The Catholic University of America

BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE IN
MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
(2008-2009)
Thérèse-Anne Druart
The Catholic University of America
I cannot thank enough all the scholars who kindly sent me information and in particular those who sent me a copy of their publications or photocopies of tables of contents. I am also very grateful to my Assistant Ms. Clare Storck for her vauable help.
Collective Works or Collections of Articles
The Afterlife of the Platonic Soul: Reflections of Platonic Psychology in the Monotheistic Religions, ed. by Maha Elkaisy-Friemuth & John M. Dillon (Ancient Mediterranean and Medieval Texts and Contexts 9). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009, x-236 pp., ISBN 978-90-04-17623-2.
An Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, vol. II, Is mâ’îlî and Hermetico-Pythagorean Philosophy, ed. by Seyyed Hossein Nasr & Mehdi Aminrazavi. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001, xvi-400 pp., ISBN 978-0-19-512700-5.
An Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, vol. III, Philosophical Theology in the Middle Ages and Beyond, ed. by Seyyed Hossein Nasr & Mehdi Aminrazavi. London-New York: I.B. Tauris, 2010, xviii-470 pp., ISBN 978-1-84511-605-7.
Cosmogonie e cosmologie nel medioevo. Atti del Convegno della Società Italiana per lo Studio del Pensiero Medievale (S.I.E.P.M.) Catania, 22-24 settembre 2006, ed. by Concetto Martello, Chiara Militello, & Andrea Vella (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, Textes et Études du Moyen Âge 46). Louvain-la-Neuve: 2008, xvi-525 pp., ISBN 972-2-503-529.
Culture and Memory in Medieval Islam. Essays in Honour of Wilfred Madelung, ed. by Farhad Daftary & Josef W. Meri. London-New York: I.B. Tauris, 2003, xvi-464 pp., ISBN 186064 859-2.
Les Grecs, les Arabes et nous. Enquête sur l’islamologie savante, ed. by Philippe Büttgen, Alain de Libera, Marwan Rashed & Irène Rosier-Catach (Ouvertures). Paris: Fayard, 2009, 372 pp., ISBN 978-2-213-65138-5 [a reply to Gouguenheim’s Aristote au Mont-Saint-Michel].
The Ikhwân al-Safâ’ and their Rasâ’il: An Introduction, ed. by Nader El-Bizri, foreword by Farhad Daftary (Epistles of the Brethern of Purity). Oxford: University Press in Association with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2008, xx-304 pp., ISBN 978-0-19955-724-0.
L’Islam médiéval en terres chrétiennes. Science et idéologie, ed. by Max Lejbowicz with a Foreword by Jean Celeyrette & Max Lejbowicz (les Savoirs mieux). Villeneuve d’Ascq: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2008, 176 pp., ISBN 978-2-7574-0088-3 [a reply to S. Gouguenheim’s Aristote au Mont-Saint-Michel; includes a list of the principal reactions to Gouguenheim, pp. 30-44].
Lexiques bilingues dans les domaines philosophique et scientifique (Moyen Âge – Renaissance). Actes du Colloque international organisé par l’École Pratique des Hautes Études – IVe Section et l’Institut Supérieur de Philosophie de l’Université Catholique de Louvain (Paris, 12-14 juin 1997), ed. by J. Hamesse & D. Jacquart (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, Textes et Études du Moyen Âge 14). Turnhout: Brepols, 2001, xii-240 pp., ISBN 2-503-51176-7.
Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric in the Greek, Roman, Syriac, and Arabic Worlds, ed. by Frédérique Woerther (Europaea Memoria). Hildesheim-Zurich-New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2009, 327 pp., ISBN 978-3-487-13990-6.
Une lumière venue d’ailleurs. Héritages et ouvertures dans les encyclopédies d’Orient et d’Occident au Moyen Âge. Actes du Colloque de Louvain-la-Neuve, 19-21 mai 2005, ed. by Godefroid de Callataÿ & Baudouin Van den Abeele (Réminisciences 9). Louvain-la-Neuve: Centre de Recherche en Histoire des Sciences, 2008, xii-298 pp., ISBN 978-2-503-53073-4.
Malphono w-Rabo d-Malphone. Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock, ed. by George A. Kiraz (Gorgias Eastern Christianity Studies 3). Piscataway, N.J.: Gorgias Press, 2008, xlvii-846 pp., ISBN 978-1-59333-706-3.
L’Orient chrétien dans l’empire musulman. Hommage au professeur Gérard Troupeau, ed. by Geneviève Gobillot & Marie-Thérèse Urvoy (Studia arabica III). Versailles: Editions de Paris, 2005, 539 pp., ISBN 2-85162-072-X.
Le Plurilinguisme au Moyen Âge. Orient-Occident de Babel à la langue une, ed. by Claire Kappler & Suzanne Thiolier-Méjean (Méditerranée Médiévale). Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009, 375 pp., ISBN 978-2-296-08196-3.
Syriac Polemics. Studies in Honour of Gerrit Jan Reinink, ed. by Wout Jack van Bekkum, Jan Willem Drijvers & Alex C. Klugkist (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 170). Leuven-Paris-Dudley, MA: Peeters & Department Oosterse Studies, 2007, xviii-262 pp., ISBN 978-90-429-1973-0.
