The Catholic University of America

BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE IN

MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY

(2004-2006)

Thérèse-Anne Druart

(The Catholic University of America)

 

Section I. Falsafa

 

  1. Collective Works or Collections of Articles

 

Albertus Magnus und die Anfänge der Aristoteles-Rezeption im lateinischen Mittelalter von Richardus Rufus bis zu Franciscus de Maryonis.  Albertus Magnus and the Beginnings of the Medieval Reception of Aristotle in the Latin West, ed. by Ludger Honnefelder, Rega Wood, Mechthild Dreyer, & Marc-Aeilko Aris (Subsidia Albertina I).  Münster: Aschendorff Verlag, 2005, 862 pp., ISBN 3-402-03993-1.

 

L’Alchimie et ses racines philosophiques.  La tradition grecque et la tradition arabe, ed. by Cristina Viano (Histoire des doctrines de l’Antiquité classique, 32).  Paris: Vrin, 2005, 242 pp., ISBN 2-7116-1754-8.

 

Averroès et l’averroïsme (XIIe-XVe siècle).  Un itinéraire historique du Haut Atlas à Paris et à Padoue, ed. by André Bazzana, Nicole Bériou & Pierre Guichard (Collection d’Histoire et d’Archéologie Médiévales, 16).  Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 2005, 348 pp., ISBN 2-7297-0769-7.

 

The Cambridge Companion to Arabic Philosophy, ed. by Peter Adamson & Richard C. Taylor.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005, xviii-448 pp., ISBN 0-521-81743-9 cloth; 52069-X pb.

 

Corpo e anima, sensi interni e intelletto dai secoli XIII-XIV ai post-cartesiani e spinoziani, ed. by Graziella Federici Vescovini, Valeria Sorge & Carlo Vinti (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales.  Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 30).  Turnhout: Brepols, 2005, vi-575 pp., ISBN 2-503-51988-1.

 

De Zénon d’Élée à Poincaré. Recueil d’études en hommage à Roshdi Rashed, ed. by Régis Morelon & Ahmad Hasnawi (Les Cahiers du MIDEO, 1).  Louvain-Paris: Peeters, 2004, xl-906 pp., ISBN 90-429-1495-5 (Peeters Leuven) & ISBN 2-87723-807-5 (Peeters France).

 

Erkenntnis und Wissenschaft.  Probleme der Epistemologie in der Philosophie des Mittelalters.  Knowledge and Science. Problems of Epistemology in Medieval Philosophy, ed. by Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Alexander Fidora & Pia Antolic (Wissenskultur und Gesellschaftlicher Wandel, 10).  Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2004, x-277 pp., ISBN 3-05-004101-3.

 

Le Felicità nel Medioevo, ed. by Maria Bettetini & Francesco D. Paparella (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales.  Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 31).  Louvain-la-Neuve: FIDEM, 2005, xvi-462 pp., ISBN 2-503-51875-3.

 

God, Life, and the Cosmos: Christian and Islamic Perspectives, ed. by Ted Peters, Muzaffar Iqbal & Syed Nomanul Had.  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2002, xii-404 pp., ISBN 0-7546-0883-2.

 

Ibn Sînâ and his Influence on the Arabic and Latin World, by Jules Janssens (Variorum).  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006, xii-304 pp., ISBN 10:0-86078-987-X.

 

Ideas, Images, and Methods of Portrayal: Insights into Classical Arabic Literature and Islam, ed. by Sebastian Günther (Islamic History and Civilization: Studies and Texts, 58).  Leiden: Brill, 2005, xxxiv-468 pp., ISBN 90-04-14325-4.

 

Interpreting Avicenna: Science and Philosophy in Medieval Islam.  Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Avicenna Study Group, ed. by Jon McGinnis with David C. Reisman (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science, 56).  Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2004, xviii-262 pp., ISBN 90-04-13960-5.

 

Logik und Theologie.  Das Organon im arabischen und im lateinischen Mittelalter, ed. by Dominik Perler & Ulrich Rudolph (Studien und Texte zur Geschichte des Mittelalters, 84).  Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2005, vi-511 pp., ISBN 90-04-111182.

 

Medieval Islamic Philosophical Writings, ed. by Muhammad Ali Khalidi (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy).  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005, xlviii-186 pp., ISBN 0-521-52963-8.

 

Muslims and Others in Early Islamic Society, ed. by Robert Hoylan (The Formation of the Classical Islamic World, 18).  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004, xxxiv-363 pp., ISBN 0-86078-713-3 [collection of previously published papers, some now in English translation].

 

Philosophy, Science & Exegesis in Greek, Arabic & Latin Commentaries, ed. by Peter Adamson, Han Baltussen & M.W.F. Stone, 2 vol. (Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement 83.1 & 83.2).  London: Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London, 2004), vol. I, x-280 pp., ISBN 0-900587-94-6; vol. II, x-197 pp., ISBN 0-900587-95-4.

 

Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism in Medieval Islam. Texts and Studies on the Development and History of Kalâm, vol. I by Richard M. Frank, ed. by Dimitri Gutas (Variorum).  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005, x-392 pp., ISBN 0-86078-977-2.

 

Probing in Islamic Philosophy: Studies in the Philosophies of Ibn Sina, al-Ghazali and Other Major Muslim Thinkers, by Michael E. Marmura. Binghamton, N.Y.: Global Academic Publishing, Binghamton University, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2005, xii-448 pp., ISBN 1-58684-254-4 [a collection of Marmura’s previously published articles, some of them not easily accessible].

 

Les Relations culturelles entre chrétiens et musulmans au moyen âge.  Quelles leçons en tirer de nos jours? ed. by Max Lebjowicz (Rencontres médiévales européennes, 5).  Turnhout: Bepols, 166 pp., ISBN 2-503-51803-6.

 

Science in the Medieval Hebrew and Arabic Traditions, by Gad Freudenthal (Variorum).  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005, xx-350 pp., ISBN 0-86078-952-7 [a collection of Freudenthal’s previously published articles].

 

Les sciences coraniques.  Grammaire, droit, théologie et mystique, by Roger Arnaldez (Études musulmanes 31).  Paris: Vrin, 2005, 288 pp., ISBN 2-7116-1766-1.

 

Storia della filosofia nell’Islam medievale, ed. by Cristina D’Ancona, 2 vol. (Piccola Biblioteca Einaudi Filosofia, 285 &286).  Turin: Giulio Einaudi, 2005, vol. I, lii-489 pp., ISBN 88-06-17073-2 & vol. II, xvi pp. + pp. 491-882, ISBN 88-06-17242-5.

 

Von Athen nach Bagdad.  Zur Rezeption griechischer Philosophie von der Spätantike bis zum Islam, ed. by Peter Bruns (Hereditas.  Studien zur Alten Kirchengeschichte, 22).  Bonn: Borengässer, 2003, 180 pp., ISBN 3-923946-63-5.

 

Words, Texts and Concepts Cruising the Mediterranean Sea.  Studies on the Sources, Contents and Influences of Islamic Civilization and Arabic Philosophy and Science Dedicated to Gerhard Endress on his Sixty-fifth Birthday, ed. by R. Arnzen & J. Thielmann (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 139).  Louvain: Peeters, 2004, xxxii-655 pp., ISBN 90-429-1489-0.

 

New Journals

 

Islam and Science (Journal of Islamic Perspectives on Sciences) published bi-annually, i.e., in June and December by the Center for Islam and Science in Canada, www.cis.ca.org/journal.  Began in June 2003.

 

Journal of Islamic Philosophy published bi-annually by the Department of Philosophy of the University of Michigan, www.muslimphilosophy.com/journal/ .  Began in 2005.

 

Special Issue of Journal

 

Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004), dedicated to The Greek Strand in Islamic Political Thought.  Proceedings of the Conference held at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 16-27 June 2003, 608 pp.

 

Tópicos. Revista de filosfía, 29 (2005), dedicated to the Arabic and Latin Commentators of Aristotle, pp. 9-201.

 

Bibliographies and Chronicles

 

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Brief Bibliographical Guide in Medieval and Islamic Philosophy and Theology (2002-2004),” at arts-sciences.cua. edu/mdst//

Faculty/BBibl.02-04.doc.

 

Urvoy, Dominique, “Bulletin de philosophie arabe et islamique,” Revue Thomiste, 104 (2004): 469-476.

 

Greek and Syriac Sources

 

Adamson, Peter, “Correcting Plotinus: Soul’s Relationship to Body in Avicenna’s Commentary on the Theology of Aristotle,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 59-75.

 

[Aristotle], The Arabic Version of the Nicomachean Ethics, ed. by Anna A. Akasoy & Alexander Fidora with an intro. and annotated transl. by Douglas M. Dunlop (Aristoteles Semitico-latinus, 17).  Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2005, xvi-619 pp., ISBN 90-04-14647-4.

 

Arnaldez, Roger, “L’histoire de la pensée grecque vue par les arabes,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 47-64 [originally 1978].

 

-------, “L’histoire de la pensée grecque vue par les historiographes arabes,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 65-75 [originally 1989].

 

Baffioni, Carmela, “The “General Policy” of the Ikhwân al-Safâ’: Plato and Aristotle Restated,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 575-92.

 

Bertolacci, Amos, “On the Arabic Translations of Aristotle’s Metaphysics,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 15 (2005): 277-327.

 

Bettiolo, Paolo, “Scuole e ambienti intellettuali nelle chiese di Siria,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 48-100.

 

Brock, Sebastian, “Syriac Translations of Greek Popular Philosophy,” in Von Athen nach Bagdad, pp. 9-28.

 

Browne, Gerald M., “Aristotle, Poetics 1453 b 16-17,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 177-78.

 

Bruns, Peter, “Aristoteles-Rezeption und Entstehung einer syrischen Scholastik,” in Von Athen nach Bagdad, pp. 29-41.

 

Burnett, Charles, “Euclid and al-Fârâbî in MS Vatican, Reg. lat. 1268,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 411-36.

 

D’Ancona, Cristina, “La filosofia della tarda antichità e la formazione della falsafa,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 5-47.

 

-------, “Le traduzioni di opere greche e la formazione del corpus filosofico arabo,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 180-258.

 

-------, “Greek into Arabic: Neoplatonism in Translation,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 10-31.

 

-------, “Tradizione greca e versione araba delle Enneadi: l’indipendenza reciproca e il caso del tratto Sull’immoatalità dell’anima (IV 7[2]),” in Del tradurre.  Da Occidente verso Oriente come incontro di lingue e culture.  Atti della giornata di studio su Traduzioni orientali e testi classici: lo stato della ricerca.  Brescia, 8 ottobre 2004, ed. by Rosa Bianca Finazzi (Milan: Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, 2005), pp. 39-66.

 

-------, “From Late Antiquity to the Arab Middle Ages:  The Commentaries and the “Harmony between the Philosophies of Plato and Aristotle”,” in Albertus Magnus, pp. 45-69.

 

-------, “The Greek Sage, the pseudo-Theology of Aristotle and the Arabic Plotinus,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 159-76.

 

Elamarani-Jamal, Abdelali, “De anima. Tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, ed. by Richard Goulet, Supplément, ed. by Richard Goulet with Jean-Marie Flamand & Maroun Aouad (Paris: CNRS Editions, 2003), pp. 346-59.

