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Arcus triumphalis in ducali domus Oginscianae porta penes solemnem ingressum ad curiam oszmianensem illustrissimo et excellentissimo domino D. Thaddaeo Oginski M. M. D. Lit: Notario Oszmianensi cum jurisdictione, Babylicensi, przewalscensi, Woygovensi, et VUB Dogiel Mathias Dominicus Studies: graduated from Szczuczyn piarists school. Studied in the universities of Paris and Leipzig. Professional activity: taught at Szczuczyn piarists school, joined the piarists order in 1730; rector of the piarists collegium since 1747. During 1758-1764 published a collection of documents (three volumes) "Codex diplomaticus Regni Poloniae et Magni Ducatus Lituaniae" (the copy of the 2nd volume is currently kept in Warsaw). 1740
Ars artium dialectica. Ad mentem doctoris subtilis elaborata atque avidae scientiarum seraphicae iuventuti in conventu Caunensi ordinis monorum observantium tradita anno Domini 1741 VUB Anonymus 1741
Assertiones ex philosophia logica nimirum physica et metaphysica a religiosis ordinis excalceat SSS. Trinitatis de redemptione captivorum in Collegio Antecollensi ad Vilnam propugnatae. anno vulgaris aėrae 1756 mense maio die 31 VUB Anonymus 1756
Balthasaris Crosnievicii Lituani, Doctoris in octo libros politicos Aristotelis introductio. Peripateticis et Rameis studiosis profutura. See the upper cell See the upper cell 1603
Bellum civile absque civium discordia post oleam Tullianae pacis philosophicis libellis instauratum in prima fronte forti logicialium rationum et argentorum acie munitum ac in triumphum thomisticae scholae productum. Per admodum reverendum patrem Ludovicu VUB Hryncewicz Ludovicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and philosopher. During 1747-1749 taught philosophy in Vilnius dominican school. 1747
Cathechisme critique, moral et politique. A l'usuge des jeunes seigneurs polonois, qui apprennent la langue francoise par mr. L'able Pierre Gatey Ci-devant jesuite. VUB Gatey Pierre Francois (Gatey Petrus) Studies: studied mathematics in France, graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university in 1766, also from the Faculty of Theology in 1770. Professional activity: taught mathematics, philosophy and french language at Vilnius noble academy of jesuits. Since 1772 worked in the astronomy observatory of Vilnius university. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1770), also doctor of canonical law (1773). 1774
Commentaria in duos libros Aristotelis De generatione of corruptione. Item commentaria in IV libros Aristotelis meteororum. Item commentaria in 3 libros Aristotelis de anima. Item commentaria in libris Aristotelis Metaphysicorum hoc opere continentur. Scr BJK (Biblioteka Jagiellonska w Krakowie) Gurskius/ Gorski/ Gos/ Gosius Ioannes Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university in 1599, in 1605 - from the Faculty of Theology. Entered the jesuit order in 1593. Professional activity: professorship of philosophy in the Pultusk jesuit collegium during 1609-1612, during 1611-1612 was a professor of philosophy for the students of Vilnius university in Pultusk. Later was a minister of church in Plock, Warsaw. Published some treatises against arianism. 1612
Commentarium in octo libros Aristotelis De physca auscultationem item in quattuor libris Aristotelis de coelo et eius partibus. Sub reverendo patre Joannem Gos professore philosophiae in collegio Poltoviensi scriptum per me Joannem Swiderski euisdem scien BJK (Biblioteka Jagiellonska w Krakowie) Gurskius/ Gorski/ Gos/ Gosius Ioannes Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university in 1599, in 1605 - from the Faculty of Theology. Entered the jesuit order in 1593. Professional activity: professorship of philosophy in the Pultusk jesuit collegium during 1609-1612, during 1611-1612 was a professor of philosophy for the students of Vilnius university in Pultusk. Later was a minister of church in Plock, Warsaw. Published some treatises against arianism. 1611
Compendium Philosophiae Universae VUB Anonymus
Compendium totius logicae BJK (Biblioteka Jagiellonska w Krakowie) Gurskius/ Gorski/ Gos/ Gosius Ioannes Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university in 1599, in 1605 - from the Faculty of Theology. Entered the jesuit order in 1593. Professional activity: professorship of philosophy in the Pultusk jesuit collegium during 1609-1612, during 1611-1612 was a professor of philosophy for the students of Vilnius university in Pultusk. Later was a minister of church in Plock, Warsaw. Published some treatises against arianism. 1609
Conclusiones ex universa logica. Disputabantur in alma academia et universitate Vilnensi societatis Iesu a religiosis eiusdem societatis, anno Domini 1701 mense octobri. VUB Eynarowicz Christophorus Franciscus -"- 1701
Conclusiones ex universa philosophia menti S. Thomae Aquinatis conformes. Quas sub coelestibus auspiciis et gratiis divinissimorum suorum professorum S. Alberti magni c. ratisbonensis episcopi philosophorum (A) principis magistri eiusque discipulorum S. T VUB Anonymus 1741
Conclusiones ex universa philosophia. Defendentur in alma universitate Vilnensi societatis Jesu a religiosis eiusdem societatis praeside reverendo patre Christophoro Eynarowicz Societatis Iesu, artium liberalium et philosophiae doctore, ordinario metaphys VUB Eynarowicz Christophorus Franciscus -"- 1703
Conclusiones ex universa philosophia. Sub auspiciis perillustris magnifici domini D. Georgii Laurentii in Zemloslaw Zemlla subdapiferi Osmianensis notarii thesauri M. D. L. Capitanei Dziewieniscensis etc. Defensae ab erudito ac generoso domino Georgio Gry VUB Grynkiewicz Georgius Studies: graduate of the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university. Professional activity: unknown. 1688
Confessio fidei Abrahamae Culvensis, scripta ad serenissimam reginam Poloniae etc. // Urkundenbuch zur Reformationsgeshichte des Herzogthums Preussen. Herausgegeben von Paul Tschackert. Bd. 3 Urkunden, 2 Theil, 1542 bis 1549. Leipzig, 1890. First edition: Culvensis, Abrahamus, or Kulwa, or Kulwiec, or Abraham aus Kulwa, or Kulwiskis (lt - Kulvietis, Abraomas) -Studies: universities of Krakow, Leuven (?), Wittenberg, Leipzig, Siena, Wittenberg (1528-1537). PhD in Law (University of Siena). PhD in Theology (Wittenberg University). Attended lectures of M. Luther and Ph. Melanchthon in Wittenberg university. -Professional activity: one of the beginners of Lithuanian writings, the outstanding promoter of ideas of Reformation and humanism as well as educator. The active participant in theological disputes on behalf of Lutheranism. The founder of the first higher school (schola particularis) in Vilnius and Lithuania (1539 - 1542). Having been persecuted for propagation of Lutheranism, left to Prussia and became the advisor of herzog Albrecht (1542). The head of Konigsberg particular school (1542-1544), the first professor of Greek and Hebrew languages in Konigsberg University (1544-1545). Y29 1543
Corpus philosophici exercitus acutissimis de ente mobili quaestionibus monitum ac ad mentem invictissimi doctoris angelici divi Thomae Aquinatis ordinatum. Per admodum reverendum patrem sacrae theologiae lectorem professorem fratrem L. Hryncewicz, anno Do VUB Hryncewicz Ludovicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and philosopher. During 1747-1749 taught philosophy in Vilnius dominican school. 1748
Cursus philosophicus ad mentem divi Thomae angelici doctoris scriptus per fratrem Vincentium Puchalski in conventu Vilnensi S. Spiritus ordinis praedicatorum. Anno Domini 1715 mense octobris die secunda. 152 f. VUB Anonymus
Cursus philosophicus iuxta inconcussam divi Thomae Aquinatis angelici praeceptoris doctrinam. Anno Domini 1688 die 18 septembris in studio generali Vilnensi Sancti Spiritus ordinis praedicatorum inchoatus. VUB Anonymus 1688
Cursus philosophicus juxta mentem divi Thomae Aquinatis angelici praeceptoris. Traditus per admodum reverendum patrem fratrem Ludovicum Jesman sacrae theologiae actualem lectorem ordinis praedicatorum. Scriptus vero per me fratrem Michaelem Stankiewicz ac VUB Jesman Ludovicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican philosopher, professor. Taught philosophy at Vilnius dominican school during 1683-1684 and in 1690. Adherent of scholastic philosophy, thomist. 1683
Dialectica seu compendiosa in logicam introductio. Anno a restauratione mundi 1699 die 3 septembris, 366-405. Conclusiones philosophicae in ordine ad examen expositae, 406. MAB Choynowski Paulus Studies: studied philosophy in Warsaw jesuit collegium, 1695 graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius university. Professional activity: professorship in various jesuit collegia in Nyasvizh, Grodno, Plock, Pultusk, was a professor of philosophy in Vilnius university during 1699-1702, also of theology and canonical law during 1704-1722. 1699
Disputationes philosophicae in octo libros Aristotelis de physico auditu anno 1668. Divided into parts: Prooemium, 2-3. De principiis corporis naturalis, 3-195. De mundo et caelo, 195-215. Disputationes in duos libros De generatione et corruptione, 215-29 VUB Grabowski Adamus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: taught poetics and rhetorics in the jesuit collegia in Plock, Pultusk, Braunsberg, also philosophy in Vilnius university during 1667-1670. Master of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1667). 1668
Elementa logicae in adolescentium usum ex probatis auctoribus breviter adornata a fratre Casimiro Kamienski. Pro lyceo crosensi anno 1789. VUB Kamienski Casimirus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: franciscan philosopher. Taught logic in Kražiai collegium in 1789. 1789
Elementa totius philosophiae et reliquarum scientiarum. Divided into parts: Dialectica. Tradita Vilnae in Academia S. J. anno 1695, 1-52. Philosophia rationalis seu disputationes in universam Aristotelis logicam, 55-202. Disputationes in universam Aristot VUB Brictius/ Briccius Ioannes Studies: graduated from the Faculty of philosophy of Vilnius university in 1683. Professional activity: professorship in various Jesuit schools (poetics, rhetorics, philosophy), Vilnius university (philosophy, theology). Published some treatises of religious content. Was interested in the modern scientific achievements, tried to combine them with scholastic thinking (which he was an adherent of). 1695-98
Exercitationes philosophiae digressionibus neotericis illustratae ad faciliorem veterum et recentiorum philosophorum lectionem juxta mentem divi Thomae Aquinatis Angelici et quinti Ecclesiae doctoris. Per adomodum reverendum patrem Nicolaum Bykowski ordin VUB Bykowski Nicolaus Studies: during 1768-72 studied theology in the Vilnius Dominical Schoool. Professional activity: worked as a professor of philosophy at the same school during 1777-79. 1777
Festum ecce primae classis, imaginibus principum regumque Poloniae solennissimum et serenissimum: impensis munificentissimis perillustris, magnifici D. Domini Martiani Josephi Dambrowski, succamerarii Wilkomiriensis, lagati ad comitia regni, mecoenatis am MAB Kostromski, Antonius - Studies: Vilnius University (master degree in liberal arts and philosophy, 1719). 1719 Carolus Bartold: - Philosophia, Vilnius, 1716-1719, VUB, F3-1239.
