Suarez on Individuation: Metaphysical Disputation V: Individual Unity and Its Principle

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MEDIAEVAL PHILOSOPHICAL TEXTS IN TRANSLATION
Translation #1: "Grosseteste: On Light"
by Clare Riedl-Trans.
This treatise is significant as an introduction to an influential
thinker and man of science of the Middle Ages.
Translation #2: "St. Augustine: Against the Academicians"
by Sister Mary Patricia, R.S.M.-Trans.
Augustine aims to prove that man need not be content with mere
probability in the realm of knowledge.
Translation #3: "Pico Della Mirandola: Of Being and Unity"
by Victor M. Hamm-Trans.
In this work Pico tried to discover the geniune thought of Plato
and Aristotle on being and unity.
Translation #4: "Francis Suarez: On the Various Kinds of Distinction"
by Cyril S. J. Vollert-Trans.
Suarez propounds his theory on distinctions, a point of capital im-
portance for a grasp of Suarezian metaphysics.
Translation #5: "St. Thomas Aquinas: On Spiritual Creatures,"
by Mary C. Fitzpatrick-Trans.
This book falls into two general divisions: an introduction and
the translation from the Latin.
Translation #6: "Meditations of Guigo,"
by John J. Jolin, S.J.-Trans.
A series of reflections by Guigo, 12th century Prior of the hermi-
tage Charterhouse.
Translation #7: "Giles of Rome: Theorems on Existence and Essence,"
by Michael V. Murray, S.J.-Trans.
An essay dealing with the a priori deductions of being and its
conditions.
Translation #8: "John of St. Thomas: Outlines of Formal Logic"
by Francis C. Wade, S.J.-Trans.
A standard English translation of the Logic of John of St.
Thomas.
Translation #9: "Hugh of St. Victor: Solilloquy in the Earnest Money of the
Soul,"
Kevin Herbert-Trans.
The purpose of the work is to direct the soul toward a true love
of self, an attitude which is identical with a love of God.
Translation #10: "St. Thomas Aquinas: On Charity,"
by Lottie Kendzierski-Trans.
This treatise is significant as an expression of St. Thomas' dis-
cussion on the virtue of charity in itself, its object, subject, order,
precepts, and principal act.
Translation #11: "Aristotle: On Interpretation-Commentary by St. Thomas and
Cajetan," Jean T. Oesterle-Trans.
This translation will be of particular value to teachers and students
of logic.
Translation #12: "Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam: On Copia of Words and
Ideas,"
by Donald B. King and H. David Rix-Trans.
One of the most popular and influential books of the 16th century
is made available here for the first time in English.

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