Cambridge Translations of Medieval Philosophical Texts: 

Volume III. Mind and Knowledge  

Robert Pasnau 

1. Anonymous (c.1225), The soul and its powers (ed. Gauthier)

2. Anonymous (c.1265), Questions on De anima Book I-II (ed. Giele)

3. Bonaventure, Christ our one teacher [Sermon IV: Opera Omnia V, 567-74] 

4. Henry of Ghent, Can a human being know anything? [Summa Quaestionum Ordinariarum 1.1]

5. Henry of Ghent, Can a human being know anything without divine illumination? [Summa Quaestionum Ordinariarum 1.2]

6. Peter John Olivi, The mental word [Lectura in Iohannem]

7. William Alnwick, Intelligible being [De esse intelligibili Q1]

 8. Peter Aureol, On intuitive and abstractive cognition [Commentary on Book I of the Sentences Prologue, Q2] Translated with Charles Bolyard

9. William Ockham, Apparent being [Ordinatio 27.3]

10. William Crathorn, On the possibility of infallible knowledge [I Sent. Q1]

11. Robert Holcot, Can God know more than he knows? [Quodlibet I.6]

12. Adam Wodeham, The objects of knowledge [Lectura secunda I.1]