3 edition of The Yale Edition of The Complete Works of St. Thomas More found in the catalog.
The Yale Edition of The Complete Works of St. Thomas More
September 10, 1976 by Yale University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Garry E. Haupt (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||548|
In an interview at Harvard's faculty club, he said that the English department had valued abstruse theories of literary criticism that would soon be ''unreadable'' more than scholarly editions that would last for centuries. But whatever anyone thinks of my book, they're going to have to read all that again if they plan to do another serious biography. In addition to the extensive annotation, bibliography, and thorough introduction, this translation is accompanied by two valuable appendixes. But the editor of that work, according to Professor Clarence Miller - the project's last executive editor, who returned not long ago to his original base at St. The volume includes English translations of these Latin translations, allowing the reader to compare Aristotelian text and Thomistic commentary in detail.
These texts together trace More's earliest career as a humanist through his transition to maturity as a defender of the faith. For the first time, More's racy diatribe is fully translated into English, with the Latin and English texts printed in parallel. For this collection I have included all the materials printed in these four editions and ordered them according to convention, common sense, and my editorial prerogative. Thomas and cross-references these to a list showing the works, and the exact location within them, where the citations can be found. While Dr. These editions, to be published over a period of ten years, are designed to serve as standard reference works for many decades to come.
Condition: New. In doing so, however, the Angelic Doctor suggests a more developed analysis of goodness, based on his own metaphysical perspective. For the first time, More's racy diatribe is fully translated into English, with the Latin and English texts printed in parallel. The Commentary traces the nature of the conflict between More and Luther, emphasizing the shades of development in Luther's though. It nearly drove me crazy to read all that. One is a complete scholarly edition in fourteen volumes; the other a modernized version of selected works in seven volumes.
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Some Catholics, Dr. The Responsio should no longer, in view of this volume, occupy the position which it has held for so long-the most neglected of all More's major works. Headley is associate professor of history at the University of North Carolina.
The translations of both commentaries are furnished with introductions and notes by the translators. Marius was reading More's every word, the project's funds were running out. This view lives on in various pious biographies portraying More as destined for sainthood.
Marius takes him at his word. This volume represents the English translation. Here, for the first time, More entered the field of polemical, religious warfare, beginning a career as Catholic apologist which he was to continue in his English works during the next ten years, The present edition is based on the Rosseus text, with full collations from the earlier, and unique, Baravellus issue and from the Louvain printing.
He depicts a man who, though pious and ultimately heroic, was rigid, authoritarian, not always honest, a manipulator of his public image, a wearer of hair shirts and a man who took deep satisfaction from hurling obscenities at Protestants and burning heretics at the stake.
Lupton Oxford: Clarendon Press, The Yale edition of his works has in most respects been a scholarly triumph. Map of Utopia Reprinted from a facsimile of the original woodcut in the first edition Louvain: Utopian Alphabet Reprinted from a facsimile of the original woodcut in the first edition Louvain: Four Verses in the Utopian Tongue The Utopia of Sir Thomas More, translated by Ralph Robynson, edited and with additional translation by J.
The Latin text is included a separate download for easy side-by-side comparison. Although this translation can also sound a bit stilted to modern ears, it is the translation used in the copyright-free Project Guttenberg text, and thus, out of respect for this early attempt to make an open Utopia, also the one used as the basis of Book I and Book II in my Open Utopia.
He added that some editors had been hurt, too, by what they saw as Yale's ''indifference'' to their work. Henry Neville's The Isle of Pinesa precursor of Defoe's Robinson Crusoe, engages with some of the sexual, racial, and colonialist anxieties of the end of the early modern period.
The Responsio should no longer, in view of this volume, occupy the position which it has held for so long-the most neglected of all More's major works.
With the publication of St. The fourth and final book of Summa contra Gentiles delineates the knowledge received through divine revelation, such as the Incarnation, the Trinity, and the Resurrection. Written to an unknown correspondent, it is the briefest and mildest of More's polemical works and anticipates arguments presented moer elaborately in More's The Answer to a Poisoned Book Language: English.
This volume of the Catena Aurea treats the Gospel of Mark. Textual variants are placed at the foot of the text pages, and a bibliography, glossary, and index are included. The Yale St. Several of More's admirers have argued that the political world described in his ''Utopia'' - a repressive, boring, totalitarian place, by modern standards - was intended ironically.
The translation is remarkable for its time, when sophisticated Latin was difficult to translate into more primitive English. Enormously influential, it remains a challenging as well as a playful text.
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