 

Endress, Gerhard, “Athen—Alexandria—Bagdad-Samarkand.  Übersetzung, Überlieferung und Integration der griechischen Philosophie im Islam,” in Von Athen nach Bagdad, pp. 42-62.

 

Frank, Richard M., “Some Fragments of Ishâq’s Translation of the De anima,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, II, pp. 231-51 [originally 1958-59].

 

-------, “Some Textual Notes on the Oriental Versions of Themistius’ Paraphrase of Book Λ of the Metaphysics,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, III, pp. 215-30 [originally 1958-59].

 

-------, “The Use of the Enneads by John of Scythopolis,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, V, pp. 101-08 [originally 1987].

 

Glasner, Ruth, “Review of Averroës’ Middle Commentary on Aristotle’s De anima, ed. by Alfred L. Ivry,” Aestimatio, 1 (2004): 57-61 [adds new information].

 

Hasnawi, Ahmad, “Taxinomie topique.  La classification thémistéenne des lieux chez Boèce, Averroès et Abû l-Barakât al-Baghdâdî,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 245-57.

 

Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, “Plato arabico-latinus. Philosophy-Wisdom Literature-Occult Sciences,” in The Platonic Tradition in the Middle Ages, ed. by Stephen Gersh &  Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen (Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2002), pp. 31-65.

 

Hozien, Muhammad, “The Introduction of Greek Philosophy in the Muslim World,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 1,1 (2005): 119-26.

 

Hugonnard-Roche, Henri, La logique d’Aristote du grec au syriaque.  Études sur la transmission des textes de l’Organon et leur interprétation philosophique (Textes et Traditions, 9).  Paris: Vrin, 2004, 304 pp., ISBN 2-7116-1715-7.

 

-------, “Ethique et politique au premier âge de la tradition syriaque,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 99-119.

 

López-Farjeat, Luis Xavier, “Imaginación, sensación y pensamiento en los comentadores árabes y latinos de Aristóteles (siglos X-XIII),” Tópicos, n.29 (2005): 9-12.

 

Lyons, Malcolm C., “Ibn Sînâ and Aristotle: A Study in Technique,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 95-110 [on the Rhetoric] .

           

Marmura, Michael E., “The Fortuna of the Posterior Analytics in the Arabic Middle Ages,” in Probing, pp. 355-73 [originally, 1990].

 

McGinnis, Jon, “Argument I of Proclus De Aeternitate Mundi, translated from Arabic,” in Proclus, On the Eternity of the World.  De Aeternitate Mundi, ed., transl., commented and annotated by Helen S. Lang & A.D. Macro (Berkley: University of California Press, 2001), pp. 153-63 [with Arabic text].

 

      Monferrer Sala, Juan Pedro, “La labor polemista de los cristianos orientales y su contribución a la
      difusión del saber en el Oriente musulmán,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 7 (2000): 61-79.

 

Pormann, Peter E., “The Alexandrian Summary (Jawâmi’) of Galen’s On the Sects for Beginners: Commentary or Abridgement?,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 11-33.

 

Puig Montada, Josep, “El periplo de los Problemas Naturales atribuidos a Aristóteles,” Anaquel de Estudios Árabes, 12 (2001): 631-38.

 

Rashed, Marwan, “The Problem of the Composition of the Heavens (529-1610). A New Fragment of Philoponus and its Readers,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 35-58.

 

Rudolph, Ulrich, “La connaissance des Présocratiques à l’aube de la philosophie et de l’alchimie islamiques,” in L’Alchimie, pp. 155-70.

 

Saliba, George “Aristotelian Cosmology and Arabic Astronomy,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 251-68.

 

Sellars, John, “The Aristotelian Commentators: A Bibliographical Guide,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. I, pp. 239-68.

 

Strohmaier, Gotthard, “Galen’s Not Uncritical Commentary on Hippocrates’ Airs, Waters, Places,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 1-9.

 

-------, “Griechische Philosophen bei den arabischen Autoren des Mittelalters,” in Von Athen nach Bagdad, pp. 161-79.

 

Thillet, Pierre, “Remarques sur le Liber Quartorum du pseudo-Platon (Kitâb al-rawâbî’ li Aflâtûn),” in L’Alchimie, pp. 201-32.

 

------- & Oudaimah, Saleh, “Proclus arabe.  Un nouveau Liber de causis?,” Bulletin d’Etudes Orientales, 53-54 (2001-2002): 293-367 [includes Arabic text and French translation].

 

Watt, John W., “Syriac and Syrians as Mediators of Greek Political Thought to Islam,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 121-49.

 

Zilio-Grandi, Ida, “Le opere di controversia islamo-cristiana nella formazione della letteratura filosofica araba,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 101-136.

 

 

Latin, Hebrew, and Syriac Translations and Influences

 

[Barhebraeus] A Syriac Encyclopaedia of Aristotelian Philosophy.  Barhebraeus (13th. C.), Butyrum sapientiae, Books of Ethics, Economy and Politics, critical ed., intro., transl. commentary and glossaries by N. Peter Joosse (Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus, 16).  Leiden: Brill, 2004, viii-289 pp., ISBN 90-04-14133-2.

 

Bianchi, Luca, “Felicità intellettuale, “ascetismo” e “arabismo”: nota sul “De summon bono” di Boezio di Dacia,” in Le Felicità nel Medioevo, pp. 13-34.

 

Brague, Rémi, “Y a-t-il eu au Moyen Âge un dialogue entre l’islam et le christianisme?,” in Les relations culturelles, pp. 15-30.

 

Burnett, Charles, “Arabic into Latin: The Reception of Arabic Philosophy into Western Europe,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 370-404.

 

D’Ancona, Cristina, “La trasmissione della filosofia araba della Spagna musulmana alle università del XIII secolo,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. II, pp. 783-843.

 

Fidora, Alexander, “Dominicus Gundissalinus und die Rezeption des aristotelischen Wissenschaftstheorie,” in Erkenntnis und Wissenschaft, pp. 93-102.

 

-------, “La metodología de las ciencias según Boecio: su recepción en las obras y traducciones de Domingo Gundisalvo,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 7 (2000): 127-36.

 

Givsan, Nadia, “Zur Seelenlehre des Michael Scotus im Kontext der Wissenskultur am Hofe Friedrichs II,” in Erkenntnis und Wissenschaft, pp. 103-33.

 

Guichard, Pierre & Molénat, Jean-Pierre, “Dans al-Andalus, les ulémas face aux chrétiens,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 191-200 [concerns Averroes’ grandson].

 

Hayoun, Maurice-Ruben, “L’averroïsme dans les milieux intellectuels du judaïsme: Moïse de Narbonne (1300-1262) et Eliya Delmédigo (v. 1460-1493),” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 249-62.

Ivry, Alfred L., “The Guide and Mimonides’ Philosophical Sources,” in The Cambridge Companion to Maimonides, ed. by Kenneth Seeskin.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005, pp. 58-81.

 

Jolivet, Jean, “Les traductions de l’arabe au latin au XIIe siècle et les prémices d’une nouvelle philosophie de l’esprit,” in Les relations culturelles, pp. 45-55.

 

Langhade, Jacques, “Entre Islam et Chrétienté latine: l’oeuvre d’Averroès, philosophe, home de religion et juriste,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 249-62.

 

Lejbowicz, Max, “Développement autochtone assumé et acculturation dissimulée,” in Les relations culturelles, pp. 57-78 [on Peter the Venerable].

 

“Liber de causis,” transl. by Alexander Fidora & Jordi Pardo Pastor, Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 8 (2001): 133-52 [transl. from Latin].

 

Lohr, Charles, “Das Wissenschaftsverständnis der Logica Algazelis und ein Echo davon in der lateinischen Tradition des frühen 13. Jahrhunderts,” in Albertus Magnus, pp. 513-24.

 

Molnár, Péter, “Une étape négligée de la réception d’Aristote en Occident: Averroès, le Liber Nicomachie et la science politique,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 265-74.

 

Monteil, Jean-François, “La transmission d’Aristote par les arabes à la chrétienté occidentale.  Une trouvaille relative au De intepretatione,” Rvista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 11 (2004): 181-95.

 

Pardo, Jordi, “Ramón Lull.  Disputa entre Ramón y el Averroísta,” Medioevo, 12 (2005): 235-42.

 

Platti, Emilio, “Bagdad—BeauvaisBruges,” in Les relations culturelles, pp. 31-44.

 

Rashed, Marwan, “L’averroïsme de Lauro Quirini,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 307-22.

 

Soto Bruna, María Jesús, “La lux intelligentiae agentis en el pensamiento de Domingo Gundisalvo,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 335-43.

 

Stone, Gregory B., Dante’s Pluralism and the Islamic Philosophy of Religion.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, 326 pp., ISBN 1-4039-7130-7.

 

Vegas, Serafín, “Significado histórico y significación filosófica en la revisión de los planteamientos conceptuales a la Escuela de traductores de Toledo,” Medioevo, 12 (2005): 109-34.

 

Vicente García, Luis Miguel, “Une nueva filosofía de la astrología en los siglos xii y xiii: el impacto de las traducciones del árabe y la postura de santo Tomás de Aquino,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 9 (2002): 249-64.

 

Zafrani, Haïm, “Lieux privilégiés de la sagesse judéo-musulmane: Lecture maïmonidienne,” in Maïmonide.  Philosophe et Savant (1138-1204), ed. by Tony Lévy & Roshdi Rashed (Ancient and Classical Sciences and Philosophy).  Leuven: Peeters, 2004, pp. 353-65.

 

Weber, Michael C., “Gerard of Cremona: The Danger of Being Half-Acculturated,” Medieval Encounters, 8 (2002): 123-34.

 

General Studies

 

Japanese Reader in Arabic Philosophy (Corpus fontium mentis medii aevi, 11).  Tokyo, 2000, 1164 pp., ISBN 4-582-73421-9 [includes al-Kindi’s letter on the Intellect, part of al-Farabi’s Opinions of the People of the Virtuous City & Letter on the Intellect, parts of texts of the Ikhwan as-Safa’, al-Kirmani’s Wine of the Intellect, part of Avicenna’s Najat, al-Ghazali’s al-Iqtisad fi’l-Itiqad & Mishkat al-Anwar, Ibn Bajjah’s Regime of the Solitary and Union of the Intellect with the Human Being, art of Ibn Tufayl’s Hayy ibn Yaqzan, part of Averroes’ Incoherence of the Incoherence & a section of the Long Commentary on the De anima, part of as-Suhrawardi’s Kitâb Hayâkil al-Nûr].

 

al-Attas, Syed Muhammad Naquib, “Islamic Philosophy: An Introduction,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 1,1 (2005): 11-43.

 

Al-Jubouri, I.M.N., History of Islamic Philosophy With View of Greek Philosophy and Early History of Islam.  Hertford, UK: Bright Pen, 2004, 514 pp., ISBN 0-7552-1011-5 & e-book at www.authorsonline.co.uk [poor and outdated bibliography].

 

Arkoun, M., “Pour une histoire réflexive de la pensée islamique,” Arabica, 51,3 (2004): 318-45.

