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Henry, of Ghent, 1217?-1293

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Personal name headingHenry, of Ghent, 1217?-1293
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Variant(s)Bonicollius, Henricus, 1217?-1293
Enrico, di Gand, 1217?-1293
Enrique, de Gante, 1217?-1293
Gandavo, Henricus a, 1217?-1293
Goethals a Gandavo, Henricus, 1217?-1293
Goethals, Henri, 1217?-1293
Heinrich, von Gent, 1217?-1293
Hendrik, van Gent, 1217?-1293
Henri, de Gand, 1217?-1293
Henricus, a Gandavo, 1217?-1293
Henricus, de Gandavo, 1217?-1293
Henricus, Gandavensis, 1217?-1293
Henricus Goethals, a Gandavo, 1217?-1293
Henricus Mudanus, 1217?-1293
Henryk, z Gandawy, 1217?-1293
Associated placeGhent (Belgium) Paris (France)
Birth date1217~
Death date1293
Field of activityScholasticism
AffiliationUniversité de Paris. Faculté de théologie
Profession or occupationChristian philosophers Theologians
Found inDe werking van het menselijk verstand volgens Hendrik van Gent, 1949.
La visión de Dios según Enrique de Gante, 1960: t.p. (Enrique de Gante)
Quodlibetal questions on free will, 1993: title page (Henry of Ghent)
Henry of Ghent's Summa of ordinary questions, 2011
Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy, viewed online November 27, 2013 (Henry of Ghent (b. 1217?, d. 1293) is perhaps the most prominent figure at the Faculty of Theology in Paris during the last quarter of the 13th century. It is not known exactly when Henry was born; his date of birth is usually placed before 1240, perhaps between 1217 and 1223, though without any concrete evidence)
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