Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Simon of Faversham" by John Longeway

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Primary Literature: Simon's Works

  • De Rijk, L.M., 1968. “On the Genuine Text of Peter of Spain's Summule Logicales. II: Simon of Faversham (d. 1306) as a Commentator of the Tracts I-V of the Summule,” Vivarium, 6: 69–101. (Scholar)
  • Ebbesen, Sten, 1980a. “Gerontobiologiens Grundproblemer,” Museum Tusculanum, 40–43: 269–88. (Contains extracts from Simon's quaestiones on De longitudine et brevitate vitae.) (Scholar)
  • –––, 2010. “The Prior Analytics in the Latin West: 12th-13th Centuries,” Vivarium, 48 (1/2): 96–133. (Pp. 115–119 contains a list of the questions in Simon's commentary.) (Scholar)
  • Longeway, John L., 1977. “Simon of Faversham's Questions on the Posterior Analytics: a Thirteenth-Century View of Science,” Ph.D. thesis, Cornell University. [Dissertation Abstracts International, 38(7): 4211-A.] (Scholar)
  • Ottaviano, Carmelo, 1930. “Le Quaestiones super libro Praedicamentorum di Simone di Faversham,” Atti della Reale Accademia Nazionale die Lincei, serie 6, Memorie della Classe di Scienze Morali, Storiche e Filologiche, 3: 257–351. (Scholar)
  • Pinborg, Jan, 1971. “Simon of Faversham's Sophisma: Universale est Intentio: A Supplementary Note,” Medieval Studies, 33: 360–65. (Scholar)
  • Sharp, D., 1934. “Simonis de Faverisham Quaestiones super tertium De anima,” Archives d'histoire doctrinale et littéraire du moyen âge, 9: 307–368. (Contains an edition of Book III from one manuscript.) (Scholar)
  • Simon of Faversham, 1957. Magistri Simonis Anglici sive de Faverisham Opera Omnia. Vol. 1: Opera logica, tomus Prior. (1) Quaestiones super libro Porphyrii. (2) Quaestiones super libro Praedicamentorum. (3) Quaestiones super libro Perihermeneias. Edited by Pasquale Mazzarella. Pubblicazioni dell'Instituto universitario di magistero di Catania, serie filosofica, testi critici, 1. Padua: Cedam. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1984. Quaestiones super libro Elenchorum. Edited by Sten Ebbesen, Thomas Izbicki, John Longeway, Francesco del Punta, Eileen Serene, and Eleonore Stump. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies. (Scholar)
  • Vennebusch, Joachim, 1963. Ein anonymer Aristoteleskommentar des xiii. Jahrhunderts: Quaestiones in tres libros de Anima (Admont: Stiftsbibliothek, cod. lat. 367). Paderborn: F. Schöningh. (See pp. 25–27. Edits one question from Simon's commentary.) (Scholar)
  • Vennebusch, Joachim, 1965. “Die Quaestiones in tres libros De anima des Simon von Faversham,” Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 47: 20–39. (Lists the questions in Simon's commentary.) (Scholar)
  • Wolf, Friedrich Antonius, 1966. Die Intellektslehre des Simon von Faversham nach seinem De-anima-Kommentaren. Inaugural-Dissertation. Bonn: Universität. (Contains many excerpts from both the literal and the question commentaries on De anima, and an appendix editing three questions from the latter.) (Scholar)
  • Yokoyama, Tetsuo, 1969. “Simon of Faversham's Sophisma: Universale est intentio,” Medieval Studies, 31: 1–14. (An edition of the work.) (Scholar)
  • Zimmermann, Albert, 1971. Verzeichnis Ungedruckter Kommentare zur Metaphysik und Physik des Aristoteles aus der Zeit von etwa 1250–1350. Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters, 8/9. Leiden/Cologne: E.J. Brill. (See pp. 10, 32–33, 190–96.) (Scholar)

