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THE 2014 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 intermediary 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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2014 Papers

(as of July 20, 2017)

 

Alpha omega: rivista di filosofia e teologia dell'Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, 17 (2-3 ipy).

No. 1

No. 2

No. 3


American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 88 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofia, 31 (1-2 ipy).

No. 1

No. 2


Angelicum, 91 (3 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Michael J. Dodds, O.P., “Science, Causality, and God: Divine Action and Thomas Aquinas,” 13.
  • Michael Bastit, “Causality: From Contemporary Scientific Conceptions of Causality to the Classical Four Causes,” 37.
  • Sergio Parenti, O.P., “La causa material: tre equivoci nell’esposizione della filosofia aristotelico-tomista,” 59.
  • Efrem Jindráĉek, “O.P., “L’influsso della causa primaria su quella secondaria: l’interpretazione del Liber de causis tra Tommaso d’ Aquino, Sigieri da Brabante e Crisotomo Javelli, “ 95.
  • Reginald M. Lynch, O.P., “Domingo Bañez on Moral and Physical Causality: Christic Merit and Sacramental Realism,” 105.
  • Bernhard Blackenhorn, O.P., “Double Agency in St. Paul and in St. Thomas Aquinas,” 127.
  • Austin Dominic Litke, O.P., Christological Ressourcement: The Development of St. Thomas’s Doctrine of Instrumentality,” 149.
  • Richard P. Conrad, O.P., “St. Thomas on Christ’s Passion and Resurrection as Efficient and Exemplary Causes: How This Concept Helps Us Read Scripture and Preach Christ,” 167.
  • Tobias Weismantel, Review of Ars nominandi Deum: Die Ontosemantik der Gottesprädikate in den Dionysiuskommentaren des Albertus Magnus, by Bernhard Blackenhorn, O.P., 216.

Issue 2

  • Joseph D’ Amecourt, O.P., “St. Thomas between St. Augustine and Cicero on the Virtue of Religion and the Significance of the Concluding Sentence of Each of the Five Ways,” 231.
  • Ciro Tammaro, “Fondamento teologico-giuridico della tortura istituita dalla decretale Ad extirpandam di Innocenza IV (A.D. 1252) nell’ambito del processo inquisitorio medieval,” 303.
  • Simona Langella, Review of La ciencia teológica de Francisco de Vitoria y la Summa Theologiae de Santo Tomás en el siglo XVI a la luz de textos inéditos, by Rafael Ramis Barceló, 362-365.

Issue 3

  • Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P., “The Metaphysics of Charisms: Thomas Aquinas, Biblical Exegesis and Pentecostal Theology,” 373.
  • Wiesław Dąbrowski, “Il concetto di fede nel commento di san Tommaso d’Aquino al Corpus Paulinum” (The concept of faith according to the Commentary of St. Thomas Aquinas on the Corpus Paulinum), 425.
  • Andrew Meszaros, “Revelation in George Tyrrell, Neo-Scholasticism, and Dei verbum,” 535.
  • R. Jared Staudt, “For the Holy Trinity: The Mission of Christ and the Order of His Human Soul,” 569.
  • Kevin E. O’Reilly, “By Nature and By Grace: The Life of Mind in Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae,” 609.
  • Wojciech Janusiewicz, Review of La Sapienza é amicizia nell Summa Theologica di Tommaso d’ Aquino, by Štěpán M. Philip, O.P., 647-649.

 

Annuario Filosofico, 30 (1 ipy)

  • Roberto Rodighiero, Gli argomenti ontologici di Anselmo e di Kant. Un confronto alla luce della lettura analitica modale del Proslogion.


Anuario Filosófico, 47 (3 ipy).

Issue 1

  • 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 beatitude natural en el De fine ultimo hominis de Francisco Suarez,” 169-193.

Issue 2: NTR

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, 24 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Archa Verbi, 11 (1 ipy).

