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¡Bienvenidos! once again to the School of Salamanca blog, a site dedicated to transmitting the legacy of Spanish scholastic theologians and jurists of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. This blog originally served as a platform for sharing my dissertation research back in 2011. It has been over five years since the last post so please excuse the brief hiatus. I am now joined by Dr. Matthew Gaetano of Hillsdale College as a co-moderator for the site. We are thrilled to begin this digital journey of connecting interested scholars, teachers, and the public internationally across the disciplines of theology, philosophy, history, law, ethics, and politics. We plan to develop the site organically and are committed to advancing research on the Salamanca School. If you have any news about publications, conferences, links, research projects (etc.), please let us know.

There is no announcement more fitting for this revival post than to mark yet a new era of the study of the Salamanca School’s pioneer: the San Esteban Editorial (the publisher housed at the Dominican priory of St. Stephen in Salamanca) has just released a new critical edition of Francisco de Vitoria’s Relecciones in Latin with Spanish translations. The thirteen relecciones compiled in the two volume work have introductions put together by some of the very best Vitoria scholars alive today that include Ramon Hernández Martín, Simona Langella, and Antonio Osuna Fernández. Tolle, lege.

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