List of Thomist writers (13th–18th centuries)

This list of Thomist writers runs from the 13th to the 18th century, stopping short of neo-Thomism. It includes writers who engaged with the thought of Thomas Aquinas, but might not strictly be considered Thomist thinkers.

"Source": The "Catholic Encyclopedia" of 1913, article "Thomism". The listing is chronological, by date of death. [ [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/14698b.htm Catholic Encyclopedia: Thomism ] ]

Thirteenth century

* Thomas de Cantimpré
* Hugh of St Cher
* Vincent of Beauvais
* St Raymond de Pennafort
* Peter of Tarentaise (Pope)
* Giles de Lassines
* Reginald de Piperno
* William de Moerbeka
* Raymond Marti
* Bernard de Trilia
* Bernard of Hotun, Bishop of Dublin
* Dietrich of Apolda
* Thomas of Sutton

Fourteenth century

* Peter of Auvergne
* Nicholas Boccasini, Benedict XI
* Godfrey of Fontaines
* Walter of Winterburn
* Ægidius Colonna
* William of Paris
* Gerard of Bologna
* four biographers
** Peter Calo
** William de Tocco
** Bartolommeo of Lucca
** Bernard Guidonis
* Dante
* Natalis Hervieus
* Petrus de Palude (Paludanus)
* Thomas Bradwardin
* Robert Holkott
* John Tauler
* Henry Suso
* Thomas of Strasburg
* Jacobus Passavante
* Nicholas Roselli
* Durandus of Aurillac
* John Bromyard
* Nicholas Eymeric

Fifteenth century

* Manuel Calecas
* St Vincent Ferrer
* John Dominici
* John Gerson
* Luis of Valladolid
* Raymond Sabunde
* John Nieder
* Capreolus
* John de Montenegro
* Fra Angelico
* St Antoninus
* Nicholas of Cusa
* John of Torquemada
* Bessarion
* Basilian
* Alanus de Rupe
* John Faber
* Petrus Niger
* Peter of Bergamo
* Jerome Savonarola

Sixteenth century

* Felix Faber
* Vincent Bandelli
* John Tetzel
* Diego de Deza
* Sylvester Mazzolini
* Francesco Silvestro di Ferrara
* Thomas de Vio Cajetan
* Conrad Koellin
* Chrysostom Javelli
* Santes Pagnino
* Francisco de Vitoria
* Franc Romseus
* Ambrosius Catherinus
* Lancelot Politi
* St Ignatius of Loyola
* Matthew Ory
* Dominic Soto
* Melchior Cano
* Ambrose Pelargus
* Peter Soto
* Sixtus of Siena
* John Faber
* St Pius V
* Bartholomew Medina
* Vincent Justiniani
* Maldonatus
* Juan Maldonado
* St Charles Borromeo
* Salmerón
* Louis of Granada
* Bartholomew of Braga
* Toletus (Francisco de Toledo (Cardinal))
* Peter Canisius
* Thomas Stapleton, Doctor of Louvain
* Fonseca
* Molina

Seventeenth century

* Valentia
* Domingo Banez
* Vásquez
* Bart Ledesma
* Sánchez
* Baronius
* Capponi a Porrecta
* Aur Menochio
* Petr Ledesma
* Francisco Suárez
* Du Perron, cardinal
* Bellarmine
* Francis de Sales
* Hieronymus Medices
* Lessius
* Martin Becanus (Martin Verbeeck)
* Malvenda
* Thomas de Lemos
* Alvarez
* Paul Laymann
* Joann Wiggers
* Nicholas Riccardi
* Dominic Gravina
* John of St Thomas
* Serra
* Juan Martínez de Ripalda
* Francis Sylvius (Du Bois)
* Petavius
* Goar
* Giovanni Stefano Menochio
* Franc Pignatelli
* De Lugo
* Bollandus
* Jammy
* Thomas de Vallgornera
* Labbe
* Pallavicini
* Busenbaum
* Jean Nicolaï
* Vincent Contenson
* Jac Pignatelli
* Vicente Ferre (d. 1682)
* Passerini
* Jean Baptiste Gonet
* Louis Bancel
* Thomassin
* Goudin
* Sfrondati
* Quétif
* Rocaberti
* Casanate

Eighteenth century

* Jacques-Casimir Guerinois
* Bossuet
* Norisius, OSA
* Diana
* Thyrsus González
* Antoine Massoulié
* Du hamel
* Wigandt
* Piny
* Lacroix
* Carrières
* Natalis Alexander
* Echard
* Tourney, doctor of the Sorbonne
* Livarius de Meyer
* Benedict XIII
* Graveson
* Th du Jardin
* Hyacintha Serry
* Duplessis d'Argentré (Charles du Plessis d'Argentré)
* Vincent Louis Gotti
* Drouin
* Antoine
* Lallemant
* Milante
* Preingue
* Concina
* Charles René Billuart
* Benedict XIV
* Cuiliati
* Orsi
* Charlevoix
* Reuter
* Baumgartner
* Berti
* Giovanni Vincenzo Patuzzi
* De Rubeis
* Touron
* Thomas de Burgo
* Gener
* Roselli
* Alphonsus Liguori
* Mamachi
* Richard
* Pietro Maria Gazzaniga (1722-1799)

References

See also

*
* List of Catholic philosophers and theologians
* List of Jesuit theologians


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