 

Bentaleb, Farès, “Une histoire arabe des sciences au IVe/Xe siècle.  Traduction annotée de la seconde section du VIIe chapitre du Kitâb al-Fihrist d’Ibn Nadîm,” Les Cahiers de Tunisie, n. 184 (2003): 19-62.

 

Bertolacci, Amos, “Biblioteche e centri di cultura nell’Oriente musulmano tra il X e l’XI secolo,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. II, pp. 495-521.

 

Black, Deborah L., “Psychology: Soul and Intellect,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 308-26.

 

Butterworth, Charles E., “Ethical and Political Philosophy,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 266-86.

 

-------, “Finding First Principles, Possibility or Impasse,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 211-22 [Averroes].

 

Carter, Michael C., “Adam and the Technical Terms of Medieval Islam,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 439-54.

 

Carusi, Paola, “Génération, corruption et transmutation.  Embryologie et cosmologie dans l’alchimie islamique au Xe siècle,” in L’Alchimie, pp. 171-88.

 

-------, “Les cinq sens entre philosophie et médecine (Islam Xe-XIIe siècles),” Micrologus, 10 (2002): 87-98.

 

-------, “Alchimia islamica e felicità nel “Risâla djâmi’a”: inalterabilità delle sostanze e pace dell’anima,” in Le Felicità nel Medioevo, pp. 277-96.

 

Cruz Hernandez, Miguel, Histoire de la pensée en terre d’Islam, transl. and updated by Roland Béhar.  Paris: Desjonquères, 2005, 959 pp., ISBN 2-84321-074-7.

 

-------, “Siete interrogantes en la historia del pensamiento,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 69-73.

 

Dallal, Ahmad, “Islamic Paradigms for the Relationship between Science and Religion,” in God, Life, and the Cosmos, pp. 197-222.

 

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Metaphysics,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 327-48.

 

El-Bizri, Nader, “A Philosophical Perspective on Alhazen’s Optics,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 15 (2005): 189-218.

 

Endress, Gerhard, “La via della felicità.  Il ruolo della filosofia nell’Islam medievale,” Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. xxiii-lii.

 

Ferrari, Cleophea, “La scuola aristotelica di Bagdad,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 352-79.

 

Frank, Richard M., “The Origin of the Arabic Philosophical Term ‘annîya,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, IV, pp. 181-201 [originally 1956].

 

-------, “Reason and Revealed Law: A Sample of Parallels and Divergences in Kalâm and Falsafa,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, VII, pp. 123-38 [originally 1978].

 

Geoffroy, Marc, “La formazione della cultura filosofica dell’Occidente musulmano,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. II, pp. 671-722.

 

Günther, Sebastian, “The 9th Century Muslim Scholars Ibn Sahnûn and al-Jâhiz on Pedagogy and Didactics,” in Ideas, Images, and Methods of Portrayal, pp. 89-128.

 

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Kennedy-Day, Kiki, Books on Definition in Islamic Philosophy: The Limits of Words.  London & New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003, xiv-200 pp., ISBN 0-7007-1723-4 [al-Kindî, al-Fârâbî, and Avicenna].

 

Khatami, Sayyed Mohammad, La religion et la pensée prise au piège de l’autocratie.  Voyage au coeur de la pensée politique des musulmans pendant l’essor et au déclin de la civilisation islamique (Les Cahiers du MIDEO, Ancient and Classical Sciences and Philosophy, 4).  Louvain-Paris: Peeters, 2005, 338 pp., ISBN 90-429-1670-2 [al-Fârâbî, al-‘Âmirî, Miskawayh, al-Mâwardî, Nizâm al-Mulk & al-Ghazâlî, Ibn Bâdjdja, Ibn Khaldûn].

 

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Lomba, Joaquín, “Seis anos de investigación del pensamiento musulman y judio de la Espana medieval,” in Bilan et perspectives des études médiévales (1993-1998). Euroconférence (Barcelone, 8-12 juin 1999), ed. by Jacqueline Hamesse (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 22).  Turnhout: Brepols, 2004, pp. 451-65.

 

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-------, “The Philosopher and Society: Some Medieval Arabic Discussions,” in Probing, pp. 409-25 [originally, 1979].

 

Martini Bonadeo, Cecilia, “Le biblioteche arabe e i centri di cultura fra IX e X secolo,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 261-81.

 

Rashed, Marwan, “Natural Philosophy,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 287-307.

 

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Smith, A. Mark, “The Alhacian Account of Spatial Perception and Its Epistemological Implications,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 15 (2005): 219-40.

 

Street, Tony, “Logic,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 247-65.

 

Tamer, Georges, “Politisches Denken in pseudoplatonischen arabischen Schriften,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 303-35 [includes the Arabic texts].

 

Tolan, John, “’Saracen Philosophers Secretly Deride Islam’,” Medieval Encounters, 8 (2002): 184-208.

 

Tornero, Emilio, “Filosofía árabe y literatura del Siglo XX,” Anaquel de Estudios Árabes, 12 (2001): 743-50.

 

Van Bladel, Kevin, “The Iranian Characteristics and Forged Greek Attributions in the Arabic Sirr al-asrâr (Secret of Secrets),” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 151-72.

 

Vegas González, Serafín, “La transmisión de la filosofía en el medievo cristiano: el Prólogo de Avendeuth,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 7 (2000): 115-25.

 

Walbridge, John, “The Caliphate of Reason,” Islamic Studies, 43 (2004): 583-97.

 

Walker, Paul E., “The Ismâ’îlîs,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 72-91.

 

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Wisnovsky, Robert, “The Nature and Scope of Arabic Philosophical Commentary in Post-classical (ca. 1100-1900 AD) Islamic Intellectual History: Some Preliminary Observations,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 149-91.

 

Zakeri, Mohsen, “Adâb al-falâsifa. The Persian Content of an Arabic Collection of Aphorisms,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 173-90.

 

Zghal, Hatem, “La philosophie politique dans l’islam classique,” Les Cahiers de Tunisie, 54 (nn.186-87) (2003): 243-65.

 

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Zilio-Grandi, Ida, “Temi e figure dell’apologia musulmana (‘ilm al-kalâm) in relazione al sorgere e allo sviluppo della falsafa,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 137-79.

 

 

Abû al-Barakât

 

Arnaldez, Roger, “La doctrine de l’âme dans la philosophie d’Abû ‘l-Barakât al-Baghdâdî,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 175-80 [originally 1987].

 

Hasnawi, Ahmad, “Taxinomie topique.  La classification thémistéenne des lieux chez Boèce, Averroès et Abû l-Barakât al-Baghdâdî,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 245-57.

 

Marcotte, Roxanne D., “La conversion tardive d’un philosophe: Abû al-Barakât al-Baghdâdî (mort vers 545/1150) sur “L’Intellect et sa quiddité (al-‘Aql wa mâhiyyatu-hu),” Documenti e Studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale, 15 (2004): 201-26.

 

al-‘Âmirî

 

Heck, Paul L., “The Crisis of Knowledge in Islam (1):  The Case of al-’Âmirî,” Philosophy East and West, 56 (2006): 106-35.

 

Averroes

 

Abû-l-Walîd Ibn Rushd (Averroes), Sobre el intelecto, transl. & intro. by Andrés Martínez Lorca (Al / Andalus, Textos y Estudios).  Saragossa: Trotta, 2004, 173 pp., ISBN 84-8164-707-1 [abstracts from 1. The Short Commentary (Gomez Nogales’ translation); 2. The Middle Commentary (transl. from Elamrani-Jamal’s French translation); & 3. The Long Commentary].

 

Averroes, “Paráphrasis de la Retórica de Aristoteles,” transl. by Rafael Ramón Guerrero, Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 7 (2000): 155-62 [only first chapter].

 

Averroes (Ibn Rushd), “Paráphrasis del Libro de la Poética (Taljîs kitâb al-shi’r),” transl. by José Miguel Puerta Vílchez, Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 6 (1999): 203-14.

 

“The Incoherence of the Incoherence,” transl. by Khalidi, in Medieval Islamic Philosophical Writings, pp. 155-80 [transl. of Bouyges’s ed., pp. 512-541].

 

Actualité d’Averroès, Colloque du huitième centenaire, Carthage, 16-21 février 1998, ed. by Mokdad Arfa-Mensia.  Tunis: Beït al-Hikma; Paris: UNESCO, 2001, 268 pp., ISBN UNESCO 92-3-203790-4, ISBN Beït al-Hikma 9973-929-69-1 [Mahjoub, Mohamed, “Commentaire de La République de Platon: discours sur la totalité herméneutique averroïste,” 17-19; Mahran Rashwan, Muhammad, “Ibn Rushd était-il un simple commentateur d’Aristote?,” 20-24; Aouad, Maroun, “Méthodes d’Ibn Rushd dans l’Abrégé rhétorique et dans le Commentaire moyen de la Rhétorique,” 25-27; Chennoufi, Ali, “Dialectique et rhétorique entre Aristote et Ibn Rushd,” 28-32; Al-Gharbi, Ibrahim, “Le Grand Commentaire du De anima d’Aristote,” 33-34; Elamrani-Jamal, Abdelali, “L’évolution de la théorie de l’intellect chez Averroès dans son Commentaire Moyen du De Anima d’Aristote,” 35-38; Puig Montada, Josep, “Le rôle de la métaphysique d’après l’Épitomé d’Averroès,” 39-43; Essakhawi, Nabil, “Le Commentaire d’Averroès sur le Livre Z de la Métaphysique d’Aristote,” 44-48; Al-Jabiri, Ali Hussein, “La logique des catégories entre le texte aristotélicien et l’apport arabe,” 49-51; Darwich, Ahmad, “Les tentatives d’Ibn Rushd d’arabiser les idées critiques et rhétoriques d’Aristote,” 52-56; Ben Chéhida, Abdelkader, “A propos des manuscrits arabes d’Averroès transcrits en caractères hébraïques,” 59-64; Chahlan, Ahmed, “Les traducteurs juifs médiévaux d’Ibn Rushd ont-ils compris sa langue?,” 65-68; Dhunun Taha, Abdulwahid, “Les universités européennes du moyen âge et l’averroïsme,” 69-72; Fakhry, Majid, “L’éternité du monde entre Ibn Rushd et Thomas d’Aquin,” 73-75; Hasnaoui, Ahmad, “Le movement et les catégories selon Avicenne et Averroès: l’arrière-fond grec et les prolongements latins médiévaux,” 76-79; Kassoum, Abderrazzak, “La méthode rationnelle chez Ibn Rushd: trait d’union dans le dialogue des cultures,” 80-87; Jéhamy, Gérard, “Les traits de la pensée péripatéticienne à travers la terminologie rushdienne,” 91-96; Al-A’sam, Abd al-Amir, “L’étude de la logique d’Ibn Rushd,” 97-101; Butterworth, Charles, “Ibn Rushd et les opinions communes à toute investigation philosophique ou ce que l’on ne peut pas ignorer,” 102-06; El-Ghannouchi, Abdelmajid, “Ibn Rushd et la double vérité.  La séparation du discours religieux du discours philosophique et l’établissement du rapport entre les deux,” 107-12; Campanini, Massimo, “L’être et la langue dans le Tahâfut al-Tahâfut d’Averroès,” 113-18; Al-Alousi, Houssam Muhyiddin, “La critique des théories de l’être par Ibn Rushd à la lumière de sa doctrine,” 119-26; Uraybi, Mohammed Yassin, “L’équipollence des preuves: des deux Tahâfut à La critique de la raison pure,” 127-32; Arfa Mensia, Mokdad, “Aspects de la théorie de la prophétie chez Ibn Rushd,” 133-41; Misbahi, Mohammad, “Le statut de la raison pratique dans la philosophie d’ Ibn Rushd,” 143-49; Mosbah, Salah, “Ibn Rushd et les formes de gouvernement politique.  Bonheur de la cité ou bonheur du solitaire,” 150-55; Ivry, Alfred, “Conception du rôle du philosophe dans la société selon Ibn Rushd,” 156-59; Hanna, Ghanim, “Le point de départ de l’Éthique dans la pensée d’Ibn Rushd,” 160-64; Nashshaba, Hisham, “L’éducation chez Ibn Rushd,” 165-68; Ben Fadhl, Othman, “La Bidâya ou contribution de la pensée d’Ibn Rushd à l’évolution de la logique juridique et du droit comparé,” 169-73; Imam, Zakariyyâ Bashîr, “La dialectique entre Ibn Rushd et les Mutakallimûn,” 174-78; Al-Shaybi,Kamil Mustafa, “L’aspect spirituel (l’ascétisme et le soufisme) chez Ibn Rushd,” 179-82; Muhaqqiq, Mahdi, “La place d’Ibn Rushd dans l’histoire de la médecine,” 183-84; Ammar, Sleïm, “Averroès et son Colliget “Kitâb al-kulliyyât”,” 185-89; Jazi, Radhi, “Ibn Rushd et le médicament,” 190-93; Aroua, Mahmoud, “Le coeur et ses maladies chez Ibn Rushd,” 194-98; Endress, Gerhard, “Averrois Opera.  Constitution, réception et édition du corpus d’Ibn Rushd,” 201-10; Al-Khoudheiri, Zaynab Mahmoud, “Ibn Rushd et la pensée arabe moderne,” 211-16; Turki, Mohammed, “Ibn Rushd dans les lectures allemandes,” 217-23; Ataya, Ahmad Abdelhalim, “Les études arabes actuelles sur Ibn Rushd,” 224-30; Dahbour, Ahmad, “Le cercle continu d’Ibn Rushd.  De la jurisprudence de l’élite à la logique des Lumières,” 233-37; Himmich, Bensalem, “A propos de l’averroïsme.  Prémisses pour une lecture philosophique,” 238-41; Leaman, Oliver, “Ce qui reste vivant dans la philosophie d’Ibn Rushd,” 242-52; Meskini, Fehti, “Ibn Rushd et la politique de la vérité,” 253-57; As-Salih, Abdulhamîd, “L’acculturation et l’interprétation d’Ibn Rushd,” 258-62].