Takhyîl: The Imaginary in Classical Arabic Poetics, texts selected, transl., and annotated by Geert Jan van Gelder & Marlé Hammond and studies ed. by Geert Jan van Gelder & Marlé Hammond; intro. by Wolfhart Heinrichs and preface by Anne Sheppard. Oxford: Gibb Memorial Trust, 2008, xviii-286 pp., ISBN 978-0-906094-69-3 [annotated bibliography on takhyîl, pp. 120-27].
Timing and Temporality in Islamic Philosophy and Phenomenology of Life, ed. by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in Dialogue 3). Dordrecht: Springer, 2007, xii-344 pp., ISBN 978-1-4020-6159-2.
Traditions Intellectuelles en Islam, ed. by Farhad Daftary, trans. by Zarien Rajan-Badouraly. Paris: Maisonneuve, 2009, 206 pp., ISBN 978-2-7200-1159-7 [English original: Intellectual Traditions in Islam, 2000].
Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ Sempozyumu Bildiriler 22-24 May 2008, Istabul. Inernational Ibn Sina Symposium Papers, 2 vol., ed. by Nevzat Bayhan, Mehmet Mazak & Aydin Süleyman. Istanbul: Kültüra.S, 2009, vol. I, pp. 1-365 & vol. II, pp. 1-390, ISBN 978-9944-370-92-9 [only papers in English will be listed].
Fattal, Aristote et Plotin dans la philosophie arabe (Ouverture philosophique). Paris: L’Harmattan, 2008, 147 pp., ISBN 978-2-296-06121-7.
Section I. Falsafa
New Journal
Journal of Shi’a Islamic Studies, published by The Islamic College in London. It began in 2008 and offers four issues per year, http://www.islamic-college.ac.uk/Research.
Special Issues of Journal
Les arabes et la Grèce in Qantara. Magazine des cultures arabe et méditerranéenne, n. 71 (April 2009): 25-56 [a reply to Gouguenheim’s Aristote au Mont-Saint-Michel; articles by François Zabbal, Dominique Urvoy, Ali Ben Makhlouf, Roshdi Rashed, Régis Morelon, Gabriel Matinez-Gros, Rémi Brague & Christian Jambet].
Actes du Colloque International: Les doctrines de la loi dans la philosophie de langue arabe et leurs contextes grecs et musulmans,Centre Jean Pépin (CNRS), Villejuif, 12-13 juin 2007 in Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 61 (2008): 345-587.
Bibliographies and Chronicles
Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Brief Bibliographical Guide in Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Theology (2007-2008),” http://philosophy.cua.edu/tad/bibliography%2007-08.cfm.
Gilliot, Claude, “Bulletin d’islamologie et d’études arabes,” Revue des Sciences philosophiques et religieuses, 93 (2009): 155-87.
Urvoy, Dominique, “Bulletin de philosophie arabe et islamique,” Revue Thomiste, 109 (2009): 117-29.
Greek, Persian, and Syriac Sources
[Barhebraeus], Aristotelian Meteorology in Syriac: Barhebraeus, Butyrum Sapientiae, Book of Mineralogy and Meteorology, ed. and transl.by Hidemi Takahashi (Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus, 15). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2004, xx-724 pp., ISBN 90 04 13031 4.
Ben Mrad, Ibrahim, “Les gloses botaniques andalouses sur le manuscrit de Paris de la traduction arabe de la Materia Medica des Dioscorides,” al-Qantara, 30,2 (2009): 581-622.
Bertolacci, Amos, “Ammonius and al-Fârâbî: The Sources of Avicenna’s Concept of Metaphysics,” Quaestio, 5 (2005): 287-305.
Beulay, Robert (†), “Les dimensions philosophiques de l’expérience spirituelle de Jean de Dalyatha (Mystique syrien de l’Est au 8ème siècle),” Parole de l’Orient, 33 (2008): 201-07.
Bos, Gerrit & Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “The Introduction of Sergius of Rêsh’aina to Galen’s Commentary on Hippocrates’ On Nutriment,” Journal of Semitic Studies, 54,1 (2009): 179-204.
Brentjes, Sonja, “Courtly Patronage of Ancient Sciences in Post-Classical Islamic Societies,” al-Qantara, 29 (2008): 403-36.
Campanini, M., “La traduzione della Republica nei falâsifah musulmani,” in I Decembrio e la tradizione della Republica di Platone tra Medioevo e Umanesimo, ed. by Mario Vegetti & Paolo Passavino (Saggi Bibliopolis 75). (Naples: Bibliopolis, 2005), pp. 31-81.
D’Ancona, Cristina, “Man’s Conjunction with Intellect: A Neoplatonic Source of Western Muslim Philosophy,” in Proceedings of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, VIII, 4. (Jerusalem: The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 2008), pp. 57-89 [Proclus].
-------, “Aristotle and Aristotelianism,” in Encyclopaedia of Islam, 3rd ed., fascicule (2008) 1, pp. 153-69.
Endress, G., “Bilingual Lexical Materials in the Arabic Tradition of the Hellenistic Sciences,” in Lexiques bilingues, pp. 161-73.
Fattal, Michel, “L’intellection des indivisibles dans le De Anima (III,6) d’Aristote. Lectures arabes et modernes,” in his Aristote et Plotin, pp. 19-38 [Ishâq ibn Hunayn].
-------, “La composition des concepts dans le De Anima (III,6) d’Aristote. Commentaires grecs et arabes,’ in his Aristote et Plotin, pp. 39-56 [Themistius Arabus, Ishâq, al-Fârâbî & Averroes].
