Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Peter Damian" by Toivo J. Holopainen

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  • Pierre Damien, Lettre sur la toute-puissance divine, ed. and tr. A. Cantin (Sources chrétiennes 191), Paris: Cerf, 1972. (The best edition available of De divina omnipotentia, with French translation and commentary. Cantin reproduces the column numbers in Migne’s Patrologia Latina, vol. 145.) (Scholar)
  • Pier Damiani, De divina omnipotentia e altri opuscoli, ed. P. Brezzi, tr. B. Nardi (Edizione nazionale dei classici del pensiero italiano 5), Firenze: Vallecchi, 1943. (Critical edition and Italian translation of De divina omnipotentia and some other works.)
  • Die Briefe des Petrus Damiani, 4 vols, ed. K. Reindel (Monumenta Germaniae Historica. Die Briefe der deutschen Kaiserzeit 4.1–4), München 1983–1993. (Critical edition of Damian’s letters; De divina omnipotentia is Letter 119, in volume 3, 1989, 341–384.) [Reindel edition available online] (Scholar)

English translations

There is an English translation of De divina omnipotentia (Letter 119) in Peter Damian, Letters 91–120, tr. O.J. Blum (The Fathers of the Church. Mediaeval Continuation 5), Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press 1998, 344–386. (Unfortunately, there are mistakes in the translation of some passages of Damian’s treatise which are crucial to its understanding. See the Supplement Document.)

Secondary literature

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