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THE 2010 TABLE OF TABLES

These pages are for the leisurely scholar who is not looking for anything in particular but wants to be informed about what is going on in the field of medieval philosophy outside his or her specialty. While it is of course possible to use the "Find" function of the browser to search for a name or a term in the titles, other keywords contained in the articles are not included (for targeted searches, see the bio/bibliographical section). The articles are not sorted by topic, author or period. The tables of contents of the journals simply are compiled in this table of the tables so as to make possible to get a sense of the current production at a glance.

As many a journal publishes issues with some lateness with regard to the "official" date, the bibliography below may need to be finalized later. After the title of a journal, "ipy"indicates how many issues per year are to be expected. When the last issue(s) in the year have been published and checked but contain no paper on medieval philosophy, I specify: "NTR" (nothing to report). When the first issue(s) in the year are not mentionned (in other words, if the table for a given journal starts with, for example, issue 3), or when an intemediary issue is not mentionned (for instance, issues 1 and 3 are mentionned, but not issue 2), it is implicit that there was nothing to report in these issues.

All omissions are unintentional. I'll be happy to complete the bibliographies with information sent to me.

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2010 Papers

 

Alpha omega : rivista di filosofia e teologia dell'Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, 13 (2-3 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Jesús Villagrasa, L.C., Review of Metafisica della sostanza. Partecipazione e analogia entis, by Thomas Tyn, O.P., 162.

Issue 2

Issue 3: NTR.


American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly
, 84 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 3

Issue 4


Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía, 27 (1-2 ipy).

Issue 1 (only issue in 2010)


Angelicum, 87 (3 ipy).          

Fasc. 1

  • Ludger Honnefelder, “Wisdom on the Way of Science: Christian Theology and the Universe of Sciences According to St. Albert the Great,” 25-44.
  • Giovanni Vezzosi, “Relazioni reali divine come condizione necessaria per le distinzione personali,” 137-147.

Fasc. 2

  • Tommaso Stancati, O.P., “The Eschatology of the De Sacramentis Christianae Fidei of Hugh of St. Victor (12th c.) (Liber II, Pars XVI: De fine hominis): Part I,” 239-271.
  • Edward L. Krasevac, O.P., “The Intractably Hard Cases of Lethal Defense of Life: Continuing Reflections on Praeter Intentionem,” 273-282.
  • Benedict M. Guevin, O.S.B., “Anselm and Aquinas on Satisfaction,” 283-290.
  • Joseph Li Vecchi, “Aquinas on the Matter of the Mind,” 371-382.
  • Joan B. Martínez Porcell, “L’ontologia della persona come subsistens distinctum secondo san Tommaso d’Aquino,” 383-403.


Annuario Filosofico
, 26 (1 ipy): NTR.


Anuario Filosófico (Universidad de Navarra), 43 (3 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Cruz González-Ayesta, “Presentacion,” 9-23.
  • Fernando Inciarte, “Contingencia y libre voluntad: observaciones sobre el concepto de la dignidad humana,” 27-73.
  • Cruz González-Ayesta, “Es la voluntad un apetito o un ‘poder? La perspectiva de Duns Escoto,” 77-102.
  • Timothy B. Noone, “Juan Iribarne e Uraburu sobre lo voluntario, la voluntad y la naturaleza,” 103-118.
  • Costantino Esposito, “Francisco Suarez: la natura, la grazia e la causa della liberta,” 119-148.
  • Santiago Orrego, “Recepcion suareciana de las doctrinas de Domingo de Soto sobre la causalidad y la libertad,” 149-168.
  • Paula Oliveira E. Silva, “Limites y alcance de la beatitud natural en el De fine ultimo hominis de Francisco Suarez,” 169-193.

