Andreas de Novo Castro Commentary

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Liber I, Prologus, q. 1 Utrum Deum esse nobilissimum omnium aliorum entium sit aliqua essentia per se una. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Prologus, q. 2 Utrum Deum esse specialem adiutorem hominis fideliter in theologia studentis sit aliquid per se unum totaliter ab omni creatura distinctum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Prologus, q. 3 Utrum aliquem fidelem meruisse per studium sacre theologie sit aliquod intelligibile distinctum ab omnibus rebus actu vel potentia existentibus. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 1 Utrum omnis intellectus cognoscens formaliter ens medium in respectu ad finem intelligat utrumque unico actu simplici. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 2 Utrum intellectus noster per actum per se unum et simplicem in essendo apprehendat formaliter quod Deus est summum bonum, quo est fruendum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 1, Q. 3 Utrum voluntas referens illud quo utitur in illud quo fruitur velit utrumque per unicum actum simplicem Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 2 et 3, Q. 1 Utrum fidelis cognoscens Deum esse trinum et unum cognoscat aliquod intelligibile, quod non cognoscit infideles ignorans Deum esse trinum et unum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 2 et 3, Q. 2 Utrum sola veritas affirmativa sit per se obiectum assensus secundum quem formaliter assentimus quod Deus est unus essentialiter et trinus personaliter. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 2 et 3, Q. 3 Utrum scientia per quam ex creaturis scimus Deum esse habeat pro obiecto per se scibili solam conclusionem demonstratam. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 2 et 3, Q. 4 Utrum a nobis viatoribus possit ratione naturali sufficienter probari Deum esse. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 2 et 3, Q. 5 Utrum impossibile sit plures deos esse. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 8, Q. 1 Utrum ratione naturali sufficienter probari possit Deum esse substantiam simplicitem et inextensam. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 8, Q. 2 Utrum solus Deus sit ens indivisibile essentialiter summe simplex. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 8, Q. 3 Utrum Deus sit ens omnino immutabile. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 9, Q. 1 Utrum intellectus paternus intelligat aliquod per intellectionem realiter distinctam a deitate. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 10, Q. 1 Utrum voluntas divina velit per velle realiter distinctum a deitate. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 14, Q. 1 Utrum ad hoc quod viator fiat noviter iustus et Deo charus requiratur nova charitas et gratie supernaturalis infusio. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 14, Q. 2 Utrum aliquam charitatem habere sit viatori necessarium ad salutem. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 17, Q. 1 Utrum Spiritus Sanctus posset esse charitas secundum quam formaliter homo iustus diligit Deum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 19, Q. 1 Utrum ens nobilissimum sit ultimus finis omnium. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 20 et 21, Q. 1 Utrum ens primum habeat vim conservativam omnium aliorum entium. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 20 et 21, Q. 2 Utrum sufficienter probari possit ultimum finem omnium esse primum principium effectivum omnium. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 1 Utrum ad omnem per se effectum positivum cause secunde Deus concurrat per se effective. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 2 Utrum ad effectus humanos qui sunt mali concurrat effective potentia summi boni. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 3 Utrum divina voluntas possit esse causa productiva actuum malorum, ut mali sunt. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 4 Utrum Deo et creatura agentibus eundem effectum, Deus in infinitum perfectius agat et influat quam creatura. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 5 Utrum Deo et creatura concausantibus effective eundem effectum, Deus prius naturaliter agat ad illum quam creatura. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 6 Utrum divina potentia secundum generalem influentiam concausans voluntati create prius naturaliter agat ad actum voluntatis create quam voluntas creata. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 7 Utrum ad actus bonos voluntatis create potentia divina prius naturaliter agat quam voluntas creata. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 22, Q. 8 Utrum divina potentia ad actus voluntatis humane qui sunt mali prius naturaliter agat quam voluntas humana. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 23 per 31, Q. 1 Utrum essentia divina distinguatur ex natura rei a proprietate personali relativa. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 23 per 31, Q. 2 Utrum cum idemptitate essentiali deitatis stet distinctio realis personarum divinarum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 32, Q. 1 Utrum sapientia et intellectus Patris et Filii distinguantur aliqualiter ex natura rei a bonitate et dilectione Spiritus Sancti. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 32, Q. 2 Utrum divina sapientia distinguitur secundum rationem ab essentia et bonitate divina. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 33 et 34, Q. 1 Utrum Patrem in divinis generare et habere Filium sit aliquod intelligibile complexe significabile distinctum a Patre et ab omnibus entibus incomplexe nominaliter significabilibus. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 35, Q. 1 Utrum secundum lumen rationis naturalis ponendum sit formaliter Deum intelligere aliquod ab ipso. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 35, Q. 2 Utrum Deus formaliter intelligat omnem quidditatem specificam secundum omne verum scibile de illa. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 35, Q. 3 Utrum Deus formaliter intelligat distincte omnia singularia secundum actum vel potentiam existentia. