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BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE IN
MEDIEVAL ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY
(2011-2012)
 
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. They are true scholars and true friends.  
Collective Works or Collections of Articles
The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, ed. by Dag Nikolaus Hasse & Amos Bertolacci (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 7). Berlin-Boston: De Gruyter, 2012, viii-398 pp., ISBN 9783110215755.
Beyond Religious Borders: Interaction and Intellectual Exchange in the Medieval Islamic World, ed. by David M. Freidenreich & Miriam Goldstein (Jewish Culture and Contexts). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012, ii-224 pp., ISBN 9780812243741.
Communities of Learning: Networks and the Shaping of Intellectual Identity in Europe, 1100-1500, ed. by Constant J. Mew & John N. Crossley (Europa Sacra 9). Turnhout: Brepols, 2011, viii-366 pp., ISBN 9782503532332.
A Companion to Albert the Great: Theology, Philosophy, and the Sciences, ed. by Irven M. Resnick (Brill’s Companions to the Christian tradition 38). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2013, xvi-833 pp., ISBN 9789004234079; e-bk 9789004239739 [in fact published in 2012; many papers deal with Arabic sources but only those referring to them fairly extensively are listed].
Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, ed. by Richard Goulet, vol. V: de Paccius à Rutilius Rufus, Va: De Paccius à Plotin & Vb: de Plotin à Rutilius Rufus (Paris: CNRS Editions, 2012), Va, pp. 1-1070 & Vb, pp. vi & from pp. 1071-1883, ISBN Va 9782271073358 & Vb 9782271073990.
Doctrine and Debate in the East Christian World, 300-1500, ed. by Averil Cameron & Robert Hoyland (The Worlds of Estern Christianity, 300-1500 12). Farnham: Ashgate, 2011, xl-415 pp., ISBN 9781409400349.
Encounters of the Children of Abraham from Ancient to Modern Times, ed. by Antti Laato & Pekka Lindqvist (Studies on the Children of Abraham 1). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2010, x-330 pp., ISBN 9789004187283.
Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy. Philosophy Between 500 and 1500, ed. by Henrik Lagerlund, Vol. 1, A-L, xxiv-707 pp., & Vol. 2, M-Z, xxiv+709-1423 pp., ISBN 9781402097287 [this encyclopedia includes some 80 entries on Syriac or Arabic philosophy. Entries of more than 5 pages will be listed at the appropriate place; shorter entries are listed here in alphabetical order: VOL. I: 1. ‘Abdallatîf al-Baghdâdî by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 1-4; 2. Abû Bakr al-Râzî, Muhammad ibn Zakarîyâ (Rhazes) by Antonella Straface: 6-10; 3. Abû l-Barakât al-Baghdâdî by Roxanne D. Marcotte: 10-12; 4. Abû Bishr Mattâ ibn Yûnus by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 13-14; 5. Abû l-Faraj ibn al-‘Ibrî (Barhebraeus) by Samuel Noble: 14-17; 6. Abû Sulaymân al-Sijistânî al-Mantiqî by Emily Cottrell: 17-20; 7. Alchemy in the Arab World by Paola Carusi: 52-56; 8. Alexander of Aphrodisias and Arabic Aristotelianism by Charles Genequand: 60-62; 9. Alexandrian Tradition into Arabic: Medicine by Hinrich Biesterfeldt: 64-66; 10. al-‘Amirî, Abû l-Hasan by Elvira Wakelnig: 73-75; 11. Arabic Philosophical Texts, Jewish Translations of by Mauro Zonta: 84-88; 12. Arabic Texts: Natural Philosophy, Latin Translations of by Charles Burnett: 88-92; 13. Aristotle, Arabic: Physics by Carmela Baffioni: 118-19; 14. Aristotle, Arabic: Poetics by Carmela Baffioni: 118-19; 15. al-Batalyûsî, Abû Muhammad ibn al-Sid by Marc Geoffroy: 148-49; 16. al-Bîrûnî by Gotthard Strohmaier: 166-68; 17. Dominicus Gundissalinus by Alexander Fidora: 274-77; 18. Doxographies by Gotthard Strohmaier: 276-79; 19. Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî by Frank Griffel: 341-45; 20. al-Fârâbî, Latin Translations of by Mauro Zonta: 352-54; 21. Al-Ghazâlî’s Maqâsid al-Falâsifa, Latin Translation of by Jules Janssens: 387-90; 22. Ibn ‘Arabî by Rafael Ramón Guerrero: 481-82; 23. Ibn Bâjja, Abû Bakr ibn al-Sâ’igh (Avempace) by Marc Geoffroy: 483-86; 24. Ibn Farîghûn by Hans Hinrich Biesterfeldt: 487-89; 25. Ibn Hindû, Abû l-Faraj by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 489; 26. Ibn Kammûna, “Izz al-Dawla” by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 489-91; 27. Ibn Khaldûn, Abû Zayd ‘Abdarrahmân by Abdesselam Cheddadi: 491-92; 28. Ibn Masarra, Muhammad ibn ‘Abdallâh by Rafael Ramón Geurrero: 493-94; 29. Ibn al-Samh by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 514; 30. Ibn Suwâr (Ibn al-Khammâr) by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 527-28; 31. Ibn al-Tayyib by Cleophea Ferrari: 528-31; 32. Ibn Tufayl, Abû Bakr (Abubacer) by Dominique Malleet: 531-33; 33. Ibn Tumlûs by Anna Akasoy: 533-36; 34. Ibn Zur’a, ‘Isâ ibn Ishâq by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 536; 35. Ikhwân al-Safâ’, Encyclopedia of by Carmela Baffioni: 536-40; 36. Ismâ’îlî Philosophical Tradition by Daniel De Smet: 575-77; 37. al-Kindî, Abû Yûssuf Ya’qûb ibn Ishâq by Peter Adamson: 672-76; 38. al-Kindî, Latin Translations of by Charles Burnett: 676-78; 39. Logic, Arabic, in the Latin Middle Ages by Henrik Lagerlund: 692-95. VOL. II: 40. Mathematics and Philosophy in the Arab World by Antonella Straface: 725-29; 41. Medicine in the Arab World by Hans Hinrich Biesterfeldt: 742-46; 42. Miskawayh, Abû ‘Alî by Elvira Wakelnig: 797-99; 43. Philoponus, Arabic by Elias Giannakis: 975-78; 44. Plato, Arabic by Rüdiger Arnzen: 1012-16; 45. Presocratics in the Arab World (Carmela Baffioni): 1073-76; 46. Proclus, Arabic by Elvira Wakelnig: 1078-81; 47. Qusta ibn Lûqâ by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 1096-97; 48. Qutb al-Dîn al-Shîrâzî by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 1097-98; 49. al-Sharakhsî Ahmad ibn al-Tayyib by Peter Adamson: 1174-76; 50. Sergius of Resh’aynâ by Emiliano Fiori: 1185-88; 51. al-Shahrastânî, Muhammad ibn ‘Abd al-Karîm by Emily J. Cottrell: 1189-90; 52. al-Shahrazûrî, Muhammad ibn Mahmûd Shams al-Dîn by Emily J. Cottrell: 1190-94; 53. al-Suhrawardî, Shihâb al-Dîn Yahyâ al-Maqtûl by Cécile Bonmariage: 1227-29; 54. al-Tawhîdî, Abû Hayyân by Emily J. Cottrell: 1247-50; 55. Thâbit ibn Qurra by David C. Reisman: 1258-59; 56. Theophrastus, Arabic by Carmela Baffioni: 1276-79; 57. Translations from Greek into Syriac by Emiliano Fiori: 1333-35; and 58. Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî by Cecilia Martini Bonadeo: 1420-23.
Entre Orient et Occident: La philosophie et la science gréco-romaines dans le monde arabe, ed. by Richard Goulet & Ulrich Rudolph (Entretiens sur l’antiquité classique 57). Vandoeuvres-Geneva: Fondation Hardt, 2011, xxxviii-406 pp., ISBN 9782600007573.
Ibn Khaldûn – M. Foucault. L’exemple, le cas, le modèle, ed. by Ali Benmakhlouf (Débats Philosophiques). Casablanca: Le Fennec, 2010, 203 pp., ISBN 9789954415920.
Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle in Late Antiquity: The Alexandrian Commentary Tradition between Rome and Baghdad, ed. by Josef Lössl & John W. Watt (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2011, xvi-343 pp., ISBN 9781409410072 (hbk) & 9781409410089 (ebk).
The Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage: Philosophical & Theological Perspectives, ed. by Richard C. Taylor & Irfan A. Omar (Marquette Studies in Philosophy 75). Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 2012, 339 pp., ISBN 9780874628111.
Knotenpunkt Byzanz. Wissenformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen, ed. by Andreas Speer & Philipp Steinkrüger (Miscellanea Mediaevalia 36). Berlin-Boston: De Gruyter, 20012, xxii-882 pp.+20 pp., ISBN 9783110272093 & e-book 9783110272314.
The Letter before the Spirit: The Importance of Text Editions for the Study of the Reception of Aristotle, ed. by Aafke M.I. van Oppenraay with Resianne Fontaine (Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus 22). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, xxii-516 pp., ISBN 9789004234147, e-book 9789004235083.
Monotheism & Ethics: Historical and Contemporary Intersections among Judaism, Christianity and Islam, ed. by Y. Tzvi Langermann. Leiden: Brill, 2012, vi-289 pp., ISBN 9789004194298.
The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Philosophy, ed. by John Marebon. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, xii-755 pp., ISBN 9780195379488.
Philosophie in der islamischen Welt, Band 1: 8.-10. Jahrhundert (Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie), ed, by Ulrich Rudolph with Renate Würsch. Basel: Schwabe Verlag, 2012, xxxv-612 pp., ISBN 9783796526329.
Sufism and Theology, ed. by Ayman Shihadeh. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007, vi-201 pp., ISBN 9780748626052.
Universalità della Ragione. Pluralità delle Filosofie nel Medioevo. Universalité de la Raison. Pluralité des Philosophies au Moyen Âge. Universality of Reason. Plurality of Philosophies in the Middle Ages. XII Congresso Internazionale di Filosofia Medievale, Palermo, 17-22 settembre 2007, ed. by Alessandro Musco with Carla Compagno, Salvatore D’Agostino, Rosanna Gambino, Giuliana Musotto, Pietro Palmeri, Luciana Pepi, Patrizia Spallino & Maria Vassallo. Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali, 2012: vol. I, Sessioni Plenarie, xlvi-382 pp., ISBN 9788864850481; vol. II, Latina, in 2 parts, with part 2 also containing Franciscana & Lulliana, xxxix-1246 pp., ISBN 9788864850498 & 9788864850511; vol. III, Orientalia, xxiv-384 pp., ISBN 9788864850467. There seems to be a general ISBN for the whole set 9788864850252 [most of the papers relevant for Arabic philosophy are in vol. III, pp. 1-178].
Vehicles of Transmission, Translation, and Transformation in Medieval Textual Culture, ed. by Robert Wisnovsky, Faith Wallis, Jamie C. Fumo & Carlos Fraenkel (Cursor Mundi 4). Turnhout: Brepols, 2011 [in fact 2012], x-433 pp., ISBN 9782503534527.
Section I. Falsafa
Bibliographies and Chronicles
Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Brief Bibliographical Guide in Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Theology (2010-2011),” http://philosophy.cua.edu/faculty/tad/bibliography-10-11.cfm.
New Journals
Beytulhikme. An International Journal of Philosophy is published twice a year and contains articles in Turkish and English, ISSN 1303-8303. It bagan in 2011 and can be accessed at http://www.beytulhikme.org/English .
Ilahiyat Studies. A Journal on Islamic and Religious Studies comes out twice a year and began in 2010. It is published by the Bursa Ilahiyat Foundation in Turkey both in print ISSN 1309-1786 and on-line e-ISSN 1309-1719, www.ilahiyastudies.org.  All articles are in English and include an abstract.
Intellectual History of the Islamicate World will be published twice a year by Brill in Leiden. The Editor-in-Chief is Sabine Schmidtke. The first volume should come out in 2013, ISSN 2212-9421
Special Issues of Journals
Arabica focused the combined issues 3 & 4 of vol. 59 (2012) on the Zaydî in the past and in the contemporary world. Articles relevant for this bibliography by Sabine Schmidtke, Hassan Ansari, Jan Thiele, and Gregor Schwarb are listed under the appropriate headings. Other articles by Najam Haider, Sabine Scmidtke, Maher Jarrar, Bernard Haykel & Aron Zysow, and James Robin King.
