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Dates: 1400 - 1400 (Dates are approximate. ) 

André of Neufchâteau (died c. 1400) was a scholastic philosopher of the fourteenth century. He was a Franciscan from Lorraine, who wrote a number of works. He earned the name Doctor Ingeniosissimus (most ingenious Doctor). In philosophy he opposed Nicholas of Autrecourt, and also the nominalist Augustinian Gregory of Rimini.[5] On the dependence of natural law on divine will he followed Pierre d’Ailly. His Sentences commentary was printed in Paris in 1514.