Additional information (e.g. institutions, itineraria): Studies: studied philosophy in Vilnius university during 1599-1602. Professional activity: franciscan (bernardine) philosopher. In 1608 taught philosophy in Vilnius fransiscan school.
Language(s) of text: Latin
Coverage: Early 17th century
Subject: Theses were probably prepared to obtain a master's of liberal arts and philosophy degree. There are 50 theses in total: 1-6 belong to metaphysics, 7-40 - to physics, 41-44 - to astronomy, 45-46 - to moral philosophy, 47-48 - to civil philosophy, 49-50 - to logic. There are the most common and traditional scholastic views presented. In the praefatio there are the most famous medieval philosophers and scientists enumerated. In the end of each of the theses there are a few scholastic problems and paradoxes explained.
Additional information: These theses are the earliest source that was prepared by the student and defended in the Vilnius university.
Contact person: Živilė Pabijutaitė
Pages from: 1
Pages to: 11
Date: 1602
Library: BCzK (Biblioteka Czartoryskich w Krakowie)
Title/incipit: Theoremata philosophica ex omnibus philosophiae partibus quae in alma academia Vilnensi propugnabit F. Andreas Grądzki, ordinis F. Minorum S. Francisci de observantia. Praeside R. P. Andrea Novatio e societate Iesu, artium et philosophiae magistro et professore ordinario. Disputabuntur in gymnasio universitatis Vilnensis mense iulio.
Lived from: Uknown
Lived to: Unknown
Relevance for project (low 1 - 5 high): 4
Copyright/legal status: To be checked
Signature: 32096/ I
Physical description: Printed edition
Place: 32096/ I
If book: printing house(s): Vilnae, in officina typographica Societatis Iesu
Creator(s): Grącki (Grądzki) Andreas

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