Commission III: Latin Philosophy Section 3: Scholastica colonialis

Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 57:3-31 (2015)
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In this report I record visits to libraries and universities in Peru, Chile, Ecuador and Bolivia, and make remarks on inventories and catalogues of old libraries in those countries that contain philosophical, theological and juridical books and manuscripts from Colonial times. I also give a bibliography of writings by collaborators in the project pertaining to Latin American colonial Scholasticism. Finally I present a table of questions in the Commentaria philosophica ad mentem doctoris subtilissimi patris fratris Ioannis Duns Scoti saccratissimi Ordinis Minorum et theologorum principis, per patrem fratrem Ioannem de Fuica ordinis eiusdem regularis observantiae provinciae Chilensis, 1687-1689.

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