The Catholic University of America

BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE IN
MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
(2010-2011)
 
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 provided me with a copy of their publications or photocopies of tables of contents of collective works.   
Collective Works or Collections of Articles
Albertus Magnus und der Ursprung der Universitätsidee. Die Begegnung der Wissenschaftskulturen im 13. Jahrhundert und die Entdeckung des Konzepts der Bildung durch Wissenschaft, ed. by Ludger Honnefelder. Berlin: Berlin University Press, 2011, 560 pp., ISBN 9783862800070.
Angeli: Ebraismo, Cristianesimo, Islam, ed. by Giorgio Agamben & Emanuele Coccia. Vicenza: Neri Pozza, 2012 pp., ISBN 978885400648 [Islamic section ed. by Olga Lizzini & Samuela Pagani, pp. 1453-2012].
Christlicher Norden-Muslimischer Süden. Ansprüche und Wirklichkeiten von Christen, Juden und Muslimen auf der Iberischen Halbinsel im Hoch-und Spätmittelalter, ed. by Matthias M. Tischler & Alexander Fidora (Erudiri Sapientia 7). Munster: Aschendorff, 2011, 789 pp., ISBN 9783402104279.
Classical Foundations of Islamic Educational Thought: A Compendium of parallel English-Arabic texts, ed. by Bradley J. Cook with Fathi H. Malkawi (Islamic Translation Series). Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, xviii-307+241 (Arabic) pp., ISBN 978-0-8425-2763-7.
De las Pasiones en la Filosofía Medieval. Actas del X Congreso Latinoamericano de Filosofía Medieval, ed. by Giannina Burlando B. Santiago. Chile: Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile, Instituto de Filosofía & Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale, 2009, 459 pp., ISBN 9789563198515.
Expertus sum. L’expérience par les sens dans la philosophie naturelle médiévale. Actes du colloque international de Pont-à-Mousson (5-7 février 2009), ed. by Thomas Bénatouïl & Isabelle Draelants (Micrologus Library). Florence : SISMEL, 2011, viii-470 pp., ISBN 9788884504043.
Fortresses of the Intellect : Ismaili and Other Islamic Studies in Honour of Farhad Daftary, ed. by Omar Ali-de-Unzaga. London & New York : I.B. Tauris with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2011, xvii-600 pp., ISBN 9781848856264.
Immaginario e immaginazione nel medioevo, ed. by Maria Bettetini & Francesco Paparella with Roberto Furlan (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge 51). Louvain-la-Neuve : Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, 2009), 400 pp., ISBN 9782503531502.
Islamic Philosophy, Science, and Religion: Studies in Honor of Dimitri Gutas, ed. by Felicitas Opwis & David Reisman (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 83). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, xii-493 pp., ISBN 9789004202740.
La Letteratura arabo-cristiana e le scienze nel periodo abbaside (750-1250 d.C.). Atti del 2o convegno di studi arabo-cristiani, Roma 9-10 marzo 2007, ed. by Davide Righi (Patrimonio culturale arabo cristiano 11). Turin: Silvio Zamorani, 2008, 322 pp., ISBN 9788871581637.
La lumière de l’intellect. La pensée scientifique et philosophique d’Averroès dans son temps. Actes du IVe colloque international de la SIHSPAI (Société Internationale d’Histoire des Sciences et de la Philosophie Arabes et Islamiques) Cordoue, 9-12 décembre 1998, ed. by Ahmad Hasnawi and with a Foreword by Roshdi Rashed. Leuven: Peeters, 2011, xii-528 pp., ISBN 9789042926028.
Medieval Political Philosophy: A Sourcebook, ed. by Joshua Parens & Joseph C. Macfarland, 2nd ed. (Agora). Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press, 2011, xii-443 pp., ISBN 9780801449628 cloth; 801476815 pbk [Islamic section pp. 9-143; the 1963 first ed. had been ed. by Ralph Lerner & Muhsin Mahdi].
Philosophy in the Middle Ages: The Christian, Islamic and Jewish Traditions, ed. by Arthur Hyman, James J. Walsh & Thomas Williams, 3rd ed. Indianapolis: Hackett, 2010, xvi-711pp., ISBN 9781603842099 cloth; 60384-208-2 pbk [Islamic section pp. 215-333; 2nd ed. 1983].
