Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Walter Chatton" by Rondo Keele

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The majority of secondary literature on Chatton is in English, Italian, and French, but some important work is in German as well.

Chatton's Works

Genuine

  • De paupertate evangelica. A short treatise on the Franciscan poverty controversy. Edited in Decima L. Douie, “Three treatises on Evangelical Poverty,” Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 24 (1931): 341–69. Continued in 25 (1932): 36–58, and 26 (1932): 210–40. (Scholar)
  • Lectura. Chatton's incomplete commentary on the Sentences, dated between 1324 and 1330. It has been edited by Girard J. Etzkorn, and it is expected that this work will be published by the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto) in the next few years.
  • Reportatio super Sententias. This central work, dated 1321–1323, has been critically edited and published, and now appears in four volumes:
    • Reportatio super Sententias:  Liber I, distinctiones 1–9. Ed. Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. [Studies and Texts 141]  Toronto:  Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2002. (Scholar)
    • Reportatio super Sententias:  Liber I, distinctiones 10–48. Ed. Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. [Studies and Texts 142]  Toronto:  Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2002.
    • Reportatio super Sententias:  Liber II. Ed. Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. [Studies and Texts 148]  Toronto:  Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2004.
    • Reportatio super Sententias:  Libri III–IV. Ed. Joseph C. Wey and Girard J. Etzkorn. [Studies and Texts 149]  Toronto:  Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2005.
  • Reportatio et Lectura super Sententias:  Collatio ad Librum Primum et Prologus. Ed. Joseph C. Wey, CSB.  [Studies and Texts 90]  Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1989. Cited above as “Collatio et Prologus”. Not really a separate work, this is simply the most polished version of the prologue of his Sentences commentaries listed above; it may have been meant as an introduction to his Lectura, and probably dates to the same period. (Scholar)
  • Sermo de visione beatifica. Edited in M. Dykmans, “Les Frères Mineurs d'Avignon au début de 1333 et le sermon de Gautier de Chatton sur la vision béatifique.”  Archives d'historie doctrinale et littéraire du moyen age 78 (1971):  105–148. Composed in 1333 in Avignon. (Scholar)
  • Quodlibet. We have only an unpublished transcription of Chatton's Quodlibet, which is being edited by Girard Etzkorn, Christopher Schabel, and Rondo Keele. It records debates that took place in 1329–30. (Scholar)

Sometimes Attributed but Doubtful

  • Logica Campsale Anglicj ualde utilis et realis contra Ocham. Edited in Edward A. Synan, The Works of Richard Campsall, vol. 2 of 2, [Studies and Texts 58] Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 1982. The author is listed therein as ‘pseudo-Richard Campsall’, and his real identity is unknown. Chatton is sometimes suggested as a candidate for authorship but it is not likely his work. However, it shows his influence quite clearly, and cites his anti-razor explicitly in two places. (Scholar)
  • Quaestio de compositione continui. This is a defense of Chatton's indivisibilist stance on the continuum. The textual evidence for attributing this work to him is weak, but the Quaestio is doctrinally very close to Chatton's views in Reportatio II, and quotes that work verbatim. It is edited in Murdoch and Synan, “Two Questions on the Continuum: Walter Chatton (?), O.F.M. and Adam Wodeham, O.F.M.” Franciscan Studies 26 (1966): 212–88. (Scholar)

Important Primary Texts by Contemporaries of Chatton

  • Adam Wodeham (1298–1358). Lectura secunda in librum primum Sententiarum. Ed. Rega Wood. 3 vols. St. Bonaventure, New York: The Franciscan Institute, 1990. (Scholar)
  • –––, Tractatus de indivisibilibus. Ed. and trans. Rega Wood. St. Bonaventure, New York: The Franciscan Institute, 1988.
  • Robert Holcot, Seeing the Future Clearly:  Questions on Future Contingents by Robert Holcot. Eds. Paul A. Streveler, Katherine H. Tachau, Hester G. Gelber, and William J. Courtenay. The Pontifical Institute Studies and Texts 119. PIMS: Toronto, 1995.
  • William of Ockham. Guillelmus de Ockham, Opera Theologica. 7 vols. Series ed. Gedeon Gál. St. Bonaventure, New York:  The Franciscan Institute, 1974–1988. (Cited as ‘OTh.’)
  • –––, Guillelmus de Ockham, Opera Philosophica. 10 vols. Series ed. Gedeon Gál. St. Bonaventure, New York:  The Franciscan Institute, 1967–1986. (Cited as ‘OPh.’)

Secondary Sources and Older Critical Editions of Chatton

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