteenth-Century Christology”, Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales 70,2 (2003), pp. 233-74
• A study of a text of John Baconthorpe, which includes a lengthy discussion of Peter Auriol’s view on the incarnation, pp. 261-66, and further pp. 266-74.

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Damiata, M.
“Ockham e Pietro Aureolo”, Studi Francescani 92 (1995), pp. 71-106.

Damiata, M.
I problemi di G. d’Ockham, 3 vols: I. La conoscenza (Florence, 1996), II. Dio (Florence, 1997), III. La natura (Florence 1998).
• on Auriol, see esp. vols. I, pp. 85-92 (on esse intentionale), and in vol. II see the index for discussions of Auriol and Ockham on habitus theologicus, practical theology, and grace and acceptation.

Darge, R.
Omne ens est conveniens. Ursprung und Entwicklung eines spätmittelalterlichen Neuansatzes der Theorie des ontischen Gutseins”, Salzburger Jahrbuch für Philosophie 50 (2005), pp. 9-27.
• Auriol is discussed on pp. 16-20
• Thanks to Jan Aertsen for bringing this article to my attention.

Davenport, A.
Esse Egressus and Esse Apparens in Peter Auriol’s Theory of Intentional Being”, Mediaevalia Philosophica Polonorum, XXXV, 2006, pp. 60-84.

Davenport, A.
“Trois aspects de l’infini divin dans la théologie de Pierre Auriol”, Les Études philosophiques 4 (2009), pp. 531-54.

Day, S.
Intuitive Cognition. A Key to the Significance of the Later Scholastics (St. Bonaventure, NY 1947).

D’Ettore, D.
“John Capreolus on Names Said Analogously of God and Creatures,” Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review 77 (2013), 395-418
• deals with Scotus’ critique of Aquinas’ concept of analogy as well as with Auriol’s critique of Scotus’.

Dedek, J. F.
“Intrinsically Evil Acts: The Emergence of a Doctrine”, Recherches de théologie ancienne et médiévale 50 (1983), pp. 191-226 (1983).
• cf. p. 221.

Dedieu, H.
“Les ministres provinceaux d’Aquitaine des origines à la division de l’Ordre (XIIIe s. – 1517)”, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 76 (1983), pp. 187-92.

Dekker, D.-J.
“John the Canon on time and Motion. A Case Study in Aristotelian Natural Philosophy and Early Scotism”, in C. Leijenhorst, C. Lüthy, and J.M.M.H. Thijssen (eds.), The Dynamics of Aristotelian Natural Philosophy from Antiquity to the Seventeenth Century (Leiden 2002), 225-48.
• deals with Auriol (and John the Canon’s reaction to Auriol) passim.

Denery, D.G.
“The Appearance of Reality: Peter Aureol and the Experience of Perceptual Error”, Franciscan Studies 55 (1998), pp. 17-52.

Denery, D.G.
Seeing and Being Seen in the Later Medieval World. Optics, Theology, and Religious Life (Cambridge, 2005).
• Ch. 4 (pp. 117-36) deals mostly with Auriol and his theory of esse apparens and perceptual error.

Dettloff, W.
Die Entwicklung der Akzeptations- und Verdienstlehre von Duns Scotus bis Luther mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Franziskanertheologen BGPTM 40.2 (Münster 1963).
• Esp. pp. 22-94.

Dewender, T.
“Der ontologische Status der Relationen nach Durandus von St.-Pourcain, Hervaeus Natalis und Petrus Aureoli”, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2009), pp. 287-307

Diedrich, Everett A.
The Doctrine of Peter Aureoli on Habitual Grace (Rome: Unpublished Dissertation, Gregorianum, 1956).

Di Lella, A.
“The Immaculate Conception in the Writings of Peter Aureoli”, Franciscan Studies 15 (1955), pp. 146-58.

Doucet, V.**
Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 27 (1934), pp. 562-63.

Doucet, V.
“L’oeuvre scolastique de Richard de Conington”, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 29 (1936).
• Esp. pp. 415-16.

Doucet, V.
Commentaires sur les Sentences, Supplément au répertoire de M. Frédéric Stegmüller (Florence 1954), no. 658, p. 67.
• 661: Sarnano E. 92 (v. Miscel. Franc.47, 1947?, c. 502); c’est sans doute le ms. qui a servi au Card. Costanzo Sarnano pour son édition. Aucun autre ms. connu.

Dreiling, R.
Der Konzeptualismus in der Universalienlehre des Franziskanerbischofs Petrus Aureoli (Pierre d’Auriole) BGPTM 11.6 (Münster 1913).
• Cf. Friedman, “Peter Auriol on Intentions and Essential Predication”.

Duba, W.
“The Immaculate Conception in the Works of Peter Auriol”, Vivarium 38 (2000), pp. 5-34.

Duba, W.
“Aristotle’s Metaphysics in Peter Auriol’s Commentary on the Sentences”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 12 (2001), pp. 549-73.

Duba, W.
“Aristotelian Traditions in Franciscan Thought: Matter and Potency According to Scotus and Auriol”, in I. Taifacos (ed.), The Origins of European Scholarship (Stuttgart, 2005), pp. 147-61.

Duba, W.
“Peter Auriol the Rhetorician: A Recently Discovered Treatise on Rhetorical Figures”, Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 51 (2009), 63-73.
• see the edited text of Auriol’s Exornaciones verborum.

Duba, W.
“The Legacy of the Bologna studium in Peter Auriol’s Hylomorphism”, in K. Emery, Jr., W.J. Courtenay, S.M. Metzger (eds.), Philosophy and Theology in the ‘Studia’ of the Religious Orders and at Papal and Royal Courts (Turnhout, 2012), pp. 277-302.

Duba, W.
“The Souls after Vienne: Franciscan Theologian’s Views on the Plurality of Forms and the Plurality of Souls, ca. 1315–1330”, in P.J.J.M. Bakker, S.W. de Boer, C. Leijenhorst (eds.), Psychology and the Other Disciplines. A Case of Cross-Disciplinary Interaction (1250–1750) (Leiden, 2012), pp. 171-271.
• deals with Auriol’s take on the problem on pp. 196-205.

Duba, W.
“The Man in the Middle: Peter Auriol’s Syllogistic Commentaries on the Gospel of John” in F. Amerini (ed.), In principio erat Verbum”. Philosophy and Theology in the Commentaries on the Gospel of John (II-XIV Centuries) (Münster, 2014).
• argues against the attribution of a commentary on John to Auriol (as proposed by Stegmüller, “Ein neuer Iohannes Kommentar”).

Duhem, P.
Études sur Léonard de Vinci, 3 vols. Paris, 1906-13, vol. 3, pp. 340-41.
• on latitude of forms and “concharitas” (and cf. Schabel, “Place, Space, and the Physics of Grace”).