 

Aouad, Maroun, “La valeur épistémologique du témoignage selon Averoès,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 131-44.

 

-------, “Does Averroes Have a Philosophy of History?,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 411-41.

 

Bello, Catarina, “Averroes on God’s Knowledge of Particulars,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 17,2 (2006): 177-99.

 

Bellosta, Hélène, “Did Averroes Comment on Aristotle or Read Ibn al-Haytham?,” Bulletin d’Etudes Orientales, 53-54 (2001-2002): 514-503 [in Arabic].

 

Biard, Joël, “Zabarella et le mouvement des corps simples (De l’usage d’Averroès au XVIe siècle),” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 735-51.

 

Black, Deborah L., “Models of the Mind: Metaphysical Presuppositions of the Averroist and Thomistic Accounts of Intellection,” Documenti et Studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale, 15 (2004): 319-52.

 

Brenet, Jean Baptiste, “Averroès a-t-il inventé une théorie des deux sujets de la pensée,” Tópicos, n.29 (2005): 53-86.

 

Buijs, Joseph A., “Religion and Philosophy in Maimonides, Averroes, and Aquinas,” Medieval Encounters, 8 (2002): 160-83.

 

      Coccia, Emanuele, “’Destruit totam scientiam moralem.’  Pensiero e legge

      nell’averroismo latino,” Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie, 52

      (2005): 332-67.

 

Di Giovanni, Matteo, “Averroes on the Doctrine of Genus as Matter,” Documenti e Studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale, 15 (2004): 255-85.

 

Endress, Gerhard, “”If God will grant me life”.  Averroes the Philosopher: Studies on the History of His Development,” Documenti e Studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale, 15 (2004): 227-53.

 

Ferjani, Mohamed-Chérif, “Le devenir de l’oeuvre d’Ibn Rushd dans le monde arabe,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 239-48.

 

Freudenthal, Gad, “The Medieval Astrologization of Aristotle’s Biology: Averroes on the Role of the Celestial Bodies in the Generation of Animate Beings,” in Science in the Medieval Hebrew and Arabic Traditions, XV, 111-37 pp. [originally, 2002].

 

Fricaud, Émile, “Le problème de la disgrace,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 155-90.

 

Geoffroy, Marc, “Averroè,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. II, pp. 723-82.

 

Gracía Cuadrado, José Angel, “La distinción nombre-verbo en los comentarios al perihermeneias de Alfarabi y Averroes,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 157-69.

 

Guichard, Pierre, “Averroès dans son temps,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 13-26.

 

Hackett, Jeremiah, “Roger Bacon and the Reception of Aristotle in the Thirteenth Century: An Introduction to his Criticism of Averroes,” in Albertus Magnus, pp. 219-47.

 

Harvey, Steven, “The Impact of Philoponus’ Commentary on the Physics on Averroes’ Three Commentaries on the Physics,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 89-105.

 

Hasnawi, Ahmad, “Taxinomie topique.  La classification thémistéenne des lieux chez Boèce, Averroès et Abû l-Barakât al-Baghdâdî,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 245-57.

 

Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, “The Attraction of Averroism: Vernia, Achillini, Prassicio,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 131-47.

 

Herrera, Max, “Understanding Similitudes in Aquinas with the Help of Avcienna and Averroes,” Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metpahysics, 5 (2005): 4-17.

 

Hissette, Roland, “Maurice Bouyges et une édition humaniste d’une traduction attribuée à Guillaume de Luna,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 179-92 [Middle Commentary on the Categories].

 

      Jéhamy, Gérard, “Approche critique de l’introduction de Muhammad ‘Âbid al-

      Djâbirî au traité de “L’incohérence de l’incohérence”,” Al-Machriq, 79,2 (juillet-

      décembre 2005): 543-53.

 

Klima, Gyula, “Intentional Transfer in Averroes, Indifference of Nature in Avicenna, and the Representationalism of Aquinas,” in Proceedings of the Society for the Study of Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, 5 (2005): 33-37.

 

Koshul, Basit Bilal, “Ghazzâlî, Ibn Rushd and Islam’s Sojourn into Modernity: A Comparative Analysis,” Islamic Studies, 43 (2004): 207-25.

 

Kügelgen von, Anke, “Dialogpartner im Widerspruch: Ibn Rushd und Ibn Taymîya über die “Einheit der Wahrheit”,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 455-81.

 

      Kukkonen, Taneli, “’The Impossible, insofar as it is Possible’: Ibn Rushd and Jean

      Buridan on Logic and Natural Theology,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 447-67.

 

Langhade, Jacques, “Entre Islam et Chrétienté latine: l’oeuvre d’Averroès, philosophe, home de religion et juriste,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 249-62.

 

Lay, Juliane, “Un Averroès hebraïcus inédit, l’Abrégé de l’Almageste,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 203-38.

 

Martos Quesada, Juan, “Averroes como Muftí,” Revsita Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 119-26.

 

Mesbahi, Mohamed, “Ibn Rushd et Mollâ Sadrâ Shîrâzî: L’intellect entre deux destins,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 311-30.

 

Mojsisch, Burkhard, “Der tätige Intellekt in sich und in seiner glückvermittelnden Funktion—eine mittelalterliche Quaestio,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 331-52.

 

Molnár, Péter, “Une étape negligée de la réception d’Aristote en Occident: Averroès, le Liber Nicomachie et la science politique,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 265-74.

 

Mueller, Ian, “Physics and Astronomy: Aristotle’s Physics II.2.193b22-194a12,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16 (2006): 175-206.

 

Najjar, Fauzi M., “Ibn Rushd (Averroes) and the Egyptian Englightenment Movement,” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 31,2 (Nov. 2004): 195-213.

 

Niewöhner, Friedrich, “Polis und Madîna—Averroes’ Platon-Lektüre,” in Von Athen nach Bagdad, pp. 76-91.

 

Puig Montada, Josep, “Substance in Averroes’ Middle Commentary on Metaphysics Z,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 273-87.

 

--------, “Sustancia y forma en Averroes,” Documenti e Studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale, 15 (2004): 287-317.

 

-------, “Averroes y la crítica de Avicena,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 127-38.

 

-------, “El proceso cognitivo según Averroes,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 9 (2002): 49-62.

 

-------, “Abû ‘Abd ar-Rahmân ibn Tâhir.  Addenda a “Averroes, vida y persecución de un filósofo”,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 7 (2000): 181-87.

 

-------, “Averroes, vida y persecución de un filósofo,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 6 (1999): 217-32.

 

Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, “Veritas filia temporis en Averroes Comentario a Metafísica, II, 1,” Tópicos, n.29 (2005): 13-28.

 

Salameh, Yusuf, “The Concept of Authority in Averroes’ Philosophy,” Bulletin d’Etudes Orientales, 53-54 (2001-2002): 502-490 [in Arabic].

 

Sanagustin, Floréal, “Le statut et la raison dans le Kitâb al-kulliyyât fîl-tibb (Colliget), in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 145-54

 

Sirat, C. & Geoffroy, M., L’original arabe du grand commentaire d’Averroès au De anima d’Aristote.  Prémices de l’édition (Sic et Non). Paris: Vrin, 2005, 124 pp., ISBN 2-7116-1749-1.

 

Taylor, Richard C., “Averroes: Religious Dialectic and Aristotelian Philosophical Thought,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 180-200.

 

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-------, “The Agent Intellect as “Form for Us” and Averroes’s Critique of al-Fârâbî,” Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, 5 (2005): 18-32.

 

-------, “Improving on Nature’s Exemplar: Averroes’ Completion of Aristotle’s Psychology of Intellect,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 107-30.

 

-------, “Separate Material Intellect in Averroes’ Mature Philosophy,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 289-309.

 

Urvoy, Dominique, “Ibn Rushd et le pouvoir almohade,” in Averroès et l’averroïsme, pp. 121-30.

 

Vázquez de Benito, C. & Álvarez de Morales, C., “Precisiones sobre nuestra traducción castellana del Kitâb al-kulliyyât de Ibn Rushd,” Anaquel de Estudios Árabes, 12 (2001): 779-84.

 

Winkelmann-Liebert, Holger, “Die Intellektlehre des Averroes,” Der Islam, 82 (2005): 273-90.

