Isabel Iribarren traces the medieval controversy between the Dominican order and its most notorious member, Durandus of St Pourcain ( c.1275-1336), as he openly challenged the order's promotion of Thomas Aquinas. Through a closer look at the polemical exchange, she reveals how the Dominican intellectual tradition was in fact constructed on the achievements of the rival mendicant order, the Franciscans.

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