Duhem, P.
Le Système du monde: Histoire des doctrine cosmologiques de Platon à Copernic, vols. 6-7 (Paris 1956-59).
• vol. VI: 388, 390-423 (on Aristotelianism, essence/existence, individuation, prime matter, potentiality and act, human soul, and the heavens) , 432, 444-6, 458, 461-2, 511, 550, 557, 578, 583, 588, 591, 596, 600, 680-1,  683
• vol. VII: 14, 99-103 (infinitely large), 116, 224-5 (on place), 239, 254, 311, 315-7 (time), 327-31 (movement), 335, 368-74 (time), 509-12 (forms), 519.
• See also relevant places in the partial English translation Medieval Cosmology. Theories of Infinity, Place, Time, Void, and the Plurality of Worlds,ed. et trans. Roger Ariew (Chicago 1985).

Dumont, S.D.
“New Questions by Thomas Wylton”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 9 (1998), 341-79.
• pp. 348-50, 365-66 deal with Auriol’s debate with Wylton over the ontological status of a real relation.

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Everett, D.D.
“The Doctrine of Peter Aureoli on Habitual Grace”, Rome, Universitas Gregoriana (1956).
• compte rendu Bulletin de Theologie Ancienne et Médiévale 1958, p. 126. no. 356.

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Fitzpatrick, N.A.
“Walter Chatton on the Univocity of Being. A Reaction to Peter Aureoli and William Ockham”, Franciscan Studies 31 (1972), pp. 177-88.

Friedman, R.L., and Schabel, C. D.
“The Vitality of Franciscan Theology at Paris in the 1320’s : MS Wien, Palatinus 1439, Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Age 63 (1996), pp. 357-72.

Friedman, R.L.
“In principio erat Verbum: The Incorporation of Philosophical Psychology into Trinitarian Theology, 1250-1325″, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa (1997).
• on Auriol esp. ch. 7; appendices contain editions of Scriptum, d. 9 part 1, and d. 27 along with manuscript study.

Friedman, R.L.
“Conceiving and Modifying Reality: Some Modist Roots of Peter Auriol’s Theory of Concept Formation”, in Vestigia, Imagines, Verba: Semiotics and Logic in Medieval Theological Texts (XII-XIV Century). C. Marmo, ed. (Turnhout, 1997), pp. 305-21.

Friedman, R.L.
“Peter Auriol on Intentions and Essential Predication”, in S. Ebbesen and R.L. Friedman (eds.), Medieval Analyses in Language and Cognition (Copenhagen, 1999), pp. 415-30.

Friedman, R.L.
“Divergent Traditions in Later-Medieval Trinitarian Theology: Relations, Emanations, and the Use of Philosophical Psychology, 1250-1325”, Studia Theologica 53 (1999), 13-25.

Friedman, R.L.
“Peter Auriol on Intellectual Cognition of Singulars”, Vivarium 38 (2000), pp. 177-93.

Friedman, R.L.
“The Sentences Commentary, 1250-1320: General Trends, the Impact of the Religious Orders, and the Test Case of Predestination”, in G.R. Evans (ed.), Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard (Brill, 2002), pp. 41-128.

Friedman, R.L.
Auriol, Peter” (Tue Sep 8, 2015), in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, E. N. Zalta, ed. (URL = http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/auriol/)

Friedman, R.L.
“Francesco d’Appignano on the Eternity of the World and the Actual Infinite”, in D. Priori (ed.), Atti del primo Convegno Internazionale su Fr. Francesco d’Appignano (Appignano del Tronto, 2002), pp. 83-102.
• deals with Francis of Marchia’s reaction to Auriol’s ideas on infinity and the eternity of the world.

Friedman, R.L.
“Medieval Trinitarian Thought from Aquinas to Ockham” (Cambridge University Press, 2010), esp. pp. 113-20.

Friedman, R.L.
Intellectual Traditions at the Medieval University: The Use of Philosophical Psychology in Trinitarian Theology among the Franciscans and Dominicans, 1250–1350, 2 vols. (Leiden 2013).
• Auriol’s trinitarian theology, vol. 1, pp. 529-594.

Friedman, R.L.
“Act, Species, and Appearance: Peter Auriol on Intellectual Cognition and Consciousness,” in Intentionality, Cognition, and Mental Representation in Medieval Philosophy, G. Klima, ed. (New York, 2015), pp. 141-165.

 

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Gaus, C.
“Aus dem Nichts ins Unbestimmte: Aureolis Lehre von den Transzendentalien als Angelpunkt der Formalismuskritik”, Salzburger Jahrbuch für Philosophie 52 (2007), pp. 65-94.

Gaus, C.
Etiam realis scientia: Petrus Aureolis Konzeptualistische Tranzendentalienlehre vor dem Hintergrund seiner Kritik am Formalitätens realismus (Leiden, 2008).

Gelber, H.G.
“Logic and the Trinity: A Clash of Values in Scholastic Thought, 1300-1335”, Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Wisconsin, Madison (1974).
• Especially pp. 130-43.

Gelber, H.G.
It Could Have Been Otherwise. Contingency and Necessity in Dominican Theology at Oxford, 1300-1350 (Leiden, 2004)
• Auriol appears quite a bit, usually as background to the issues that the book discusses; see the index.

Georgedes, K.
“The Serpent in the Tree of Knowledge: Enjoyment  and Use in Fourteenth-Century Theology,” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison (1995), pp. 190-244 (= Chapter V).

Geyser, J.
“Systematisches zum Problem der propositio per se nota und ihrer Rolle in den Gottesbeweisen”, Franziskanische Studien 30 (1943), 73-116.
• Auriol is a major focus in this article, reviewing essentially the same material as Schmücker, Propositio did.

Glorieux, P.
P. Glorieux, Répertoire des maîtres en théologie de Paris au XIIIe siècle, 2 vols. (Paris, 1933-34), vol. II, pp. 244-48.

Goris, W.
“Implicit Knowledge – Being as First Known in Peter of Oriel”, Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales 69,1 (2002), pp. 33-65.

Grassi, O.
Intuizione e significato. Adam Wodeham ed il problema della conoscenza nel XIV secolo (Jaca Book, 1986).
• esp. 36-41, 149-66.

Grassi, O.
“Probabilismo teologico e certezza filosofica: Pietro Aureoli e il dibattito sulla conoscenza nel ‘300”, in Giulio d’Onofrio (ed.), Storia della teologia nel MedioevoIII: La teologia delle scuole (Casale Monferrato 1996), pp. 515-40.
• with good pre-1990 bibliography on p. 539.

Grassi, O.
Intenzionalità. La dottrina dell’esse apparens nel  XIV secolo (Marietti, Torino, 2005).
• discusses Auriol’s doctrine of esse apparens on pp. 17-98 and confronts it with the reactions of Ockham, Chatton, Wodeham, Gegor of Rimini, and Nicolas of Autrecourt.

