Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy

Living Edition
| Editors: Henrik Lagerlund

Peter of Trabibus

  • Russell L. Friedman
Living reference work entry
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-024-1151-5_614-1


Peter of Trabibus was a Franciscan theologian who worked in the 1290s probably at Santa Croce, the Franciscan convent in Florence. Peter’s thought fits roughly into the post-Bonaventurean Franciscan current that also includes Matthew of Aquasparta, John Pecham, and Roger Marston, but he is best known as having held views clearly influenced by Peter John Olivi.

This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.


Primary Sources

  1. For question lists of Peter’s works, along with discussion of the manuscripts and text editions, see Friedman forthcoming.Google Scholar

Secondary Sources

  1. di Noto, A. (1963). La théologie naturelle de Pierre de Trabibus, O.F.M. Padua: Antonio Milani.Google Scholar
  2. Friedman, R. L. (forthcoming). The Sentences commentary of Peter of Trabibus (with question lists and text editions on matter, form, body, and soul).Google Scholar
  3. Houser, R. E. (1979). Transcendental Unity in Petrus de Trabibus. Franciscan Studies, 39, 49–104.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Huning, H. A. (1964–1965). Die Stellung des Petrus de Trabibus zur Philosophie, nach dem zweiten Prolog zum ersten Buch seines Sentenzenkommentars Ms. 154, Biblioteca Communale, Assisi. Franziskanische Studien, 46(1964), 193–286, Franziskanische Studien, 47(1965), 1–43.Google Scholar
  5. Huning, H. A. (1968a). The plurality of forms according to Petrus de Trabibus O.F.M. Franciscan Studies, 28, 137–196.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Huning, H. A. (1968b). Petrus de Trabibus: Ein Vorläufer des Johannes Duns Scotus in der Lehre vom Formalunterschied. In De Doctrina Ioannis duns Scoti (Vol. I, pp. 285–295). Rome: Commissio scotistica.Google Scholar
  7. Lambertini, R. (forthcoming). Fedeltà alla Regola francescana e prassi conventuale nella Firenze di fine duecento: una quaestio di Pietro de Trabibus.Google Scholar
  8. Ledoux, A. (1931). Petri de Trabibus, O.F.M., Quaestiones duae: De aeternitate mundi. Antonianum, 6, 137–152.Google Scholar
  9. Longpré, E. (1922). Pietro de Trabibus. Un discepolo di Pier Giovanni Olivi. Studi Francescani n.s., 8, 267–290.Google Scholar
  10. Pelster, F. (1938). Beiträge zur Bestimmung der theologischen Stellung des Petrus de Trabibus (vor 1300). Gregorianum, 19, 37–57, 376–403.Google Scholar
  11. Piron, S. (2006). Franciscan Quodlibeta in southern studia and at Paris, 1280-1300. In C. Schabel (Ed.), Theological quodlibeta in the middle ages. The thirteenth century (pp. 403–438). Leiden: Brill.Google Scholar
  12. Piron, S. (2008). Le poète et le théologien: une rencontre dans le studium de Santa Croce. In J. Biard & F. M. Zini (Eds.), Ut philosophia poesis. Questions philosophiques dans l’écriture de Dante, Petrarque, Boccace (pp. 73–112). Paris: Vrin. (originally published in: Picenum Seraphicum. Rivisti di studi storici e francescani, 19(2000), 87–134).Google Scholar
  13. Simoncioli, F. (1956). Il problema della libertà umana in Pietro di Giovanni Olivi e Pietro de Trabibus. Milan: Vita e Pensiero.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media B.V., part of Springer Nature 2018

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Philosophy, De Wulf-Mansion Centre for Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance PhilosophyKatholieke Universiteit LeuvenLeuvenBelgium