Matthew Ferchi

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Matija Ferkić or Matija Frkić[1] (Italian: Matteo Ferchi), English: Matthew Ferchi (Ferkich), (1583–1669) was a Croatian-born Italian Franciscan scholastic philosopher.

He was from the island of Krk (Italian: Veglia). He was a Scotist, and wrote a Vita et apologia Scoti, a life of Duns Scotus.[2] He taught at the University of Padua for 35 years,[3] from 1629.

He published the works of Philip Faber.[4][5]

Works

  • Istri seu Danubii ortus (1632)
  • De caelesti substantia
  • De Personis producentibus Spiritum Sanctum
  • Defensio Vestigationum Peripateticum
  • Epitome theologicum
  • Vita et apologia Scoti

Notes

  1. Matteo, Mateo, Matthaeus Frce, Ferkic, Ferchius, Ferchie, Ferchio, Ferchi; Mateo da Veglia, Veglensis.
  2. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Scotism and Scotists
  3. http://www.seraphicum.org/2005/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=29&Itemid=99999999, in Italian.
  4. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Philip Faber
  5. Online PDF, Online PDF

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