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These pages are meant for leisurely scholars who are not looking for anything in particular but want to be informed about what is going on in the field of medieval philosophy outside their specialty. While it is possible to use the "Find" function of your 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. This table of the tables simply compiles the tables of contents of the journals so as to give a sense of the current production at a glance. In addition, the reported reviews provide information about some of the books published.

As many a journal releases issues long after the official date, the bibliography below may need to be finalized at a later date. After the title of a journal, "ipy"indicates how many issues per year are normally published. When the last issue in the year has been published but contain no paper on medieval philosophy, I specify: "NTR" (nothing to report) so as to make clear that no other relevant article is to be expected. On the other hand, when the first issue(s) in the year are not mentionned (in other words, if the table for a given journal starts with e.g. issue 3), or when intermediary issues are not mentionned (e.g., issues 1 and 3 are mentionned, but not issue 2), for the sake of brievety I simply omit them and it is left implicit that there was nothing to report in those issues.

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2013 Papers


Alpha omega: rivista di filosofia e teologia dell'Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, 16 (2-3 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Jason A. Mitchell LC, “Aquinas on the Ontological and Theological Foundation of the Transcendentals,” 39-78.
  • Giuseppe D'Acunto, Review of Il pensiero contemporaneo secondo J. Maritain, by Piero Viotto, 155-158.

Issue 2

  • Angela Tagliafico, “Comparazione della fase iniziale degli itinerari spirituali di Ignazio di Loyola e Teresa d’Avila,” 289-309.
  • Mauro Gagliardi, Review of Nani sulle spalle dei giganti. Maestri e allievi nel medioevo, by P. Riché and J. Verger, 317-319
Issue 3

  • José Antonio Izquierdo Labeaga, “La semantica della parola ‘natura’ e l’essenza dinamica dell’uomo, secondo S. Tommaso,” 389-397.
  • Jason A. Mitchell, “From Aristotle’s Four Causes to Aquinas’ Ultimate Causes of Being: Modern Interpretations,” 399-414.
  • Angela Tagliafico, “Elementi peculiari della dottrina spiritual di Caterina da Siena,” 453-470.
  • Mauro Gagliardi, Review of Divisione della natura, by Giovanni Scoto Eriugena, edited by N. Gorlani, 477-480.

American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly
, 87
(4 ipy).

Issue 1, Winter 2013

  • Sarah Powrie, “The Importance of Fourteenth-Century Natural Philosophy for Nicholas of Cusa’s Infinite Universe,” 33-53.
  • James B. Reichmann, S.J., “Edith Stein, Thomas Aquinas, and the principle of individuation,” 55-86.
  • Charles M. Zola, “Prudential Elder Care: A Thomistic Approach,” 137-164.
  • Gaven Kerr, O.P., Review of Words of Wisdom: A Philosophical Dictionary for the Perennial Tradition, by John W. Carlson, 197-199.
  • Corey Miller, Review of The Second-Person Perspective in Aquinas’s Ethics: Virtues and Gifts, by Andrew Pinsent, 207-211.
  • James Jacobs, Review of Dynamic Transcendentals: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty from a Thomistic Perspective, by Alice Ramos, 211-213.

Issue 3, Summer 2013

  • Travis Dumsday, “A Thomistic response to the problem of divine hiddenness,” 365-377.
  • William E. Tullius, “Haecceitas as value and as moral horizon: a scotist contribution to the project of a phenomenological ethics,” 459-480.
  • John Haldane, “Is the Soul the Form of the Body?,” 481-493.
  • William Hasker, “The Dialectic of Soul and Body,” 495-509.
  • John Haldane, “Response to William Hasker’s ‘The Dialectic of Soul and Body?’” 511-515.
  • William Hasker, “Response to John Haldane’s ‘Is the Soul the Form of the Body,’” 517-520.
  • Walter Redmond, Review of Die Rezeption Edith Steins: Internationale Edith-Stein-Bibliographie 1942–2012: Festgabe für M. Amata Neyer, OCD, by Francesco Alfieri, OFM, 541-543.
  • Christopher J. Malloy, Review of Analogia Entis: On the Analogy of Being, Metaphysics, and the Act of Faith, by Steven A. Long, 556-560.
  • Kevin M. Staley, Review of Anselm of Canterbury and the Desire for the Word, by Eileen Sweeney, 560-564.

Issue 4, Fall 2013

  • Andrew T. LaZella, “As Light Belongs to Air. Thomas Aquinas and Meister Eckhart on the existential rootlessness of creatures,” 567-591.
  • Victor M. Salas, Jr., “Albert the Great and ‘univocal analogy’,” 611-635.
  • Nicholas Kahm, “Divine Providence in Aquinas’s Commentaries on Aristotle’s Physics and Metaphysics, and Its Relevance to the Question of Evolution and Creation,” 637-656.
  • Francisco J. Romero Carrasquillo, Hilaire K. Troyer de Romero, “Aquinas on the Inferiority of Woman,” 685-710.
  • Patrick Toner, Review of Beauty and Being: Thomistic Perspectives, by Piotr Jaroszyński, translated by Hugh McDonald, 786-788.
  • R. Mary Hayden Lemmons, Review of Thomism and Tolerance, by John F. X. Knasas, 788-790.
  • James D. Madden, Review of On Determining What There Is: The Identity of Ontological Categories in Aquinas, Scotus, and Lowe, by Paul Symington, 804-806.

Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía
, 30
(1-2 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Diego l. Rosales Meana, “La música y los límites del mundo. Un estudio desde Agustín de Hipona y Eugenio Trías,” 27-47.
  • Leopoldo Prieto López, “Realidad, aliquidad y nihilidad en Suárez y la filosofía moderna: a propósito de la doctrina suareciana de los transcendentales,” 49-69.

Issue 2

  • Andrés Santa-María, “Plotino, las formas platónicas y el noûs aristotélico,” 311-330.
  • José Bellver, “Similitud e incomparabilidad divinas en el contexto del debate en torno al primado de la existencia y de la quiddidad en la filosofía islámica tardía,” 357-382.
  • Rodrigo Kalmy Bolton, “El Espíritu-Ángel. Sobre la espiritualización del ángel y la divinización del hombre en la mística islámica medieval,” 383-412.
  • José Higuera, Review of Opera Latina, Supplemetum Lullianum III. "Ha-Melacha Ha-Ketzara. A Hebrew Translation of Ramon Llull’s Ars brevis,” edited by H. Hames, 575-579.

, 90
(4 ipy).

Fasciculus 1

  • Matthew Levering, “Paul in the Summa theologiae’s treatise on the triune God,” 87-127.
  • Rafael Ramis Barceló, “El pensamiento jurídico de Santo Tomás y de Ramon Llull en el context politico e institucional del siglo XIII,” 189-216.
  • Antonio Russo, “San Tommaso ed Aristotele nella formazione di Franz Brentano (1838-1917),” 247-278.

Fasciculus 2

  • Jeffrey P. Froula, “The Structure of the Summa: What it Reveals About Christ’s Role in the Moral Life,” 343-369.
  • Arielle Harms, “The Moral Virtue of Christ: An Examination of Tertia Pars Question 7 Article 2,” 371-389.
  • Piotr Skonieczny, O.P., “La presunzione dell’imputabilità (can. 1321, 3 CIC/83): commento ad un disposto da abrogare,” 391-446.
  • Miguel Anxo Pena Gonázalez, Review of De la primera a la segunda ‘Escuela de Salamanca.’ Fuentes documentales y línea de investigación, by Felipe Trigueros, O.P., 482.

Fasciculus 3

  • Elisabetta Casadei, “Struttura, fonti dottrinali e contesti del ‘De vita contemplativa’ in Sent., II, d. 35, q. 1 e STh., II-II, q. 179-182 di Tommaso d’Aquino. Alcuni questioni preliminari per un’analisi teoretica,” 485-506.
  • Piotr Roszak, “Between Dialectics and Metaphor: Dynamics of the Exegetical Practice of Thomas Aquinas,” 507-534.
  • Gábor Ambrus, “Concordia, via, humilitas: Diagrammatic Method and the Understanding of History in Joachim of Fiore,” 535-561.
  • Irven Resnick, Review of A Companion to Albert the Great: Theology, Philosophy and the Sciences, by Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P., 635-641.
  • Paul Murray, O.P., Review of Aquinas at Prayer: The Bible, Mysticism and Poetry, by Berhnard Blankenhorn, O.P., 642-644.
  • Pasquale Porro, Review of Tommaso d’Aquino. Un profilo storicofilosofico, by Efrem Jindráček, O.P., 645-654.
  • Jorgen Vijgen, Review of The Status of Eucharistic Accidents “sine subiecto,” by Leo J. Elders, S.V.D, 659.

Fasciculus 4

  • John Baptist Ku, O.P., “Thomas Aquinas’ Careful Deployment of auctor and auctoritas in Trinitarian Theology,” 677-710.
  • Édouard Divry, O.P.,  “L’axiome de la hiérarchie des vérités,” 711-730.
  • Štěpán M. Filip, O.P. “’Imago repræsentativa passionis Christi’: La esencia del sacriicio eucarístico según Santo Tomás de Aquino,” 1031-1062.

Annuario Filosofico
, 29 (1 ipy): NTR

Anuario Filosófico
, 46
(3 ipy)

Issue 1

  • David Torrijos Castrillejo, Review of Averroes on Aristotle’s Metaphysics. An Annotated Translation of thue So-Called Epitome, edited by Rüdiger Arnzen, 201-203.
  • Alejandro G. Vigo, Review of Naturaleza y vida moral. Marco Tulio Cicerón y Tomás de Aquino, Colección de Pensamiento Medieval y Renacentista, by Laura E. Corso de Estrada, 206-209.
  • Carlos Ortiz de Landázuri, Review of Categories of the Temporal. An Inquiry into the Forms of the Finite Intellect, by Sebastian Rödl, 229-231.

Issue 2

  • Juan José Sanguineti, “Libertad, determinacion e indeterminacion en una perspectiva tomista,” 387-403.
  • Ignacio Silva, “Indeterminismo y providencia divina,” 405-422.
  • Miguel García-Valdecasas, Review of  Dynamic Transcendentals: Truth, Goodness, and Beauty from a Thomistic Perspective, by Alice M. Ramos, 462-464.

Issue 3: NTR.

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy
, 23
(2 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Chaim Meir Neria, “Al-Fārābī's lost commentary on the Ethics: new textual evidence,” 69-99.
  • Mohd Radhi Ibrahim, “Immediate knowledge according to Al-Qāḍī ʿabd Al-Jabbār,” 101-115.
  • Abdulrahman Al-Salimi, “Early Ibāḍī theological arguments on atoms and accidents,” 117-134.
  • Naomi Aradi, “The origins of the Kalām model of discussion on the concept of tawḥīd,”135-166.