Grignaschi, M
“Le problème du contrat social et de l’origine de la civitas dans la scolastique”, Album Émile Lousse Bd.1 (Louvain 1961), pp. 65-85.
• on Auriol pp. 76-82.

Grignaschi, M.
“L’ideologia Marsiliana si spiega con l’adesione dell’autore all’uno o all’altro dei grandi sistemi filosofici dell’inizio del trecento?”, Medioevo 5 (1979), pp. 201-22.

Gumerlocj, F.
The Seven Seals of the Apocalypse (Kalamazoo, 2009).
• contains a translation of portion of Auriol’s commentary on the Apocalypse (Rev 6-8), pp. 63-72; available for download here.

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Halverson, J.L.
“Peter Aureol and the Re-emergence of Predestinarian Pluralism in Latin Theology”, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Iowa (1993).
• With preliminary editions of Scriptum,dd. 40 (aa. 1, 4), 41 (aa. 1, 3), and 45-47.

Halverson, J.L.
“Franciscan Theology and Predestinarian Pluralism in Late-Medieval Thought”, Speculum 70 (1995), pp. 1-26.

Halverson, J.L.
Peter Aureol on Predestination: A Challenge to Late Medieval Thought (Brill, 1998).

Henninger, M.
“Peter Aureoli and William of Ockham on Relation”, Franciscan Studies 45 (1985), pp. 231-43.

Henninger, M.
Relations: Medieval Theories, 1250-1325 (Oxford,1989), esp. pp. 150-73.

Heynck, V.
“Die Kommentare des Petrus Aureoli zum dritten Sentenzenbuch”, Franziskanische Studien 51 (1969), pp. 1-77.

Hoenen, MJ.J.F.
Marsilius of Inghen . Divine Knowledge in Late Medieval Thought. Studies in the History of Christian Thought, 50. (Brill: 1993), passim (see index).

Hoffmann, F.
Ockham-Rezeption und Ockham-Kritik im Jahrzehnt nach Wilhelm von Ockham in Oxford 1322-1332. BGPTM, NF 50. Münster 1998.
• pp. 39-43, 89-92 deal with first Wodeham and then Holcot’s response to Auriol’s ideas on the necessity of a supernatural form of grace.

Hoffmann, T.
“Peter Auriol on Practical Judgment and Angelic Sin”, in G. Alliney, M. Fedeli, A. Pertosa (eds.), Contingenza e libertà: Teorie francescane del primo Trecento (Macerata, 2012), pp. 45-75.
• contains a critical edition of Auriol’s Reportatio II, d. 4, q. 3 „Utrum mali angeli potuerunt peccare?“, pp. 65-75.

Hoffmann, T.
“Peter Auriol on Free Choice and Free Judgment”, Vivarium 53 (2015), pp. 65-89.

 

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Jeschke, Th.
Deus ut tentus vel visus. Die Debatte um die Seligkeit im reflexiven Akt (ca. 1293-1320) (Leiden, 2011).
• discusses Auriol’s critique on Durandus of St.-Pourçain’s doctrine on beatitude as a reflexive act, pp. 459-477.
• contains an edition of Auriol’s Reportatio IV, d. 49, q. 3-5.

 

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Kelley, F. E.
“Walter Chatton vs. Aureoli and Ockham Regarding the Universal Concept”, Franciscan Studies 41 (1981 [1984]), pp. 222-49.

Kitanov, S.
“Displeasure in Heaven, Pleasure in Hell: Four Franciscan Masters on the Relationship between Love and Pleasure, and Hatred and Displeasure”, Traditio 58 (2003), pp. 285-340.
• The article discusses Auriol’s theory of beatific enjoyment (in both the Scriptum and Reportatio in Primum), along with criticisms of it by Ockham, Chatton, and Wodeham.

Kitanov, S.
Beatific Enjoyment in Scholastic Theology and Philosophy: 1240-1335 (Helsinki 2006)
• esp. 110-14, 188-96.

Kitanov, S.
“Durandus of St.-Pourcain and Peter Auriol on the Act of Beatific Enjoyment”, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2009), pp. 163-78.

Knebel, S.
“What about Aureol? Mastri’s Contribution to the Theory of the Distinction of Reason”, in M. Forlivesi (ed.), Rem in seipsa cernere. Saggi sul pensiero filosofico di Bartolomeo Mastrius (1602-1673) (Il poligrafo, 2006), pp. 415-37.
• see the index of this volume for further articles that touch on Auriol’s iimpact on Mastri.

Knebel, S.K.
“Aureol and the Abiguities of the Distinction of Reason”, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2009), pp. 325-37.

Kobusch, T.
Sein und Sprache. Historische Grundlegung einer Ontologie der Sprache (Brill 1987).
• passim , but esp. pp. 141-55.

Kobusch, T.
“Petrus Aureoli. Philosophie des Subjekts”, in T. Kobusch (ed.), Philosophen des Mittelalters, Eine Einführung (Darmstadt 2000), pp. 236-49.

Kobusch, T.
“Das Verborgene und das Erscheinende. Grundlinien der Philosophie des Petrus Aureoli”, in Manfred Gerwing/Heinrich J.F. Reinhardt (eds.), Wahrheit auf dem Weg, Festschrift für Ludwig Hödl zu seinem 85. Geburtstag (Münster 2009), pp. 246-266.

Krey, Ph.
“Nicholas of Lyra: Apocalypse Commentator, Historian, and Critic”, Franciscan Studies 52 (1992), pp. 53-84.
• Auriol appears frequently as one of the Apocalypse commentators that Nicholas’ critiques.

Krey, Ph.
“Many Readers but Few Followers: The Fate of Nicholas of Lyra’s ‘Apocalypse Commentary’ in the Hands of his Late-Medieval Admirers”, Church History 64 (1995), pp. 185-201.
• Deals at some length with Auriol’s Compendiumand its medieval impact.

Krey, Ph.
“The Apocalypse Commentary of 1329: Problems in Church History”, in idem and Lesley Smith (eds.), Nicholas of Lyra. The Senses of Scripture (Leiden, 2000), pp. 267-88.

Kusman, D.
“Textes concernant une consultation de l_Université de Paris par le duc de Brabant et la Ville de Bruxelles en 1318-1319 : Lombards et pouvoirs en Brabant  au début du XIVe siècle »,  Bulletin de la Commission Royale d’Histoire, t. 161 (1995), pp. 171-225.
• In 1319, Auriol was part of a commission, together with Sibert of Beek, Jan Sindewint, and Renier the German, that answered the Duke of Brabant and the city of Brussels on the enaction of the Ex gravi canon of the Council of Vienne (on usury). Kusman’s article contains an edition of that (very brief) response.
• Thanks to Sylvain Piron for drawing this article to my attention.