Issue 3

  • Fernando G. Martin De Blassi, “Acedia y tedio en Tomás de Aquino. Una cuestión de inapetencia espiritual?” 625-642.
  • Manuel Lázaro, “Theologia magistra philosophiae. Un ejemplo: la lectura teológica de la naturaleza y el naturalismo filosófico en el siglo XII,”  643-665.


Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 20 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Archa Verbi. Yearbook for the Study of Medieval Theology, 7 (1 ipy).

  • Peter Gemeinhardt, “Prayer Seeking Understanding. St. Anselm’s Early Prayers and Meditations in Context,” 58-67.
  • Ulrich Horst, “Wunder und Bekehrung nach dem Johanneskommentar des hl. Thomas von Aquin,” 79-104.
  • Markus Enders, “Die Bedeutung einer christlichen Philosphie der monotheistischen Weltreligionen im frühen Mittelalter für das interreligiöse Gespräch der Gegenwart,” 143-165.
  • Thomas Marschler, Review of Ancilla theologiae? Theologie und Wissenschafen bei Roger Bacon, by Frank Finkenberg, 189.
  • Andrés Quero-Sánchez, Review of Theological Quodlibetal in the Middle Ages. The Thirteenth Century, edited by Christopher Schabel, and Theological Quodlibetal in the Middle Ages. The Fourtheenth Century, edited by Idem, 195.
  • Enzo Portalupi, Review of La pace in Tommaso d’Aquino, by Fabrizio Truini, 196.
  • Julio Cesar Lastra Sheridan, Review of Dionysius Aerogapito. Leben, Werk, Wirkung, by Beate Regina Suchla, 202.
  • Thomas Marschler, Review of Roger Bacon, by Gunther Mensching, 208.


Archive for History of Exact Sciences
, 64 (6 ipy)

Issue 1


Archives de Philosophie, 73 (4 ipy). NTR.


Archives d’Histoire Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen-Âge
, LXVII (1 ipy).


Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences, 60  (2 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2


Archivum Franciscanum Historicum
, 103 (4 ipy).

Fasc. 1-2

Fasc. 3-4


Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 92 (3 ipy).

Issue 2

  • Richard Cross, “Henry of Ghent on the Reality of Non-Existing Possibles – Revisited,” 115-132.

Issue 3: NTR.


Archivium Latinitatis Medii Aevi
, 68 (1 ipy).

Issue 1


Augustinianum, 50 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Augustinian Studies, 41 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 88 (4 ipy). NTR.


Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter
,14 (1 ipy).

2009-2011 issue

  • Udo Reinhold Jeck, “Platons Götter im lateinischen Mittelalter: Ein Beitrag zur Rezeption des platonischen Timaios bei Augustin, Calcidius und Albertus Magnus,” 157-190.
  • Andrés Quero-Sánchez, “Über die Nichtigkeit des Gegebenen: Schellings und Hegels Verteidigung des ontologischen Arguments und der Deutsche Idealismus im Spätmittelalter,” 191-232.
  • Egbert P. Bos, “Nicholas of Amsterdam’s Conceptualism in his Commentary on the Logica vetus,” 233-298.


British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 18 (4-6 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 5


Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale, 52 (1 ipy).


Byzantinische Forschungen, Internationale Zeitschrift für Byzantinistik: N/A


Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin
, 79 (1 ipy).


Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 40 (4 ipy). NTR


Chôra
, 7-8 (2009-2010) (1 ipy).


Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 58 (6 ipy). NTR


Dialogue
, 49 (4 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 3


Dionysius
, 28 (1 ipy).

  • Stephen Gersh, “Dionysius’ On Divine Names Revisited: A Structural Analysis,” 77-96.
  • Timothy Riggs, “Erôs, the Son, and the Gods as Metaphysical Principles in Proclus and Dionysius,” 97-130.
  • Matthew D. Walz, “The ‘Logic’ of Faith Seeking Understanding: A Propaedeutic for Anselm’s Proslogion,” 131-166.
  • Eric D. Perl, “Neither One Nor Many: God and the Gods in Plotinus, Proclus, and Aquinas,” 167-192.


