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This bibliography is a list of reference materials sourced for this book. It represents a selection of literature that the contributors to be present volume have judged to be most important to research on the Book of Sentences and its commentaries. The references are classified under the following: Stegmüller's Repertorium and its Supplements (Arranged Chronologically); General Literature on the Book of Sentencesand its Commentary Tradition; The Pseudo-Peter of Poitiers Gloss; Stephen Langton's Sentences Commentary; The Glossa in IV libros Sententiarum by Alexander of Hales; The Sentences Commentary by Hugh of St.-Cher; Thomas Aquinas's Lectura romana in primum Sententiarum Petri Lombardi; Peter of Candia's Commentary on the Sentences; Roger Roseth as a Reader of the Sentences; and Martin Luther's Glosses on the Sentences.

Keywords: Book of Sentences; selection of literature



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