 

Wirmer, David, “Der Begriff der Intention und seine erkenntnistheoretische Funktion in den De-anima-Kommentaren des Averroes,” in Erkenntnis und Wissenschaft, pp. 33-67.

 

Wohlman, Avital, “Les deux facettes de l’unique vérité selon Averroès,” Revue Thomiste, 104 (2004): 579-600.

 

Avicenna

 

[Ibn Sînâ], The Two Wings of Wisdom.  Mysticism and Philosophy in the Risâlat ut-tair of Ibn Sina,” ed. and transl. by Shokoufeh Taghi.  Stockholm: Uppsala University Library, 2000, 238 pp., ISBN 91-554-4859-3.

 

“Une épître inédite d’Avicenne, Ta’alluq al-nafs bi-l-badan (De l’attachement de l’âme et du corps): edition critique, traduction et annotation,” ed. by Meryem Sebti Documenti e Studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale, 15 (2004): 141-200.

 

“The Book of Definition,”  transl. by Kennedy-Day in her Books of Definition in Islamic Philosophy (London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003).

 

“On the Soul,” transl. by Khalidi, in Medieval Islamic Philosophical Writings, pp. 27-58 [transl. from Fakhry’s ed. of the Najât, pp. 202-31].

 

“Ibn Sînâ-Al-Bîrûnî Correspondence,” transl. by Rafik Berjak & Muzaffar Iqbal, Islam & Science, 1 (2003): 91-98 & 253-60; 2 (2004): 57-62 & 181-87; 3 (2005): 57-62 & 166-70.

Acar, Rahim, Talking about God and Talking about Creation: Avicenna’s and

      Thomas Aquinas’ Positions (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science, LVIII).   

      Leiden: Brill, 2005, x-250 pp., ISBN 90-04-14477-3.

 

      -------, “Reconsidering Avicenna’s Position on God’s Knowledge of Particulars,” in

Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 142-56.

 

Adamson, Peter, “On Knowledge of Particulars,” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, 105 (2005): 273-94.

 

-------, “Non-Discursive Thought in Avicenna’s Commentary on the Theology of Aristotle,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 87-111.

 

-------, “Correcting Plotinus: Soul’s Relationship to Body in Avicenna’s Commentary on the Theology of Aristotle,” in Philosophy, Science & Exegesis, vol. II, pp. 59-75.

 

al-Akiti, M. Afifi, “The Three Properties of Prophethood in certain Works of Avicenna and al-Ghazâlî,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 189-212.

 

Alper, Ömer Mahir, “Avicenna’s Argument for the Existence of God:  Was He Really Influenced by the Mutakallimûn,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 129-41.

 

Arnaldez, Roger, “Un précédent avicennien du cogito cartésien,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 145-51 [originally 1972].

 

Bäck, Allan, “Imagination in Avicenna and Kant,” Tópicos, n.29 (2005): 101-30.

 

Belo, Catarina, “Ibn Sînâ on Chance in the Physics of ash-Shifâ’, “ in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 25-41.

 

Bertolacci, Amos, “Ammonius and al-Fârâbî: The Sources of Avicenna’s Concept of Metaphysics,” Quaestio, 5 (2005): 287-305.

 

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Cruz Hernández, Miguel, “El entendimiento agente en Avicena,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 9 (2002): 11-17.

 

Daiber, Hans, “The Limitations of Knowledge According to Ibn Sînâ:  Epistemological and Theological Aspects and the Consequences,” in Erkenntnis und Wissenschaft, pp. 25-34.

 

D’Ancona Costa, Cristina, “Avicenna and the Liber de causis: A Contribution to the Dossier,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 7 (2000): 95-114.

 

Davidson, Herbert A., “Maimonides, Aristotle, and Avicenna,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 719-34.

 

Freudenthal, Gad, “(Al-)Chemical Foundations for Cosmological Ideas: Ibn Sînâ on the Geology of an Eternal World,” in Studies in the Medieval Hebrew and Arabic Traditions, XII, 47-73 pp. [originally, 1991].

 

Goodman, Lenn E., Avicenna. Updated Edition.  Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006, xxii-261 pp., ISBN 978-0-8014-7254-1 [the updating consists in a new preface, bibliography and glossary; pagination for the main text is the same as in 1992 ed.].

 

Gutas, Dimitri, “The Logic of Theology (kalâm) in Avicenna,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 59-72.

 

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-------, “Avicenna: De anima (V 6),” in Hauptwerke der Philosophie Mittelalter, ed. by Kurt Flasch (Stuttgart: Philip Reclam, 1998), pp. 90-107.

 

Hall, Robert E., “Intellect, Soul and Body in Ibn Sînâ: Systematic Synthesis and Development of the Aristotelian, Neoplatonic and Galenic Theories,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 62-86.

 

Hasnawi, Ahmad, “Le statut catégorial du mouvement chez Avicenne: contexte grec et postérité médiévale latine,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 607-22.

 

Herrera, Max, “Understanding Similitudes in Aquinas with the Help of Avcienna and Averroes,” Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metpahysics, 5 (2005): 4-17.

 

Hughes, Aaron W., The Texture of the Divine: Imagination in Medieval Islamic and Jewish Thought.  Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2004, xii-273 pp., ISBN 0-253-34353-4.

 

Janssens, Jules L., “Ibn Sînâ and his Heritage in the Islamic World,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, I, pp. 1-14.

 

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-------, “The Problem of Human Freedom in Ibn Sînâ,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, III, pp. 112-18 [originally 1996].

 

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-------, “Ibn Sînâ (Avicenne): un projet “religieux” de philosophie?,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, V, pp. 863-70 [originally 1998].

 

-------, “Les Ta’liqât d’Ibn Sînâ: un essai de structuration et de datation,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, VI, pp. 109-22 [originally 1997].

 

-------, “Le Dânesh-Nâmeh d’Ibn Sînâ: un texte à revoir?,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, VII, pp. 163-77 [originally 1986].

 

-------, “Le ma’ârij al-quds fî madârij ma’rifat al-nafs: un element-clé pour le dossier Ghazzâlî-Ibn Sînâ?,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, VIII, pp. 27-55 [originally 1993].

 

--------, “Al-Ghazzâlî’s Mi’yâr al-‘ilm fî fann al-mantiq: sources avicenniennes et farabiennes,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, IX, pp. 39-66 [originally 2002].

 

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-------, “Al-Ghazzâlî and his Use of Avicennian Texts,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XI, pp. 37-49 [originally 2003].

 

-------, “Bahmanyâr ibn Marzubân: A Faithful Disciple of Ibn Sînâ?,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XII, pp. 177-97 [originally 2003].

 

-------, “Mullâ Sadrâ’s Use of Ibn Sînâ’s Ta’lîqât in the Asfâr,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XIII, pp. 1-13 [originally 2002].

 

-------, “L’Avicenne latin: particularités d’une traduction,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XIV, pp. 113-29 [originally 2002].

 

-------, “L’Avicenne latin: un témoin (indirect) des commentateurs (Alexandre d’Aphrodise—Thémistius—Jen Philopon),” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XV, pp. 89-105 [originally 1999].

 

-------, “Some Elements of Avicennian Influence on Henry of Ghent’s Psychology,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XVI, pp. 155-69 [originally 1996].

 

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-------, “Avicenna and the Qur’ân.  A Survey of his Qur’ânic Commentaries,” MIDEO, 25-26 (2004): 177-92.

 

-------, “’Experience’ (tajriba) in Classical Arabic Philosophy (al-Fârâbî-Avicenna),” Quaestio, 4 (2004): 45-62.

 

Kennedy-Day, “Ibn Sînâ on the Afterlife of the Soul,” The Islamic Quarterly, 46,4 (2002): 333-49.

 

Klima, Gyula, “Intentional Transfer in Averroes, Indifference of Nature in Avicenna, and the Representationalism of Aquinas,” in Proceedings of the Society for the Study of Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, 5 (2005): 33-37.

 

Lizzini, Olga, “The Relation Between Form and Matter: Some Brief Observations on the ‘Homology Argument’ (Ilâhîyât, II, 4) and the Deduction of Fluxus,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 175-85.

 

-------, “Wudjûd-Mawdjûd/Existence-Existent in Avicenna: A Key Ontological Notion of Arabic Philosophy,” Quaestio, 3 (2003): 111-38.

 

Luther, Irina, “The Conception of the Angle in the Works of Ibn Sînâ and ash-Shîrâzî,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 112-25.

 

Lyons, Malcolm C., “Ibn Sînâ and Aristotle: A Study in Technique,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 95-110 [on the Rhetoric].

 

Marcotte, Roxanne D., “Resurrection (Ma’âd) in the Persian Hayât an-Nufûs of Ismâ’îl Ibn Muhammad Rîzî: The Avicennan Background,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 213-35.

 

Marmura, Michael E., “Avicenna on the Division of the Sciences in the Isagoge of his Shifa’,” in Probing, pp. 1-15 [originally, 1980].

 

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-------, “Avicenna’s Chapter on Universals in the Isagoge of his Shifâ’,” in Probing, pp. 33-59 [originally, 1979].

 

-------, “Quiddity and Universality in Avicenna,” in Probing, pp. 61-70 [originally, 1992].

 

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-------, “Avicenna’s Proof from Contingency for God’s Existence in the Metaphysics of the Shifa’,” in Probing, pp. 131-48 [originally, 1980].

 

-------, “Avicenna on Primary Concepts in the Metaphysics of his al-Shifa’,” in Probing, pp. 149-69 [originally, 1984].

 

-------, “Avicenna and the Problem of the Infinite Number of Souls,” in Probing, pp. 171-79 [originally, 1960].

 

-------, “Avicenna’s “Flying Man” in Context,” in Probing, pp. 181-95 [originally, 1986].

 

-------, “Avicenna’s Theory of Prophecy in the Light of Ash’arite Theology,” in Probing, pp. 197-216 [originally, 1964].

 

-------, “Divine Omniscience and Future Contingents in Alfarabi and Avicenna,” in Probing, pp. 375-89 [originally, 1985].

 

Martini Bonadeo, Cecilia, “Seguaci e critici di Avicenna,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. II, pp. 627-68.

 

McGinnis, Jon, “A Penetrating Question in the History of Ideas: Space, Dimensionality and Impenetrability in the Thought of Avicenna,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16 (2006): 47-69.

 

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Nasr, Seyyed Hosein, “The Achievements of Ibn Sînâ in the Field of Science and his Contributions to its Philosophy,” Islam & Science, 1 (2003): 235-44.

 

Pini, Giorgio, “Absoluta consideratio naturae: Tommaso d’Aquino e la dottrina avicenniana dell’essenza,” Documenti e Studi sulla tradizione medievale, 15 (2004): 387-438.

 

Puig Montada, Josep, “Averroes y la crítica de Avicena,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 127-38.

 

Rashed, Marwan, “Imagination astrale et physique supralunaire selon Avicenne,” in Corpo e anima, pp. 103-117.

 

Rashed, Roshdi, “Metaphysics and Mathematics in Classical Islamic Culture: Avicenna and His Successors,” in God, Life, and the Cosmos, pp. 173-93.

