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~ Diciembre 2018 ~
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Comunicaciones de SOFIME
César L. Raña Dafonte
In memoriam
 
El 17 de Noviembre falleció en Santiago de Compostela el Profesor Dr. D. César L. Raña Dafonte (1940-2018). Profesor en la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela desde la creación de su el Departamento de Filosofía en 1974, ahí enseñó hasta su jubilación y donde formó una escuela de estudio de la Filosofía Medieval que está continuando su labor. Miembro de SOFIME y reconocido estudioso de Filosofía Medieval, autor de numerosos estudios, algunos de los cuales los publicó en la revista de nuestra Sociedad, la Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval. Es uno de los más productivos puntuales colaboradores de la Revista, donde publicó sendos estudios, entre otros sobre temas y autores del siglo XII, algunos de ellos con traducciones de textos de autores como Pedro Abelardo, Juan de Salisbury, Pedro Compostellano, Honorio de Autun.
En la semblanza personal y académica del Profesor César Raña, escrita por su discípulo, colega y amigo, el Profesor Martín González Fernández, se encuentra además una completa presentación de su obra: «César L. Raña Dafonte, medievalista», Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 18 (2011) 243-247:
http://www.uco.es/ucopress/ojs/index.php/refime/article/view/6135/5750

A propuesta del Prof. Martín González se estaba organizando el coloquio SOFIME de 2019 (Santiago de Compostela, 22-23 de abril de 2019) como un homenaje al Prof. César Raña dedicándolo a “De amicitia. Amistad en la filosofía medieval e inícios de la modernidad”: https://sofime.eu/coloquio-2019/
Desafortunadamente el coloquio ya no tendrá su presencia, pero será leído su texto sobre la amistad y la Filosofía medieval.
R.I.P.
José Meirinhos,
Presidente de SOFIME
Actas del VII Congreso Internacional Ibero-Americano de SOFIME

Es un placer comunicaros que acaban de salir las Actas, en dos volúmenes, del VII Congreso Internacional Ibero-Americano de SOFIME, celebrado en Barcelona en noviembre de 2016.
 
El primer volumen recoge las conferencias plenarias y está disponible en open access en: 
https://revistes.uab.cat/enrahonar/issue/view/68/showToc
 
El segundo volumen, con las comunicaciones, también es de libre acceso, de forma completa en: 
https://ddd.uab.cat/pub/llibres/2018/enrahonar_a2018nsupissue/enrahonar_a2018nSupplissue.pdf
 
O separado por artículos en: 
https://ddd.uab.cat/search?cc=enrahonar&f=issue&p=enrahonar_a2018nsupissue&rg=100&sf=fpage&so=a&ln=ca
 
Agradecemos vuestra colaboración y confianza,
 
Maria Cabré, Alexander Fidora y Jaume Mensa
Editores de las Actas

 
Coloquios, Congresos y Encuentros
Cycle de séminaires-conférences en philosophie médiévale, ULB
 
Organisateurs : Odile Gilon et Christian Brouwer

La notion de flux (fluxus) ou d’influx (influentia) qualifie au début du XIIIe siècle l’idée d’émanation, traduite dans le cadre d’une métaphysique des causes (héritée du Liber de Causis). Elle greffe l’une sur l’autre la métaphysique aristotélicienne, le néoplatonisme proclusien et la métaphysique avicennienne. Mais que recouvre exactement cette notion ? En effet, les termes utilisés par Albert le Grand ou Roger Bacon recouvrent un spectre de signification assez large – influx, causalité, émanation, émission de puissances (virtutes), de similitudes, d’espèces, de formes – qui place l’idée d’influx aux confins de la métaphysique et de la philosophie naturelle (dans l’héritage des Libri naturales d’Aristote, mais aussi des théories optiques). La clarification de la notion d’influx permettra donc de réfléchir sur les frontières entre philosophie naturelle et métaphysique en ce début de XIIIe siècle, mais aussi sur les frontières entre métaphysique des causes et ontologie.
 
