I’ve grown interested in typesetting lately and I’ve decided to try my hand at it. Here hot off the presses, my latin edition of Vincent of Lérins’ Commonitorium, which I think not only looks nice, but has useful things like .pdf tags and the entire document is searchable. [I got my text from The Latin Library.]
There is a great online edition of the prologue of Scotus’s Ordinatio thanks to Shinsuke Kawazoe. Apparently he has even produced a Japanese translation! H/T to Cal Ledsham for the tip about this important text on the relation of philosophy and theology.
Links to tons of texts by people like Giordano Bruno and Raymond Lull are available on this very nice french site dedicated to early modern scholasticism. They also have lots of links to texts from the 15th to 18th century that might interest some of you.
Peter King has made a relatively new translation of one of Boethius’s short theological treatises On The Hebdomads which is available here in English and here in Latin. King has also made available a translation of Thomas Aquinas’s commentary on this text which is available here in English and here in Latin. The rest of Boethius’s works in Latin, including his Consolation of Philosophy and translation of Porphyry’s Isagoge are also linked at King’s page.