Reason, Spirit and the Sacral in the New Enlightenment: Islamic Metaphysics Revived and Recent Phenomenology of Life, ed. by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in Dialogue 5). Dordrecht: Springer, 2011, viii-207 pp., ISBN 978-90-481-9612-8.
Le Shî’isme Imâmite Quarante Ans Après. Hommage à Etan Kohlberg, ed. by Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi, Meir M. Bar-Asher & Simon Hopkins (Biliothèque de l’École des Hautes Études, Sciences Religieuses 137). Turnhout: Brepols, 2009, 438 pp., ISBN 9782503531144.
The Three Rings: Textual Studies in the Historical Trialogue of Judaism, Christianism and Islam, ed. by Barbara Roggema, Marcel Poorthuis & Pim Valkenberg (Publications of the Thomas Instituut te Utrecht 11). Leuven: Peeters, 2005, xxii-297 pp., ISBN 9042915633.
Watt, John W., Rhetoric and Philosophy from Greek into Syriac (Variorum CS960). Farnham, Surry: Ashgate, 2010, xiv-314 pp., ISBN 9781409400202.
Well Begun is Only Half Done: Tracing Aristotle’s Political Ideas in Medieval Arabic, Syriac, Byzantine, and Jewish Sources, ed. by Vasileios Syros (Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies 388; Medieval Confluences Series 1). Tempe, Arizona: ACMRS (Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies), 2011, xiv-226 pp., ISBN 9780866984362.
Section I. Falsafa
Bibliographies and Chronicles
Daiber, Hans, Bibliography of Islamic Philosophy, vol. 1 (in 2 vol.) & vol. 2. Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2011, ISBN 9789004202382 [paperback reprint of the 1999 ed.].
Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Brief Bibliographical Guide in Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Theology (2009-2010),” http://philosophy.cua.edu/faculty/tad/bibliography-09-10.cfm.
Online Dictionary of Arabic Philosophical Terms
Andreas Lammer has begun an online dictionary of Arabic philosophical terms. It can be accessed at http://www.arabic-philosophy.com/dict .
New Journals
Journal of Islamic Research is published twice a year by the Islamic University of Europe located in Rotterdam in the Netherlands. It began in 2008 and can be accessed on the internet at http://www.iueurope.com . It includes articles in Turkish, English, French and German.
Studia graeco-arabica is the on line journal of the European Research Council Advanced Grant Greek into Arabic. Philosophical Concepts and LinguisticBridges. It features critical articles and reviews on the transmission of philosophical and scientific texts from and into various languages – Greek, Syriac, Arabic, and Latin – from late Antiquity to the Middle Ages and Renaissance. The first issue came out in 2011. The journal can be accessed at http://www.greekintoarabic.edu/index.php?id=20.
Resurrected Journal
Oriens published its vol. 35 in 1996 and its vol. 36 in honor of Rosenthal in 2001. Vol. 37 was published in 2009, vol. 38 in 2010, and the two issues of vol. 39 in 2011 by Brill. The journal is directed by Gerhard Endress, Cornelia Schöck & Florian Schwarz.
Special Issues of Journals
Arabica, 58.1/2 (2011) centers on Les Nusayris et les Druzes: deux communautés ésotériques à la périphérie doctrinale de l’Islam. Actes des journées d’études organisées par Daniel De Smet et Orkhan Mir-Kasimov. Nantes – Paris, 18-19 juin 2009 [Hassan Ansari, “L’héritage ésotérique du chiisme: un livre sur l’exégèse de la sourate 97,” 7-18; Bruno Paoli, “La diffiusion de la doctrine nusayrie au IVe/Xe siècle d’après le Kitâb Khayr al-sanî’a du cheikh Husayn Mayhûb Harfûsh,” 1952; Bella Tendler Krieger, “Marriage, Birth, and bâtinî ta’wîl: A Study of Nusayrî Initiation Based on the Kitâb al-Hâwî fî ‘ilm al-fatâwî of Abû Sa’îd Maymûn al-Tabarânî,” 53-75; Kais M. Firro, “The Druze Faith: Origin, Development and Interpretation,” 76-99; Daniel De Smet, “La Loi Spirituelle (al-sharî’a l-rûhâniyya) druze selon Hamza b. ‘Alî: textes canoniques et apocryphes,” 100-27; & Wissam Halabi-Halawi, “Le Kitâb Durrat al-taj wa-sullam al-mi’raj d’Ibn Nasr: un éloge de Jamâl al-Dîn ‘Abd Allâh al-Tanûhî (820/1417-884/1479),” 128-64].