Issue 2

  • Ayman Shihadeh, “The argument from ignorance and its critics in medieval Arabic thought,” 171-220.
  • Bijan Vahabzadeh, “Le commentaire d'Ibn Muʿāḏ sur le concept de rapport,” 221-276.
  • Joep Lameer, “Avicenna's concupiscence,” 277-289.
  • Elvira Wakelnig, “Al-Anṭākī's use of the lost arabic version of Philoponus' Contra Proclum,”291-317.
  • Chikara Sasaki, “D'Al-Khwārizmī à Descartes,” 319-325.

Archa Verbi
, 10
(1 ipy).

  • John Gavin, S.J., “The Incarnational Vision of John Scottus Eriugena,” 47-69.
  • Wanda Zemler-Cizewski, “‘Apud Hebraeos’: Jewish Sources in Peter Abelard’s Commentary on the Six Day Creation?” 70-87.
  • Claudia Heimann, “Beobachtungen zur Rezeption der Werke des Radulfus Ardens im ausgehenden Mittelalter,” 166-176. 
  • Rolf Schonberger, Review of Thomas von Aquin: Catena Auerea. Kommentar zu den Evangelien im Jahreskreis, by Marianne Schlosser and Florian Kohlbinger, 180-182.
  • John T. Slotemaker, Review of Intellectual Traditions of the Medieval University. The Use of Philosophical Psychology in Trinitarian Theology among the Franciscans and Dominicans, by Russell C. Friedman, 183-184.
  • Josep E. Rubio, Review of Raimundi Lulli Opera Latina 61-63, edited by Carla Compagno and Ulli Roth, 185-187.
  • Jean-Mitchell Counet, Review of Robert Grossetteste at Muncih. The “Abbreviatio” by Frater Andreas, O.F.M., of the Commentaries by Robert Grossetteste on the Pseudo-Dionysius, edited by James McEvoy, 188-189.
  • Klaus-Frédéric Johannes, Review of A Companion to Albert the Great. Theology, Philosophy, and the Sciences, edited by Irven M. Resnick, 196-198.
  • Rebecca Milena Fuchs, Review of Verisimilitude. Die epistemologischen Voraussetzungen der Gotteslechre Peter Abaelards, by Michael Seewald, 203-205.
  • Thomas Marschler, Review of Das Bild der Juden im Johannes-Kommentar des Thomas von Aquin. Ein Beitrag zur Biebelhermeneutik und Wissenschaftsgeschichte im 13. Jahrhundert, by Matthew Hammele, 215-216.
  • Thomas Marschler, Review of Christ’s Two Wills in Scholastic Thought. The Christology of Aquinas in its Historical Contexts, by Corey L. Barnes, 217-219.
  • Rainer Berndt, Review of Trinity and Creation. A Selection of Works of Hugh, Richard and Adam of St. Victor, edited by Boyd Taylor Coolman and Dade M. Coulter, 220-221.

Archive for History of Exact Sciences,
67 (6 ipy)

Issue 1

  • José Chabás, “Displaced tables in Latin: the Tables for the Seven Planets for 1340,” 1-42.

Issue 6

  • Leo Corry, “ Geometry and arithmetic in the medieval traditions of Euclid’s Elements: a view from Book II, ” 637-705.

Archives de Philosophie
, 76
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Romain Dufêtre, « Proximités des théories de l'image chez Maître Eckhart et Fichte. »
  • Jean-Christophe Lemaître, « Figures de l'unité. Schelling et Nicolas de Cues. »
  • Frédéric Vengeon, « Infini et logique spéculative. Deux philosophes de l'absolu: Nicolas de Cues et Hegel. »
  • Charles Théret, « Deux métaphysiques de la mobilité. Giordano Bruno ou Schelling. »

Issue 3

  • Julie Casteigt, « "Ni Conrad, ni Henri". Le fond de la personne est-il personnel, impersonnel ou sans fond dans les sermons allemands de Maître Eckhart? »

Issue 4

  • Florence Hulak, « L’avènement de la modernité. La commune médiévale chez Max Weber et Émile Durkheim. »

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

  • Leone Gazziero, « Et quoniam est quis tertius homo. Argument, exégèse, contresens dans la littérature latine apparentée aux sophistici elenchi d’Aristote », 7-48.
  • William J. Courtenay, « Francis Caracciolo, the Paris Chancellorship, and the Authorship of two Quodlibeta in Vat. lat. 932 », 49-89.
  • Fabián Alejandro Campagne, « Va-t’en, Saint Pierre d’enfer » : el discernimiento de espíritus en las visiones de la beata Ermine de Reims (1395-1396) », 85-121.
  • Franz Dolveck, « Le Diable convole : un sermon inédit d’Étienne de Tournai pour la Pentecôte », 123-146.
  • Sébastien Moureau, « Physics in the Twelfth Century: the Porta Elementorum of Pseudo-Avicenna’s Alchemical De Anima and Marius’ De Elementis », 147-222.
  • Frédérique Woerther, « La traduction arabo-latine par Hermann l’Allemand d’un passage perdu de la version arabe de la Rhétorique d’Aristote », 223-245.
  • Sophie Delmas et Chris Schabel, « Eustache d’Arras et la théologie trinitaire. La question 2 de divinarum personarum distinctione », 247-275.
  • Dragos Calma et Ruedi Imbach, « Heymeric de Campo, auteur d’un traité de métaphysique. Étude et édition partielle du colliget principiorum », 277-423.

Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences (2 ipy), 63.

Issue 1-2

  • Josep Casulleras, "The instruments and the exercise of astrology in the Medieval Arabic tradition," 517-540.
  • Montse Díaz-Fajardo, "The Ptolemaic concept of the Ruler (al-Mustawlī) Planet in Ibn ‘Azzūz’s astrological writing," 541-559.
  • Mariassunta Picardi, "Arte della memoria tra magia, filosofia e scienza. Il De umbris Idearum di Giordano Bruno," 561-587. 

Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 95 (3 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Sydney Penner: “Free and Rational: Suárez on the Will,” 1-35.

Issues 2, 3: NTR

Archivium Latinitatis Medii Aevi , 71 (1 ipy).

  • Eva Odelman, “Philosophisches im schwedischen Mittellatein,” 315-321.
  • Philipp Roelli, “Globale Untersuchung zum Sondervokabular des Thomas von Aquin,” 323-344.

Archivum Franciscanum Historicum
, 106
(4 ipy).

Fasciculi 1-2

Fasciculi 3-4

Augustinian Studies
, 44
(2 ipy).

Issue 1

  • J. Patout Burns, “Marital Fidelity as a remedium concupiscentiae: An Augustinian Proposal,” 1-35.
  • Melanie Webb, “’On Lucretia who slew herself’: Rape and Consolation in Augustine’s De ciuitate dei,” 37-58.
  • Paul Rigby, “Was Augustine a Narcissist?” 59-91
  • Ellen R. Scully, “De Musica as the Guide to Understanding Augustine’s Trinitarian Numerology in the De Trinitate,” 93-116.
  • Anne-Marie Schultz, Inner Grace, Review of Augustine in the Traditions of Plato and Paul," and Phillip Cary, "Outward Signs: The Powerlessness of External Things in Augustine’s Thought, by Philip Cary, 119-124
  • Paul J. Griffiths, Review of Once Out of Nature: Augustine on Time and the Body. By Andrea Nightingale, 136-141.
  • John Spano, Review of Augustine’s Early Theology of the Church: Emergence and Implications, 386–391, by David Alexander, 155-158.
  • Frederick Van Fleteren, Review of Generationenbeziehungen in den Confessiones des Augustinus. Theologie und literarische Form in der Spätantike, by J. Schultheiß, 164-166.
  • Matthew Drever, Review of Augustine and Roman Virtue, by Brian Harding, 171-175.
  • Kevin Grove, Review of Memory in Augustine’s Theological Anthropology, by Paige E. Hochschild, 180-183.
  • Franklin T. Harkins, Review of Henry of Ghent’s “Summa of Ordinary Questions” Articles Six to Ten on Theology, translated and annotated by Roland J. Teske, S.J., 184-187.

Issue 2

  • Brian Dunkle, S.J., “Humility, Prophecy, and Augustine’s Harmony of the Gospels,” 207-225.
  • Todd D. Vasquez, Review of On the Trinity, by Richard of St. Victor, translated by Ruben Angelici, 293-296.
  • Adam Ployd, Review of The Influence of Origen on the Young Augustine: A Chapter of the History of Origenism, by György Heidl, 297-300.
  • Reid B. Locklin, Review of The Divine Body in History: A Comparative Study of the Symbolism of Time and Embodiment in St. Augustine and Ramanuja, by  Ankur Barua, 301-303.
  • John Spano, Review of Restless Mind: Curiositas and the Scope of Inqury in St. Augustine’s Psychology, by Joseph Torchia, O. P., 304-307.
  • Jeremy David Wallace, Review of Augustine’s City of God: A Critical Guide, edited by James Wetzel, 308-310.
  • James A. Andrews, Review of Disciplining Christians: Correction and Community in Augustine’s Letters, by Jennifer Ebbeler, 311-314.
  • Phillip Cary, Review of The Theological Epistemology of Augustine’s De Trinitate, by  Luigi Gioia, OSB, 315-317.
  • Angus Paddison, Review of Hermeneutics and the Church: In Dialogue with Augustine, by James A. Andrews, 318-320.

Augustinianum, 53 (2 ipy)

Issue 1

  • Manuel Rodríguez Gervás, “El ayuno y el alimento en Agustín de Hipona. Consideraciones históricas,” 117 – 137.
  • Rocco Ronzani, “La tradizione manoscritta dei Dialogi di Gregorio Magno. Nota su una recente ricognizione,” 231 – 260.
  • Enrico Moro, Review of La Trinità, by Agostino, ed. Giovanni Catapano and Beatrice Cillerai, 267 - 271.
  • Giuseppe Caruso, Review of Sermoni di Erfurt, by Sant’Agostino, ed. Giovanni Catapano, 272.
  • Nello Cipriani, Review of Commento alla lettera ai Galati, by Agostino, ed. Francesca Cocchini, 273 - 274.
  • Giuseppe Caruso, Review of Pietro pastore della Chiesa. Il primato petrino negli scritti di Agostino d'Ippona, by Giuseppe Di Corrado, 274 - 276.
  • Rocca Ronzani, Review of All'ombra di Gregorio Magno, il notaio Paterio e il Liber testimoniorum, by F. Martello, 288 - 303.

Issue 2

  • John Rist, Review of Grace and the Will according to Augustine, by L. Karfíková, trans. By M. Janebová, 547 - 548.
  • Marie Pauliat, Review of Bernard de Clairvaux, Sermons variés, by S. Bernardi Opera, latin text by J. Leclercq, H. Rochais, and Ch. H. Talbot, ed. F. Callerot, 564 - 567.
  • Rocco Ronzani, Review of Te.Tra. 5. La trasmissione dei testi latini del Medioevo. Medieval Latin Text and their Transmission. Gregorius I Papa, ed. L. Castaldi, 583 - 586.
  • Giuseppe Caruso, Review of Peuple prophetique et nation témoin. Le peuple juif dans le Contra Faustum manichaeum de saint Augustin, by A. Massie, 593 - 596.

