This chapter introduces the apologetic Avignon Quodlibets, Durandus’s most conspicuous attempt at conciliation, followed by Hervaeus’s cold reception in the Correctiones. Hervaeus’s final tract also points the way to the ‘Thomist turn’ which the controversy later assumed, and which materialized in the second censure of 1317.
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