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Medieval Philosophy

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Medieval Philosophy
Author's Name Affiliation Paper Title
Peter Adamson University of Notre Dame Al-Ghazâlî, Causality, and Knowledge
Johannes Brachtendorf Tübingen Self-knowledge and the Sciences in Augustine's Early Thinking
Darien C. DeBolt University of Oklahoma George Gemistos Plethon on God: Heterodoxy in Defense of Orthodoxy
Victoria Erhart Catholic University of America The Context and Contents of Priscianus of Lydia's Solutionum ad Chosroem
Sharon Kaye Dalhousie University Russell, Strawson, and William of Ockham
Douglas C. Langston New College of the University of South Florida Aquinas on Conscience, the Virtues, and Weakness of Will
Giovanna Lelli Istituto Universitario Orientale di Napoli Avicennisme et averroïsme dans la poétique et la rhétorique islamiques médiévales: La tradition persane FrenchS.gif (989 bytes)
Woosuk Park Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Toward a Scotistic Modal Metaphysics
Miguel Angel Rossi Universidad de Buenos Aires El concepto de paz terrena en el pensamiento agustiniano SpanishS.gif (1012 bytes)
Laura Smit Boston University The Aesthetic Pedagogy of Francis of Assisi
John Tomarchio Boston University The Emergence of the ‘Supposit’ in a Metaphysics of Creation
Yiwei Zheng Indiana Universtiy Ockham on Connotative Terms
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