This chapter deals with Durandus’s Parisian Quodlibets from 1312. This work shows how Hervaeus’s recent criticisms of Durandus’s position forced Durandus to revise his view in order to soften the points of friction with the mainstream Dominican view. Ultimately, however, Durandus unconvincingly adapts the Thomist position to his own theological priorities.
Keywords: Durandus of St Pourcain; Paris Quodlibets; Hervaeus Natalis; Thomist reaction; Trinitarian theology; relations; modes of being
Chapter. 10446 words.
Subjects: Early Christianity
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