The core of this site are the Biographies in Appendix B of the new Cambridge History of Medieval Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2009), from which I have deleted Islamic, Jewish, and non-scholastic Christian authors. Since that list did not extend into the Renaissance, coverage of later figures remains a work-in-progress. A critical edition is in progress, but less than half complete (ed. Please send me any information, corrections, or texts that you have. Thanks for help so far to Adam of Buckfield Adam Wodeham Albert The Great Albert of Orlamnde Albert of Saxony Alexander of Alexandria Alexander of Hales Alexander Langeley Alphonsus Vargas of Toledo Andrew of Cornwall Andrew of Neufchteau Angelo of Fossombrone Anselm of Como Anthony of Parma Antonius Andreae Antonius de Carlenis de Neapoli Armand of Bellevue Arnold of Strelley Aubry of Rheims Augustine of Ancona Bartholomaeus Anglicus Bartholomew of Bologna Bartholomew of Bruges Bernard of Auvergne Bernard Lombardi Bernard of Trilia Berthold of Moosburg Blasius of Parma Boethius of Dacia Bombolognus of Bologna Bonaventure Cajetan Cajetan of Thiene Cambiolus of Bologna David of Dinant Denys The Carthusian Dietrich of Freiberg Durand of Saint-Pourain Durandellus Eckhart of Hochheim Edward Upton Ferrandus of Spain Ferrarius the Catalan Francis of Marchia Francis of Meyronnes Francis of Prato Gabriel Biel Geoffrey of Aspall Gerald of Odo Gerard of Abbeville Gerard of Bologna Gerard of Siena Gilbert of Stratton Gilbert of Tournai Giles of Lessines Giles of Orleans Giles of Rome Godfrey of Fontaines Gonsalvo of Spain Gosvin of Marbais Gratiadeus Aesculanus Gregory of Rimini Guerric of Saint-Quentin Guy Terrena Guy Vernani of Rimini Henry Bate of Malines Henry of Friemar Henry of Ghent Henry of Harclay Henry Hopton Henry of Langenstein Henry of Lbeck Henry Ruyn of Rostock Henry Totting of Oyta Hervaeus Brito Hervaeus Natalis Heymeric de Campo Himbert of Garda Hugh of Lawton Hugh of Novo Castro Hugh Ripelin of Strasbourg Hugh of Saint-Cher Hugolin of Orvieto Humbert of Preuilly James of Ascoli James of Douai James of Eltville James of Lausanne James of Metz James of Piacenza James of Thrines James of Viterbo Jerome of Moravia John Aurifaber John Baconthorpe John of Bassolis John Blund John Bode John Buridan John the Canon John Capreolus John Chilmark John of Dacia John Dorp John Dumbleton John Duns Scotus John of Erfurt John Hiltalingen of Basel John of Holland John Huntman John of Jandun John of La Rochelle John Lesage John of Mechlinia John of Mirecourt John of Murro John of Naples John of Nova Domo John le Page John of Paris John Pecham John Picardi of Lichtenberg John of Pouilly John of Reading John Rigaud John of Ripa John Rodington John of Saint-German John Sharpe John of Sterngassen John Tarteys John Versor John Went John of Wesel John Wyclif Lambert Landulph Caracciolo Ludolph Meistermann of Lbeck Marsilius of Inghen Martin of Alnwick Martin of Dacia Martinus Anglicus Matthew of Aquasparta Matthew of Bologna Matthew of Gubbio Matthew of Orleans Michael of Marbais Michael of Massa Monachus Niger Nicholas of Amiens Nicholas of Amsterdam Nicholas of Autrecourt Nicholas Byard Nicholas Bonet Nicholas of Cusa Nicholas Drukken of Dacia Nicholas of Normandy Nicholas of Ockham Nicholas of Paris Nicholas of Strasbourg Nicholas Trivet Nicole Oresme Odo Rigaldus Oliver Brito Paul of Gelria Paul of Pergula Paul of Perugia Paul of Taranto Paul of Venice Peter of Abano Peter of Ailly Peter of Aquila Peter Auriol Peter of Auvergne Peter of Candia Peter Ceffons Peter of Falco Peter of Ireland Peter of John Olivi Peter of Mantua Peter of Navarre Peter of Palude Peter Plaoul Peter of Spain Peter of Spain (Portugal) Peter Sutton Peter of Tarentaise Petrus Thomae Peter of Trabes Philip The Chancellor Pierre Roger Prosper of Reggio Emilia Radulphus Brito Ralph Strode Rambert de' Primadizzi of Bologna Raymond Lull Remigio de' Girolami Richard Billingham Richard Brinkley Richard of Bromwich Richard of Campsall Richard of Clive Richard of Conington Richard of Ferrybridge Richard Fishacre Richard Fitzralph Richard Kilvington Richard Knapwell Richard Lavenham Richard of Middleton Richard Rufus of Cornwall Richard the Sophister Richard Swineshead Robert Alyngton Robert Bacon Robert Cowton Robert Fland Robert Graystanes Robert Grosseteste Robert of Halifax Robert Holcot Robert Kilwardby Robert Orford Robert Walsingham Robertus Anglicus Roger Bacon Roger Marston Roger Nottingham Roger Roseth Roger Swineshead Roger Whelpdale Roland of Cremona Servais of Mont-Saint-Eloi Servasanto of Faenza Siger of Brabant Siger of Courtrai Simon of Dacia Simon of Faversham Simon of Hinton Stanislaus of Znojmo Stephen of Pacecz Stephen of Rieti Thaddeus of Parma Themon Judaeus Thomas Aquinas Thomas of Bailly Thomas Bradwardine Thomas Buckingham Thomas of Cantimpr Thomas of Cleves Thomas of Erfurt Thomas Manlevelt Thomas of Strasbourg Thomas of Sutton Thomas Waleys Thomas Wylton Thomas of York Thuo of Viborg Ulrich of Strasbourg Vincent of Beauvais Vincent Ferrer Vital Du Four Walter of Ailly Walter of Bruges Walter Burley Walter Chatton William of Alnwick William of Auvergne William of Auxerre William of Bonkes William Buser William of Clifford William Crathorn William of Durham William of Falegar William Heytesbury William Hothum William de la Mare William of Lewes William of Macclesfield William of Middleton William Milverley William of Nottingham William of Ockham William Penbygull William of Peter Godin William of Rubio William of Saint-Amour William of Sherwood William of Ware Witelo [top] Adam of Buckfield (Bockenfield, Bocfeld) b. The majority of women who were physically assaulted by an intimate partner had been sexually assaulted by that same partner.
Provisionalia Index Librorum Scholasticorum Robert Pasnau Provisionalia is a guide and repository for texts and translations of scholastic philosophy and theology. Several short mathematical texts, most notably the Tractatus proportionum [ca.
There are many different terms to refer to sexual assault committed by a person in a relationship with the victim, including: intimate partner sexual violence, domestic violence, intimate partner rape, marital rape, and spousal rape.
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