Discusiones Filosóficas, 16-17 (2 ipy): NTR

 

Documenti E Studi Sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale, 21 (1 ipy)


Early Science and Medicine, 15 (6 ipy)

Issue 3

Issue 4-5

Issue 6


Faith and Philosophy
, 27 (4 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 4


Falsafe va Kalam-e Eslami (Iranian Journal For The Philosophy & Kalam) (Maqalat wa Barrasiha)
, 42-43 (2 ipy).

Volume 42, Issue 2

Volume 43, Issue 1


Filozofia, 65 (10 ipy).
 
Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 6

Issueq 7-10: NTR.


Franciscan Studies
, 68 (1 ipy).

  • Wendy Petersen Boring, “Revising our Approach to ‘Augustinian Illumination’: A Reconsideration of Bonaventure’s Quaestiones disputatae de scientia Christi IV, Aquinas’s Summa theologiae Ia.84, 1-8, and Henry of Ghent’s, Summa quaestionum ordinarum, Q.2, art. 1, 2,” 39-81.
  • Timothy J. Johnson, “Preaching Precedes Theology: Roger Bacon on the Failure of Mendicant Education,” 83-95.
  • Gerard Delahoussaye, “Friend and Hero: Scotus’s Quarrel with Aristotle over the Kalon,” 97-135.
  • Alice Lamy, “Le lieu selon Walter Burley,” 137-158.
  • Alice Lamy, “Les théories quantitatives de la matière dans le Traité des formes (Pars prior) de Walter Burley,” 159-177.
  • Girard J. Etzkorn, “Marcus of Orvieto 'On the pelican',” 179-185.


Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie, 57 (2 ipy).

Heft 1

  • Tobias Davids, “Kinder im Paradies. Bemerkungen zu einem Gedankenexperiment bei Thomas von Aquin,” 12-23.
  • Ludwig Hödl, “Die ‘Notabilia cancellarii’ in der Pariser Sentenzenerklärung des Duns Scotus und die Diskussion der welteistlichen Magister 1307 in Paris über die Relation,” 24-49.

Heft 2

  • Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen, Ruedi Imbach, Catherine König-Pralong, “Thomistes allemands du XIVe siècle: lectures, stratégies d’appropriation, divergences,” 227-244.
  • William J. Courtenay, “The Educational and Intellectual Framework of German Dominicans in the Late 13th and Early 14th Centuries,” 245-259.
  • Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen, “Thomas von Aquin und der Dominikanerorden. Lehrtraditionen bei den Mendikanten des späten Mittelalters,” 260-285.
  • Alessandra Beccarisi, “Johannes Picardi de Lichtenberg: un exemple de thomisme dans l’horizon culturel allemande,” 286-302.
  • Marialucrezia Leone, “La libertá del volere in Giovanni Picardi di Lichtenberg,” 303-334.
  • Marienza Benedetto, “Materia, corpi ed estensione in Giovanni Picardi di Lichtenberg,” 335-368.
  • Susanne Kaup, “Gerhard von Sterngassen OP – ein Beitrag zur Rezeption thomasischen Gedankengutes im Kontext pastoral-praktischer Theologie,” 369-392.
  • Gianfranco Pellegrino, “Un contributo al dibattito storiografico sul tomismo Tedesco. Le dimensioni indeterminate nella Summa di Nicola di Strasburgo,” 393-409.
  • Ubaldo Villani-Lubelli, “‘Sicut sentit frater Thomas. . .’ – war Heinrich von Lübeck ein Thomist?” 410-424.
  • Russell L. Friedman, Review of Medieval Trinitarian Thought from Aquinas to Ockham, by Gilles Emery, 493.
  • William J. Courtenay, Review of Ockham and Ockhamism. Studies in the Dissemination and Impact of his Thought, by William Duba, 496.
  • Vasileios Syros, Review of Die Rezeption der aristotelischen politischen Philosophie bei Marsilius von Padua. Eine Untersuchung zur ersten Diktion des Defensor Pacis, by Dirk Lüddecke, 498.


