Luther's commentary on the sentences?

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py3ak

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Does anyone here have access to a copy of Luther's commentary on the Sentences? It would be very helpful for a project I am currently working on if I could see what he said about Book I, Distinction 17, especially Articles 1 &2, about the Holy Spirit being the love with which we love God and one another.
 

py3ak

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Thanks, Daniel! The work in question was Luther's marginal notes in his copy of Lombard's Sententiarum Libri iv that he made in connection with becoming a Sententiarius. They are imperfectly transcribed in D. Martin Luthers Werke, 9: pp 28-94 (the Weimar edition). Clearly the section I want should be pretty small. If I can't have that, I'll have to try to track down:
Philip Rosemann, The Story of a Great Medieval Book
Paul Vignaux, Luther, commentateur des sentences
Josef Wieneke, Luther und Petrus Lombardus

Admittedly at that point I may decide that antiquarianism is for eccentric and wealthy English gentlemen.
 

py3ak

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Bumping to see if anyone has access to v.9 of the Weimar edition of Luther's Werke. If not, I can possibly make do with the discussion on pp.180-183 of Philip Rosemann's The Story of a Great Medieval Book (the preview naturally stops at p.180). If anyone is able to help out it would be much appreciated.

Thanks!
 

Phil D.

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Here it is

The 8th sub-line in the left side menu will take you right to his annotations on Lombard's Sentences. You can even cut and paste it...
 
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