"Reader Edition"? Does this mean that this book, which is clearly loaded with citations and cross-references to other works in Logos, will not link to them? This is very obviously not a book you read cover-to-cover like a novel and is really primarily useful for theological research.
- As with so many Verbum resources, one has to search and find the citations in one's library and link it to the reference with a note anchor. Ditto for quite a few bad links and have to be corrected by the same process. Pretty sad and frustrating for such a capable platform, which is so touted by the Company as being a time-saver by virtue of the metadata and resource linkage. Send a correction edit request and get a validation response (we don't see anything here), putting the monkey back on the customer's back. BTW, there really needs to be more resources on the subject. How about Garrigou-lagrange and Bouyer books to compliment the Teilhard de Chardin, de Lubac, and Blondel stuff?