The Muslim World dedicated two issues ed. by M. Afifi al-Akiti to Celebrating the 900th Anniversary of al-Ghazali, i.e., 101.4 (October 2011) & 102.1 (Jan. 2012). Intro. by M. Afifi al-Akiti, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 573-80. Articles in that issue by K. Garden, T.J. Gianotti, J. Janssens,Y. Mohamed, T. Kukkonen, Y.T. Langermann & A. Treiger. In 102.1 (Jan. 2012) articles by F. Griffel, A. Akasoy, M. Dallh & M. Afifi al-Akiti (see Kalâm, al-Ghazâlî). It also dedicated a double issue ed. by Ayman Shihadeh to The Ontology of the Soul in Medieval Arabic Thought, 102.3-4 (Oct.  2012). Articles in that issue by A. Shihadeh, D. Gutas, W. Madelung, P. Adamson & P. E. Pormann, M. Sebti, T. Kukkonen, J. Janssens, R.C. Taylor & L. Muelethaler.
Oriens, vol. 40, issue 2 (2012), is dedicated to The Manuscript Tradition of Avicenna’s Kitâb al-Shifâ’ : The Current State of Research and Future Prospects, edited and introduced by Amos Bertolacci, pp. 195-98. Articles by A.Q. Ahmed, J.J. Witkam, R. Wisnovsky, A. Bertolacci, A. Kalbarczyk, R. Strobino, D. Gutas, S. Di Vincenzo, G. Celli & J. Janssens.
Studia graeco-arabica, vol. 2 (2012) is in memory of Alain-Philippe Segonds. Articles relevant for this bibliography by Henri Hugonnard-Roche, Carmela Baffioni, Marco Di Branco, Gerhard Endress, Cristina D’Ancona, Cecilia Martini Bonadeo, Mauro Zonta, and Meryem Sebti are listed under appropriate headings. Other articles by Henri Dominique Saffrey, Concetta Luna, Richard Goulet, Lorenzo Ferroni, Riccardo Chiaradonna, Lucrezia Iris Martone, Marco Zambon, Filippo Ronconi, Elisa Coda, Angela Guidi, and Patrizia Marzillo. All articles are on open access at http://www.greekintoarabic.eu/?id=79 .
Resurrected Journal
Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies had been delayed for several years and so several volumes 4-8 (2004-08) were published in 2009. 
Online Arabic and Latin Glossary
Freely accessible at http://www.philosophi.uni-wuerzburg.de/arabic-latin-glossary/ and ed. by Dag Nikolaus Hasse.
Greek, Persian, and Syriac Sources
Adamson, Peter, „The Last Philosophers of Late Antiquity in the Arabic Tradition,“ in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 1-38 + discussion pp. 39-43 [logic as an instrument of philosophy; physics or theology? Arguments for and against the world’s eternity].
Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, see Ullmann.
Aristotle, Poetics, Editio Major of the Greek Text with Historical Introductions and Philological Commentaries by Leonardo Tarán (Greek and Latin, edition of the Greek Text) & Dimitri Gutas (Arabic and Syriac) (Mnemosyne Supplements 338). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, xiv-538 pp., ISBN 9789004217409 (hbk) or 9789004217775 (e-bk) [Section on the Syriac and Arabic transmission, pp. 77-128; and Greco-Arabic Critical Apparatus and Commentary, pp. 307-473; index of Arabic and Syriac Mss, p. 538].
Arnzen, Rüdiger, “Plato’s Timaeus in the Arabic Tradition. Legends-Testimonies-Fragments,” in Il Timeo. Esegesi greche, arabe, latine, ed. by Francesco Celia & Angela Ulacco (Greco, Arabico, Latino, Le vie del sapere, Studi). Pisa: Plus-Pisa University Press, 2012, pp. 181-267.
Asghar, Ali [Qahramani Mokbel], “ “L’art de la poésie” d’Aristote et son influence sur les sciences littéraires arabes, à travers la traduction de Mattâ b. Yûnis,” al-Machriq, 86.1 (2012): 233-56 [ in Arabic].
Baffioni, Carmela, “Il manoscritto Ambrosiano arabo “& 105 sup.” e la trasmissione delle opere di logica greca in arabo,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012), e-open access [also Ibn al-Tayyib].
Boudon-Millot, Véronique, “L’ecdotique des textes médicaux grecs et l’apport des traductions orientales,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 321-64 + 365-69, with in Appendix “Le corpus galénique d’après Hunayn, Risâla,” pp. 370-87.
Braida, Emanuela, “Garshuni Manuscripts and Garshuni Notes in Syriac Manuscripts,” Parole de l’Orient, 37 (2012): 181-98.
Brock, Sebastian, “The Commentator Probus: Problems of Date and Identity,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 195-206.
-------, “Changing Fashions in Syriac Translation Technique: The Background to Syriac Translations under the Abbasids,” Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 4 (2004) [2009]: 3-14.
Coda, Elisa, “Themistius, Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 1260-66.
Contadini, Anna, A World of Beasts: A Thirteenth-century Illustrated Arabic Book on Animals (the Kitâb Na’t al-Hayawân) in the Ibn Bakhtîshû’ Tradition. Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, xiv-209 pp., ISBN 9789004201002 [speaks of Aristotle’s Kitâb al-Hayawân].
Daiber, Hans, “A Christian Arabic Meteorological Treatise Attributed to ‘Abdallâh Ibn al-Fadl (11th c.) or to Bonaventura de Lude (17th c.). Its Greek, Arabic and Latin Sources. Prolegomena to a Critical Edition,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 73-93.
-------, “Die syrische Tradition in frühislamischer Zeit,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 40-54.
D’Ancona, Cristina, “Le traduzioni in latino e in arabo. Continuità e transformazioni della tradizione filosofica greca tra tarda antichità e Medioevo,” in Universalità della Ragione, I, pp. 73-103.
-------, “The Textual tradition of the Graeco-Arabic Plotinus. The Theology of Aristotle, Its “ru’ûs al-masâ’il”, and the Greek Model of the Arabic Version,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 37-71.
-------, “Le traité de Plotin Sur les trois substances qui sont des principes dans le corpus néoplatonicien arabe,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012), e-open access.
-------, “Passages de Plotin en syriaque” and “La version arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Va, pp. 925-33.
-------, “Plotinus, Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 1030-38.
-------, “Porphyry, Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 1056-62.
-------, “Translations from Greek into Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 1318-33.
-------,  “La Teologia neoplatonica di “Aristotele” e gli inizi della filosofia arabo-musulmana,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 135-90 + discussion pp. 191-95.
de Callataÿ, G., “Plato Ikhwanianus. Retour sur le récit platonicien de l’anneau de Gygès dans l’encyclopédie des Frères de la Pureté,”Res Antiquae, 7 (2010): 55-62 [transl of Plato’s narrative about Gyges’ ring in Epistle 52].
Dempsey, Deirdre, “The Question of ‘first language’ in Arabic, Syriac, & Hebrew Texts,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 25-37.
De Smet, Daniel, “Philosophie grecque et religion musulmane: Aristote come exégète du Coran selon la tradition shi’ite ismaélienne,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 344-63.
-------, “L’héritage de Platon et de Pythagore: La “voie diffuse” de sa transmission en terre d’Islam,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 87-126 + discussion pp. 127-33.
-------, “Le Platon arabe et les Sabéens de Harran. La “voie diffuse” de la transmission du platonisme en terre d’Islam,” Res Antiquae, 7 (2010): 73-86.
de Souza Pereira, Rosalie Helena, „Platão, Al-Fârâbî e Averróis: as qualidades essenciais ao governante,“ Trans/Form/Ação. Revista de Filosofia da UNESP, 34.1 (2011): 1-20.
Di Branco, Marco, „Un’istituzione sasanide? Il Bayt al-hikma e il movimento di traduzione,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012), e-open access.
-------, Storie arabe di Greci e di Romani: La Grecia e Roma nella storiografia arabo-islamica medievale (Greco, Arabo, Latino. Le vie del sapere, Studi: 1). Pisa: Plus-Pisa University Press, 2009, 310 pp., ISBN 9788884926272.
Ducene, J.-C., „L’influence du traité „Les airs, les eaux et les lieux“ d’Hippocrate chez les penseurs musulmans du Moyen Âge,“ Res Antiquae, 7 (2010): 87-104.
Eichner, Heidrun, “Das Avicennische Corpus Aristotelicum: Zur Virtualisierung des Aristotelestextes in der Postavicennischen Tradition,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 197-235 + discussion pp. 236-39.
Endress, Gerhard, „Platonizing Aristotle. The Concept of ‚Spiritual‘ (rûhânî) as a Keyword of the Neoplatonic Strand in Early Arabic Aristotelianism,“  Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012): e-open access.
-------, “Proclus: Oeuvres transmises par la tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Vb, pp. 1657-74.
Fiori, Emiliano, “Mélange eschatologique et “condition spirituelle” de l’intellect dans le corpus dionysiacum syriaque. Un cas remarquable de divergence entre le corpus dionysien grec et sa traduction by Serge de Resh’aynâ,” Parole de l’Orient, 35 (2010): 261-76.
-------,  “Sergius of Reshaina and Pseudo-Dionysius: A Dialectical Fidelity,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 179-94.
Frazier, Françoise, “Plutarque: La survie orientale,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Vb, p. 1175.
Gannagé, Emma, “Philopon (Jean): Tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Va, pp. 503-63.
Garofalo, Ivan, “Galen,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 376-81.
Geoffroy, Marc, “Aristotle, Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 105-16.
Goulet, Richard, “Ptolémée al-Gharîb,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Vb, p. 1744.
Griffith, Sidney H., “Syrian Christian Intellectuals in the World of Islam: Faith, the Philosophical Life, and the Quest for an Interreligious Convivencia in Abbasid Times,” Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 7 (2007) [2009]: 55-73.
Gutas, Dimitri, “The Letter before the Spirit: Still Editing Aristotle after 2300 Years,” in The Letter before the Spirit, pp. 11-36.
-------, “The Arabic Transmission of Dioskurides: Philology Triumphant,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, 132.3 (2012): 457-62 [review article of Manfred Ullmann (with Rainer Degen)Untersuchungen zur arabischen Überlieferung der Materia medica des Dioskurides. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2009, 378 pp.].
-------, “Die Wiedergeburt der Philosophie und die Übersetzungen ins Arabische,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 55-91.
-------, “Platon: Tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Va, pp. 845-63.
Hämeen-Anttila, Jaakko, “Transmission of Late Antique Culture into Islamic Culture,” in Encounters of the Children of Abraham, pp. 215-29.
Hugonnard-Roche, Henri, “Le commentaire syriaque de Probus sur l’Isagogue de Porphyre. Une étude préliminaire,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012), e-open access.
-------, “Paul le Perse,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Va, pp. 183-87.
-------, “Porphyre de Tyr: Survie orientale,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Vb, pp. 1447-68.
-------, “Du commentaire à la reconstruction: Paul le Perse interprète d’Aristote (sur une lecture du Peri Hermeneias, à propos des modes et des adverbes selon Paul, Ammonius et Boèce,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 207-24.
-------, “Le mouvement des traductions syriaques: Arrière-plan historique et sociologique,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 45-77 + discussion pp. 78-86.
Iskandar, Jamil Ibrahim, „O De anima de Aristóteles e a concepçào das faculdades da alma no Kitáb al-Nafs (Livro da Alma, De anima) de Ibn Sina (Avicena),“ Trans/Form/Ação. Revista de Filosofia da UNESP, 34.3 (2011): 41-49.
Käs, Fabian, “Eine neue Handschrift von Hunain ibn Ishâqs Galenbibliographie,” Zeitschrift für Geschichte der arabisch-islamischen Wissenschaften, 19 (2010-2011): 135-93 [with ed. and transl.].
Kalbarczyk, Alexander, “The Kitâb al-Maqûlât of the Muhtasar al-awsat fî l-mantiq: A Hitherto Unknown Source for Studying Ibn Sînâ’s Reception of Aristotle’s Categories,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 305-54.
King, Daniel, “The Genesis and Development of a logical Lexicon in the Syriac Tradition,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 225-37.
-------, “The First Translator of Aristotle’s Categories in Syriac,” Parole de l’Orient, 36 (2011): 67-84.
Kiraz, George A., “Challenges in Syriac Text Editions Using the DOS-based Word Processor Multi-Lingual Scholar,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 447-61.