Filozof bez reliij uwazany w towarzystwie przez wielmoznego jmci ksiedza X. B. P. K. W. P. W. T. S. G. W. X. L. S. T. w Wilnie. W Drukarni Krolwskiey przy Akademii. Roku 1786. Tom drugi w Wilnie w Drukarni Krolewskiey przy akademii. Roku 1786. Bohusz Franciszek Ksawery Michal Studies: studied in Vilnius Jesuit School, Vilnius academy and Rome. Professional activity: was a secretary and advisor of A. Tysenhaus (1773-80), the head of Lithuanian civil tribunal (1780-82), participated in political movements. Lived in Warsaw since 1804 until his death. Has done an extensive scholarly study on Lithuanian language and culture. Published his notes prepared while traveling across Europe. 1786
Florianus Crusius Johanni Keplero. In the end of the letter: Dabam Argentinae <...> Calend. Maj. MDCVII // Epistolae ad Joannem Kepplerum Mathematicum Caesareum scriptae; Insertis Ad Easdem Responsionibus Kepplerinis. Anno Aerae Dionysiannae MDCCXIIX (171 MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1617 (date of printed edition - 1718)
Florianus Crusius Johanni Keplero. In the end of the letter: Dabam Argentinae XXXI. Jan. Stil. Veter. Anno Ineunte MDCVIII // Epistolae ad Joannem Kepplerum Mathematicum Caesareum scriptae.… (further- see the upper case). MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1618 (date of printed edition - 1718)
Florianus Crusius Johanni Keplero. In the end of the letter: Dabam Rastenbergae Die XIII. Januarii MDCXIX. // Epistolae ad Joannem Kepplerum Mathematicum Caesareum scriptae… (further- see the upper case). MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1619 (date of printed edition - 1718)
Florianus Crusius Johanni Keplero. In the end of the letter: Dabam Rastenbergae Die XIII. Octobris MDCXIX. // Epistolae ad Joannem Kepplerum Mathematicum Caesareum scriptae… (further- see the upper case). MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1619 (date of printed edition - 1718)
Florianus Crusius Johanni Keplero. In the end of the letter:Dabam Argentinae V. Non. Octobris An. MDCXVI // Epistolae ad Joannem Kepplerum Mathematicum Caesareum scriptae; insertis ad easdem responsionibus Kepplerianis, quotquot hactenus reperiri potuerun MAB Crusius, Florianus, or Crusius, Floryan, or Krauze, Florian, or Plungensis Lituanus - Studies: Tilsit, University of Konigsberg (classic Greek language, philosophy, medicine, 1611-1614), University of Linz (medicine, 1714), University of Strasbourg (medicine, 1615). - Professional activity: Home doctor in Rastenburg, Paris, Geneve, Strasbourg, Regensburg, Erfurt, Leipzig, Nurnberg, Szczecin, Bobowa, Danzig. Studying in Linz, made friends with Johannes Kepler, later on became the sponsor of the latter. Studying in Strasbourg, made acquaintance of Marcin Ruar, later on held correspondence with him, Kepler and Martin Messner. Comming from Lutheran family, later moved to Arianism under the influence of J. Wolzogen. Member of Arianist Synods ir Rakow (1633, 1637), one othe most famous promoters of Arianism in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. 1616 (date of printed edition - 1718)
Illustrissimo ac reverendissimo in Christo Patri et Domino d. Melchiori, Dei gratia episcopo Mednicensi duci Gedroicio etc. etc. Domino et patrono suo colendissimo. Gratia et pax a Domino Deo nostro Iesu Christo. VUB Daugsza Nicolaus/ Daugsza/ Dauksza Mikaloius One of the earliest writers in Lithuanian. Studies: unknown, perhaps studied at the university somewhere abroad. Had a humanistic education, knew several languages professionally (Polish, Latin, Belorusian, Greek). Professional activity: parson in Krakiai (1570), canon in Varniai (1572), rector of Betygala parish (since 1952). Translated several important treatises to Lithuanian language, one of the first attempted to use Lithuanian as a literary language. Opposed reformation, encouraged patriotism and religious tolerance. 1599
In octo libros Physicorum Aristotelis Stagiritae in via aeterni Ioannis Duns Scoti Ordinis minorum doctoris subtilissimi breves disputationes per reverendum patrem fratrem Andream Grącki ordinis minorum de observantia philosophiae professores dignissimi t BJK (Biblioteka Jagiellonska w Krakowie) Grącki (Grądzki) Andreas Studies: studied philosophy in Vilnius university during 1599-1602. Professional activity: franciscan (bernardine) philosopher. In 1608 taught philosophy in Vilnius fransiscan school. 1608
In universam Aristotelis logicam commentaria una cum quaestionibus tradita per R. P. Ioannem Gossium philosophiae professorem societatis Iesu. Scripta in collegio Pultoviensi per me Ioannem Swiderski disciplulum eiusdem anno Domini 1610. Divided into part BJK (Biblioteka Jagiellonska w Krakowie) Gurskius/ Gorski/ Gos/ Gosius Ioannes Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university in 1599, in 1605 - from the Faculty of Theology. Entered the jesuit order in 1593. Professional activity: professorship of philosophy in the Pultusk jesuit collegium during 1609-1612, during 1611-1612 was a professor of philosophy for the students of Vilnius university in Pultusk. Later was a minister of church in Plock, Warsaw. Published some treatises against arianism. 1610
Institutiones iuventutis in vera solidaq; erga Deum pietate, in compta graviq; morum civilitate, et humaniorum literarum facultate, concinnatae a R. P. Joanne Drews soc. Iesu S. T. D. quarum pars prima etiam provectiori aetati perutili servit obsequio. Di VUB Drews Ioannes -"- 1704
Institutiones logicae seu brevis tractatus de cultura ingenii. Auctore Joanne Benislawski professore publico et ordinario geometriae sublimioris opticae et physicae generalis in academia et universitate vilnensi. Vilnae, anno Domini 1774. MAB Benislawski Ioannes Studies: in 1762 graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius University, also studied mathematics (1762-63) there; in 1769 graduated from the Noble Collegium of Vilnius Jesuits (department of theology). Professional activity: jesuit philosopher, minister of church, professor of philosophy, logic, mathematics and physics at Vilnius university. Published some treatises of religious content. 1774
Institutiones metaphysices conscriptae sub dignissimo professore reverendo Patre Petro Laschi Societatis Iesu Anno Domini 1766 in Alma Academia et Universitate Vilnensi. VUB Laski, Petrus, or Laschi, or Laszki -Studies: Vilnius University (theology, graduated in 1760; PhD in liberal sciences and philosophy, 1765; PhD in canon law, 1773). - Professional activity: professorship in Kražiai, Mituva, Žodiškės, Braniewo and Slonim (poetics, rhetoric, philosophy and theology) ; professorship in Vilnius University (philosophy, 1765-1768). The member of Jesuit Order. 1766
Institutiones philosophiae conscriptae ac traditae iuventuti Augustinensium in conventu Vilnensi per R. P. Martinianum Birukiewicz Augustianum ejusque philosophiae professorem anno Domini 1800 Vilnae. VUB Birukiewicz Martinianus Professional activity: professorship in Vilnius Augustinian school (philosophy, in 1800) 1800
Institutiones philosophiae moralis. VUB Hintz Valentinus Studies: in 1759 graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius university, in 1765 - from the Faculty of Theology. Taught poetics, rhetorics, Greek language in Braunsberg and Vilnius university. During 1766-1767 taught ethics at Vilnius university, during 1770-1773 - philosophy. During 1767-1770 taught philosophy in Kražiai. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1766), also doctor of theology (1773). 1767
Introductio in logicam Aristotelis seu dialectica. Tradita anno Domini 1707 septembris 2, 1-95. Logica Aristotelis sive philosophia rationalis in Alma Academia et Universitate Vilnensi anno Domini 1707 mense octobris die 17 explanata, 1-369. MAB Arciechowski Antonius -Studies: 1703 graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius University; - Professional activity: professorship at Vilnius university (rhetorics, philosophy and poetics) and Jesuit Collegia at Pinsk and Polock (rhetorics) 1707-08 To be checked
Introductio in logicam Aristotelis seu dialectica. Tradita anno Domini 1707 septembris 2, 1-95. Logica Aristotelis sive philosophia rationalis in Alma Academia et Universitate Vilnensi anno Domini 1707 mense octobris die 17 explanata, 1-369. MAB Arciechowski Antonius -Studies: 1703 graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius University; - Professional activity: professorship at Vilnius university (rhetorics, philosophy and poetics) and Jesuit Collegia at Pinsk and Polotsk (rhetorics) 1707-08 To be checked
Ioannes Lascius Polonus, Generoso Domino Andreae Volano in Biutiski gente Polono, Secretario regio longe doctissimo // Andreae Volani Libri Quinque. Contra Scargae Iesuitae Vilnensis Septem, Missae Sacrificiique Eius Columnas; et Librum 12. artium Zvingli MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1584 Iohan: Lasicii Poloni, Pro Volano et puriore religione, defensoribusque eius, adversum Antonium Possevinum Socium Iesu, Scriptum Apologeticum, 1584.
