Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Jacques Maritain" by William Sweet

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Primary Literature: Maritain’s Principal Works

A French-language edition of the works of Maritain is available under the title Oeuvres complètes de Jacques et Raïssa Maritain, 16 vols., Fribourg (Switzerland): Éditions universitaires, 1986–2000. Volumes 14 and 15 contain the writings of Raïssa Maritain, and Volume 16 includes previously unpublished work. The publication of a 20 volume set, in English, of The Collected Works of Jacques Maritain (under the general editorship of Ralph McInerny) is currently underway under auspices of the University of Notre Dame Press. Summaries (in Italian) of Maritain’s major books are found in Jacques Maritain: Dizionario delle Opere, by Piero Viotto, Rome: Città Nuova, 2003.

Maritain’s principal works are listed below in chronological order: (Except where indicated otherwise, place of publication is Paris. English-language editions are noted as well.)

Secondary Literature

Though now dated, the most comprehensive list of studies of Maritain’s work is found in Jean-Louis Allard and Pierre Germain, Répertoire bibliographique sur la vie et l’oeuvre de Jacques et Raïssa Maritain, Ottawa, 1994, 232 p.


Additional studies of Maritain’s work are available in such journals as Études Maritainiennes—Maritain Studies, Cahiers Jacques et Raïssa Maritain, and Notes et documents: pour une recherche personnaliste.

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