Knowing And Language

2 On self-evidence, see p. 43ff.

3 Summa Aurea (1500, reprinted Frankfurt, Minerva, 1964), III.3, c.2, q.3, fol. 135r1.

4 See D. P. Henry, The Logic of St. Anselm (Oxford, 1967), pp. 207-8, for a discussion.

5 So Porphyry says in his Commentary on Aristotle's Categories (ed. A. Busse, 1887, Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca IV. 1, p. 91).

6 Logica Modernorum, ed. L. M. de Rijk (Assen, 1967), II1- 113-17 and 123-5.

7 In Roman grammatical theory the adjective is classed with the noun.

9 Adelard of Bath made translations of the Elements.

11 G. Raynaud de Lage, 'Deux questions sur la foi inspirées d'Alain de Lille', AHDLMA (1943-5), 322-36.

12 Aquinas, Quodlibet VII. q.6.a.1.

13 See my Alan of Lille (Cambridge, 1983).

14 R. Bacon, Compendium Studii Theologiae, ed. H. Rashdall (Aberdeen, 1911), p. 25.


3 For references, see CHLGMP, pp. 469, 494, 497. See, too, Anselm, Monologion, 26, on the idea that God is outside and above every 'substance' if we take the word 'substance' in any ordinary sense.

4 Proslogion, Proemium.

5 J. Paulus, 'Les Disputes d'Henri de Gand et de Gilles de Rome sur la distinction de l'essence et de l'existence', AHDLMA (1942), 23-358.

6 Giles of Rome, Theoremata de esse et essentia, ed. E. Hocedez (Louvain, 1930), and tr. M. V. Murray (Milwaukee, 1952), Introduction discusses these views.

7 Proslogion, I.

8 See C. F. Kelley, Meister Eckhart on Divine Knowledge (Yale, 1977), pp. 60ff.

9 It is perhaps worth remarking on the debt to Anselm here.

10 A. Hayen, 'Le Concile de Reims et l'erreur théologique de Gilbert de la Porrée', AHDLMA (1935), 56.

11 Gilbert of Poitiers, Commentaries on Boethius, ed. N. M. Häring (Toronto, 1966), p. 98.63.

16 Aquinas, Quodlibet VII. q.iii.a.i.

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