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Laarmann, M.
“Petrus Aureoli”, in Lexikon des Mittelalters VI.

Landry, B.
“Pierre Auriol, sa doctrine et son rôle”, Revue d’histoire de la philosophie 2 (1928), pp. 27-48, 133-41.
• Cf. Revue des sciences philosophiques et théologiques 1928, pp. 355-56, 602-03.

Lay, R.
“Zur Lehre von den Transzendentalien bei Petrus Aureoli, OFM”, Dissertation, Bonn (1964).

Lee, R.A., Jr.
“Peter Aureoli as Critic of Aquinas on the Subalternate Character of the Science of Theology”, Franciscan Studies 55 (1998), pp. 121-36.

de Lagarde, Georges.
La naissance de l’esprit laicque au déclin du Moyen Age, v. 2: Secteur social de la scolastique (Louvain/Paris, 1958 second edition).
• Chapter: Pierre d’Auriole, pp. 275-301.

Levy, I.C.
“Grace and Freedom in the Soteriology of John Wyclif”, Traditio 60 (2005), 279-337.
• Levy argues that Wyclif’s notion of a passive reception of grace reminds of Auriol’s views on the matter.

de Libera, A.
“Dénomination et Intentions: Sur quelques doctrines médiévale (XIIIe-XIVe siècle) de la paronymie et de la connotation”, in S. Ebbesen and R.L. Friedman (eds.), Medieval Analyses in Language and Cognition (Copenhagen, 1999), pp. 355-75, esp. pp. 362-67.

Lička, L.
“‘Esse apparens’ a jeho role v Auriolově výkladu smyslového vnímání” (= “‘Esse apparens’ and its role in Auriol’s account of sensory perception”), Filosofický časopis 62 (2014), pp. 539-557.
• English and German summaries on pp. 556-7.

Lindner, B.
Die Erkenntnislehre des Thomas von Strassburg (Muenster i W., 1930 = BGPTM 27, Heft. 4/5).
• Auriol, whom Lindner describes as Thomas of Strasbourg’s “Hauptgegner”, figures widely in this book.

Livesey, S.J.
Theology and Science in the Fourteenth Century. Three Questions on the Unity and Subalternation of the Sciences from John of Reading’s Commentary on the Sentences (Leiden: Brill, 1989).
• esp. pp. 68-76 on Auriol on the unity of a science, but also other places in the introduction on John of Reading’s relationship with Auriol (e.g. pp. 5, 11-12, 36-37).

Longpré, E.
“Le Quolibet de Nicholas de Lyre, OFM”, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 23 (1930), pp. 42-56.
• Text edited here as q. 8 of a quodlibet of Nicholas of Lyra is actually Auriol’s question De usu paupere; see F. Pelster “Nikolaus von Lyra” and “Zur Überlieferung”.

Lottin, O.
“La théorie des dons du Saint-Esprit au début du XIVe s”, Mélanges J. de Ghellinck II (1951), esp. pp. 871-74.

Lottin, O.
“Les vertus morales infusés dans l’école franciscaine au début du XIVe siècle”, Recherches de théologie ancienne et médiévale 18 (1951), esp. pp. 124-25.

Lottin, O.
“La connexion des vertus morales acquises au début du XIVe siècle”, Recherches de théologie ancienne et médiévale 22 (1955), esp. pp. 302-04.

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Maier, A.
“Literarhistorische Notizen uber P. Aureoli, Durandus und den ‘Cancellarius’ nach der HS Ripoll 77bis in Barcelona”, Gregorianum 29 (1948), pp. 213-52 (Reprinted in Ausgehendes Mittelalter. Gesammelte Aufsätze zur Geistesgeschichte des 14. Jahrhunderts [Rome, 1964], pp. 139-73, 466-67).
• Deals with the Sent. Commentaries of Peter Auriol and Peter of Palude.

Maier, A.
“Zu einigen Sentenzenkommentaren des XIV Jhs”, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 51 (1958), pp. 369-93 (Reprinted in Ausgehendes Mittelalter**).

Maier, A.
“Die italienischen Averroisten des Codex Vat Lat 6768”, Manuscripta 8, p. 70 (1964).
• ff. 121-50 of this ms. has extracts of 5 qqs. on  Sent.by Auriol; for a description of this manuscript, see more recently Girard J. Etzkorn, Iter Vaticanum Franciscanum: A Description of Some One Hundred Manuscripts of the Vaticanus Latinus Collection (Leiden – New York, 1996), pp. **.

Maier, A.
“Das Problem der species sensibiles in medio und die neue Naturphilosophie des 14. Jahrhunderts”, Ausgehendes Mittelalter II  (Rome 1967), pp. 419-51.
• Many of Maier’s articles in this collection touch upon Auriol

Maier, A.
Zwei Grundprobleme der Scholastischen Naturphilosophie, 3rd ed., Rome 1968 (Storia e Letteratura: Raccolta di Studi e Testi 37).
• e.g. pp. 55-56.

Manelli, St. M.
Pietro Aureoli, O. Min. (+1322), e la questione del debitum peccati, Maria. Pont. Fac. Theol. S. Bonaventurae OFM conv. in Urbe. Diss., Fasc. 42 (Naples, Tip. Laurenziana, 1961). 123 Pages.

Marschler, Th.
“Petrus Aureoli im Disput mit Thomas von Aquin und Johannes Duns Scotus über die Willensfreiheit Gottes”, in Manfred Gerwing/Heinrich J.F. Reinhardt (eds.), Wahrheit auf dem Weg, Festschrift für Ludwig Hödl zu seinem 85. Geburtstag (Münster 2009), pp. 206-225.

Maurer, A.
“Ockham’s Conception of the Unity of Science”, Mediaeval Studies 20 (1958), pp. 110-12.
• d’après le prologue de son comment. in sententias _ influence on Ockham, “tous les deux considérent la science comme un tout ordonné.”

Maurer, A.
“Francis of Meyronnes’ Defense of Direct Realism”, in idem, Being and Knowing: Studies in Thomas Aquinas and Later Medieval Philosophers (Toronto: PIMS, 1990) , pp. 311-31.
• examines Meyronnes’ response to both Ockham and Auriol on intuitive cognition of non-existents.

Mollat, G.
“Auriole (Pierre d’)”, Dictionnaire d’histoire et de géographie ecclésiastique 5 (1931), col 760-62.

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Nardi, B.
Sigieri di Brabante nel pensiero del rinascimento Italiano (Rome, 1945), pp. 94-100.
• Thanks to Jean-Baptiste Brenet and William Duba for bringing this work to my attention.

Nielsen, L.O.
“Dictates of Faith versus Dictates of Reason: Peter Auriole on Divine Power, Creation, and Human Rationality”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 7 (1996), pp. 213-41.