Concordia, 59 (2011) focuses on contemporary Arabic philosophy [Mohamed Arkoun, “Reform oder Subversion? Zu einer Politik der Vernunft,” 5-13; Sadik Jalel al-Azm, “Der säkulare Staat und die religiöse Frage: Das Modell Türkei. Ein philosophisch-politischer Beitrag,” 15-31; Hassan Hanafi, “From Orientalism to Occidentalism,” 33-40; Ali Harb, “Philosophische Schriften in arabischer Sprache: Ihre Leistung—ihr Dilemma—ihre Zielsetzung,” 41-56; Mohamed Mesbahi, “In welchem Sinn könnte Ibn Rushd einen Zugang zum Dialog der Kulturen bieten?,” 57-69; Fuad Zakariya, “Die Prinzipien der Menschenrechte in der Zeitgenössischen islamischen Welt,” 71-82; Fahmi Jadaane, “Féminisme et Islam,” 83-91; Fathi Triki, “Para una razonabilidad de la convivencia,” 93-101; & Mohamed Abed Al-Jabri im Gespräch, “Rationalismus, Politik und Erkenntnistheorie. Ein Beitrag zur arabisch-islamischen Philosophie der Gegenwart,” 103-16].
Islam & Science, 9.2 (Winter 2011) is dedicated to al-Ghazâlî. Articles by M. Iqbal, M. Hozein, Wan Abdullah and F. Shu’ayb. For detail see section on al-Ghazâlî.
Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 6 (2010), is a special issue on Mullâ Sadrâ. Articles by M. Massi Dakake, D.B. Burrell, S. Kamada, Y. Eshots, Z. Moris & M. Rustom. For detail see section on Mullâ Sadrâ.
Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph celebrates one hundred years at the service of sciences (1906-2006) and so dedicates its volume 62 (2009) to two themes: 1. The Founders and 2. Just war in the ancient and medieval Near East: Historical, philosophical and juridical approaches.
Rue Descartes, 61 (Sept. 2008) is dedicated to Philosophizing Today in Tunisia [Patrick Vauday, Fathi Triki & Rachida Boubaker-Triki, Horizons, 1-7; Moez Mediouni, Les philosophes de Carthage, 10-15; Rachida Smine, L’École de Kairouan, 16-23; Souad Chaherli Harrar, Les Lumières et les réformistes tunisiens, 25-32; Tahar Ben Guiza, Pratiques de la philosophie en Tunisie, 33-41; Salah Mosbah, Spinoza et le problème du théologico-politique en Tunisie, 42-50; Fathi Nguezzou, La phénoménologie et l’herméneutique en Tunisie, 52-57; Fathi Triki, Penser l’Islam coutumier, 58-65; Mohamed Ali Halouani, Raison et laïcité, 67-75; interview with Abdelwahab Bouhdiba, L’arabisation de la philosophie, 78-81].
Greek, Persian, and Syriac Sources
Aouad, Maroun & Woerther, Frédérique, „Le commentaire par Averroès du chapitre 9 du livre X de l’Éthique à Nicomaque: pédagogie de la contrainte, habitude et lois,“ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 62 (2009): 353-80 [with Latin text and French translation].
Arnzen, Rüdiger, Platonische Ideen in der arabischen Philosophie. Texte und Materialien zur Begriffsgeschichte von suwar aflâtûniyya und muthul aflâtûniyya (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 6). Berlin & Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2011, viii-463 pp., ISBN 9783110259810 [includes a German translation of the anonymous Risâla fî l-muthul al-‘aqliyya al-aflâtûniyya, pp. 213-354 and of a text of Ibn Sînâ and of a passage in Mullâ Sadrâ].
-------, „On the Contents, Sources and Composition of Two Arabic Pseudo-Platonica: Multaqatât Aflâtûn al-ilâhî and Fiqar ultuqitat wa-jumi’at ‚an Aflâtûn,“ Oriens, 37 (2009): 7-52.
Bertaina, David, “Science, Syntax, and Superiority in Eleventh-Century Christian-Muslim Discussion: Elias of Nisibis on the Arabic and Syriac Languages,” Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 22,2 (2011): 197-207.
Berti, Vittorio, “L’angeologia siriaca,” in Angeli, pp. 1403-51 [Bar Ebreo].
