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Medieval Philosophers Research Guide

A select list of Medieval Philosophers.

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Saint Albert the Great
Artist: Tommaso da Modena (1326–1379)
Date: 1352
Medium: fresco

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Primary Sources

Alberti Magni Opera Omnia
This is the critical edition of the works of St. Albert the Great (Alberti Magni Opera Omnia, Editio Coloniensis). Once completed, the final database will contain the 41 volumes of the print edition.  You may also check the Alberti Magni e-corpus, which is freely available online.

Opera Omnia, Coloniensis Edition (1951-)
Full title: Opera omnia / ad fidem codicum manuscriptorum edenda, apparatu critico, notis, prolegomenis, indicibus instruenda curavit Institutum Alberti Magni Coloniense, Bernhardo Geyer praeside. This 28-part set reproduces the complete works of Saint Albertus Magnus in Latin. This critical edition began in 1951 and lead by the Albertus-Magnus-Institut of Bonn. It is still unfinished. The text includes a critical apparatus, notes, and prefaces, in addition to bibliographical references and indexes. BQ 6334 1951 (Religious Studies and Philosophy Library Folios, room 316)

Opera Omnia, Vivés Edition (1890-1899)
Full title: B. Alberti Magni Ratisbonensis Episcopi, Ordinis Prædicatorum, Opera Omnia, ex Editione Lugdunensi Religiose Castigata. This edition is based on Lyon's edition of 1651. Edited by Auguste and Emile Borgnet. Parisiis: apud Ludovicum Vivès, 1890-1899. BQ 6334 1890 (Religious Studies and Philosophy Library, room 314)

Questions Concerning Aristotle’s On Animals
Translated by Irven M. Resnick and Kenneth F. Kitchell, Jr. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2008. BQ 314 .F26 A41 (Religious Studies and Philosophy Library, room 314)

Quaestiones de Bono: (Summa de Bono q. 1-10)
With critical notes and Prolegomena by Henricus Kuhle. Bonnae: P. Hanstein, 1933. BQ 302 .F6 v.36 (Religious Studies and Philosophy Library, room 314)

Secondary Sources

De Forma Resultante in Speculo
Full title: De Forma Resultante in Speculo: Die Theologische Relevanz des Bildbegriffs und des Spiegelbildmodells in den Frühwerken des Albertus Magnus; eine textkritische und begriffsgeschichtliche Untersuchung. Anzulewicz, Henryk. Munster: Aschendorff, 1999. B3 .B4 ser.2 v.53 (Stacks).

Albertus Magnus: Zum Gedenken Nach 800 Jahren: Neue Zugange, Aspeckte und Perspektiven
By Henryk, Walter Senner, and Dominicans of the Teutonia Province. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2001. BXZ 4700 .A375 A65 2001 (Stacks). 

Albertus Magnus and the Sciences: Commemorative Essays 1980
Edited by James A. Weisheipl, O.P. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1980. BQ 6342 .S4 A4 (Stacks).

Albert the Great, of the Order of Friar-Preachers: His Life and Scholastic Labours
From the original documents, by Doctor Joachim Sighart. Translated from the French edition by the Rev. Fr. T. A. Dixon. London, R. Washbourne, 1876. BQ 6339 .S5 E5 (Stacks)

Albert the Great
Albert, S. M. Oxford, Blackfriars Publications, 1948. BQ 6339 .A33 (Stacks)

Reclaiming Moral Agency: The Moral Philosophy of Albert the Great
Cunningham, Stanley B. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2008. B765.A44 C86 2008 (Stacks)

Albert the Great: a selectively annotated bibliography (1900-2000)
Resnick, Irven M. Tempe, Ariz.: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2004