Nielsen, L.O.
“The Critical Edition of Peter Aureoli’s Scholastic Works”, in A. Cacciotti and B. Faes de Mottoni (eds.),  Editori di Quaracchi 100 anni dopo. Bilancio e prospettive. 3 (Rome 1997), pp. 217-25.

Nielsen, L.O.
“Signification, Likeness, and Causality. The Sacraments as Signs by Divine Imposition in John Duns Scotus, Durand of St. Pourçain, and Peter Auriol”, in Costantino Marmo (ed.), Vestigia, Imagines, Verba (1997), pp. 223-53.

Nielsen, L.O.
“The Intelligibility of Faith and the Nature of Theology: Peter Auriole’s Theological Program”, Studia Theologica 53 (1999), pp. 26-39.

Nielsen, L.O.
“The Debate between Peter Auriol and Thomas Wylton on Theology and Virtue”, Vivarium 38 (2000), pp. 35-98.
• with editions of of two texts of Auriol’s (“Determinatio fratris Petri Aureoli Utrum virtus in quantum virtus sit ens per accidens” [= appendix 1], and “<Petri> Aureoli <Quaestio de distinctione habitus speculativi et practici>” [= appendix 3]) and one of Wylton’s (“<Determinatio Thomae Wylton contra Petrum Aureolum>  utrum habitus theologicus sit practicus vel speculativus”).

Nielsen, L.O.
“Peter Auriol’s Way with Words: The Genesis of Peter Auriol’s Commentaries on Peter Lombard’s First and Fourth Books of the Sentences”, in G.R. Evans (ed.), Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard (Brill, 2002), pp. 149-219.

Nielsen, L.O.
“Peter Auriol”, in J.J.E. Gracia and T. Noone (eds.), A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages (Blackwell, 2003), pp. 494-503.

Nielsen, L.O.
Logic and the Trinity: The Clash between Hervaeus Natalis and Peter Auriol at Paris_, in Pekka Kärkkäinen (ed.), Trinitarian Theology in the Medieval West (Helsinki: Luther-Agricola-Society, 2007), pp. 149-87.

Nielsen, L.O.
“The Quodlibet of Peter Auriol”, in Chris Schabel (ed.)., Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2007), pp. 267-331.
• with edition of Quodlibet, q. 7 (“Utrum anima constituta ex duabus realitatibus esse possit forma corporis”), pp. 281-329.
• See the index of the volume for other spots which mention Auriol and his influence.

Nielsen, L.O.
“Parisian Discussions of the Beatific Vision after the Council of Vienne: Thomas Wylton, Sibert of Beka, Peter Auriol, and Raymundus Bequini”, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2009), pp. 179-209.

Nielsen, L.O.
“Peter Auriol on the Categories of Action and Passion: The Second Question of His Quodlibet, in K. Emery, Jr./R.L. Friedman/A. Speer (eds.), Philosophy and Theology in the Long Middle Ages. A Tribute to Stephen F. Brown (Leiden, 2011), pp. 375-436.
• with a critical edition of the second question of Auriol’s Quodlibet, pp. 399-436.

Noone, T.B.
“A Newly-Discovered Manuscript of a Commentary on the Sentences by Duns Scotus (Figeac, Musée Champollion, Numéro inventaire  03-091, Non Coté), Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 48 (2006), pp. 125-62.
• A subcommentator in the version of Scotus’ commentary carried by this ms “employed the ideas of Peter Auriol as a vantage point from which to criticize the thought of Scotus” (p. 139, see also passim).

Normore, C.G.
“Future Contingents”, Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy (1982), pp. 358-81, esp. 369-70.

Normore, C.G.
“Petrus Aureoli and his Contemporaries on Future Contingents and Excluded Middle”, Synthese 96 (1993), pp. 83-92.

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Pasnau, R.
Theories of Cognition in the Later Middle Ages (Cambridge 1997), esp. pp. 69-85, 248-49, 280-82.
• In addition, two texts having to do with Auriol appeared in The Cambridge Translations of Medieval Philosophical Texts.Volume III: Mind and Knowledge (Cambridge UP, 2002): 1) A translation of question two from the prologue to Auriol’s Scriptum (translated with Charles Bolyard), pp. 178-218,  2) A translation of William Ockham’s Ordinatio d.27 q.3, which quotes at length from Auriol’s  Scriptum, d.3 sec.14, and then argues against esse intentionale, pp. 219-44.

Pasnau, R.
“Peter Aureol”, in The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (London: Routledge, 1998).

Pasnau, R.
“Id quo cognoscimus” in Simo Knuuttila and Pekka Kärkkäinen (eds.), Theories of Perception in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy (Springer, 2008), pp. 131-49
• Deals mostly with the inherence of accidents, specifically on Auriol from IV, d. 12, q. 1 on pp. 136-140 along with Capreolus’ and Suarez’ responses.

Pasnau, R.
„Metaphysical Themes, 1274-1671“ (Oxford 2011).
• Deals with Auriol throughout the book.

Pelster, F.
“Estudios sobre la transmisión manuscrita de algunas obras de Pedro Aureoli OFM (m. 1322)”, Estudios eclesiásticos 9 (1930), pp. 462-79; 10 (1931), pp. 449-74.

Pelster, F.
“Nikolaus von Lyra und seine Quaestio de usu paupere”, Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 46 (1953), pp. 211-50.
• Reattributes this text (edited in Longpré, “Le Quolibet de Nicholas de Lyre”) to Auriol, but see idem, “Zur Überlieferung” for detailed argumentation of the point.

Pelster, F.
“Zur Überlieferung des Quodlibet und anderer Schriften des Petrus Aureoli OFM”, Franciscan Studies 14 (1954), pp. 392-411.

Pelster, F.
“Zur ersten Polemik gegen Aureoli: Raymundus Bequini O.P., seine Quästionen und sein Correctorium Petri Aureoli, das Quodlibet des Jacobus de Apamiis O.E.S.A.”, Franciscan Studies 15 (1955), pp. 30-47.

Perler, D.
“What Am I Thinking About? John Duns Scotus and Peter Aureol on Intentional Objects”, Vivarium 32 (1994), pp. 72-87.

Perler, D.
“Peter Aureol vs. Hervaeus Natalis on Intentionality: A Text Edition with Introductory Remarks”, Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Age 61 (1994), pp. 227-62.
• partial edition of Scriptum,d. 23 (from Vat. Borgh. lat. 329), supplements edition in Pinborg “Zum Begriff”.

Perler, D.
Theorien der Intentionalität im Mittelalter (Frankfurt am Main, 2002)
• discusses Auriol and his opponents at great length, esp. 258-94, 297-307, 310-17, 322-33.
• 2., durchgesehene Auflage 2004 (Klostermann: Frankfurt am Main).

