Gerard of Bologna

Gerard of Bologna

Gerard of Bologna (died 1317) was an Italian Carmelite theologian and scholastic philosopher.

A convinced Thomist, he took a doctorate in theology in 1295 at the University of Paris. Subsequently he was elected general of the Carmelite Order, in 1297. [ [http://www.helpfellowship.org/ocds%20lessons/Lesson%201.htm History of the Order ] ]

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