Ioannis Lasicii, De initio regiminis Stephani Regis fortissimi // Michalonis Lituani, De moribus Tartarorum... (further- see the upper case). MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1581 (date of printed edition- 1615)
Iohan: Lasicii Poloni, Pro Volano et puriore religione, defensoribusque eius, adversum Antonium Possevinum Socium Iesu, Scriptum Apologeticum // Andreae Volani Libri Quinque… (further- see the upper case). MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1584 Ioannes Lascius Polonus, Generoso Domino Andreae Volano in Biutiski gente Polono, Secretario regio longe doctissimo // Andreae Volani Libri Quinque.
Iohan. Lasicii Poloni, De diis Samagitarum, caeterorumque Sarmatarum , et falsorum Christianorum , Item de religione Armeniorum. Et de initio regiminis Stephani Batorii // Michalinis Lituani, De moribus Tartarorum , Lituanorum et Moschorum, Fragmina X. mu MAB Lasicius, Iohannes, or Lasitius, or Lasiczki, or Lasicki, Jan -Studies: Primarily (T36most likely), Vilnius University or University of Poznan. Later on, variuos particular schools and universities of Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, England, Czechia and Belgium. -Professional activity: historian, publicist, religious polemist, public figure. While travelling Europe, established relationships with famous scholars, representatives of Reformation and cultural figures of that time. Having been invited to GDL for teaching children of GDL's treasurer J.Hlebowicz, settled in Vilnius with short stays at Zaslaw. One of the most famous promoters of Calvinism in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, having participated in numerous disputes with antitrinitarians, uniates and jesuits. The supporter of Calvinist unification with Bohemian brothers, the propagatot of religious, social and political views of the latter. 1615
Johannis Lasitii Nobilis Poloni, De ecclesiastica disciplina, moribusque et institutis, Fratrum Bohemicorum mamorabilia continens. Cum admonitionibus ad reliquias istius ecclesiae, et alios, John. A. Comenni. Amstelaedami, apud Joannem Ravesteinium Civit VUB See the upper cell See the upper cell About 1581-1599 (First printed edotion - 1649) First edition: Historiae de Origine et Rebus gestis Fratrum Bohemicorum, Liber Octavus, qui est de Moribus et Institutis eorum. Ob praesentem rerum statum seorsim editus. Adduntur tamen reliquorum VII Librorum Argumenta et particularia quaedam Excerpta. Atq; in gratiam Fratrum Polonorum de prima Ecclesiarum Fratrum in Polonia origine succinta narratio.Lesnae. Anno M. DC. XL. IX.(1649).
Lidius seu lapis philosophicus <...> Per cursu biennali consumando in Chodkiewiciano collegio crosensi Soc. Iesu anno 1742 in annum 1743. Divided into parts: Introductio in logical seu dialectica instructio, 1-68. Logica seu philosophia rationalis, 69-228 VUB Dziewulski Jacobus Studies: in 1738 graduated from the Theology faculty of Vilnius university. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Professorship in Kražiai (1742 - 1744, philosophy). Published some treatises of religious content. 1742-1743
Logica VUB Kretzmer, Martinus - Studies: Vilnius Jesuit seminary, unknown foreign university, Vilnius University (master of philosophy 1671; doctor of theology 1677; doctor of canon law 1688). - Professional activity: professorship in Koenigsberg Jezuit mission, Jesuit colleges in Wroclaw, Moravia and Opava (poetics and rhetoric), Braniewo Jesuit College and Vilnius University (philosophy, theology), Warsaw Jesuit College (theology). Vice-chancellor of Vilnius University (1688-1689), later - theologinan of Diocese of Warmia. The famous church music composer. 1670-1671 F3-2185: the identical manuscript written by the another students of prof. Kretzmer.
Logica VUB Kruger, Sigismundus - Studies: Vilnus University (PhD in liberal arts and philosophy, 1701). - Professional activity: Professorship in Pinsk, Łomża, Płock, Warsaw, Nieśwież, Pułtusk Jesuit colleges (poetics, rhetoric, philosophy and theology), Vilnius University (philosophy, 1701-1704).One of the most prominent representatives of scholastic logic in Lithuania. 1701-1702
Logica VUB Krupski, Adamus - Studies: Vilnius Jesuit College (poetics, rhetoric, 1723-1725), Polotsk Jesuit College (philosophy, graduated in 1730), Vilnius University theology, graduated in 1735). - Professional acitivity: professorship in Kražiai Jesuit College (philosophy, 1641-1642). 1740-1741 Krupski, Adamus: - Philosophia, Kražiai, 1741-1742, VUB F3-1229/II.