Bertolacci, Amos, “Different Attitudes to Aristotle’s Authority in the Arabic Medieval Commentaries on the Metaphysics,” Antiquorum Philosophia, 3 (2009): 145-63 [al-Kindî, al-Fârâbî & Ibn Sînâ].
Bladel van, Kevin, “The Arabic History of Science of Abû Sahl ibn Nawbaht (fl. Ca 770-809) and Its Middle Persian Sources,” in Islamic Philosophy, pp. 41-62.
Bonmariage, Cécile & Moureau, Sébastien, “Corpus Dionysiacum Arabicum. “Étude, ed. critique et traduction des Noms Divins, IV, 1-9, Partie I,” Le Muséon, 124,1-2 (2011): 181-227; “Partie II,” Le Muséon, 124, 3-4 (2011): 419-59.
Boudignon, Christian, “Logique aristotélicienne et kalâm alâ-l-nasârâ: la Réponse à Abû Qurra dans le Mugnî de Abd al-Djabbâr,” Arabica, 58.6 (2011): 519-544.
Buendia, Pedro, “Acerca del Ave Felix en las tradiciones islamicas,” Al-Qantara, 32.1 (2011): 7-26.
Burnett, Charles & Bohak, Gideon, “A Judaeo-Arabic Version of Tâbit ibn Qurra’s De Imaginibus and Pseudo-Ptolemy’s Opus Imaginum,” in Islamic Philosophy, pp. 179-200.
Cacouros, Michel, “Exégèse grecque et problèmes éditoriaux dans le Commentaire moyen d’Averroès aux Seconds analytiques (livre II, chap. 1-10), in La lumière de l’intellect, pp. 213-43.
Chiaradonna, Riccardo & Rashed, Marwan, “Before and after the Commentators: An Exercise in Periodization. A Discussion of Richard Sorabji, The Philosophy of the Commentators, 200-600 AD,” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, 38 (Summer 2010): 251-97 [section 3 by M. Rashed deals with “The Sourcebook and Islamic philosophy,” pp. 273-92].
Daiber, Hans, “Graeco-Arabica Christiana: The Christian Scholar ‘Abd Allâh ibn al-Fadl from Antiochia (11th c. A.D.) as Transmitter of Greek Works,” in Islamic Philosophy, pp. 3-9.
D’Ancona, Cristina, “Platonic and Neoplatonic Terminology for Being in Arabic Translation,” Studia graeco-arabica, 1 (2011): 23-45.
-------, “The Origins of Islamic Philosophy,” in The Cambridge History of Philosophy in Late Antiquity, ed. by Lloyd P. Gerson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), pp. 869-93 + 1170-78.
DiPasquale, David M., “The end of Aristotle’s Topics and the beginning of Islamic philosophy,” in La lumière de l’intellect, pp. 245-54.
Doufikar-Aerts, Faustina, Alexander Magnus Arabicus: A Survey of the Alexander Tradition through Seven Centuries: from Pseudo-Callisthenes to Sûrî (Mediaevalia Groningana New Series 13). Paris-Louvain-Walpole, MA: Peeters, 2010, xxvi-416 pp., ISBN 9789042921832 [ch. 1.7 on the “Epistola Alexandri ad Aristotelem, pp. 74-76 & ch. 2 on Alexander in Wisdom Literature, pp. 93-133 are particularly relevant].
The Earliest Syriac translation of Aristotle’s Categories, Text, Translation and Commentary by Daniel King (Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus 21). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2010, x-327 pp., ISBN 9789004186606.
Forster, Regula, Das Geheimnis der Geheimnisse. Die arabischen und deutschen Fassungen des pseudo-aristotelischen Sirr al-asrâr, Secretum secretorum (Wissensliteratur im Mittelalter 43). Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2006, viii-329 pp., ISBN 9783895004957.
Genequand, Charles, “Ibn Rushd, Alexandre d’Aphrodise et le problème de la génération,” in La lumière de l’intellect, pp. 311-18.
Gruendler, Beatrice, “In Aristotle’s Words…al-Hâtimî’s (?) Epistle on al-Mutanabbî and Aristotle,” in Islamic Philosophy, pp. 89-129.
Hansberger, Rotraud, “Plotinus Arabus Rides Again,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 21 (2011): 57-84.
Joosse, N. Peter, “Expounding on a Theme: Structures and Sources of Bar Hebraeus’ ‘Practical Philosophy’ in the Cream of Wisdom,” in The Syriac Renaissance, ed. by Herman Teule & Carmen Fostescu Tauwinkl with Bas ter Haar Romany & Jan van Ginkel (Eastern Christian Studies 9) (Leuven: Peeters, 2010), pp. 135-50.
