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Marcin Wadowita

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Marcin Wadowita (ˈmart͡ɕin vadɔˈvita; 1567 – 27 January 1641) also known as Wadovius or Campius, was a Polish priest, theologian, professor, and the Deputy Chancellor of Jagiellonian University in Cracow; under his tenure the university is said to have prospered. He was born in Wadowice, where he later funded several buildings. He studied at the Jagiellonian University and abroad – in Rome. Publications He wrote and published in Crakow ten Latin theological treatises: #"Qvaestio De Incarnatione" (Treatise on the Incarnation), 1603 #"Qvaestio De Christi Merito" (Treatise on the Merits of Christ"), 1604; #"Qvaestio De Divina Volvntate Et Radice Continentiae" (Treatise on the Divine Will and the Root of Continence"), 1608;" #Qvaestio De Hypostasi Aeternae, Foelicitatis, Primoqve Medio Salvtis, Interno Actv Fidei "(Treatise on the First Way of Eternal Union, Happiness, and Salvation: The Internal Act of Faith"), 1616; #"Disputatio theologica" (Theological Reflections), 1620,
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