  • Andrea Riedel, “Der Heilige Geist als Weltseele. Die Kontroverse zwischen Wilhelm von St. Thierry von Conches,” 9.
  • Franklin T. Harkins, “Contingency and Causality in Presdestination : 1 Tim 2 :4 in the Sentences Commentaries of Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas, and John Duns Scotus,” 35.
  • John T. Slotemaker, “Robert Holcot the Homilist : A Sermon Index for Cambridge, Peterhouse 2010,” 73.
  • Christopher Schabel, “Cistercian University Theologians on the Filioque,” 124.
  • Martin Kirschner, Review of St. Anselm of Canterbury and His Legacy, edited by Giles E.M. Gasper and Ian Logan, 207-208.
  • Volker Leppin, Review of Nicolaus Cusanus on Faith and the Intellect. A case study in 15th- Century Fides-Ratio Controversy, by K. Meredith Ziebart, 217.


Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 68 (6 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2-6: NTR


Archives de Philosophie, 77 (4 ipy): NTR.


Archives d'Histoire Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen Âge, 81 (1 ipy).


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

Issue 1-2

  • Giuseppe Ferrari, “Temperance as an environmental virtue. An interpretation of Thomas Aquinas in a ‘greenpersonalism’ perspective,” 165-180.


Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 96 (4 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 4: NTR


Archivum Franciscanum Historicum, 107 (4 ipy).

Fasc. 1-2

Fasc. 3-4


Archivium Latinitatis Medii Aevi, 72 (1 ippy)

  • E. Krotz, “Remigius von Auxerre und die Ars Prisciani,” 21-82.
  • J. Elfassa, Review of Etymologies. Livre V, by Isidore of Seville, edited by Yarza Urquiola V. And Andres Santos F.J., 403-406.
  • J. Elfassa, Review of Etymologies. Livre VI, by Isidore of Seville, edited by J. Guillaumin and P. Monat, 407-409.
  • J. Elfassa, Review of Etymologies. Livre VII, by Isidore of Seville, edited by Gomez Chaparro, 410-415.


Augustinianum, 54 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Augustinian Studies, 45 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 92 (4 ipy): NTR

Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter, 17 (1 ipy).


British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 22 (4-6 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 4

Issues 5, 6: NTR


Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale, 56 (1 ipy).


Byzantinische Forschungen, Internationale Zeitschrift für Byzantinistik
.
NA


Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin, 83 (1 ipy).


Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 44 (4 ipy): NTR


Chôra, 12 (1 ipy).

  • Karel Thein, “Aristote, critique de Platon sur les causes,” 15-46.
  • Francesco Fronterotta, “La critique plotinienne de la causalité finale dans le traité VI 7 (38) des Ennéades,” 47-66.
  • Riccardo Chiaradonna, “Causalité et hiérarchie métaphysique dans le néoplatonisme: Plotin, Porphyre, Jamblique,” 67-86.
  • Isabelle Koch, “Distinctions causales stoïciennes et académiciennes dans le De fato de Cicéron,” 87-120.
  • Suzanne Husson, “Œnomaus de Gadara: le dialogue contre le destin (Les charlatans démasqués, fr. 16),” 121-144.
  • Kristell Trego, “La métaphysique de la cause. Note sur la cause agente et la (re)naissance de la cause efficiente,” 145-170.
  • Véronique Decaix, “Structure et fonction de la causalité essentielle chez Dietrich de Freiberg,” 171-268.
  • Monica Brînzei, Luciana Cioca, “New attribution of texts in the manuscript Münich, Clm 11591,” 269-286.
  • Mihai Maga, Alexander Baumgarten, “Contributions à l’identification des commentaires au Livre des Sentences de Pierre Lombard conservés dans la bibliothèque Batthyaneum d’Alba Iulia,” 287-298.
  • Ioana Curut, Review of Didascalicon, by Hugues de Saint‑Victor, translated Laura Maftei, 299-301.
  • Daniel Coman, Review of The Journey of the Mind into God, by Saint Bonaventure of Bagnoregio, bi-lingual edition translated by Florina‑Rodica Hariga, introduction and notes by Florina‑Rodica Hariga and Alexander Baumgarten, 302.
  • Andrei Marinca, Review of Questions parisiennes et autres écrits, by Maître Eckhart, translated by Daniel Fărcaș, 303-305.
  • Alexandra Baneu, Review of Questiones super primum, tertium et quartum librum Sententiarum, I : Principia et questio circa prologum, by Petri De Alliaco, translated by Monica Brînzei, 306-307.
  • Sanda Reinheimer Rîpeanu, Review of  Introducción a la edición crítica del manuscrito castellano medieval, edited by Mianda Cioba, 308-310.
  • Bulletin du Groupe de recherches en philosophie médiévale, 311-313.


Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 62 (6 ipy): NTR.


Dialogue, 53 (4 ipy): NTR.


Dionysius, 32 (1 ipy).

  • Felipe de Azevedo Ramos, EP, “The Metaphysics of Light in the Aesthetics of Suger of Saint-Denis,” 116-139.


Discusiones Filosóficas, 15 (2 ipy): NTR


Divus Thomas, 117  (3 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3


Documenti E Studi Sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale
, 25 (1 ipy)


Early Science and Medicine, 19 (6 ipy).

Issue 2

  • Rhonda Martens, Review of Cosmological Synthesis: Astrology, Mechanism and the Soul, by Patrick J. Boner, 197-199.

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 6


Estudios Filosoficos, 63 (3 ipy).

Num. 182

Num. 183

Num. 184


Faith and Philosophy, 31 (4 ipy).

Issue 4       


Falsafe va Kalam-e Eslami (Iranian Journal For The Philosophy & Kalam) (Maqalat wa Barrasiha), 46-47 (2 ipy).

Volume 46, Issue 2

Volume 47, Issue 1


Filozofia, 69 (10 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 9

Issue 10: NTR.


Franciscan Studies, 72 (1 ipy)

  • Tikhon Alexander Pino, “Continuity in Patristic and Scholastic Thought: Bonaventure and Maximos the Confessor on the Necessary Multiplicity of God,” 73-106.
  • Daniel Gullo, “Reflections on the Transmission of Bonaventure’s Commentary on the Sentences: A Fourteenth-Century Fragment in the Biblioteca de la Universitat de Barcelona,” 107-128.
  • Alain Boureau, “L’Exégèse de Jean de Galles, Franciscain du XIIIe siècle,” 153-172.
  • Dominic Whitehouse, “Peter Olivi on Human Self-Knowledge: A Reassessment,” 173-224.
  • Guido Alliney, “Scotos contra Scoto, sull’argomento principium eodem modo se habens uniformiter agit,” 225-258.
  • Oleg Bychkov, “‘But Everyone Experiences the Opposite’: John Duns Scotus’s Aesthetic Defense of Anselm’s ‘Proof’ of the Existence of God in Light of Present-Day Thought,” 259-304.
  • Francesco Fiorentino, “The Last Two Questions of the Prologue of Henry of Harclay,” 305-372.
  • Magali Roques, “Le principe d’economie d’après Guillaume d’Ockham,” 373-410.
  • Lucien Petresco, “The threefold object of the scientific knowledge. Pseudo-Scotus and the literature on the Meteorologica in fourteenth-century Paris,” 465-502.


Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie, 61 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Ruedi Imbach, “‘Was bringt das Klettern?’ Der Aufstieg (ascencus) als Bild pihilosophischen Bemühens,” 5.
  • Jean-Baptiste Brenet, “Du corporel au spiritual. Averroes et la question d’un sens ‘agent,’” 19.
  • Alain Boureau, “Albert le Grand, commentateur de l’Apocalypse,” 43-58.
  • Christian Kaiser, “Basilius der Grosse und die studia humanitatis des Coluccio Salutati: Von Fehlschlüssen, Bildungsmoden und differenten Wahrheitsformen,” 59.
  • Sven K. Knebel, “‘Puella est domina sui corporis’. Sexuelle Selbstbestimmung in der Theologie um 1600,” 141.
  • José Antonio Valdivia Fuenzalida, Review of Medieval Philosophy as Transcendental Thought. From Philip The Chancellor (C.A. 1225) to Francisco Suárez, by Jan A. Aertsen, 247.
  • Gioacchino Curiello, Review of A Companion to Angels in Medieval Philosophy, edited by Tobias Hoffman, 250.
  • Ruedi Imbach, Review of  De quattor materiis sive Determinationes contra magistrum Henricum de Gandavo, Vol. II: De esse et essentia, De materia et forma. A critical edition from selected manuscripts, by Hervaeus Natalis O.P., edited by L.M. de Rijk, 254.

