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Title: The Concise Groundwork of Moral Philosophy
Subtitle: An Anonymous Thomist-Buridanist Opusculum
Author(s): GULDENTOPS, Guy
Journal: Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales
Volume: 82    Issue: 1   Date: 2015   
Pages: 89-193
DOI: 10.2143/RTPM.82.1.3080626

Abstract :
Moralis philosophie fundamentum compendiosum is a fifteenth-century Viennese treatise on virtue ethics, focusing on the connection of the virtues. Whereas the attribution of this text to Leonard Praxatoris († 1494) is uncertain, it is very likely that the work influenced Henry Platterberger’s Compendium moralis philosophie (written around 1465 at the University of Vienna). The appendix offers an edition of Moralis philosophie fundamentum compendiosum and a collection of lecture notes by Praxatoris.

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