Australasian Journal of Philosophy,
91 (4 ipy): NTR.

Bijdragen: see International Journal for Philosophy and Theology

Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter
16 (1 ipy).

  • Véronique Decaix, “Les transcendantaux et l’Un: Dietrich de Freiberg à l’école de Thomas d’Aquin,” 146-162.     
  • Reinhold F. Glei, “Die merk-würdigen Modi Baroco und Bocardo: Zur Axiomatik der Syllogismen bei Aristoteles, Boethius und den moderni (mit einem Ausblick auf Kant),” 163-184
  • Olaf Pluta, “Nicholas of Amsterdam: Life and Works,” 185-265.
  • Sonja Schierbaum, “Questioning . . . Claude Panaccio,” 266-281.
  • Burkhard Mojsisch, Review of Albertus Magnus und die Kulturelle Wende im 13. Jahrhundert-Perspektiven auf die epochale Bedeutung des großen Philosophen und Theologen, by L. Honnefelder, 287.
  • Burkhard Mojsisch, Review of Kommentierte japanische Ausgabe der lateinischen Werke Meister Eckharts, Bd. V / U. Kern Der Gang der Vernunft bei Meister Eckhart, by Nakayama, 288-289.

British Journal for the History of Philosophy
, 21
(4-6 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Isabel Iribarren, Review of A Companion to Angels in Medieval Philosophy, edited by T. Hoffmann, 201-203.

Issue 2

  • Kara Richardson, “Avicenna's conception of the efficient cause,” 220-239.
  • Sydney Penner, “‘The Pope and Prince of All the Metaphysicians’: Some Recent Works on Suárez,” 393-403.

Issue 3

  • Antonio Donato, “Forgetfulness and misology in Boethius's Consolation of Philosophy,” 463-485.

Issue 4

  • Sandrine Berges, “Rethinking Twelfth-Century Virtue Ethics: the Contribution of Heloise,” 667-687.
  • Sharon Marie Kaye, Review of William of Ockham on Metaphysics, by Jenny E. Pelletier, 798-800.

Issue 5

  • Caleb Cohoe, “There must be a First: Why Thomas Aquinas Rejects Infinite, Essentially Ordered, Causal Series,” 838-856.

Issue 6

  • Tobias Hoffman, “Freedom Beyond Practical Reason: Duns Scotus on Will-Dependent Relations,” 1071-1090.

Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale
, 55
(1 ipy).

  • P. De Leemans, A. Hosoi et H. Takahashi, « Un manuscrit d’Aristoteles Latinus à la National Diet Library, Tokyo, Japon. »
  • D. Piché, « La signification de l’expression clef uniuersale per continentiam et ambitum dans le Commentaire sur l’Isagoge de Porphyre attribué à Jean le Page. »
  • G.K. Hasselhoff, « Towards an Edition of Ramon Martí’s Pugio fidei. »
  • G. Fernández Walker, « A New Source of Nicholas of Autrecourt’s Quaestio: The Anonymous Tractatus de sex inconvenientibus. »
  • M. Meliadò, « Axiomatic Wisdom: Boethius’ De hebdomadibus and the Liber de causis in Late-Medieval Albertism. »
  • B. Bartocci, S. Masolini and R.L. Friedman, « Reading Aristotle at the University of Louvain in the Fifteenth Century: A First Survey of Petrus de Rivo’s Commentaries on Aristotle (I). »
  • M. Toste, « The Commentaries on Thomas Aquinas’ Summa theologiae IaIIae qq.90-108 in Sixteenth-Century Salamanca: A Study of the Extant Manuscripts. »
  • F. Schmiga and P. Porro, « Transformations in the Study of Medieval Philosophy Documented by the Proceedings of the SIEPM Congresses: A Quantitative Analysis.»

Byzantinische Forschungen, Internationale Zeitschrift für Byzantinistik
. NA

Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin
, 82
(1 ipy).

  • Sten Ebbesen, “Simon of Faversham Quaestiones super librum De somno et vigilia An Edition,” 90-145.
  • C. Philipp E.Nothaft, “The Chronological Treatise Autores Kalendarii of 1317, Attributed to John of Murs: Text and introduction,” 1-89.

Canadian Journal of Philosophy
, 43 (4 ipy). NTR

, 11
(1 ipy).

  • Anne-Isabelle Bouton-Touboulic, « Les Confessions d’Augustin: une métamorphose de la parrhesia?  » 59-75.
  • Juvenal Savian Filho, « De nouveau sur la prescience et la causalité divines chez Boèce, » 91-115.
  • Giulio d’Onofrio, « Gli ‘alberi’ di Porfirio. Variazioni sulla gerarchia neoplatonica del reale nell’alto Medioevo, » 117-163.
  • Daniel Fărcaş, « Deus est intelligere et in intellectu. Sur la cohérence apophatique du système eckhartien, » 165-180.
  • Alain Galonnier, « L’idéal culturel de Boèce entre savoir des textes et textes du savoir,  » 245-262.

Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie
, (6 ipy). NTR

Dialogue, 52 (4 ipy). NTR

, XXXI (1 ipy).

  • Edward P. Butler, “The Henadic Origin of Procession in Damascius,” 79-100.
  • Gioacchino Curiello, “Pseudo-Dionysius and Damascius: An Impossible Identification,” 101-116.
  • Max Rohstock, “Nicholas of Cusa’s ‘Not-Other’: The Absolute as Negative Self-Reference,” 117-126.
  • Enrico Peroli, “Dialectic of Freedom: Hans Jonas and Augustine,” 141-160.

Discusiones Filosóficas
23 (2 ipy).

Issue 2 (Julio-Diciembre)

  • Sebastián Contreras, « El papel de la voluntad en la determinación del derecho natural: un estudio a partir de las enseñanzas de Domingo de Soto, Luis de León y Francisco Suárez, » 253-278.

Divus Thomas
, 116  (3 ipy)

Issue 1

  • Igor Agostini, “Amor sui boni in quantum boni. La fondazione autonoma dell’etica sul bene personale in padre Alberto Boccanegra,” 23 – 61.
  • Giovanni Bertuzzi, “Alle origini del paradigma dell’esperienza di Alberto Boccanegra,” 62 – 92.
  • Mauro Mantovani, “La ‘fondazione’ delle ‘cinque vie’ tomiste secondo padre Alberto Boccanegra,” 116 – 192.
  • Marco Salvioli, “Ripensare l’ontologia della persona. Considerazioni a margine di una lettera autografa di P. Alberto Boccanegra,” 193 – 200.
  • Athos Turchi, “P. Alberto Boccanegra e il principio di metafisica,” 201 – 272.

Issue 3

  • Roberto Lambertini, “Potere di Dio e poteri sugli uomini. Forza e limiti di un'analogia nella tradizione francescana tra XIII e XIV secolo,” 54 – 76.
  • Andrea Bartocci, "La povertà franciscana tra ius decretalium e scientia iuris nel Trecento," 79 - 102.
  • Alberto Bondolfi, “Appunti sulla dottrina dell'elemosina nel Cardinal Tomaso de Vio detto il Gaetano,” 103 – 124.
  • Richard Fitch,“Nicholas of Autrecourt and the Mastery of Reason,” 164 – 189.

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

Early Science and Medicine
, 18
(6 ipy).

Issue 3

  • Marjorie O’Rourke Boyle: “Aquinas’s Natural Heart,” 266-290.
  • Margaret D. Garber, Review of The Secrets of Alchemy, by Lawrence M. Principe, 571-573.

Issue 6

  • Michael Stolberg: “Empiricism in Sixteenth-Century Medical Practice,” 487-516.
  • Alexander Fidora, “Divination and Scientific Prediction: The Epistemology of Prognostic Sciences in Medieval Europe,” 517-535.
  • Glen M. Cooper, “Approaches to the Critical Days in Late Medieval and Renaissance Thinkers,” 536-565.

Estudios Filosóficos
, 62
(3 ipy).

Número 179

  • Ceferino Muñoz, “Concepto formal y concepto objetivo en Cayetano. Un análisis a partir de su comentario al De ente et essentia,” 49-61.
  • José M. Felipe Mendoza, “Aproximación a una misma ciencia de tres nombres: metaphysica, philosophia prima y theologia en el comentario de Tomás de Aquino al De Trinitate boeciano,” 99-114.

Número: 181

  • Gabriela Caram: "Recepción y desarrollo del argumento de contigüidad ontológica en el Comentario a las Sentencias de Tomás de Aquino," 519-536

Faith and Philosophy
, 30
(4 ipy)

Issue 1

  • Yujin Nagasawa, “Models of Anselmian Theism,” 3-25.

Issues 2-4: NTR.

Falsafe va Kalam-e Eslami (Iranian Journal For The Philosophy & Kalam) (Maqalat wa Barrasiha)
, 45-46
(2 ipy).

Volume 45, Issue 2

Volume 46, Issue 1

Filozofia, 68 (10 ipy).

No. 6

  • Michal Chabada, “Individuation in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy and in Duns Scotus,” 457-469.
  • Rastislav Nemec, “On Some Problems of Mental Language in Ockham and Fodor,” 470-480.
  • Martin Vašek, “Abelard: Inter-Religious Dialogue Rendered Philosophically,” 481-492.
  • Andea Blaščíková, “Patience as a Virtue of Tolerating According to Thomas Aquinas,” 493-501.
  • M. Mičaninová, Review of Method and Metaphysics in Maimonides’ Guide for the Perplexed, by D. Davies, 539-541.
  • M. Mičaninová, Review of Tomismus čtyřiadvaceti tezí, by T. Machula and Š.  Filip, 541-543.

No. 9

  • Ján Zozul’ak, “The Study of Byzantine Philosophy and Its Expansion in Great Moravia (The 1150th Anniversary of the Mission of Saints Constantine (Cyril) and Methodius),” 790-799.

Issue 10: NTR

Franciscan Studies
, 71
(1 ipy)

  • Ludovic Viallet, “Social Control, Regular Observance and Identity of a Religious Order: A Franciscan Interpretation of the Libellus ad Leonem,” 33-51.
  • Bert Roest, “Early Mendicant Mission in the New World: Discourses, Experiments, Realities,” 192-217.
  • Eliana Corbari, “Lost and Found in Translation: The Heart of Vernacular Theology in Late Medieval Italy,” 263-279.
  • Francesco Fiorentino, “Conoscenza e Scienza in Landolfo Caracciolo,” 375-409.
  • Andrew Rosato, “The Interpretation of Anselm’s Teaching on Christ’s Satisfaction for Sin in the Franciscan Tradition from Alexander of Hales to Duns Scotus,” 411-444.
  • Kenan Osborne, “Our Relational World Today: Exploring the Wisdom of St. Bonaventure,” 511-539.

Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie
, 60
(2 ipy).

Heft 1

  • Andreas Woyke, “Die Verortung der Glückseligkeit jenseits der Welt im christlich-mittelalterlichen Denken,” 20-48.
  • Francesco Fiorentino, “Le prime due questioni prologali del commento sentenziario di Guglielmo di Nottingham,” 49-85.
  • Dragos Calma, Review of Études sur le premier siècle de l'averroïsme latin. Approches et textes inédits, by Luca Bianchi, 226-229.
  • Sarah Sharkey Borden, Review of Thine Own Self. Individuality in Edith Stein's Later Writings, by Christoph Betschart, 239-243.

Heft 2

  • Erwin Sonderegger,“Anselms Proslogion: Besinnung statt Beweis,” 269-291.
  • Shalom Sadik, « Le choix dans la pensée de Rabbi Hillel de Vérone, » 292-315.
  • Stefan Schick, “Das Religionsgespräch und seine Gründe. Randbemerkungen zur Rezeption eines literarischen Genres,” 422-435.
  • Irene Zavattero, “L’enseignement à la Faculté des arts au moyen âge. À propos d'un ouvrage d'Olga Weijers,” 451-456.
  • Serena Masolini, “Vernacular, Politics and Medieval Thought: a Few Notes on a Recent Volume,” 456-468.
  • Paul Dominikus Hellmeier, Review of Anima et intellectus. Albertus Magnus und Thomas von Aquin über Seele und Intellekt des Menschen, by Michael Seewald, 468-469.
  • Andreas Kosuch, Review of Abbild und Stellvertreter Gottes. Der König in herrschafts­theoretischen Schriften des späten Mittelalters, by Klaus-Frédéric Johannes, 470-471.

Giornale di Metafisica
35 (3 ipy).

Issue 2-3

  • Giovanni Ventimiglia, “Senso o sensi dell’esistere ? I livelli ontologici del reale nel cosiddetto ‘tomismo analitico’,” 405-428.

(4 ipy) 94.

Fasc 1

  • R. Heyder, Review of Auctoritas scripturae. Schrifauslegung und Theologieverständnis Peter Abaelards unter besander Beruchsichtigung der Expositio in Hexameron, by S. Bonanni, 190-192.
  • M. Sabathé, Review of La trinité redemptrice dans le commentaire de l’Evangile de saint Jean par Thomas d’ Aquin, by M. Pangello, 195-197.

Fasc 3

  • Victor Salas, “Thomas Aquinas’s Metaphysics of the Person and Phenomenological Personalism: the Case of Incommunicability,” 573-592.
  • Felix Körner, S.I., “Salvific Community. Part One: Ignatius of Loyola,” 593-609.

Fasc. 4: NTR.

The Heythrop Journal
, 54
(6 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Katherine Chambers, “Slavery and domination as political ideas in Augustine’s City of God,13–28.
  • Joris Geldhof: “Nemo credit nisi volens: an essay on Baader, saint Augustine, and the role of the will in the act of faith,” 29–41.
  • Manfred Svensson, “Augustine on Moral Conscience,” 42–54.
  • Simon Heans, “Original Sins or Original Sinfulness? A Comment,” 55-69.
  • Robbie Duschinsky, “Augustine, Rousseau, and the Idea of Childhood,” 77-88.
  • Antonio Calcagno, “The Desire for and Pleasure of Evil: the Augustinian Limitations of Arendtian Mind,” 89-100.
  • Laura Holt, “What Are They For? Reading Recent Books on Augustine,” 101-119.
  • Laura Holt, Review of Augustine: A Guide for the Perplexed, by James Wetzel, 155-156.
  • Patrick Madigan, Review of Happiness and Wisdom: Augustine's Early Theology of Education, by Ryan N. S. Topping, 156.
  • Patrick Madigan, Review of The Incarnation of the Word: the Theology of Language of Augustine of Hippo, by Edward Morgan, 157.
  • Patrick Madigan, Review of The Unity of Christ: Continuity and Conflict in Patristic Tradition, by Christopher A. Beeley, 157-158.
  • Patrick Madigan, Review of Memory in Augustine's Theological Anthropology, by Paige E. Hochschild, 159-160.
  • Virgil Martin Nemoianu, Review of The Logic of the Heart: Augustine, Pascal, and the Rationality of Faith, by James R. Peters, 161-162.
  • Antonio Calcagno, Review of Arendt, Augustine, and the New Beginning: The Action Theory and Moral Thought of Hannah Arendt in the Light of Her Dissertation on St. Augustine, by Stephan Kampowski, 162-163.
  • Antonio Calcagno, Review of The Republic of Grace: Augustinian Thoughts for Dark Times, by Charles Mathewes, 163-165.

Issue 2

  • Alan Philip Darley, “Does Aquinas' Notion of Analogy Violate the Law of Non-Contradiction?” 228–237.
  • S.J. McGrath, “The Logic of Indirection in Heidegger and Aquinas,” 268–280.
  • Roger W. Nutt, Review of Analogia Entis: On the Analogy of Being, Metaphysics, and the Act of Faith, by Steven A. Long, 321-324.

Issue 3

  • Michael Craig Rhodes, “Handmade: A Critical Analysis of John of Damascus’ Justification for Venerating Icons,” 347-359.
  • Travis Dumsday, “Alexander of Hales on Angelic Corporeality,” 360–370.
  • Toivo J. Holopainen, Review of Saint Anselm of Canterbury and His Legacy, edited by Giles E. M. Gasper and Ian Logan, 460-461.
  • Charles Cassini, Review of Some Later Medieval Theories on the Eucharist: Thomas Aquinas, Giles of Rome, Duns Scotus, and William Ockham, by Marilyn McCord Adams, 461-462.
  • Patrick Madigan, Review of Creating Augustine: Interpreting Augustine and Augustinianism in the Later Middle Ages, by E. L. Saak, 476.

Issue 4

  • James Dominic Rooney, “Evolutionary Biology and Classical Teleological Arguments for God’s Existence,” 617-630.
  • Ignacio Silva, “Thomas Aquinas Holds Fast: Objections to Aquinas within Today’s Debate on Divine Action,” 658-667.

Issue 5

  • Brian Himes, “Lonergan’s Position on the Natural Desire to See God and Aquinas’ Metaphysical Theology of Creation and Participation,” 767-783.

Issue 6:

  • Nathan R. Strunk, Review of Beauty and Being: Thomistic Perspectives, by Piotr Jaroszyñski, translated by Hugh MacDonald, 1085-1086.

History and Philosophy of Logic
, 34
(4 ipy).

Issue 4

  • Miroslav Hanke, “Implied-Meaning Analysis of the Currian Conditional,” 367-380.
  • Margaret Cameron, Review of Boethius on Mind, Grammar and Logic: A Study of Boethius’ Commentaries on Peri Hermeneias, by Taki Suto, 392-396..

History of Philosophy Quarterly
, 30
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Peter John Hartman, “Durand of St.-Pourçain and Thomas Aquinas on Representation,” 19-34.

Issues 2, 3, 4: NTR

International Journal for Philosophy of Religion
, 73-74
(6 ipy).

Vol. 74, issue 2

  • Scott F. Aikin, Jason Aleksander, “Nicholas of Cusa’s De pace fidei and the Meta-exclusivism of Religious Pluralism,” 219-235.

Vol. 74, issue 3 (final issue for 2013)

  • Aydogan Kars, “Two Modes of Unsaying in the Early Thirteenth Century Islamic Lands: Theorizing Apophasis Through Maimonides and Ibn ‘Arabī,” 261-278.

International Journal of Philosophical Studies
, 21
(5 ipy)

Issue 3

  • Gyula Klima, “Three Myths of Intentionality Versus Some Medieval Philosophers”, 359-376

International Journal of Philosophy and Theology
(formerly Bijdragen), 74
(5 ipy).

Issue 1

  • John Arblaster and Rob Faesen, “Mysticism with or Without the Church? John of Ruusbroec’s Conflict with the Clergy?” 18-32.

Issue 4

  • Cal Ledsham, “Disrupted Cognition as an Altenative to Heidegger’s Ontotheological Challenge: F. H. Bradley and John Duns Scotus,” 310-328.

Issue 5

  • Anthony Dupont, Matthew W. Knotts, “In Dialogue with Augustine’s Soliloquia. Interpreting and Recovering a Theory of Illumination,” 432-465.

International Philosophical Quarterly
, 53
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • David Kovacs, Review of Mind, Matter, and Nature: A Thomistic Proposal for the Philosophy of Mind, by James Madden, 128-130.

Issue 2

  • Michael Tkacz, “Albertus Magnus and the Error of Ptolemy: Metaphysics and the Origins of Empirical Research Programs.”
  • Christopher M. Cullen, S.J., Review of Nature and Grace: A New Approach to Thomistic Ressourcement, by Andrew Dean Swafford, 251-254.
  • Joseph W. Koterski, S.J., Review of Potentiality: Metaphysical and Bioethical Dimensions, edited by John P. Lizza, 256-259.
  • Joseph G. Trabbic, Review of In the Self’s Place: The Approach of Saint Augustine, by Jean-Luc Marion, 259-262.

Issue 3

  • Vincent Shen, “From Gift to Law: Thomas’s Natural Law and Laozi’s Heavenly Dao.”
  • Joseph W. Koterski, S.J., Review of Political Augustinianism: Modern Interpretations of Augustine’s Political Thought, by Michael J. S. Bruno, 383-385.
  • James M. Jacobs, Review of Human Action in Thomas Aquinas, John Duns Scotus, and William of Ockham, by Thomas M. Osborne Jr., 387-390.

Issue 4

  • Kevin E. O’Reilly, O.P., “The Significance of Worship in the Thought of Thomas Aquinas: Some Reflections.”
  • Joseph W. Koterski, S.J., Review of From Eden to Eternity: Creations of Paradise in the Later Middle Ages, by Alastair Minnis, 515-517.
  • Sarah Borden Sharkey, Review of Lived Experience from the Inside Out: Social and Political Philosophy in Edith Stein, by Antonio Calcagno, 520-523.

Journal of Islamic Philosophy
, 9
(1 ipy).

  • Mashhad Al-Allaf, "Jābir on Inductive Reasoning and Metaphysics"
  • Tariq Jaffer, "Rāzī on Taqlīd"
  • C. P. Hertogh, "Ibn Sīnā's Flying Man--Logical Analyses of a (Religious) Thought Experiment"
  • Ahmed Alwishah, "Ibn Sīnā: The Flying Man Arguments Redux"
  • Omar Kassem, "Abū Ḥāmid al-Ghazālī on Intensional Logic, Freedom and Justice"

Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy
, 21
(2 ipy).


  • Ehud Krinis, “The Arabic Background of the Kuzari,” 1-56.

