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Almain, Jacques

ALMAIN, ɑ̄l´´mên´, JACQUES: Gallican theologian; b. at Sens c. 1450; d. in Paris 1515. He was professor of theology in the College of Navarre in Paris, and at the request of Louis XII. prepared a reply to Cardinal Cajetan’s work on the superiority of the pope to a general council (Tractatus de auctoritate ecclesiæ et conciliorum generalium adversus Thomam de Vio, Paris, 1512; See Cajetan, Cardinal). A similar work was his Expositio circa decisiones magistri Guilelmi Occam super potestate Romani pontificis (1517). He wrote also Moralia (1510) and Dictata super sententias magistri Helcot (1512).

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