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Anthony Celano
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Aristotle's Ethics and Medieval Philosophy
Moral Goodness and Practical Wisdom
, pp. 243 - 252
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Erfurt, Bibliotheca Amploniana, MS F 13 (=E), ff. 84r–119r. Contains the anonymous Quaestiones in Ethicam.
Florence, Naz. MS conv. soppr. G 4.853 (=F). Contains the commentary on the Ethica vetus and nova wrongly attributed to John Pecham.
Prague, Czech State Library (olim University) MS. III. F. 10 (=Pr). Contains the commentary on the Ethica nova attributed to Robert Kilwardby.

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