Logica. Divided into parts : Porta populi philosophici. Dialectica. Auditoribus philosophiae in Alma universitate Vilnensi Societatis Jesu ad cursum Stagyriticum patefacta. Anno a reservata porta salutis MDCXCVII pridie nonas septembris, 3-55. Philosophia VUB Kmicic Adamus Studies: in 1686 graduated from the faculty of philosophy of Vilnius university, also completed the studies of theology in Rome. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Taught philosophy in Warsaw. Taught philosophy at Vilnius university during 1697-1700, theology during 1700-1702. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1696). 1697-1698
Logica. Divided into parts: Dialectica. In Collegio Academiae Vilnensis Societatis Jesu sub calamum data anno 1749, 1-47. Tractatus logicus in Organum Aristotelis sive philosophia rationalis, 50-151. VUB Jezierski Carolus Studies: in 1734 graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university. Professional activity: taught poetics and rhetorics in Warsaw, Nesvizh, Grodno, Pultusk. Taught theology at Vilnius university in 1746, was also the secretary of the university. Taught metaphysics and ethics at Vilnius university during 1748-49, later - theology and canonical law. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1746), doctor of theology (1760). 1749-1750
Logica. Divided into parts: Manuducente Gusmana stella comite Aquinatica sole Thomisticum cursorem procedentem in veritatis inquisitione ad amoenum scientiarum paradisum deducens nempe dialectica. Ad scholasticum calamum Thomisticis Neophilosophis tradita VUB Kalinowski Hilarius Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican philosopher, professor. During 1778-1780 taught philosophy at Vilnius dominican school. 1778-1779
Logica. Divided into parts: Manuductio ad logicam caeterasque scientias in tres tractatus tribus mentis operationibus respondentes divisa. In Regio Battoreaneo Collegio Societatis Iesu anno 1688, 1-102. Hormatrix et index scientiarum sive philosophia rati VUB Karwowski Michael Studies: in 1679 graduated from the faculty of philosoph of Vilnius university, in 1684 - from the faculty of theology. Professional activity: jesuit philosopher. Taught poetics and rhetorics in Warsaw and Polock. During 1685-1686 taught rhetorics at Vilnius university, during 1687-1688 and 1694-1696 - ethics. Taught philosophy in Polock during 1688-1691. Master of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1687). 1688-1689
Logica. Divided into parts: Prodromus scientiarum. Discursus dialecticus in philosophicas difficultis vias comite academico expeditus equite anno 1722 die 2 septembris, 2-49. Logica seu rationalis philosophia, 49-163. VUB Illinicz Joannes Studies: in 1705 graduated from the faculty of philosophy of Vilnius university, in 1713 - from the faculty of theology. Professional activity: jesuit philosopher. Taught philosophy, poetics and rhetorics in the collegia in Minsk and Pultusk. Was the rector of the collegia of Orsha, Vitebsk, Navahrudak. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1722). Was a proponent of scholastic philosophy, defended scholasticism against the modern science. 1722-1723
Logica. Divided into parts: Tractatus dialecticus, 1-45. Disputationes logicae in Organum Aristotelis, 46-183. VUB Czyrski Alexander Studies: unknown. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Professorship in various jesuit schools in Kaunas, Kražiai, Regensburg, Vilnius (poetics, rethorics, logics, theology), also Vilnius university (during 1668-1671 taught philosophy, later - theology). Magister of the liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1677). One of the most prominent logicians in Lithuania at that period. 1668-1669
Logica. Two parts: 1) In universam Aristotelis philosophiam prooemium, 1-42; 2) Logica (42-458: 2.1)Disputatio de decundo actu intellectus, 302-338; 2.2) Disputatio de scientia, 339-458. VUB Bartilius Laurentius Studies: during 1591-93 studied philosophy in the Jesuit collegium of Braunsberg, in 1601 graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius university. Professional activity: prominent philosopher, jesuit theologian, professor at Vilnius university and Nyasvizh (theology), published some religous treatises. 1605-06 To be checked
Logika czyli pierwsze zasady sztuki myślenia, dzieło elementarne niegdyś przez Stefana Bonnot de Condillac opata de Mureau, Akademii Francuzkiej , Berlińskiej, Parmeńskiej Lugduńskiej członka na żądanie bywszej Komisji Edukacyjnej Narodowej dla szkół pub MAB Condillac, Etienne Bonnot de - Professional activity: One of the most prominent philosophers of French Enlightement. Representative of sensualism, materialism and deism. A tutor of the Duke of Parma - the grandson of Louis XVI of France. Abbot of Mureau. A contributor to Diderot's "Encyclopedia". The member of French Academy of Sciences (since 1768) as well as Academies of Sciences of Berlin, Parma and Lyon. At request of the Commission for National Education of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania wrote a manual on logic for the schools of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth ("La logique ou les premiers developpements de l'art a penser", Paris, 1780; awarded by Gold medal of the above mentioned Comission). It was translated to Polish by professor of Vilnius University Jan Znoska and issued in Vilnius in 1802. 1802 (reissued in 1808, 1819) To be checked
Logika. Divided into parts: Antemurale scientiarum dialectica. In Alma Academia Vilnensi Societatis Iesu neophilosophis ad tutelam errectum anno Domini 1739, 2-49. Logica sive rationalis philosophia sive Organum Aristotelis, 50-146. VUB Izdebski Ignatius Studies: In 1726 completed philosophy studies in the Polock jesuit collegium. Professional activity: jesuit philosopher. Taught poetics, rhetorics and philosophy in various jesuit collegia. During 1739-1742 was a professor of philosophy at Vilnius university. During 1749-1760 was the head of jesuit residence in Ilūkstė. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1739). Proponent of scholastic philosophy. Opposed to thomistic views to logic and was an adherent of nominalism-conceptualism. 1739
Materia tentaminis publici ex universa philosophia. Subeundi a pellustr. magnifico domino Joanne Konarski filio praefecti przeroslensis vexillifero sacrae regiae majestatis, convictore collegii nobilium vilnensis Societatis Jesu. Anno 1769 mense maio. VUB Konarski, Joannes - Biographical data: Son of prefect of Przerosl. -Studies: graduate of Vilnius Jesuit College of Nobles. 1769 To be checked
Mundus philosophicus illustrissimo ac reverendissimo Domino, D. Abrahamo Woyna Dei, et apostolicae sedis gratia episcopo Vilnensi, cancellario Almae Academiae Vilnensis S. I. Domino ac patrono suo colendissimo summae observantiae ergo dedicatus et defensu VUB Borzecki Andreas Venceslaus Studies: graduated from Vilnius university. Professional activity: unknown. Published his theses prepared to obtain the master's of liberal arts and philosophy degree. 1643
Nauka o krasomowstwie z ksiąg M. T. Cicerona dla J. W. JMCI pana Aloizego Oginskiego Kasztelanica Witebs: Starosty wierbz: Zukow: etc. Na polski ięzyk wytlumaczona przez xiędza Jozefa Boreyko societatis Jesu nauczyciela sztuki krasomowskiey in Collegio No VUB Boreyko Jozef Professional activity: professor of rhetorics at Vilnius Noble Collegium; taught rhetorics for 10 years in various other Lithuanian collegia. Was very active politically, saw rhetorics as a means to achieve political aims. 1763
O prawdziwey sczesliwosci y blogoslawienstwie iako onego dostapic, y w nim zyc na swiecie mozemy, z pisma swietego, y innych autorow nauki barzo pociesnie a mile ludziam naboznym. Kolakowski Jacviesius, or Kulakowski Jacviezyus Stanislaw - Professional activity: Poet. Clergyman (since 1612). Calvinist(?). 1593 To be checked
Oculus ratione correctus id est demostratio ocularis cum admirandis de vacuo a peripatetico vilnensi per demostrationem rationis reiecta. Superiorum permissu. VUB Koialowicz Albertus (lt. - Vijūkas-Kojalavičius, Albertas) - Studies: Nieśwież Jesuit College (philosophy), Vinlius University (theology, graduated in 1638). - Professional activity: professorship in Kražiai Jesuit College, Vilnius University (rhetoric, philosophy, theology), Braniewo Jesuit College (theology). Vice chancellor of Vilnius University (1650-1651).Rector of Vilnius university (1653-1656). Theologian of Vilnius Diocese (1656-1666). The prefect of Warszaw Jesuit College (1666-1677). The author of famous printed book "Historia Lituana". 1648 To be checked
Okuliary na Zwierciadlo nabozenstwa chrzescianskiego w Polszcze. Poczawszy od przystania polakow na wiare chrzyscianska. Az do terazniejszego roku 1594. Przez ksiedza Marcina Tworzydla wydane. W Wilnie. Przez Chrysztofa Wilbramczyka. Roku M. D. XC. IIII VUB Laszcz, Marcin. Pseudonyms: Jan Gurski, Mikolaj Issiora, Jan Paulus, Grzegorz Piotrowski, Jan Przylepski, Piotr Skarga, Wojciech Slupski, Maciej Szalajski, Marcin Tworzydlo, Szczesny Zebrowski. -Studies: Kalisz Jesiut College; Vilnius Jesuit College (1571-1574). -Professional activity: member of Jesuit Order. Preacher of this order in Pultusk (1576-1579), Poznan (1579-1590), Vilnius (1593-1595), Krakow (1595-1601), Torun (1606-1609) and Krakow (1613-1615). The director of Pultusk Jesuit College (1576-1579), the Vice-Rector of Lublin Jesuit College (1590-1593). The active participant in polemic against various trends of protestantism, especially Arianism. The author of numerous polemic treatises, published under various pseudonyms: Jan Gurski,Marcin Tworzydlo, Szczesny Zebrowski etc. 1594
Oratio funebris de illustrissimi principis et domini Domini Iohannis Radziuili Oliciae & Nesnisi Ducis, uita & morte / scripta a VVenceslao Agrippa Lithuano. Epicedion Scriptum A Philippo Melanthone, 1553. Addita est Narratio Scripta a fide digno de Vuala VBU Agrippa Wenceslaus (Agryppa Waclaw) Studies: universities of Leipzig, Krakow, Wittenberg. Professional activity: secretary and clerk of King Sigismund Augustus, participated in military activities To be checked
Oratio funebris de illustrissimi principis et domini Domini Iohannis Radziuili Oliciae & Nesnisi Ducis, uita & morte / scripta a VVenceslao Agrippa Lithuano. Epicedion Scriptum A Philippo Melanthone, 1553. Addita est Narratio Scripta a fide digno de Vuala VBU Agrippa Wenceslaus (Agryppa Waclaw) Studies: universities of Leipzig, Krakow, Wittenberg. Professional activity: secretary and clerk of King Sigismund Augustus, participated in military activities To be checked
Organum Aristotelis seu logica. Tradita ab admodum reverendo patre Petro Kitnowski professore philosophiae. Anno Domini 1666. Divided into parts: Prooemium, 2. Tractatus I. De natura logicae, 3-35. Tractatus II. Isagoge Porphyrii seu de universalibus, 35- MAB Kitnowski Petrus Studies: in 1654 graduated from the faculty of philosophy of Vilnius university. During the war emigrated to Germany, where studied theology in the Burghausen collegium. Professional activity: after graduating taught poetics and rhetorics at Vilnius university. Taught poetics and rhetorics (in 1662), also philosophy (during 1665-1667) in Braunsberg. Taught philosophy at Vilnius university during 1671-1674, also theology (during 1674-1682), was the dean of the faculty of philosophy. Master of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1671), doctor of theology (1674). Was the rector of Vilnius university during 1684-1688. 1666
Philosophia VUB Korycki, Michael - Studies: Vilnius university (philosophy, graduated in 1736; theology, graduated in 1743). - Professional activity: Professorship at Jesuit Colleges of Warsaw, Minsk and Sluck (poetics, rhetoric) as well as at Vilnius University (philosophy, 1750-1753). Secretary, prefect for studies and library director of Vilnius university (1753-1754). The professor (1754-1773) and rector (1767-1773) of Warsaw Jesuit College. The provincial of Polish Jesuits (1770). Rector of various Minsk schools after suppression of Jesuit Order (1773-1781). 1750-1753 To be checked
Philosophia VUB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1741-1742 Krupski, Adamus: - Logica, Kražiai, 1740-1741, VUB F3-1229/I.