-------, “Postérité médiévale arabe du logos plotinien dans la pseudo-Théologie d’Aristote,” in his Aristote et Plotin, pp. 59-97.
-------, “Plotin chez Al-Fârâbî. A propos du traité de L’Harmonie entre les opinions des deux sages, le divin Platon et Aristote d’Al-Fârâbî,” in his Aristote et Plotin, pp. 99-118.
Hugonnard-Roche, H., “Jacob of Edessa and the Reception of Aristotle,” in Jacob of Edessa and the Syriac Culture of His Day, ed. by Bas ter Haar Romeny (Monographs of the Peshitta Institute, Leiden 18) (Leiden: Brill, 2008), pp. 205-222.
-------, “L’oeuvre logique de Barhebraeus,” Parole de l’Orient, 33 (2008): 129-43.
-------, “Lexiques bilingues grec-syriaque et philosophie aristotélicienne,” in Lexiques bilingues, pp. 1-24.
Jullien, Florence, “Une question de controverse religieuse. La Lettre au catholicos nestorien Mâr Denhâ Ier,” Parole de l’Orient, 33 (2008): 95-113.
Micheau, Françoise, “Biographies de savants dans le Mukhtasar de Bar Hebraeus,” in L’Orient chrétien, pp. 251-81.
Netton, Ian Richard, “Private Caves and Public Islands: Islam, Plato and the Ikhwân al-Safâ’,” in The Afterlife of the Platonic Soul, pp. 107-20.
Pellegrin, Pierre, “Aristote arabe, Aristote latin, Aristote de droite, Aristote de gauche,” Revue philosophique de la France et de l’Etranger, 199 (2009): 79-89 [a review article of Gouguenheim’s Aristote au Mont-Saint-Michel].
Rudolph, Ulrich, “The Pre-Socratics in Arabic Philosophical Pseudo-Epigrapha,” in Islamic Crosspollinations: Interactions in the Medieval Middle East, ed. by Anna Akasoy, James E. Montgomery & Peter E. Pormann (Oxford: Gibb Memorial Trust, 2007), pp. 65-75.
Strohmaier, Gotthard, “La longévité de Galien et les deux places de son tombeau,” in La science médicale antique. Nouveaux regards. Études réunies en l’honneur de Jacques Jouanna, ed. by Véronique Boudon-Millot et aliae (Paris: Beauchesne, 2007), pp. 393-403.
Syros, Vasileios, “A Note on the Transmission of Aristotle’s Political Ideas in Medieval Persia and Early-Modern India. Was There Any Arabic or Persian Translation of the Politics?,” Bulletin de Philosophie médiévale, 50 (2008): 303-09.
Taylor, David, “L’importance des Pères de l’Église dans l’oeuvre spéculative de Barhebraeus,” Parole de l’Orient, 33 (2008): 63-85.
Teule, Hermann, “La vie dans le monde. Perspectives chrétiennes et influences musulmanes. Une étude de Memrô II de l’Ethicon de Grégoire Abû l-Farâdj Barhebraeus,” Parole de l’Orient, 33 (2008): 115-28.
Touwaide, Alain, “Traducción y transliteración de nombres de plantas en la versión árabe de Hunayn b. Ishâq e Istifân b. Bâsil del tratado De materia medica de Dioscórides,” al-Qantara, 30,2 (2009): 557-80.
Troupeau, G., “Le lexique arabe-syriaque d’Elie Bar Shiâyâ,” in Lexiques bilingues, pp. 25-30.
van Bladel, Kevin, The Arabic Hermes: From Pagan Sage to Prophet of Science (Oxford Studies in Late Antiquity). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, xii-278 pp., ISBN 978-0-19-537613-5.
Watt, John W., “Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric in Syriac,” in Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric, pp. 141-54.
-------, “Al-Fârâbî and the History of the Syriac Organon,” in Malphono, pp. 751-78.
Wilks, Marina, “Jacob of Edessa’s Use of Greek Philosophy in His Hexaemeron,” in Jacob of Edessa and the Syriac Culture of His Day, ed. by Bas ter Haar Romeny (Monographs of the Peshitta Institute, Leiden 18) (Leiden: Brill, 2008), pp. 223-38.
Woerther, Frédérique, “Philosophical Rhetoric between Dialectics and Politics: Aristotle, Hermagoras, and al-Fârâbî,” in Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric, pp. 55-72.
Youssif, Ephrem-Isa, La vision de l’homme chez deux philosophes syriaques: Bardesane (154-222) & Ahoudemmeh (VIème siècle) (Peuples et cultures de l’Orient). Paris: L’Harmattan, 2007, 68 + 44 pp., ISBN 978-2-296-04406-7 [includes ed. of the Syriac texts, Le livre des lois des pays & Le traité sur la composition de l’homme and their transl. in French by François Nau].
Zonta, Mauro, “La tradizione medievale arabo-ebraica delle opere di Aristotele: Stato della ricerca,” Elenchos, 28 (2007): 369-87.
Latin, Hebrew, Syriac, Byzantine, and Modern Translations and Influences
Aslanov, Cyril, “Joseph Caspi et le plurilinguisme des Juifs provencaux,” in Le plurilinguisme, pp. 111-21 [argues Caspi knew Arabic].
Badia, Lola, “Le plurilinguisme paradoxal de Raymond Lulle,” in Le plurilinguisme, pp. 177-201.