Issue 2

  • Ludwig Hödl, “Die Eckhartsentenzen im Sentenzenkommentar des Wilhelm von Macclesfield OP († 1303) in der Brügge-Stadtbibl. –Hs. 491,” 359-388.
  • Matthias Mayer, “Augustinus’ De Civitate Dei: Philosophie der Geschichte oder Geschichte der Philosophie?” 412-429.
  • Roberto Hofmeister Pich, “Duns Scotus’s Anti-Averroism in the Prologue to Ordinatio: A First Approach,” 430-464.
  • José Antonio Valdivia Fuenzalida, Review of Perception and the Internal Senses. Peter of John Olivi on the Cognitive Functions of the Sensitive Soul, by Juhana Tovainen, 518


Giornale di Metafisica, 2014 (3 ipy).

Issue 1-2: NTR.

Issue 3: forthcoming


Gregorianum, 95 (4 ipy).

Fasc. 1

  • Thomas P. Harmon, “Augustine on Pilgrimage for the Whole Man,” 95-104.
  • John W. Peck, S.I., “Angelic Primal Sin: A Test Case for Aquinas’ Intellectualism,” 105-126.
  • Bernado Lins Brandão, “Ascensão e virtude em Plotino. Sobre a doutrina dos níveis da virtude na Enéada I, 4,” 145-157.

Fasc. 2

  • Michele Di Marco, “La figura di Costantino in Occidente fra tardo antico e alto Medioevo (s. IV ex. - VIII in.),” 365-391.
  • A. Nugenes, Review of Maître Eckhart, by J. Casteigt, 415-417.

Fasc. 3

  • Luigi Giola, OSB, “Il carattere teologale, storico ed ecclesiale dell’identità personale in Agostino,” 487-509.
  • Yilun Cai, “Desiderium natural vivendi Deum in Robert Bellarmine’s Commentary on Summa theologiae,” 511-534.
  • S. D’Agostino, Review of Franceso Bacone, by G. Giglioni, 643-645.

Fasc. 4: NTR.

 

Heythrop Journal, 55 (6 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issues 4, 5, 6: NTR.


History and Philosophy of Logic, 35 (4 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 4


History of Philosophy Quarterly, 31 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issues 2, 3, 4: NTR.


International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 75-76 (6 ipy). 

Vol. 75: NTR

Vol. 76, issue 1

Vol. 76, issues 2, 3: NTR.


International Journal of Philosophical Studies
, 22 (5 ipy): NTR


International Journal in Philosophy and Theology
(formerly Bijdragen), 75 (4-5 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

  • Alberto Romele, " The ineffectiveness of hermeneutics. Another Augustine’s legacy in Gadamer," 422-439.


International Philosophical Quarterly, 54 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Journal of Islamic Philosophy: no issue this year..

Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, 22 (2 ipy). NTR.

Journal of Philosophical Logic, 43 (6 ipy): NTR.

Journal of Philosophical Research, 39 (1 ipy). NTR

Journal of Religious Ethics, 42 (3-4 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 3, 4: NTR


Journal of the History of Ideas, 75 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3, 4: NTR.


Journal of the History of Philosophy, 52 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4:


The Journal of Religion, 94 (4 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 4:


Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 77 (1 ipy).

  • T. A. Heslop, “St. Anselm and the Good Samaritan Window at Canterbury Cathedral,” 1-33.
  • C.P.E. Nothaft, “Climate, Astrology and the Age of the World in Thirteenth-Century Thought: Giles of Lessines and Roger Bacon on the Precession of the Solar Apogee,” 35-60.
  • Jan Machielsen, “The Rise and Fall of Seneca Tragicus, c. 1365-1593,” 61-85.
  • Denis J. –J. Rochibaud, “Marsilio Ficino’s ‘Si Deus Fiat Homo’ and Augustine’s ‘Non Ibi Legi’: The Incarnation and Plato’s Persona in the Scholia to the Laws,” 87-114


Laval théologique et philosophique,70 (3 ipy).

Issue 2

Issue 3


Médiévales, 66-67 (2 ipy).

Volume 66

Volume 67: NTR.