 

Reisman, David C., “The Pseudo-Avicennan Corpus I: Methodological Considerations,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 3-21.

 

Sebti, Meryem, “Le statut ontologique de l’image dans la doctrine avicennienne de la perception,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 15 (2005): 109-40.

 

      Street, Tony, “Fakhraddîn ar-Râzî’s Critique of Avicennan Logic,” in Logik und

     Theologie, pp. 99-116.

 

      Wisnovsky, Robert, “Avicenna and the Avicennian Tradition,” in Cambridge

     Companion to Arabic, pp. 92-136.

 

Zghal, Hatem, “La relation chez Avcienne,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16

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Bahmanyâr ibn Marzubân

 

Janssens, Jules, “Bahmanyâr ibn Marzubân: A Faithful Disciple of Ibn Sînâ?,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XII, pp. 177-97 [originally 2003].

 

al-Fârâbî

 

[al-Fârâbî], “Al-Fârâbî’s Long Commentary on Aristotle’s Categoriae in Hebrew and Arabic.  A Critical Edition and English Translation of the Newly-found Extant Fragments,” by Mauro Zonta, in Studies in Arabic and Islamic Culture II, ed. by Binyamin Abrahamov (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2006?, pp. 185-254.

 

Abû Nasr Al-Fârâbî, El libro de las letras (Kitâb al-hurûf. Segunda parte: El origen de las palabras, la filosofía y la religión, transl., intro. & notes by José Antonio Paredes Gandía (Pliegos de oriente).  Saragossa: Trotta, 2004, 106 pp., ISBN 84-8164-718-7.

 

“The Book of Letters,” transl. by Khalidi, in Medieval Islamic Philosophical Writings, pp. 1-26 [translation of part II of Mahdi’s ed.].

 

Al-Fârâbî, De l’obtention du bonheur, transl. by Olivier Sedeyn & Nassim Lévy.  Paris: Allia, 2005, 125 pp., ISBN 2-84485-186-X.

 

[al-Fârâbî], “Al-Farabi. Epístola sobre los sentidos del término “intelecto”,” transl. by Rafel Ramón Guerrero, Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 9 (2002): 215-23.

 

Adamson, Peter, “The Arabic Sea Battle: al-Fârâbî on the Problem of Future Contingents,” Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 88 (2006): 163-88.

 

Black, Deborah L., “Knowledge (‘ilm) and Certitude (yaqîn) in al-Fârâbî’s Epistemology,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16 (2006): 11-45.

 

Bertolacci, Amos, “Ammomius and al-Fârâbî: The Sources of Avicenna’s Concept of Metaphysics,” Quaestio, 5 (2005): 287-305.

 

Burnett, Charles, “Euclid and al-Fârâbî in MS Vatican, Reg. lat. 1268,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 411-36.

 

Campanini, Massimo, “Felicità e politica in al-Fârâbî e Avempace (Ibn Bâjjah),” in Le Felicità nel Medioevo, pp. 297-312.

 

Colmo, Christopher A., Breaking with Athens: Alfarabi as Founder.  Lanham: Lexington Books, 2005, x-189 pp., ISBN 0-7391-1015-2 (cloth); 1016-0 (pbk.).

 

Crone, Patricia, “Al-Fârâbî’s Imperfect Constitutions,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 191-228.

 

Diebler, Stéphane, “Catégories, conversation et philosophie chez al-Fârâbî,” in Les Catégories et leur histoire, ed. by Otto Bruun & Lorenzo Corti (Bibliothèque d’Histoire de la Philosophie). Paris: Vrin, 2005, pp. 275-305.

 

Freudenthal, Gad, “Al-Fârâbî on the Foundations of Geometry,” in Science in the Medieval Hebrew and Arabic Traditions, X, 52-61 pp. [originally, 1990].

 

Gannagé, Emma, “Y a-t-il une pensée politique dans le Kitâb al-Hurûf d’al-Fârâbî?,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 229-57.

 

García Cuadrado, José Angel, “La distinción nombre-verbo en los comentarios al Perihermeneias de Alfarabi y Averroes,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 157-69.

 

Gutas, Dimitri, “The Meaning of madanî in al-Fârâbî’s “Political” Philosophy,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 259-82.

 

Hasnawi, Ahmad, “Réflexions sur la terminologie logique de Maïmonide et son contexte farabien: Le Guide des perplexes et le Traité de logique,” in Maïmonide.  Philosophe et Savant (1138-1204) (Ancient and Classical Sciences and Philosophy).  Leuven: Peeters, 2004, pp. 39-78.

 

Hugonnard-Roche, Henri, “Aspects de la logique hypothétique chez Fârâbî,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 223-43.

 

Janssens, Jules L., “’Experience’ (tajriba) in Classical Arabic Philosophy (al-Fârâbî-Avicenna),” Quaestio, 4 (2004): 45-62.

 

-------, “Al-Ghazzâli’s Miyâr al-‘ilm fî fann al-mantiq: sources avicenniennes et farabiennes,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, IX, pp. 39-66 [originally 2002].

 

Lahoud, Nelly, “Al-Fârâbî: On Religion and Philosophy,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 283-301.

 

López-Farjeat, Luis Xavier, “Rhetoric and Poetics in Alfarabi,” Acta Philosophica, 14,1 (20005): 93-105.

 

-------, “Analogía poética de Alfarabi,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 11 (2004): 257-72.

 

Martini Bonadeo, Cecilia & Ferrari, Cleophea, “Al-Fârâbî,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 380-448.

 

Marmura, Michael E., “Divine Omniscience and Future Contingents in Alfarabi and Avicenna,” in Probing, pp. 375-89 [originally, 1985].

 

Parens, Joshua, An Islamic Philosophy of Virtuous Religions.  Introducing Alfarabi.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 2006, x-170 pp., ISBN 0-7914-6689-2.

 

Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, “El intellecto Agente en al-Farabi.  Un comentario a su Epístola sobre el intelecto,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 9 (2002): 19-31.

 

Reisman, David C., “Al-Fârâbî and the Philosophical Curriculum,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 52-71.

 

Schoeler, Gregor, “Poetischer Syllogismus—bildliche Redeweise—Religion vom aristotelischen Organon zu al-Fârâbî’s Religionstheorie,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 45-58.

 

Taylor, Richard C., “The Agent Intellect as “Form for Us” and Averroes’s Critique of al-Fârâbî,” Tópicos, n.29 (2005): 29-51.

 

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Vallat, Philippe, Farabi et l’École d’Alexandrie.  Des prémisses de la connaissance à la philosophie politique (Études Musulmanes, XXXVIII). Paris: Vrin, 2004), 432 pp., ISBN 2-7116-1707-6.

 

Ibn Bâjjah

 

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[Ibn Bâjjah], “’Sobre la forma primera y la materia primera’ de Avempace,” intro., transl. and notes by Charif Dandachli Zohbi & Pilar Zaldívar Bouthelier, Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 107-110.

 

Cabo González, Ana María, “Aproximación descriptiva del Kitâb al-Tayribatayn de Avempace y Sufyân al-Andalusî. Descriptive Approximation to the Kitâb al-Tayribatayn by Avempace and Sufyân al-Andalusî,” Anaquel de Estudios Árabes, 15 (2004): 45-56.

 

Forcada, Miquel, “Ibn Bâjja and the Classification of the Sciences in al-Andalus,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16 (2006): 287-307.

 

Lomba, Joaquín, “La imaginación en Avempace,” Tópicos, n.29 (2005): 157-69.

 

-------, “El lugar del Intelecto Agente en el pensiamento de Avempace,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 9 (2002): 33-48.

 

López-Farjeat, Luis Xavier, “Avempace en el De anima de Alberto Magno.  Algunas considerationes sobre el intelecto agente y las formas separadas,” Tópicos, n.29 (2005): 171-2001.

 

Puig Montada, Josef, “Philosophy in Andalusia: Ibn Bâjja and Ibn Tufayl,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 155-79.

 

     Roche Arnas, Pedro, “Una lectura medieval del Intelecto Activo de Aristóteles,”

     Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 147-55.

 

Ibn al-Haytham (Alhazen)

 

Federici Vescovini, Graziella, “Alhazen, lo spazio percettivo del De aspectibus e      l’immaginativa,” in Corpo e anima, pp. 79-102.

 

Ibn Kammûna

 

      Al-Tanqîhât fî Sharh al-Talwîhât.  Refinement and Commentary on Suhrawardî’s

     Intimations: A Thirteenth Century Text on Natural Philosophy and Psychology,

     critical ed. with intro. and analysis by Hossein Ziai & Ahmed Alwishah (Texts on

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     Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “Ibn Kammûna and the “New Wisdom” of the Thirteenth   

     Century,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 15 (2005): 277-327.

 

Ibn Khaldûn

 

     Arnaldez, Roger, “Réflexions sur un passage de la Muqaddima d’Ibn Khaldûn,” in his

     Les sciences coraniques, pp. 181-85 [originally 1966].

 

Butterworth, Charles E., “The Essential Accidents of Human Social Organization in the Muqaddima of Ibn Khaldûn,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 443-67.

 

Cheddadi, Abdesselam, “La tradition philosophique et scientifique gréco-arabe dans la Muqaddima d’Ibn Khaldûn,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 469-97.

 

     Choudhury, Masudul Alam, “Ibn Khaldun and Circular Causation Revisited: A

     Refutation of M. Umer Chapra’s The Future of Economics, an Islamic Perspective,”   

     The Islamic Quarterly, 46,2 (2002): 161-87.

 

     Goumeziane, Smaïl, Ibn Khaldoun.  Un génie maghrébin, 1332-1406.  Paris: Non

     Lieu, 2006, 190 pp., ISBN 2-35270-001-9.

 

Ibn al-Muqaffa’

 

     Talmon, Rafael, “Djâya, sifa and al-kalâm al-wâsif in Ibn Muqaffa’s manual of logic:

      new considerations about the beginning of Arabic grammar,” Jerusalem Studies in  

     Arabic and Islam, 30 (2005): 506-20.

 

Ibn al-Tayyib (Abû al-Faradj)

 

    Der Kategorienkommentar von Abû l-Faradj ‘Abdallâh Ibn at-Tayyib, ed. and

    studies by Cleophea Ferrari (Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus, 19).  Leiden-Boston: Brill,

    2006, xii-254=409 pp., ISBN 90-04-14903-1.

 

 

Ibn Tufayl

 

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      pp. 99-153 [transl. from Albert Nader’s ed., pp. 26-88].

 

      Hughes, Aaron W., The Texture of the Divine: Imagination in Medieval Islamic and

      Jewish Thought.  Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2004, xii-

      273 pp., ISBN 0-253-34353-4.

 

     Montero, Ana M., “A Possible Connection between the Philosophy of the Castilian King Alfonso X and
     the Risâlat Hayy ibn Yaqzân by Ibn Tufayl,” Al-Masâq, 18,1 (2006): 1-26.

 

     Puig Montada, Josef, “Philosophy in Andalusia: Ibn Bâjja and Ibn Tufayl,” in Cambridge Companion
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Ibn Tumlûs

 

Aouad, Maroun, “Le syllogisme poétique selon Le Livre de la Poétique d’Ibn Tumlûs,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 259-70.