Bataillon, Louis-Jacques, “Sur Aristote et le Mont-Saint-Michel. Notes de lecture,” in L’Islam médiéval, pp. 105-13 [reprint from Revue des sciences philosophiques et théologiques, 92 (2008): 329-34.
Ben Abdeljelil, Jameleddine, “Drei jüdischeAverroisten: Höhepunkt und Niedergang des jüdischen Averroismus im Mittelalter,” Asiatische Studien-Études Asiatiques, 62,4 (2008): 933-86.
Burnett, Charles, “The Translation of Arabic Works on Logic into Latin in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, in Handbook of the History of Logic, vol. I: Greek, Indian and Arabic Logic, ed. by Dov M. Gabbay & John Woods (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2004), pp. 597-606.
Coleyrette, Jean and Lebjowicz, Max, “Introduction,” in L’Islam médiéval, pp. 9-44 [includes list of main Greco-Latin and Arabo-Latin translations, pp. 22-29].
de Libera, Alain, “Les Latins parlent aux Latins,’ in Les Grecs, les Arabes et nous, pp. 171-207, with appendix 1 by Ruedi Imbach, “…en l’absence de tout lien avec le monde islamique,” pp. 208-09 and appendix 2 by John Marenbon “Les Collationes de Pierre Abélard et la diversité des religions,” pp. 209-11 [reply to Gouguenheim].
Ebbesen, Sten, “Jacques de Venise,” in L’Islam médiéval, pp. 115-32.
Freeley, John, Aladin’s Lamp: How Greek Science Came to Europe Through the Islamic World. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2009, xii-303 pp., ISBN 978-0-307-26534-0.
Galonnier, Alain, “Dominicus Gundissalinus et Gérard de Crémone, deux possibles stratégies de traduction: le cas de l’encyclopédie farabienne du De scientiis,” in Une lumière, pp. 103-17.
Gilson, Etienne, Greco-Arabic Sources of Avicennist Augustinism, transl. by James G. Colbert. New York, NY: Global Scholarly Publications, 2003, 2005 pp., ISBN 0-9724918-5-6 [transl. from 1981 reprint of the 1929 original].
[Gundisalinus], El Tractatus de anima attribuido a Dominicus Gundi[s]salinus, study, critical ed. & transl. by Conceptión Alonso del Real & María Jesús Soto Bruna (Collección de pensamiento medieval y renacentista 107). Pamplona: EUNSA, 2009, 318 pp., ISBN 978-84-313-2620-3.
Hershon, Cyril, “Les ibn Tibbon dynastie de traducteurs,” in Le plurilinguisme, pp. 123-32.
Hollenberg, David, “Neoplatonism in Pre-kirmânîan fâtimid doctrine. A critical edition of the prologue of the Kitâb al-fatarât wa-l-qirânât,” Le Muséon, 122 (2009): 159-202 [includes a translation].
Jacquart, D., “Note sur les Synonyma Rasis,” in Lexiques bilingues, pp. 113-21.
Jolivet, Jean, “Une escapade aventureuse,” in L’Islam médiéval, pp. 59-71.
Kouloughli, Djamel, “Langues sémitiques et traduction. Critique de quelques vieux mythes,” in Les Grecs, les Arabes et nous, pp. 79-118 [reply to Gouguenheim].
Lee, Sang-Sup, “Die Pluralität der Intellekte und die Einheit der Erkenntnis. Kritiken und Rezeptionen des Monopsychismus des Averroes in der sog. Scholastik,” Bochümer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter, 12 (2007): 77-96.
Marenbon, John, “Latin Averroism,” in Islamic Crosspollinations: Interactions in the Medieval Middle East, ed. by Anna Akasoy, James E. Montgomery & Peter E. Pormann (Oxford: Gibb Memorial Trust, 2007), pp. 135-47.
Musco, Alessandro, “Stupor Mundi: Culture and Differences in Sicily and the Mediterranean World,” in Le plurilinguisme, pp. 147-55.
Pellegrin, Pierre, “Aristote arabe, Aristote latin, Aristote de droite, Aristote de gauche,” Revue philosophique de la France et de l’Etranger, 199 (2009): 79-89 [a review article of Gouguenheim’s Aristote au Mont-Saint-Michel].
Rosier-Catach, Irène, “Qui connaît Jacques de Venise? Une revue de presse,” in Les Grecs, les Arabes et nous, pp. 21-47, with Appendix by Luca Bianchi, “Deux poids, deux mesures,” pp. 48-51 [reply to Gouguenheim].
Spallino, Patrizia, “Le langage philosophique de Frédéric II dans les Questions siciliennes de Ibn Sab’in et L’aiguillon des disciples de Ja’Aqov Anatoli,” in Le plurilinguisme, pp. 133-45.
Tarakçi, Muhammet & Güç, Ahmet, “Defending Christianity against the Challenges of Islam: A Critical Evaluation of Aquinas’ Apologetics,” The Islamic Quarterly, 53,1 (2009): 23-37.
Tolan, John, “Aristophane au Mont-Saint-Michel? Les écueils de la recherche identitaire,” in L’Islam médiéval, pp. 45-58.
Travaglia, Pinella, “Alle origini di una cosmologia alchemica: il “De secretis nature”,” in Cosmogonie, pp. 463-86.
Troupeau, G., “Le lexique arabe-syriaque d’Elie Bar Shiâyâ,” in Lexiques bilingues, pp. 25-30.