Programme
 
Le 24 octobre 2018 : Jules Janssens (KULeuven), À l’origine de la notion de ‘fluxus’ dans la tradition latine médiévale
Le 5 décembre 2018 : María Jesús Soto-Bruna (Universidad de Navarra), Processio et emanatio dans l’oeuvre métaphysique de Dominicus Gundissalinus
Le 15 février 2019 : Julie Casteigt (Université Toulouse II – Le Mirail), Émanation et génération dans le Super Iohannem d’Albert le Grand et dans quelques manuscrits de l’Amploniana
Le 8 mars 2019 : Dragos Calma (University College Dublin), Flux et création chez les albertistes
Le 3 avril 2019 : Olga Lizzini (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), La notion de flux (fayd) chez Avicenne (Ibn Sina)
Les séances du 24 octobre et du 5 décembre auront lieu de 16 à 18h, au Campus du Solbosch, local NB 5PA, au 5e niveau de la Bibliothèque des Sciences Humaines.

 
Jornada de estudos em colaboração entre a rede temática de excelência "Identidades conversas” e o projeto "Sephardic Portuguese Authors" http://ifilosofia.up.pt/proj/sephardim/.

Identidades conversas,
cabala e mística cristã


Porto, Faculdade de Letras, Sala de reuniões (Piso 2)
4 de dezembro de 2018, 10h-19h

Todos os interessados são convidados a participar.
Acesso livre, com inscrição por email para gfm-secretariado@letras.up.pt
Informação atualizada: http://ifilosofia.up.pt/activities/cabala-conversos-2018

As interações que a rede temática sobre Identidades conversas tem permitido realizar entre pesquisadores de diferentes países, conduzem à realização desta jornada de estudo, que tem como especial interesse discutir a influência e a presença da cabala no pensamento cristão, não só na obra de cristãos novos do "século de ouro", mas, mesmo antes, em pensadores cristãos do renascimento italiano. Nessa época uma corrente de inclinações convergiu para o misticismo a partir de perspectivas muito diferentes. As contribuições apresentadas nesta jornada de estudos visam esclarecer condições específicas que ajudaram a moldar a atmosfera intelectual dessa época.

Programa
- Miquel Beltrán (UIlles Balears): El amor de Dios entre los primeros alumbrados
- Patrícia Calvário (UPorto): A luz: hesicasmo e cabala
- Joana Serrado (UPorto), A presença do profeta Elias em algumas místicas portuguesas do século XVII
- Mário Correia (UPorto), Paolo Ricci (Paulus Ricius) e o diálogo In Apostolorum Symbolum
- Federico Dal Bo (UABarcelona): Las traducciones de la Cabala en latin por Giovanni Pico della Mirandola. Flavius Mithridates como traductor y glossator
- José Meirinhos (UPorto): União do intelecto e máxima felicidade nos Dialogi di amore, composti per Leone medico, di natione hebreo, et dipoi fatto christiano
- José Higuera Rubio (UPorto): Chaos y cabala en dos versiones castellanas del Dialoghi d'Amore (Ms. 1057 Porto / Inca Garcilaso de la Vega)
- Raul Dias Vasques (UPorto): Conflito entre Filosofia e Religião no Tratado Teológico-Politico de Espinosa
- José Luis Villacañas (UCMadrid): De conversos a reformados: El caso Enzinas

Organização:
TL Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy (Instituto de Filosofia) - IF project Sephardic Portuguese Authors do Gabinete de Filosofia Medieval /  Red temática de excelencia FFI2016-81779-REDT/AEI: "Identidades conversas: descreimiento, asimilación, mística, nueva ortodoxia"

Financiamento:
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (Portugal)
Agencia Estatal de Investigación (España)
Palermo, Italia 4-6 December 2018
https://www.facebook.com/events/704143703257546/
Budweis - Bamberg International Philosophical Workshop-Conference

Budweis (The Czech Republic) 
7th and 8th of December 2018
 
Organised by the Department for the Philosophy of Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg and the Department for Philosophy and Religious Studies of University of the South Bohemia, the Budweis - Bamberg International Philosophical Workshop-Conference will take place in Ceske Budejovice (Budweis - The Czech Republic) on the 7th and 8th of December 2018.
For any enquiries regarding travel, accommodation and the programme, contact: nenad.milicic@gmail.com
Francisco Suárez: Predecessors and Successors

26-27 April 2019
Loyola University Chicago

http://suarezconference2019.sites.luc.edu/


 
Calls for Papers

Coloquio internacional anual de la Sociedad de Filosofía Medieval

De amicitia. Amistad en la filosofía medieval e inícios de la modernidad. Homenaje al Prof. César Raña Dafonte 

Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
22-23 de Abril de 2019

 

Ponente invitado
John Christian Laursen (University of California / Riverside), “Peace and Civil Friendship: Erasmus and the Christian Cynicism”

Llamada para comunicaciones
Se invita a toda la comunidad filosófica a presentar propuestas de comunicación (20 minutos + 10 minutos de discusión)
— Lenguas del coloquio: español, galego, português, inglés.
— Propuestas de comunicación con nombre e institución, título, resumen (400 palabras) enviadas al email: santiago.amicitia@gmail.com
— Fecha límite del envío: 15 de Enero 2019
Becas de participación:
— La organización ofrece hasta 7 becas (incluye: alojamiento, comidas y co-pago del viaje) a jóvenes estudiantes o investigadores socios de SOFIME con comunicación aprobada.
Toda la información para asociarse se encuentra en la página web de SOFIME (https://sofimeblog.files.wordpress.com/2018/07/impreso-nuevo-socio.pdf).

Inscripciones
Participación sin comunicación: libre hasta el límite de la sala del Coloquio, pero con inscripción previa
Inscripciones de participación sin comunicación por email: santiago.amicitia@gmail.com

Organización
Comisión organizadora: Prof. Dr. Martín González; Dr. Oscar Parcero Oubiña; Dr. Jorge Cendón Conde.
Organizan: Departamento de Filosofía y Antropologiá de la Universidad de Santiago de Compostela / Sociedad de Filosofía Medieval

Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia (RPF)
 
A Escola Ibérica da Paz: Direito Natural e Dignidade Humana
 
Pedro Calafate, Álvaro Balsas (Eds.)
Volume 75, Fascículo 2, 2019

Publicação prevista para Julho de 2019.
Prazo Limite de Entrega dos Textos: 28 de Fevereiro de 2019.
 
Este fascículo é dedicado ao diálogo com os professores das Universidades Ibéricas e Ibero-americanas dos séculos XVI e XVII que, na sequência das questões éticas e políticas colocadas pela abertura da Europa ao mundo, deram início a um movimento filosófico que a modernidade centro-europeia não selecionou, focado na pergunta sobre o direito ao domínio dos povos com que Portugal e Espanha se confrontaram.
Neste contexto, deixaram-nos o testemunho de uma consciência intranquila e ergueram um conceito de direito natural que tanto abarcava as regras de conduta prescritas pela lei natural como as lícitas reivindicações e poder inerente aos indivíduos e às comunidades humanas, que podemos entender como fundamento de direitos humanos naturais, com validade independente de coordenadas culturais e geográficas, assumindo-se, por isso, como garantia da paz e da convivência entre os homens, no quadro do jus communicationis.
Ao considerarem que as leis imperiais não podiam contrariar as disposições naturais, que a soberania do Príncipe era relativa, que em matéria de soberania e liberdade valia tanto a coroa de penas como a de ouro, e que a escravatura natural era um conceito inaceitável, deram um contributo decisivo para o conceito de unidade do género humano e para a afirmação da personalidade jurídica internacional, incluindo os seres humanos e a Humanidade como um todo.
Depois deles, a modernidade imperante até à hecatombe das duas guerras mundiais raras vezes voltará a questionar-se sobre o direito à dominação da periferia, a qual acabaria por se identificar com o curso natural da história e com o apagamento de vastas zonas do Sul da geopolítica mundial.
Politicamente derrotada, debatemo-nos com a questão de saber até que ponto esta “primeira filosofia moderna da modernidade inicial” continua a interpelar-nos na construção de um jus gentium verdadeiramente universal, entendido como direito internacional para a Humanidade, no quadro das aspirações comuns dos homens e dos povos.
Prazo Limite de Entrega dos Textos: 28 de Fevereiro de 2019.

