In universam Ar[istote]lis logicam una cu[m] brevi phyl[osoph]ae mo[ra]lis compendio quaestiones ad mente[m] Angelici Doctoris D. Thomae Aquinatis disputatae; [manuscript] :; Legente adm[inistrante] r[enuntian]do p[atre] Ambrosio Tantuccio ordinis praedicatorum audiente Luca Antonio Sperantia trebarum Romae anno 1710 in conventu S[antae] Mariae supra Minervam. - Colenda Digital Repository
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In universam Ar[istote]lis logicam una cu[m] brevi phyl[osoph]ae mo[ra]lis compendio quaestiones ad mente[m] Angelici Doctoris D. Thomae Aquinatis disputatae; [manuscript] :; Legente adm[inistrante] r[enuntian]do p[atre] Ambrosio Tantuccio ordinis praedicatorum audiente Luca Antonio Sperantia trebarum Romae anno 1710 in conventu S[antae] Mariae supra Minervam.

Title:
In universam Ar[istote]lis logicam una cu[m] brevi phyl[osoph]ae mo[ra]lis compendio quaestiones ad mente[m] Angelici Doctoris D. Thomae Aquinatis disputatae [manuscript] : Legente adm[inistrante] r[enuntian]do p[atre] Ambrosio Tantuccio ordinis praedicatorum audiente Luca Antonio Sperantia trebarum Romae anno 1710 in conventu S[antae] Mariae supra Minervam.
Abstract:
Two treatises composed by Ambrosius Tantucco, finished during June and September of 1710, discussing the disputed questions of Thomas Aquinas, with reference to the philosophical roots of Christian religious tradition found in Aristotle and other Classical philosophers. Topics discussed include the predicaments or categories of being, the nature of God, moral philosophy, free will, truth and falsity, the nature of good and evil, and the virtues.
Format:
252 leaves : paper; 193 x 125 mm. bound to 203 x 130 mm.
Identifier:
(OCoLC)ocn190689008; (OCoLC)190689008; (PU)4251480-penndb-Voyager
Language:
Latin.
Provenance:
Sold by Libraria Antiquaria C.E. Rappaport (Rome), 1969 (small gold and black sticker insider upper cover labeled "C. E. Rappaport Libri Rari Roma").
Publisher:
Italy, 1710.
Subject:
Ethics -- Early works to 1800.; Logic -- Early works to 1800.; Categories (Philosophy) -- Early works to 1800.; Virtue -- Early works to 1800.; Codices.; Treatises.; Manuscripts, Latin; 18th century.; Manuscripts, European.
Type:
Manuscript
Personal Name:
Thomas,; Aristotle.; Sperantia, Luca Antonio,
Call Number:
Ms. Codex 1102
Collection:
Penn in Hand: Selected Manuscripts