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66 The champion, however, of applying curvilinear vs. rectilinear angles was Peter Ceffons, ca. 1348–49. Taking many of the assumptions of this application from Nicole Oresme,67 he turned to these angles to obtain a scale of measure that would prove to be effective when set against the different perfections of radically distinct species. 70 This ends my catalogue or, at least, partial catalogue, of the ways in which in the fourteenth century quite new elements were brought to bear on Aristotle’s notions and arguments about infinity and continuity.
45 Walter Burley, Super Aristotelis libros de physica auscultatione commentaria [ Venice, 1589], col. , col. ” Gregory of Rimini, answering what is essentially Harclay’s argument (above, note 38), Sent. II, dist. 2, Q. 2 [Trapp], p. 292: “Ad tertium dico, stante praedicta suppositione, quod deus videt quod inter primum punctum et quodlibet aliud eiusdem lineae intercipitur linea, et infinita etiam puncta, non tamen linea non visa, nec puncta non visa ab eo. ” 47 John the Canon, Questiones in Physicorum VI, quaestio unica (MSS Florence, Bibl.
It should be noted that Ceffons was something of an inveterate “borrower,” often citing, in some cases verbatim, the likes of Thomas Bradwardine’s De proportionibus velocitatum, Roger Swineshead’s De obligationibus, John Mirecourt’s Comm. , etc. e. ex libris Sent. [Combes], pp. 70–72. 70 John of Ripa, Commentarius in Sententiarum, I, dist. 2, q. 4 (MS BNF, Lat. 15369, f. ” 38 john e. murdoch of these elements grew from seeds already present in Aristotle’s text, such as his comments about faster and slower moving mobiles (whose whole purpose in these comments was to establish the infinite divisibility of the continua involved), or such as the tremendous growth of literature in the fourteenth century of ever more complicated decisions regarding the limits of continuous processes and events.