Bartolomé de Medina
b. 1527 – d. 1578 • Dominican • Theologian
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Medina, Bartolomé
Medina, Bartolomé (1527–80), Spanish *Dominican theologian. He taught theology first at the college of Alcalá, and from 1576 to his death as principal professor at the University of Salamanca; his main interest was centred upon commenting on St *Thomas Aquinas. He has been given the title of ‘Father
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Medina, Bartolomé de
Medina, Bartolomé de (1528–80). Dominican teacher at the University of Salamanca, and therefore successor to and continuator of the work of ⇒Vitoria, ⇒Soto, and ⇒Cano. The facet of his theology that has been most discussed is his so-called probabalism. M. considers whether, in doctrinal or moral matters
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Medina, Bartholomeo de
Medina, Bartholomeo de (1527–1578)Dominican theologian; usually held to be the father of probabilismMedina entered the Dominican Order at Salamanca, taught at Alcala and later at Salamanca. His principal works are his commentaries on Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae. Medina espoused the philosophy