Zonta, Mauro, “About a 12th-Century Judeo-Arabic “Encyclopedical” Work: Moses Ibn Ezra’s Treatise of the Garden, part 1,” in Une Lumière, pp. 91-101.
-------, “La tradizione medievale arabo-ebraica delle opere di Aristotele: Stato della ricerca,” Elenchos, 28 (2007): 369-87.
-------, “A Newly Discovered Arabic-Hebrew Medieval Philosophical Dictionary, Including Key-terms of Maimonides’ Guide,” European Journal of Jewish Studies, 1/2 (2007): 279-317.
-------, “Arabic and Latin Glosses in Medieval Hebrew Translations of Philosophical Texts and their Relation to Hebrew Philosophical Dictionaries,” in Lexiques bilingues, pp. 31-48.
General Studies
Abbès, Makram, Islam et politique à l’âge classique (Philosophies). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France, 2009, 311 pp., ISBN 978-2-13-056855-1.
Ali, Mufti, “A Statistical Portrait of the Resistance to Logic by Sunni Muslim Scholars Based on the Works of Jalâl al-Dîn al-Suyûtî (849-909/1448-1505),” Islamic Law and Society, 15 (2008): 250-67.
Alwishah, Ahmed & Sanson, David, “The Early Arabic Liar: The Liar Paradox in the Islamic World from the Mid-Ninth to the Mid-Thirteenth Centuries CE,” Vivarium, 47 (2009): 97-127 [Kalâm, al-Abharî & al-Tûsî].
Aouad Maroun, Roisse Philippe, Ganagé Emma & Fadlallah Hamidé, “Les manuscrits de philosophie en langue arabe conservés dans les bibliothèques du Liban—Protocle—Catalogue raisonné des manuscrits de philosophie en langue arabe de la Bibliothèque Saint-Paul de Harissa (première partie),” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 61 (2008): 189-341.
Baffioni, Carmela, “L’embryologie islamique. Entre héritage grec et Coran: les philosophes, les savants, les théologiens,” in L’embryon: formation et animation. Antiquité grecque et latine, tradition hébraïque, chrétienne et islamique, ed. by Luc Brisson, Marie-Hélène Congourdeau & Jean-Luc Solère (Histoire des Doctrines de l’Antiquité Classique) (Paris: Vrin, 2008), pp. 213-31 [particularly focused on Fakhr al-Dîn].
Balty-Guesdon, Marie-Geneviève, “La Maison de la Sagesse: une institution hors de l’histoire?,” in L’Islam médiéval, pp. 85-98.
Brague, Rémi, “En quoi la philosophie islamique est-elle islamique?,” in L’Orient chrétien, pp. 119-41.
Brentjes, Sonja, “Courtly Patronage of Ancient Sciences in Post-Classical Islamic Societies,” al-Qantara, 29 (2008): 403-36.
Cohen, Mark R., “Geniza for Islamicists, Islamic geniza, and the “New Cairo Geniza”,” Harvard Middle Eastern and Islamic Review, 7 (2006): 129-45.
de Callataÿ, Godefroid, “Trivium et quadrivium en Islam: des trajectoires contrastées,” in Une lumière, pp. 1-30.
Daftary, Farhad, “La vie intellectuelle chez les ismaéliens: un aperçu,” in Traditions intellectuelles, pp. 79-98.
Dichy, Joseph, “Aux sources interprétatives de la rhétorique arabe et de l’exégèse coranique: la non transparence du langage, de la racine /b-y-n/ dans le Coran aux conceptions d’al-Djâhiz et d’Ibn Qutayba,” in Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric, pp. 245-77.
The Different Aspects of Islamic Culture, Vol. V, Culture and Learning in Islam, ed. by Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu. Paris: UNESCO, 2003, section III, is devoted to Philosophy in Islam with four papers: 1. Jadaane, Fehmi, “Revealed Text and the Manifestation of Reason: Introduction to Philosophy in Islam,” pp. 351-58; 2. Jadaane, Fehmi, ‘Philosophy in Islam: The Royale Road,” pp. 359-81; 3. Badawi, Abdurrahman, “The Way of the Hellenizers: The Transmission of Greek Philosophy to Islamic Civilization; 4. Mahdi, Muhsin S., “Philosophy in Islam,” pp. 399-43.
Elamrani-Jamal, Abdelali, “De l’impuissance de la langue arabe. Les barrières imaginaires entre la culture grecque et l’islam,” in L’Islam médiéval, pp. 73-83.
Fakhry, Majid, Islamic Occasionalism and its Critique by Averroës and Aquinas (Routledge Library Editions: Islam, 32). London & New York: Routledge, 2008, 220 pp., ISBN 0-415-44873-5 [reprint of 1958 book].
Granara, William, “Islamic Education and the Transmission of Knowledge in Muslim Sicily,” in Law and Education in Medieval Islam: Studies in Memory of Professor George Makdisi, ed. by Joseph E. Lowry, Devin J. Stewart & Shawkat M. Toorawa (Oxford: E.J.W. Gibb Memorial Trust, 2004), pp. 150-73.
Heinrichs, Wolfhart P., “Early Ornate Prose and the Rhetorization of Poetry in Arabic Literature,” in Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric, pp. 215-34.
-------, “Takhyîl: Make-Believe and Image Creation in Arabic Literary Theory,” in Takhyîl, pp. 1-14.
