ALEXANDER OF HALES

   the Doctor irrefragabilis of the Schools, an English ecclesiastic, a member of the Franciscan order, who in his "Summa Universæ Theologiæ" formulated, by severe rigour of Aristotelian logic, the theological principles and ecclesiastical rites of the Romish Church; d. in 1222.

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  • Alexander von Hales — (* um 1185 in Hales; † 21. August 1245 in Paris)[1] war ein bedeutender Vertreter der Scholastik und Begründer der so genannten älteren Franziskanerschule, insbesondere des Kommentars der Sentenzen des Petrus Lombardus. Nach einer… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Alexander of Hales — • Biographical article on the first of the scholastic theologians to use Aristotelean principles in systematic theology Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Alexander of Hales     Alexander of Hales …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • ALEXANDER OF HALES° — (d. 1245), English scholastic philosopher and theologian. Alexander joined the Franciscan order after 1230, while teaching at the Faculty of Divinity in Paris. Since he did not complete his comprehensive work, Summa universae theologiae (4 vols …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Alexander von Hales — Alexander von Hales, namhafter Scholastiker des 13. Jahrh., lehrte, im Kloster Hales bei Gloucester gebildet, in Paris seit 1222, trat später in den Franziskaneroden, seines Scharfsinnes wegen Doctor irrefragabilis genannt; starb 27. Aug. 1245.… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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  • Alexander von Hales —   [ heɪlz], englischer Scholastiker, Ehrentitel: »doctor irrefragabilis« (lateinischer Lehrer, dem man sich nicht widersetzen kann), * Hales Owen (Shropshire) um 1185, ✝ Paris 21. 8. 1245; trat als Theologielehrer der Universität Paris 1236 dem… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ALEXANDER de Hales — Doctor irrefragabilis, Thomae Aquin. praeceptor, varia scripsit. Circa A. C. 1240. Bellarmin. de Scriptor. Eccles …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Alexander of Hales — (c. 1186–1245)    Theologian.    Alexander was born at Halesowen in England and was educated at the Universities of Oxford and Paris. In his own lectures he caused a sensation by using the ‘Sentences’ of peter lombard rather than texts from the… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Alexander Of Hales — ▪ French theologian and philosopher born c. 1170/85, Hales, Gloucestershire, Eng. died 1245, Paris       theologian and philosopher whose doctrines influenced the teachings of such thinkers as St. Bonaventure and John of La Rochelle. The Summa… …   Universalium

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