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Logica, 1546

Paul of Venice (or Paulus Venetus) (1369–1429) was a "Roman Catholic "Scholastic philosopher, "theologian, and "realist "logician and "metaphysician of the "Hermits of the Order of Saint Augustine. He was teacher to "Paolo da Pergola.

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Life[edit]

He was born, according to the chroniclers of his order, at "Udine, about 1369 and died at "Venice on June 15, 1429, as Paolo Nicoletti. He joined the "Augustinian Order at around 1383, at the convent of "Santo Stefano in Venice. In 1390 he is said to have been sent to "Oxford for his studies in theology, but returned to "Italy, and finished his course at "Padua. He lectured in the "University at Padua during the first quarter of the fifteenth century.

Paul was one of the theologians called to "Rome in 1427 by "Pope Martin V, to take cognizance of the charges brought against "St. Bernardino of Siena, occasioned by Bernardino's use of inscriptions of the name of Jesus in worship.

Realism[edit]

With regard to the "problem of universals he adhered to "realism, since he maintained that universal essences are real entities.

Works[edit]

His writings show a wide knowledge and interest in the "scientific problems of his time.

English translations[edit]

Translation of the 1472 Edition with introduction and notes by Alan R. Perreiah.

Edited and translated by Alan R. Perreiah

Edited with an English translation and notes by Norman Kretzmann.

Edited with an English translation and notes by Patricia Clarke.

Edited with an English translation and notes by C. J. F. Williams.

Edited with an English translation and notes by Alexander Broadie.

Edited with an English translation and notes by George Edward Hughes.

Edited with notes on the sources by Francesco del Punta; translated into English with explanatory notes by Marilyn McCord Adams.

Edited with an English translation and notes by E. Jennifer Ashworth.

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