Vàzquez Janeiro Isaac ,
Cultura y censura en el siglo XVI. A propòsito de la edición de « Index des livres interdits »,
Antonianum, 63/1 (1988) p. 26-73
Summary — From the outset a review is made of the first four Volumes of the important collection Index des livres interdits, currently published by the University of Sherbrooke (nn. 1-2). Taking as point of departure this collection, two themes are subsequently illustrated.
In the first place, the Commentarii in Joannem of Johannes Ferus (Wild), condemned by the Index of Paris of 1551: under the bibliographical aspect, new additions and new copies are added, whereas the presumed edition of Alcala 1562 (n. 3) is discarded; under the doctrinal aspect, a description is given of the confutation and the defence which were accorded to the Commentarii on the part of D. Soto and on the part of M. Medina respectively (nn. 4-5), whose opposed theological views are extensively documented; due importance is given to the rather strange approximation to Medina's position on the part of the renowned Dominican B. Carranza, otherwise a friend of Soto (nn. 6-7).
In the second place, then, a new manuscript is brought into light of the Spanish Index of 1559, taken, perhaps, from a yet unknown edition of the same Index (n. 8).