Giornale di Metafisica
, 32 (3 ipy).

Issue 3

  • Constantino Esposito, “‘Al di sopra’, ‘attraverso’, ‘al di lá’: Heidegger, Suárez, Tommaso nella storia della metafisica,” 553-586.
  • Antonio Allegra, “Meinong prima di Meinong: alcune note per una storia degli oggetti impossibili,” 595-609.


Gregorianum, 91 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Manlio Della Serra, “Non omnia potens. Spunti per una grammatica dell’onnipotenza in Anselmo d’Aosta,” 29-42.

Issues 2, 3, 4: NTR.


Heythrop Journal
, 51 (6 ipy).

Issue 2

  • Daniel Daly, “The Relationship of Virtues and Norms in the Summa Theologiae,” 214-229.
  • Francis Michael Walsh, “The Villain Who Confused Moral Theology,” 268-287.
  • Patrick Madigan, Review of The Specification of Human Actions in St Thomas Aquinas, by Joseph Pilsner, 329.
  • Alexander Lucie-Smith, Review of Thomas Aquinas, Disputed Questions on the Virtues, edited by E. M. Atkins and Thomas Williams, translated by E.M. Atkins, 329-330.
  • Sean Otto, Review of Perfecting Human Actions: St. Thomas Aquinas on Human Participation in Eternal Law, by John Rziha, 331-332.
  • Patrick Madigan, Review of The Disfigured Face: Traditional Natural Law and Its Encounter with Modernity, by Luis Cortest, 338.

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issues 5, 6: NTR.


History and Philosophy of Logic
, 31 (4 ipy).
 
Issue 2

  • Stephen Read, “Field's Paradox and Its Medieval Solution,” 161-176

Issues 3, 4: NTR.


History of Philosophy Quarterly
, 27 (4 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR.


International Journal for Philosophy of Religion
, 67-68 (6 ipy).

Vol. 67, Issue 1

  • Janine Idziak, Review of The Unchanging God of Love: Thomas Aquinas & Contemporary Theology on Divine Immutability, 2nd edition, by Michael J. Dodds, O.P., 49-53.

Vol. 67, Issues 2, 3; Vol. 68: NTR


International Journal in Philosophy and Theology
(formerly Bijdragen), 71 (4-5 ipy). NTR.

International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 18 (5 ipy). NTR


International Philosophical Quarterly
, 50 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 6 (1 ipy).

  • Shigeru Kamada, “Mullā Ṣadrā’s imāma/walāya: An Aspect of His Indebtedness to Ibn ʿn Asp,” 67-78.
  • Yanis Eshots, “‘Substantial Motion’ and ‘New Creation’ in Comparative Context,” 79-92.


Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy
, 18 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2: NTR.


Journal of Philosophical Logic
, 39 (6 ipy).

Issue 2

  • Sara L. Uckelman, “Logic and the Condemnations of 1277,” 201-227.

Issues 3-6: NTR.


Journal of Philosophical Research
, 35 (1 ipy). NTR

Journal of the History of Ideas, 71 (4 ipy). NTR


Journal of the History of Philosophy
, 48 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR.


The Journal of Religion
, 90 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3, 4: NTR.


Journal of Religious Ethics
, 38 (4 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 4


Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 73 (1 ipy). NTR


Laval théologique et philosophique, 66 (3 ipy).

Numéro 1

Numéro 2

Numéro 3: NTR.


Médiévales, 58-59 (2 ipy). NTR


Mediaevalia
, 31 (1 ipy)


Mediaevalia. Textos e estudos
, 29  (1 ipy)


Mediaeval Sophia, 7-8 (1-2 ipy).

