Henry of Ghent

[Revised entry by Pasquale Porro on August 25, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Henry of Ghent (b. 1217?, d. 1293) is perhaps the most prominent figure at the Faculty of Theology in
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[Revised entry by Pasquale Porro on August 25, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Henry of Ghent (b. 1217?, d. 1293) is perhaps the most prominent figure at the Faculty of Theology in Paris during the last quarter of the 13th century; that is, of the next generation after the death of Thomas Aquinas. For a long time it was thought that Henry was...

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