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THE 2016 TABLE OF TABLES

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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.

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2016 Papers

(as of July 20, 2017)

 

Alpha omega: rivista di filosofia e teologia dell'Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum, 19 (2-3 ipy):

Issue 3:


American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly,  90 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 3

Issue 4

Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía, 33(1-2 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Angelicum, 93 (3 ipy)

Fasc. 1

  • Ryan J. Brandy, “A Defense of Aquinas’s Reading of Aristotle Regarding God’s Efficient Causality,” 1 – 20.
  •  Margherita Belli, “Eternità e tempo nella Super Librum de causis expositio di Tommaso d’Aquino. Due strutture metafisiche della realtà a confronto,” 21 – 52.
  •  Fernando Fiorentino, “Il Signum Formale in Giovanni di San Tommaso come principio dell’Ermeneutica Aristotelico-Tomistica,” 53 – 92.
  • Daniel M. Garland Jr., “Panis Vitae: A Thomistic Classification of the Eucharist as Necessary for Salvation,” 93 – 108.
  • Steven A. Long, “Pruning the Vine of La Nouvelle Theologie in the Garden of Thomism: Regarding the Thomistic Corrective to ‘La Nouvelle Theologie’,” 135 – 156.
  • Piotr Roszak, “Revelation and Scripture: Exploring the Scriptural Foundations of sacra doctrina in Aquinas,” 191 – 218.
Fasc. 2

  • Harald Bollbuck, “St. Thomas in Wittenberg. Thomism before and in the Early Reformation. The Case of Karlstadt,” 281 – 296.
  • Antonia Fitzpatrick, “Aquinas on the Unicity of Substantial form and Postmortem Bodily Continuity,” 297 – 314.
  • Dominic Legge, O.P., “Reasonable Belief: The Contribution of Aquinas and his Dominican Followers on the Act of Faith and its Reasonableness,” 315 – 330.
  • Judith R. Ryder, “Dominican Influence in 14th Century Byzantium: Demetrios Kydones, Aquinas, and Greek-Latin Relations,” 331 – 344.

Fasc. 3

  • Gilles Emery, O.P., “La Révélation de la Trinité, mystère de salut selon saint Thomas d’Aquin,” 419 – 444.
  • Henry Donneaud, O.P., “Pourquoi Dieu parle-t-il ? La nécessité de la foi et de la doctrine sacrée selon S. Thomas d’Aquin,” 481 – 495.
  • Joseph Ellel, O.P., “Scriptural Prophecy and Islamic Metaphysics,” 513 – 536.
  • Marc Millais, O.P., “Saint Thomas, prédicateur,” 537 – 548.


Annuario Filosofico
, 32 (1 ipy): Forthcoming


Anuario Filosófico
, 49 (3 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3


Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26 (2 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2


Archa Verbi. Yearbook for the Study of Medieval Theology
, 13  (1 ipy)

  • Daniel W. Houck, “Natura Humana Relicta est Christo: Thomas Aquinas on the Effects of Original Sin.”
  • John T. Slotemaker / Jeffrey C. Witt, “Tristis est anima mea :The Suffering of Christ and Humanity in Robert Holcot’s Sermon 76.”
  • Martina Roesner, “Bericht über das Wiener Forschungskolloquium Hermeneutik des Lebens. Meister Eckharts exegetisches Programm.”

Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie
, 98 (4 ipy)

Issue 3


Archive for History of Exact Sciences,  70 (6 ipy)

Issue 3 

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6 :  NTR


Archives de Philosophie
, 79 (4 ipy)

Issue 3

Issue 4 : NTR


Archives d’Histoire Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen-Âge
, 83 (1 ipy) :


Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences, 66  (2 ipy)  (Issues 176 – 177): NTR


Archivum Franciscanum Historicum
, 109  (4 ipy)

Issue 1-2

Issues 3-4


Archivum Latinitatis Medii Aevi
, 74  (1 ipy): forthcoming


Augustinian Studies, 47 (2 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2


Augustinianum, 56  (2 ipy):

Issue 1

Issue 2


Australasian Journal of Philosophy
, 94 (4 ipy): NTR


Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter
, 19  (1 ipy)


British Journal for the History of Philosophy
, 24  (4-6 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 6


Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale, 58 (1 ipy):

  • D. Poirel, “Deux styles de vie et de pensée dans la première moitié du XIIe siècle : Pierre Abélard et Hugues de Saint-Victor.”
  • E. Rubino S. Pagani, Il De mineralibus di Avicenna tradotto da Alfredo di Shareshill.” 
  • E. Wielockx, “A scribe of Four Scholars.”
  • A. Punzi, A New Redaction of John Duns Scotus’ Reportatio Parisiensis IV.”
  • C. Schabel, “The Quaestiones libri Physicorum by Franciscus Marbres (Johannes Canonicus), Part II: Manuscripts, Printings and the Textual Tradition.”
  • P. Bakker,Three Anonymous Sets of Questions on Aristotle’s Physics Related to John Buridan’s Quaestiones super octo libros Physicorum (secundum ultimam lecturam).”
  • R. Pomplun,John Duns Scotus in the History of Medieval Philosophy from the Sixteenth Century to Étienne Gilson.”


Byzantinische Forschungen, Internationale Zeitschrift für Byzantinistik
???


Cahiers de l'Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin
, 85 (1 ipy) :


Canadian Journal of Philosophy
, 46 (4 ipy): NTR


Chôra
, 14 (1 ipy): NTR


Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie
, 64   (6 ipy): NTR


Dialogue
, 55  4 ipy

Issue 1

Issue 3:

Issue 4: NTR


Dionysius
, 34  (1 ipy):


Discusiones Filosóficas, 17 (2 ipy): NTR


Divus Thomas
,
119  (3 ipy)

Issue 1

Issues 2-3: forthcoming


Documenti E Studi Sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale
, 27 (1 ipy)

  • Roberto Granieri, “Systems of Predication. Aristotle’s Categories in Topics, I, 9,” 1 – 18.
  • Michael J. Griffin, “Why Philosophy Begins with the Categories: Perspectives from the 1st century Greek Commentators,” 19 – 42.
  • Riccardo Chiaradonna, “Are There Qualities in Intelligible Being? On Plotinus VI.2 [43] 14,” 43 – 64.
  • Mareike Hauer, “The notion of epitêdeiotês in Simplicius’ discussion of quality,” 65 – 84.
  • Hamid Taieb, “Classifying Knowledge and Cognates: On Aristotle’s Categories, 8 11a20-38 and Its Early Reception,” 85 – 106.
  • Alessandro D. Conti, “Relations and Relatives in Boethius’s Commentary on the Categories: the Invention of Monadic Two-place Predicates,” 107 – 130.
  • Paul Thom, “On logics of genus and differentia in the Aristotelian tradition,” 131 – 162.
  • Sylvia di Vincenzo, “Avicenna’s reworking of Porphyry’s ‘common accident’ in the light of Aristotle’s Categories,” 163 – 194.
  • Niccolò Caminada, “A quotation of an anonymous ‘logician’ in Avicenna’s Categories,” 195 – 238.
  • Charles Girard, “Les catégories d’action et de passion dans le Livre des Six principes et quelques-uns de ses commentaires,” 239 – 272.
  • Heine Hansen, “A Book about Being: Anonymus Domus Petri 205 on Aristotle’s Categories,” 273 – 302.
  • Bruno Tremblay, “Albertus Magnus on the Problem of the Division of the Categories,” 303 – 346.
  • Magali Roques, “Quantification and Measurement of Qualities at the Beginning of the 14th Century. The Case of William of Ockham,” 347 – 380.
  • Jenny Pelletier, “Walter Chatton on Categories,” 381 – 410.
  • Julie Brumberg-Chaumont, “Buridan et le problème des termes singuliers substantiels,” 411 – 452.
  • Francesco di Giacomo, “Pensare ed interpretare la realtà: il commento alle Categorie di Giovanni Buridano,” 453 – 484.

