Francis of Marchia

[Revised entry by Christopher Schabel on September 24, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Francis of Marchia was perhaps the most exciting theologian active at the University of Paris in
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[Revised entry by Christopher Schabel on September 24, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Francis of Marchia was perhaps the most exciting theologian active at the University of Paris in the quarter century between the Franciscan Peter Auriol (fl. 1318) and the Augustinian Hermit Gregory of Rimini (fl. 1343). He had innovative and often influential ideas in philosophical theology, natural philosophy, metaphysics, and political theory, as much recent scholarship has shown....

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