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Marcellino da Civezza. Domenichelli lists whatever manuscripts Luguet had consulted. 45 The late Pierre Michaud-Quantin edited Jean’s other work on the soul, the Tractatus de divisione multiplici potentiarum 43 Coleman, p. 382. Reference in Bougerol, p. 27. Henry Luguet, Essai d’analyse et de critique sur le texte inédit du Traité de l’âme de Jean de La Rochelle, Paris, A. Durand et Pedone Lauriel, 1875. ‘La même année, il publia en latin le texte d’une thèse en Sorbonne sur la psychologie de Jean de La Rocelle’: Fratris ac Magistri Johannis a Rupella ex eo libro hactenus inedito cui Summa de anima titulus inscribitur psychlologicam doctrinam exprompsit Henricus Luguet, Paris, 1875, 76pp.

103 99 Summa, C. 44, 130-131. Sed anima racionalis naturaliter mouetur per apppetitum ad felicitatem et beatitudinem. 100 Summa, C. 44, 150-153. Item, omnis uirtus cuius operacio impeditur a corpore, eius esse non dependet a corpore; sed uirtus intellectiua est huiusmodi, quia quanto plus corpori se immerserit, tanto intelliget obtusius et tardius; quanto autem se elongauerit, tanto clarius et facilius. 101 Summa, C. 46, 67-69. Causa ergo passibilitatis miserie que pena est, est ex culpa. Primo modo passibilitas antecedit culpam; secundo est post culpam.

In 2001, however, the French translation of the Summa, referred to above, was produced under the aegis of the Bibliothèque Des Textes Philosophiques, translated by Jean-Marie Vernier. The introduction to the French text contains a comprehensive outline of the Summa which, no doubt, has contributed to a renewal of interest in Jean and his works, as will the present work. SECTION SIX OUTLINE OF THE FIRST CONSIDERATIO OF THE SUMMA The Summa is divided into two main parts, each called a Consideratio which are further divided, in turn, into chapters; fifty eight chapters are included in the first, sixty in the second.

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