Kukkonen, Taneli, “Medieval Islamic Platonism,” in The Continuum Companion to Plato, ed. by Gerald A. Press (New York: Bloomsbury: 2012), pp. 272-74.
Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “One Ethic for Three Faiths,” in Monotheism & Ethics, pp. 197-218 [about anonymous Greek text, transl. into Arabic by the Christian Ibn Zur’a, quoted by the Muslim Ibn Ridwân, and in Hebrew version by Judah Harîzî].
Marenbon, John, “Aristotelianism in the Greek, Latin, Syriac, Arabic, and Hebrew Traditions,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 99-105.
Martini Bonadeo, Cecilia, “Il concetto di ‘essere’ dall’Aristotele Greco alla lingua araba,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012), e-open access.
McCollum, Adam, “Sergius of Reshaina as Translator. The Case of the De Mundo,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 165-78.
Orthmann, Eva, “Himmelsphären und Elemente: Zur Übernahme vorislamischer Vorstellungen vom Aufbau der Welt in die Islamische Tradition,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 241-72 + discussion pp. 273-77.
Pacheco, Juan Antonio, “Ibn ‘Arabî and Aristotelian Logic,” Ishraq, 3 (2012): 201-19.
Reinink, G.J, “Communal Identity and the Systematisation of Knowledge in the Syriac ‘Cause of all causes’,” in Doctrine and Debate, pp. 379-92 [1997 original].
Riggs, Timothy, “Elements of the Authentic Self in al-Fârâbî: Between Alexander and Proclus,” Dionysius 29 (Dec. 2011): 61-80.
Rudolph, Ulrich, “Der spätantiker Hintergrund,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 3-39.
-------,  “Die Deutung des Erbes: Die Geschichte der antiken Philosophie und Wissenschaft aus der Sicht arabischer Autoren,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 279-315 + discussion pp. 316-20.
Saliba, George, “Ptolémée: Tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, Vb, pp. 1733-35.
-------, “Revisiting the Syriac Role in the Transmission of Greek Sciences into Arabic,” Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 4 (2004) [2009]: 27-32.
Schmitt, Jens O., “Barhebraeus’s Analytics: Medical Analytics,” Letter before the Spirit, pp. 131-57.
Schöck, Cornelia, « The Controversy between al-Kindî and Yahyâ b. ‘Adî on the Trinity (part one) : A Revival of the Controversy between Eunomius and the Cappadocian Fathers, » Oriens, 40.1 (2012) : 1-50.
Sidarus, Adel, “Nouvelles recherches sur la légende d’Alexandre le Grand dans les littératures arabes chrétiennes et connexes,” Parole de l’Orient, 37 (2012): 137-76.
-------, “À propos de deux textes sur la création-contingence du monde transmis dans un recueil médiéval copto-arabe,” Zeitschrift für Geschichte der arabisch-islamischen Wissenschaften, 19 (2010-2011): 121-34 [Philoponus & Ibn al-Râhib].
Takahashi, Hidemi, “Edition of the Syriac Philosophical Work of Barhebraeus. With a preliminary Report on the Edition of the Book of Heaven and the World and the Book of Generation and Corruption of the Cream of Wisdom,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 109-30.
-------, “Syriac Version by Hunain (?) of Nicolaus Damascenus’ Compendium of Aristotelian Philosophy and Accompanying Scholia,” Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 5 (2005) [2009]: 18-34.
Treiger, Alexander, “Al-Ghazâlî’s “Mirror Christology” and Its Possible East-Syriac Sources,” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 698-713.
Ullmann, Manfred, Die Nikomachische Ethik des Aristoteles in arabischer Übersetzung, Teil 1: Wortschatz & Teil. 2: Überlieferung, Textkritik, Grammatik. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag; Teil 1 (2011), 440 pp., ISBN 9783447064835 & Teil 2 (2012), 386 pp., ISBN 9783447066143.
Vallat, Philippe, “Alexandrian Tradition into Arabic: Philosophy,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 66-73.
Wakelnig, Elvira, “Proclus in Aristotelian disguise. Notes on the Arabic transmission of Proclus’ Elements of Theology,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 165-76.
-------, “The Other Arabic Version of Proclus’ De Aeternitate mundi. The Surviving First Eight Arguments,” Oriens, 40.1 (2012): 51-95.
Watt, John, “From Sergius to Mattâ: Aristotle and Pseudo-Dionysius in the Syriac Tradition,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 239-57.
-------, “Syriac Translators and Greek Philosophy in Early Abbasid Iraq,” Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 4 (2004) [2009]: 15-26.
Watts, Edward, “Translating the Personal Aspect of Late Platonism in the Commentary Tradition,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 137-50 [Syriac].
Wisnovsky, Robert, “Towards a Natural-History Model of Philosophical Change: Greek into Arabic, Arabic into Latin, and Arabic into Arabic,” in Vehicles, pp. 143-57.
Zonta, Mauro, “ ‘Sostanza’, ‘Essenza’ e ‘Quiddità’ nelle diverse lingue delle letterature filosofiche medievali; una proposta di comparazione storico-linguistica,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012): e-open access.
Latin, Hebrew, Syriac, Byzantine, Renaissance, and Modern Translations and Influences
Aertsen, Jan A., “Albert’s Doctrine on the Transcendentals,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 611-19.
Akasoy, Anna, “Arabic Texts, Philosophy, Latin Translations,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 92-97.
Anzulewicz, Henryk, “Plato and Platonic/Neoplatonic Sources in Albert,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 595-601.
Ashley, Benedict M., “Anthropology: Albert the Great on the Cogitative Power,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 299-324.
Benedetto, Marienza, “La divisione delle scienze nell’enciclopedismo ebraico medievale: filosofia naturale, scienze matematiche e scienza divina nell’introduzione al Midrash ha-hokmah di Yehudah ha-Cohen,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 209-16.
Bertelloni, Francisco, “La filosofía explica la revelación sobre el “Averroismo politico” en el Defensor pacis de Marsilio de Padua,” Educão e Filosofia Uberlândia, 25, n. 50 (July-Dec. 2011): 475-500.
Bertolacci, Amos, “Albert’s Use of Avicenna and Islamic Philosophy,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 601-11.
-------, “On the Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics before Albertus Magnus: An Attempt at Periodization,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 197-223 [Gundissalinus, Anonymous d’Alverny, Michael Scot, John Blund, Prohibition 1210-1215].
-------, “A Community of Translators: The Latin Medieval Versions of Avicenna’s Book of the Cure,” in Communities of Learning, pp. 37-54.
Black, Deborah L., “Avicenna’s ‘Vague Individual’ and its Impact on Medieval Latin Philosophy,” in Vehicles, pp. 259-92 [William of Auvergne, Albert the Great, Duns Scotus, Henry of Gent].
Burnett, Charles, “Plato Amongst the Arabic-Latin Translators of the Twelfth Century,” in Il Timeo. Esegesi greche, arabe, latine, ed. by Francesco Celia & Angela Ulacco (Greco, Arabico, Latino, Le vie del sapere, Studi). Pisa: Plus-Pisa University Press, 2012, pp. 269-306.
-------, “The Arabo-Latin Aristotle,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 95-107.
-------,  “Communities of Learning in Twelfth-Century Toledo,” in Communities of Learning, pp. 9-18.
Calma, Dragos, Études sur le premier siècle de l’averroïsme latin. Approches et textes inédits. Turnhout: Brepols, 2011, 392 pp., ISBN 9782503542911.
-------, Le Poids de la citation. Etudes sur les sources arabes et grecques dans l’oeuvre de Dietrich de Freiberg (dokimion 35). Fribourg: Academic Press Fribourg, 2010, 388 pp., ISBN 9782827110612.
Celli, Gaia, “Some Observations about Hermannus Alemannus’ Citations of Avicenna’s Book of the Rhetoric,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 477-513.
Daiber, Hans, “A Christian Arabic Meteorological Treatise Attributed to ‘Abdallâh Ibn al-Fadl (11th c.) or to Bonaventura de Lude (17th c.). Its Greek, Arabic and Latin Sources. Prolegomena to a Critical Edition,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 73-94.
D’Ancona, Cristina, “Le traduzioni in latino e in arabo. Continuità e transformazioni della tradizione filosofica greca tra tarda antichità e Medioevo,” in Universalità della Ragione, I, pp. 73-103.
-------, “Nota sulla traduzione latina del Libro di Aristotele sull’esposizione del bene puro e sul titolo Liber de Causis,” in Scientia, Fides, Theologia. Studi di filosofia medievale in onore di Gianfranco Fioravanti, ed. by Stefano Perfetti (Florence; ETS, 2011), pp. 89-101.
Fidora, Alexander, “The Sefer ha-nefesh. A First Attempt to Translate Aristotle’s De anima into Hebrew,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 159-72 [deals with Gundissalinus’ Tractatus de anima]..
-------, “Religious Diversity and the Philosophical translations of Twelfth-Century Toledo,” in Communities of Learning, pp. 19-36.
Fontaine, Resianne, “’Happy is he whose Children are Boys’: Abraham Ibn Daud and Avicenna on Evil,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 159-75.
Freudenthal, Gad, “Arabic into Hebrew: The Emergence of the Translation Movement in Twelfth-Century Provence and Jewish-Christian Polemic,” in Beyond Religious Borders, pp. 124-43 + notes pp. 203-09.
Galluzzo, Gabriele, „Averroes re-interpreted: Paul of Venice on the essence and definition of sensible substances,“ in Universalità della Ragione, II.2, pp. 747-52.
-------, “Two Senses of ‘Common’. Avicenna’s Doctrine of Essence and Aquinas’s View on Individuation,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 309-37.
Gatti, Roberto, “The Jews and the Irrational: Gersonides’ Treatment of Dreams, Divination and Prophecy,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 217-27.
Gutas, Dimitri, “Arabic into Byzantine Greek: Introducing a Survey of the Translations,” in Knotenpunkt Byzanz, pp. 246-65.
Harvey, Steven, “The Introductions of Thirteenth-Century Arabic-to-Hebrew Translators of Philosophic and Scientific Texts,” in Vehicles, pp. 223-34.
Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, “Abbreviations in Medieval Latin Translations from Arabic,” in Vehicles, pp. 159-72.
------- “Avicenna’s ‘Giver of Forms’ in Latin Philosophy, Especially in the Works of Albertus Magnus,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 225-49.
Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “One Ethic for Three Faiths,” in Monotheism & Ethics, pp. 197-218 [about anonymous Greek text, transl.into Arabic by the Christian Ibn Zur’a, quoted by the Muslim Ibn Ridwân, and in Hebrew version by Judah Harîzî].
Lértora Mendoza, Celina A., „Tres versiones del Concordismo Medieval: Averroes, Maimónides y Tomás De Aquino,“ in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 83-92.
Lomagistro, Barbara, “Le version paleo-ceche del Secretum secretorum pseudo-arsitotelico,” Orientalia Christiana Periodica, 78.1 (2012): 179-201.
Manekin, Charles, “Medieval Jewish Philosophy in Arabic,” in Oxford Handbook, pp. 130-47.
Meirinhos, José Francisco, “Was there a Portuguese Averroism in the 14th century? Alphonsus Dionisii and Thomas Scotus,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 93-107.
Meliadò, Mario, “Scientia peripateticorum: Heymericus de Campo, the Book of causes, and the Debate over Universals in the Fifteenth Century,” Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales, 79.1 (2012): 195-230 [includes ed. of Heymericus’ short commentary on Liber de causis].
Mews, Constant J., “Communities of Learning and the Dream of Synthesis: The Schools and Colleges of Thirteenth-Century Paris,” in Communities of Learning, pp. 109-35.
Moulin, Isabelle & Twetten, David, “Causality and Emanation in Albert,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 694-721.
Noone, Timothy, “Albert on the Subject of Metaphysics,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 543-53.
-------, “Albert on the Triplex universal,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 619-26.
Odisho, Edward, “Journey of Scientific Heritage: An Exclusive Arab/Muslim Enterprise or a Multi/ethnic Multi/religious one?,” Parole de l’Orient, 36 (2011): 201-18 [from foreign into Arabic and from Arabic into foreign].
Pickavé, Martin, “On the Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Theory of Individuation,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 339-63.
Pini, Giorgio, “Scotus and Avicenna on What it is to Be a Thing,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 365-87.
Piro, Francesco, “Animalité et connaissance animale. Notes sur la doctrine de l’estimative et sur ses interprétations en Occident,” in Animal et animalité dans la philosophie de la renaissance et de l’âge classique, ed. by Thierry Gontier (Louvain-la-Neuve: Institut Supérieur de Philosophie & Louvain-Paris-Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2005), pp. 131-51.