Philosophia VUB Lawrynowicz, Ioachimus -Professional activity: Professorship in Raseiniai Dominican School (mahematics, philosophy, 1787-1789). Member of Dominican Order. 1787-1789
Philosophia mentis et sensuum, vetus et nova selectis quaestionibus utilibus ex veterum ac recentiorum philosophorum doctrinis concinnata principiis Aristotelis, tum menti divi Thomae Aquinatis Angelici ecclesiae doctoris quinti conformes stilo methodo tr VUB Downorowicz Dominicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and professor of philosophy. In 1774 taught philosophy in Vilnius dominican school. In 1785 - provincial of Lithuanian dominicans. Published some treatises of religious content. When teaching thomistic-scholastic philosophy, tried to reconcile it with the new theories of modern philosophy. 1774
Philosophia naturalis nuncupata physica illibatim angelici praeceptoris et quinti ecclesiae doctoris divi Thomae Aquinatis doctrinam sectans ad calamum porrecta in studio generali Vilnensi sancti spiritus per reverendum patrem sacrae theologiae lectorem e VUB Jurkiewicz Damianus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and philosopher. During 1715-1716 taught philosophy at Vilnius dominican school. Provincial of Lithuanian dominican order during 1738-1741. Proponent of scholastic philosophy, thomist. 1715
Philosophia naturalis sive physica per tractatus physicos in libros Aristotelis de physico auditu academicis auditoribus in alma universitate Vilnensi proposita anno humanae naturae coniuncti hypostatice Dei 1721. Divided into parts: Prooemium. Quaestione VUB Gizbert Boguslavus Michael Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university in 1707, also from the Faculty of Theology in 1714. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Taught poetics, rhetorics, theology and philosophy in various collegia in Warsaw, Sluck, Kražiai, also at Vilnius university. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1720), doctor of theology (1725). Since 1726 - a representative of Lithuanian jesuits in Rome. Was a proponent of scholastic philosophy, tried to deny the newest ideas of modern philosophy and science. Was an adherent of medieval idealism and modalism. 1721
Philosophia naturalis, anno 1682. Divided into parts: Dissertationes in Philosophi libros Physicorum, 1-211. Discursus in quatuor Aristotelis Caelorum libros de cosmologia sive de mundo et caelo, 211-227. Discursus alius in Philosophi De ortu et interitu VUB Burba Hieronymus -''- 1682
Philosophia naturalis, seu physica. Per 4 tractatus in libros Physicorum Aristotelis disputabilis academicis auditoribus propositi. Anno Domini 1705. Divided into parts: Prooemium, 1-2. Disputatio prooemialis. De natura et obiecto physicae, 2-6. Tractatus VUB Henrichson Joannes Studies: doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1704). Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Taught poetics, rhetorics, philosophy and theology in the jesuit collegia in Braunsberg, Rosel. Taught logic and physics at Vilnius university during 1704-1706. Was a proponent of scholastic philosophy, idealist, theological determinist. There were issues considering which Henrichson disagreed with thomists. 1705
Philosophia naturalis. Pro prima philosophiae laurea a Samuele Ioanne Konarzewski metaphysices auditore in Alma Academia Vilnensis Societatis Iesu propugnata. Anno 1669, Oct. 28. MAB Konarzewsi, Samuel Ioannes - Studies: Vilnius university (philosophy, graduated in 1669) 1669 To be checked
Philosophia nauralis seu physica. Juxta inconcussam mentem D. Thomae Aquinatis angelici praeceptoris et ecclesiae doctoris in studio formali Poporcensi anno 1766 mense Septembris. Tradita ab admodum reverendo patre sacrae theologiae lectore tunc actuali p VUB Downorowicz Vincentius -"- 1766
Philosophia rationalis iuxta mentem Divi Thomae Aquinatis Angelici preaceptoris et quinti Ecclesiae Doctoris. In generali studio Conventus Vilnensis Ordini Praedicatorum S. Spiritus. Cura ad labore admodum reverendi sacrae theologiae lectoris patris fratr VUB Kowalewski, Florianus - Biographic data: Philosopher and theologician of Dominican Order. - Professional activity: Professorship at Vilnius Dominican School (philosophy, second half of XVIIth century). The second half of 17th century To be checked
Philosophia. Divided into parts: 1) Introductio in logicam seu dialectica, 1-48; 2) Rationalis philosophia seu logica, 1-141; 3) Philosophia naturalis seu physica. Disputationes in octo libros Physicorum Aristotelis, 1-146; 4) Disputatio septima. De mundo VUB Bartold Carolus Studies: studied in the Jesuit collegium of Pultusk. Professional activity: professorship in Plock, Warsaw and Vilnius university (philosophy, theology and canonical law). Rector of Vilnius university (1735-38). Provincial of Lithuanian jesuits (1738-41) 1716-19 To be checked
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Commentarius in logicam Aristotelis, 2-82. Pars secunda philosophiae. Physica. Disputationes in octo libros Physicorum, 84-250. VUB Jelenski Alexander Ignatius Studies: unknown. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Taught poetics, rhetorics and philosophy in the jesuit collegia in Warsaw, Braunsberg, Plock. Taught philosophy in Vilnius university during 1696-1699, theology since 1702. Master of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1696), doctor of theology (1702). 1696-1698
Philosophia. Divided into parts: In libros Aristotelis De ortu et interitu, 219-241. In libros Aristotelis De anima, 242-288. In libros Aristotelis De mundo et coelo, 288-291. VUB Juniewicz Michael Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university in 1729, in 1736 - from the Faculty of Theology. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Taught poetics and rhetorics in various jesuit collegia, also taught philosophy at Vilnius university during 1741-1744, later - theology. Was the rector of Pultusk collegium during 1754-1757. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1741), doctor of theology (1747). Published some treatises of religious content. 1743-1744
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Institutionum philosophicarum pars secunda nempe metaphysica, 1-220. Prolegomenon in metaphysicam, 1-2. Metaphysicae pars prima seu ontologia, 3-76. Metaphysicae pars secunda seu cosmologia, 77-98. Metaphysicae pars tertia VUB Juszkiewicz Eduardus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: bernardine theologian and philosopher. Taught philosophy at Kaunas bernardine school during 1788-1790. Was a provincial of bernardines. 1788-1789
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Introductio ad universam philosophiam, 1-2. Prolegomena dialecticae, 2-9. Logica, 10-79. Metaphysica seu rectius prima philosophia, 80-240: Metaphysicae pars prima sive ontologia, 82-165. Metaphysicae pars secunda seu pneu VUB Dzialtowski Dionysius Studies: unknown. Professional activity: in 1743 entered Trinitarian order (where he was renamed as Dionysius a S. Antonio). Professorship of philosophy in Vilnius trinitarian collegium in 1763-1765. Was well aware of the newest scientific achievements in astronomy, physics, chemistry etc. In philosophy was an adherent of Leibniz and Wolff. 1763-1765
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Introductio in universam philosophiam, 1-4. Logica, 5-75. Prolegomenon in metaphysicam, 77. Metaphysicae pars prima seu ontologia, 78-112. Metaphysicae pars secunda seu cosmologia, 113124. Metaphysicae pars quarta seu theo VUB Juszkiewicz Eduardus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: bernardine theologian and philosopher. Taught philosophy at Kaunas bernardine school during 1788-1790. Was a provincial of bernardines. 1788-1789
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Pars prima philosophia sive logica aut scientia rationalis <...> tradita ab admodum reverendo patre sacrae theologiae lectore Ludovico Kiwillowicz <...> an anno 1776 die 18 septembris ad annum 1777 in studio generali Vilne VUB Kiwillowicz Ludovicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and philosopher. During 1776-1779 taught philosophy in Vilnius dominican school. Combined scholastic views with the conceptions of modern science and philosophy. 1776-1777
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Partitio universae philosophiae, 1; Praeludium philosophiae rationalis seu logicae, 1-2; Philosophia rationalis seu logicae pars prima, 2-54, 114-119; Pars philosophiae secunda. Metaphysica, 55-113; Metaphysicae pars prima VUB Beynarowicz Marianus Professional activity: bernardine philosopher, professor of philosophy (Kaunas School of Jesuits, 1763-65) 1763-64
