Meister Eckhart: Containing, besides the "lost" book of Benedictus and Pfeiffer's tractate XVII, a number of sermons from the Oxford Codex entitled "The paradise of the rational soul" and other sources. Also some hitherto unrecognized works from an unpublished ms. dated 1440 formerly in the possession of the late Professor Carl Schmidt
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