Mediaevalia
,  35 (1 ipy): NTR


Mediaevalia. Textos e estudos
, 33 (1 ipy)

  • Angel Poncela, “The Concept of Imagination and its Influence on the Philosophical Theory of Dream in Islamic Prophetic Knowledge”     
  • Celia Lopez Alcalde Lopez Alcalde, “The Concept of ymaginatio in the Commentary on the De Anima Attributed to Petrus Hispanus”           
  • Anna Corrias, “Plotinian Motives in Ficino's Account of the Soul” 
  • Paula Oliveira e Silva, “The Debate on the Subject and Nature of the Scientia de anima in Some 16th Century Portuguese Commentaries on Aristotle’s De Anima: Pedro da Fonseca (attrib.), Marcos Jorge, Pedro Luís, Cristóvão Gil”    
  • Mário Santiago de Carvalho, “Reading the “Prohemium” of De Anima from the Jesuit Aristotelian Conimbricenses Course: how to Surpass Aristotle Reading Aristotle?”       
  • Maria Camps, “The Question of the Immortality of the Soul According to Manuel de Góis and Balthasar Álvares, Jesuit Course of Coimbra (1598)”
  • João Rebalde, “Animals’ Freedom in Luis de Molina’s Concordia
  • Ana Lima, “Oróbio de Castro and the Problem of Crypto-Judaism”
  • T Joana Serrado, “The Several Recollections of the Soul in the Portuguese Mystic Joana de Jesus”


Mediaeval Sophia
, 15-16 (1-2 ipy). 

Mediaeval Studies,76 (1 ipy).

  • Tristan Sharp, “Tractatus de confessione “Actiuus contemplatiuo”: A Thirteenth-Century Guide to Confession for Monks,” 1-56.
  • Mark J. Clark, “The Biblical Gloss, the Search for Peter Lombard’s Glossed Bible, and the School of Paris,” 57-113.
  • Claude Lafleur and David Piché with the collaboration of Joanne Carrier, “The Questiones circa litteram de uniuersalibus and Expositio littere secunde partis prohemii of the Commentary on the Isagoge Attributed (?) to John Pagus (I. Introduction and Doctrinal Study): The Ontological Status of Universals,” 149-168.
  • Spencer E. Young, “The Subsidiary Sins as Guides to Early Dominican Pastoral Care and Moral Reformation in Stephen of Bourbon’s Tractatus de diversis materiis predicabilibus,” 169-215.
  • Anna Fredriksson, “The Council of Constance, Jean Gerson, and St. Birgitta’s Reuelaciones,” 217-239.
  • Domenic d’Ettore, “The Fifteenth-Century Thomist Dispute over Participation in an Analogous Concept: John Capreolus, Dominic of Flanders, and Paul Soncinas,” 241-273.
  • Giles E. M. Gasper, “Robert Grosseteste at Durham,” 297-303.

.
Medioevo. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale, 39 (1 ipy)

.
Micrologus, 22 (1 ipy).


Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 38 (1 ipy). NTR          

Mind, 123 (4 ipy): NTR.

The Monist, 97(4 ipy): NTR.

Nova et Vetera, 12 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Paul Morrissey, “Servais-Théodore Pinckaers, O.P., and the Renewal of Sapiential Thomistic Theology,” 163-191.
  • Michael M. Waddell, “The Importance of Rapture in the Thought of Aquinas,” 255-285.
  • R. Jared Staudt, “Reality and Sign: Thomas Aquinas and the Christological Exegesis of Pope Benedict XVI,” 331-363.
  • Matthew Archer, Review of Thomas Aquinas: Teacher and Scholar. The Aquinas Lectures at Maynooth, volume 2: 2002–2010, edited by James McEvoy, Michael W. Dunne, and Julia Hynes, 365.

Issue 2

  • Daniel A. Keating, Review of Orthodox Readings of Aquinas, by Marcus Plested, 582.