Issue 2

  • Shalom Sadik, « Décision humaine et animale dans la pensée de Rabbi Isaac Israeli, » 143-160.

Journal of Philosophical Logic
, 42 (6 ipy). NTR

Journal of Philosophical Research, 38   (1 ipy). NTR

Journal of Religious Ethics
, 41
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • David A. Clairmont, “Medieval Consideration and Moral Pace: Thomas Aquinas and Bernard of Clairvaux on the Temporal Aspects of Virtue,” 79–111.
  • Bonnie Kent, “Augustine's ‘On the Good of Marriage’ and Infused Virtue in the Twelfth Century,” 112–136.
  • Joseph Clair, “Wolterstorff on Love and Justice: An Augustinian Response,” 138-167.

Issue 2

  • Austin L. Campbell, “Medical Manichaeism: Toward an Augustinian Intervention,” 310-331.

Issue 4

  • Sheryl Overmyer, “Saint Thomas Aquinas’s Pagan Virtues? Putting the Question to Jennifer Herdt’s Putting on Virtue,” 669-687.
  • James J.S. Foster, “‘Patching up Virtue’: Overcoming the Emersonian/Augustinian Divide in Jennifer Herdt’s Putting on Virtue,” 688-709.

Journal of the History of Ideas
, 74
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Cary J. Nederman, “2012 Arthur O. Lovejoy Lecture: Civil Religion – Metaphysical, Not Political: Nature, Faith, and Communal Order in European Thought, c.1150–c.1550,” 1-22.

Issues 2-3-4: NTR

Journal of the History of Philosophy
, 51
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • William Wood, “Thomas Aquinas on the claim that God is truth,” 21-47.
  • Judith Chelius Stark, Review of Once Out of Nature: Augustine on Time and the Body, by Andrea Nightingale, 119-120.
  • Heine Hansen, Review of On Determining What There Is: The Identity of Ontological Categories in Aquinas, Scotus, and Lowe, by Paul Symington, 120-121.
  • Anthony J. Lisska, Review of Thomas Aquinas and the Philosophy of Punishment, by Peter Karl Koritansky, 121-123.

Issue 2

  • Jenny Pelletier, Review of Categories, and What is Beyond, edited by Gyula Klima, Alexander W. Hall, 313-314.
  • Toivo J. Holopainen, Review of Anselm of Canterbury and the Desire for the Word, by Eileen C. Sweeney, 314-315.
  • Daniel O’Connell, Review of Meister Eckhardt. Die Geburt der “Deutschen Mystik” aus dem Geist der arabischen Philosophie, by Kurt Flasch, 315-316.
  • Alan R. Perreiah, Review of Dialectical Disputations, Volume 1: Book I by Lorenzo Valla, and: Dialectical Disputations, Volume 2: Books II–III, by Lorenzo Valla, 316-318.
  • Yehuda Halper, Review of Maimonides & Spinoza: Their Conflicting Views of Human Nature, by Joshua Parens, 319-320.

Issue 3

  • Juhana Toivanen, “Perceptual self-awareness in Seneca, Augustine, and Olivi,” 355-382.
  • James Brent, Review of Lessons from Aquinas: A Resolution of the Problem of Faith and Reason, by Creighton Rosental, 483-484.

Issue 4

  • Adam Wood, Review of William of Ockham on Metaphysics: The Science of Being and God, by Jenny E. Pelletier, 679-680.


Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 9  (1 ipy)

The Journal of Religion
, 93 (4 ipy). NTR.

Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, LXXVI (1 ipy): NTR

Laval théologique et philosophique
, 69
(3 ipy).

No. 2

  • Emmanuel Tourpe, « Potentia Dei, fecunditas entis : à la recherche des fondements métaphysiques d’une ontologie de la fécondité après Thomas d’Aquin, » 281-293.
  • Kristell Trego, « Les actes de l'homme. La philosophie et les "Livres" », 295-308.

No. 3:

  • Dan Arbib, « Descartes et l’infini : le concept en question. Enjeux d’une recherche en cours, » 535-547.

, 64-65 (2 ipy) . NTR

Mediaevalia (1 ipy) 33: NTR

Mediaevalia. Textos e estudos (1 ipy) 32

  • Alexander Baumgarten, “Boni iudicatio. L’utilisation du mythe d’Orphée et d’Eurydice dans la Consolation de la Philosophie de Boèce,” 29 – 40.
  • Sara Barchiesi, “Profeta e profezia nell’Epistola di Kāmil (al-Risalā alKāmiliyya) di Ibn al-Nafīs,” 41 – 52.
  • Georgina Rabass, “Rediscovering the Secrets of Voice: Hildegard of Bingen,” 53 – 70.
  • Manuel Lázaro Pulido, “Secretos y descubrimiento en el pensamiento franciscano ibérico del siglo XIII,” 91 – 104.
  • Tiziana Suarez-Nani, “Lire la pensée comme dans un livre: secret et transparence selon Jean Duns Scot et Henri de Gand,” 123 – 140.
  • Alice Lamy, “La philosophie naturelle à l’épreuve du secret angélique. Le mouvement local et la structure du continu selon Thomas d’Aquin, Jean Duns Scot et Grégoire de Rimini,” 141 – 160.
  • Francesco Fiorentino, “Calcolo e mentalismo nel secolo XIV,” 161 – 180.
  • Ángel Poncela González, “La crítica a la Filosofía de Ibn Jaldún y la purificación del Islam,” 181 – 202.
  • Marisa das Neves Henriques, « Version portugaise du Secretum secretorum: entre la fascination visible et l’opacité linguistique, » 203-220.
  • Manuel Méndez Alonzo, “The Thomist Philosopher and the Cannibals: Alonso de la Veracruz’s Theses on Cannibalism and Crimes against Nature,” 221-236.
  • João Rebalde, “Luis de Molina frente a Boécio e Tomás de Aquino: os segredos da providência e a liberdade humana,” 237 – 246.

Mediaeval Sophia
, 13-14
(2 ipy).

Volume 13

  • Coralba Colomba, “Ramon Lull at the Council of Vienne (1311-1312): The Last Anti-Averroistic Fight for the Demonstrability of the Faith,” 44-64.
  • Rosa Laura Guzzetta, “L’etica: cuore dell’identitá e della filosofia ebraica,” 103-119.
Volume 14
  • Giovanni Licata, “Elia del Medigo sul problema della causalità divina. Un’edizione critica della Quaestio de efficientia mundi (1480),” 59.
  • Luca Lumbardo, “Rifacimenti della Consolatio philosophiae in Bernardo Silvestre e Alano di Lilla,” 83.

Mediaeval Studies
, 75
(1 ipy).

  • F. A. C. Mantello and J. Goering, “In libro Numerorum scriptum est de Leuitis: Robert Grosseteste on Clerical Orders,” 1-34
  • Ram Ben-Shalom, “The First Jewish Work on the Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Virtues,” 205-270.
  • Elizabeth A. R. Brown, “Marguerite Porete, John Baconthorpe, and the Chroniclers of Saint-Denis,” 307-344.
  • Edouard Jeauneau and Stephen Pelle, “A Fragment of an Anonymous Commentary on Priscian Inserted into a Manuscript of the Glosae super Priscianum of William of Conches,” 345.

Medioevo. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale
, 38
(1 ipy).

  • Lawrence Moonan, “What analogy and the Five Ways are meant to do for Aquinas's Summa Theologiae,” 13 – 75.
  • Fabrizio Amerini, “Thomas Aquinas On Mental Language,” 77 – 110.
  • Giovanni Ventimiglia, “Tommaso d’Aquino e le dottrine non scritte di Platone,” 111 – 178.
  • Erik Fieremans, “Anselm’s Natural Language Analysis,” 179 – 233.
  • Antoine Coté, « La critique de la doctrine de l’abstraction de Jacques de Viterbe, » 235 – 262.
  • Luca Gili, “William of Ockham on ‘dici de omni et de nullo’. Nominalism as the epistemological basis of his ‘orthodox’ interpretation'?,” 263 – 294.
  • Mickey Engel, “Elijah Del Medigo's critique of the Paduan Thomists,” 295 – 316.
  • Francesco Bottin, “Peter of Abano: the scientific method of a diligens indagator,” 317 – 357.

Micrologus, XXI (1 ipy).

  • A. Paravicini Bagliani, Introduction, xii-xiv.
  • A. Robert, « Épicure et les épicuriens au Moyen Âge, » 3-45.
  • J. Ducos, « Platon et Socrate dans la littérature médiévale française. Entre morale et légende, » 47-79.
  • D. Carron Faivre, « Les suicides de Caton. Légendes médiévales autour de la mort d'un stoïcien romain,  » 81-101.
  • É. Wolff, « La légende d'Apulée, de son époque à la fin du XVe siècle, » 103-113.
  • J.-M. Mandosio, « Les vies légendaires d'Apollonius de Tyane, mage et philosophe, » 115-143.
  • D. Juste, « Les textes astrologiques latins attribués à Aristote, » 145-164.
  • A. Sannino, “I ritratti leggendari di Ermete Trismegisto,” 165-191.
  • J.-P. Boudet, « Ptolémée dans l'Occident médiéval: roi, savant et Philosophe, » 193-217.
  • J.Véronèse, « Virgile et la naissance de l'ars notoria, » 219-242.
  • P. Gautier Dalché, « Le 'Tuyau' de Gerbert, ou la légende savante de l'astronome: origines, thèmes, échos contemporains (avec un appendice critique), » 243-276.
  • C. Burnett, “The Legend of Constantine the African,” 277-294.
  • A. Paravicini Bagliani, « La légende médiévale d'Albert le Grand (1270-1435). Premières recherches, » 295-368.
  • A. Bertolacci, “Albertus Magnus and 'Avenzoreth' (Ibn Zur'a, D. 1008): Legend or Reality?” 369-396.
  • J. Wirth, « Légende et miracles de Saint Thomas d'Aquin, » 397-409.
  • S. Giralt, “The Legend of Arnau de Vilanova, from the Middle Ages to the Early Modern Times,” 411-444.
  • L. Moulinier-Brogi- M. Nicoud, « Fama ou légende? De la vie de quelques médecins italiens d'après les témoignages médiévaux, » 445-470.
  • M. Pereira, “Il santo alchimista. Intrecci leggendari attorno a Raimondo Lullo,” 471-516.
  • G. Ciola, “Giovanni di Rupescissa: autobiografia, profezia e leggenda,” 517-578.
  • R. Leicht, “Miracles for the Sake of the Master of Reason Hillel Ben Samuel of Verona's Legendary Account of the Maimonidean Controversy,” 579-598.

Midwest Studies In Philosophy
, 37 (1 ipy): NTR.

Mind,122 (4 ipy) NTR

The Modern Schoolman  = Res Philosophica

The Monist, 96 (4 ipy). NTR

New Scholasticism = American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly

Nous, 47  (4 ipy). NTR

Nova et Vetera
, 11
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Ralph Martin, “The Post-Christendom Sacramental Crisis: The Wisdom of Thomas Aquinas,” 57.

