Opera quae supersunt omnia ...

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Migne, 1853
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An amazing collection: Eriugena's Periphyseon, plus the Areopagitic corpus in his translation, plus his translations from Maximus Confessor, plus Thomas Gallus'commentary on the Mystical theology (under the name of Eriugena -- its text is faulty, but can give a grasp on his theology), plus Eriugena's own commentary on the Celestial Hierarchy (with a big lacuna here, following some of the codices). Although there are newer and better editions for many of the texts (e.g. for the Periphyseon by Jeauneau, also for the Hier. Cael. commentary, and for the Corpus Dionysiacum), the Patrologia edition is a classical one, with its 2 cols, very convenient if one has to peruse extensive amounts of the text. Excellently readable on a 17" monitor. I gave 4 stars only because the scanning sometimes is wrong (e.g. in De divinis nomibus) and first words of the columns are too often lost.  

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Page 745 - Creavitque Deus cete grandia, et omnem animam viventem atque motabilem, quam produxerant aquae in species suas : et omne volatile, secundum genus suum. Et vidit Deus quod esset bonum...
Page 8 - Peri physicôn merismatos, id est, de naturae divisione, intitulavit, propter perplexitatem quarundam quaestionum solvendarum bene utilem, si tamen ignoscatur ei in quibusdam, in quibus a Latinorum tramite deviavit, dum in Graecos acriter oculos intendit, unde et haereticus a quibusdam...
Page 16 - Johann Scotus Erigena, oder von dem Ursprung einer christlichen Philosophie und ihrem heiligen Beruf.
Page 55 - Ipse enim solus per se vere est, et omne quod vere in his quae sunt dicitur esse ipse solus est. Nihil enim eorum quae sunt per se ipsum vere est; quodcunque autem in eo vere intelligitur participatione ipsius unius qui solus per se ipsum vere est accipit.
Page 523 - ... per bene esse mota; finis enim eorum quae moventur motus ipsum in eo quod semper est bene esse est ; sicut et principium est ipsum esse, quod quidem est deus, qui et esse dat et bene esse donat...
Page 523 - Finis enim eorum quae moventur, motus ipsum in eo, quod semper est, bene esse est; sicut et principium est ipsum esse, quod quidem est Deus, qui et esse dat, et bene esse donat, pure principium et finis.
Page 112 - Wahrheil kann jedoch nur dadurch uns beleben und befrein , dass wir sie und durch sie uns selbst erkennen, in Dem, was wir waren, was wir sind und was wir wieder erringen sollen, was die Aufgabe...
Page 467 - Celle qui existe en une autre chose, ne pouvant exister par elle-même, est dite avec raison être en mouvement... tamen per se locum suum obtinet. Quod enim omnium est, nullius proprie est, sed omnium commune; et dum in omnibus subsistat, per seipsum propria sua ratione esse non desinit.

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