Issue 3

  • Shawn Colberg, “Reductio as Pattern and Journey in Bonaventure,” 675-700.
  • Reinhard Hütter, “Conscience ‘Truly So Called” and Its Counterfeit: John Henry Newman and Thomas Aquinas on What Conscience Is and Why It Matters,” 701-767.
  • David Lyle Jeffrey, “The Beauty of the Cross in Augustine’s Aesthetics,” 769-789.
  • Charles D. Robertson, “John Capreolus: Prince of Thomists or Corruptor of Thomism,” 837-861.
  • Mark K. Spencer, “The Personhood of the Separated Soul,” 863-912.
  • Ezra Sullivan, O.P., “Natural Self-Transcending Love According to Thomas Aquinas,” 913-946.
  • Christopher M. Cullen, S.J., “The Doctrine of Analogy among the Thomists: A Debate Renewed,” 975-988.
  • Rober W. Nutt, “On Analogy, the Incarnation, and the Sacraments of the Church: Considerations from the Tertia pars of the Summa Theologiae,” 989-1004.

Issue 4

  • Thomas Joseph White, O.P., “St. Thomas Aquinas and the Wisdom of the Cross,” 1029-1043.
  • Joseph Ellul, O.P., “Expressing the Inexpressible: Naming the One God in the Summa theologiae of Thomas Aquinas and in the Writings of Abu Hamid al-Ghazali,” 1125-1157.
  • Michal Paluch, O.P., “Recovering a Doctrine of Providence: A Report,” 1159-1172.
  • Bryan Kromholtz, “Eschatology and the Doctrine of God in St. Thomas Aquinas,” 1215-1231.
  • Bernhard Blackenhorn, O.P., Review of Gegenwart de Offenbarung: Zu den Bonaventura-Forschungen Joseph Ratzingers, edited by Marianne Schlosser and Franz-Xaver Heibl,621-625.
  • Trent Poplum, Review of La discussion sull’esisteza di Dio nei teologi Domenicani a Salamanca dal 1561 al 1669: Studio sui testi di Sotomayor, Manico, Medina, Astorga, Bánez e Godny, by Mano Mantovani, 626-629.


Nous, 48 (4 ipy): NTR.

Oriens, 42 (4 ipy).

Issue 1-2

Issue 3-4


Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy, 2 (1 ipy).

  • Christophe Erismann, “Explaining Exact Resemblance: Gilbert of Poitiers’s Conformitas Theory Reconsidered,” 1-24.
  • Christina Van Dyke, “I See Dead People: Disembodied Souls and Aquinas’s ‘Two-Person’ Problem,” 25-45.
  • Gloria Frost, “Aquinas and Scotus on the Source of Contingency,” 46-66.
  • Han Thomas Adriaenssen, “Peter John Olivi and Peter Auriol on Conceptual Thought,” 67-97.
  • Paul Hoffman, “Aquinas on Spiritual Change,” 98-103
  • Pseudo-Joscelin, Treatise on Genera and Species (ed. P. King), 104-211.
  • Patrick Toner, "Critical study of Fabrizio Amerini's Aquinas on the Beginning and End of Human Life," 212-230.


Philosopher’s Imprint, 14 (multiple ipy): NTR.

Philosophia, 42 (4 ipy): NTR


The Philosophical Quarterly
, 63 (4 ipy)

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR


The Philosophical Review, 123 (4 ipy): NTR.

Philosophical Studies, 167-171 (multi ipy).

Vol. 171, Issue 1

Vol. 171, Issues 2, 3: NTR..


Philosophical Topics, 42 (2 ipy): NTR


Philosophiques
, 41 (2 ipy)

Issue 1

  • David Piché, « La cause de l’individuation selon les philosophes de l’Université de Paris entre 1230 et 1260 », 57-78.

Issue 2 : NTR


Philosophy and Theology, 26 (2 ipy).

Issue 2


Philosophy Compass, 9 (12 ipy).

Issue 12


Praxis Filosófica, 38 – 39(2 ipy): NTR


Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 88 (1 ipy)


Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, 11  (1 ipy)


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


Quaestiones Disputatae, 4-5 (2 ipy)

Vol. 4 Issue 2:

Vol. 5 Issue 1

Vol. 5 Issue 2: NTR.


Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales
, 81 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Religious Studies, 50 (4 ipy). 

Issue 2

Issues 3, 4: NTR.


Res Philosophica, 91 (4 ipy).

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR


Review of Metaphysics, 67-68 (4 ipy).

Volume 67, Issue 3

Volume 67, Issue 4

Volume 68, Issue 1

Volume 68, Issue 2


Revue de l ’Histoire des Religions, 2014 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4 : NTR


Revue d’Histoire des Sciences, 2014 (2 ipy). NTR

Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et théologiques, 98 (4 ipy).