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Philosophia rationalis juxta inconcussam tutissimaque divi Thomae Aquinatis angelici eclessiae doctoris nostrique praeceptoris dogmata. Tradita anno 1765 septembris mihi fratri Valentino Zaborowski a reverendo patre Vincen VUB Downorowicz Vincentius Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominical theologian, philosopher and professor. During 1765-1767 taught thomistic philosophy in the dominical school in Paparčiai. During 1778-1791 - provincial of Lithuanian dominicans. Was a strict proponent of scholastic philosophy, completely ignored modern philosophical and scientific theories, which was quite uncommon in the secont part of the 18th century in Lithuania. 1765-1767
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Physica seu philosophia naturalis. Anno 1723, 1-366, 394-405: Quaestio prooemialis, 1-2. De principiis corporis naturalis in communi, 2-87. Tractatus secundus. De causis, 87-166. Tractatus tertius. De proprietatibus corpor VUB Illinicz Joannes Studies: in 1705 graduated from the faculty of philosophy of Vilnius university, in 1713 - from the faculty of theology. Professional activity: jesuit philosopher. Taught philosophy, poetics and rhetorics in the collegia in Minsk and Pultusk. Was the rector of the collegia of Orsha, Vitebsk, Navahrudak. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1722). Was a proponent of scholastic philosophy, defended scholasticism against the modern science. 1723-1725
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Praefatio ad universam philosophiam, 2-5. Disputatio prooemialis, 5-23. Logica ad mentem doctoris subtilissimi Ioannis Dunsii Scoti, 23-53. Tractatus metaphysicus. Pars prima metaphysicae seu pneumatologia, 94-102. VUB Bujalski Antonius Bonaventura Studies: graduated from the Collegium of Francis of Assisi in Italy where he obtained the doctoral degree in theology. Professional activity: professorship in Vilnius Franciscan school (philosophy, since 1755), provincial of the franciscan order (1763-66). Published some theological treatises. 1755
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Reflexio supra libros Aristotelis De anima, 1-265. Scientia scientiarum. Metaphysica Aristotelis, 267-314. Summarium Ethices Aristotelices, 315-349. Discursus amaenus de meteorologicis entibus sub sensus nostros cadentibus VUB Burba Hieronymus Studies: in 1676 graduated from the faculty of theology of Vilnius university. Professional activity: jesuit theologican and philosopher. Professor in Grodno Jesuit Collegium (poetics), Vilnius university (philosophy, theology, ethics). Rector of Kražiai Collegium (1693-97). One of the most prominent scholastic philosophers, nominalist, a harsh critic of thomism. 1683-840
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Tractatus de generatione et corruptione, 1-50. Tractatus in quatuor libros Aristotelis De meteoris, 51-65. Tractatus philosophicus in tres libros Aristotelis De anima. Dictatus 2 decembris anno Domini 1682, 66-153. Tractat VUB Drews Ioannes Studies: unknown. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Professorship in the jesuit collegia of Braunsberg, Kražiai and Vilnius university (poetics, rhetorics, philosophy, mathematics, theology). Was the head of the collegia of Braunsberg and Warsaw. During 1680-1683 taught philosophy and theology at Vilnius university. Published some treatises of historical, pedagogical and religious content. Was a radical proponent of scholastic philosophy, but made references to a lot of modern scientific and philosophical ideas and achievements (especially those that were not in confict with scholasticism). 1682-1683
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Tractatus II. De mundo et coelo et de elementis, 1-52. Tractatus III metheorologicus, 53-85. Tractatus IV. De ortu et interitu seu de generatione et corruptione, 87-137. Tractatus V animasticus, 138-201. Philosophia postna MAB Kirszten Michael Studies: unknown. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Taught philosophy in Braunsberg (during 1682-1684) and Vilnius university (during 1684-1687), later taught theology in Warsaw and Braunsberg. Obtained a master's degree of liberal arts and philosophy. Doctor of theology of Vilnius university (1699). Taught theology in Pinsk during 1704-1705. 1683-1684
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Tractatus peripateticus continents naturalem scientiam tertio philosophiae anno expediendus. Respondens libris duobos Aristotelis De ortu et interitu et libris tribus De anima, 2-107. Triennalis cursus philosophici. Metaph VUB Eynarowicz Christophorus Franciscus -"- 1702-1703
Philosophia. Divided into parts: Tractatus philosophicus quintus. De ortu et interitu seu de generatione et corruptione, 1-68. Tractatus sextus metaphysicus, 69-79. Tractatus philosophicus septimus. Complectens scientiam de anima, 80-172. VUB Jelenski Alexander Ignatius Studies: unknown. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Taught poetics, rhetorics and philosophy in the jesuit collegia in Warsaw, Braunsberg, Plock. Taught philosophy in Vilnius university during 1696-1699, theology since 1702. Master of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1696), doctor of theology (1702). 1699
Physica generalis duabus partibus comprensa nempe altera de natura corporis naturalis, proprietatibusque, tum generalibus, tum particularibus. Altera de motus corporum tam solidorum, quam fluidorum. Conscripta sub dignissimo Professore Reverendo Patre Pe VUB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1767
Physica particularis menti divi Thomae Angelici ecclesiae doctoris conformis. Tradita ab admodum reverendo patre sacrae theologiae lectore Ludovico Kiwillowicz actuali philosophiae professore. VUB Kiwillowicz Ludovicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and philosopher. During 1776-1779 taught philosophy in Vilnius dominican school. Combined scholastic views with the conceptions of modern science and philosophy. 1778
Physica sive scientia naturalis. Ad mentem divi Thomae Aquinatis angelici ecclesiaeque doctoris in principiis Aristotelis veterum et recentiorum philosophorum secundum quod consonant sensui euisdem S. Doctoris. Tradita Vilnae ab admodum reverendo patre sa VUB Kiwillowicz Ludovicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and philosopher. During 1776-1779 taught philosophy in Vilnius dominican school. Combined scholastic views with the conceptions of modern science and philosophy. 1778
Physica sive scientia naturalis. Ad mentem divi Thomae Aquinatis angelici ecclesiaeque doctoris in principiis Aristotelis veterum et recentiorum philosophorum sedita Vilnae ab admodum reverendo patre sacrae theologiae lectore Ludovico Kiwillowicz mihi pat VUB Kiwillowicz Ludovicus Studies: unknown. Professional activity: dominican theologian and philosopher. During 1776-1779 taught philosophy in Vilnius dominican school. Combined scholastic views with the conceptions of modern science and philosophy. 1777
Physica. Divided into parts: In octo libros Physicorum Aristotelis commentarii, 1-200. In libros IV De Coelo, 201-257. In IV libros Metheororum, 258-297. MAB Ginkiewicz Michael Studies: graduated from Braunsberg jesuit collegium in 1623 (philosophy studies), in 1627 - from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius university. Professional activity: taught poetics and rhetorics at Vilnius university, during 1630-1633 - philosophy in Pultusk, later - theology at Vilnius university. During 1641-1644 was the rector of the collegium of Nesvizh. Was a minister of church in Rome for seven years; later came back to Vilnius and became the rector of Vilnius university (died while in this office). Published some laudationes and treatises of religous content. 1631-1632
Physica. Divided into parts: Prooemium, 1-4. Disputatio prima. Tractatus physici de principiis corporis naturalis in communi et in specie, 4-181. Tractatus de mundo et coelo, 182-188. Disputatio secunda. De meteoris coelestibus terrestribusque aqueis in 4 VUB Karwowski Michael Studies: in 1679 graduated from the faculty of philosoph of Vilnius university, in 1684 - from the faculty of theology. Professional activity: jesuit philosopher. Taught poetics and rhetorics in Warsaw and Polock. During 1685-1686 taught rhetorics at Vilnius university, during 1687-1688 and 1694-1696 - ethics. Taught philosophy in Polock during 1688-1691. Master of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1687). 1689-1690
Placita recentiorum philosophorum. Explanata nec non phaenomenis physicis, demonstrationibus mathematicis, resolutionibus problematum, observationibus, ac experientis, adornata sub auspiciis perillustris magnifici domini Joannis Szadurski, dapiferi Livoni VUB Dobsewicz Benedictus Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius university in 1752. Professional activity: jesuit theologian and philosopher. Assistant of the professor of mathematics in Vilnius university during 1754-1756, professor of mathematics during 1756-1757. Professor of philosophy in Kražiai (1757-1758), Polock (1758-1760), Vilnius (1765-1769). Worked in the administrative sphere of various schools and universities. Seeked to combine modern ideas with the scholastic philosophy, was interested in the achievements of modern science. 1760
