William of Ockham: Questions on Virtue, Goodness, and the Will William Ockham: Qstns Virt Gdn Will

William of Ockham: Questions on Virtue, Goodness, and the Will William Ockham: Qstns Virt Gdn Will

Hagedorn, Eric W.

Cambridge University Press






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Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Note on the Texts and Translation; Introduction; Bibliography; Part I. Questions about Created Wills: 1. Are Memory, Intellect, and Will Really Distinct Powers? (Rep. II, q. 20); 2. On Pleasure, Pain, and Distress (Var. Ques. q. 6, a. 9); 3. On Practical Activity, Ends, and Moral Knowledge (Ord., Prologue, qq. 10-12, excerpts); 4. On Love, Hate, and Final Causes (Var. Ques., q. 4, excerpts); 5. Should Everything Other Than God Only Be Used? (Ord., d. 1. q. 1); 6. Is Enjoyment an Act of the Will Alone? (Ord., d. 1, q. 2); 7. Does the Will Contingently and Freely Enjoy the Ultimate End? (Ord., d. 1, q. 6); 8. Does a Beatified Will Necessarily Enjoy God? (Rep. IV, q. 16); Part II. Questions about the Divine Will: 9. Could God Make a World Better than this World? (Ord., d. 44, q. un, excerpts); 10. Is God's Will the Immediate and First Cause of Everything that is Done? (Ord., d. 45, q. un); 11. Could the Divine Will be Impeded by any Creaturely Power? (Ord., d. 46, q. 1); 12. Could God Command that a Bad Thing Be Done? (Ord., d. 47, q. un); 13. Is Every Created Will Obligated to Conform Itself to the Divine Will? (Ord., d. 48, q. un.); Part III. Questions about Virtue and Moral Goodness: 14. Does a Virtuous Habit have the Intellective Part as its Subject? (Rep. III, q. 11); 15. Is Every Virtuous Habit Generated from Acts? (Rep. III, q. 12); 16. On Self-Control, Temperance, and Prudence (Var. Ques. q. 6, a. 10); 17. Could the Will have a Virtuous Act concerning an Object about which there is an Error in the Intellect? (Var. Ques., q. 8); 18. Is a Bad Angel Always Engaging in a Bad Act? (Rep. II, q. 15); 19. On the Nature of Mortal Sin (Rep. IV, qq. 10-11, excerpts); 20. On Acts that are Intrinsically and Necessarily Virtuous (Var. Ques. VII, a. 1, excerpts); 21. Is Only an Act of the Will Necessarily Virtuous? (Quod. III, q. 14); 22. Can there be Demonstrative Knowledge about Morals? (Quod. II, q. 14); Part IV. Questions about Charity, Merit, and Grace: 23. Is it Necessary to Posit Three Theological Virtues in This Life that Can Remain in the Next Life? (Rep. III, q. 9, excerpts); 24. Is it Necessary to Posit, in addition to the Holy Spirit, Absolute Created Charity Formally Informing the Soul? (Ord., d. 17, q. 1); 25. Could an Act of the Will be Meritorious without Charity Formally Informing the Soul? (Ord., d. 17, q. 2); 26. Does Every Meritorious Act Presuppose Created Charity? (Ord., d. 17, q. 3); 27. On the Infusion of Virtue and Grace and the Removal of Guilt in Baptism (Rep. IV, qq. 3-5); Index.