Domingo Báñez
b. February 29, 1528 – d. October 22, 1604 • Theologian
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Báñez, Domingo
Báñez, Domingo (1528–1604), *Thomist theologian. In his youth he studied philosophy at Salamanca, and in 1547 made his profession in the *Dominican Order. For some years he studied under Domingo *Soto, and held professorships in the Spanish universities of Ávila, Valladolid, and elsewhere. In 1577 he
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Báñez, Domingo
Báñez, Domingo (1528–1604). Dominican professor of theology in Ávila, in Alcalá, and finally in Salamanca. In Ávila he was a teacher and for six years the confessor of ⇒Teresa, whose reforming work he defended throughout his life. There is no doubt that it was B. who helped the saint to navigate the
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Banez, Domingo
BANEZ, DOMINGO (1528–1604)Spanish Thomist theologianBanez studied at Salamanca and in 1547 was ordained in the Dominican Order. He was a professor in the Spanish Universities of Avila and Valladolid. Returning to Salamanca in 1577, he taught theology until he was elected to the chief chair in 1580.