Author

Pearson

Date of Award

8-1990

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Medieval Studies

First Advisor

Dr. Otto Grundler

Second Advisor

Dr. Falk

Third Advisor

Dr. Johnson

Access Setting

Masters Thesis-Open Access

Abstract

De Libero Arbitrio of Robert Grosseteste (ca. 1170-1253) represents his primary exploration of that aspect of man's relationship to nature, to other human beings, and to God, known as free choice. This thesis explores the relationship of his treatise De Libero Arbitrio to his treatises De Veritate, De Veritate Propositionis, and De Scientia Dei. It also offers an outline and summary of De Libero Arbitrio and presents an English translation of Ludwig Baur's edition of the first recension of this treatise with updated notes.

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