Acotaciones sobre algunos poemas de Eriúgena
The Carmina of Eriugena were not usually among the Eriugenian works studied by historians of Medieval thought, and only recently a little more attentionhas been paid to these poems, despite the fact that L. Traube gave a good account of them in his critical edition in 1896. After presenting briefly the Carminas in the whole of Carolingian poetry, we propose here a classification based on the mode of transmission of the manuscripts, while making some observations on the pieces of doubtful authenticity. We then examine some stylistic features, in particular alliteration and rhyme, and the role that Eriugena assigns to the ars poetica. The second part examines some probable doctrinal sources (Marius Victorinus, In Phil. In Ephes.) of Carm. IV, I ('Postquam nostra salus') and of II, VII ('Lux superans animas'). This study, whose publication begins here, will be completed in a future volume of this journal with an analysis of the sources of Traube’s poems II, VIII and IX.
Piemonte, Gustavo A. (1989-12-04). Acotaciones sobre algunos poemas de Eriúgena. (info:eu-repo/semantics/article). Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires. [consultado: ] Disponible en el Repositorio Digital Institucional de la Universidad de Buenos Aires: <http://revistascientificas.filo.uba.ar/index.php/petm/article/view/8342>