Early Science and Medicine, 21 (6 ipy)

Issue 1

Issues 2-6: NTR


Estudios Filosoficos
, 65 (3 ipy)

Issue 1 (n° 188)

Issue 2 (n° 189)

Issue 3 (n° 190): NTR


Faith and Philosophy
, 33 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4:

 

Falsafe va Kalam-e Eslami (Iranian Journal For The Philosophy & Kalam) (Maqalat wa Barrasiha), 49 (1-2 ipy):

Issue 1

Issue 2: forthcoming


Filozofia
  71 (10 ipy)

Issue 6

Issue 9

Issue 10: NTR


Franciscan Studies
, 74 (1 ipy)


Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie Und Theologie, 63 (2 ipy): forthcoming

Issue 1

Issue 2


Giornale di Metafisica, 28 (3 ipy):

Issue 1

  • Costante Marabelli, "La verità sublime del nome di Dio," 11 – 22
  • Enrico Berti, "Argomenti aristotelici contro l’esistenza di un Essere per essenza," 23 – 38
  • Jean-François Courtine, "La construction de l’ontothéologie," 39 – 57
  • Anthony Kenny, “Quidditas and Anitas after Frege,” 109 – 118
  • Christopher Hughes, "San Tommaso sulla natura e sulle implicazioni della semplicitá divina," 119 – 142
  • Winfried Löffler, "Two Approaches to Divine Simplicity. Reply to Anthony Kenny and Christopher Hughes," 157 – 164

Issue 2

  • Rafael Alvira, "Proseguir la metafísica en el espíritu del neoplatonismo cristiano," 435 – 448

Issue 3: Forthcoming


Gregorianum
, 97 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

  • Andrew Meszaros, “Some Neoscholastic Receptions of Newman on Doctrinal Development,” 123-150.

Issue 2-4: NTR


Heythrop Journal
, 57 (6 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 6


History and Philosophy of Logic, 37 (4 ipy)

Issue 3

Issue 4


History of Philosophy Quarterly, 33 (4 ipy): NTR


International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, 79-80 (6 ipy)

Volume 79
Issue 2

Issue 3

Volume 80
Issue1

Issue 2

Issue 3


International Journal of Philosophical Studies, 24 (5 ipy)

Issue 2

Issue 3-5: NTR


International Journal of Philosophy and Theology
, 77 (formerly Bijdragen) 4-5 ipy

Issue 1-2

Issues 4-5


International Philosophical Quarterly, 56 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10  (1 ipy):


Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy, 24 (2 ipy)

Issue 2


Journal of Philosophical Logic, 45 (6 ipy): NTR

Journal of Philosophical Research, 41  (1 ipy): NTR


Journal of Religious Ethics
, 44  (4 ipy)

Issue 2

Issue 4

Journal of the History of Ideas, 77  (4 ipy)

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR


Journal of the History of Philosophy
, 54  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR


The Journal of Religion
, 96  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes
, 79  (1 ipy):


Laval théologique et philosophique
, 72  (3 ipy) :

Issue 1-2: NTR

Issue 3: Forthcoming


Médiévales
, 70 and 71  (2  ipy)

Issue 2 n° (71)


Mediaevalia
36/37
(special double issue for 2015/2016) (1 ipy)


Mediaevalia. Textos e estudos
, 35
 (1 ipy): forthcoming


Mediaeval Sophia, 18  (1 ipy):


Mediaeval Studies
, 78  (1 ipy):
  • Andrew Hicks, “Hisdosus Scholasticus, De anima mundi Platonica: An Edition,” 1-64.
  • Alice Hutton Sharp, “Textual Format and the Development of the Early Glossa on Genesis,” 125-165.
  • Stephen Read and Mark Thakkar, “Robert Fland, or Elandus Dialecticus?,” 167-180.
  • Siegfried Wenzel, “Distinctiones and Sermons: The Distincciones Lathbury (Alphabetum morale) and Other Collections in Fourteenth-Century England,” 181-202.

