If it’s as cold where you are as it is here in Boulder, then you’re probably huddled in front of a glowing computer screen, warming your innards in the gentle light of medieval texts. So this seems like a good time to mention a few electronic resources that may have escaped your notice.
What has surely has not escaped your notice is the long-standing and superb Corpus Thomisticum edited by Enrique Alarcón. In addition to the searchable Latin texts, there’s a very helpful guide to the best published edition of each work, as well as Schütz‘s old but still very useful Thomas-Lexicon, a frequently updated Thomistic bibliography, links to pdfs of many of the Leonine editions, and more.
The point of this post, however, is to spread the word that the work of Scotus and Ockham is also now available electronically, in searchable form. I know of two sources…
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