Amico, Bartolommeo

Amico, Bartolommeo a Jesuit, was born at Anzo, in Naples, in 1562. In 1581 he joined the Society of the Jesuits, lectured on theology and philosophy at Naples, and died Sept. 7, 1649. He wrote, In Universam Aristotelis Philosophiam Note et Disputationes, quibus Illustrium Scholarum Averrois, D. Thomce, Scoti et Nominalium Sententice Expenduntur (Naples, 1623-48, 8 vols. fol.): — De Aliquibus Principiis Communibus Philosophis et Theologis (1638-44): — Regole della Coscienza Scrupulosa (1648). See Bauer, in Wetzer u. Welte's Kirchen-Lexikon, s.v. (B. P.)

 
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