B. M. Xiberta, “De Magistro Iohanne Baconthorp,” in Analecta Ordinis Carmelitanum, 6 (1927) p. 42.

B. M. Xiberta, De scriptoribus scholasticis saeculi XIV ex ordine Carmelitarum, Louvain 1931, pp. 177-183.

P. Chrysogone du S. Sacrament, "Maître Jean Baconthorp: Les sources, la doctrine, les disciples", in Revue Néoscolastique 34 ( 1932) pp. 341-365. (click here for the pfd)

C. Linenbrink, C.S.F., “The universal and its relation to the phantasized object according to John Baconthorpe”, in The Modern Schoolman 42 (1964-65) pp. 353-374.

J. Etzweiler,  “John Baconthorpe, O. Carm., and His Relation to Averroism”, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Toronto, 196.

R. Macken, "Compte rendu de Ernst Borchert, 'Die Quaestiones speculativae et canonicae des Johannes Baconthorp über den sakramentalen Charakter'", in Scriptorium 30 (1976), p. 296. 

W. Ullman, “John Baconthorp as a Canonist”, in Church and Government in the Middle Ages: Essays presented to C. R. Cheney on his 70th birthday Cambridge, 1976 pp. 223- 246, reprinted in Scholarship and Politics in the Middle Ages Variorum Reprints, London 1978 n.x. 223-246.

B. Smalley, “John Baconthorpe’s Postill on St. Matthew” in Studies in Medieval Thought and Learning. Bloomsbury Publishing PLC London 1981, pp. 91-145.

E. Randi, “Baconthorpe politico. Il commento a ‘De civitate Dei’ XIX dal ms. parigino lat. 9540”, in  Acme. Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell' Università degli studi di Milano, 25/1 (1982) pp. 127-152.

T. Turley, “Tradition, papal power, and John Baconthorpe”, Bulletin of Medieval Canon Law, 12 (1982), pp. 81-89.

L. A. Kennedy, C.S.B., “John Baconthorpe, O.Carm., and Divine Absolute Power”, Carmelus, 38 (1991), pp. 63-68.

T. Turley, “Ab apostolorum temporibus. The primitive Church in the ecclesiology of three medieval Carmelites”, Studia in honorem Alphonsi M. Stickler, ed. R. C.  Lara 1992, Rome, pp. 559-580.

A. Boureau, “L’Immaculee Conception de la Souverainte. John Baconthorpe et la Theologie Politique (1325-1345)”, in Saint-Denis et la Royaute: Etudes offertes a Bernard Guenee, sous la direction de F. Autrand, C. Gauvard, J. M. Moeglin Paris 1999, pp. 733-749.

C. Schabel, Theology at Paris 1316-1345: Peter Auriol and the Problem of Divine Foreknowledge and Future Contingents, Aldershot 2000, pp. 54-57.

R. Cross, “John Baconthorpe”, in A Companion to the Philosophy of the Middle Ages, ed. J. J. Gracia and T. B. Noone, Blackwell, Oxford 2005, pp. 338-339.

C. Schabel, “Carmelite Quodlibeta” in Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages. The Fourteenth Century, ed. C. Schabel, Brill Leiden 2007, pp. 493-593, 540-541.

T. Jeschke, Deus ut tentus vel visus. Die Debatte um die Seligkeit im reflexiven Akt (ca. 1293 – 1320), Brill Leiden 2010, pp. 591–611.

C. Schabel, ' Parisian Secular Masters on Divine Foreknowledge and Future Contingents in the Early Fourteenth Century, Part I, John of Pouilly's Quaestio Ordinaria I‘, in Recherches de Theologie et Philosophie Medievale 78/1 (2011), pp. 161-219.

    According with Schabel 2011, p. 434 : if we are correct about the nature of the two redactions of Baconthorpe’s commentary  on the Sentences (see below), in his Parisian Reportatio the Carmelite more or less incorporated Wylton’s question verbatim, although much rearranged to fit the organization of a Sentences commentary, in which foreknowledge and predestination are usually dealt with separately. Yet a few years later, revising his Reportatio, Baconthorpe either changed his mind or began paying attention — which would suggest that medieval university lectures could be as thoughtlessly derivative as modern ones sometimes are.

R. L. Friedman, Intellectual Traditions at the Medieval University: The Use of Philosophical Psychology in Trinitarian Theology among Franciscans and Dominicans 1250-1350,  Brill Leiden 2012, pp. 768-777.

S. Nolan, O.Carm., “John Baconthorpe on Soul, Body and Extension”, Maynooth Philosophical Papers, 7 (2013) pp. 33-45.

G. Moule, Corporate Jurisdiction, Academic Heresy and Fraternal Correction at the University of Paris, 1200- 1400, Brill Leiden 2016, pp. 312-319.

M. Brinzei, C. Schabel, 'Les cisterciens et l’université Le cas du commentaire des Sentences de Conrad d’Ebrach (+1399)', in Les cisterciens et leurs bibliothèques, ed. Anne-Marie Turcan, Turnhout, Brepols, 2018, pp. 453-486 .

M. Brinzei, C. Schabel, « Thomas Aquinas as Authority and the Summa as Auctoritas in the Late Middle Ages », in Summistae. The commentary Tradition on Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologie (15th-18th Century), ed. Lidia Lanza and Marco Toste, Leuven University Press 2021, pp. 95-125.



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23 November, 2016: Alexandra Anisie, Mădălina-Gabriela Pantea: The electronic edition of Johannes de Baconthorpe's Sentences commentary, held at the Third Annual THESIS meeting for Reading Medieval Manuscripts, Coral Bay, Cyprus, 20-25 November, 2016.