Issue 3

  • Adam G. Cooper, “Hierarchy, Humility and Holiness: the Meaning of Ecclesial Ranks According to Dionysius the Areopagite,” 649.
  • Lawrence  Dewan, O.P., “Some Notes on St. Thomas’s Use  of “dignitas,” 663.
  • Edward Feser, “Between Aristotle and William Paley: Aquinas’s Fifth Way,” 707.
  • Marie I. George, “Thomistic Considerations on Whether We Ought to Revere Non-Rational Natural Beings,” 751.
  • Simon Oliver, “Aquinas and Aristotle’s Teleology,” 849.
  • Cyprus P. Olsen III., “The Acts of ‘Turning’ and ‘Returning’ in Aquinas,” 871.

Issue 4: NTR

, 41
(4 ipy).

Issue 1-2

  • Gregor Schoeler, “The ‘Poetic Syllogism’ Revisited,” 1-26.

Issue 3-4

  • Asad Q. Ahmed, “Post-Classical Philosophical Commentaries/Glosses: Innovation in the Margins,” 317-348.
  • Robert Wisnovsky, “Avicennism and Exegetical Practice in the Early Commentaries on the Ishārāt,” 349-378.
  • Bilal Ibrahim, “Faḫr ad-Dīn ar-Rāzī, Ibn al-Hayṯam and Aristotelian Science: Essentialism versus Phenomenalism in Post-Classical Islamic Thought,” 379-431.
  • Jon McGinnis, “Pointers, Guides, Founts and Gifts: The Reception of Avicennian Physics in the East,” 433-456.

Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy
, 1 (1 ipy).

  • Peter King, “Boethius on the Problem of Desert,” 1-22.
  • Marilyn Mccord Adams, “Genuine Agency, Somehow Shared? The Holy Spirit and Other Gifts,” 23-60.
  • Giorgio Pini, “What Lucifer Wanted: Anselm, Aquinas, and Scotus on the Object of the First Evil Choice,” 61-82.
  • Andrew Arlig, “Some Twelfth-Century Reflections on Mereological Essentialism,” 83-112.
  • Jean Porter, “Why Are the Habits Necessary? An Inquiry into Aquinas’s Moral Psychology,” 113-135.
  • Susan Brower-Toland, “Olivi on Consciousness and Self-Knowledge: The Phenomenology, Metaphysics, and Epistemology of Mind’s Reflexivity,” 136-171.
  • Richard Cross, “Duns Scotus on Essence and Existence,” 172-204
  • Peter Adamson and Robert Wisnovsky, "Yahya 'Adi on the Location of God," 205-228.

Philosopher’s Imprint
, 13
(multiple ipy).

No. 2

  • Sidney Penner, “Suárez on the Reduction of Categorical Relations,” 1-24.

No. 20

  • Ursula Coope, “Aquinas on judgment and the active power of reason,” 1-19.

Numbers 21-24 (final issue for 2013): NTR

41 (4 ipy)

Issue 2:

  • Stephen Chanderbhan, “Does Empathy Have Any Place in Aquinas’s Account of Justice?,” 273-288.
  • Jean Porter, “Dispositions of the Will,” 289-300.
  • Stewart Clem, “The Epistemic Relevance of the Virtue of Justice,” 301-311.

Issue 3:

  • Elena Baltuta, “Aquinas on Intellectual Cognition: The Case of Intelligible Species,” 589-602.
  • Stephen Boulter, “Aquinas on Biological Individuals: An Essay in Analytical Thomism,” 603-616.
  • Petr Dvořák, “The Concurrentism of Thomas Aquinas: Divine Causation and Human Freedom,” 617-634.
  • Jan Kielbasa, “What is First? Metaphysics as Prima Philosophia and Ultima Scientia in the Works of Thomas Aquinas,” 617-634.
  • Tomasz Kąkol, “Is God His Essence? The Logical Structure of Aquinas’ Proofs for this Claim,” 649-660.Issue 4: NTR

Philosophia. E-journal for philosophy & culture
(1 to 4 ipy): NTR

The Philosophical Quarterly
63  (4 ipy). NTR

The Philosophical Review, 122  (4 ipy). NTR

Philosophical Studies, 162-166 (30 ipy) NTR

Philosophical Topics, 41 (2 ipy): NTR

Philosophiques , 40  (2 ipy): NTR

Philosophy and Theology
, 25
(2 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Victor Zorrilla, “Providentialism as an Instrument for Moral Instruction in Bartolomé de las Casas  and José de Acosta,” 33-41
  • Philipp W. Rosemann, “Tradition and Deconstuction,” 9-107

Issue 2

  • Stephen A. Calogero, “Caritas and Consciousness: Aristotle and Aquinas on Love of Neighbor.”

Philosophy Compass
, 8
(12 ipy).

Issue 7

  • James Madden, “Thomistic Hylomorphism and Philosophy of Mind and Philosophy of Religion,” 664-676.

Issues 8-12: NTR

Praxis Filosófica
(2 vpy) 36 – 37: NTR

Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association
, 87
(1 ipy).

  • John O’Callaghan, “The Identity of Knower and Known: Sellar’s and McDowell’s Thomisms,” 1-30.
  • Eleonore Stump, “The Nature of a Simple God,” 3-42.
  • Candace Vogler, “Good and Bad in Human Action,” 57-68.
  • Michael W. Tkacz, “Albertus Magnus and the Animal Histories: A Medieval Anticipation of Recent Developments in Aristotle Studies.”
  • Jonahan Butaci, “Arisotle’s Intellects: Now and Then,” 127-143.
  • Leonard Ferry, “Aristotle in Aquinas’s Moral Theory: Reason, Virtue, and Emotion,” 167-182.
  • Turner C. Nevitt, “Sensation in Aristotle: Some Problematic Contemporary Interpretations and a Medieval Solution,” 195-211.
  • Traci Phillipson, “The Will in Averroes and Aquinas,” 231-247.

Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics
 (1 ipy): No volume published this year.

Quaestio. Annuario di storia della metafisica
, 13
(1 ipy).

  • Christophe Erismann, “Olympiodorus on the Reality of Relations and the Order of the World.”
  • Kristell Trego, “Inhérence ou relation? L’ad aliquid et la doctrine catégoriale de la substance chez Boèce.”
  • Abdelmajid Baakrime, “La relation perceptive selon Alhazen et ses retombées philosophiques.”
  • Olga Lizzini, “Causality as Relation: Avicenna (and al-Ġazālī).”
  • Pasquale Porro, “Déduction catégoriale et prédicaments relatifs à la fin du XIIIe siècle.”
  • Mark Henninger, “John Duns Scotus and Peter Auriol on the Ontological Status of Relations.”
  • Alessandro D. Conti, “Realism vs. Nominalism: The Controversy Between Burley and Ockham over the Nature and Ontological Status of the ad aliquid
  • Marienza Benedetto, “Nuovi studi su Avicenna, Averroè e le cose del mondo.”
  • Friederike Schmiga, “Die Studienhäuser und der Hof als Kontext der Wissensvermittlung. Zu einer neueren Publikation.”
  • Anna Arezzo, “Potere e limiti della conoscenza da Enrico di Gand a Enrico di Harclay.”
  • Véronique Decaix, “Théologie rationnelle ou métaphysique? Les deux sens de la métaphysique chez Dietrich de Freiberg.”

Quaestiones Disputatae, 3-4 (2 ipy)

Volume 3, Issue 2

  • Francis E. Feingold, « Principium Versus Principiatum: The Transcendence of Love in von Hildebrand and Aquinas, » 56-68.

Volume 4, Issue 1

  • John Finley, « Stein and Aquinas on the Problem of Individual Being, » 107-120.

Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales
, 80
(2 ipy).

Issue 1

  • R.E. Houser, “Avicenna, Aliqui, and Thomas Aquinas's Doctrine of Creation,” 17 -55.
  • Thomas M Osborne, “Giles of Rome, Henry of Ghent, and Godfrey of Fontaines on Whether to See God is to Love Him,” 57 - 76.
  • Peter S. Eardle, “Conscience and the Foundations of Morality in Ockham's Metaethics,” 77 - 108.
  • Luigi Campi, “'But and alle thingus in mesure, and noumbre, and peis thou disposedist.' Some Notes on the Role of Wisdom 11, 21 in Wyclif's Writings,” 109 - 143.
  • Laurent Cesalli, “Augustine and Wyclif on Truth: An Attempt to Elucidate Wyclif's Notion of Logicas Sacrae Scripturae,” 145 - 163.

Issue 2

  • M.V. Dougherty, “Richard Knapwell and Medieval Moral Dilemma Theory,” 225-258.
  • Thomas Jeschke, “Thomistic Sacramentology in a Commentary by Durandus of St.-Pourçain. Remarks on a Lectura secundum Durandum (MS Paris, BnF, lat. 12331),” 259-305.
  • Robert Podkoński, “Richard Swinehead's Liber calculationum in Italy. Some Remarks on Manuscripts, Editions and Dissemination,” 307-361.
  • Bernd Roling, “Die Geometrie der Bienenwabe Albertus Magnus, Karl von Baer und die Debatte über das Vorstellungsvermögen und die Seele der Insekten zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit,” 363-466.
  • Olivier Boulnois, “Une synthèse sur l'histoire de la métaphysique médiévale,” 467-480.
  • Luca Gili, “The Medievals on Aristotle's Doctrine of Substance,” 481-500.
  • Guy Guldentops, “Note sur Richard de Mediavilla,” 501-519.

Religious Studies
, 49 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • H.E. Baber, “The Real Presence,” 19-33.

Issues 2, 3, 4: NTR.

Res Philosophica
, 90
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Lynne Rudder Baker, “Updating Anselm Again,” 23-32.

Issue 3

  • Tobias Hoffmann, “The Pleasure of Life and the Desire for Non-Existence: Some Medieval Theories,” 323-346.

Issue 4: NTR

Review of Metaphysics
, 66-67
(4 ipy).

Volume 66, Issue 3

  • Wouter Goris, “De Magistro – Thomas Aquinas, Henry of Ghent, and John Duns Scotus on Natural Conceptions,” 435-468.

Volume 66, Issue 4

  • Leo J. Elders, “St. Thomas Aquinas’s Commentary on Aristotle’s Physics” 713-748.

Volume 67, Issue 1

  • Brandon Zimmerman, “Does Plotinus Present a Philosophical Account of Creation?” 55-105.
  • Maurico Lecón, “Francis Suárez on the Efficiency of Substantial Forms,” 107-124.

Issue 2

  • Juan José Sanguineti, “The Ontological Account of Self-Consciousness in Aristotle and Aquinas,” 311-344.

Revue de l’Histoire des Religions
, 2013
(4 ipy).

