Frassen Claude

Frassen Claude, Franciscan monk, was born in Picardy in 1620. He was doctor of the Sorbonne, theological professor at Paris, and superior of the Franciscan convent there. He wrote Dissertationes Biblicca (Paris, 1682, 2 volumes 4to): — Cours de Philosophie (Paris, 1668, 2 volumes, 4to): — Cours de Theologi (Paris, 1672, 4 volumes, fol.); reprinted, with additions by the author, in Latin, as Scotus Academicus seu universa doctoras subtilis theologica dogmata (Venice, 12 volumes, 4to). He died in Paris, February 26, 1711.

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