Kessler, Eckhard, “Alexander of Aphrodisias and his Doctrine of the Soul: 1400 Years of Lasting Significance,” Early Science and Medicine, 16.1 (2011): 1-93 [not much on the Arabic side].
McCollum, Adam Carter, A Greek and Syriac Index to Sergius of Reshaina’s Version of the De mundo (Gorgias Handbooks 12). Piscataway, NJ: Gorgias Press, 2009, xii-368 pp., ISBN 9781607245834.
Moawad, Samuel, “Die arabische Version der Vita Dioscori,” Le Muséon, 124,1-2 (2011): 149-80.
Rashed, Marwan, “Le prologue perdu de l’abrégé du Timée de Galien dans un texte de magie noire,” Antiquorum Philosophia, 3 (2009): 89-100.
Reinink, Gerrit J., “The ‘Book of Nature’ and Syriac Apologetics against Islam. The Case of Job of Edessa’s Book of Treasures,” in The Book of Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages, ed. by Arjo Vanderjagt & Klaas van Berkel (Groningen Studies in Cultural Changes 16) (Leuven-Paris, Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2005), pp. 71-84.
Saccenti, Riccardo, “La Summa Alexandrinorum. Storia e contenuto di un’epitome dell’Etica Nicomachea,” Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales, 77.2 (2010): 201-34 [includes ed. of Latin version of ch. 7].
Sweeney, Michael, « Greek Essence and Islamic Tolerance : Al-Farabi, Al-Ghazali, Ibn Rush’d, » The Review of Metaphysics, 65.1 (Sept. 2011) : 41-61.
Syros, Vasileios, « Forgotten Commentators Society: Aristotle’s Political Ideas in Arabic, Syriac, Byzantine, and Jewish Garb, » in Well Begun, pp. 1-16.
Ter Reegen, Jan G.J., “Virtudes, paixões e vicios No segredo dos segredos do Pseudo-Aristoteles,” in De las Pasiones, pp. 183-98.
Terrier, Matthieu, “De l’éternité ou de la nouveauté du monde: parcours d’un problème philosophique d’Athènes à Ispahan,” Journal Asiatique, 299.1 (2011): 369-421.
Vagelpohl, Uwe, “The ‘Abbasid Translation Movement in Context: Contemporary Voices on Translation,” in ‘Abbasid Studies II: Occasional Papers of the School of ‘Abbasid Studies, Leuven 28 June-1 July 2004, ed. by John Nawas (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 177). Leuven/Paris: Peeters, 2010, pp. 245-67.
-------, ‘Cultural Accommodation and the Idea of Translation,” Oriens, 38 (2010): 165-84.
Viano, Cristina, “Les alchimistes gréco-alexandrins et leur savoir: la transmutation entre théorie, pratique et “expériences’,” in Expertus sum, pp. 223-38.
Watt, John W., “Aristotle’s Rhetoric and Political Thought in the Christian Orient and in al-Fârâbî, Avicenna and Averroes,” in Well Begun, pp. 17-47.
-------, “Graeco-Syriac Tradition in Arabic Philosophy in Bar hebraeus,” in The Syriac Renaissance, ed. by Herman Teule & Carmen Fostescu Tauwinkl with Bas ter Haar Romany & Jan van Ginkel (Eastern Christian Studies 9) (Leuven: Peeters, 2010), pp. 123-33.
-------, “Syriac rhetorical theory and the Syriac tradition of Aristotle’s Rhetoric,” in Watt, Rhetoric, VII [originally 1994].
-------, “The Syriac reception of Platonic and Aristotelian rhetoric,” in Watt, Rhetoric, VIII [originally 1993].
--------, “The philosopher-king in the Rhetoric of Antony of Tagrit,” in Watt, X [originally 1992].
--------, “From Themistius to al-Fârâbî: Platonic political philosophy and Aristotle’s Rhetoric in the East,” in Watt, Rhetoric, XI [originally 1995].
-------, “From Synesius to al-Fârâbî: philosophy, religion, and rhetoric in the Christian Orient,” in Watt, Rhetoric, XII [originally 1998].
------, “Syriac translators and Greek philosophy in early Abbasid Iraq,” in Watt, Rhetoric, XIII [originally 2004].