Medioevo. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale
, 46 (1 ipy): forthcoming


Micrologus
, 24  (1 ipy)

  • Charles Burnett, “On Judging and Doing in Arabic and Latin Texts on Astrology and Divination,” 3-12.
  • Danielle Jacquart, “Quelques propos introductifs: la confluence des sources grecques et arabes dans l'Occident médiéval latin,” 13-24.
  • Michael Rogers McVaugh, “Why Rhazes?” 43-72.
  • Mohammed Abattouy, “The Corpus of Mechanics of Al-Isfizari: its Structure and Signification in the Context of Arabic Mechanics,” 121-172.
  • David Juste, “The Impact of Arabic Sources on European Astrology: Some Facts and Numbers,” 173-194.
  • Jean-Patrice Boudet, “Les comètes dans le Centiloquium et le De cometis du pseudo-Ptolémée,” 195-226.
  • Nicolas Weill-Parot, “Devenirs de la magie astrale hermétique arabe dans le monde latin: signification «culturelle» d'une utilisation (XIIe- XVe siècle),” 227-268.
  • Godefroid de Callataÿ, “Who were the Readers of the Rasa'il Ikhwan al-Safa'?” 269-302.
  • Mohammad Bagheri, “Kushyar ibn Labban's Mathematical Approachin His Astronomical Handbook,” 303-310.
  • Iolanda Ventura, “Medieval Pharmacy and the Arabic Heritage: the Salernitan Collection Circa instans,” 339-402.
  • Véronique Boudon-Millot, “L'apport des traducteurs arabes dans le débat sur l'authenticité des traités galéniques,” 403-424.
  • Jean-Marc Mandosio, “The Use of al-Kindî's Treatise On Rays in Peter of Zealand's Elucidation of Marvelous Things (End of the 15th Century),” 425-456.

Midwest Studies In Philosophy, 40  (1 ipy): NTR

Mind, 125  (4 ipy): NTR

The Monist, 99 (4 ipy): NTR

Nous, 50  (4 ipy): NTR


Nova et Vetera
, 14  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

  • Reinhard Hütter, “Happiness and Religion: Why the Virtue of Religion is Indispensable for Attaining the Final End, A Re-lecture of Thomas Aquinas with an Eye to His Contemporary Relevance,” 15-60.
  • Bruce D. Marshall, “Religion and Election: Aquinas on Natural Law, Judaism, and Salvation in Christ,” 61-126.
  • Joseph K. Gordon, “St. Thomas Aquinas “Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth”: The Historical and Theological Contours of Thomas’s Principia,” 245-270.
  • Matthew R. McWhorter, “Aquinas and the Sins of Ignorance,” 271-294.
  • William E. Carroll, Review of Unlocking Divine Action: Contemporary Science and Thomas Aquinas, by Michael J. Dodds, O.P., 343-346.
  • Matthew Levering, Review of Dust Bound for Heaven: Explorations in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas, by Reinhard Hütter, 353-361.
  • T. Adam Van Wart, Review of God the Father in the Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas, by John Baptist Ku, O.P., 367-370.
  • Kevin White, Review of Philosophical Virtues and Psychological Strengths: Building the Bridge, edited by Romanus Cessario, O.P., Craig Steven Titus, and Paul C. Vitz, 371.