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Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4:


Revue des Sciences Religieuses, 88 (1-4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • Hugues Agbenuti, “Le Vocabulaire Théologique de la pneumatologie de Didyme d’Alexandrie,” 49-63.

Issue 4

  • Élisabeth Boncour, “Maître Eckhart: une herméneutique de la divinisation,” 517-539.


Revue d’Études Augustiniennes et Patristiques, 60 (2 ipy).

Issue 1

Issue 2


Revue Philosophique de la France et de l'Étranger, 139 (4 ipy). 

Issue 1

Issues 2, 3, 4: NTR.


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

Revue Thomiste, CXIV (4 ipy).

Fasc. 1

  • Gilbert Dahan, “Thomas d’Aquin: la politique et l’Écriture,” 5-22.
  • Philippe Vallin, “Saint Thomas d’Aquin et la politique, Pourquoi l’homme est-il un animal politique ? L’épreuve eschatologique de la cité, entre émulation et tentation” 59-94.
  • François Daguet, “Le bien commun dans la théologie politique de saint Thomas d’Aquin,” 95-128.
  • Michel Bastit, “La justice générale selon saint Thomas: une politique de la félicité,” 129-142.

Fasc. 2

  • François-Xavier Putallaz, “Politique et métaphysique selon Thomas d’Aquin,” 179-196.
  • Fr. Benoît-Dominique de la Soujeole, “L’Église est-elle une ‘société’?” 197-212.
  • Vittorio Possenti, “Thomisme et pensée politique chez Jacques Maritain,” 213-226

Fasc. 3,

  • Pius Mary Noonan, “Auriga et Genetrix: le rôle de la prudence dans le jugement de la conscience (I),” 355.
  • Philippe-Marie Margelidon,  “La science infuse du Christ selon saint Thomas d’Aquin, ” 379.
  • Gaëlle Demelemestre, “Enjeu et portée du commentaire sur le traité des lois de Thomas d’Aquin par Francisco de Vitoria,” 417

Fasc. 4

  • Pius Mary Noonan, “Auriga et Genetrix: Le rôle de la prudence dans le jugement de la conscience (II),” 531-568.
  • Thibaut Gress, Hervé Pasqua, “Maître Eckhart (1260-1327) et Nicolas de Cues (1401-1464) (I),” 653-696.


Rivista di Filosofia Neoscolastica, 2014 (4 ipy).

Fasc. 1-2

Fasc. 3

Fasc. 4


Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 2014 (4 ipy).

Fasc. 1

  • Alfonso Ingegno, “Per l’etica di Valla. Dalla Repastinatio al De libero arbitrio,” 27-56.
  • Miquel Seguró, “On the Path to Modernity: Francisco Suárez’s Disputatio XXIX,” 57-82.

Fasc. 3

  • Domenico Ferraro, “In negotiis de otio cogitare. Petrarca nella Milano dei Visconti,” 401-420.

Fasc. 4: NTR.


Southwest Philosophy Review, 30 (2 ipy): NTR.

Speculum, 89 (4 ipy)

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Issue 2

Issue 3

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Studia Neoaristotelica, 11 (2-3 ipy).

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Issue 3


Studi Francescani. NA

Studi Medievali, 55 (2 ipy).
                                           
Fasc. 1

  • Valentina Lunardini, «Peculiaritá lessicali nel Dialogus miraculorum di Cesario di Heisterbach,» 75-100.
  • Benoît Debiève, «La plenitude potestatis dans le Breviloquium de principatu tyrannico (1339-1341) de Guillaume d’Ockham,» 101-163.
  • Wim François, «Augustine’s Heritage in Late Medieval Biblical Scholarship (1200-1500),» 25-73.
  • Albrecht Classen, «The Mirror Image in Neidhart’s Poetry: Destabilization of the Social Structure by Means of Sexual Competition,» 165-188.
  • Francesca Dell’Acqua, «L’auctoritas dello pseudo-Dionigi e Sugerio di Saint Denis,» 189-213.

Fasc. 2: NTR


Synthèse, 191 (multiple ipy): NTR. 


The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review, 78 (4 ipy).

