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Title: The Compilatio de libris naturabilis Aristotelis (Compendium philosophie)
Subtitle: Evidence for the Early Reception of the Glossa anglicana and of Adam of Buckfield's Commentaries
Author(s): KUHRY, Emmanuelle
Journal: Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales
Volume: 86 Issue: 2 Date: 2019
The paper explores the relationship between three thirteenth-century texts: the anonymous Compilatio de libris naturalibus Aristotelis, also known as Compendium philosophie, Adam of Buckfield’s commentaries on the Aristotelian libri naturales, and the Oxford gloss on the texts composing the corpus vetustius used in university teaching during the first half of the thirteenth century and beyond. A study of philological evidence will help delineate the context in which the Compilatio was written and contribute to the ongoing discussions concerning the dating of the Oxford gloss and the reception of Adam’s commentaries.