Secondary Literature

  • Callus, D.A., 1943. “Introduction of Aristotelian Learning to Oxford,” Proceedings of the British Academy, 29: 229–81. (See pp. 275–79.) (Scholar)
  • Clerke, Agnes Mary, 1897. “Simon of Faversham,” Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 52 (vol. 18 in reissue of 1921): 263. (Scholar)
  • Coxe, Henry Octavius, 1852. Catalogus codicum Mss. qui in collegiis aulisque Oxoniensibus hodie adservantur, Oxford. (See vol. 1: 115–16.) (Scholar)
  • Gilson, Etienne, 1955. A History of Christian Philosophy in the Middle Ages, New York: Random House. (See p. 361 and p. 707 note 83.) (Scholar)
  • Glorieux, Palémon, 1923–1950, “Simon de Faversham,” Dictionnaire de théologie catholique, 14: 2119–20. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1971. La faculté des arts et ses maîtres au xiiie sièle, Paris: J. Vrin. (See notice 431, pp. 356–58.) (Scholar)
  • Grabmann, Martin, 1933. Die Aristoteleskommentare des Simon von Faversham: Handschriftliche Mitteilungen, Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie des Wissenschaft, Philosophisch-historische Abteilung, Jahrgang 1933, Heft 3, Munich: Verlag der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. (Scholar)
  • Hackman, A., 1860. Catalogi codicum manuscriptorum Bibliothecae Bodleianae, pars quarta: codices … T. Tanneri … complectens. Oxford; 2nd impression, 1966. (See cols. 493–94.) (Scholar)
  • Lewry, Osmund, 1979. “The Commentaries of Simon of Faversham and ms. Merton College 288,” Bulletin de philosophie médiévale, 21: 73–80. (Scholar)
  • Little, A.G., and Franz Pelster, 1934. Oxford Theology and Theologians ca. A.D. 1289–1302, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (See pp. 262–65, 336, 350, and the index on p. 370 s.v. Faversham.) (Scholar)
  • Lohr, C.H., 1971. “Problems of Authorship concerning some Medieval Aristotle Commentaries,” Bulletin de philosophie médiévale, 13: 131–36. (See 135–36 on Simon's putative literal commentaries.) (Scholar)
  • Lohr, C.H., 1973. “Medieval Latin Aristotle Commentaries,” Traditio, 29: 93–197. (See pp. 141–46 for a listing of commentaries attributed to Simon.) (Scholar)
  • Mazarella, Pasquale, 1957. “Simone di Faversham,” Enciclopedia Filosofica, 4: 632–33; 1968 ed., 5: 1383. (Scholar)
  • Novaes, Catarina Dutilh, and Stephen Read, 2008. “Insolubilia and the Fallacy Secundum quid et Simpliciter,” Vivarium, 46 (2): 175–191. (Scholar)
  • Novaes, Catarina Dutilh, 2008. “A Comparative Taxonomy of Medieval and Modern Approaches to Liar Sentences,” History and Philosophy of Logic, 29 (3): 277–261. (For Faversham, p. 237, classifying him as one of the restringentes, who hold that a part cannot signify or supposit for the whole.) (Scholar)
  • Ottaviano, Carmelo, 1931. “Le opere di Simone di Faversham e la sua posizione nel problem degli universali,” Archivio di Filosofia, 1: 15–29. (Scholar)
  • Pattin, A., 1955. De verhouding tussen zijn en wezenheid en de transcendentale relatie in de 2e helft der xiiie eeuw. Verhandelingen van de Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België; Klasse der Letteren, Verhandeling nr. 21. Brussels: Paleis der Academiën. (See pp. 243–46, 261.) (Scholar)
  • Pickavé, Martin, 2008. “Simon of Faversham on Aristotle's Categories and the scientia praedicamentorum,” in Medieval Commentaries on Aristotle's Categories, ed. L.A. Newton, Leiden and Boston: Brill, 183–220. (Scholar)
  • Pinborg, Jan, 1975. “Die Logik der Modistae,” Studia Medieweistyczne, 16: 39–97. (See p. 42, p. 48 n. 52, and pp. 67–69.) (Scholar)
  • Pini, Giorgio, 2002. Categories and Logic in Duns Scotus: An Interpretation of Aristotle's Categories in the Late Thirteenth Century. Boston: Brill. (Chapter 3: Second intentions in Hentry of Ghent, Simon and Faversham, and Radulphus Brito, 68–98.) (Scholar)
  • –––, 2005. “Scotus's Realist Conception of the Categories: His Legacy to Late Medieval Debates,” Vivarium, 43 (1): 63–110. (See p. 73) (Scholar)
  • Powicke, Frederick Maurice, 1925. “Master Simon of Faversham,” in Mélanges d'histoire du moyen âge offerts à M. Ferdinand Lot par ses amis et ses élèves, pp. 649–58. Paris: Champion. (Scholar)
  • Powicke, Frederick Maurice, 1931. The Medieval Books of Merton College, Oxford: University Press. (See pp. 27, 154–56.) (Scholar)
  • Russell, Josiah Cox, 1936. Dictionary of Writers of Thirteenth Century England, Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research (Special Supplement 3), London: Longmans, Green and Co.; reprinted With Additions and Corrections, London: Dawson & Sons, 1967. (See pp. 148–49 and the Additions in the 1967 edition.) (Scholar)
  • Serene, Eileen, 1981. “Demonstrative Science,” in The Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy, ed. N. Kretzmann, et al., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 496–517. (See p. 507.) (Scholar)
  • Stump, Eleonore, 1981. “Topics: Their Development and Absorption into Consequences,” in The Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy, ed. N. Kretzmann, et al., pp. 273–99. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (See pp. 289–90, 292). (Scholar)
  • Tanner, Thomas, 1748. Bibliotheca Britannico Hibernica…, London; reprinted, Tucson: Audax Press, 1963. (See p. 673.) (Scholar)
  • Tiné, Antonino, 1990. “Simone di Faversham e le scienze,” in Knowledge and the Sciences in Medieval Philosophy. Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy (SIEPM), edited by Monika Asztalos, John E. Murdoch, and Ilkka Niiniluoto, Acta Philosophica Fennica, 48 (2): 638–44. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1996. “Simon of Faversham: Proemi alla logica,” in Aristotle in Britain during the Middle Ages. Proceedings of the SIEPM, April 1994, edited by John Marenbon, Turnhout, Brepols. 211–31. (Scholar)

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