Issue 1

  • John F. Wippel, “Aquinas on Creation and Preambles of Faith,” 1-36.
  • Reginald M. Lynch, O.P., “Cajetan’s Harp: Sacraments and the Life of Grace in Light of Perfective Instrumentality,” 65-106.
  • Steven J. Jensen, review of Thomas Aquinas and the Philosophy of Punishment by Peter Karl Koritansky, 138-141.
  • David Liberto, review of God the Father in the Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas by John Baptist Ku, 150-152.
  • Lawrence Feingold, review of Aquinas’s Notion of Pure Nature and the Christian Integralism of Henri de Lubac: Not Everything Is Grace by Bernard Mulcahy, O.P., 152-156.

Issue 2

  • Corey L. Barnes, “Thomas Aquinas’s Chalcedonian Christology and Its Influence on Later Scholastics,” 189-217.
  • Boyd Taylor Coolman, “’To Know Christ in the Father, Christ in the Flesh, and Christ in the Eucharist’: The Comprehensive Scope of Classical Christology in the Twelfth Century,” 219-245.
  • Thomas Joseph White, O.P., “Imperfect Happiness and the Final End of Man: Thomas Aquinas and the Paradigm of Nature-Grace Orthodoxy,” 247-289.
  • Patrick Masterson, review of Thomas Aquinas: Teacher and Scholar: The Aquinas Lectures at Maynooth. Volume 2: 2002–2010 ed. by James McEvoy, Michael Dunne, Julia Hynes, 304-306.
  • V. Bradley Lewis, review of Thomism and Tolerance by John F. X. Knasas, 311-31.

Issue 3

  • Steven Baldner, “Albertus Magnus: Matter, Motion, and the Heavens,” 327-350.
  • Victor M. Salas, “Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola on Being and Unity: A Thomistic Solution to an Ancient Quarrel,” 351-377.
  • Michael Storck, “Pars integralis in St. Thomas Aquinas and the Parts of Living Substances,” 379-399.
  • D. Svoboda and P. Sousedík, “Mathematical One and Many: Aquinas on Number,” 401-418
  • Marcia Colish, review of Christ’s Two Wills in Scholastic Thought: The Christology of Aquinas and Its Historical Contexts by Corey L. Barnes, 447-450.
  • Michael F. Cusato, review of Francis of Assisi: A New Biography by Augustine Thompson, 455-459.
  • Wayne Hankey, review of Trinité et création au prisme de la voie négative chez Saint Thomas d’Aquin by Thierry-Dominique Humbrecht, 463-466.
  • Guy Mansini, review of Du Christ à la Trinité: Penser les Mystères du Christ après Thomas d’Aquin et Balthasar by Étienne Vetö, 466-470.
  • Francisco J. Romero Carrasquillo, review of The Science of Being as Being: Metaphysical Investigations ed. by Gregory T. Doolan, 477-482.

Issue 4:

  • Reinhard Hütter, Testifying to the Truth usque ad sanguinem- pro veritate mori: The Contemporary Relevance of Thomas Aquinas’s Integral Doctrine of Martyrdom,” 483-518.
  • Emmanuel Durand, O.P., “The Gospel of Prayer and Theories of Providence: A Theological Discernment Following Thomas Aquinas, 519-536.
  • Marie I. George, “On the Meaning of ‘Immanent Activity’ according to Aquinas,” 537-556.
  • John Froula, “Esse secundarium: An Analogical Term Meaning That by Which Christ is Human,” 557-580.
  • Daniel Shields, “On Ultimate Ends: Aquinas’s Thesis That Loving God Is Better Than Knowing Him,” 581-608.
  • Trent Pomplun, review of La discussione sull’esistenza di Dio nei teologi domenicani a Salamanca dal 1561 al 1669. Studio sui testi di Sotomayor, Mancio, Medina, Astorga, Báñez e Godoy by Mauro Mantovani, 626-630.

Tijdschrift voor Filosofie,  76 (4 ipy): NTR.


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ópicos. Revista de Filosofia, 46-47 (2 ipy). 

Volume 47


Topoi, 33 (1-2 ipy). NTR


Traditio
, 69
(1 ipy)


Vivarium
, 52 (4 ipy). 

Issue 1-2

Issue 3-4


Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science, 49 (4 ipy): NTR

 

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