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Baconthorpe is commonly viewed as an Averroist (a follower of Ibn Rushd, or Averroes in the Latin world), though it is unlikely he viewed himself as such. He was given the title princeps Averroistarum, meaning "prince of Averroists," by masters at the University of. But Baconthorpe does not seem to have remained entirely in England, as his name is said to occur in the accounts of the general John Baconthorpe as a canonist.
book of the Carmelites held at Alby in ; and again, in the general chapter of the order at Valence (), he once more appears as 'John de Baconstop, provincial of England' (Biblioth.
John Baconthorpe (c. ) was Doctor resolutus, theologian and philosopher, English Carmelite friar, master at the University of Paris, author of Sentences commentary and three sets of Quodlibeta, Prior Provincial of England, taught at Cambridge and probably at Oxford, and an eclectic thinker who opposed key aspects of the philosophical thinking of both Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus.
How to Cite. Cross, R. () John Baconthorpe, in A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages (eds J. Gracia and T. Noone), Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Request PDF | On Jan 1,Hans Hinrich Biesterfeldt and others published Baconthorpe, John | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
John Baconthorpe (c. ), Doctor Resolutus, theologian and philosopher, English Carmelite friar, master at the University of Paris, author of Sentences commentary and three sets of Quodlibeta, Prior Provincial of England, taught at Cambridge and probably at Oxford, eclectic thinker who opposed key aspects of the philosophical thinking of both Thomas Aquinas and John Duns Scotus.
John Baconthorpe, also called John Bacon, Johannes De Baconthorpe, or Johannes De Anglicus, byname Doctor Resolutus, (born c.Baconsthorpe, Norfolk, England—died ?, London), English theologian and philosopher who, although he did not subscribe to the heterodox doctrine of the great Muslim philosopher Averroës, was regarded by the Renaissance Averroists as Princeps.
Mus. Add. In youth, he joined the Carmelite Order, becoming a friar at Blakeney, near studied at Oxford and Paris.
He became regent master of the theology faculty at Paris by He is believed to have taught theology at Cambridge and Oxford. John Baconthorpe But a note of caution must be sounded before discussing in detail the English Carmelite's teaching on these questions.
As a Chris-tian theologian, of course, Baconthorpe would not have defended any of these doctrines in the form expressed above without some re-servation. No theologian could have denied, for example, that God. BACONTHORPE [Bacon, Baco, Bacconius], JOHN (d.
), known as “the Resolute Doctor,” a learned Carmelite monk, was born at Baconthorpe in Norfolk. He seems to have been the grandnephew of Roger Bacon (Brit. Mus. Add. canonist-theologian, John Baconthorpe, and Convocation during the primacy of Archbishop Walter Reynolds.
Dorothy Owen has performed a real service for historians of the medieval English church by describing the scope and character of the Ely Cathedral Priory muniments. Finally Mary Cheney assesses the work of William FitzStephen for understanding.
known as Johannes de Baconthorpe, was an English Carmelite and important theologian, who entered the order at Snitterley in Norfolk, studied at Oxford and Paris, and was later English Provincial.
The most arresting sentence in Benedict Zimmerman’s entry for him in the Catholic Encyclopedia () reads: “His writings. John Baconthorpe [Bacon, Baco, Bacconius], (d.
), known as "the Resolute Doctor," a learned Carmelite monk, was born at Baconthorpe in Norfolk. He seems to have been the grandnephew of Roger Bacon (Brit. Mus. Add. Brought up in the Carmelite monastery of Blakeney, near Walsingham, he studied at Oxford and Paris, where he was known as "Princeps" of the Averroists.
Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford. Perhaps the most important influence on John Baconthorpe was the Oxford and Paris Condemnations ofin which teaching any of philosophical and theological theses was prohibited by the Bishop, Stephen Tempier.
Baconthorpe openly disagreed with many of these prohibited works, such as those by Giles of Rome and Godfrey of Fontaines. The history of Church and government in England and on the continent of Europe between the eleventh and the early fourteenth centuries is the subject of this volume of essays by twelve historians including scholars as well known as C.
Brooke, R. van Caenegem, R. Foreville, S. Kuttner and W. Ullmann. Each essay is concerned with a major historical text (such as Geoffrey of Monmouth's. John Baconthorpe as a Canonist Walter Ullmann; Walter Reynolds and Ecclesiastical Politics, a Postscript to Councils & Synods, II Jeffrey Denton; Bibliography of the writings of C.
Cheney Geoffrey Martin. JOHN BACONTHORPE [Bacon, Baco, Bacconius], JOHN (d. ), known as "the Resolute Doctor," a learned Carmelite monk, was born at Baconthorpe in Norfolk. He seems to have been the grandnephew of Roger Bacon (Brit.
Mus. Add. XI John Baconthorpe as a canonist Ullmann, Walter. John Baconthorpe or Bacon (c. –), Carmelite monk and scholastic philosopher, born at Baconsthorpe John Heydon or Baxter (died ) rose from the yeomanry to become prominent as a lawyer.
Sir Henry Heydon (died ), lawyer, courtier and landowner, died at Baconsthorpe.John Baconthorpe (c/8) was the best-known of the Carmelite scholastics in the Middle Ages. This article is a brief study of his solution to the philosophical problem of how the soul may be wholly present in the human body and present whole and undivided in each part.
Baconthorpe’s account is of great interest for a number of reasons. He takes issue with one of his fellow Carmelite.The Lex divinitatis in the bull Unam sanctam of Pope Boniface VIIIUllmann, W. John Baconthorpe as a canonistDenton, J.
Walter Reynolds and ecclesiastical politics, Medieval texts and studies by C. R Cheney (Book).