Porro, Pasquale, “Immateriality and Separation in Avicenna and Thomas Aquinas,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 275-307.
Price, B.B., “Interpreting Albert the Great on Astronomy,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 397-436.
Richardson, Kara, “Avicenna and Aquinas on Form and Generation,’ in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 251-74.
Robinson, James T., “Secondary Forms of Philosophy: On the Teaching and Transmission of Philosophy in Non-Philosophical Literary Genres,” in Vehicles, pp. 235-48 [impact on Jewish texts].
-------, “Al-Farabi, Avicenna, & Averroes in Hebrew: Remarks on the Indirect Transmission of Arabic-Islamic Philosophy in Medieval Judaism,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 59-87.
Schmieja, Horst, “Arabic-Latin Reception of Aristotle’s Physica and Averroes’ Commentarium magnum: Two Versions in a Manuscript from Toledo,” Oriens, 40.1 (2012): 149-67.
Schwartz, Yossef, “Thirteenth Century Hebrew Psychological Discussion: The Role of Latin Sources in the Formation of Hebrew Aristotelianism,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 173-94 [Gundissalinus, Avicenna, Averroes].
Sileo, Leonardo, “L’Avicenna Latino al tempo dei divieti scolastici del 1210 e 1215. Storia e vicenda storiografica,” in Scientia, Fides, Theologia. Studi di filosofia medievale in onore di Gianfranco Fioravanti, ed. by Stefano Perfetti (Florence; ETS, 2011), pp. 131-72.
Stroumsa, Sarah, “Thinkers of “This Peninsula”: Towards an Integrative Approach to the Study of Philosophy in al-Andalus,” in Beyond Religious Borders, pp. 44-53 + notes pp. 176-81.
Tellkamp, Jörg Alejandro, “Albert the Great on Structure & Function of the Inner Senses,” in Juedo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 305-24 [Costa ben Luca, Avicenna, al-Ghazali, Averroes].
Töyrylä, Hannu, “On the Infusion of Philosophy into Medieval Jewish Thought,” in Encounters of the Children of Abraham, pp. 253-73.
Touwaide, Alain, “Arabic into Greek: The Rise of an International Lexicon of Medicine in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean?,” in Vehicles, pp. 195-222.
Van Oppenraay, Aafke M.I., “The Critical Edition of Aristotle’s De animalibus in the Arabic-Latin Translation of Michael Scot. Its Purpose and Its Significance for the History of Science,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 331-44.
Wisnovsky, Robert, “Towards a Natural-History Model of Philosophical Change: Greek into Arabic, Arabic into Latin, and Arabic into Arabic,” in Vehicles, pp. 143-57.
Wöllmer, Gilla, “Albert the Great and his Botany,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 221-67 [Nicholas of Damascus’ De plantis].
Woerther, Frédérique, “Les citations du Commentaire moyen à la Rhétorique d’Aristote par Averroès dans la traduction arabo-latine de la Rhétorique d’Aristote par Hermann l’Allemand,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 63 (2010-2011): 323-60.
Zonta, Mauro, “ ‘Sostanza’, ‘Essenza’ e ‘Quiddità’ nelle diverse lingue delle letterature filosofiche medievali; una proposta di comparazione storico-linguistica,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012): e-open access.
-------, “Medieval Hebrew Translations of Philosophic and Scientific Texts: A Chronological Table,” in Science in Medieval Jewish Cultures, ed. by Gad Freudenthal (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 17-73.
-------, “Avicenna’s Metaphysics in the Medieval Hebrew Philosophical Tradition,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 153-58.
-------, “Possible Hebrew Quotations of the Metaphysical Section of Avicenna’s Oriental Philosophy and Their Historical Meaning,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 177-95.
General Studies
Adamson, Peter, « Arabic Philosophy and Theology before Avicenna, » in Oxford Handbook, pp. 58-82.
Akasoy, Anna, « 6. Ragab 707-17 Ragab 708. Das Jahr 1308 aus islamischer Perspektive, » in 1308, ed. by Andreas Speer & David Wirmer (Miscellanea Mediaevalia 35) (Berlin : De Gruyter, 2010), pp. 921-36.
Al-Khalili, Jim, The House of Wisdom : How Arabic Science Saved Ancient Knowledge and Gave Us the Renaissance. New York : Penguin, 336 pp., ISBN 9781594202797 (hbk) ; 9781594202012 (pbk) ; 9781101476239 (ebk).
Al-Zahrani, Abdulsalam, « Sacred Voice, Profane Sight : The Senses, Cosmology, and Epistemology in Early Islamic History, » Numen, 56.4 (2009) : 417-58.
Bashier, Salman H., The Story of Islamic Philosophy. Ibn Tufayl, Ibn al’Arabi, and Others on the Limit between Naturalism and Traditionalism. Albany : State University of New York Press, 2011, 209 pp., ISBN 97814384-37439 hdbk ; -37422 pbk ; -37446 e-bk.
Bektovic, Safet, « (Post) Modern Islamic Philosophy : Challenges and Perspectives, »  Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 23.3 (2012): 235-46.
Bertolacci, Amos, “Arabic and Islamic Metaphysics” in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, first published Th. Jul. 5, 2012 (plato.stanford.edu/entries/Arabic-islamic-metaphysics/).
Brague, Rémi, The Legend of the Middle Ages: Philosophical Explorations of Medieval Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, transl. by Lydia G. Cochrane. Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press, 2011, xii-287 pp., ISBN 9780226070810 [French original 2006].
Brown, Jonathan A.C., “Scholars and Charlatans on the Baghdad-Khurasan Circuit from the Ninth to the Eleventh Centuries,” in The Lineaments of Islam, ed. by Paul M. Cobb (Islamic History and Civilization 95) (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012), pp. 85-95.
Butterworth, Charles E., « Arabic Political Philosophy, » in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 1047-53.
-------, « Arabic Contributions to Medieval Political Theory, » in The Oxford Handbook of the History of Poliyical Philosophy, ed. by George Klosko (New York : Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 164-79.
-------, « Early Thought, » in A Companion to Muslim Ethics, ed. by Amyn Sajoo (Institute of Ismaili Studies Muslim Heritage Series) (London : I.B. Tauris, 2010), pp. 31-51 [adaptation of « Ethical and Political Philosophy, » in The Cambridge Companion to Arabic Philosophy, ed. by Richard C. Taylor & Peter A. Adamson (Cambridge : Cambirdge University Press, 2005), pp. 266-86].
-------, « Islamic Political Philosophy, » in Encyclopedia of Political Theory, ed. by Mark Bevir, vol. 2 (Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications, 2010), pp. 713-20.
Chittick, William C., « Wahdat al-Wujûd in India, » Ishraq, 3 (2012) : 29-40.
Cottrel, Emily, « Trivium and Quadrivium : East of Baghdad, » in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 11-25.
Daiber, Hans, “A Christian Arabic Meteorological Treatise Attributed to ‘Abdallâh Ibn al-Fadl (11th c.) or to Bonaventura de Lude (17th c.). Its Greek, Arabic and Latin Sources. Prolegomena to a Critical Edition,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 73-94.
-------, Islamic Thought in the Dialogue of Cultures : A Historical and Bibliographical Survey (Themes in Islamic Studies 7). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, xii-274 pp., ISBN 9789004222274 (hbk) or 9789004232044 (e-bk) [a much revised and supplemented version of Islamic Thought in the Dialogue of Cultures. Innovation and Mediation between Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Sarajevo : KULT-B, 2008].
D’Aiello, Paola, « La speculazione islamo-iaraniana tra Sohravardî e Mollâ Sadrâ Shirâzî, » in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 33-38.
Demirli, Ekrem, « An Assessment of Discursive Changes in Islamic Metaphysics—Thubût as an Interpretation of the Concept of Possibility or Nonexistence and the Nonexistence of Nonexistence, » Ilahiyat Studies, 1.1 (Winter/Spring 2010) : 37-63.
Dempsey, Deirdre, “The Question of ‘first language’ in Arabic, Syriac, & Hebrew Texts,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 25-37.
Den Heijer, J. & La Spissa, P., “La migration du savoir entre les communcautés. Le cas de la littérature arabe chrétienne,” Res Antiquae, 7 (2010): 63-72 [similarities between Sulaymân al-Ghazzî and the Ikhwân].
De Smet, Daniel, “Die ismâ’îlitischen Denker des 4./10. und frühen 5./11. Jahrhunderts,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 518-31.
Di Giovanni, Matteo, « Averroes and Philosophy in Islamic Spain, » in Oxford Handbook, pp. 106-29.
-------, « Motifs of Andalusian Philosophy in the Pre-Almohad Age, » Documenti e Studi, 22 (2011) : 209-34 [Ibn Gabirol, Ibn Hazm & Ibn Bajja].
El-Rouayheb, Khaled, « Post-Avicennian Logicians on the Subject Matter of Logic : Some Thirteenth- and Fourteenth-Century Discussions, » Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.1 (2012) : 69-90.
-------, « Logic in the Arabic and Islamic World, » in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 686-92.
Endress, Gerhard, „Platonizing Aristotle. The Concept of ‚Spiritual‘ (rûhânî) as a Keyword of the Neoplatonic Strand in Early Arabic Aristotelianism, Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012): e-open access.
Germann, Nadja, „Avicenna and Afterwards,“ in Oxford Handbook, pp. 83-105.
Gutas, Dimitri, „Populäre Ethik und praktische Politik,“ in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 458-72.
Janssens, Jules, « Het middeleeuwse Arabische en Joodse denken, » Tijdschrift voor Filosofie, 74.1 (2012) : 129-44 [includes reviews of 1. Genequand’s ed. and transl. of Ibn Bajjah, 2010 ; 2. Arnzen’s transl of Averroes’ Epitome of Metaphysics, 2010 ; 3. McGinnis’ ed. and transl. of Avicenna’s Physics, 2009 ; 4. Taylor’s with Druart’s transl. of Averroes’ Long Commentary on the De anima, 2009 ; 5. Schupp’s ed. and transl. of Averroes’ Die entscheidende Abhandlung, 2009 ; 6. Ferrari’s transl. of al-Farabi’s Die Prinzipien, 2009 ; 7. Hogga’s transl. of al-Ghazali’s Le critère de distinction, 2010 ; 8. Sara’s transl. of Ibn Sina’s Treatise on Arabic Phonetics, 2009 ; 9. Hissette’s ed. of Averroes’ Commentarium medium super libro Praedicamentorum, 2010 ; 10. McGinnis’ book Avicenna, 2010 ; 11. Koutzarova’s Das Transzendentale bei Ibn Sina, 2009 ; 12. Glasner’s Averroes’ Physics, 2009 ; and 13. Kalin’s Knowledge in Later Islamic Philosophy. Mulla Sadra, 2010].
Kukkonen, Taneli, « Theology versus Philosophy in the Arabic World, » in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 1270-76.
-------, « Eternity, » in Handbook of Medieval Philosophy, ed. by John Marenbon (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 525-46.
-------, « Dividing Being : Before and after Avicenna, » in Categories of Being, ed. by Leila Haaparanta & Heikki Koskinen (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 36-61.
-------, « Arabische Philosophie, » in Aristoteles-Handbuch, ed. by Christoph Rapp & Klaus Corcilius (Stuttgart : J.B. Metzler, 2011), pp. 417-27.
Lasker, Daniel J., « The Impact of Interreligious Polemic on Medieval Philosophy, » in Beyond Religious Borders, pp. 115-23 + notes pp. 200-203.
Lomba, Joaquín, « La filosofía musulmana en Zaragoza, » Revista del Instituto Egipcio de Estudioes Islámicos en Madrid 36 (2008) : 17-61.
Martini Bonadeo, Cecilia, “Il concetto di ‘essere’ dall’Aristotele Greco alla lingua araba,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012), e-open access.
Meirinhos, José Francisco, “Was there a Portuguese Averroism in the 14th century? Alphonsus Dionisii and Thomas Scotus,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 93-107.
Nasr, Hossein Nasr, “The School of Azerbaijan and Its Pertinence in the Islamic Philosophical Tradition,” Ishraq, 3 (2012): 423-34.
Orthmann, Eva, “Philosophie und Wissenschaft von der Natur,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 512-17.
Puig Montada, Josep, “Natural Philosophy, Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 849-58.
Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, “Ethics, Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 317-23.
-------, “Philosophy, Arabic,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 997-1003.
