By Paul Thom
Cardinal and Archbishop of Canterbury Robert Kilwardby OP (c. 1215-1279) used to be an important and influential philosopher in his time, yet he has now not obtained the scholarly consciousness that he merits. during this booklet we current the 1st research of all of his philosophical pondering from good judgment and grammar to metaphysics and ethics.
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501, Cambridge, Peterhouse 191; Melk, Stiftsbibliothek, 582/965; Oxford, Corpus Christi 119; Merton, 301; and Paris, BnF, lat. 16221; for readability of the texts, critical notes and references to the manuscripts adduced other than the Chigi manuscript are omitted. 22 The medievals already acknowledged the paramount importance of the questiones sections as may be gathered from the fact that only the questiones of the commentary on the Priscianus minor by Nicholas of Paris have been handed down without the divisio textus and the exposition; ms.
53rb, “Ars imitatur naturam inquantum potest. V. 159), fol. 2rb “Omnis enim sillaba aut est ex duabus uocalibus aut ex uocali et consonante. Si fiat ex uocalibus, hoc est quia una uocalis grossioris soni est et altera subtilioris. Sonus autem grossior est potencialis et materialis ad subtiliorem, ut ex eis fiat sonus unius sillabe. Si autem fiat ex uocali et consonante, cum uocalis per se uocem faciat, consonans autem non nisi per adiunctum uocalis, patet quod consonans est potentialis et materialis ad uocalem, ut ex eis fiat sonus unius sillabe.
Patet etiam ex hiis responsio ad obiecta. Diuersus enim modus significandi solum discernit partes. Unde quia actio et passio significantur eodem modo ut in fieri et in successione, ideo una pars est significans actionem et passionem. ” 64 Cf. Jan Pinborg, “Classical Antiquity: Greece,” in Current Trends in Linguistics, vol. 13: History of Linguistics, ed. Thomas A. Sebeok (The Hague: 1975), 69–125, esp. M. Versteegh, Greek Elements in Arabic Linguistic Thinking (Leiden: 1977), 82. V. 159), 26vb, “Queritur hic de predictis et primo quomodo fiat transitio personarum sine actu, cum omnis transitio sit in motu, et motus est cum actione.