Hollenberg, David, “Neoplatonism in Pre-kirmânîan fâtimid doctrine. A critical edition of the prologue of the Kitâb al-fatarât wa-l-qirânât,” Le Muséon, 122 (2009): 159-202 [includes a translation].
Kennedy, Hugh, “La vie intellectuelle au cours des quatre premiers siècles de l’islam,” in Traditions intellectuelles, pp. 23-33.
Kenny, Joseph, Philosophy of the Muslim World: Authors and Principal Themes (Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change, series IIA, Islam, 14). Washington, D.C.: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2003, vi-176 pp., ISBN 1-56518-180-8.
Kheirandish, Elaheh, “Footprints of “Experiment” in Early Arabic Optics,” Early Science and Medicine, 14 (2009): 79-104.
Kohl, Katrin, “Poetic Universals?,” in Takhyîl, pp. 133-46.
Larcher, Pierre, “Mais qu’est-ce donc que la balagha?,” in Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric, pp. 197-213
Leaman, Olivier, “Recherches scientifiques et philosophiques: réalisations et réactions au cours de l’histoire musulmane,” in Traditions intellectuelles, pp. 35-44.
Lyons, The House of Wisdom. How the Arabs Transformed Western Civilization. New York-Berlin-London: Bloomsbury Press, 2009, xviii-248 pp., ISBN 978-1-59691-459-9.
Maalouf, Nayef, La place du verbe dans la pensée arabe. Beirut: Dar an-Nahar, 2006, 235 pp., ISBN 9953-74-118-2.
Mahamid, Hatim, “Mosques as Higher Educational Institutions in Mamluk Syria,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 20 (2009): 188-212.
Mahdi, Muhsin, “La tradition rationnelle en Islam,” in Traditions intellectuelles, pp. 45-62.
Makdisi, George, “Universities: Past and Present,” in Culture and Memory, pp. 43-63.
Montgomery, James E., “Convention as Cognition: on the Cultivation of Emotion,” in Takhyîl, pp. 147-78 [includes the philosophical tradition].
Rashed, Marwan, “Les débuts de la philosophie moderne (VIIe-IXe siècle),” in Les Grecs, les Arabes et nous, pp. 121-69 [reply to Gouguenheim].
Roccaro, Giuseppe, “Ontologia, metafisica e pensiero islamico. Note introduttive,” Giornale di Metafisica, 30 (2008): 57-74 & 313-32.
Saeed, Abdullah, Islamic Thought: An Introduction. London-New York; Routledge, 2006, x-204 pp., ISBN 0-415-36408-6 hbk or 36409-4 pbk.
Stewart, Devin J., “Ibn al-Nadîm’s Ismâ’îlî Contacts,” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 19,1 (2009): 11-40.
Street, Tony, “Arabic Logic,” in Handbook of the History of Logic, vol. I: Greek, Indian and Arabic Logic, ed. by Dov M. Gabbay & John Woods (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2004), pp. 523-96.
Taylor, Richard C., “Damas et Baghdad,” in Histoire de la Philosophie, ed. by Jean-François Pradeau (Paris: Seuil, 2009), pp. 162-178.
Van Renterghem, Vanessa, “L’accès à l’information et les méthodes de travail d’un lettré bagdadien du Ve-XIe siècle,” Studia Islamica, 104-105 (2007): 133-49 [Ibn al-Bannâ’, d. 1079]
Vesel, Ĺ˝iva, “Les encyclopédies persanes: culture scientifique en langue vernaculaire,” in Une lumière, pp. 49-89.
‘Abd al-Latîf al-Baghdâdî
Toorawa, Shawkat, “A Portrait of ‘Abd al-Latîf al-Baghdâdî’s Education and Instruction,” in Law and Education in Medieval Islam: Studies in Memory of Professor George Makdisi, ed. by Joseph E. Lowry, Devin J. Stewart & Shawkat M. Toorawa (London?: E.J.W. Gibb Memorial Trust, 2004), pp. 91-109.
‘Abd al-Qâhir al-Jurjânî
The Secrets of Eloquence, transl. by Geert J. van Gelder & Marlé Hammnond in Takhyîl, pp. 29-69 [ch. 26-27].
al-Abharî (1200-1265)
Alwishah, Ahmed & Sanson, David, “The Early Arabic Liar: The Liar Paradox in the Islamic World from the Mid-Ninth to the Mid-Thirteenth Centuries CE,” Vivarium, 47 (2009): 97-127.
Abû l-Barakât al-Baghdâdî
Lessons in Wisdom, transl. by Geert J. van Gelder in Takhyîl, pp. 69-72 [8th discussion].
Averroes
Averrois Cordubensis Commentum magnum super libro De celo et mundo Aristotelis, prepared by Francis James Carmody † and ed. by Rüdiger Arnzen, foreword by Gerhard Endress, 2 vol. Louvain: Peeters, 2003, vol. I: Foreword and Bk. I, 48*-269 pp., ISBN 90-429-1087-9 & vol. II: Bks II-IV, 271-765 pp., ISBN 90-429-1384-3.
Commentary on Aristotle’s Rhetoric, transl. by Geert J. van Gelder & Marlé Hammond in Takhyîl, pp. 73-84 [selections from III.1, 2, 10 & 11].