Issue 1 (Volume 7)

Issue 2 (Volume 8)


Mediaeval Studies, 72 (1 ipy).

  • Mary Agnes Edsall, “Learning from the Exemplar: Anselm’s Prayers and Meditations and the Charismatic,” 161-196.
  • Atria A. Larson, “The Influence of the School of Laon on Gratian: The Usage of the Glossa ordinaria and Anselmian Sententiae in De penitentia (Decretum C.33 Q.3),” 197-244.
  • David Porreca, “Albertus Magnus and Hermes Trismegistus: An Update,” 245-281.
  • Victor Salas, “Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas on the Analogy between God and Creatures,” 283-312.


Medioevo. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale, 10 (1 ipy).

  • Francesco Bottin, “Unibilitas. Back to the Source of the Soul’s Unibility to the Body,” 9-37.
  • Marco Rainini, “Claruit sub Conrado imperatore tertio. Corrado di Hirsau e le testimonianze di Johannes Trithemius: una riconsiderazione,” 37-81.
  • Constant J. Mews, Clare Monagle, “Peter Lombard, Joachim of Fiore, and the Fourth Lateran Council,” 81-123.
  • Mark Clark, “Peter Comestor and Stephen Langton: Master and Student, and Co-Makers of the Historia scholastic,” 123-151.
  • Magdalena Bieniak, Giovanni Paolo Maggioni, Riccardo Quinto, “Le quaestiones di Stefano Langton su i doni dello Spirito Santo e sul sacrificio di Abramo,” 151-257.
  • Massimiliano d’Alessandro, “La quaestio di Stefano Langton su uita contemplatiua et actiua,” 257-291.
  • Irene Zavattero, “La definizione di philosophia moralis dell’anonimo ‘Commento di Parigi’ (1235-1240),” 291-323.
  • Caterina Tarlazzi, “Il manoscritto 469 della Biblioteca Teresiana di Mantova e Alchero ‘di Clairvaux,’” 323-341.


Micrologus, 18 (1 ipy).


Midwest Studies In Philosophy, 34  (1 ipy): NTR


Mind
, 119  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issues 3 – 4: NTR


The Modern Schoolman
, 87 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3/4: NTR.


The Monist
, 93 (4 ipy). NTR

New Scholasticism = American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly

Noûs, 44 (4 ipy). NTR


Nova et Vetera
, 8 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Angelo Campodonico, “Hans Urs von Balthasar’s Interpretation of the Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas,” 33-53.
  • Shawn Colberg, “Accrued Eyes and Sixth Digits: Thomas Aquinas and Cardinal Cajetan on Christ’s Single Esse and the Union of Natures,” 55-87.
  • Lawrence Dewan, “St. Thomas, Steven Long, and Private Self-Defense,” 191-205.
  • Daniel McInerny, “Commentary on Steven A. Long’s The Teleological Grammar of the Moral Act,” 207-213.

Issue 2

  • Romanus Cessario, “Scholarship and Sanctity: A Lesson Aquinas Teaches the Priest and Seminarian,” 233-249.

 Issue 3

  • Mark Armitage, “Obedient unto Death, Even Death on a Cross: Christ's Obedience in the Soteriology of St. Thomas Aquinas,” 505-526.
  • Leo J. Elders, “Faith and Reason: The Synthesis of St. Thomas Aquinas,” 527-552.
  • Paul Gondreau, “The Natural Law Ordering of Human Sexuality to (Heterosexual) Marriage: Towards a Thomistic Philosophy of the Body,” 553-592.
  • Guy Mansini, “Tight Neo-Platonist Henology and Slack Christian Ontology: Christianity as an Imperfect Neo-Platonism,” 593-611.
  • Thomas M. Osborne Jr., “Unbelief and Sin in Thomas Aquinas and the Thomistic Tradition,” 613-626.
  • Servais Pinckaers, O.P., “The Natural Desire to See God,” 627-646.