 

-------, “Les sources du Livre de la Rhétorique d’Ibn Tumlûs, disciple d’Averroès,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 56 (1999-2003): 57-105.

 

Ikhwân as-Safâ’

 

Baffioni, Carmela, “Gli Ikhwân al-safâ’ e la loro enciclopedia,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 449-89.

 

-------, “Temporal and Religious Connotations of the “Regal Policy” in the Ikhwân al-Safâ’,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 337-65.

 

-------, “The “General Policy” of the Ikhwân al-Safâ’: Plato and Aristotle Restated,” in Words, texts and Concepts, pp. 575-92.

 

-------, “Les sens chez les Ikhwân al-Safâ’ et l’héritage aristotélicien,” Micrologus, 10 (2002): 463-76.

 

de Callataÿ, Godefroid, Ikhwan al-Safa’.  A Brotherhood of Idealists on the Fringe of Orthodox Islam (Makers fo the Muslim World).  Oxford: One World, 2005, xviii-122 pp., ISBN 1-85168-404-2.

 

Marquet, Yves, Les “Frères de la pureté” pythagoriciens de l’Islam.  La marque du pythagorisme dans la rédaction des Épîtres des Ikwân as-Safâ’ (Textes et Travaux de Chrysopoeia, 9).  Paris: S.É.H.A., 2006, 373 pp., ISBN 2-912770-04-1.

 

-------, “La place de l’alchimie dans les Epîtres des Frères de la Pureté (Ikhwân as-Safâ),” in L’Alchimie, pp. 189-200.

 

Zghal, Hatem, “La physique dans les Rasâ’il Ikhwân al-Safâ’, “ Les Cahiers de Tunisie, 53 (n. 185) (2003): 97-118.

 

al-‘Irâqî, Fakhr al-Dîn

 

Mason, Katelin, “Wahdat al-wujûd in XXVIII Flashes,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 1,1 (2005): 85-94.

 

al-Kindî

 

Adamson, Peter, ‘Vision, Light and Color in al-Kindî, Ptolemy and the Ancient Commentators,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16 (2006): 207-36.

 

-------, “Al-Kindî and the Reception of Greek Philosophy,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 32-51.

 

D’Ancona, Cristina, “Al-Kindî e la sua eredità,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 282-351.

 

Elamrani-Jamal, Abdelali, “Fragment d’un traité de minéralogie d’al-Kindî.  Présentation, texte et traduction,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 545-59.

 

Freudenthal, Gad & Lévy, Tony, “De Gérase à Bagdad: Ibn Bahrîz, al-Kindî, et leur recension arabe de l’Introduction arithmétique de Nicomaque, d’après la version hébraïque de Qalonymos ben Qalonymos d’Arles,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 479-544.

 

Gutas, Dimitri, “Geometry and the Rebirth of Philosophy in Arabic with al-Kindî,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 195-209.

 

Jolivet, Jean, “L’Épître sur la quantité des livres d’Aristote, par al-Kindî (une lecture),” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 665-83.

 

-------, “Variations sur le thème du temps chez al-Kindî,” Revue philosophique de Louvain, 101 (2003): 306-18.

 

Marmura, Michael E. with John Rist, “Al-Kindî’s Discussion of Divine Existence and Oneness,” in Probing, pp. 337-53 [originally, 1963].

 

Mîr Damâd

 

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “Between Time and Eternity: Mîr Damâd on God’s Creative Agency,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 17, 2 (2006): 158-76.

 

 

Mullâ Sadrâ

 

Amir-Moezzi, Mohammad Ali, “’Le combatant du ta’wîl’.  Un poème de Mollâ Sadrâ sur ‘Alî. Aspects de l’imamologie duodécimale IX,” Journal Asiatique, 292 (2004): 331-59.

 

Janssens, Jules, “Mullâ Sadrâ’s Use of Ibn Sînâ’s Ta’lîqât in the Asfâr,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, XIII, pp. 1-13 [originally 2002].

 

Kalin, Ibrahim, “Between Physics and Metaphysics: Mullâ Sadrâ on Nature and Motion,” Islam & Science, 1 (2003): 59-90.

 

Mesbahi, Mohamed, “Ibn Rushd et Mollâ Sadrâ Shîrâzî:  L’intellect entre deux destins,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 311-30.

 

Moris, Zailan, Revelation, Intellectual Intuition and Reason in the Philosophy of Mulla Sadra.  An Analysis of the al-Hikmah al-‘Arshiyyah.  London & New York: RoutledgeCurzon, 2003, x-229 pp., ISBN 0-7007-1502-9 (hbk), 1503-7 (pbk).

 

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “Mysticism and Philosophy: Ibn ‘Arabî and Mullâ Sadrâ,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 224-46.

 

-------, “Mullâ Sadrâ and Causation: Rethinking a Problem in Later Islamic Philosophy,” Philosophy East and West, 55,4 (2005): 570-83.

 

Urvoy, Dominique, “La changeante portée d’une thèse métaphysique.  Remarque de philosophie comparée,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 8 (2001): 219-25 [compares with Suarez].

 

Qustâ ibn Lûqâ

 

Wilcox, Judith, “Qustâ ibn Lûqâ’s On the Difference between the Spirit and the Soul in Medieval Considerations of the Internal Senses,” in Corpo e anima, pp. 55-77.

 

al-Râzî

 

Al-Râzî, La conducta virtuosa del filósofo, transl., intro. & notes by Emilio Tornero (Pliegos de oriente).  Saragossa: Trotta, 2004, 104 pp., ISBN 84-9164-659-8 [in fact a translation of both the autobibliography and The Spiritual Medicine].

 

Katouzian-Safadi, Mehrnaz, “La cornue et l’alambic, instrument d’analyse et de preuve dans les Doutes sur Galien de Râzî,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 377-87.

 

Suhrawardî

 

Walbridge, John, “Suhrawardî and Illuminationism,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 201-23.

 

See also Ibn Kammûna.

 

al-Tawhîdî

 

Hachmeier, Klaus, “Rating adab: al-Tawhîdî on the Merits of Poetry and Prose.  The 25th Night of the Kitâb al-imtâ’ wa-l-mu’ânasa. Translation and commentary,” Al-Qantara, 25 (2004): 357-85.

 

Current Scholars

 

Biesterfeldt, Hans Heinrich, “Gerhard Endress zum 65. Geburstag,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. xv-xix.

 

De Bagdad à Paris.  Hommage à Roshdi Rashed, ed. by Régis Morelon & Ahmad Hasnawi (Le monde arabe en débats).  Paris: Institut du Monde Arabe, 2006, pp. 190, ISBN 2-84306-140-7.

 

Entretien de Roshdi Rashed with Ahamad Hasnawi, Christian Houzel & Régis Morelon,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. v-xxvii.

 

Jolivet, Jean, “Roshdi Rashed philosophe,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 879-85.

 

Publications de Roshdi Rashed,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. xxix-xl.

 

“The Works of Gerhard Endress (1966-2004),” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. xxiii-xxxi.

 

Section II. Kalâm

 

General Studies

 

Adang, Camilla, “The Spread of Zâhirism in Post-Caliphal al-Andalus: The Evidence from the Biographical Dictionaries,” in Ideas, Images, and Methods of Portrayal, pp. 297-346.

 

Arnaldez, Roger, “Les éléments bibliques du Coran comme sources de la théologie et de la mystique musulmanes,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 91-108 [originally 1985].

 

-------, “Intellectualisme et volontarisme dans la pensée musulmane,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 109-16 [originally 1995].

 

Aydinli, Osman, “The Mu’tazilite Political Theory:  The Afdaliyya and Mafdûliyya Doctrine,” The Islamic Quarterly, 48,4 (2004): 5-30.

 

Bar-Asher, Meir M., & Kofsky, Aryeh, “Dogma and Ritual in Kitâb al-Ma’ârif by the Nusayrî Theologian Abû Sa’îd Maymûn b. al-Qâsim al-Tabarânî (d. 426/1034-35),” Arabica, 52,1 (2005): 43-65.

 

Becker, C.H., “Christian Polemic and the Formation of Islamic Dogma,” in Muslims and Others, pp. 241-57 [originally, in German 1911].

 

Frank, Ricahrd M., “Al-Akhkâm in Classical Ash’arite Teaching,” in De Zénon…à Poincaré, pp. 753-77.

 

-------, “Yâ Kalâm,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, I, pp. 1-10.

 

-------, “Remarks on the Early Development of the Kalâm,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, VI, pp. 315-29 [originally 1967].

 

-------, “Reason and Revealed Law: A Sample of Parallels and Divergences in Kalâm and Falsafa,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, VII, pp. 123-38 [originally 1978].

 

-------, “Currents and Countercurrents [in the Mu’tazila, Ash’arites and al-Ghazâlî],” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, VIII, pp. 113-34 [originally 1997].

 

-------, “Manings are Spoken in Many Ways: The Earlier Arab Grammarians,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, XII, pp. 259-319 [originally 1981].

 

-------, “’Lam yazal’ as a Formal Term in Muslim Theological Discourse,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, XIII, pp. 243-70 [originally 1995].

 

Griffith, Sidney H., “Comparative Religion in the Apologetics of the First Christian Arabic Theologians,” in Muslims and Others, pp. 175-99 [originally, 1979].

 

Levy-Rubin, M., “Praise or Defamation?  On the Polemical Usage of the term hanîf among Christians and Muslims in the Middle Ages,” Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam, 28 (2003): 202-24.

 

Marmura, Michael E., “A Medieval Islamic Argument for the Intrinsic Value of the Moral Act,” in Probing, pp. 427-44 [originally, 1994].

 

Morrison, Robert, “Reasons for a Scientific Portrayal of Nature in Medieval Commentaries on the Qur’ân,” Arabica, 52,2 (2005): 182-203.

 

Schmidtke, Sabine, “The Karaites’ Encounter with the Thought of Abû l-Husayn al-Basrî (D. 436/1044).  A Survey of the Relevant Materials in the Firkovitch-Collection, St. Petersburg,” Arabica, 53,1 (2006): 108-42 [includes edition].

 

Schöck, Cornelia, “Aussagenquantifizierung und –modalisierung in der frühen islamischen Theologie,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 19-43.

 

Setia, Adi, “The Theologico-Scientific Research Program of the Mutakallimûn: Intellectual Historical Context and Contemporary Concerns with Special Reference to Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî,” Islam & Science, 3 (2005): 127-51.

 

Shihadeh, Ayman, “From al-Ghazâlî to al-Râzî: 6th/12th Century Developments in Muslim Philosophical Theology,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 15 (2005): 141-79.

 

Stroumsa, Sarah, “Jewish Polemics against Islam and Christianity in the Light of Judeo-Arabic Texts,” in Muslims and Others, pp. 201-10 [originally, 1997].

 

van Ess, Josef, The Flowering of Muslim Theology, transl. by Jane Marie Todd.  Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2006, x-220 pp., ISBN 0-674-02208-4.

 

Waardenburg, Jacques, “Muslim Studies of Other Religions: The Medieval Period,” in Muslims and Others, pp. 211-39 [originally, 1992].