Issue 2

  • Edward Feser, “From Aristotle to John Searle and Back Again: Formal Causes, Teleology, and Computation in Nature,” 459 – 494.
  • Simon Francis Gaine, OP, “Response to Edward Feser,” 495 – 502.
  • Alfred J. Freddoso, “The Vindication of St. Thomas: Thomism and Contemporary Anglo-American Philosophy,” 565 – 584.
  • Thomas Joseph White, OP, “Response to Alfred J. Freddoso,” 585 – 590.
  • Peter Junípero Hannah, OP, “The Metaphysics of Meaning: Applying a Thomistic Ontology of Art to a Contemporary Hermeneutical Puzzle and the Problem of the Sensus Literalis,” 675 – 698.
  • Joshua Gonnerman, Review of T & T Clark Companion to Augustine and Modern Theology ed. C. C. Pecknold, 702 – 706.
  • Christopher T. Baglow, Review of Dark Passages of the Bible: Engaging Scripture with Benedict XVI and Thomas Aquinas by Matthew J. Ramage, 707 – 711.
  • Kevin E. O’Reilly, OP, Review of Dynamic Transcendentals; Truth, Goodness, & Beauty from a Thomastic Perspective by Alice M. Ramos, 712 – 715.
  • Karina Robson, Review of Aquinas and the Cry of Rachel: Thomistic Reflections on the Problem of Evil by John F. X. Xnasas, 720.

Issue 3

  • John Cuddeback, “Reflections of a Green Thomist on Pope Francis’s Laudato Si’,” 735 – 744.
  • Christopher J. Thompson, “Laudato Si’ and the Rise of Green Thomism,” 745 – 756.
  • Mark K. Spencer, “Divine Causality and Created Freedom: A Thomistic Personalist View,” 919 – 964.
  • Matthew R. McWhorter, Review of Scholarly Community at the Early University of Paris: Theologians, Education, and Society, 1215 – 1248 by Spencer E. Young, 1031 – 1033.
  • John Rziha, Living the Good Life: A Beginner’s Thomistic Ethics by Steven J. Jensen, 1040 – 1044.

Issue 4

  • Bernhard Blankenhorn, OP, “Aquinas on the Spirit’s Gift of Understanding and Dionysius’s Mystical Theology,” 1113 – 1132.
  • Domenic D’Ettore, “Thomas Sutton’s Doctrine of Analogy: Revisiting a Continuator of Thomas Aquinas,” 1153 – 1174.
  • John Meinert, “Alimentum Pacis: The Eucharist and Peace in St. Thomas Aquinas,” 1193 – 1212.
  • Christopher O. Blum, Review of The Philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas: A Sketch by Stephen L. Brock, 1341 – 1344.
  • Jared Ortiz, Review of Memory in Augustine’s Theological Anthropology by Paige E. Hochschild, 1353 – 1356.


Oriens
, 44 (4 ipy)

Issue 1-2

Issues 3-4:


Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy, 4 (1 ipy)


Philosopher’s Imprint, 16  (multi ipy): NTR


Philosophia, 44 (4 ipy): NTR


The Philosophical Quarterly
, 66  (4 ipy)

Issue 263

Issue 265


The Philosophical Review
, 125 (4 ipy): NTR

Philosophical Studies, 173  (multiple ipy): NTR


Philosophical Topics
, 44  (2 ipy):

Issue 1

Issue 2: NTR


Philosophiques, 43
 (2 ipy): NTR


Philosophy and Theology
, 28  (2 ipy):

Issue 1

Issue 2: NTR


Philosophy Compass
, 11  (12 ipy): NTR

Praxis Filosófica, 42 - 43  (2 ipy): NTR

Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association
, 90  (1ipy): forthcoming


Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics
, 13  (1 ipy)


Quaestio. Annuario di storia della metafisica, 16 (1 ipy):

