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This work provides a short-title guide to the some 800 editions of the works of Peter Ramus and of his literary associate, Omer Talon (ca. 1510–1562), as well as to the sequence of works in the various Ramist disputes, together with a guide to some 400 persons involved, pro or con, in Ramism, and to editions of Rudolf Agricola’s Dialectical Invention. The book also includes a descriptive catalogue (with locations of copies).