 

Zilio-Grandi, Ida, “Le opere di controversia islamo-cristiana nella formazione della letteratura filosofica araba,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 101-136.

 

-------, “Temi e figure dell’apologia musulmana (‘ilm al-kalâm) in relazione al sorgere e allo sviluppo della falsafa,” in Storia della filosofia, vol. I, pp. 137-79.

 

Abd al-Jabbâr

 

Reynolds, Gabriel Said, “The Rise and Fall of Qadî ‘Abd al-Jabbar,” International Journal of Middle East Studies, 37 (2005): 3-18.

 

-------, A Muslim Theologian in the Sectarian Milieu. ‘Abd al-Jabbâr and the Critique of Christian Origins (Islamic History and Civilization, 56).  Leiden: Brill, 2004, xvi-297 pp., ISBN 90-04-13961-3.

 

 

Abû Qurrah (Theodore)

 

Le traité sur la liberté d’Abû Qurrah,” intro. and ed. by Samir Khalil Samir, Al-Machriq, 79,2 (2005): 437-68 & 30,1 (2006): 191-222.

 

Theodore Abû Qurrah, transl. by John C. Lamoreaux (Library of the Christian East,

1).  Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 2005, ISBN 0-934-89300-4.

 

Monferrer Sala, Juan Pedro, “Una muestra de Kalâm Cristiano: Abû Qurra en la sección novena del Kitâb Muyâdalat ma’ al-mutakallimîn al-muslimîn fî maylis al-jalîf al-Ma’mûn,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 10 (2003): 75-86.

 

Abû Râ’ita

 

Keating, Sandra Toenies, “Refuting the Charge of Tahrîf: Abû Râ’ita (d. ca. 835) and his “First Risâla On The Holy Spirit”,” in Ideas, Images, and Methods of Portrayal, pp. 41-57.

 

al-Âmidî

 

Endress, Gerhard, “Die dreifache Ancilla.  Hermeneutik und Logik im Werk des Sayfaddîn al-Âmidî,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 117-45.

 

al-Ash’arî

 

Segovia, Carlos A., “Vida y obra de Abû al-Ash’arî,” Medioevo, 12 (2005): 253-60.

 

al-Batalyawsî

 

See Ibn Qutayba.

 

al-Dabbûsî

 

Bedir, Murteza, “Reason and Revelation: Abû Zayd al-Dabbûsî on Rational Proofs,” Islamic Studies, 43 (2004): 227-45.

 

Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî

 

“Il Libro sulle credenze delle fazioni dei musulmani e degli associatori di Fakhr ad-Dîn ar-Râzî (1149-1210),” transl. by Giuseppe Algieri, Annali, 63 (2003): 33-81.

 

Arnaldez, Roger, “La louange de Dieu dans le Coran d’après le commentaire de Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 165-74 [originally 1987].

 

-------, “Les sept dormants dans le commentaire de Râzî,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 189-97 [originally 1993].

 

Setia, ‘Adî, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî on Physics and the Nature of the Physical World: A Preliminary Survey,” Islam & Science, 2 (2004): 61-80.

 

Street, Tony, “Fakhraddîn ar-Râzî’s Critique of Avicennan Lokic,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 99-116.

 

al-Ghazâlî

 

“Premises that are not Certain and are Unusable in Demonstrations,” transl. by Marmura, in Probing, pp. 267-71 [originally, 1969; partial transl. from Mi’yâr al-‘Ilm].

 

“The Rescuer from Error,” transl. by Khalidi, in Medieval Islamic Philosophical Writings, pp. 59-98 [transl. of various selections from Saliba’s ed. of the Munqid].

 

“Algazel On the Soul: A Critical Edition,” by Eva St. Clair, Traditio, 60 (2005): 47-84.

 

Aftab, Macksood A., “Primer on Islam and the Problem of Causation, Induction, and Skepticism,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 1,1 (2005): 95-100.

 

al-Akiti, M. Afifi, “The Three Properties of Prophethood in Certain Works of Avicenna and al-Ghazâlî,” in Interpreting Avicenna, pp. 189-212.

 

Albertini, Tamara, “Crisis and Certainty of Knowledge in al-Ghazâlî (1058-1111) and Descartes (1596-1650),” Philosophy East and West, 55,1 (2005): 1-14.

 

Babu Sahib, Hikmatullah, “Ghazâlî and the Problem of Authenticity,” Hamdard Islamicus, 27,4 (2004): 7-18.

 

Frank, Richard M., “Al-Ghazî on taqlîd.  Scholars, Theologians, and Philosophers,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, X, pp. 207-52 [originally 1991-92].

 

-------, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Use of Avicenna’s Philosophy,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, XI, pp. 271-85 [originally 1987-89].

 

Griffel, Frank, “MS London, British Library Or. 3126: An Unknown Work by al-Ghazâlî on Metaphysics and Philosophical Theology,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 17,1 (2006): 1-42.

 

-------, “Taqlîd of the Philosophers: Al-Ghazâlî’s Initial Accusation in his Tahâfut,” in Ideas, Images, and Methods of Portrayal, pp. 273-96.

 

Hillenbrand, Carole, “A Little-known Mirror for Princes by al-Ghazâlî,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 593-601.

 

Hillier, Harold Chad, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Argument for the Eternity of the World in Tahâfut al-falâsifa and the Problem of Divine Immutability and Timelessness,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 1,1 (2005): 62-84.

 

Janssens, Jules, “Al-Ghazzâli’s Political Thought: Elements of Greek Philosophical Influence,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 57 (2004): 393-410.

 

-------, “Le ma’ârij al-quds fî madârij ma’rifat al-nafs: un element-clé pour le dossier Ghazzâlî-Ibn Sînâ,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, VIII, pp. 27-55 [originally 1993].

 

      -------, “Al-Ghazzâlî’s Mi’yâr al-‘ilm fî fann al-mantiq: sources avicenniennes et   

farabiennes,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, IX, pp. 39-66 [originally 2002].

 

-------, “Al-Ghazzâlî’s Tahâfut: Is it Really a Rejection of Ibn Sînâ’s Philosophy?,” in

his Ibn Sînâ and his Influence, X, pp. 1-17 [originally 2001].

 

-------, “Al-Ghazzâlî and his Use of Avicennian Texts,” in his Ibn Sînâ and his

Influence, XI, pp. 37-49 [originally 2003].

 

Khismatulin, Alexei A., “The Alchemy of Happiness: Al-Ghazâlî’s Kîmiyâ and the Origins of the Khwâjagân-Naqshbandiyya Principles,” in Ideas, Images, and Methods of Portrayal, pp. 227-71.

 

Koshul, Basit Bilal, “Ghazzâlî, Ibn Rushd and Islam’s Sojourn into Modernity: A Comparative Analysis,” Islamic Studies, 43 (2004): 207-25.

 

Marmura, Michael E., “Al-Ghazâlî,” in Cambridge Companion to Arabic, pp. 137-54.

 

-------, “The Logical Role of the Argument from Time in the Tahâfut’s Second Proof for the World’s Pre-Eternity,” in Probing, pp. 219-29 [originally, 1959].

 

-------, “Ghazali and Demonstrative Science,” in Probing, pp. 231-60 [originally, 1965].

 

-------, “Ghazâlî on Ethical Premises,” in Probing, pp. 261-65 [originally, 1969].

 

-------, “Al-Ghazâlî on Bodily Resurrection and Causality in the Tahâfut and the Iqtisâd,” in Probing, pp. 273-299 [originally, 1994].

 

-------, “Ghazali’s Chapter on Divine Power in the Iqtisâd,” in Probing, pp. 301-34 [originally, 1994].

 

Moosa, Ebrahim, Ghazali and the Poetics of Imagination (Islamic Civilization and Muslim Networks).  Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2005, xi-349 pp., ISBN 0807-829528 (cloth), 856126 (pbk).

 

Rayan, Sobhi, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Use of the Terms Darûrah and ‘Âdah in his Theory of Natural Causality,” Islamic Culture, 78,3 (July 2004): 77-98.

 

-------, “Al-Ghazali’s Method of Doubt,” MESA (Middle East Studies Association) Bulletin, 38 (2004): 162-73.

 

Ulrich, Rudolph, “Die Neubewertung der Logik durch al-Ghazâlî,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 73-97.

 

Ibn Hazm

 

Arnaldez, Roger, “Le Coran dans les usûl al-fiqh d’après le Muhallâ d’Ibn Hazm,” in his Les sciences coraniques, pp. 125-31 [originally 1970].

 

Kruk, Remke, “Ibn Hazm’s Tadpoles: A Zâhirite Reads the Book of Nature,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 401-09.

 

Ibn Qutayba

 

Soravia, Bruna, “Ibn Qutayba en al-Andalus.  La préface à l’Adab al-Kâtib dans le commentaire d’Ibn al-Sîd al-Batalyawsî,” Al-Qantara, 25 (2004): 539-66 [includes transl. of Ibn Qutayba’s preface].

 

Ibn Taymiyya

Bori, Caterina, Ibn Taymiyya: Una vita esemplare.  Analisi delle fonti classiche della sua biografia (Supplemento n.1 alla Rivista degli Studi Orientali, vol. LXXVI).  Pisa & Rome: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2003, 235 pp.

 

Friedman, Yaron, “Ibn Taymiyya’s Fatâwâ agaisnt the Nusayrî-‘Alawî Sect,” Der Islam, 82,2 (2005): 349-63.

 

Hoover, Jon, “Perpetual Creativity in the Perfection of God: Ibn Taymiyya’s Hadith Commentary on God’s Creation of This World,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 15 (2004): 287-329.

 

Kügelgen von, Anke, “Ibn Taymîyas Kritik an der aristotelischen Logik und sein Gegenentwurf,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 167-225.

 

-------, “Dialogpartner im Widerspruch: Ibn Rushd und Ibn Taymîya über die “Einheit der Wahrheit”,” in Words, Texts and Concepts, pp. 455-81.

 

Jahm ibn Safwân

 

Frank, Richard M., “The Neoplatonims of Jahm ibn Safwân,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, IX, pp. 395-424 [originally 1965].

 

al-Muhâsibî

 

de Crussol, Yolande, Le rôle de la raison dans la réflexion éthique d’Al-Muhâsibî. ‘Aql et conversion chez al-Muhâsibî (165-243/782-857).  Paris: Consep, 2002, 468 pp., ISBN 2-85162-049-5.

 

al-Qushayrî

 

Frank, Richard M., “Two Short Dogmatic Works of Abû l-Qâsim al-Qushayrî.  Part 1: Edition and Translation of Luma’ fî l-i’tiqâd & Part 2: Edition and Translation of al-Fusûl fî l-usûl,” in his Philosophy, Theology and Mysticism, XIV, pp. 53-74 & XV, pp. 59-94 [originally 1982 & 1983].

 

Rashîd al-Dîn

Klein-Franke, F., “Rashîd ad-Dîn’s Treatise “On Free Will and Predestination”.  An Attempt to Overcome Inner-Islamic Differences,” Le Muséon, 117 (2004): 527-45 [includes Arabic edition].

 

al-Taftâzânî

 

Madelung, Wilferd, “At-Taftâzânî und die Philosophie,” in Logik und Theologie, pp. 227-36.