Go here for an online version of the latest edition of Fr. Joseph Gredt's most famous work:Elementa philosophiae Aristotelico-Thomisticae vol. 1 (logica & philosophia naturalis)
and vol. 2 (metaphysica, theologia naturalis, ethica)
.John Deely calls Joseph Gredt
a "learned Benedictine philosopher-scientist," and he was a classmate of Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange. Here is his major work:
There's a "full screen" option, and you can even download a PDF if you register for free with Gloria.tv.
Another manual-style series similar to Gredt's is Édouard Hugon
's:Cursus Philosophiæ Thomisticæ I (PDF)Cursus Philosophiæ Thomisticæ II (PDF)Cursus Philosophiæ Thomisticæ III (PDF)Click here
for a review of Gredt's work.
I was wondering if anyone here has read either of these works. They are included in Fr. Cekada's seminary curriculum for Most Holy Trinity Seminary, Warren, MI
. Which is better, Gredt or Hugon? Thanks