ND   JMC : History of Medieval Philosophy / by Maurice De Wulf

420. Sources and Bibliography for Chapter IV. -- JOHANNES BACO, Super IV. L. Sentent. (Venice, 1527). PFEIFER, Deutsche Mystiker d. 14. Jahrh. (Leipzig, 2 vols., 1845 and 1857), publishes 110 sermons, 18 treatises, 68 verses of Eckhart (in German). SIEVERS has brought to light twenty-six other sermons (Zeitschrift f. deutsches Altertum, 1872). In 1880 DENIFLE discovered and published, with a critical study, some fragments of the "opus tripartitum," Meister Eckeharts lateinische Schriften (Arch. f. Litt. u. Kirchengesch. d. Mitt., 1886). Denifle contends that Eckhart did not go so far as pantheism. According to Delacroix, on the contrary, who relies especially on the German sermons (op. cit., 201, pp. 135-62), Eckhart is a pantheist and "purports to explain All Being by the Sole Being, to analyze and follow the movement of evolution by which the Divinity issues from itself, becomes God, and culminates in the universe" (p. 286). DENIFLE, Die Heimath Meister Eckeharts (ibid., 1889). On Eckhart and the popular mysticism of the fourteenth century see DELACROIX, who gives a full bibliography and announces a special work on mysticism after Eckhart's time (pp. 3 and 4). DENIFLE, Die Schriften d. Seligen Heinrich Suse (Munich, 1876). Editions of the Theologia Naturalis of Raymond of Sabunde in 1488, 1496, 1507, 1509, 1852. Edition of the works of Nicholas of Cusa in 1488 (Strassburg); the Paris edition of 1514 is fuller: 3 vols. URBINGER, Die mathemat. Schriften des N. Cusanus (Philos. Jahrb., 1895, 1897); Der Begriff Docta Ignorantia in seiner geschichtlichen Entwicklung (Arch. f. Gesch. Philos., viii., 10). DUHEM, Nicholas de Cues et Léonard de Vinci (Études sur Léonard de Vinci, 2nd series, Paris, 1909), pp. 97-279; De quelques sources auxquelles Nicolas de Cues à pu puiser (ibid., pp. 424-41); Thierry de Chartres et Nicolas de Cues (Revue sciences philos. et théol., July, 1909).

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