Pompa Casimiriana sive de labaro D. Casimiri, Casimiri regis Poloniae etc. F. Iagellonis N. M. D. Lith: Principis etc. a Leone X. Pontif: Max: in divos relati, ex urbe transmisso, et Vilnam Lithuaniae metropolim solemni pompa, ad 6. idus maij, anno M. DC. MAB Cnoglerus Quirinus/ Knogler Kwiryn Studies: studied philosophy in Vilnius academy during 1596-1597, published his theses prepared to obtain bachelor's degree in 1597. In 1606 studied at the university of Paduva. Professional activity: poet, publicist, professor of logic and rhetoric. Taught logic and rhetoric at Vilnius calvinist school in 1603. Converted from calvinism to catholicism in 1603, engaged in disputes with calvinists and other adherents of reformation. Was against the religious diversity in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, opposed voluntarism. 1604
Porta aurea scientiarum sive tractatus peripatheticus in universam Aristotelis logicam. VUB Eynarowicz Christophorus Franciscus Studies: studied philosophy in the jesuit collegium in Polock, in 1694 graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius university. Professional activity: taught poetics, rhetorics, philosophy and theology in the jesuit collegia in Grodno, Kražiai, Warsaw, Plock. During 1700-1703 was a professor of philosophy in Vilnius university. Published laudationes and verses. Proponent of scholastic philosophy; interpreted scholasticism according to the jesuit principles. Taught physics in a very abstract, speculative manner, without mentioning the newest scientific achievements. 1700-1701
Praefatio in disputationem de vocatione ministrorum evangelicorum. Habita in scholis. A. M. Quirino Coglero logices et eloquentiae in coetu evangelico Vilnensi, olim professore ordinario. MAB Cnoglerus Quirinus/ Knogler Kwiryn Studies: studied philosophy in Vilnius academy during 1596-1597, published his theses prepared to obtain bachelor's degree in 1597. In 1606 studied at the university of Paduva. Professional activity: poet, publicist, professor of logic and rhetoric. Taught logic and rhetoric at Vilnius calvinist school in 1603. Converted from calvinism to catholicism in 1603, engaged in disputes with calvinists and other adherents of reformation. Was against the religious diversity in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, opposed voluntarism. 1603
Pralectiones logicae, ex probatis veterum recentiorumq; placitis conscriptae in usum philosophiae auditorum A. P. Benedicto Dobsewicz e societate Jesu AA. LL. et philosophiae doctore ejusdemque professore. Divided into parts: Praefatio. Praeliminaria phil VUB Dobsewicz Benedictus -"- 1761
Praxis oratoria sive praecepta artis rhetoricae, quae ad componendam orationem scitu necessaria sunt, tam separatim singula, quam omnia simul exemplis expressa at ad aemulationem eloquentiae studiosis proposita. Francofurti ad Maenum, Impensis Georgii He VUB Lauxmin Sigismundus, or Lauksmin, Sigismundus (lt.- Žygimantas Liauksminas) -Studies: Jesuit College of Polotsk, Vilnius University (Master's degree in liberal arts and philosophy, 1638; PhD in theology, 1642) . - Professional activity: philosopher, theologian, theoretician of rhetoric and music. The member of Jesuit Order. Professor in Jesuit Colleges of Nieśwież and Polotsk, Vilnius university (philosophy, 1635-1638; theology, 1638-1642) and College of Braniewo (philosophy,1642-1644). Rector of Polotsk Jesuit College (1644-1649), Vice-Rector of Vilnius University (1655-1657), Rector of Kražiai Jesuit College (1661-1665), Chancellor of Vilnius University (1665-1670). The author of manuals on rhetoric, Ancient Greek Language and music as well as of some religious treatises. One of the most known Jesuit scholars of that time. 1665 (First edition - 1648) The first edition: Praxis oratoria <...>. Brunsbergae, 1648.
Propositiones ex universa philosophia quae in academia et universitate Vilnensi societatis Jesu propugnabuntur a religiosis eiusdem societatis. Praeside R. P. Valentino Hintz e societate Jesu AA. LL. et philosophiae doctore eiusdemque professore anno post VUB Hintz Valentinus Studies: in 1759 graduated from the Faculty of Theology of Vilnius university, in 1765 - from the Faculty of Theology. Taught poetics, rhetorics, Greek language in Braunsberg and Vilnius university. During 1766-1767 taught ethics at Vilnius university, during 1770-1773 - philosophy. During 1767-1770 taught philosophy in Kražiai. Doctor of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1766), also doctor of theology (1773). 1773
Propositiones ex universa philosophia sub auspiciis illustrissimi ac excellentissimi domini Stanislai Odachowski Supremi tribunalis Magni Ducatus Litvaniae Mareschalli tyvuni Dyrvianensis praefecti Botocensis et Tracensis Equitis Alexandri Neviensis etc. VUB Lachnicki, Ignatius -Studies: Vilnius University 1772 VUB IV - 23140: the identical theses of Strawinski, Hieronimus (1772) ,the other graduate of Vilnius University
Propositiones philosophicae communiori eruditorum calculo in scholis receptae quas perantiqua generis nobilitate, nobiliumque imaginum celebritate illustrissimo honorum magnitudine, gestorum gloria, atque virtutum merito reverendissimo Domino Thomae Zieko VUB Kurowski, or Bernardus a S. Francisco -Studies: College of Vilnius Trinitarian Order 1780
Propositiones philosophicae ex universa philosophia. Propugnabuntur in collegio acad. Vilnensi Societatis Jesu AA. LL. et philosophiae doctore ejusdemque actuali professore, nec non inclytae philosophicae facultatis seniore. Anno 1763 mense Maio die 7. MAB Dobsewicz Benedictus -"- 1763
Propositiones philosophicae. Defendentur a V. F. Antonio Kociell philosopho in studio generali vilnensi ad aedes Beatissimae Virginis Mariae in arenis Ordinis Minorum Conventalium. Praeside R.P.M. Hugone Rodziewicz philosophiae professore. Anno Domini 177 VUB Kociell, Antonius -Studies: Vilnius Conventual Franciscan Friars School 1779 To be checked
Propositiones philosophicas nomini et honori illustrissimi, eccellentissimi ac reverendissimi domini Alexandri Horain Episcopi Hierenensis, Suffraganei Samogitiae, praelati archidiaconi Cathedralis Vilnensis nuncupatas publice defendendas exponit facta om VUB Kuszel, Josephus -Studies: Vilnius Piarist College about 1770
Propositones philosophicas illustrissimo excellentissimo Domino Alexandro Thaddaeo de Krzetuszow Wawrzecki Mareschalco tribunalis aerarij publici M. D. L. Dapifero Braclaviensi, vice-praefecto orsanensi, vexillario loricatae cohortis regii principis fride VUB Kamienski Anselmus Studies: graduate of Vilnius piarists collegium. Professional activity: unknown; published philosophical theses. Unknown
Prospectus operis in quo eiusdem in tomos distributio. Ad praestantissimos regni Poloniae, et M. D. Lituaniae cives. [Codex diplomaticus Regni Poloniae et Magni Ducatus Lituaniae, t. 1, Vilnae, MDCCLVIII] MAB Dogiel Mathias Dominicus -"- 1758
Rationalis scientia seu universae philosophiae tractatus secundus Aristotelis logicam et aliqua ad metaphysicam spectantia quae per hic traduntur complectens. Juxta mentem angelici doctoris divi Thomae Aquinatis scriptus anno Domini 1709 die tertia aprili VUB Klatt Ioannes Studies: in 1693 graduated from the faculty of philosophy of Vilnius university, in 1700 - from the faculty of theology. Professional activity: taught poetics, rhetorics, philosophy, theology, hebrew language at the collegia in Pinsk, Kaunas, Nesvizh, Braunsberg, also at Vilnius university. During 1708-1711 taught philosophy at Vilnius university, during 1717-1719 - theology and canonical law. Master of liberal arts and philosophy of Vilnius university (1708), doctor of theology (1717). Was the rector of collegia in Kražiai and Pašiaušė (1724-1728). 1709
Recepta na plastr Czechowica ministra novokrzczenskiego, przez Szczesnego Zebrowskiego wydana.W Krakowie, w drukarni Lazarzowej, Roku Panskiego 1597. MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1597
Seifer Chizuk emuna aser chiber rabi Icchak Ben Abraham. Liber Munimen fidel autore R. Isaaco filio Abrahami. Ex. Ms. Africano. Tela ignea Satanae. Hoc est: Arcani, et horribiles Judaeorum adversus Christum Deum, et Christianam religionem Libri Anekdotoi. VUB Rabi Icchak ben Abraham/ R. Isaacus filius Abrahami/ Izaak ben Abraham z Trok/ Izaak syn Abrahama z Trok Studies: unknown. Professional activity: religious polemist, doctor, the leader of Lithuanian karaims (rabi). Was well educated in Christian and Hebraic theology, was well-read in philosophy, knew latin, polish, hebrew and other languages. Participated in numerous disputes about the relationship between catholicism and reformation. In 1585 wrote the treatise "Support to the faith" in hebrew language. Looked critically at the Holy Scripture, encouraged his audience to have their own understanding of truth, respect secular philosophy, tolerate different religious views. 1681