Rashed, Marwan, “Lumières Abbassides,” in Universalità della Ragione, I, pp. 273-89.
Rashed, Roshdi, « L’angle de contingence : un problème de philosophie des mathématiques, » Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.1 (2012) : 1-50.
Rizvi, Sajjad H., « « Only the Imam Knows Best » The Maktab-i- tafkîk on the Legitimacy of Philosophy in Iran, » Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 22.3-4 (2012) : 487-503.
Roccaro, Giuseppe, « Universalità e analogia : metafisica e logica nel pensiero islamico, » in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 131-40.
Rudolph, Ulrich, Islamische Philosophie. Von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart (C.H. Beck, Wissen 2352), 2nd ed. Munich : C.H. Beck, 2008, 123 pp., ISBN 9783406508523 [1st ed. 2004].
Smirnov, Andrey, « Logic of Sense. Chapter I : General Approach to Sense Generating Procedure, » & « Logic of Sense. Chapter II : The Key Exemplification of Logic-and-Meaning Configuration in Arabic Philosophy, » Ishraq, 2 (2011) : 306-43 & 3 (2012) : 514-46.
Stroumsa, Sarah, “Thinkers of “This Peninsula”: Towards an Integrative Approach to the Study of Philosophy in al-Andalus,” in Beyond Religious Borders, pp. 44-53 + notes pp. 176-81.
Syros, Vasileios, “Shadows in Heaven and Clouds on Earth: The Emergence of Social Life and Political Authority in the Early Modern Islamic Empires,” Viator, 43.2 (2012): 377-406.
Thom, Paul, “On Formalizing the Logics of the Past,” in Methods and Methodologies: Aristotelian Logic East and West, 500-1500, ed. by Margaret Cameron & John Marenbon (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2011), pp. 191-205 [more on the Latin than the Arabic side, but methodologically interesting].
Thomas, David, “The Open and the Closed in Early Muslim Society,” in Encounters of the Children of Abraham, pp. 183-97.
Vallat, Philippe, “Alexandrian Tradition into Arabic: Philosophy,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 66-73.
Wakelnig, Elvira, “Die Weiterführung der neuplatonischen Ansätze,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 170-85.
Wisnovsky, Robert, “Towards a Natural-History Model of Philosophical Change: Greek into Arabic, Arabic into Latin, and Arabic into Arabic,” in Vehicles, pp. 143-57.
Zambelli, Paola, “ ‘The earth was like a sponge and men lived within it’: ideas on spontaneous generation of man among Islamic and Latin thinkeers,” in her Astrology and Magic from the Medieval Latin and Islamic World to Renaissance Europe (Variorum) (Farnham: Ashagate, 2012), IV (1-26 pp.) [transl. from 1991 Italian].
Zonta, Mauro, “ ‘Sostanza’, ‘Essenza’ e ‘Quiddità’ nelle diverse lingue delle letterature filosofiche medievali; una proposta di comparazione storico-linguistica,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012): e-open access.
Abû Bishr Mattâ
Endress, Gerhard, “Der arabische Aristoteles und seine Lehrüberlieferung in Bagdad: Abû Bishr Mattâ ibn Yûnus,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 290-301.
Abû Qurrah
Daga Portillo, Rocio, “Abû Qurra’s treatise of icon and Islamic law,” Parole de l’Orient, 37 (2012): 243-70.
Seppälä, Serafim, “Theodore Abû Qurrah’s Narrative Strategies for Dealing with Muslim Antagonists in Maymar fî ‘ikrâm al-‘ayqûnât,” Parole de l’Orient, 37 (2012): 271-90.
Ahmad ibn al-Tayyib al-Sarakhsî
Biesterfeldt, Hans Hinrich, “Ahmad ibn al-Taiyib al-Sarakhsî,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 148-56.
al-‘Âmirî
Wakelnig, Elvira, “Neuplatonische Philosophie in Lehrtexten zwischen Balkhî und ‘Âmirî,” & “Abû l-Hasan al-‘Âmirî,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 172-73 7 174-85.
Averroes
[Averroes], Il Commento Medio di Averroè alla Metafisica di Aristotele nella tradizione ebraica, edition of the Hebrew versions of Zerahyah Hen and of Qalonymos ben Qalonymos with historical and philological intro.  by Mauro Zonta (Editoria scientifica) 2 vol. Pavia: Pavia University Press, 2011, x-viii-150-708 pp., ISBN vol. 1: 9788896764145; ISBN vol. 2, which is in 2 parts: 9788896764152 [parallel text of the critical edition of Zerahyah’s translation made in 1284 and of the provisional ed. of Qalonymos’ translation made in 1317].
Averroes, Die entscheidende Abhandlung und die Urteilsfällung über das Verhältnis von Gesetz und Philosophie,Arabisch-Deutsch, transl. with intro. & notes by Franz Schupp. Hamburg: Felix Meiner, 2009, cxxx-338 pp., ISBN 9783787318841 [pbk 2010, ISBN 978787321322.
Ibn Rushd, “Long Commentary on Aristotle’s De anima,” transl. into Russian by N.V. Efremova, Ishraq, 3 (2012): 380-407 [transl. of pp. 383-413 of Crawford’s ed.].
Averroes Latinus I: The translation of Averroes’ Works into Latin, Texts and Studies, ed. by Fuat Sezgin with Carl Ehrig-Eggert & Eckhard Neubauer (Historiography and Classification of Science in Islam 59). Frankfurt am Main: Institute for the History of Arabic-Islamic Science at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, 2007, 334 pp., ISBN 9783829890717 [contains 1. Jules Dukas, Recherches sur l’histoire littéraire du quinzième siècle, troisième opuscule [Élie del Medigo, 1875], pp. 1-55; 2. M. Steinschneider, Une dédicace d’Abraham de Balmes au cardinal Dom. Grimani [1882], pp. 56-61; 3. Pietro Ragnisco, Documenti inediti e rari intorno alla vita ed agli scritti di Nicoletto Vernia e di Elia del Medigo [1891], pp. 63-90; 4. David Kaufmann, Jacob Mantino: Une page d’histoire de la Renaissance [1893], pp. 92-154; 5. Alfred J. Rahilly, Averroism and scholasticism [1913], pp. 155-207; 6. Bruno Nardi, Note per una storia del’averroismo latino [1947-1949], pp. 209-78; 7. Harry A. Wolfson, The twice-revealed Averroes [1961], pp. 279-98; 8. Harry A. Wolfson, Revised Plan for the Publication of a Corpus Commentariorum Averrois in Aristotelem [1963], pp. 300-16; and 9. Lorenzo Minio-Paluello, Attività filosofico-editoriale aristotelica dell’umanesimo [1963], pp. 317-34.
Adouhane, Yamina, “Al-Miklâtî, a Twelfth Century Ash’arite Reader of Averroes,” in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.2 (2012): 155-97.
Alpyagil, Recep, “The Author of the Palimpsest Texts or “Scraping Again” the Texts of Borges (1899-1986) Today—Through the Case of Averroes,” Ilahiyat Studies, 1.1 (Winter/Spring 2010): 91-106.
Amerini, Fabrizio, “Paul of Venice on the Nature of the Possible Intellect,” in Universalità della Ragione, II.2, pp. 713-20.
Ashley, Benedict M., “Anthropology: Albert the Great on the Cogitative Power,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 299-324.
Bazán, Bernardo Carlos, “Thomas Aquinas’s Summa contra Gentiles and Averroes’s Great Commentary on De Anima,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 111-71.
Belo, Catarina, “Some Notes on Averroes’ Appraisal of non-Islamic Religions, with a focus on Christianity and Judaism,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 1-9.
Ben Ahmed, Fouad, “Une approche philosophique de la dialectique chez Averroès: valeurs, usages et limites,” Mélanges de L’Université saint-Joseph, 63 (2010-2011): 259-322.
Bin Haji Ishak, Mohd. Shuhaimi, “Allegorical Interpretation of the Role of Philosophy in the Discourse of Philo and Ibn Rushd,” Al-Masâq, 24.3 (Dec. 2012): 253-64.
Bertelloni, Francisco, “La filosofía explica la revelación sobre el “Averroismo politico” en el Defensor pacis de Marsilio de Padua,” Educão e Filosofia Uberlândia, 25, n. 50 (July-Dec. 2011): 475-500.
Birgül, Mehmet Fatih, “Discussion of Causality Based on the Conceptions of Nature of Ibn Rushd and al-Ghazâlî,” Ilahiyat Studies, 1.2 (Summer/Fall 2010): 241-58.
Calma, Dragos, Études sur le premier siècle de l’averroïsme latin. Approches et textes inédits. Turnhout: Brepols, 2011, 392 pp., ISBN 9782503542911.
Castelli, Laura Maria, “Greek, Arabic and Latin Commentators on Per Se Accidents of Being qua Being and the Place of Aristotle, Metaphysics, Book Iota,” Documenti e Studi, 22 (2011): 153-208.
de Souza Pereira, Rosalie Helena, “L’universalità della Sharî’a e le leggi particolari (nómoi) nel pensiero politico di Averroè,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 49-54.
-------, „Platão, Al-Fârâbî e Averróis: as qualidades essenciais ao governante,“ Trans/Form/Ação. Revista de Filosofia da UNESP, 34.1 (2011): 1-20.
Di Giovanni, Matteo, „Averroes‘ Notion of Primary Substance,“ in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 55-65.
Eichner, Heidrun, “Contamination and Interlingual Contamination as a Challenge to the Averrois Opera: The case of the Judeo-Arabic Transmission of Averroes’ Manuscripts,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 227-65.
Fierro, Maribel, „The legal policies of the Almohad caliphs and Ibn Rushd’s Bidâyat al-mujtahid,“ in her The Almohad Revolution (Variorum) (Franham: Ashgate, 2012), XII (226-48 pp.) [1999 original].
Fontaine, Resianne, „The Early Reception of Aristotle through Averroes in Medieval Jewish Philosophy: The case of the Midrash ha-Hokmah,“ in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 211-25.
Galluzzo, Gabriele, „Averroes re-interpreted: Paul of Venice on the essence and definition of sensible substances,“ in Universalità della Ragione, II.2, pp. 747-52.
Gatti, Roberto, “The Jews and the Irrational: Gersonides’ Treatment of Dreams, Divination and Prophecy,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 217-27.
Geoffroy, Marc, „Ibn Rushd (Averroes), Latin Translations of,“ in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 501-07.
Halper, Yehuda, „The Convergence of Religious and Metaphysical Concepts: Mofet and Devequt in the Hebrew Translation of Averroës‘ Long Commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics,“ Studia Neoaristotelica, 8.2 (2001): 163-77.
Harvey, Steven, „Reflections on Ruth Glasner’s Averroe‘ Physics,“ Aleph, 12.2 (2012): 403-12.
-------, „Are the Medieval Hebrew Translations of Averroes‘ Commentaries on Aristotle Still of Value and Worth Editing?,“ in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 195-210.
Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, „Latin Averroes Translations of the First Half of the Thirteenth Century,“ in Universalità della Ragione, I, pp. 149-77.
Janssens, Jules, „Henry of Ghent and Averroes,“ in A Companion to Henry of Ghent (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition 23). (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2010), pp. 85-99
Kraml, Hans, „Ibn Ruschds Hermeneutik der Religion,“ in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 75-82.
Kukkonen, Taneli, „Ibn Rushd, Muhammad ibn Ahmad al-Hafîd (Averroes),“ in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 494-501.
------- & Knuuttila, Simo, „Thought Experiments and Indirect Proofs in Averroes, Aquinas, and Buridan,“ in Thought Experiments in Methodological and Historical Perspectives, ed. by Katerina Ierodiakonou & Sophie Roux (Medieval and Early Modern Science 15) (Leiden: Brill, 2011), pp. 83-99.
Lamy, Alice, „La théorie averroïste des dimensions indéterminées dans le Traité sur la substance de la sphère céleste (livre I, chapitre 2) de Walter Burley,“ Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie, 59.1 (2012): 26-45.
Lértora Mendoza, Celina A., „Tres versiones del Concordismo Medieval: Averroes, Maimónides y Tomás De Aquino,“ in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 83-92.
Ling, David J., “Manners and Customs of Literary Appropriation: Mirrors of Ink from Borges, Burton and Lane,” Arabica, 59.1-2 (2012): 87-108.
Maiza Ozcodi, I., “Cienza y religión en Averroes,”La Ciudad de Dios, 224.2 (May-August 2011): 373-97.
