He fulfilled all requirements for a theology degree, but never occupied a chair in theology, and so was called Inceptor.
This series publishes work on heresy, and the repression of heresy, from late antiquity to the Reformation, including monographs, collections of essays, and editions of texts.
The Franciscans, by contrast (Bonaventure, Scotus, Ockham) looked to Augustine as warrant for their affirmation that will was an indispensable and prominent support to reason in the cultivation of faith.
For example, Scotus insisted that reason needs to be qualified by loving action, and Ockham urges that reason cannot show how things ought to be, for they are fundamentally contingent on the divine will.
Other works include commentaries on Aristotles Metaphysics and Categories. Contraction: the principle whereby universal properties exist only through their particulars.
God: infinite being, apparent to us as infinite love.
The contrast between the two orders is easy to caricature but there is some truth to it.