Perler, D.
Zweifel und Gewissheit. Skeptische Debatten im Mittelalter (Klostermann: Frankfurt am Main, 2006)
• Discusses Auriol briefly in the process of dealing with reactions to especially Auriol’s use of sensory illusions in his cognitive theory; see pp. 239-45, 316-17 (Ockham), 266-72 (Chatton); a few further mentions in connection with esp. Francis of Meyronnes (see index).

Pickavé, M
“Metaphysics as First Science: The Case of Peter Auriol”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 15 (2004), pp. 487-516.

Pinborg, J.
“Zum Begriff der intentio secunda Radulphus Brito, Hervaeus Natalis und Petrus Aureoli in Diskussion”, Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen Age Grec et Latin 13 (1974), pp. 49-59.
• Rpt. in Pinborg, Medieval Semantics,ed. S. Ebbesen, London, 1984.

Pinborg, J.
“Radulphus Brito on Universals”, Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen Age Grec et Latin 35 (1980), pp. 56-142.
• With partial edition of Scriptum,d. 23 (from Vat. Borgh. lat. 329), pp. 133-37; cf. Perler, “Peter Aureol”.

Poppi, A.
“L’antropologia averroistica nel pensiero di Pietro Auriol”, Rivista di Filosofia Neo-Scolastica 70 (1978), pp. 179-92.
• rpt. in idem, Studi sull’etica della prima scuola francescana (Padua 1996), pp. 107-22.

Porro, P.
“Dalla pagina alla scientia. L’identificazione tra libri e sapere scientifico nel Medioevo scolastico e il caso anomalo della teologia”, Quaestio 11 (2011), pp. 225-253.
• deals with Auriol’s reaction to Durand’s view on the nature of theology on pp. 249-252.

Post, G.
“Ratio Publicae Utilitatis, Ratio Status, and ‘Reason of State,’ 1100-1300” in: Die Welt als Geschichte XXI  (1961), pp. 8-28, 71-99
• rpt. in idem, Studies in Medieval Legal Thought, Public Law and the State, 1100-1323 (Princeton, N.J. 1964), pp. 241-309 (for Auriol, pp. 294-5).

Prezioso, F.
“La teoria dell’essere apparente nella gneseologia di Pietro Aureolo”, Studi Francescani 22 (1950), pp. 15-43.

Prezioso, F.
“Essenza ed esistenza in Pietro Aureolo”, Rassegna di scienze filosofiche 18 (1965), pp. 104-25.

Prezioso, F.
“L’intuizione del non-esistente in P. Aureolo e in G. Ockham e i prodromi del fenomenismo moderno”, Rassegna di scienze filosofiche 2 (1968), pp. 116-36.

Prezioso, F.
“Il nominalismo ambiguo di Pietro Aureolo”, Sapienza 25 (1972), pp. 265-329.

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Reina, M.E.
“Tommaso di Strasburgo nella controversia sulla distinzione scotiana tra conoscenza intuitiva e conoscenza astrattiva”, Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Age 62 (1995), pp. 37-70.
• Thomas argued against a view that Auriol and Scotus shared.

Renemann, M.
“Mastri on ‘praecisio obiectiva'”, in M. Forlivesi (ed.), Rem in seipsa cernere. Saggi sul pensiero filosofico di Bartolomeo Mastrius (1602-1673) (Il poligrafo, 2006), pp. 399-414.
• see the index of this volume for further articles that touch on Auriol’s impact on Mastri.

Renemann, M.
“Gedanken als Wirkursachen: Francisco Suárez zur geistigen Hervorbringung” (Bochumer Studien zur Philosophie, 49), John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2010.
• on Auriol pp. 29-48.

Rijk, L.M. de
Giraldus Odonis O.F.M. Opera Philosophica. Vol II: De Intentionibus. Critical Edition with a Study of the Medieval Intentionality Debate up to Ca. 1350. (Brill 2005), esp. pp. 352-57, along with reedition of Scriptum, d. 23, pp. 695-747.

Roest, B.
Reading the Book of History.Intellectual Contexts and Educational Functions of Franciscan Historiography, 1226 -ca. 1350 (Groningen 1996), pp. 183-92.

Rosato, L.
Doctrina de Immaculata B.V.M. Conceptione secundum Petrum Aureoli,Bibliotheca Immaculatae Conceptionis. Textus et Disquisitiones. Fasc. 8 (Rome, Academia Mariana internationalis, 1959).

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Schabel, C.D.
“The Quarrel with Aureol: Peter Aureol’s Role in the Late-Medieval Debate over Divine Foreknowledge and Future Contingents, 1315-1475”, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Iowa (1994).

Schabel, C.D.
“Peter de Rivo and the Quarrel over Future Contingents: New Evidence and New Perspectives”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 6 (1995), pp. 363-473; 7 (1996), pp. 369-475.

Schabel, C.D.
“Peter Aureol on Divine Foreknowledge and Future Contingents: Scriptum in Primum Sententiarum, distinctions 38-39”,Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen Age Grec et Latin 65 (1995), pp. 63-212.
• Critical edition with introduction.

Schabel, C.D.
“Paris and Oxford between Aureoli and Rimini”, in J. Marenbon (ed.), Routledge History of Philosophy,vol. III Medieval Philosophy (1998), pp. 386-401.

Schabel, C.D.
“Place, Space, and the Physics of Grace in Auriol’s SentencesCommentary”, Vivarium 38 (2000), pp. 117-61.
• with edition of Auriol’s II Sent.,d. 2, part 3, q. 1 with ms. studies for this text and that of Scriptum,d. 17.

Schabel, C.D.
Theology at Paris 1316-1345: Peter Auriol and the Problem of Divine Foreknowledge and Future Contingents (Ashgate, 2000).

Schabel, C.D.
“Parisian Commentaries from Peter Auriol to Gregory of Rimini, and the Problem of Predestination”, in G.R. Evans (ed.), Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard (Brill, 2002), pp. 221-65.

Schabel, C.D.
“Oxford Franciscans after Ockham: Walter Chatton and Adam Wodeham”, in G.R. Evans (ed.), Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard (Brill, 2002), pp. 359-77.

Schabel, C.D.
“Landulph Caracciolo and Gerard Odonis on Predestination: Opposite Attitudes toward Scotus and Auriol”, Wissenschaft und Weisheit. Franziskanische Studien zu Theologie, Philosophie und Geschichte 65/1 (2002), pp. 62-81.

Schabel, C.D.
“Doctrinal Introduction” (= “Durand and the Problem of Divine Foreknowledge and Future Contingents”, pp. 215-39) to idem, Russell L. Friedman, and Irene Balcoyiannopoulou, “Peter of Palude and the Parisian Reaction to Durand of St. Pourcain on Future Contingents”, Archivum Fratrum Praedicatorum 71 (2001), pp. 183-300.
• Auriol’s reaction to Durand on future contingents.

