About Basic writings: Proslogium; Monologium; Gaunilon's on behalf of the fool; Cur deus homo.

by Anselm, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1033-1109

CCEL Edition v1.05


THE present volume of St. Anselm's most important philosophical and theological writings contains: (1) The Proslogium (2) the Monologium, (3) the Cur Deus Homo, and (4) by way of historical complement, an Appendix to the Monologium entitled In Behalf of the Fool by Gaunilon, a monk of Marmoutiers. The Proslogium (which, though subsequent in point of time to the Monologium, is here placed first, as containing the famous ontological argument), the Monologium and the Appendix thereto were translated by Mr. Sidney Norton Deane, of New Haven, Conn.; the Cur Deus Homo was rendered by James Gardiner Vose, formerly of Milton, Conn., and later of Providence, R. I., and published in 1854 and 1855 in the Bibliotheca Sacra, then issued at Andover, Mass., by Warren F. Draper.

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Copyright: Public Domain

CCEL Identifier: ccel/anselm/basic_works/1.05

How to Reference This Edition: Wheaton, IL: Christian Classics Ethereal Library, 1999-01-01, v1.05, URL http://ccel.wheaton.edu/a/anselm/basic_works/About.htm

Pub History: The 1962 edition is identical to the 1926 edition in every respect except the published year. The 1926 edition is used here. Copyright date 1903.

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Published: La Salle, Ill., Open Court Pub. Co., 1926, 2d. ed.

Copy Location:Buswell Library, 189.4

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Revision History: v1.05: revised for ThML0.99, 1/1/99

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ElementSchemeContent
DC.Title.Main Basic writings: Proslogium; Monologium; Gaunilon's on behalf of the fool; Cur deus homo.
DC.Title.AlternativeSelected works. English
DC.CreatorAnselm, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1033-1109
DC.Creator.AlternativeDeane, S. N. (Sidney Norton), 1878-1943, tr.
DC.SubjectLCSH
DC.SubjectCCELClassics; Roman Catholic
DC.Description THE present volume of St. Anselm's most important philosophical and theological writings contains: (1) The Proslogium (2) the Monologium, (3) the Cur Deus Homo, and (4) by way of historical complement, an Appendix to the Monologium entitled In Behalf of the Fool by Gaunilon, a monk of Marmoutiers. The Proslogium (which, though subsequent in point of time to the Monologium, is here placed first, as containing the famous ontological argument), the Monologium and the Appendix thereto were translated by Mr. Sidney Norton Deane, of New Haven, Conn.; the Cur Deus Homo was rendered by James Gardiner Vose, formerly of Milton, Conn., and later of Providence, R. I., and published in 1854 and 1855 in the Bibliotheca Sacra, then issued at Andover, Mass., by Warren F. Draper.
DC.PublisherWheaton, IL: Christian Classics Ethereal Library
DC.Publisher.AddressURLmaildo:ccel@wheaton.edu
DC.PublisherCCELCCEL
DC.Contributor.MarkupWendy Huang
DC.Date.CreatedISO86011999-01-01
DC.TypeText.Monograph
DC.FormatIMTtext/html
DC.IdentifierCCELccel/anselm/basic_works/1.05.htm
DC.Identifierhttp://ccel.wheaton.edu/a/anselm/basic_works/About.htm
DC.SubjectLCCSB765.A82E54 1926
DC.SubjectDDC189.4
DC.SourcePublished La Salle, Ill., Open Court Pub. Co., 1926, 2d. ed.
DC.LanguageISO639-1en
DC.RightsPublic Domain
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