Issue 4

  • Serge-Thomas Bonino, “To Be a Thomist,” 763-773.
  • Henry Donneaud, “Theology in the School of St. Thomas,” 775-782.
  • Gilbert Narcisse, “Thomistic Realism?” 783-798.
  • Gilbert Narcisse, “Christ according to Saint Thomas,” 813-826.
  • Charles Morerod, “Thomism and Ecumenism,” 839-851.
  • Serge-Thomas Bonino, “The Thomist Tradition,” 869-881.

 
Oriens, 38 (1 ipy).


Philosopher’s Imprint, 2010 (multi ipy). NTR


Philosophia
, 38(4 ipy)

Issue 1:

Issue 2-4: NTR


The Philosophical Quarterly
, 60 (4 ipy).

Issue 240

  • Katherine Chambers, Review of Augustine and Roman Virtue, by Brian Harding, 641-643.


The Philosophical Review
, 119 (4 ipy). NTR

Philosophical Studies, 147-151 (15 ipy). NTR

Philosophical Topics, 38 (2 ipy). NTR

Philosophiques, 37 (2 ipy): NTR


Philosophy and Theology, 22 (2 ipy).

Issue 1/2


Philosophy Compass
, 5 (12 ipy).

Issue 8

Issues 9-12: NTR.


Praxis Filosófica
,30-31  (2 ipy): NTR


Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association
, 84 (1 ipy).

 
Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics (1 ipy): no 2010 Volume.


Quaestio. Annuario di storia della metafisica
, 10 (1 ipy).


Quaestiones Disputatae, 1 (1 ipy)


Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales, 77 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Religious Studies, 46 (4 ipy). NTR

Res Philosophica = The Modern Schoolman.


The Review of Metaphysics
, 63-64 (4 ipy).

Volume 63, Issue 4:

  • Jude P. Dougherty, Review of Sur les traces de Saint Thomas d’Aquin, théologien: Étude de ses commentaires bibliques Thèmes théologiques by Leo J. Elders, 917.

Volume 64, Issue 1

Volume 64, Issue 2 (final issue in 2010): NTR.


Revue de l’Histoire des Religions
, 2010 (4 ipy).

Issue 2


Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et théologiques, 94 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 3

Issue 4


Revue des Sciences Religieuses
, 84 (2-4) (1-4 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 4


Revue d’Études Augustiniennes et Patristiques, 56 (2 ipy).

Issue 2


Revue d'Histoire des Sciences, 63 (2 ipy). NTR.


Revue Philosophique de la France et de l'Étranger
, 135 (4 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR.


Revue Philosophique de Louvain
, 108 (4 ipy).

Issue 4


Revue Thomiste, 110 (4 ipy).

Issue1

  • Fr. Joseph d’Amécourt, O.P., « Religion et droit naturel chez saint Thomas d’Aquin, » 139-188.

 Issue 3

  • P. Bernard Montagnes, « L’exaltation de saint Thomas d’Aquin à Toulouse en 1628, » 445-462.

Issue 4

  • Fr. Marie Leblanc, « Tamquam aliquid sui: Dieu nous aime comme quelque chose de lui-même, » 595-614.
  • Serge-Thomas Bonino, O.P., Review of Un franciscain à Paris au milieu du XIIIe siècle. Le maître en en théologie Eustache d’Arras, by Sophie Delmas, 730 – 734.


Rivista di Filosofia Neoscolastica, 102 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Erik Norvelle, “Un caso medievale di intertestualità complessa: ‘forma’ nel commento di san Tommaso alle Sentenze di Pier Lombardo,” 81-101.

Issue 3

  • Giacomo Gambale, “Il primiloquium di Adamo la ‘filosofia del linguaggio’ in De Vulg. I IV 4,” 391-425.