Para consultar as Instruções aos Autores, por favor, visite este link:
http://www.rpf.pt/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=13&lang=pt

As propostas poderão ser enviadas, ou pelo nosso formulário, seguindo este link:
http://www.rpf.pt/index.php?option=com_ckforms&view=ckforms&id=2&Itemid=12&lang=pt

Ou, diretamente, através do envio do texto, em anexo, para o seguinte endereço de e-mail:
rpf.aletheia@gmail.com

Para mais informações ou esclarecimentos, por favor, não hesite em contactar, utilizando para isso o seguinte endereço de e-mail.
rpf.aletheia@gmail.com
Dianoia - Special Issue

Call for Papers (English and Italian) for the special edition of the journal, Dianoia, which will be dedicated to new research in Anselm studies. The deadline for submission of abstracts has been amended to 31st December 2018. All enquiries relating to this CFP should be addressed to Riccardo Fedriga at riccardo.fedriga@unibo.it
International Anselm Conference 

9th-11th July 2019 
Durham, UK

https://www.anselmstudies.org/conference-2019-call-for-papers
Ancient and Early Modern Stoic (Meta)physics

Utrecht, May 20-21, 2019

The influence of Stoic thought on Early Modern authors has largely been analysed in the field of moral philosophy. Its influence in other domains of philosophy, however, has been relatively neglected, while at the same time generally accepted as crucial for the development of early modern thought. 

This OZSW workshop is devoted to Stoic physics and metaphysics. It aims to bring together scholars of both Ancient and Early Modern philosophy to study Stoic (meta)physics both in its ancient articulation and its early modern reception. In order to do so, the workshop will feature both paper presentations and readings of primary texts. 

Invited speakers: Keimpe Algra (Utrecht), Frederik Bakker (Nijmegen), Peter Barker (Oklahoma), Carla Rita Palmerino (Nijmegen), Jan Papy (Leuven).

If you would like to present a paper, please send a 300-word abstract to the organisers by January 15th. Please copy in both organisers. 

If you would like to attend, please register by April 30th (or earlier if you have to make travel arrangements). Participation in the workshop is free of charge. Please note, however, that we are unable to offer financial support for travel or accommodation.

Organisers: Albert Joosse and Doina-Cristina Rusu (L.A.Joosse@rug.nlD.Rusu@rug.nl)
9th International Medieval Meeting Lleida
 
25th - 28th June 2019
 
http://www.internationalmedievalmeetinglleida.udl.cat/en/

Enrolment open for papers and sessions from 5th November 2018 until 24th March 2019.

Inaugural conference by Jean-Claude Schmitt (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales).
Fourth Symposium Thomisticum
Rome, 4  – 6 July 2019
 
The theme of the Symposium is Aquinas Philosopher Theologian.
Speakers will include: Serge-Thomas Bonino, Therese Cory, Kevin Flannery, Joshua Hochschild, Ed Houser, Gyula Klima, Patrick Masterson, Siobhan Nash-Marshall, John O’Callaghan, Paul O’Grady, Fran O’Rourke, Alice Ramos, Andrea Robiglio, Mary Catherine Sommers, Rudi Te Velde, Candace Vogler, Kevin White. Other speakers to be confirmed.
Papers are invited for a number of supplementary parallel sessions.
While topics on any aspect of Aquinas are welcome, priority will be given to those relating to philosophy and theology. To avoid overlap, initial proposals may be sent by email to Fran O’Rourke, Emeritus Professor, School of Philosophy, University College Dublin (orourke@ucd.ie<mailto:orourke@ucd.ie>).
The deadline for abstracts is 1 January, and for completed papers 1 June 2019. Papers will be circulated in advance; summaries will be presented at the symposium: papers will be discusssed rather than read.
The registration fee will be €150 to include refreshments and conference banquet. Reduced student registration: €125.
Participants will be responsible for their own accommodation. A number of rooms are available at the Collegio Irlandese, €85 for bed and breakfast. All rooms are air conditioned; there is a swimming pool in the spacious grounds. Inquiries regarding accommodation at the Collegio should be directed initially to Fran O’Rourke.
All inquiries to Fran O’Rourke, Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University College Dublin
orourke@ucd.ie
 
Le XXIe colloque du CIPL sur 

L'émergence des écrits en langue vulgaire.  La perspective paléographique 

aura lieu à Florence du 19 au 21 février 2020.  

Appel à communications au site du CIPL:  http://palaeographia.org/cipl/firenze/index.htm (échéance le 31 décembre 2018). 
 
