2018 Books

Originally posted on In medias PHIL:
Here is my annual collection of new books in medieval philosophy, preceded by some 2017 books that I missed in last year’s inventory. How many books do you think get published in medieval philosophy every year? Well, my list from 2018 contains 123 items.  As usual, the order in…

SMRP Events at the 2019 APA Eastern Division Meeting

G1A: Metaphysics and Language in the Jewish and Islamic Traditions Monday, January 7, 11 AM-1 PM Session Organizer: Luis Xavier López-Farjeat (Universidad Panamericana) Thérèse-Anne Druart (The Catholic University of America) “The Origin of Language in the Islamic Tradition” Lenn Goodman (Vanderbilt University) “Is There an Ontological Argument in al-Ghazali and Maimonides?” Stephen Ogden (Johns Hopkins … More SMRP Events at the 2019 APA Eastern Division Meeting

CFP for SMRP Sessions at the 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies

The Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy will sponsor three at the 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, May 9-12, 2019. We welcome proposals for sessions in all areas of medieval philosophy, but are especially interested in proposals that touch on one of the following three themes: (a) philosophy … More CFP for SMRP Sessions at the 54th International Congress on Medieval Studies

Announcing the 2018 Founder’s Award and Honorable Mentions

The SMRP is pleased to announce that 2018 recipient of its annual Founder’s Award is Francis Feingold for his paper, “Aquinas’s Discussion of Aristotle’s Claim That Knowing does not Alter the Knower.” Dr. Feingold will present his work in an SMRP-sponsored session to be announced. The Founder’s Award selection committee would also like to commend … More Announcing the 2018 Founder’s Award and Honorable Mentions

Collecting Syllabi!

Originally posted on In medias PHIL:
Before going on my customary summer hiatus, let me make a final request to all of you.  I’ve been thinking about a survey of medieval philosophy that I’m teaching in the fall, and thinking about the canon in medieval philosophy. I’d like to investigate these matters by collecting syllabi…