Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Medieval Philosophy" by John Marenbon

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A. General Histories of Medieval Philosophy

This list includes only those that cover more than one branch of the tradition. Those devoted to one branch exclusively are cited in the relevant sections, and their details are in the References section below.

B. Useful Anthologies of Translated texts

C. Bibliographies

Marenbon, John, “Medieval Philosophy”, Oxford Bibliographies (abstract is freely available on-line, the rest of the content is available by subscription)

There are many other bibliographies in this series relevant to the field: Ashworth, Jenny, “Medieval Logic”; Penner, Sidney, “Scholasticism and Aristotelianism: fourteenth to seventeenth centuries” and on Aquinas, Boethius, Dante, Duns Scotus, Pico della Mirandola, William of Ockham.

D. References

D.1 Primary Texts

D.2 Secondary Works

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