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 36, Q. 1 Utrum respectu diversorum intelligibilium sit in Deo formaliter pluralitas idearum, tamquam exemplarium, ex natura rei distinctorum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 36, Q. 2 Utrum divino intellectui representetur aliquod per se intelligibile obiective significatum per veritatem affirmativam, quod non significetur per negationem contradictoriam. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 37, Q. 1 Utrum Deus sit actualiter extra celum presens spatio infinito imaginario. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 38 et 39, Q. 1 Utrum omne ens aliud a Deo ideo sit quia Deus scit et vult illud esse. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 38 et 39, Q. 2 Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 38 et 39, Q. 2 Utrum creatura, que potest esse et non esse, ideo non sit, quia Deus vult illam non esse, aut quia Deus non vult illam esse. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 38 et 39, Q. 3 Utrum creatura, que non est et potest esse, ideo potest esse, [4a] quia Deus potest illam facere esse. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 38 et 39, Q. 4 Utrum illud quod impossibile est fieri vel esse, ideo sit impossibile, quia Deus non potest illud facere vel econtra. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 38 et 39, Q. 5 Utrum omne quod erit et non est, ideo sit determinate futurum, quia Deus determinate scit et vult illud fore. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
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Liber I, Dist. 38 et 39, Q. 2 Utrum creatura, que potest esse et non esse, ideo non sit, quia Deus vult illam non esse, aut quia Deus non vult illam esse. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 40 et 41, Q. 1 Utrum Deus ab eterno quosdam predestinavit ad beatitudinem propter merita eorum prescita futura. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 40 et 41, Q. 2 Utrum Deus ab eterno reprobaverit aliquos propter eorum demerita futura prescita. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 40 et 41, Q. 3 Utrum reprobatus in gratia existens per bona opera mereatur vitam eternam. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 42, 43, 44, Q. 1 Utrum in lumine rationum naturalium ponendum sit Deum esse potentie active formaliter infinite secundum vigorem. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 42, 43, 44, Q. 2 Utrum per rationes naturales humane philosophie possit sufficienter probari primum ens esse nobilitatis essentialis infinite formaliter. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 1 Utrum ratione naturali possit a nobis sufficienter demonstrari universum a primo principe regi libere libertate contingentie. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 2 Utrum in lumine rationum naturalium probabilius sit ponere universum regi a Deo libertate contingentie quam naturali necessitate. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 3 Utrum ratione naturali possit evidenter probari voluntatem humanam habere libertatem indifferentie in actibus suis. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 4 Utrum mittendo rationibus naturalibus precise et experientiis probabilius ponere voluntatem humanam agere libertate contingentie quam naturali necessitate. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 5 Utrum stando in lumine rationum naturalium precise repugnantia sit libertatem contingentie convenire voluntati humane in agendo, et non convenire prime cause. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 6 Utrum ea que fuerunt possibile sit per divinam potentiam absolutam nunquam fuisse. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 7 Utrum stando in lumine rationum naturalium ponendum sit cuiuslibet contradictionis de futuro contingenti, alteram partem determinate esse veram. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 45, Q. 8 Utrum cuiuslibet contradictionis de futuro contingenti, alteram partem determinate esse veram Deus distincte cognoscat. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 46, Q. 1 Utrum cum divina prescientia et preordinatione futurorum stet Deum agere ad extra libertate contradictionis antecedente. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 46, Q. 2 Utrum Deus habeat scientiam immutabilem de eventu futuri contingentis. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 46, Q. 3 Utrum de cuiuslibet futuri contingentis eventu Deus habeat scientiam certam et infallibilem. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 46, Q. 4 Utrum Deus possit dare intellectui creato noticiam certam et infallibilem de eventu futuri contingentis. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 46, Q. 5 Utrum omni revelationi facte a Deo de eventu futuri contingentis sit firmiter credendum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 47, Q. 1 Utrum divina prescientia et preordinatio futurorum necessitet antecedenter voluntatem humanam ad agendum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 47, Q. 2 Utrum omne quod est futurum eveniet de necessitate simpliciter absoluta. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 48, Q. 1 Utrum omne bonum bonum aliud a Deo sit contingenter bonum ex ordinatione libera divine voluntatis. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 48, Q. 2 Utrum omne quod est creature rationali malum culpe, ideo sit malum, quia a Deo libere et contingenter prohibitum. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 48, Q. 3 Utrum ad rectitudinem humane voluntatis requiratur ipsam conformiter velle id quod Deus vult. Not Started No Review View on GitHub
Liber I, Dist. 48, Q. 4 Utrum respectu cuiuscumque voliti a Deo possit voluntas viatoris per aliquod velle rectum vel non iniustum conformari divine voluntati in obiective volito. Not Started No Review View on GitHub

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Commentary on the Sentences by Andreas de Novo Castro
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