No. 1

  • Viviane Comerro, « La défense argumentée du libre arbitre dans la tradition musulmane. Ḥasan al-Baṣrī  et ‘Umāra b. Wathīma al-Fārisī , » 37-66.

No. 4

  • Patrice Sicard, “De la liquéfaction à la défaillance : pour un vocabulaire mystique au XIIe siècle,” 447-483.
  • Maxime Mauriège, “La Compilatio mystica ou le doux miel de la mystique rhénane,” 485-507.
  • Isabelle Fabre, “La plume et l’envol : une analyse stylistique de la Méditation sur l’Ascension de Jean Gerson,” 509-544.
  • Cédric Giraud, “La réception des Meditationes sive orationes d’Anselme de Cantorbéry à l’âge de l’imprimé,” 545-581.
  • Simon Icard, « La théologie mystique selon Giovanni Bona et ses sources médiévales, » 653-666.

Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et Théologiques
, 97
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Jean-Baptiste Brenet, « Siger de Brabant et la notion d'operans intrinsecum: un coup de maître? » 3-36.
  • Vincent Holzer, « Les thomismes de langue allemande au xxe siècle. Science de l'être et métamorphoses du transcendantal, » 37-58.
  • Roger Puivet, « Le thomisme de l'École de Lvov-Varsovie et du Cercle de Cracovie, » 59-76.
  • Cyril Michon, « Les thomismes analytiques : un cas de scolastique médiévale et contemporaine, » 77-94.

Issue 2/3

  • C. Broc-Schmezer, « Théologie et philosophie en prédication : le cas de Jean Chrysostome, » 187-212.
  • A. Massie, « Recherche philosophique et humilité chrétienne dans la prédication de saint Augustin, » 213-242.
  • K. Mitalaïté, « La transmission de la doctrine dans la prédication carolingienne, » 243-276.
  • C. Giraud, « Haec vera philosophia. Notes sur les sermons Qui habitat de Bernard de Clairvaux, » 277-298.
  • F. Siri, « Et natura mediocritatis est amica. Empreintes philosophiques sur la prédication d’Alain de Lille, » 299-344.
  • F. Morenzoni, « De la probatio à la declaratio : réflexion doctrinale et prédication dans l’œuvre de Guillaume d’Auvergne, » 345-366.
  • R. Imbach. « Non diligas meretricem et dimittas sponsam tuam. Aspects philosophiques des Conférences sur les six jours de la création de Bonaventure,» 367-396.
  • A. Oliva, « Philosophie et théologie en prédication chez Thomas d’Aquin, » 397.

Issues 4: NTR

Revue des Sciences Religieuses
, 87
(1-4 ipy).

No. 1

  • Alberto Frigo, « Caritas patriae: l’ordre de la charité et le martyre civil au XIIIe siècle, » 21-40.

No. 2

  • Éric Mangin, « Balbutiement du Verbe et poétique de la chair. Écriture et rationalité chez Maître Eckhart, » 239-252.

No. 4

  • Isabel Iribarren, « La théologie dans l’université medievale. Lieux et renaissances de la reine des sciences, » 403-415.

Revue d’Études Augustiniennes et Patristiques
, 59 (2 ipy).

Numéror 2

  • Mariagnese Giusto, « La miséricorde envers soi-même : Siracide 30, 24 (23) dans l’œuvre d’Augustin, » 247-273.

Revue d'Histoire des Sciences
, 66
(2 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Bakhouche Béatrice, « La théorie de la vision chez Calcidius (IVe siècle) entre géométrie, médecine et philosophie, » 5-31.

Issue 2: NTR

Revue Philosophique de la France et de l'Étranger
, 138 (4 ipy).

Issues 1-4: NTR

Revue Philosophique de Louvain
, 111
(4 ipy): NTR

Revue Thomiste
(4 ipy).

Fascicule 1

  • Stéphane Mercier, « Une lumière pour accéder à la Lumière, Lecture d’un article du Cursus theologicus de Jean de Saint-Thomas. »
  • Étienne Vetö, « Le corps du Verbe, Christologie et philosophie chez saint Thomas d’Aquin. »

Fascicule 2

  • Emmanuel Perrier, « Le Pain de Vie chez Louis-Marie Chauvet et saint Thomas d’Aquin, Représentation de l’inconnaissable ou terme de l’union spirituelle? »
  • Jean-Marc Goglin, « La liberté humaine dans la Somme contre les Gentils de Thomas d’Aquin: une liberté d’operatio. »
  • Marie Leblanc, « L’Esprit Saint, source de la dignité de l’homme devant Dieu, A propos du mérite de l’œuvre de l’homme devant Dieu (Somme Théologique, Ia-IIae, q. 114, a. 3). »

Fascicule 3

  • Dominique Doucet, « Augustin: l’Epistula XI, le Livre des XXIV philosophes et idipsum. »
  • Vojtěch Novotný, « Jésus s’étonna…  (Mt 8, 10), Le sens de son étonnement selon saint Thomas d’Aquin. »

Fascicule 4

  • Serge-Thomas Bonino, « Défense et illustration thomiste de la puissance de Dieu, » 531-568.

Rivista di Filosofia Neo-scolastica
, 105
(4 ipy).

Numero 1.

  • Tommaso Scandroglio, “Il bene comune come limite all'azione del sovrano nella prospettiva tomista,” 41 - 71.
  • Giulio d'Onofrio, “Conoscenza intuitiva nel pensiero cristiano fra tarda Antichità e alto Medioevo,” 73 - 96.
  • Gianfranco Fioravanti, “La prima trattazione «sottile» della nobiltà. Convivio, Trattato quarto,” 97 - 104.
  • Sebastián Contreras, “Juan de la Peña OP (1513-1565) y la determinación del derecho. Aspectos teológicos y jurídicos,” 105-129.

Numero 2

  • Sebastián Contreras, "La Escuela de Salamanca del siglo XVI. Su naturaleza y composición," 297-324

Numero 3/4: NTR

Rivista di Storia della Filosofia
, 2013
(4 ipy).

Fascicolo 1

  • John Marenbon, “Divine prescience and contingency in Boethius’s Consolation of philosophy,” 9 - 21.
  • Marta Cristiani, “Concursus accidentium. Contingenza, accidentalità o virtualità dei corpi nell’ontologia di Giovanni Eriugena?” 23 - 42.
  • Massimo Parodi, Marco Rossini, “Libertà necessaria e libertà contingente in Anselmo d’Aosta,” 43 - 64.
  • Cecilia Panti, “‘Natura non intendit nisi quinque digitos.’ Caso, contingenza e mostruosità nelle questiones supra octo libros physicorum e nei communia naturalium di Ruggero Bacone,” 65-94.
  • Pietro B. Rossi, “Necessità e contingenza nella filosofia naturale di Tommaso d’Aquino,” 95 - 111.
  • Pasquale Porro, “Contingenza e impedibilità delle cause. Presupposti e implicazioni di un dibattito scolastico,” 113 - 147.
  • Riccardo Fedriga, “Mente divina e contingenza in Pietro Aureolo,” 149-173.

Fascicolo 3

  • Review of Necessita e contingenza in Gregorio di Rimini, by Daniela Ciammeti, 302.
Fascicolo 4: NTR

Southwest Philosophy Review
, 29 (2 ipy). NTR

, 88 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

  • Eileen Sweeney, Review of The Soul–Body Problem at Paris, ca. 1200–1250: Hugh of St-Cher and His Contemporaries, by Magdalena Bieniak, 255-257.
  • Jeanette Patterson, Review of L'inconnu dans la maison: Richard de Mediavilla, les Franciscains et la Vierge Marie à la fin du XIIIe siècle, by Alain Boureau, 259-260.
  • Leslie Lockett, Review of Medieval Grammar and Rhetoric: Language Arts and Literary Theory, AD 300–1475, Copeland, Rita, and Sluiter, Ineke, eds., 271-274.
  • Bernard Prusak, Review of Moral Dilemmas in Medieval Thought: From Gratian to Aquinas, by M.V. Dougherty, 279-281.
  • Jon McGinnis, Review of Relational Syllogisms and the History of Arabic Logic, 900–1900, by Khaled El-Rouayheb, 283-284.
  • Ioannis Polemis, Review of Thomas Magistros und die spätbyzantinische Sophistik: Studien zum Humanismus urbaner Eliten in der frühen Palaiologenzeit, by Niels Gaul, 295-296.
  • Denis Robichaud, Review of In Defense of Common Sense: Lorenzo Valla's Humanist Critique of Scholastic Philosophy, by Lodi Nauta, 323-324.
  • Anna Kłosowska; Review of Of Sodomites, Effeminates, Hermaphrodites, and Androgynes: Sodomy in the Age of Peter Damian, by Glenn W. Oslen, 327-328.
  • Michael Harrington, Review of Apophasis and Pseudonymity in Dionysius the Areopagite: ‘No Longer I.’, by Charles M. Stang, 341-342.
  • Emery de Gaál Gyulai, Review of Anselm of Canterbury and the Desire for the Word, by Eileen C. Sweeney, 346-348.
  • Gregory B. Stone, Review of Dante in Purgatory: States of Affect, by Jeremy Tambling, 348-349.

Issue 2:

  • Katherine Chambers, “‘When We Do Nothing Wrong, We Are Peers’: Peter the Chanter and Twelfth-Century Political Thought. Speculum,” 405-426.
  • Marsha L. Dutton, Review of Ælred de Rievaulx (1110–1167): De l'homme éclaté à l'être unifié: Essai de biographie existentielle et spirituelle, by Pierre-André Burton, 499-500.
  • Joseph E. B. Lumbard, Review of Logos and Revelation: Ibn ‘Arabi, Meister Eckhart, and Mystical Hermeneutics, by Robert J. Dobie, 508-509.
  • Philipp W. Rosemann, Review of Per verba magistri: Anselme de Laon et son école au XII e  siècl, by Cédric Giraud, 520-521.
  • Anne-Hélène Miller, Review of Les traductions françaises du De regimine principum de Gilles de Rome: Parcours matériel, culturel et intellectuel d'un discours sur l'éducation, by Noëlle-Laetitia Perret, 566-567.
  • Antonio Calcagno, Review of Divine Illumination: The History and Future of Augustine's Theory of Knowledge, by Lydia Schumacher, 579-581.

Issue 3

  • Bonnie Kent, Review of The Cardinal Virtues in the Middle Ages: A Study in Moral Thought from the Fourth to the Fourteenth Century, by István P. Bejczy, 757-758.
  • Charles F. Briggs, Review of Well Begun Is Only Half Done: Tracing Aristotle's Political Ideas in Medieval Arabic, Syriac, Byzantine, and Jewish Sources, edited by Vasileios Syros, 852-853.
  • Roland J. Teske, Review of Happiness and Wisdom: Augustine's Early Theology of Education, by Ryan N. S. Topping, 860-861.