-------, “Syriac and Syrians as mediators of Greek political thought to Islam,” in Watt, Rhetoric, XIV [originally 2004].
--------, Al-Farabi and the History of the Syriac Organon (Analecta Gorgiana 129). Piscataway N.J.: Gorgias Press, 2009, 29 pp., ISBN 978-1-60724-041-9 [a reprint of the same in Malphono: Studies in Honor of Sebastian P. Brock, same press, 2008, pp. 751-78 but with 1 page of addenda et corrigenda].
Latin, Hebrew, Syriac, Byzantine, Renaissance, and Modern Translations and Influences
Barhebraeus, Butyrum Sapientiae, Physics, Introduction, ed., transl. & Commentary by Jens Ole Schmitt (Aristoteles Semitico-Arabus 20). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2011, 325 pp., ISBN 9789004186514.
Beccarisi, Alessandra, “La morte e il filosofo: il ‘Liber de pomo seu de morte Aristotelis’,” in Parva Naturalia. Saperi medievali, natura e vita, ed. by Chiara Crisciani, Roberto Lambertini & Romana Martorelli Vico (Pisa-Rome: Istituti Editoriali e Poligrafici Internazionali, 2004), pp. 171-87.
Bertolacci, Amos, “A New Phase of the Reception of Aristotle in the Latin West: Albertus Magnus and His Use of Arabic Sources in the Commentaries on Aristotle,” in Albertus Magnus, pp. 259-76 + 491-500.
Biard, Joël, “La noétique de Jean de Jandun et son rapport à celle d’Averroès,” in La lumière de l’intellect, pp. 495-506.
Bieniak, Magdalena, The Soul-Body Problem at Paris, ca. 1200-1250: Hugh of St-Cher and His Contemporaries (Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, De Wulf-Mansion Centre, Series I, 42). Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2010, xii-245 pp., ISBN 9789058678027 [discusses at length the influence of Avicenna].
Burger, Maria, “Albertus Magnus. Theologie als Wissenschaft unter der Herausforderung aristotelisch-arabischer Wissenschaftstheorie,” in Albertus Magnus, pp. 97-114 + 451-63.
Burnett, Charles, “Experimentum and Ratio in the Salernitan Summa de saporibus et odoribus,” in Expertus sum, pp. 337-58 [includes Latin ed. & transl.]
Djedi, Youcef, “Spinoza et l’islam: un état des lieux,” Philosophiques, 37.2 (Fall 2010): 275-98.
Endress, Gerhard, « Kulturtransfer und Lehrüberlieferung Moritz Steinschneider (1816-1907) und « Die Juden als Dolmetscher », » Oriens, 39,1 (2011) : 59-74.
Federici Vescovini, Graziella, « Averroè e l’averroismo italiano, » in La lumière de l’intellect, pp. 507-17.
Fidora, Alexander, « Aristotelische Wissenschaft als Netzwerk von Wissenschaften: Die Rezeption der aristotelischen Wissenschaftstheorie bei al-Fârâbî und Dominicus Gundissalinus, » in Albertus Magnus, pp. 77-96 + 442-51.
-------, « Die Wahrnemung des Anderen im Spiegel von mittelalterlichen Übersetzungtheorien, » in Christlicher Norden, pp. 81-92.
Fioravanti, Gianfranco, « Phantasia : tra Aristotele e i Peripatetici, » in Immaginario, pp. 163-77 [Gundisalinus].
Forster, Regula, Das Geheimnis der Geheimnisse. Die arabischen und deutschen Fassungen des pseudo-aristotelischen Sirr al-asrâr, Secretum secretorum (Wissensliteratur im Mittelalter 43).  Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2006, viii-329 pp., ISBN 9783895004957.
Germann, Nadja, “Die ‘inneren Sinne’ im Liber Contemplationis,” in Gottes Schau und Weltbetrachtung. Interpretationen zum “Liber contemplationis” des Raimundus Lullus, ed. by Fernando Domínguez Reboiras, Viola Tenge-Wolf & Peter Walter (Turnhout: Brepols, 2011), pp. 239-69 [Avicenna & Averroes].
Hackett, Jeremiah, “Ego Expertus Sum: Roger Bacon’s Science and the Origins of Empiricism,” in Expertus sum, pp. 145-73.
Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, „Der mutmassliche arabische Einfluss auf die literarische Form der Universitätsliteratur des 13. Jahrhunderts,“ in Albertus Magnus, pp. 241-58 + 487-91.
