Thursday 24 July 2008

Editions of 14th-century Sentences commentaries

I'm compiling a list of sizeable critical editions of 14th-century commentaries on Lombard's Sentences. In case it's of use to anyone else, here it is. At present the roll-call is: Scotus, Auriol, Marchia, Ockham, Chatton, Wodeham, Crathorn, Roseth, Langeley, Rimini, and Marsilius of Inghen.


Edward Ockham said...

That's very useful, thanks for letting us have that. Of course libraries are supposed to have that sort of thing, but it is generally very eccentrically arranged (I use the University of London system, which is truly eccentric, seemingly coded in DOS or some mainframe in the second century BC).

I had planned one day a great electronic index to all the great scholastic editions (old and modern) but tend to get distracted.

By the way, Brunellus, I was in medieval Greece (the despotate of Epirus, in fact) over the last month on holiday, and I took a couple of pictures of a Brunellus munching grass, I will send it some time. Best, Ockham

Brunellus said...

Glad to be of service.  I'm planning to produce a similar list of early printed editions of 14th-century Sentences commentaries, using Steven Livesey's CommBase as a starting point, so watch this space.

In the meantime, I look forward to seeing the photos of your, er, ass!