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Philippe le Chancelier, also known as "Philippus Cancellarius Parisiensis" (Philip, Chancellor of Paris) (c 1160–December 26, 1236) was a French theologian, Latin lyric poet, and possibly a composer as well. He was the illegitimate son of Philippe, Archdeacon of Paris (born 1125), and was part of a family of powerful clerics. He was born and studied theology in Paris. He was chancellor of Notre Dame de Paris starting in 1217 until his death, and was also Archdeacon of Noyon. Philip is portrayed as an enemy to the Mendicant orders becoming prevalent at the time, but this has been greatly exaggerated. He may have even joined the Franciscan order soon before his death.

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  • Felip el Canceller
  • Philipp der Kanzler
  • Felipe el Canciller
  • Philippe le Chancelier
  • Filippo il Cancelliere
  • フィリップ・ル・シャンスリエ
  • Philip the Chancellor
  • Филипп Канцлер
  • Filipe, o Chanceler
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  • Philipp der Kanzler (lat. Philippus Cancellarius, * nach 1160 in Paris; † 23. Dezember 1236 in Paris) war Poet, Kanzler des Kapitels von Notre-Dame in Paris und ein bedeutender scholastischer Philosoph und Theologe, der u. a. für die Formulierung der Transzendentalienlehre bekannt ist. Philipp der Kanzler wurde seit Josse Bade 1523 mit identifiziert, mit dem er aber nicht identisch ist.
  • Philippe le Chancelier (ou Philippus Cancellarius Parisiensis : « Philippe chancelier de Paris ») qui vécut entre 1165-1236, est un théologien, poète et compositeur français.
  • Filippo il Cancelliere (o Philippus Cancellarius Parisiensis; 1165 circa – Parigi, 23 dicembre 1236 è stato un religioso, teologo e filosofo francese, magister all'Università di Parigi e cancelliere alla cattedrale di Notre-Dame, autore di sermoni molto diffusi e di un'importante summa teologica. Dal XV secolo fino all'inizio del XX secolo, l'identità del Cancelliere è stata confusa con quella di , che fu canonico di Notre-Dame e decano di Sens (1220.
  • Филипп Канцлер (Chancelier Philippe, Philippus Cancellarius; ок. 1160, Париж — 26 декабря, 1236, там же) — французский теолог и поэт.
  • Felip el Canceller, en francès, Philippe le Chancelier, en llatí Philippus Cancellarius Parisienses (1160 – 26 de desembre de 1236, fou un filòsof, poeta i músic francès. Fill il·legítim de l'Arxiduc de París, es convertí en canceller de Notre-Dame de París el 1217 i fins a la seva mort fou ardiaca de Noyon. Fou un gran coneixedor del pensament grec i àrab i va escriure una sèrie de llibres molt utilitzats en les universitats de l'època, d'entre els quals destaca la Summa gratuita o de Bono, sobre la naturalesa de la propietat. Va escriure en llatí i la llengua vernacla.
  • Philippe le Chancelier, also known as "Philippus Cancellarius Parisiensis" (Philip, Chancellor of Paris) (c 1160–December 26, 1236) was a French theologian, Latin lyric poet, and possibly a composer as well. He was the illegitimate son of Philippe, Archdeacon of Paris (born 1125), and was part of a family of powerful clerics. He was born and studied theology in Paris. He was chancellor of Notre Dame de Paris starting in 1217 until his death, and was also Archdeacon of Noyon. Philip is portrayed as an enemy to the Mendicant orders becoming prevalent at the time, but this has been greatly exaggerated. He may have even joined the Franciscan order soon before his death.
  • フィリップ・ル・シャンスリエ(フランス語: Philippe le Chancelier, 1165年頃 - 1236年)は13世紀初頭のパリ大学の学長で、哲学者、詩人。 フィリップはピカルディー地方のノワイヨンの副司祭を務めた。この地はかつてシャルルマーニュが768年にフランク王国の国王として、また987年にユーグ・カペーがフランス王国の国王として戴冠式を行った由緒ある地である。その後1217年頃から、パリのノートルダム大聖堂の尚書局(文書管理局)の長として就任した。シャンスリエとはこの役職の事を指す。この職はまたパリ大学の学長も兼ねていた。 「ジョングルール達の集まりに出かけて歌い、ヴィエラを演奏した。」と同世代の詩人が書き残している程に音楽好きであったらしい。58曲の単声、9曲の多声コンドゥクトゥスがフィリップのものとされているが、曲は全て既存の旋律を利用したコントラファクトゥム(替え歌)であり、作曲はしなかったようである。ノートルダム楽派のペロティヌスを良く知っていたと思われ、ミサのオッフェルトリウムもしくはコンムニオの代替曲と思われる"Beata viscera"など幾つかの二人の共作と思われる作品が残されている。さらにフィリップの作品と思われるラテン詩の多くがカルミナ・ブラーナ等に残されている。
  • Filipe, o Chanceler (c. 1160—26 de dezembro de 1236 (76 anos foi um teólogo e poeta lírico francês. Filho ilegítimo de Filipe, arcediago de Paris (n. 1125 e membro de uma poderosa família de clérigos, nasceu e foi educado em Paris. Foi de Catedral de Notre-Dame de 1217 até morrer, foi também arcediago de Noyon. Filipe aparece nos registros históricos como adversário da ascensão das ordens mendicantes em sua época, mas trata-se de um grande exagero. É possível até que ele tenha se juntado aos franciscanos pouco antes de morrer. Filipe morreu em Paris em 26 de dezembro de 1236.
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