Campion, Hyacinth

Campion, Hyacinth, a Hungarian philosopher and theologian of the order of the Franciscans, was born at Buda in 1725. He was at first professor of philosophy and theology, and finally became provincial of Sclavonia. He died at Eszek, Aug. 7, 1767. His extant writings are, Anzimadversiones Phsico-historico morales, de Baptismmo, etc. (Buda, 1761): — Vindicatce pro suo Ordine, etc. (ibid. 1766): — Vindicice denuo Vindicatce, etc.; (ibid. eod.). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s, v.

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