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...Pincke, Robert Robert Pincke was born at Winslade Hampshire and died, presumably in Oxford, on 3 November 1647. He was educated at Winchester and New College, Oxford, graduating BA in 1598, MA in 1602, BM in 1612 and DD in 1619. He...

Osterrieder, Hermann, OFM (1719–83)

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...Hermann Osterrieder was born in 1719 and died in 1783. He became a member of the Franciscan order and taught philosophy at the Franciscan monastery in Ratisbon (Regensburg), Bavaria.In his work Metaphysics Old and New (1761), Osterrieder...
...O’Meara, John J. John Joseph O’Meara was born in Eyrecourt, Co. Galway on 18 February 1915 and died in Dublin on 12 February 2003. He was educated at Rockwell College, Co. Tipperary, and then at St Joseph’s College, Garbally, Co. Galway...
...Sinapius, Daniël Daniël Sinapius (Latinized for Mostaard or Mosterd, both forms are to be found), was born in 1589 in Amsterdam. He came from a prominent family, which according to Boxhorn’s Boxhorn, Marcus Zuerius funeral address could...
...Gowan, Thomas Thomas Gowan was born in Scotland in a region then called Caldermuir, to the south of present-day West Calder. He died in Antrim in the north of Ireland on 15 September 1683. Gowan studied at Edinburgh (MA, 1655), where his...
...Colmán Ó hUallacháin was born in Dublin in 1922 and died in Gormanstown, Co. Meath on 20 October 1979. He entered the Franciscan Order in 1940 and studied at University College, Galway. In 1953 he received the Ph.D. degree from...
...Voet, Paulus Voetius, Gisbertus Voet, Daniel Paulus Voet was born on 7 June 1619 at Heusden and died in Utrecht on 1 August (Old Style) 1667. He was the eldest son of Gisbertus Voetius , the famous Utrecht theologian and minister...
...Ignaz Neubauer was born in Bamberg on 12 February 1726 and died in Würzburg in 1795. He went to school and matriculated in Bamberg in 1740. On 13 July 1745, having finished his philosophical studies, he entered the Society of Jesus...
...Almost nothing is known of the life and career of the erudite and eclectic Scotist, Claude Méron. He was a Franciscan, received his doctorate in theology from the Sorbonne in 1672 and was a teacher of philosophy and theology throughout...
...Jean Adam, a controversist and Jesuit preacher, was born in Limoges on 28 September 1608 and died at the retreat house in Bordeaux in 1684. A tailor’s son, he did his first degree at the Jesuit college of Limoges and then entered...