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American Philosophical Society
Eucharistic Presence and Conversion in Late Thirteenth-Century Franciscan Thought: Transactions, American Philosophical Society (vol. 74, part 3)
David Burr (au)
Concentrates on a single problem in medieval theology: the relationship between Christís bodily presence in the Eucharist & the conversion of the Eucharistic elements, bread & wine, into Christís body & blood. Traces discussion of this problem in the Franciscan order during the late 13th cent. from St. Bonaventure to John Duns Scotus. Contents: The Thomist-Bonaventuran Thesis; Eucharistic Thought in the 1240s: Albert the Great, Wm. of Militona, & Richard Fishacre; Reception of the Thomist-Bonav. Thesis outside the Franciscan Order; The Franciscan Critique: Wm. de la Mare, Matthew of Aquasparta, John Pecham, Peter Olivi, Roger Marston, & Wm. of Falgar, Richard of Middleton, Vitalis de Furno, & Wm. of Ware, John Duns Scotus; Conclusion.
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