Averroes (Ibn Rushd) of Cordoba, Long Commentary on the De Anima of Aristotle, transl., itro. and notes by Richard C. Taylor with Thérèse-Anne Druart, subeditor (Yale Library of Medieval Philosophy). New Haven-London: Yale University Press, 2009, cix-498 pp., ISBN 978-0-300-11668-7 [includes text of the Arabic fragments].
Averróis, Esposiçâo sobre a Substância da Orbe, transl. from Latin by Anna Lia A. de Almeida Prado & Rosalie de Souza Pereira. Porto Alegre: Edipucrs, 2006, 160 pp.
Al-Andalus. Anthologie, intro. & transl. by Brigitte Foulon & Emmanuelle Tixier du Mesnil (GF 1265). Paris: GF Flammarion, 2009, 480 pp., ISBN 978-2-0807-1265-3 [includes a section on Averrroes, pp. 338-60].
Belo, Catarina, “Some Considerations on Averroes’ Views Regarding Women and their Role in Society,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 20 (2009): 1-20.
-------, “Esencia y existencia en Avicenna y Averroes,” al-Qantara, 30,2 (2009): 403-26.
Ben Abdeljelil, Jameleddine, “Drei jüdischeAverroisten: Höhepunkt und Niedergang des jüdischen Averroismus im Mittelalter,” Asiatische Studien-Études Asiatiques, 62,4 (2008): 933-86.
Brenet, Jean-Baptiste, “Habitus de science et subjectivité. Thomas d’Aquin, Averroès (I),” in Compléments de substance. Études sur les propriétés accidentelles offertes à Alain de Libera, ed. by Ch. Erismann & A. Schniewind (Problèmes et Controverses). Paris: Vrin, 2008, pp. 325-44.
Butterworth, Charles E., “The Role of Rhetoric in Averroes’ Short Commentaries on Aristotle’s Logic,” in Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric, pp. 185-96.
Cerami, Cristina, “Thomas d’Aquin lecteur critique du Grand Commentaire d’Averroès à Phys. I, 1,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 19 (2009): 189-223.
Elamrani-Jamal, Abdelali, “Les lois religieuses (al-sharâi’) dans l’économie du savoir selon Ibn Rushd,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 61 (2008): 581-87.
Farooque, Lisa, “About Celestial Circulation: Averroes’ Tahafût al-tahafût and Aristotle’s De Caelo,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 4 (2008): 21-38.
Galluzo, Gabriele, “Averroes and Aquinas on Aristotle’s criterion of substantiality,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 19 (2009): 157-87.
Gatti, Roberto, “Matter from the Point of View of Psychology and Noetic: Do the Intelligible Forms Have a Matter? And if yes, which Kind of Matter? A Paraphrase and Translation of Some Relevant Passages from Gersonides’ Supercommentary of Ibn Rushd’s Epitome of De anima (ms. Vat. Ebr. 342),” Quaestio, 7 (2007): 283-315.
Glasner, Ruth, Averroes’ Physics: A Turning Point in Medieval Natural Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, x-229 pp., ISBN 978-0-19-956773-7.
Lee, Sang-Sup, “Die Pluralität der Intellekte und die Einheit der Erkenntnis. Kritiken und Rezeptionen des Monopsychismus des Averroes in der sog. Scholastik,” Bochümer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter, 12 (2007): 77-96.
Makki, C. & Martínez Lorca, A., “Averroes, sobre las facultades locomotriz y desirativa en el Taljîs del De Anima,” La Ciudad de Dios, 221 (2008): 201-21.
Marenbon, John, “Latin Averroism,” in Islamic Crosspollinations: Interactions in the Medieval Middle East, ed. by Anna Akasoy, James E. Montgomery & Peter E. Pormann (Oxford: Gibb Memorial Trust, 2007), pp. 135-47.
Puig Montada, Josep, “Fragmentos del gran comentario de Averroes a la Fisica/Fragments from Averroes’ Long Commentary on the Physics,” al-Qantara, 30 (2009): 69-81.
-------, “Etica y política en Averroes,” in Itinéraires de la rasion. Études de philosophie médiévale offertes à Maria Cândida Pacheco, ed. by J.F. Meirinhos (Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, 32). (Louvain-la-Neuve: FIDEM, 2005), pp. 95-126.
Roccaro, Giuseppe, “Soggetto e statuto della filosofia prima en Averroè,” Quaestio, 5 (2005): 345-62.
Taylor, Richard C., “Ibn Rushd/Averroes and “Islamic” Rationalism,” Medieval Encounters, 15, 2-4 (2009): 225-35.
--------, “Averroès/Ibn Rushd,” in Histoire de la Philosophie, ed. by Jean-François Pradeau (Paris: Seuil, 2009), pp. 162-78.
-------, “Intellect as Intrinsic Formal Cause in the Soul According to Aquinas and Averroes,” in The Afterlife of the Platonic Soul, pp. 187-220.
Zonta, Mauro, “A Note about Two Newly-Discovered Hebrew Quotations of Averroes’ Works Lost in their Original Arabic Texts,” in Studies in Hebrew Literature and Jewish Culture Presented to Albert van der Heide on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday, ed. by Martin F. J. Baasten & Reinier Munk (Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Thought 12) (New York: Springer, 2007), pp. 241-50 [from De substantia orbis and Epitome of Ptolemy’s Almagest].
Avicenna
Selections on Takhyîl, transl. by Geert Jan van Gelder & Marlé Hammond in Takhyîl, pp. 24-28.