Martínez Lorca, Andrés, “La crítica de Al-Gazzali al racionalismo filosófico islámico y la refutación de Averroes,” La Ciudad de Díos, 225.1 (2012): 161-88.
-------, “Averroes, el filósofo andalusí que revolucionó Europa,” in Introducción a la filosofía medieval. Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 2011, pp. 209-22.
Menn, Stephen, “Fârâbî in the Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics: Averroes against Avicenna on Being and Unity,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 51-96.
Mensia, Mokdad Arfa, “Regards d’Ibn Rushd sur al-Juwaynî. Questions de méthodes,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.2 (2012): 199-216.
Parolin, Beatrice, “Il trattato De separatione primi principii attribuito ad Averroè,” Medioevo, 36 (2011): 33-88.
Pérez Carrasco, Mariano, “?Cuál es el objeto de nuestro conocimiento? Tomás de Aquino intérprete de Averroes,” Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía, 29.1 (2012): 45-63.
Puig Montada, Josep, “Hasday ha-Sefardi and the Maimonidean Apocrypha,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 247-56.
Robinson, James T., “Al-Farabi, Avicenna, & Averroes in Hebrew: Remarks on the Indirect Transmission of Arabic-Islamic Philosophy in Medieval Judaism,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 59-87.
Intentionality in the Early Averroes,” Acta Philosophica, 20.2 (2011): 405-20.
Schmieja, Horst, “Arabic-Latin Reception of Aristotle’s Physica and Averroes’ Commentarium magnum: Two Versions in a Manuscript from Toledo,” Oriens, 40.1 (2012): 149-67.
Schwartz, Yossef, “Thirteenth Century Hebrew Psychological Discussion: The Role of Latin Sources in the Formation of Hebrew Aristotelianism,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 173-94.
Suarez-Nani, Tiziana, “Un’altra critica alla noetica averroista: Francesco della Marca e l’unicità dell’intelletto,” in Universalità della Ragione, II.2, pp. 1025-32.
Taylor, Richard C., “Averroes on the Sharî’ah of the Philosophers,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 283-304.
-------, “Textual and Philosophical Issues in Averroes’s Long Commentary on the De Anima of Aristotle,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 267-87.
-------, “Averroes on the Ontology of the Human Soul,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 580-96.
Woerther, Frédérique, “Les citations du Commentaire moyen à la Rhétorique d’Aristote par Averroès dans la traduction arabo-latine de la Rhétorique d’Aristote par Hermann l’Allemand,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 63 (2010-2011): 323-60.
Avicenna
The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics
Adamson, Peter, “Avicenna and his Commentators on Human and Divine Self-Intellection,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 97-122.
Ahmed, Asad Q., “The Shifâ’ in India I: Reflections on the Evidence of the Manuscripts,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 199-222.
Aminrazavi, Mehdi, “How Avicennian was Suhrawardi’s Theory of Knowledge,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 119-30.
------- “ ‘He Who Knows Himself Knows His Lord’: Reflections on Avicenna’s Suspended Man Argument,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 243-54.
Benedetto, Marienza, “La divisione delle scienze nell’enciclopedismo ebraico medievale: filosofia naturale, scienze matematiche e scienza divina nell’introduzione al Midrash ha-hokmah di Yehudah ha-Cohen,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 209-16.
Bertolacci, Amos, “Albert’s Use of Avicenna and Islamic Philosophy,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 601-11.
-------, “How Many Recensions of Avicenna’s Kitâb al-Shifâ’?,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 275-303.
-------, “A Hidden Hapax Legomenon in Avicenna’s Metaphysics: Considerations on the Use of Anniyya and Ayyiyya in the Ilâhiyyât of the Kitâb al-Shifâ’,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 289-309.
-------, “On the Latin Reception of Avicenna’s metaphysics before Albertus Magnus: An Attempt at Periodization,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 197-223 [Gundissalinus, Anonymous d’Alverny, Michael Scot, John Blund, Prohibition 1210-1215].
-------, “A Community of Translators: The Latin Medieval Versions of Avicenna’s Book of the Cure,” in Communities of Learning, pp. 37-54.
Black, Deborah L., “Avicenna’s ‘Vague Individual’ and its Impact on Medieval Latin Philosophy,” in Vehicles, pp. 259-92 [William of Auvergne, Albert the Great, Duns Scotus, Henry of Gent].
-------, “Avicenna on Individuation, Self-Awareness, & God’s Knowledge of Particulars,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 255-81.
Celli, Gaia, “Some Observations about Hermannus Alemannus’ Citations of Avicenna’s Book of the Rhetoric,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 477-513.
de Asúa, Miguel, “War and Peace: Medicine and Natural Philosophy in Albert the Great,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 269-97 [includes Avicenna’s anatomy].
Di Vincenzo, Silvia, “Avicenna’s Isagoge, Chap. I, 12, De Universalibus: Some Observations on the Latin Tradition,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 437-76.
Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Avicennan Troubles: The Mysteries of the Heptagonal House and of the Phoenix,” Tópicos, 42 (2012): 51-73.
Eichner, Heidrun, “Essence and Existence. Thirteenth-Century Perspectives in Arabic-Islamic Philosophy and Theology,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 123-151 [al-Râzî].
-------, “Das Avicennische Corpus Aristotelicum: Zur Virtualisierung des Aristotelestextes in der Postavicennischen Tradition,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 197-235 + discussion pp. 236-39.
El-Bizri, Nader, “Ibn Sînâ’s Ontology and the Question of Being,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 222-37.
Fontaine, Resianne, “’Happy is he whose Children are Boys’: Abraham Ibn Daud and Avicenna on Evil,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 159-75.
Freudenthal, Gad & Zonta, Mauro, “Avicenna among Medieval Jews. The Reception of Avicenna’s Philosophical, Scientific and Medical Writings in Jewish Cultures, East and West,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.2 (2012): 217-87.
Galluzzo, Gabriele, “Two Sense of ‘Common’. Avicenna’s Doctrine of Essence and Aquinas’s View on Individuation,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 309-37.
Germann, Nadja, “Ibn Sînâ, Abû Alî (Avicenna),” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 515-22;
Griffel, Frank, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Use of “Original Human Disposition” (Fitra) and Its Background in the Teachings of al-Farâbî and Avicenna,” The Muslim World, 102.1 (Jan. 2012): 1-32.
Gutas, Dimitri, “Avicenna: The Metaphysics of the Rational Soul,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 417-25.
-------, “The Empiricism of Avicenna,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 391-436.
Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, “Avicenna’s ‘Giver of Forms’ in Latin Philosophy, Especillay in the Works of Albertus Magnus,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 225-49.
Hissette, Roland, “L’Avicenna Latinus et le livre I de la Physique (Sufficientia). À Propos d’une édition en cours,” Revue Philosophique de Louvain, 109.2 (2011): 341-54 [on Jules Janssens’ edition].
Iskandar, Jamil Ibrahim, „O De anima de Aristóteles e a concepçào das faculdades da alma no Kitáb al-Nafs (Livro da Alma, De anima) de Ibn Sina (Avicena),“ Trans/Form/Ação. Revista de Filosofia da UNESP, 34.3 (2011): 41-49.
Janssens, Jules, “The Physics of the Avicenna Latinus and Its Significance for the Reception of Aristotle’s Physics in the West,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 311-330 [reception by Albert].
-------, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî on the Soul: A Critical Approach to Ibn Sînâ,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 562-79.
-------, “The Latin Translation of the Physics: A Useful Source for the Critical Edition of the Arabic Text?,” Oriens 40.2 (2012): 515-28.
-------, “Al-Birr wa l-ithm, Piety and Sin: Possible Farabian Influences on the Young Ibn Sînâ,” Ishraq, 3 (2012): 22.
-------, “Al-Lawkarî’s Reception of Ibn Sînâ’s Ilâhiyyât,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 7-26.
-------, “Ibn Sînâ (Avicenna), Latin Translations of,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 522-27.
-------, “The Reception of Ibn Sîna’s Physics in Later Islamic Thought,” Ilahiyat Studies, 1.1 (Winter/Spring 2010): 15-36 [Bahmanyâr, al-Lawkarî, Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî, and Mullâ Sâdrâ].
-------, “Elements of Avicennian Influence in al-Fanârî’s Theory of Emanation,” in Uluslarasi Molla Fanârî Sempozyumu (4-6 Aralik 2009 Bursa) –Bildilirer International Symposium on Molla Fanârî (4-6 Decelver 2009 Bursa), ed. by Tefkik Yücedogru, Orsan S. Kologlu, U. Murat Kilavuz & Kadir Gömbeyaz (Bursa: Kultür A. S., 2010), pp. 315-27.
-------, „Henry of Ghent and Averroes, in A Companion to Henry of Ghent„ (Brill’s Companions to the Christian Tradition 23). (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2010), pp. 63-83.
 
Kalbarczyk, Alexander, “The Kitâb al-Maqûlât of the Muhtasar al-awsat fî l-mantiq: A Hitherto Unknown Source for Studying Ibn Sînâ’s Reception of Aristotle’s Categories,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 305-54.
Kaukua, Jari, Avicenna on Subjectivity: A Philosophical Study (Jyväskylä Studies in Education, Psychology and Social Research 301). Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 2007, 161 pp., ISBN 9789513927059.
Kiliç, Muhammet Fatih, “Avicenna’s Interpretation of Hudûs,” Beytulhikme, vol. 2 (2011): 104-32 [ in Turkish].
Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “No Reagent, No Reaction: The Barren Transmission of Avicennan Dynamics to Hasdai Crescas,” Aleph, 12.1 (2012): 161-88.
Lizzini, Olga, Avicenna (Pensatori). Roma: Carocci, 2012, 342 pp., ISABN 9788843065165.
López-Farjeat, Luis Xavier, “Self-Awareness (al-shu’ûr bi-al-dhât) in Human and Non-Human Animals in Avicenna’s Psychological Writings,” in Oikeiosis and the Natural Bases of Morality. From Classical Stoicism to Modern Philosophy, ed. by Alejandro G. Vigo (Hildesheim: Georg Olms, 2012), pp. 121-40.
Manekin, Charles H., “Maimonides and the Arabic Aristotelian Tradition,” in Beyond Religious Borders, pp. 78-95 + notes pp. 192-97.
Marmura, Michael E., “Avicenna & Traditional Islamic Belief,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 173-92.
Menn, Stephen, “Fârâbî in the Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics: Averroes against Avicenna on Being and Unity,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 51-96.
Muehlethaler, Lukas, “Revising Avicenna’s Ontology of the Soul: Ibn Kammûna on the Soul’s Eternity a Parte Ante,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 597-616.
Okumus, Mesut, “The Influence of Ibn Sînâ on al-Ghazzâlî in Qur’anic Hermeneutics,” The Muslim World, 102.2 (2012): 390-411.
O’Reilly, Francisco, « La causa essendi como verdadera causa metafísica en el Avicenna Latinus, » Patristica et Mediaevalia, 32 (2011) : 87-98.
Palazzo, Alessandro, « Le citazioni avicenniane nell’opera di Meister Eckhart, » in Universalità della Ragione, II.2, pp. 631-38.
Pickavé, Martin, “On the Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Theory of Individuation,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 339-63.
Pini, Giorgio, “Scotus and Avicenna on What it is to Be a Thing,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 365-87.
Piro, Francesco, “Animalité et connaissance animale. Notes sur la doctrine de l’estimative et sur ses interprétations en Occident,” in Animal et animalité dans la philosophie de la renaissance et de l’âge classique, ed. by Thierry Gontier (Louvain-la-Neuve: Institut Supérieur de Philosophie & Louvain-Paris-Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2005), pp. 131-51.
Porro, Pasquale, “Immateriality and Separation in Avicenna and Thomas Aquinas,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 275-307.
Richardson, Kara, “Avicenna and Aquinas on Form and Generation,’ in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 251-74.
Robinson, James T., “Al-Farabi, Avicenna, & Averroes in Hebrew: Remarks on the Indirect Transmission of Arabic-Islamic Philosophy in Medieval Judaism,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 59-87.
Romero Carrasquillo, Francisco J., “An Abstractionist Correction of Avicenna’s Theory of Intentionality in the Early Averroes,” Acta Philosophica, 20.2 (2011): 405-20.
Sanchez Manzano, María Asunción, “Ramón Llull: Quattuor libri principiorum y la filosofía de su tiempo,” in Universalità della Ragione, II.2, pp. 1169-80.
