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Some time after 1278 (in which year he drew up his testament) he suffered a lapse of memory ; his strong mind gradually became clouded; his body, weakened by vigils, austerities, and manifold labours, sank under the weight of years.

He was beatified by Pope Gregory XV in 1622; his feast is celebrated on the 15th of November.

Metaphysical : "Metaphysicorum" (6); "De causis et processu universitatis" (10).

Theological : "Commentary on the works of Denis the Aereopagite" (14); "Commentary on the Sentences of the Lombard" (25-30); "Summa Theologiae" (31-33); "Summa de creaturis" (34-35); "De sacramento Eucharistiae" (38); "Super evangelium missus est" (37).

In the year 1270 he sent a memoir to Paris to aid St.

Thomas in combating Siger de Brabant and the Averroists.

There he received the Doctor's degree in the university which, above all others, was celebrated as a school of theology.

It was during this period of reaching at Cologne and Paris that he counted amongst his hearers St.

He was called by Pope Gregory X to attend the Council of Lyons (1274) in the deliberations of which he took an active part. Thomas at Fossa Nuova, as he was proceeding to the Council, was a heavy blow to Albert, and he declared that "The Light of the Church " had been extinguished.

After completing his studies he taught theology at Hildesheim, Freiburg (Breisgau), Ratisbon, Strasburg, and Cologne.

He was in the convent of Cologne, interpreting Peter Lombard's "Book of the Sentences", when, in 1245, he was ordered to repair to Paris.

Exegetical : "Commentaries on the Psalms and Prophets" (15-19); "Commentaries on the Gospels" (20-24); "On the Apocalypse" (38). The "Quindecim problemata contra Averroistas" was edited by Mandonnet in his "Siger de Brabant" (Freiburg, 1899).

The authenticity of the following works is not established: "De apprehensione" (5); "Speculum astronomicum" (5); "De alchimia" (38); Scriptum super arborem Aristotelis" (38); "Paradisus animae" (37); "Liber de Adhaerendo Deo" (37); "De Laudibus B. The influence exerted by Albert on the scholars of his own day and on those of subsequent ages was naturally great. In a word, his appreciation of Aristotle is critical.P., the other at Paris (Louis Vivès), 1890-99, in thirty-eight quarto volumes, published under the direction of the Abbé Auguste Borgnet, of the diocese of Reims. Biological : "De vegetabilibus et plantis" (10) " De animalibus" (11-12); "De motibus animalium", "De nutrimento et nutribili", "De aetate", "De morte et vita", "De spiritu et respiratione" (9).