Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Godfrey of Fontaines" by John Wippel

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Works by Godfrey

Secondary Literature

As some of the more recent entries in this bibliography suggest by their titles, there has been a renewed interest on the part of scholars in certain aspects of Godfrey's moral and political philosophy, although a complete presentation of his moral philosophy still remains to be written. While de Lagarde's early long article on his political and social philosophy is dated, it is still useful. Helpful on his views on the relationship between the individual good and the common good (and many related topics) are chapters 8 and 9 in Kempshall, 1999. This should now be supplemented by Osborne, 2005, 139–50. Both studies offer important comparisons of Godfrey with other leading figures of his time. Marmursztejn (2006) offers many particular instances of Godfrey's thinking about various practical matters while developing her theme of different quodlibetal Masters' understanding of their role and their authority in determining disputed issues. Lambertini (2006) does much the same with respect to Godfrey's positions and those of several other Masters concerning a number of political issues in their respective Quodlibetal disputations.

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