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41) In the corpus articuli, Henry of Ghent gives a synthesis of the positions of Aquinas and Bonaventure.
In the corpus articuli, Duns Scotus (1) discusses the possibility of learning in line with the question De magistro by Thomas Aquinas, and (2) subsequently refutes the opinion of Plato that, since scientific knowledge is innate in us, all learning is recollection, before he switches to (3) the systematic exposition of his own views on the acquisition of knowledge, in the course of which he refutes (4) the opinion of Henry of Ghent that all senses are true if not contradicted by other sensitive or intellectual cognition.
1) That Duns Scotus starts the corpus articuli with a discussion on the possibility of learning is remarkable, since he introduces Aquinas's solution to this issue in a question which primarily deals with knowledge acquisition.
According to the author, Cajetan provides brief resumes of Aquinas's argument from his corpus articuli, where specific theological problems are addressed.
Inexplicably, Walgrave does not cite this article that poses the question "Utrum secundum successionem temporum articuli fidei creverint," though he cites the following reference.
35) In the early fourteenth century, Parliament passed the Prohibitio Formata de Statuto Articuli Cleri, which objected to the use of the oath ex officio.