Summer Schools
5th edition of annual Summer school
Trends in manuscript studies
June 24-28, 2019
Preregistration is open until January 31, 2019
The Centre for the Study of Medicine and the Body in the Renaissance (CSMBR) in cooperation with the University of Padua and the Studio Firmano for the History of Medicine and Science announces an International Summer School
 
The Kiln, The Alembic and the Clockwork
 
Early Modern Representations of the Body and its Changing Matter

29-31 March 2019
Organiser: Fabrizio Bigotti
 
This summer school will explore how the representation of the body and its functions changed from antiquity to the early modern period and how technology altered the perception of what we are as human animals. By adopting three of the most iconic analogies ever used in the history of medicine to represent the human body, The Kiln, the Alembic, and the Clockwork will explore the early modern imagery of the body, in connection to the methods of investigation and its overlapping with disciplines such as alchemy and astronomy. Particular attention will be devoted to processes such as the combination and the concoction of humours (the kiln), distillation and perspiration (the alembic) and the mechanical action of innate heat (the clockwork) whilst considering, for each analogy, the visual impact it exerted on the Renaissance and early modern representation of human physiology.
The summer school is directed to undergraduates, postgraduates as well as PhDs wishing to deepen their knowledge of history of medicine and its connection to other disciplines of knowledge in the early modern period. Sources and papers will be pre-circulated in order for attendees to engage fruitfully in conversation with speakers in a roundtable at the end of the day.
The Summer School will be held in the outstanding location of domvs comeliana in Piazza dei Miracoli (Pisa) with the provisional programme available here.
 
Speakers:
Vivian Nutton (First Moscow State Medical University)
Hiro Hirai (Radboud University)
Fabio Zampieri (University of Padua)
Fabiola Zurlini (Studio Firmano for the History of Medicine and Science)
Registration fee to attend the Summer School is €244 and includes the cost of all breaks and lunches. Payment can be made directly to Fondazione Comel via Bank Transfer with the specification CSMBR 2018 by the registration deadline of Saturday 31 January 2019. For information and details please contact csmbr@fondazionecomel.org or f.bigotti@exeter.ac.uk
 
Funding: Santorio Fellowship 2018
The International Summer School runs along with the 2018 edition of the Santorio Fellowship for Medical Humanities and Science, which will be advertised separately. Selected winners will attend the Summer School for free and will receive a travel grant up to €300. Applicants must send a cover letter, a copy of their CV and a referee letter to santoriofellowship@fondazionecomel.org by the 31st December 2018. Winners will be notified in mid-February 2019. For information and details please email csmbr@fondazionecomel.org or contact Dr Fabrizio Bigotti at f.bigotti@exeter.ac.uk.
 
Empleos, Becas y Oportunidades
Assistant Professor

Saint Joseph's University
 
AOS: Medieval Philosophy
AOC: Open

https://philjobs.org/job/show/11690
John and Judy Paul Summer Research Grant

The Institute for Saint Anselm Studies is accepting applications for the 2019 John and Judy Paul Summer Research Grant, which is offered to doctoral candidates and those who recently completely doctoral studies (within last four years) working on some area of Anselm studies. The Institute provides the recipient with an opportunity to do research for a week in the extensive O’Rourke Saint Anselm Collection at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire.
 
The exact period of the grant is to be decided by the recipient but will fall between the dates of May 20 and June 30. Travel reimbursement will be covered up to $1000, and housing for six nights will be provided with $50 per diem reimbursement for food. The recipient will have library privileges for the week. Special access will be arranged for times when the library is normally closed.
 
The application should include your name, academic affiliation, research topic with a brief explanation of the project (300-400 words), a current CV, and a letter of reference from someone familiar with your work. A report on the research of 3-4 pages will be expected as well as a citation in the dissertation or article if published. A copy of the dissertation or the article for the Collection would also be expected.
 
For more information on the O’Rourke Saint Anselm Collection, go to www.anselm.edu/institute-saint-anselm-studies/publications. For more information on the Institute for Saint Anselm Studies, go to www.anselm.edu/institute-saint-anselm-studies.
 
Please apply through email or regular mail by March 1, 2019, to:
 
Prof. Montague Brown
Director, Institute for Saint Anselm Studies
Saint Anselm College
Manchester, NH 03102
mbrown@anselm.edu

Polonsky Postdoctoral Fellowships


The Polonsky Academy at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute will award up to six Polonsky Postdoctoral Fellowships in the humanities or social sciences for up to five years, beginning October 1, 2019. The Fellowship offers an annual stipend of $40,000 and other benefits. Yearly renewal will be contingent upon demonstrated progress in research. Fellows are expected to be physically present at the Institute for consecutive years during the period of the award. Applications will be considered only if the Ph.D. dissertation was completed no longer than seven years ago.