  • Maud Pouradier, “Les deux totalités. Naissance et éclipse d’un concept dans le Commentaire des Sentences d’Albert le Grand,” 193-208.
  • Pasquale Porro, “La totalité peut-elle être un attribut divin ? Les questions De totalitate Dei d’Henri de Gand,” 209-223.
  • Mario Loconsole, “I ‘pagani’ come problema filosofico: un modello di ‘sintesi storica’” (review of Pagans and Philosophers. The Problem of Paganism from Augustine to Leibniz, by John Marenbon), 247-257.
  • Giancarlo Colacicco, “Pluralità nella continuità. La storia della metafisica rivisitata” (review of Métaphysiques rebelles. Genèse et Structures d’une science au Moyen-Age, by Olivier Boulnois), 257-264.
  • Irene Zavattero, “L’intertextualité scolastique dans les écrits d’Henri de Gand et de Gilles de Rome” (review of L’Aristotélisme exposé. Aspects du débat philosophique entre Henri de Gand et Gilles de Rome, by V. Cordonnier et T. Suarez-Nani, eds.), 264-267.
  • Mario Loconsole, “Nuove prospettive sul Convivio dantesco” (review of Il Convivio di Dante, by J. Bartuschat and A. Robiglio, eds.), 267-273.
  • Sara Ciancioso, “Il Commento alle Sentenze di Durando di S. Porziano” (review of Durand of Saint-Pourçain and His Sentences Commentaries, by A. Speer et al.), 273-279.
  • Federica D’Ercole, “Giovanni Duns Scoto ed Edith Stein” (review of La presenza di Duns Scoto nel pensiero di Edith Stein, by F. Alfieri), 282-286.


Quaestiones Disputatae
, 6  (2 ipy)

Issue 1 

Issue 2:


Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales, 83  (2 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2


Religious Studies, 52 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Res Philosophica
, 93  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR


The Review of Metaphysics, 69 (3-4) - 70 (1-2)  (4 ipy)

Volume 69
Issue 3

Issue 4

Volume 70, Issues 1 and 2: NTR


Revue de l’Histoire des Religions
, 2016  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 3

Issue 4 


Revue des Sciences Philosophiques et théologiques, 100  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Revue des Sciences Religieuses
, 90  (1-4 ipy)

Issue 2

Issues 3-4 : NTR


Revue d’Études Augustiniennes et Patristiques
, 62  (2 ipy):

Issue 1

Issue 2 : Forthcoming


Revue d'Histoire des Sciences
, 69  (2 ipy): NTR


Revue Philosophique de la France et de l'Étranger, 141  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issues 2-4: NTR


Revue Philosophique de Louvain
, 114  (4 ipy)

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR

Issue hors-série


Revue Thomiste
, 116  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issues 2-4: forthcoming


Rivista di Filosofia Neoscolastica
, 2016 (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4:


Rivista di Storia della Filosofia, 2016 (4 ipy)

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR


Southwest Philosophy Review
, 32 (2 ipy): NTR

Speculum, 91  (4  ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4: NTR


Studia Neoaristotelica, 13 (multiple ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

  • Monika Mansfeld, “The Fourfold Division of Opposition in Questions on Aristotle’s “Categories” (Quaestiones super “Praedicamenta” Aristotelis) by Benedict Hesse, Paul of Pyskowice and in the Oldest Cracow Commentary on the Categories Preserved in Cod. bj 1941,” 101 – 120.

Issue 3

Issue 5

 Issue 6

Issue 7: NTR


Studi Medievali
, 62 (2 ipy): forthcoming


Synthese
, 193  (multi ipy): NTR


Tijdschrift voor Filosofie
, 78  (4 ipy): NTR.

The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review, 80  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4


Tópicos. Revista de Filosofia
, 50-51  (1 ipy)

Volume 50, Issue 1

Volume 51, Issue 1


Topoi
, 35  (1-2 ipy)

Issue 2

Traditio, 71 (1 ipy)


Vivarium
, 54  (4 ipy)

Issue 1

Issue 2-3

Issue 4


Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science
, 51
(4 ipy): NTR.

 

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