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References in endnotes to the Latin text of Anselm use the following abbreviations:

  • AR

    Anselm's Reply to Gaunilo

  • CDH

    Cur Deus Homo

  • DC

    De concordia

  • DCD

    De casu diaboli (On the Fall of the Devil)

  • DCV

    De conceptu virginali et de originali peccato (On the Virginal Conception, and On Original Sin)

  • DG

    De grammatico

  • DIV

    De incarnatione Verbi (On the Incarnation of the Word)

  • DLA

    De libertate arbitrii (On Freedom of Choice)

  • DPSS

    De processione Spiritus Sancti (On the Procession of the Holy Spirit)

  • DV

    De veritate (On Truth)

  • GR

    Gaunilo's Reply on Behalf of the Fool

  • LF

    Lambeth Fragments

  • M


  • P


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