Online applications can be submitted at www.vanleer.org.il/en/polform They should include the following documents in English, in separate files: statement of research plans (3-5 pages, with title); summary of your previous research (3 pages); one single-authored published article or equivalent unpublished work; curriculum vitae, including list of publications; complete contact information, including phone numbers, for three possible referees. Outstanding candidates will be invited for interviews at the beginning of March, either in person or on Skype.

For more information about the Polonsky Academy see: www.polonsky.vanleer.org.il 

For more information about the application procedure see: http://www.vanleer.org.il/en/content/polonsky-postdoctoral-fellowships-2 

The deadline for submission is January 7th, 2019.

Warburg Institute Funded Research Fellowships

The Warburg Institute is offering four long-term Fellowships for the 2019/20 academic year for either nine or twelve month periods and ten short-term Fellowships available for two, three or four month periods. These awards enable scholars to undertake a period of research in intellectual, cultural or art history at the Warburg Institute. Applicants must already have a PhD in hand at the time of applying in order to be eligible.

The Warburg Institute is one of the world's leading centers for studying the interaction of ideas, images and society. It is dedicated to the survival and transmission of culture across time and space, with special emphasis on the afterlife of antiquity.

Fellows are given a space to work and access to the Institutes open-stack Library, Photographic Collection and Archive as well as being paid a stipend to assist with the cost of living in London whilst they undertake their research.

Further information and the links to apply can be found on our website:
https://warburg.sas.ac.uk/research/fellowships/funded-research-fellowships


The deadline to apply for both the long and the short-term Fellowships is Midnight, Monday 10 December 2018.
Postdoc in Philosophy (Vienna)

Open Postdoc position in philosophy (6yrs), University of Vienna
deadline for applications: 15 Dec 18

https://univis.univie.ac.at/ausschreibungstellensuche/flow/bew_ausschreibung-flow?_flowExecutionKey=_c12A2BBC5-41B6-6F57-E501-CBAB922448A3_k83C1098C-9C95-5821-640F-11ECC5405381&tid=70108.28
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Franciscan Research
 
St. Bonaventure University
 
https://www.higheredjobs.com/details.cfm?JobCode=176871501&utm_source=11_30_18&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=JobAgentEmail

 
Aún aceptando propuestas...
Call for Abstracts

Medieval Philosophy at the Saint Louis Annual Symposium for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (June 17-19, 2019)

 Proposed Sessions:
  1. Medieval Philosophy: Metaphysical Themes
  2. Medieval Philosophy: Ethical Themes
We welcome abstracts on any topic and any philosopher that falls within these two areas, extending into the Renaissance and late Scholasticism. Please submit abstracts of about 200 words and include a short CV. 
Deadline for abstracts: November 30, 2018 Notification date: December 15, 2018
Organizers: Susan Brower-Toland (susan.browertoland@slu.edu) and Jenny Pelletier (jenny.pelletier@kuleuven.be
 
Identity and Tradition. Thomas Aquinas and the Church  Fathers
April 4-6, 2019 - Torun, Poland
The deadline for submitting a paper is November 15, 2018. For more information:   www.biblicalthomism.umk.pl
 
Nuevas Publicaciones
Anselm Studies and Texts

The new series published by Brill, Anselm Studies and Texts, welcomes submissions in any field of Anselm studies.

The first volume in the series, Richard Campbell's Rethinking Anselm's Arguments: A Vindication of his Proof of the Existence of God, has recently been published.
RIBEIRO, Antonio Celso, COSTA, Ricardo da (orgs.),

Mirabilia 27 (2018/2). 
Music in Middle Ages and Early Modernity – A Música na Idade Média e no início da Modernidade – La Música en la Edad Media y en el inicio de la Edad Moderna.

 
Barcelona: Institut d'Estudis Medievals  (IEM) de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), diciembre de 2018.
Juan Luis Vives

Gegen die Pseudodialektiker
 
Herausgegeben von
Nikolaus Egel

https://meiner.de/philosophische-bibliothek/v/vives/gegen-die-pseudo-dialektiker.html
Philosophy and the Historical Perspective
 
Edited by Marcel van Ackeren
 
Proceedings of the British Academy
 
https://global.oup.com/academic/product/philosophy-and-the-historical-perspective-9780197266298?cc=de&lang=en&


 
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