Schabel, C.D.
“Divine Foreknowledge and Human Freedom: Auriol, Pomponazzi, and Luther on ‘Scholastic Subtleties'”,  in R.L. Friedman and L.O. Nielsen (eds.), The Medieval Heritage in Early Modern Metaphysics and Modal Theory, 1400-1700 (Kluwer, 2003), pp. 165-89.

Schabel, C.D.
“Philosophy and Theology across Cultures: Gersonides and Auriol on  Divine Foreknowledge”, Speculum 81 (2006), pp. 1092-1117.

Schabel, C.D.
“Auriol’s Rubrics: Citations of University Theologians in Peter Auriol’s Scriptum in Primum Librum Sententiarum“, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2009), pp. 3-38.

Schabel, C.D.
“Peter Auriol”, in H. Lagerlund (ed.), Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy (Dordrecht, 2011), pp. 935-942.

Schabel, C.D.
“Landulph Caracciolo vs. Peter Auriol on the Divine Will”, in G. Alliney, M. Fedeli, A. Pertosa (eds.), Contingenza e libertà: Teorie francescane del primo Trecento (Macerata, 2012), pp. 77-95.

Schmaus, M.
Der “Liber Propugnatorius” des Thomas Anglicus und die Lehrunterschiede zwischen Thomas von Aquin und Duns Scotus, II Teil: Die Trinitarischen Lehrdifferenzen, BGPTM 29.1-2 (Münster 1930), passim.

Schmücker, R.
Propositio per se nota, Gottesbeweis und ihr Verhältnis nach Petrus Aureoli, Franziskanische Forschungen 8, Werl-in-W. (1941).
• Cf. Bolyard, “Knowing Naturaliter”.

Schmutz, J.
“La querelle des possibles. Recherches philosophiques et textuelles sur la métaphysique jésuite, 1540-1767” (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Ecole pratique des hautes etudes [Paris]/ Université libre de Bruxelles, 2003)
• see index, but particularly Ch. X, sec. 5 “L’inattendue renaissance de Pierre Auriol” (pp. 370-97).

Spade, P.V.
“The Unity of a Science according to Peter Auriol”, Franciscan Studies 32 (1972), pp. 203-17.

Spruit, L.
Species intelligibilis: From Perception to Knowledge. Vol. I: Classical Roots and Medieval Discussions (Leiden: Brill, 1994), pp. 286-90.

Stanonik, F.
“Über den äusseren Lebensgang und die Schrr. des Petrus Aureoli OFM”, Der Katholik 62 (1882), pp. 315-27, 415-27, 479-500.

Stegmüller, F.
Repertorium Commentariorum in Sententias Petri Lombardi (Würzburg 1947), pp. 314-18.
• Cf. Tachau, “The Preparation of a Critical Edition”, pp. 214-16 for updated list of mss. containing Auriol’s Sent.commentaries.

Stegmüller, F.
“Ein neuer Iohannes Kommentar des Petrus Aureoli”, Franziskanische Studien 33 (1951), pp. 207-219.
• edition, pp. 212-19.

Stella, P.T.
“La questione inedita ‘Utrum in Patre essentia habeat rationem verae potentiae productivae’ di Pietro Rogerii de Malomonte”, Salesianum 37 (1975), pp. 547-99.
• Pierre Roger (Pope Clement VI) in this text reacts to Auriol’s trinitarian theology as found in Scriptum, d. 7, q. 1, a. 2.

Streuer, S.R.
Die Theologische Einleitungslehre des Petrus Aureoli. Auf Grund seines Scriptum super Primum Sententiarum und ihre teologiegeschichtliche Einordnung, Franziskanische Forschungen, fasc. 20 (Werl-in-W. ,1968).
• Cf. Nielsen “The Intelligibility”, esp. around n. 29.

Streveler, P.
“The Problem of Future Contingents from Aristotle through the Fifteenth Century, with Particular Emphasis on Medieval Views”, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin at Madison (1970).

Suarez-Nani, T.
“‘Apparentia’ und ‘Egressus’. Ein Versuch über den Geist als Bild des trinitarischen Gottes nach Petrus Aureoli”, Philosophiches Jahrbuch 93 (1986), pp. 39-60.

Suarez-Nani, T.
Un nuovo contributo al problemadell’individuazione: Francesco de Marchia e l’individualita delle sostanze separate”, Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 16 (2005), pp. 405-59.
• pp. 420-22 discuss Auriol’s contribution to the medieval discussion on the issue.

Suarez-Nani, T.
“Singularite et individualite selon Pierre Auriol”, in S.F. Brown, T. Dewender, and T. Kobusch (eds.), Philosophical Debates at Paris in the Early Fourteenth Century (Brill, 2009), pp. 339-57.

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Tachau, K.H.
“The Response to Ockham’s and Aureol’s Epistemology (1320-1349)”, in A. Maierù (ed.), English Logic in Italy in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries (Naples 1982), pp. 185-217.

Tachau, K.H.
“Peter Aureol on Intentions and the Intuitive Cognition of Non-existents”, Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen Age Grec et Latin 44 (1983), pp. 122-50.

Tachau, K.H.
“Walter Chatton on Sensible and Intelligible Species”, Rivista critica di storia della filosofia 40 (1985), 711-48.
• On Chatton and Auriol, see the short introduction (pp. 711-16) to the texts of Chatton edited in this article (II Sent., d. 4, qq. 1-4, II Sent., d. 13, q. unica).
• Thanks to Michael Rennemann for bringing this article to my attention.

Tachau, K.H.
Vision and Certitude in the Age of Ockham: Optics, Epistemology and the Foundation of Semantics, 1250-1345 (Brill, 1988)
• for background and reception of Auriol passim; on Auriol esp. pp. 85-112.

Tachau, K.H
“The Preparation of a Critical Edition of Pierre Auriol’s Sentences Lectures”, in A. Cacciotti and B. Faes de Mottoni (eds.), Editori di Quaracchi 100 anni dopo. Bilancio e prospettivev. 3 (Rome 1997), pp. 205-216.
• See pp. 214-16 for most recent list of mss. containing Auriol’s Sent. commentaries, supplemented by Nielsen, “The Critical Edition”, pp. 224-25.

Tachau, K.H.
“Some Aspects of the Notion of Intentional Existence at Paris, 1250-1320”, in S. Ebbesen and R.L. Friedman (eds.), Medieval Analyses in Language and Cognition (Copenhagen, 1999), pp. 331-53.

Tachau, K.H.
“In the Ambit of Another Faculty: Parisian Theologians and the (Meta)physical Universe”, in J. van Engen (ed.), Learning Institutionalized: Teaching in the Medieval University (Notre Dame, 2000), pp. 129-60.

