The Trinity, or The First Principle [De trinitate, seu de primo principio]

Review of Metaphysics 43 (4):887-887 (1990)

This book is number 28 in a series of translations of medieval texts published by Marquette University. Together with an edition of the De bono et malo, it is the only English translation available of the works of the important theologian William of Auvergne. The De Trinitate is a key text for William's metaphysics and his theological methodology. The translators deserve praise for having made William's thought more accessible.
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