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Agent Intellect; Augustine, St.; Augustinianism; Averroes; Avicenna; Bonaventure, St.; Empiricism; Idealism; Medieval Philosophy; Peckham, John; Thomas Aquinas, St.; Thomism.

Bibliography

Etzkorn, G. "Roger Marston, O.F.M.: An Example of Thirteenth-Century Anti-Semitic Apologetics." Cithara 21 (1982): 3–16.

Etzkorn, G. "Roger Marston's Grades' Theory in the Light of His Philosophy of Nature." Miscellanea Mediaevalia 2 (1963): 535–542.

Hissette, R. "Roger Marston a-t-il professé l'hylémorphisme universel?" Revue de Théologie Ancienne et Médiévale 39 (1972): 205–223.

Magnani, P. Il problema delle Rationes Seminales in Ruggero di Marston. Milan: Marzorati, 1992.

Pérez-Estévez, A. "La materia en Roger Marston." Veridad y Vida 55 (1997): 217–220.

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