Censures, condemnations, and corrections animated the debate around Thomas Aquinas’ works between the end of the 13th and the first de- cades of the 14th century. The Lectura Thomasina of William of Peter of Godin (†1336) seems to typify this passage of Thomas Aquinas’ thought from the condemnations, characterizing the last decades of the 13th century, to teaching activities of the 14th-century schools. Godin does not aim at writing a mere collection of Thomas’ dicta, but rather an original teaching handbook. These peculiarities make the Lectura Thomasina a fundamental piece to the mosaic of the reworking of Aquinas in late medieval teaching activity before his canonization.

From the Condemnations to the Schools. The Correctorium Literature in the Lectura Thomasina

andrea colli
2020

Abstract

Censures, condemnations, and corrections animated the debate around Thomas Aquinas’ works between the end of the 13th and the first de- cades of the 14th century. The Lectura Thomasina of William of Peter of Godin (†1336) seems to typify this passage of Thomas Aquinas’ thought from the condemnations, characterizing the last decades of the 13th century, to teaching activities of the 14th-century schools. Godin does not aim at writing a mere collection of Thomas’ dicta, but rather an original teaching handbook. These peculiarities make the Lectura Thomasina a fundamental piece to the mosaic of the reworking of Aquinas in late medieval teaching activity before his canonization.
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