Issue 4

  • Anna Rodolfi, “Interpretazioni dell’ilemorfismo universale nella scuola francescana: Bonaventura, Bacone e Olivi,” 569-590.
  • Juan Fernando Sellés, “El intelecto agente según Chrysostomi Iavelli Canapicii (S. XVI),” 603-618.

 
Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 2012 (4 ipy).

Fascicolo 1

Fascicolo 4


Southwestern Journal of Philosophy = Philosophical Topics

Southwest Philosophy Review, 26 (2 ipy). NTR


Speculum
, 85 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Studia Neoaristotelica, 7(2-3 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2 (final issue in 2010)


Studi Francescani NA


Studi Medievali
, 51 (2 ipy).

Fasc. 2

  • Juan Fernando Sellés, “Qué ‘separatio’, según Tomás de Aquino, es el método de la metafísica?” 755-777.


Synthese, 172-177 (multi ipy). NTR


Tijdschrift voor Filosofie
, 72 (4 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR.
                                     

The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review
, 74 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Gregory F. LaNave, “Bonaventure's Arguments for the Existence of God and an ‘Independent de Deo uno,” 57-84.
  • Paul A. Macdonald JR., “Original Justice, Original Sin, and the Free-Will Defense,” 105-141.
  • John M. McDermott, S.J., The Trinitarian Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas, by Gilles Emery O.P., 143-147.
  • Reinhard Hotter, Review of Perfecting Human Actions: St. Thomas Aquinas on Human Participation in the Eternal Law, by John Rziha, 152-156.

Issue 2

  • Thomas M Osborne, Jr., “Thomas and Scotus on Prudence Without All the Major Virtues: Imperfect or Merely Partial?” 165-188.
  • William C. Mattison III, “Thomas's Categorization of Virtue: Historical Background and Contemporary Significance,” 189-235.
  • Kevin F. Keiser, “The Moral Act in St. Thomas: A Fresh Look,” 237-282.
  • Reinhard Hotter, Review of Thomistenlexicon, edited by David Berger and Jorgen Vijgen, 326-328.
  • Brian Chrzastek, Review of Aesthetic Perception: A Thomist Perspective, by Kevin E. O'Reilly, 332.

Issue 3

  • Gregory M. Reichberg, “Aquinas on Battlefield Courage,” 337-368.
  • Guy Mansini, O.S.B., “Are the Principles of sacra doctrina per se nota?,” 407-435.
  • Gregory F. LaNave, “Why Holiness is Necessary for Theology: Some Thomistic Distinctions,” 437-459.
  • Thomas Joseph White, O.P., Review of The Natural Desire to See God According to St. Thomas Aquinas and His Interpreters, by Lawrence Feingold, 461-466.
  • Trent Pomplin, Review of In Defense of Common Sense: Lorenzo Valla's Humanist Critique of Scholastic Philosophy, by Lodi Nauta, 467-470.
  • Edgardo Colô​​​​​​​n-Emeric, Review of Thomas Aquinas on the Passions, by Robert Miner, 481-484.
  • David Burrell C.S.C., Review of Logos and Revelation: Ibn 'Arabi, Meister Eckhart, and Mystical Hermeneutics, by Robert J. Dobie, 485-488.

Issue 4

  • Gilles Emery, O.P., “The Centrality of the Divine Missions in St. Thomas's Trinitarian Theology,” 515-561.
  • Lawrence Feingold, Review of Surnaturel: A Controversy at the Heart of Twentieth-Century Thomistic Thought, edited by Serge-Thomas Bonino O.P., 632-635.
  • M. Michele Mulchahey, Review of Reclaiming Moral Agency: The Moral Philosophy of Albert the Great, by Stanley B. Cunningham, 642-644.


Tópicos. Revista de Filosofia, 38-39 (2 ipy).

Número 39


Topoi, 29 (1-2 ipy): NTR


Traditio
, 65
(1 ipy)


Vivarium
, 48 (4 ipy).

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Issue 3-4

 

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science, 45 (4 ipy): NTR

 

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