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Tractatus De generatione et corruptione ad mentem subtilium ac theologorum omnium principis Ioannis Duns Scoti [manuscript].

Publication:
[Bologna], 1650.
Format/Description:
Manuscript
138 leaves : paper ; 184 x 123 (155 x 90) mm. bound to 192 x 137 mm.
Subjects:
Duns Scotus, John, ca. 1266-1308.
Aristotle -- Criticism and interpretation -- Early works to 1800.
Aristotle. De generatione et corruptione -- Early works to 1800.
Aristotle. De anima -- Early works to 1800.
Soul -- Early works to 1800.
Scholasticism.
Form/Genre:
Manuscripts, Latin -- 17th century.
Manuscripts, European.
Codices.
Language:
Latin.
Summary:
Two scholastic commentaries on Aristotle: the first on De generatione et corruptione; the latter on De anima. In between is a two-page work on the soul, apparently unconnected to either book, written in a different hand. The author of the two major works appears to be a proponent of John Duns Scotus. The title page includes two abbreviations, "C. D.F.R.M.D.C.C." and "B. L.N.D.F.C.M.," as well as a dedication: "Ad usus fratris Rodulphi a Carpo ordinis minorum observantium almae provinciae Bononiae" (f. 1r).
Contents:
1. f.1r-92v: Tractatus De generatione et corruptione ad mentem subtilium ac theologorum omnium principis Ioannis Duns Scoti.
2. f.93r-93v: An anime sit subiectum adequatum et attributionis huius scientiae.
3. f.97r-133r: Questiones in libros Aristotelis De anima secundum mentem doctoris subtilis.
Notes:
Ms. codex.
Title from title page (f. 1r).
Collation: Paper, iv + 133 + i; 1⁵( -5) 2-17⁸; quires signed 1-17, upper right recto; [1-134], modern foliation in pencil, lower right recto. Irregular contemporary foliation in ink, upper right recto. Catchwords on last leaf of each quire, lower right verso.
Layout: Written in 25 long lines per page, ruled in drypoint.
Script: Written in a cursive script.
Watermark: Briquet Oiseau 12210 (1591).
Decoration: Title page has both a rectangular outer border, and a triangular inner border with leaves, vines, and flower designs, as well as a musical instrument of sorts with the abbreviated mottos written on its neck, all in red ink, except the lettering of the titles themselves (f. 1r).
Binding: Contemporary parchment.
Origin: Written in Bologna (Provinciae Bononiae, f. 1r) in 1650 (f. 52v).
Penn Provenance:
Sold by Librari L. Gonnelli (Florence), 1963.
Cited in:
Described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800, Supplement A (1). The Library Chronicle 35 (1969), p. 16 (Ms. Latin 240).
Cited as:
UPenn Ms. Codex 1153
Contributor:
Rodulphus a Carpo, former owner.
OCLC:
221971745
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