-------,Latin Averroes Translations of the First Half of the Thirteenth Century. Hildesheim: Olms, 2010, 38 pp., ISBN 9783487144320.
-------, „Arabic philosophy and Averroism,“ in The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Philosophy, ed. by J. Hankins (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp. 113-36.
Hissette, Roland, „Des fragments de l’Averroes Latinus (Commentaires de la Logica Vetus) à Darmstadt Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek, Ms. 426,“ Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales, 78.1 (2011): 1-24.
Jolivet, Jean, „L‘“augustinisme avicennisant“ au XIIe siècle: un effet de mirage,“ in Chora, 2 (2004): 5-20.
McGinnis, Jon, „Aquinas‘ Arabic Sources on the Age of the Universe: A Response to Gerald J. Massey,“ Divinatio, 26 (2007): 191-204.
Montero Cartelle, Enrique, „Deformaciones de términos árabes,“ in Medicina y filología: estudios de léxico médico latino en la edad media, ed. by Ana Isabel Martín Ferreira (Textes et Études du moyen Âge) (Porto: Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, 2010), pp. 165-82.
Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, „Conocimiento de la filosofía árabe y musulmana parte de algunos judíos hispanos del siglo XI y comienzo del XII,“ in Christlicher Norden, pp. 59-68.
Reynolds, Philip, „Thomas Aquinas, Muslims, Angels and Happiness,“ in Frontiers in the Middle Ages, ed. by O. Merisalo with P. Pahta (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge 35). (Louvain-la-Neuve: Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, 2006), pp. 87-103.
Rezazadeh, Reza, “Thomas Aquinas and Mulla Sadra on the Soul-Body Problem: A Comparative Investigation,” Journal of Shi’a Islamic Studies, 4.4 (2011): 415-28.
Rubern-Hayoun, Maurice, „Moïse de Narbone (1300-1362) et l’averroïsme juif,“ Chora, 2 (2004): 81-124.
Saccenti, Riccardo, “La Summa Alexandrinorum. Storia e contenuto di un’epitome dell’Etica Nicomachea,” Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales, 77.2 (2010): 201-34 [includes ed. of Latin version of ch. 7].
Schwartz, Yossef, « Celestial Motion, Immaterial Causality and the Latin Encounter with Arabic Aristotelian Cosmology, » in Albertus Magnus, pp. 277-98 + 500-511.
Sidiropoulou, Chryssi, « Aquinas, Ghazali, and Averroes on the Age of the Universe. Response to Massey, » Divinatio, 28 (2008): 171-94.
Szpiech, Ryan, « Citas árabes en caracteres hebreos en el Pugio Fidei del dominico Ramón Martí : entre la autenticidad y la autoridad, » Al-Qantara, 32.1 (2011) : 71-107.
Terrier, Matthieu, “De l’éternité ou de la nouveauté du monde: parcours d’un problème philosophique d’Athènes à Ispahan,” Journal Asiatique, 299.1 (2011): 369-421.
Tolan, John, « Ratio et experientia dans la promotion de la science arabe dans le monde latin au 12e siecle, » in Expertus sum, pp. 257-68.
Vinciguerra, Antony, « L’ars alchimie de Michel Scot. Apprentissage, maîtrise et transmission des savoirs liés à la fabrication artificielle de l’or et de l’argent, » in Expertus sum, pp. 289-307.
General Studies
Adeline, Yves-Marie, La pensée médiévale en Occident et en OrientParis: Ellipses, 2011, 183 pp., ISBN 978-2-7298-6350-0 [Falsafa deals with al-Kindi, al-Farabi & Avicenna, pp. 53-64 and Rupture islamique treats of Algazel & Averroes, pp. 69-78].
Akasoy, Anna, “Al-Andalus in Exile. Identity and Diversity in Islamic Intellectual History,” in Christlicher Norden, pp. 329-43.
al-Khalili, Jim, The House of Wisdom: How Arabic Science Saved Ancient Knowledge and Gave Us the Renaissance. New York: The Penguin Press, 2011, xxxiv-302 pp., ISBN 978-1-59420-279-7.
Bennison, Amira K., “The Necklace of al-Shifâ: Abbasid Borrowings in the Islamic West,” Oriens, 38 (2010): 249-73.
Black, Deborah L., “Intentionality in Medieval Arabic Philosophy,” Quaestio, 10 (2010): 65-81 [Avicenna and Averroes].
