From The Logic Museum
An 'ordinatio' is a text that has been 'ordered' or edited for publication. Scotus' Ordinatio is his revision of the lectures he gave as a bachelor at Oxford, transcribed as the Lectura. The initial revision was probably begun in the summer of 1300 – see the remarks in question 2 that apparently allude to the battle of Homs in 1299, news of which probably reached Oxford in the summer of 1300. It was still incomplete when Scotus left for Paris in 1302.
Vatican (sourced from here):
- Commentaria oxoniensia ad IV libros magistri Sententiarus novis curis edidit p. Marianus Fernandez Garcia. Imprint Ad Claras Aquas (Quaracchi) prope Florentiam : ex typographia Collegii s. Bonaventurae, 1912-1914.
- Wadding 1639 V-X.
- Scan of Wadding Vol 5 part 1 (Prologue and Dist. 1-7)
- European library scan of Wadding Vol 5 part 2 (Dist 8-48)
- Prologue Volume One of the Critical Edition, by Peter Simpson.
- Ordinatio I d.1-2. Volume Two of the Critical Edition by Peter Simpson.
- Ordinatio I d.4-10 Volume Four of the Critical Edition by Peter Simpson.
- Ordinatio I d.11-25 Volume Five of the Critical Edition by Peter Simpson.
- Ordinatio I d.26-48 Volume Six of the Critical Edition by Peter Simpson.
- Ordinatio I D.3. translated as 'On Being and Cognition', John van den Bercken, Fordham University 2016.