This series originated at Marquette University in 1942, and with revived interest in Mediæval studies is read internationally with steadily increasing popularity. Available in attractive, durable, colored soft covers. Volumes priced from $5 to $35 each. Standing orders accepted. John Riedl’s A Catalogue of Renaissance Philosophers, hardbound with red cloth, is an ideal reference companion title (sent free with purchase of complete set or standing order). Regular reprinting keeps all volumes available.
Series Editor, Richard C. Taylor
(Titles are by most recent first...)
- 52. Henry of Ghent’s Summa of Ordinary Questions. Articles 53–55, On the Divine Persons, translated & with an Introduction & notes by Roland J. Teske, SJ.
- 51. The Font of Life (Fons vitae) / by Solomon ibn Gabirol (Avicebron), translated from the Latin with an introduction by John A. Laumakis
- 50. Henry of Ghent’s Summa of Ordinary Questions. Articles Thirty-Five, Thirty-Six, Forty-Two, & Forty-Five, translated & with an Introduction & notes by Roland J. Teske, SJ
- 49. Henry of Ghent’s Summa of Ordinary Questions Articles Thirty-One & Thirty-Two On God’s Eternity & the Divine Attributes in General, Translated & with an Introduction & notes by Roland J Teske, SJ
- 48. Henry of Ghent’s Summa of Ordinary Questions. Articles six to ten on Theology, translated & annotated by Roland J. Teske, SJ.
- 47. Gottschalk & a Medieval Predestination Controversy. Texts Translated from the Latin. Edited & Translated by Victor Genke & Francis X. Gumerlock. Introduction by Victor Genke.
- 46. On the Causes of the Properties of the Elements, by Albert the Great, translated from the Latin with an Introduction & Notes by Irven M. Resnick
- 45. On the Virtues, Part One of On the Virtues and Vices, by William of Auvergne, translated from the Latin with an Introduction and Notes by Roland J. Teske, SJ
- 44. A Treatise of Master Hervaeus Natalis (d. 1323) The Doctor Perspicacissimus, On Second Intentions. Volume One—An English Translation & Volume Two—A Latin Edition
- 43. William of Auvergne. The Providence of God regarding the Universe. Part Three of the First Principal Part of The Universe of Creatures
- 42. On Real Relation: Disputatio Metaphysica XLVII, by Francisco Suárez
- 41.Henry of Ghent. Quodlibetal Questions on Moral Problems
- 40. Francisco Suárez. A Commentary on Aristotle's Metaphysics (Index locupletissimus in Metaphysicam Aristotelis)
- 39. Dominicus Gundissalinus. The Procession of the World (De processione mundi)
- 38. The Conimbricenses. Some Questions on Signs
- 37. William of Auvergne. The Soul (De anima)
- 36. Francis Suarez. On the Formal Cause of Substance. Metaphysical Disputation XV
- 35. William of Auvergne. The Universe of Creatures
- 34. Francisco De Vitoria. On Homicide and Commentary on Thomas Aquinas: Summa theologiae IIaIIae, 64
- 33. Francisco Suárez. On Beings of Reason. Metaphysical Disputation LIV
- 32. Henry of Ghent. Quodlibetal Questions on Free Will
- 31. Dietrich of Freiberg. Treatise of the Intellect and the Intelligible
- 30. William of Auvergne. The Immortality of the Soul
- 29. Hugh of St. Victor. Practical Geometry
- 28. William of Auvergne. The Trinity