Summarum ethices Aristotelis VUB Korman, Ioannes - Studies: Jesuit Colleges (Italy). - Professional activity: Professorship in various Italian Jesuit Colleges (poetics), Warsaw Jesuit College (philosophy, theology) as well as at Vilnius University (philosophy, 1675-1678; theology, 1679-1686). The author of several theological treatises. 1684 To be checked
Symbola tria catholicum. Calvinianum. Lutheranum. Omnia. Ipsis eorum auctorum verbis expressa. Quirinus Cnoglerus austrius recensuit, et notis illustravit. Divided into parts: SYmboli Calviniani Periocha. Ad Synodum Ministrorum Vilnensem. Anathesis. Ad Il VUB Cnoglerus Quirinus/ Knogler Kwiryn Studies: studied philosophy in Vilnius academy during 1596-1597, published his theses prepared to obtain bachelor's degree in 1597. In 1606 studied at the university of Paduva. Professional activity: poet, publicist, professor of logic and rhetoric. Taught logic and rhetoric at Vilnius calvinist school in 1603. Converted from calvinism to catholicism in 1603, engaged in disputes with calvinists and other adherents of reformation. Was against the religious diversity in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, opposed voluntarism. 1604
Theoremata de notioribus natura et nobis: quae praeside Philippo Scherbio publice ad disputandum proposuit Balthasar Crosnievicius Lituanus, in Academia Altorphina, die 23. Mai. MDXCVII // Philippi Scherbii Theses philosophicae , In unum corpus redactae I Crosnievicius, Balthasar, or Korsnievicz, Baltazar, or Krosniewicki, Krosnowiczki, Krosnowski - Studies: Vilnius calvinist school, University of Altdorf, Heidelberg University (master of philosophy, 1600), University of Basel (PhD in theology, 1601). - Professional activity: Rector of Krilov calvinist school (1603-1607). Professor in Vilnius calvinist school (philosophy, 1607-1611). The minister of calvinists in Biržai (1612) and Vyžūnai (1623). The leader of Vilnius Calvinist Synod (1614-1617). One of the most prominent calvinist philosophers, theologians and educators in Lithuania; famous polemist with catholicism and arianism. 1597 (date of printed edition - 1603)
Theoremata philosophica de mundo et eius partibus quae in alma academia Graecensi pro gradu magisterii artium et philosophiae propugnabit. Eruditus dominus artium et philosophiae baccalaureus Ioannes Kymbar, lituanus. Praeside R. P. Petro Pazmani e societ VUB Kymbar Ioannes Studies: in 1600 graduated from the faculty of philosophy of the university of Graz. Professional activity: nominalist philosopher. Published his theses prepared to obtain a master's degree of liberal arts and philosophy. 1600
Theoremata philosophica ex omnibus philosophiae partibus quae in alma academia Vilnensi propugnabit F. Andreas Grądzki, ordinis F. Minorum S. Francisci de observantia. Praeside R. P. Andrea Novatio e societate Iesu, artium et philosophiae magistro et prof BCzK (Biblioteka Czartoryskich w Krakowie) Grącki (Grądzki) Andreas Studies: studied philosophy in Vilnius university during 1599-1602. Professional activity: franciscan (bernardine) philosopher. In 1608 taught philosophy in Vilnius fransiscan school. 1602
Theses ex Categoriis Aristotelis. Defendentur in Academia Vilnensi Societatis Iesu a Ioanne Kraykowski philosophiae auditore, anno 1606, mensis Iunii, die 11, horis pomeridianis. VUB Kraykowski, Ioannes - Studies: Vilnius University (liberal arts and philosophy) 1606 Laurentius Bartilius: - Logica, Vilnius, 1605-1606, VUB F3-2067.
Theses philosophicae ex logica. Gloriosissimo aeternae sapientiae tutori, incarnati salvatoris ut putabatur patri, fidelissimo Christi Domino nutritori, virginis matris sponso. Gratiotissimo totius carmelitici ordinis primario protectori, divinissimo Jose MAB Grabowski Albertus Studies: graduate of Vilnius carmelites school. Professional activity: unknown. 1766
Tractatus circa libros Aristotelis De anima. Ad mentem subtilissimi doctoris Ioannis Duns Scoti. Sub reverendo patre Benedicto Bulakowski Vilnae anno domini 1610. BJK (Biblioteka Jagiellonska w Krakowie) Bulakowski Benedictus Professional activity: franciscan philosopher, in 1610 taught at Vilnius franciscan school. 1610
Tractatus philosophicus in libros Aristotelis de ortu et interitu et de anima etc. seu philosophiae naturalis pars altera. Conscripta sub admodum reverendo patre Theodoro Aucepio Societatis Jesu artium liberalium et philosophiae doctorem scientiae natural VUB Aucepius Theodorus -Professional activity: professorship at Vilnius university (philosophy, theology), Warmia and Braunsberg (rhetorics, poetics). Prominent jesuit theologian and philosopher. 1736 To be checked
Tractatus philosophicus in libros Aristotelis de ortu et interitu et de anima etc. seu philosophiae naturalis pars altera. Conscripta sub admodum reverendo patre Theodoro Aucepio Societatis Jesu artium liberalium et philosophiae doctorem scientiae natural VUB Aucepius Theodorus -Professional activity: professorship at Vilnius university (philosophy, theology), Warmia and Braunsberg (rhetorics, poetics). Prominent jesuit theologian and philosopher. 1736 To be checked
Tractatus politicus duabis suis partibus, duobis libris 3tio nempe et 4to Polit. Arist: Correspondens. Duarum una varias formas et status imperiorum proponit, Altera qualem oporteat esse civem Reipublicae ostendit VBU Modzelewski, Zacharias - Studies: Branevo, Vilnius - Professional activity: Jesuit Colleges Vilnius, Płock, Łomża, short stays in Warsaw, Pułtusk Zacharias Modzelewski: - Conclusiones ex universa philosophia, Vilnius 1688, folio - Theses ethico-politicae de Societate Humana tam domestica quam Civili, Vilnius: University Printing House 1690 - Praelectiones politicae, MS VUB F3-2005
Tractatus politicus duabis suis partibus, duobis libris 3tio nempe et 4to Polit. Arist: Correspondens. Duarum una varias formas et status imperiorum proponit, Altera qualem oporteat esse civem Reipublicae ostendit VBU Modzelewski, Zacharias - Studies: Branevo, Vilnius - Professional activity: Jesuit Colleges Vilnius, Płock, Łomża, short stays in Warsaw, Pułtusk Zacharias Modzelewski: - Conclusiones ex universa philosophia, Vilnius 1688, folio - Theses ethico-politicae de Societate Humana tam domestica quam Civili, Vilnius: University Printing House 1690 - Praelectiones politicae, MS UVB F3-2005
Triplex philosophia rationalis, naturalis et moralis. Sub auspiciis D. Ioannis Baptistae publicae disputationi proposita in Alma Universitate Vilnensi Societatis Jesu a magnifico Domino D. Theodoro Billewicz dapiferide duc. Samog. Praeside P. P. Ioan Sadk VUB Billewicz Theodorus Studies: graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy of Vilnius university (year unknown), published his philosophical theses in 1675. Professional activity: unknown. 1675
Tyrocinium philosophiae sive instructio et dispositio ad logicam, aliasque scientias vulgo. VUB Eynarowicz Christophorus Franciscus -"- 1700
Ultima et maxima hominis mutatio sive de mystica eaque admirabili illius, cum Deo unione, et de duplici dispositione ad eandem, tribus libris explicanda. Libri primi de prima et remota dispositione pars posterior, scilicet, de fortitudine, de iustitia, et VUB Gružewski Joannes Studies: finished theology studies in Rome in 1601. Professional activity: taaught philosophy at Vilnius university during 1608-1611 and 1612-1613. Moved to Pultusk in 1610, taught theology, became a doctor of theology of Vilnius university in 1609. Was the rector of Vilnius university in 1618-1625 and 1641-1643. Was the head of Kaunas jesuit residence in 1642 and the provincial of Lithuanian jesuits in 1644-1646. 1644 VUB L-17/ 1103 (first part of the same treatise)
Ultima et maxima hominis mutatio. Sive de mystica cum Deo unione, eaque admirabili, et de duplici dispositione ad eandem, tribus libris explicanda. Liber primus. De prima, et remota dispositione. Pars libri prior. De honestate morali acquisita in communi, MAB Gružewski Joannes Studies: finished theology studies in Rome in 1601. Professional activity: taaught philosophy at Vilnius university during 1608-1611 and 1612-1613. Moved to Pultusk in 1610, taught theology, became a doctor of theology of Vilnius university in 1609. Was the rector of Vilnius university in 1618-1625 and 1641-1643. Was the head of Kaunas jesuit residence in 1642 and the provincial of Lithuanian jesuits in 1644-1646. 1641 VUB III - 17895 (the 2nd part of the same treatise)
Universa philosophia auspiciis illustrissimi domini Ioannis Nicolai de Zvrov Danilowicz supremi regni thesaurii Premiislensis, Samboriensis, Drohobycensis, Ratinensis, Kolensis, etc. etc. etc. Capitanei. Publice propugnanda Ioanne Lemke artium et philosop Lemke, Thomas Ioannes -Studies: Vilnius University (master degree in liberal arts and philosophy, 1642) 1642 Manuscript 9510/I , bound together with the theses
Wyjawienie niewstydu arianskiego przez X. Jana Gurskiego. // Zawstydzenie Nowych Arianow, i Wzywanie ich do Pokuty, i Wiary Chrzescianskiej, Od X. Piotra Skargi Societatis Iesu, Ktore iz chcial zniesc Pan Hieronim Moskorzewski. Znowu je wydale X. Ian Gu MAB See the upper cell See the upper cell 1608

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