This might seem to be a strange question, but I can't seem to get my head around it.
- I am trying to cite from Anselm's "On Truth", which is part of a compilation.
- I have read it in Oxford World Classics' Anselm of Canterbury: The Major Works.
- "On Truth" was translated from Latin into English by Ralph McInery, but other parts of the volume were translated by others.
- On top of that, this version of Anselm of Canterbury: The Major Works is a reissued edition. The original was published in 1998.
- The original "On Truth" (De veritate in Latin) was published around 1080.
What I thought that could be a solution is the following (in a reference list):
Anselm. (2008). On Truth (R. McInery, Trans.). In B. Davies & G. Evans (Eds.), *Anselm of Canterbury: The Major Works* (pp. 151-174). USA: Oxford University Press. (Reissue edition. Original edition 1998. Original work published around 1080).
*this means that the text contained within is in italics*
I do not know
- whether this is correct;
- how I would cite this source in a text.
But because there are so many factors to keep in mind, it is hard to know whether this is completely correct.