Teetaert, A.
“Un grand docteur marial franciscain, Pierre d’Auriole (Petrus Aureoli)”, Etudes Franciscaines 39 (1927), pp. 352-75; 40 (1928), pp. 124-57.

Teetaert, A.
“Pierre Auriol”, Dictionnaire de Theologie Catholique 12,2 (Paris 1935), col. 1810-81.

Thakkar, M.N.A.
Peter Auriol and the Logic of the Future, Ph.D. dissertation, University of Oxford (2010).

Trottmann, C.
“Vision béatifique et intuition d’un objet absent: des sources franciscaines du nominalisme aux défenseurs scotistes de l’opinion de Jean XXII sur la vision différée”, Studi medievali, 3e serie, 34 (1993), pp. 653-715.
• esp. pp. 668-81 (on Auriol on illusions and esse apparens) and pp. 682-87 (Ockham’s critique).

Trottmann, C.
La vision béatifique. Des disputes scolastiques à sa définition par Benôit XII (Rome 1995).
• esp. pp. 370-72 (related to Trottmann’s “Vision béatifique et intuition”) but see also index.

Turner, N.L.
“Jews and Judaism in Peter Auriol’s Sentences Commentary”, in S.J. McMichael and S.E. Myers (eds.), Friars and Jews in the Middle Ages and Renaissance (Leiden: 2004), pp. 81-98.

Työrinoja, R.
“Auriol’s Critique of Henry of Ghent’s Lumen medium”, in J.A. Aertsen and A. Speer (eds.), Was ist Philosophie im Mittelalter? (Berlin 1998), pp. 622-28.

Työrinoja, R.
“Peter Aureoli: Theology as an Imaginary Science”, in M.C. Pacheco and J.F. Meirinhos (eds.), Intellect et imagination dans la philosophie médiévale (Turnhout 2006), pp. 1167-1178.

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Überweg-Geyer
Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie, vol. 2, Die patrist. und scholast. philosop.(1928), pp. 518, 524-28, 769.

Uscatescu, J.
“La teoría del bien transcendental en Pedro Auréolo en el contexto de su filosofía”, Faventia 26/1 (2004), pp. 53-76.

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Valois, N.
Histoire littéraire de la France 33 (Paris, 1906), pp. 479-527.

Vanni Rovighi, S.
“L’intenzionalità della conoscenza secondo P. Aureolo”, in L’Homme et son destin (Louvain-Bruxelles 1958 [1960]), pp. 673-80.

Vanni Rovighi, S.
“Una fonte remota della teoria husserliana dell’intenzionalità”, Studi di filosofia medioevale, II: Secoli XIII e XIV, (Milan 1978), pp. 283-98.

Verweyen, J.M.
Das Problem der Willensfreiheit in der Scholastik: auf Grund der Quellen dargestellt und kritisch gewürdigt (Heidelberg, 1909).
• on Auriol pp. 229-32.

Vignaux, P.
Justification et prédestination au XIVe siècle (Paris 1934).
• esp. pp. 43-95.

Vignaux, P.
“Note sur la relation du conceptualisme de Pierre d’Auriole à sa theologie trinitaire”, Annuaire de l’Ecole pratique des Hautes Etudes, sc. religieuses (1935 [1937]), pp. 5-23.
• Repr. in  De Saint Anselme à Luther (Paris 1976), pp. 155-73.

Vollert, C.
The Doctrine of Hervaeus Natalis on Primitive Justice and Original Sin (Rome, 1947)
• esp. pp. 124-37 (on Original Justice) and 316-22 (“Peter Aureoli and Quodlibet IV of Hervaeus” on Original Sin).

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Wardzinski, Mary Felicity
“Essence and Existence and the Distinctions Problem in the Philosophy of Peter Aureoli” (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, The Catholic University of America, 1976 = 324 pp.; UMI reference number 7621873)
• many thanks to Raul Corazzon for bringing this work to my attention.

Weinberg, J.R.
The Problem of Sensory Cognition:Ockham, Descartes, and Hume (Madison 1977) pp. 33-49.

Wengert, R.G.
“The Sources of Intuitive Cognition in William of Ockham”, Franciscan Studies 41 (1981), pp. 415-47.

Werner, K.
Der Averroismus in der christlich-peripatetischen Psychologie des spaeteren Mittelalters (Wien, 1881-82; rpt. Amsterdam: E.J. Bonset, 1964).
• pp. 4-59 deal with Auriol.

Wlodec, Z.
“Hermann d’Augsbourg et ses ‘Quaestiones de Quodlibet’ dans le ms. BJ 748”, Mediaevalia Philosophica Polonorum 6 (1960), 3-50.
• Wlodek edits two questions on the intellect and intellectual cognition from Hermann’s Quodlibet and she claims that Hermann is here in discussion with Auriol (e.g. pp. 7-8); moreover, in her description of the Cracow manuscript, she mentions (pp. 11-12) a series of anonymous questions (ff. 10ra-23ra) in which Auriol is the author most frequently cited in the margin (as well as being the latest of the authors cited in the margin).

Wlodec, Z.
“Commentaires sur les Sentences, suppl. au répertoire de Stegmüller d’apres les mss… de Pelplin”, Mediaevalia Philosophica Polonorum 8 (1961), p. 37.

Wöller, F
“Aureoli, Petrus” in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol. 3 (Berlin 2011), coll. 112-113.

Wöller, F.
“Das gemalte und das erscheinende Sein. Absolute Bildlichkeit bei Petrus Aureoli (1280-1322)”, in: S. Egenhofer, I. Hinterwaldner, Chr. Spies (eds.), Was ist ein Bild? Antworten in Bildern. Gottfried Boehm zum 70. Geburtstag (München 2012), pp. 208-211.

Wöller, F.
Theologie und Wissenschaft bei Petrus Aureoli. Ein scholastischer Entwurf aus dem frühen 14. Jahrhundert (Leiden, 2015).

Wood, Rega
“Adam Wodeham on Sensory Illusions. With an Edition of ‘Lectura Secunda,’ Prologus, Quaestio 3”, Traditio 38 (1982), pp. 213-52
• pp. 213-34 (Introduction to the text) discusses Auriol a great deal, since “[t]his question [of Wodeham’s] was written in reply to Peter Aureol” (p. 213).

Wood, Rega
“Intuitive Cognition and Divine Omnipotence: Ockham in Fourteenth Century Perspective”, in From Ockham to Wyclif (Blackwell, 1987), pp. 51-61.
• pp. 52-57 touching on Auriol.

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Zimmermann, A.
Ontologie oder Metaphysik? Die Diskussion über den Gegenstand der Metaphysik im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert. Texte und Untersuchungen (Leiden 1965).
• cf. pp. 324-30 = “Die Kritik des Petrus Aureoli an den Begriffen der Wissenschaft und des Wissenschaftssubjekts”.

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