We are very happy to announce that our Vitoria trilogy is now complete: the “Summa Sacramentorum” (1561), compiled by Tomas de Chávez from the master’s lessons, is now online in our Digital Collection of Sources. Together with Vitoria’s ”Relectiones” and his ”Confessionario”, the Collection offers now access to the three works that made the teaching’s of the School of Salamanca’s founding figure accessible in early modern print.
After our trip to Buenos Aires, we have been quiet for some time – and hard at work to bring more texts of the School of Salamanca into the digital age.
Today we are happy to announce two new works online in our Digital Collection of Sources:
Francisco de Vitoria’s indispensable two-volume Relectiones Theologiae XII:
and Bartolomé de Las Casas‘ Treinta Proposiciones muy juridicas, printed in Sevilla 1552: