Robert Holcot’s De imputabilitate peccati is actually Osbert of Pickenham’s Utrum omne peccatum sit imputabile voluntati

Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 62:335-338 (2021)
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In Lyon in 1497 Badius printed the Sentences questions and other material attributed to the Dominican Robert Holcot, active at Oxford in the early 1330s. It turns out that the so-called De imputabi...

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