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Alexander of Hales; Aristotelianism; Aristotle; Augustine, St.; Augustinianism; Bonaventure, St.; Marston, Roger; Matthew of Acquasparta; Siger of Brabant; Thomas Aquinas, St.

Bibliography

Boureau, A. Théologie, science et censure au XIIIe siècle. Le cas de Jean Peckham. Paris: Belles Lettres, 1999.

Callebaut, André. "Jean Peckham O.F.M. et l'augustinisme." Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 18 (1925): 441–472.

Crowley, Theodore. "John Peckham O.F.M., Archbishop of Canterbury, versus the New Aristotelianism." Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 33 (1951): 242–255.

Douie, Decima L. Archbishop Pecham. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1952. Includes a good bibliography.

Ehrle, Franz. "J. Peckham über den Kampf des Augustinismus und Aristotelismus in der zweiten Hälfte des 13 Jahrhunderts." Zeitschrift für katholosche Theologie 13 (1889): 172–193.

Etzkorn, G. "John Pecham, O.F.M.: A Career of Controversy." In Monks, Nuns and Friars in Mediaeval...

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