A Scholastic Miscellany: Anselm to Ockham (Library of by Eugene R. Fairweather
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Forest, F. Van Steenberghen, and M. de Gandillac, Le Mouvement doctrinale du XI* au XIVe siecle (Fliche and Martin, Histoire de Veglise, XIII, Bloud et Gay, Paris, 1951), is a useful introduction (save, as it seems to me, for certain errors of perspective in the interpretation of thirteenth century thought), it concentrates almost exclusively on philosophical or closely related issues. F. , Desclee, Paris, 1947) and B. J . Otten, A Manual of the History of Dogmas, Vol. , St. Louis, 1925), are perhaps the best manuals available.
Le Mouvement doctrinale (listed in the previous section), is a comprehensive account of the thought of our period. B. Geyer, Die patristische und scholastische Philosophie (Mittler, Berlin, 1928), is the eleventh edition of Vol. II of F. Ueberweg's famous Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie, and contains bibliographical material of great importance. M. de Wulf, Histoire de la philosophie mSdievale, 3 vols. , Institut superieur de philosophie, Louvain, 1934-1937), is the last and much improved edition of a classic in the field; one volume of a revised English translation has 42 A SCHOLASTIC MISCELLANY appeared (Nelson, Edinburgh, 1952).
Zahn, Einfiihrung in die deutsche Mystik (Paderborn, 1918). On the controversial question of the medieval Church's struggle with heresy, the following may be consulted: G. G. Coulton, Inquisition and Liberty (Heinemann, London, 1938); H. C. Lea, A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages, 3 vols. (New York, 1888); A. L. Maycock, The Inquisition from Its Establishment to the Great Schism (London, 1927); E. Vacandard, The Inquisition: A Critical and Historical Study of the Coercive Power of the Church (New York, 1926).