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Thomas Bradwardine

(c. 1300—1349) theologian and archbishop of Canterbury


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(c.1300–49)

One of the ‘Oxford Calculators’. He is remembered mainly by historians of medieval science as an influential mathematician. His principal work was De proportionibus velocitatum in motibus (On the ratio of Velocities in Motions). In philosophy he wrote De futura contingentibus (On Future Contingents).

Subjects: Arts and Humanities.


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