Ali, Mukhtar, “The Concept of Spiritual Perfection in Ibn Sina and Sadr al-Din al-Qunawi,” Journal of Shi’a Islamic Studies, 2 (2009): 141-58.
Arif, Syamsuddin, “Causality in Islamic Philosophy: The Arguments of Ibn Sînâ,” Islam & Science, 7,1 (2009): 51-68.
Belo, Catarina, “Esencia y existencia en Avicenna y Averroes,” al-Qantara, 30,2 (2009): 403-26.
Bertolacci, Amos, “Ammonius and al-Fârâbî: The Sources of Avicenna’s Concept of Metaphysics,” Quaestio, 5 (2005): 287-305.
Di Martino, Carla, “I “Meteorologica” di Avicenna,” in Cosmogonie, pp. 35-46.
Ebadiani, Muhammed, “Infertility from the View of Ibn Sina: A Review of Causes and Treatment Methods,” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ, I, pp. 109-16.
Eichener, Heidrun, “Ibn Sînâ’s Epistle on Prayer (Risalat fî al-salat),” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ, II, pp. 171-83.
Fatoorchi, Pirooz, “Avicenna on the Human Self-Consciousness,” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ, II, pp. 13-21.
Galluzzo, Gabriele, “The Problem of Universals and its History. Some General Considerations,” Documenti e Studi, 19 (2008): 335-69 [much on the influence of Avcienna on the Latins].
Griffel, Frank, “Al-Gahzâlî’s Appropriation of Ibn Sînâ’s Views on Causality and the Development of the Sciences in Islam,” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ, II, pp. 105-16.
Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, Avicenna’s De Anima in the Latin West: The Formation of a Peripatetic Philosophy of the Soul (Warburg Institute Studies and Texts, 1). London-Turin: The Warburg Institute, 2000, x-350 pp., ISBN 0-85481-125-7.
Janssens, Jules, “Ibn Sînâ: An Important Historian of the Sciences,” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ, II, pp. 83-94.
Koutzarova, Tiana, Das Transzendentale bei Ibn Sînâ: zur Metaphysik als Wissenschaft erster Begriffs-und Urteilsprinzipien (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science. Texts and Studies, 79). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2009, xiv-483 pp., ISBN 978-90-04-17123-7.
Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “Quies media: A Lively Problem on the Agenda of Post-Avicennian Physics,” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ, II, pp. 53-68.
Lizzini, Olga, “Vie active, vie contemplative et philosophie chez Avicenne,” in Vie active et vie contemplative auMmoyen Âge et au seuil de la Renaissance, ed. by Christian Trottmann (Collection de l’École Française de Rome, 423) (Rome: École Française de Rome, 2009), pp. 207-39.
-------, “Le cosmologie di Alfarabi e di Avicenna,” in Cosmogonie, pp. 195-214.
-------, “Utility and Gratuitousness of Metaphysics: Avicenna, Ilâhiyyât, I, 3,” Quaestio, 5 (2005): 307-44.
McGinnis, Jon, “Time to Change: Time, Motion and Possibility in Ibn Sînâ,” in Uluslararasi Ibn Sînâ, I, pp. 251-59.
Michot, Yahya, “Avicenna’s Almahad in 17th Century England: Sandys, Pococke, Digby, Baron, Cudworth et alii,” in Uluslararasi, II, pp. 287-99.
Paavilainen, Helena M., Medical Pharmacotherapy Continuity and Change: Case Studies from Ibn Sînâ and Some of his Late Medieval Commentators. Leiden: Brill, 2009, xx-770 pp., ISBN 978-9004171190.
Reisman, David C., “Avicenna’s Enthymeme: A Pointer,” Arabica, 56,6 (2009): 529-42.
-------,  “Two Medieval Arabic Treatises on the Nutritive Faculties,” Zeitschrift für Geschichte der arabisch-islamischen Wissenschaften, 18 (2008-9), pp. 287-342 [edition and translation of both Ibn al-Tayyib’s That the Natural Faculties are One and Avicenna’s Refutation of it].
Yaldir, Hulya, “Ibn Sînâ (Avicenna) and René Descartes on the Faculty of Imagination,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 17,2 (2009): 247-78.
Zine, Mohammed Chaouki, “L’interprétation symbolique du verset de la lumière chez Ibn Sînâ, Ghazâlî et ‘Ibn Arabî et ses implications doctrinales,” Arabica, 56,6 (2009): 543-95.
Bahmanyâr
Poper, Salomon, Behmenjar Ben El-Marzuban, Der Persische Aristoteliker Aus Avicenna’s Schule (1851). LaVergne, TN: Kessinger Publishing, 2009, 4-vi-48-28 pp., ISBN 1104622149 [reprint of 1851, includes Arabic text].
al-Bîrûnî
Landau, Remy, “Al-Biruni’s Hebrew Calendar Enigmas,” Mo’ed. Annual for Jewish Studies, 13 (2003): [1]-[21] [in English].
Samian, A.L., “Virtues in Al-Biruni’s Philosophy of Science,” in Timing, pp. 267-83.
al-Fârâbî
Treatise on Poetry, transl. by Marlé Hammond in Takhyîl, pp. 15-18.
Great Book of Music, selections from the first treatise, transl. by Marlé Hammond in Takhyîl, pp. 19-23.
Aouad, Maroun, “Al-Fârâbî critique des traditions non aristotéliciennes de la rhétorique,” in Literary and Philosophical Rhetoric, pp. 155-83.
-------, “Les lois selon les