Issue 4

  • Phillip Cary, Review of Memory in Augustine's Theological Anthropology, by Paige E. Hochschild, 1109-1110.
  • David Malkiel, Review of The Intellectual History and Rabbinic Culture of Medieval Ashkenaz, by Ephraim Kanarfogel, 1115-1116.
  • Dennis L. Sepper, Review of Imagination, Meditation, and Cognition in the Middle Ages, by Michelle Karnes, 1116-1118.
  • David Lyle Jeffrey, Review of Reading Romans with St. Thomas Aquinas, edited by Matthew Levering and Michael Dauphinais, 1122-1123.
  • Toivo J. Holopainen, Review of The Theology of Peter Damian: “Let Your Life Always Serve as a Witness,” by Patricia Ranft, 1146-1147.
  • Jeffrey C. Witt, Review of Creating Augustine: Interpreting Augustine and Augustinianism in the Later Middle Ages, by E. L. Saak, 1158-1160.
  • Michael A. Ryan, Review of Il “De mirabilibus mundi” tra tradizione magica e filosofia natural, by Antonella Sannino, 1161-1163.

Studia Neoaristotelica
, 10
(2-3 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Miroslav Hanke, “John Mair on Semantic Paradoxes: Alethic Modalities and Validity in Paradoxical Contexts,” 50-87.

Issue 2

  • Mark K. Spencer, “Transcendental Order in Suárez,” 157-195.
  • Miroslav Hanke, “Insolubilia Novissima: Analysis of an Anonymous Insolubilia-Treatise with a Working Edition,” 215-246.

Issue 3

  • Jan Petricek, Princip individuace podle Jana Dunse Scota,” 5-21.
  • Miroslav Hanke, “Sémantika vět Martina Le Maistra Rekonstrukce scholastické sémantiky a ontologie komplexů,” 22-50.
  • David Peroutka OCD, “Inhabitace Boha v duši,” 52-71.

Studi Francescani

Studi Medievali
, 54
(2 ipy).

Fasc. 2

  • Peter Dronke, “The Four Elements in the Thought of Hildegard of Bingen: Cosmology and Poetry: Cause et Cure and the Berlin Fragment,” 905-922.

, 190
.  (multi ipy) NTR

The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review
, 77
(4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Reinhard Hütter, “The Virtue of Chastity and the Scourge of Pornography: A Two-Fold Crisis in Light of Aquinas’s Moral Theology,” 1-39.
  • Stephen L. Brock, “Intentional Being, Natural Being, and the First-Person Perspective in Thomas Aquinas,” 103-133.
  • Kevin Flannery, review of The Perspective of Morality: Philosophical Foundations of Thomistic Virtue Ethics by Martin Rhonheimer, 135-138.
  • Stephen J. Loughlin, review of The Logic of Desire: Aquinas on the Emotions by Nicholas Lombardo, 152-157.
  • Michael G. Sirilla, review of Known by Nature: Thomas Aquinas on Natural Knowledge of God by Anna Bonta Moreland, 162-165.
  • Kevin L. Hughes, review of Light and Glory: The Transfiguration of Christ in Early Franciscan and Dominican Theology by Aaron Canty, 166-168.
  • Simon Francis Gaine, review of On the Last Day: The Time of the Resurrection of the Dead according to Thomas Aquinas by Bryan Kromholtz, 168-171.

Issue 2

  • Joseph T. Lienhard, SJ, “Sacramentum and the Eucharist in St. Augustine,” 173-192.
  • Steven J. Jensen, “Virtuous Deliberation and the Passions,” 193-227.
  • Matthew Rose, “Can Virtue be Taught?: Thomistic Answers to a Socratic Question, “ 229-260.
  • Gaven Kerr, “McDowell and Aquinas: Philosophical Convergences,” 261-297.
  • W. Becket Soule, review of Moral Dilemmas in Medieval Thought: From Gratian to Aquinas by M. V. Dougherty, 303-306.
  • Robert Barry, review of The Promise of Christian Humanism: Thomas Aquinas on Hope by Dominic Doyle, 306-310.
  • Gregort Kerr, review of Beauty and Being: Thomistic Perspectives by Piotr Jaroszyński, 325-328.

Issue 3

  • Edward T. Oakes, “Dominican Darwinism: Evolution in Thomist Philosophy After Darwin,” 333-365.
  • Thomas M. Osborne, Jr., “Continuity and Innovation in Dominic Banez’s Understanding of Esse,” 367-394.
  • Domenic D’Ettore, “John Capreolus on Names Said Analogously of God and Creatures,” 395-418.
  • John T. Slotemaker, “John Duns Scotus and Henry of Harclay on the Non-Necessity of Opposed Relations,” 419-451.
  • Robert Barry, review of Thomas Aquinas on God and Evil by Brian Davies, 473-476.
  • Brian Chrzastek, review of The Ultimate Why Question: Why Is There Anything at All Rather Than Nothing Whatsoever? ed. by John F. Wippel, 491-495.

Issue 4

  • Robert J. Dobie, “Incarnate Knowing: Theology and the Corporeality of Thinking in Thomas Aquinas’s De Unitate Intellectus Contra Averroistas,” 497-529.
  • Joshua P. Hochschild, “Proportionality and Divine Naming: Did St. Thomas Change His Mind About Analogy?” 531-558.
  • Eric M. Johnston, “The Biology of Woman in Thomas Aquinas,” 577-616.
  • Doug Finn, review of Augustine and the Trinity by Lewis Ayres, 617-621.
  • Michael J. Dodds, review of God without Parts: Divine Simplicity and the Metaphysics of God’s Aboluteness by James E. Dolezal, 625-629.
  • Serge-Thomas Bonino, review of “Analogia entis”: On the Analogy of Being, Metaphysics, and the Act of Faith by Steven A. Long, 629-633.
  • Joseph W. Koterski, review of Wisdom in the Face of Modernity: A Study in Thomistic Natural Theology by Thomas Joseph White, O.P., 633-635.
  • Thomas Ryan, review of The Biblical Interpretation of William of Alton by Timothy Bellamah, 636-639.
  • Angela Knobel, review of The Second-Person Perspective in Aquinas’s Ethics: Virtues and Gifts by Andrew Pinsent, 639-645.

Tijdschrift voor Filosofie
 75 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

  • Joke Spruyt, "Leren ordelijk te denken Hendrik van Gent (ca. 1217-1293) over de fundamenten van onderwijs," 63-89.

Issue 2

  • Griet Galle and Andrea Robiglio, "Dante in zijn filosofische context," 281-282.
  • Andrea Aldo Robiglio, “Traditie en indivdueel talent Een filosfisch portret van Dante,” 283-310.
  • Johannes Bartuschat, “La littérature vernaculaire et la philosophie en Toscane dans la deuxième moitié du 13ème siècle,” 311-333.
  • Luca Bianchi, “‘Noli comedere panem philosophorum inutiliter’ Dante Alighieri and John of Jandun on Philosophical ‘Bread,’” 335-355.
  • Paolo Falzone, “Bruno Nardi’s Louvain Dissertation (1911) and the Uneasy Character of Dante’s Philosophy,” 357-373.

Issues 3 and 4: NTR

Tópicos. Revista de Filosofia
, 44-45
(1 ipy).

Volume 44

  • Francisco J. Romero Carrasquillo, “The intertwining of multiplicity and unity in Dionysus' metaphysical mysticism,” 207-269.

Volume 45

  • Marto Borgo, “Early Aquinas on Matter,” 83-128.
  • Therese Scarpelli Cory, “What is an Intellectual ‘Turn’? The Liber de Causis, Avicenna and Aquinas’s Turn to Phantasms,” 129-162.
  • Verónica Murillo Gallegos, “Fray Toribio de Benavente: restricción de la ley e imposición de la ley,” 163-195.

, 32  (1-2 ipy). NTR

, 68 (1 ipy)

, 51
(4 ipy).

Issue 1-4.

  • L.M. de Rijk, “Semantics and Ontology: An Assessment of Medieval Terminism,” 13-59.
  • Sten Ebbesen, “Early Supposition Theory II,” 60-78.
  • Allan Bäck, “Avicenna’s Theory of Supposition,” 81-115.
  • Luisa Valente, “Supposition Theory and Porretan Theology: Summa Zwettlensis and Dialogus Ratii et Everardi,” 119-144.
  • Mary Sirridge, “Supposition and the Fallacy of Figure of Speech in the Abstractiones,” 147-168.
  • Julie Brumberg-Chaumont, “The Role of Discrete Terms in the Theory of the Properties of Terms,” 169-204.
  • Dafne Murè, “Suppositum between Logic and Metaphysics: Simon of Faversham and his Contemporaries (1270-1290),” 205-229.
  • Costantino Marmo, “Scotus on Supposition,” 233-259.
  • Simo Knuuttila, “Supposition and Predication in Medieval Trinitarian Logic,” 260-274.
  • Laurent Cesalli, “Richard Brinkley on Supposition,” 275-303.
  • Alessandro D. Conti, “Semantic and Ontological Aspects of Wyclif’s Theory of Supposition,” 304-326.
  • Fabrizio Amerini, “Thomas Aquinas and Some Italian Dominicans (Francis of Prato, Georgius Rovegnatinus and Girolamo Savonarola) on Signification and Supposition,” 327-351.
  • Catarina Dutilh Novaes, “The Role of ‘Denotatur’ in Ockham’s Theory of Supposition,” 352-370.
  • Claude Panaccio, “Ockham and Buridan on Simple Supposition,” 371-384.
  • E. Jennifer Ashworth, “Descent and Ascent from Ockham to Domingo de Soto: An Answer to Paul Spade,” 385-410.
  • Ernesto Perini-Santos, “When the Inference ‘p is true, therefore p’ Fails: John Buridan on the Evaluation of Propositions,” 411-424.
  • Angel d’Ors, “Logic in Salamanca in the Fifteenth Century: The Tractatus Suppositionum Terminorum by Master Franquera,” 427-463.
  • Stephan Meier-Oeser, “The Hermeneutical Rehabilitation of Supposition Theory in Seventeenth-Century Protestant Logic,” 464-481.
  • Sara L. Uckelman, “A Quantified Temporal Logic for Ampliation and Restriction,” 485-510.
  • Terry Parsons, “The Expressive Power of Medieval Logic,” 511-521.

Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science
(4 ipy) 48

Issue 1

  • Ernan McMullin, “The Inference that Makes Science,” 143 – 191.
  • Ernan McMullin, “Galileo’s Theological Venture,” 192 – 220.
  • George V. Coyne, SJ, “Science Meets Biblical Exegeis in the Galileo Affair,” 221 – 229.

Issue 2

  • Paul L. Allen, “An Augustinian Philosopher Between Dualism and Materialism: Ernan McMullin on Human Emergence,” 294 – 304.
  • Ernan McMullin, “Cosmic Purpose and the Contingency of Human Evolution,” 338 – 363.

Issue 4

  • George Tsakiridis, “Guilt and the Science of Emotion: How Does Prayer Fit?,” 890 – 907.


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