Schwartz, Yossef, “Thirteenth Century Hebrew Psychological Discussion: The Role of Latin Sources in the Formation of Hebrew Aristotelianism,” in Letter before the Spirit, pp. 173-94.
Sebti, Meryem, “La question de l’authenticité de l’Épître des états de l’âme (Risâla fî ahwâl al-nafs) d’Avicenne,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012): e-open access.
Sileo, Leonardo, “L’Avicenna Latino al tempo dei divieti scolastici del 1210 e 1215. Storia e vicenda storiografica,” in Scientia, Fides, Theologia. Studi di filosofia medievale in onore di Gianfranco Fioravanti, ed. by Stefano Perfetti (Florence; ETS, 2011), pp. 131-72.
Strobino, Riccardo, “Avicenna’s Use of the Arabic Translations of the Posterior Analytics and the Ancient Commentary Tradition,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 355-89.
Uluç, Tahir, “Al-Suhrawardî’s Critique of Ibn Sînâ’s Refutation fo the Platonic Forms,” Ilahiyat Studies, 3.1 (2012): 7-28.
Veit, Raphaela, “Greek Roots, Arab Authoring, Latin Overlay: Reflections on the Sources for Avicenna’s Canon,” in Vehicles, pp. 353-69.
Wisnovsky, Robert, “Essence and Existence in the Eleventh- and Twelfth-Century Islamic East (Mashriq): A Sketch,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 27-50 [Râzî & Suhrawardî].
-------, “Indirect Evidence for Establishing the Text of the Shifâ’,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 257-73.
Witkam, Jan Just, “Avicenna’s Copyists at Work: Codicological Features of the Two Leiden Manuscripts of the Kitâb al-Shifâ’,” Oriens, 40.2 (2012): 223-55.
Zonta, Mauro, “Avicenna’s Metaphysics in the Medieval Hebrew Philosophical Tradition,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 153-58.
-------, “Possible Hebrew Quotations of the Metaphysical Section of Avicenna’s Oriental Philosophy and Their Historical Meaning,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 177-95.
Bahmanyâr
Sebti, Meryem, “The Ontological Link between Body and Soul in Bahmanyâr Kitâb al-Tahsîl,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 525-40.
al-Balkhî
Biesterfeldt, Hans Hinrich, “Abû Zaid al-Balkhî,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 156-67.
Baranî
Syros, Vasileios, “Indian Emergencies: Baranî’s Fatâwâ-l Jahândârî, The Diseases of the Body Politic, and Machiavelli’s Accidenti,” Philosophy East & West, 62.4 (2012): 545-73.
al-Fanârî
Janssens, Jules, “Elements of Avicennian Influence in al-Fanârî’s Theory of Emanation,” in Uluslarasi Molla Fanârî Sempozyumu (4-6 Aralik 2009 Bursa) –Bildilirer International Symposium on Molla Fanârî (4-6 Decelver 2009 Bursa), ed. by Tefkik Yücedogru, Orsan S. Kologlu, U. Murat Kilavuz & Kadir Gömbeyaz (Bursa: Kultür A. S., 2010), pp. 315-27.
 
al-Fârâbî
al-Fârâbî, Fusûs al-hikmat, with a Commentary by Sayyid Isma’il al-Hasanî al-Shanbi Ghâzânî (H. 919) and glossess by Mîr Dâmâd. Tehran: Hekmat Publications, H. 1389, xx-264 pp., ISBN 9789642440146 [thisis  an edition without apparatus criticus of the Fusûs attributed, though probably wrongly, to al-Fârâbî of which Dieterici gave a first ed. in 1890; it is followed by the commentary for which there is an apparatus criticus and then by the glosses for which there is no apparatus criticus].
al-Fârâbî, Abû Nasr, La politique civile ou les principes des existants, text, transl. & commentary by Amor Cherni (Sagesses philosophiques). Beirut: Albouraq, 2012, 222 pp., ISBN 9782841615322.
Al-Fârâbî, Abû Nasr, Le livre du régime politique, intro., transl. & commentaries by Philippe Vallat (Sagesses médiéavles). Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2012, xxxii-265 pp., ISBN 9782251181141.
al-Fârâbî, Abû Nasr, La religion (al-Milla), text, transl. & commentary by Amor Cherni (Sagesses philosophiques). Beirut: Albouraq, 2012, 116 pp., ISBN 9782841615537.
al-Fârâbî, Abû Nasr, Opinions des habitants de la cité vertueuse, text, transl. & commentary by Amor Cherni (Sagesses philosophiques). Beirut: Albouraq, 2011, 331 pp., ISBN 9782841615124.
Al-Farabi, Abu Nasr, Die Prinzipien der Ansichten der Bewohner der vortrefflichen Stadt, ed. & transl. by Cleophea Ferrari. Stuttgart: Reclam, 2009, 163 pp., ISBN 9783150186633.
Al-Fârâbî, Abû Nasr, Épître sur l’intellect (risâla fî l’’aql), intro., transl, and commentaries, followed by “Onto-noétique. L’intellect et les intellects chez Fârâbî,” by Philippe Vallat (Sagesses médiévales). Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2012, lxxxii-230 pp., ISBN 9782251183138.
Campagna, Norbert, Alfarabi-Denker zwischen Orient und Okzident. Berlin: Parodos, 2010, 212 pp., ISBN 9783938880364.
Culleton, Alfredo, “Alfarabi y Maimonides: la misión trascultural de la filosofía. Alfarabi and Maimonides: the transcultural mission of philosophy,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 27-32.
Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Islam & Christianity: One Divine & Human Language or Many Human Languages,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 39-57 [earlier version in Journal of Religion & Society, 9 (2007)].
Gleede, Benjamin, “Creatio ex nihilo – A Genuinely Philosophical Insight Derived from Plato and Aristotle? Some Notes on The Treatise on the Harmony between the Two Sages,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.1 (2012): 91-117.
Griffel, Frank, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Use of “Original Human Disposition” (Fitra) and Its Background in the Teachings of al-Farâbî and Avicenna,” The Muslim World, 102.1 (Jan. 2012): 1-32.
Janos, Damien, Method, Structure, and Development in al-Fârâbî’s Cosmology (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 85). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, xii-455 pp., ISBN 9789004206151.
Janssens, Jules, “Al-Birr wa l-ithm, Piety and Sin: Possible Farabian Influences on the Young Ibn Sînâ,” Ishraq, 3 (2012): 22.
López-Farjeat, Luis Xavier, “Faith, Reason, & Religious Diversity in al-Farabi’s “Book of Letters”,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 193-215.
Menn, Stephen, “Fârâbî in the Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics: Averroes against Avicenna on Being and Unity,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 51-96.
Nanji, Shamas, Al-Farabi the philosopher who invents. Edmonton, Canada: the author, 2012, 156 pp., no ISBN [a collection of poems in English to the glory of al-Farabi or on Farabian themes].
Riggs, Timothy, “Elements of the Authentic Self in al-Fârâbî: Between Alexander and Proclus,” Dionysius 29 (Dec. 2011): 61-80.
Robinson, James T., “Al-Farabi, Avicenna, & Averroes in Hebrew: Remarks on the Indirect Transmission of Arabic-Islamic Philosophy in Medieval Judaism,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 59-87.
Rudolph, Ulrich, “Abû Nasr al-Fârâbî,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 363-457.
Steiris, Georgios, “Isidore of Seville and Al-Farabi on Animals: Ontology and Ethics,” in Animal Ethics. Past and Present Perspectives, ed. by Evangelos D. Protopapadakis (Berlin: Logos Verlag, 2012), pp. 95-102.
-------, “Al-Farabi’s Ecumenical State and its Modern Connotations,” Skepsis, 22.3 (2012): 253-61.
-------, The Foundations of Medieval Practical Philosophy: Al-Farabi on Ethics and Politics. Athens: Institute of Book Kardamitsa, 2011, 219 pp., ISBN 9789603542773 [in Greek].
Thomann, Johannes, “Ein al-Fârâbî zugeschriebener Kommentar zum Almagest (Hs. Tehran Maglis 6531),” Zeitschrift für Geschichte der arabisch-islamischen Wissenschaften, 19 (2010-2011): 35-76.
Vallat, Philippe, “Al-Fârâbî’s Arguments for the Eternity of the World and the Contingency of Natural Phenomena,” in Interpreting the Bible and Aristotle, pp. 259-86.
-------, “al-Fârâbî,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 345-52.
Zonta, Mauro, “About Todros Todrosi’s Medieval Hebrew Translation of al-Farabi’s Lost Long Commentary/Gloss Commentary on Aristotle’s Topics, Book VIII,” History and Philosophy of Logic, 32 (2011): 37-45.
al-Hâritî
De Smet, Daniel, “La perfection de l’intellect et de l’âme selon le Kitâb al-Anwâr al-latîfa de Muhammad b. Tâhir al-Hâritî (m. 1188). Recherches de noétique ismaélienne,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 39-47.
Hunayn ibn Ishâq
Boudin-Millot, Véronique, “Le corpus galénique d’après Hunayn, Risâla, transl.,” in Entre Orient et Occident, pp. 365-69.
Gutas, Dimitri, “Hunain ibn Ishâq,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 480-96.
Käs, Fabian, “Eine neue Handschrift von Hunain ibn Ishâqs Galenbibliographie,” Zeitschrift für Geschichte der arabisch-islamischen Wissenschaften, 19 (2010-2011): 135-93 [with ed. and transl.].
Ibn ‘Adî
Doru, Nesim, « The Analysis of Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî’s Metaphysical Opinions, » Parole de l’Orient, 37 (2012): 431-52.
Endress, Gerhard, “Yahyâ Ibn ‘Adî,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 301-24.
Griffith, Sidney H., « The Virtue of Continence (al-‘iffah) and the ‘Perfect Man’ (al-insân al-kâmil) : An Islamochristian Inquiry in Abbasid Religious and Philosophical Circles. Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî and Elisa of Nisibis in Defense of the Christian Practice of Lifelong Celibacy, » in Gotteserlebnis und Gotteslehre. Christliche und islamische Mystik im Orient, ed. by Martin Tamcke (Göttinger Orientforschungen I. Reihe: Syriaca 38) (Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 2010), pp. 25-47.
Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, « Un caso de diálogo religioso en el siglo X : las respuestas del filósofo cristiano Yahyâ b. ‘Adî al judío ‘Irs b. ‘Uthmân. » in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 123-29.
Schöck, Cornelia, « The Controversy between al-Kindî and Yahyâ b. ‘Adî on the Trinity (part one) : A Revival of the Controversy between Eunomius and the Cappadocian Fathers, » Oriens, 40.1 (2012) : 1-50.
Yamamoto, Yoshihisa, « Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî on Reason and Faith : A Structural Analysis of The Reformation of Morals, » Parole de l’Orient, 37 (2012): 453-74.
Ibn Bâjjah (Avempace)
Lomba, Joaquín, « Le sens du Kitâb al-nafs dans la pensée et l’œuvre d’Ibn Bâyya, » Ishraq, 3 (2012) : 365-79.
Pacifico, Marcello, « La Coronatio hierosolymitana del 1229 : le speculum dignitatis regis di Frederico II. Un viaggio da Gerusalemme alla Sicilia nell’arcipelago mediterraneo della conoscenza, » in Universalità della Ragione, II.1, pp. 245-60.
Ibn Bakhtîshû’
Contadini, Anna, A World of Beasts: A Thirteenth-Century Illustrated Arabic Book on Animals (the Kitâb Na’t al-Hayawân) in the Ibn Bakhtîshû’ Tradition. Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, xiv-209 pp., ISBN 9789004201002 [speaks of Aristotle’s Kitâb al-Hayawân].
Ibn Farîghûn
Biesterfeldt, Hans Hinrich, “Ibn Farîghûn,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 167-70.
Ibn al-Khammâr
Endress, Gerhard, “Ibn al-Khammâr,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 333-41.
Ibn Hindû
Ferrari, Cleophea, “Ein Brückenschlag zwischen der Kindî-Tradition und der Bagdader Schiule: Ibn Hindû,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 210-38.
Ibn Kammûna
Ibn Kammûna, Examen de la critique des trois religions monothéistes (Tanqîh al-abhâth lil-milal al-thalâth), Forword and transl. by Simon Bellahsen and preceded by « La vie, l’œuvre et la pensée philosophique d’Ibn Kammûna » by Réza Pourjavady & Sabine Schmidtke (Sic et non). Paris : Vrin, 2012, 206 pp., ISBN 9782711623549.
