Henry of Gorkum
Life and career
Henry was born in Gorkum in the Netherlands. He was a colleague of John Capreolus at the University of Paris, holding positions there between about 1395 and 1419. He then taught philosophy at University of Cologne, and from 1420 he was director of a self-funded bursa there. He became University of Cologne Vice-Chancellor in 1424.
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