Mediaeval Sources in Translation

49 publications found

Thomas Aquinas

Faith, Reason and Theology

Translated with introduction and notes by Armand Maurer. MST 32. 1987. xxxviii, 127 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–282–6 • $13.95 

The topics of Questions i–iv of St. Thomas Aquinas’ Commentary on the De Trinitate of Boethius are of vital interest to the Christian philosopher and theologian. Written while Aquinas was a youthful Master of Theology, the Questions show his solidarity with Christian tradition, his wide acquaintance with Scripture and the Fathers of the Church, and his creative use of philosophy in addressing theological issues.


Thomas Aquinas

Aquinas on Creation. Writings on the Sentences 2.1.1

Translated by Steven E. Baldner and William E. Carroll.

MST 35. 1997. x, 166 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–285–7 • $27.50

These six articles of Aquinas’ Writings on the Sentences represent his most succinct account of creation, and contain his essential doctrines on the subject.


Translated by
R.E. Houser

The Cardinal Virtues: Aquinas, Albert, and Philip the Chancellor

MST 39; Studies in Mediaeval Moral Teaching 4. 2004. x, 256 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–289–5 • $29.95

The four cardinal virtues, first identified by Plato, are discussed through these translations of the works of three major medieval thinkers. The extensive introduction traces the development of the concept through to the thirteenth century.


Gregory the Great

The Letters of Gregory the Great

Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by John R.C. Martyn. MST 40. 2004. 3 volumes: xxxiv, 962 pp. ISBN 978-0-88844-290-1 • $110.00 for the set 


Raymond of Penyafort

Summa on Marriage

Translated by Pierre Payer. MST 41; St Michael's College Mediaeval Translations. 2005. viii, 98 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–291–8 • $21.95 


Translated by
Thomas S. Maloney

Roger Bacon: The Art and Science of Logic

A translation of the Summulae dialectices with notes and introduction by Thomas S. Maloney. MST 47. 2009. xxviii, 256 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–297–0 • $45.00


Geoffrey of Vinsauf

Poetria nova

Revised edition. Translated by Margaret F. Nims. Introduction to the revised edition by Martin Camargo. MST 49. 2010. vi, 96 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–299–4 • $17.75 

The Poetria nova, written by the Englishman Geoffrey of Vinsauf shortly after 1200, was the most influential medieval treatise on rhetorical poetics.


Peter of Limoges

The Moral Treatise on the Eye

Translated with an introduction by Richard Newhauser. MST 51. 2012. xxxiv, 272 pp. ISBN 978–0–88844–301–4 • $39.95

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