Bladel van, Kevin, “The Arabic History of Science of Abû Sahl ibn Nawbaht (fl. ca 770-809) and Its Middle Persian Sources,” in Islamic Philosophy, pp. 41-62.
Bray, Julia, “Literary Approaches to Medieval and Early Modern Arabic Biography,” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 20 (2010): 237-53.
Brentjes, Sonja, “The Prison of Categories—‘Decline’ and Its Company,” in Islamic Philosophy, pp. 131-56.
Buendia, Pedro, “Acerca del Ave Felix en las tradiciones islamicas,” Al-Qantara, 32.1 (2011): 7-26.
Burnett, Charles, “Two approaches to Natural Science in Toledo of the twelfth century,” in Christlicher Norden, pp. 69-80 [De ortu scientiarum & al-Fârâbî].
Butterworth, Charles E., “The World of Logic and Its Detractors,” in La lumière de l’intellect, pp. 297-308.
Chittick, William C., “Reason, Intellect, and Consciousness in Islamic Thought,” in Reason, Spirit and the Sacral, pp. 11-35.
De Smet, Daniel, “Philosophie grecque et religion musulmane: Aristote comme exégète du Coran selon la tradition shi’ite ismaélienne,” Ishrâq, 2 (2011): 344-63.
-------, « The Sacredness of Nature in Shi’i Isma’ili Islam, » in The Book of Nature in Antiquity and the Middle Ages, ed. by Arjo Vanderjagt & Klaas van Berkel (Groningen Studies in Cultural Changes 16) (Leuven-Paris, Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2005), pp. 85-96.
Endress, Gerhard, “Der arabische Aristoteles. Traditionen, Institutionen und Enzyklopädien der Wissenschaften im arabisch-islamischen Mittelalter,” in Albertus Magnus, pp. 141-91 + 467-74.
Escobar Gómez, Santiago, “El concepto de sufrimiento en la filosofía islámica clásica, » in Filosofía y dolor, ed. by Moisés González García (Madrid: Tecnos, 2006), pp; 121-57.
Evkuran, Mehmet, “The Problem of Causality in Islamic Thought,” Journal of Islamic Research, 2.2 (2009): 115-27.
Flasch, Kurt, Introduction à la philosophie médiévale, transl. by Janine de Bourgknecht, Ruedi Imbach & François Xavier Putallaz, 2nd ed. with a Postword (Vestigia 37). Fribourg: Academic Press & Paris: Cerf, 2010, 324 pp., ISBN 9782204072199 (Fribourg) or 9782825110520 (Paris) [ch. 8, Scepticisme et piété ou métaphysique et science: Averroès contre Al-Ghazali, pp. 123-52 & ch. 9, L’immortalité individuelle ou le retour à l’esprit universel: Albert le Grand contre Averroès, pp. 153-74].
Gannagé, Emma, « Médecine et philosophie à Damas à l’aube du XIIIème siècle: un tournant post-avicennien. » Oriens, 39.2 (2011) : 227-56 [focuses on Ya’qûb b. Ishâq al-Isrâ’îlî].
Gruendler, Beatrice, “In Aristotle’s Words…al-Hâtimî’s (?) Epistle on al-Mutanabbî and Aristotle,” in Islamic Philosophy, pp. 89-129.
Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, „Arabic philosophy and Averroism,“ in The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Philosophy, ed. by J. Hankins (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp. 113-36.
Hechaimé, Camille, S.J., „Contributions des jésuites aux études orientales dans les Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph,“ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 62 (2009): 23-34.
Heck, Paul, “Language Theory and State Officials in the Reign of al-Muqtadir: The Case of Ibn Wahb al-Kâtib,” in ‘Abbasid Studies II: Occasional Papers of the School of ‘Abbasid Studies, Leuven 28 June-1 July 2004, ed. by John Nawas (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 177). Leuven/Paris: Peeters, 2010, pp. 271-82.
Hunsberger, Alice C., “Cosmos into Verse: Two Examples of Islamic Philosophical Poetry in Persian,” in Fortresses of the Intellect, pp. 343-67.
Jambet, Christian, Qu’est-ce que la philosophie islamique? (folio essais 547). Paris: Gallimard, 2011, 472 pp., ISBN 978-2-07-033647-0.
Joose, N. Peter, « Between Enigma and Paradigm : The Reception of Aristotle’s Politica in the Near East : The Arabic and Syriac-Aramaic Traditions, » in Well Begun, pp. 97-120.