Durand Information (or )
Durus Durandus jacet hic sub marmore duro,
An sit salvandus, ego nescio, nec quoque curo.
My research over the last few years has focused on Durand (Latin: Durandus
de Sancto Porciano), a.k.a. the Doctor Modernus, a.a.k.a. the Doctor
Resolutissimus, and in the process I've collected a number of resources
on him and his foes, for instance, Hervaeus Natalis, Durandellus or "little Durand",
Peter of Palude, Godfrey of Fontaines, Henry of Ghent,
John Duns Scotus, Thomas Aquinas, Peter Auriol, John Capreolus, etc. I hope
to make more resources available, but below is a start.
Over the last few years I've transcribed various quaestiones from
the manuscripts of Durand, Peter of Palude and others. I've decided to make an
index of these
transcriptions available. If you are interested in one or more, please send
me an e-mail.
Commentary on Book I and Parts of Book IV of Peter Lombard's Sentences, Redaction
C (ed. Durandus Projekt)
Commentary on Books I-IV of Peter Lombard's Sentences, Redaction C (Venice 1571)
Sent. (C) IV, d. 25, q. 2: Latin transcirption and an English translation by Mary Ann Rossi
Sent. (C) II, d. 1, q. 5: English translation by Alfred J. Freddoso.
I wrote a script to convert the PDF files provided by the Durandus Projekt
into plain text (ASCII) files (minus the apparatus) in
order to facilitate research-only searches.
The Durandus Projekt Bibliography
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