a prominent professor of theology at the University of Paris who died at an early age. Born in the diocese of Sens, he studied Arts at the Coll├Ęge de Montaigu of the University of Paris. He served as Rector of the University in 1507. Almain wrote in several academic genres. His earliest works were concerned with logic and the Physics of Aristotle. His Moralia became a standard textbook of moral theology, presenting ethical issues in a dry Scholastic style. He also wrote texts discussing portions of the Sentences of Peter Lombard. One text was concerned with the opinions of the medieval Dominican theologian Robert Holcot.
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