Sebonde (or De Sabunde), Raimond
Sebonde (Or De Sabunde), Raimond, a Spanish philosopher, was born at Barcelona during the 14th century; but his life is little known. He practiced medicine at Toulouse in 1430, and his death is placed in 1432. He wrote, besides several MS. works, Theologia Natura. As (Deventer, 1487, fol. and later), in which he sets forth the doctrine of Aquinas after the manner of Raimond Lully. The work was translated by Montaigne (Paris, 1569, 8vo). Of Sebonde's other essays, the principal is entitled De Natura Hominis (Cologne, 1501, 4to), an abridgment of the Theolohtia Naturalis. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.