Muehlethaler, Lukas, “Revising Avicenna’s Ontology of the Soul: Ibn Kammûna on the Soul’s Eternity a Parte Ante,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 597-616.
Naji, Hamed, « Ibn Kammûna : A Jewish Philosopher in the School of Illumination, » Ishraq, 2 (2011) : 144-49.
Ibn Khaldûn
Alami, Ahmed, “Diagramme et puissance chez Ibn Khaldûn et Michel Foucault,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 161-86.
Benmakhlouf, Ali, “Les usages de Ibn Khaldûn et Michel Foucault,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 9-13.
-------, “Ibn Khaldûn, Foucault, rationalité historique et rationalité discursive,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 43-51.
El Cheikh, Nadia Maria, “Ibn Khaldûn, a Late Historian of Byzantium,” in Knotenpunkt Byzanz, pp. 534-48.
Himmich, Ben Salem, Ibn Khaldûn: un philosophe de l’histoire. Rabat: Editions Marsam, 2006, 175 pp., ISBN 9789954210499.
Ibn Jaldún: entre al-Andalus y Argelia: Catalog of an exhibition held in the Palais de la Culture, Argel, March 13-May 31, 2007. Granada: Fundación El Legado Andalusi, 2007, 159 pp., ISBN 9788496395343.
Koetschet, Pauline, “Ibn Khaldûn et Michel Foucault: Deux types de rationalité à l’épreuve de la folie,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 101-14.
Megherbi, Abdelghani, La pensée sociologique d’Ibn Khaldoun. Algiers: Casbah editions, 2010, 239 pp., ISBN 9789961648889.
Naylor, Phillip C., “Islamic Humanism in the Thought of Ibn Khaldun & Malik bin Nabi,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 217-42.
Ogilvie, Bertrand, “La question d’une rationalité paradoxale. A partir d’une lecture conjointe de Ibn Khaldûn et Michel Foucault,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 53-65.
Piqué, Nicolas, “Théorie de la catastrophe et événement chez Ibn Khaldûn,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 81-100.
Snoussi, Syrine, “Rapport de synthèse,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 187-97.
Steinworth, Ulrich, “Quelques conjectures sur la méthodologie des sciences humaines,” in Ibn Khaldûn, pp. 115-34.
Türker, Ömer, “The Nature of Royal Authority (Mulk) in the Context of Continuity and Mutability in Ibn Khaldûn’s Thought,” IlahiyatStudies, 3.1 (2012): 29-47.
Ibn al-Malâhimî
Madelung, Wilferd, “Ibn al-Malâhimî on the Human Soul,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 426-32.
Ibn al-Muqaffa’
Verskin, Alan, “The Theology of Jacob ben El’azar’s Hebrew Version of Ibn al-Muqaffa’s Kalilah wa-dimnah,” Revue des Études Juives, 170.3-4 (2011): 465-75.
Ibn al-Râhib
Sidarus, Adel, “À propos de deux textes sur la création-contingence du monde transmis dans un recueil médiéval copto-arabe,” Zeitschrift für Geschichte der arabisch-islamischen Wissenschaften, 19 (2010-2011): 121-34 [Philoponus & Ibn al-Râhib].
Ibn Sab’în
Cornell, Vincent J., “The All-Comprehensive Circle (al-Ihâta): Soul, Intellect, and the Oneness of Existence in the Doctrine of Ibn Sab’în,” in Sufism and Theology, pp. 31-48.
Spallino, Patrizia, “Ibn Sab’în, Abd al-Haqq,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 507-14.
Ibn al-Samh
Endress, Gerhard, “Ibn al-Samh,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 341-52.
Ibn al-Tayyib
Baffioni, Carmela, “Il manoscritto Ambrosiano arabo “& 105 sup.” e la trasmissione delle opere di logica greca in arabo,” Studia graeco-arabica, 2 (2012), e-open access.
Ferrari, Cleophea, “Abû l-Faraj Ibn at-Taiyib,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 346-52.
Ibn Tufayl
Reyna, Ricardo Felipe Albert, “Ibn Tufayl’s Theory of Knowledge Revisited,” Ishraq, 3 (2012): 408-11.
Ibn Zur’a
Endress, Gerhard, “’Îsâ Ibn Zur’a,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 325-333.
Ikhwân as-Safâ’
Epistles of the Brethren of Purity. On Magic, an Arabic Critical Edition and English Translation of EPISTLE 52, Part 1, ed. and transl. by Godefroid de Callataÿ & Bruno Halflants. Oxford: Oxford University Press with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2011, 336 pp., ISBN 9780199638956.
Epistles of the brethren of Purity. On Arithmetic and Geometry, an Arabic Critical Edition and English translation of EPISTLES 1 & 2, ed. and transl. by Nader El-Bizri. Oxford: Oxford University Press with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2012, 368 pp., ISBN 9780199655601.
de Callataÿ, G., “Plato Ikhwanianus. Retour sur le récit platonicien de l’anneau de Gygès dans l’encyclopédie des Frères de la Pureté,”Res Antiquae, 7 (2010): 55-62 [transl of Plato’s narrative about Gyges’ ring in Epistle 52].
Den Heijer, J. & La Spissa, P., “La migration du savoir entre les communautés. Le cas de la littérature arabe chrétienne,” Res Antiquae, 7 (2010): 63-72 [similarities between Sulaymân al-Ghazzî and the Ikhwân].
De Smet, Daniel, “Die Enzyklopädie der Ikhwân as-Safâ’,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 531-39.
Janssens, Jules, “The Ikhwân as-Safâ’ on King-Prophet Solomon,” in the Figure of Solomon in Jewish, Christian and Islamic Tradition. King, Sage, Architect, ed. by Jospeh Verheyden (Themes in Biblical Narrative: Jewish and Christian Traditions 16). (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2013), pp. 241-53 [in fact 2012].
Reymond, Pierre-Louis, “La question de la mentalité à travers la démarche des Ikhwân al-Safâ’ dans la 17e Nuit du Kitâb al-Imtâ’ wa-l-Mu’ânasa d’Abû Hayyân al-Tawhîdî,” Bulletin d’études orientales, 60 (2011): 123-44.
al-Jâhiz
Behzadi, Lale, Sprache und Verstehen: Al-Jâhiz über die Vollkommenheit des Ausdrucks (Diskurse der Arabistik). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 209, 186 pp., ISBN 9783447056984 (hbk) & 9783447056983 (pbk).
Crone, Patricia, “The Dahrîs According to al-Jâhiz,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 63 (2010-2011): 63-82.
Montgomery, James E., “Why al-Jâhiz Needs Slonimsky’s Earbox,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, 131.4 (2011): 623-34 [a review article of Behzadi].
al-Kindî
The Philosophical Works of Al-Kindî, intro., transl. and notes by Peter Adamson & Peter E. Pormann (Studies in Islamic Philosophy). Karachi: Oxford University Press, 2012, lxxvi-363 pp., ISBN 9780199062805 [contains 1. On First Philosophy; 2. Three Texts against the Infinity of the World; 3. On the True Agent; 4. Against the Trinity; 5. On the Intellect; 6. On Recollection; 7. That There Are Incorporeal Substances; 8. Discourse on the Soul; 9. A Concise and Brief Statement About the Soul; 10. On the Quiddity of Sleep and Dreams; 11. Two Texts on Colour; 12. On the Proximate Agent Cause of Generation and Corruption; 13. The Prostration of the Outermost Body; 14. On the Nature of the Celestial Sphere; 15. On Why the Ancients Related the Five Geometric Shapes to the Elements; 16. Why the Higher Atmosphere is Cold; 17. On Rays; 18. On Dispelling Sorrows; 19. The Sayings of Socrates; 20. On the Quantity of Aristotle’s Books; 21. On the Definitions and Descriptions of Things; 22. On the Five Essences; 23. Three Fragments].
Biesterfeldt, Hans Hinrich, “Al-Kindî’s Schule: von Bagdad nach Transoxanien,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 148-56.
Endress, Gerhard & Adamson, Peter, “Abû Yûsuf al-Kindî,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 92-147.
Ighbariah, Ahmad, “Between Logic and Mathematics: Al-Kindî’s Approach to the Aristotelian Categories,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.1 (2012): 51-68.
Schöck, Cornelia, « The Controversy between al-Kindî and Yahyâ b. ‘Adî on the Trinity (part one) : A Revival of the Controversy between Eunomius and the Cappadocian Fathers, » Oriens, 40.1 (2012) : 1-50 [whether the text on the Trinity is really by al-Kindî is not certain].
al-Lawkarî
Janssens, Jules, “Al-Lawkarî’s Reception of Ibn Sînâ’s Ilâhiyyât,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 7-26.
Liber de causis
Bonin, Thérèse, “Albert’s De causis and the Creation of Being,” in Companion to Albert, pp. 688-94.
D’Ancona, Cristina, “Nota sulla traduzione latina del Libro di Aristotele sull’esposizione del bene puro e sul titolo Liber de Causis,” in Scientia, Fides, Theologia. Studi di filosofia medievale in onore di Gianfranco Fioravanti, ed. by Stefano Perfetti (Florence; ETS, 2011), pp. 89-101.
Meliadò, Mario, “Scientia peripateticorum: Heymericus de Campo, the Book of causes, and the Debate over Universals in the Fifteenth Century,” Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales, 79.1 (2012): 195-230 [includes ed. of Heymericus’ short commentary on Liber de causis].
Retucci, Fiorella, “Eckhart, Proclo e il Liber de Causis,” in Universalità della Ragione, II.2, pp. 603-11.
Taylor, Richard C., “Primary causality and ibdâ’ (creare) in the Liber de causis,” in Wharheit und Geschichte. Die gebrochene Tradition metaphysischen Denkens. Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Günther Mensching, ed. by Alia Mensching-Estakhr & Michael Städtler (Wurzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2012), pp. 115-36.
Liber de pomo
Kotzia, Paraskevi, “Liber de pomo,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 475-79.
Mîr Dâmâd
al-Fârâbî, Fusûs al-hikmat, with a Commentary by Sayyid Isma’il al-Hasanî al-Shanbi Ghâzânî (H. 919) and glossess by Mîr Dâmâd. Tehran: Hekmat Publications, H. 1389, xx-264 pp., ISBN 9789642440146 [this is an edition without apparatus criticus of the Fusûs attributed, though probably wrongly, to al-Fârâbî of which Dieterici gave a first ed. in 1890; it is followed by the commentary for which there is an apparatus criticus and then by the glosses for which there is no apparatus criticus].
Miskawayh
Adamson, Peter & Pormann, Peter A., “More Heat than Light: Miskawayh’s Epistle on the Soul and the Intellect,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 478-524.
Endress, Gerhard, “Antike Ethik-Traditionen in der islamische Gesellschaft: Abû ‘Alî Miskawaih,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 156-67.
 
Marcotte, Roxanne D., “Ibn Miskawayh’s Tartîb al-sa’âdât (The Order of Happiness),” in Monotheism & Ethics, pp. 141-61.
Spallino, Patrizia, “Du livre de la médecine spirituelle: l’âme et l’éthique chez Miskawayh,” Mediaeval Sophia, 9 (Jan.-June 2011): 21-31.
Mullâ Sadrâ
Chittick, William C., “Mullâ Sadrâ on Perception,” in Chittick, In Search of the Lost Heart: Expolorations in Islamic Thought, ed. by Mohammed Rustom, Atif Khalil & Kazuyo Murata (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2012), pp. 221-31 [original publication 2000].
Haidar, Mahmoud, “La grande sagesse dans la sagesse transcendante-le role du Coran dans la philosophie de Sadr ad-Dîn ash-Shirâzî,” al-Machriq, 85.1 (2011): 49-69 [in Arabic].
Hani, Idris, “A trans-disciplinary Treatment of Mullâ Sadrâ’s Transcendent Wisdom,” al-Mahajja, 24 (Winter-Spring 2012): 157-80 [in Turkish].
Müller-Kessier, Christa, “Philosophy as a Way of Life in the World of Islam: Applying Hadot to the Study of Mullâ Sadrâ Shîrâzî (d. 1635),” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 75.1 (2012):1-31.
Rustom, Mohammed, The Triumph of Mercy: Philosophy and Scripture in Mulla Sadra. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2012, 224 pp., ISBN 9781438443416.
Nizâm al-Mulk
Khismatulin, Alexey A., “To Forge a Book in the Medieval Ages: Nezâm al-Molk’s Siyar al-Moluk (Siyâsat Nâma),” Journal of Persianate Studies, 1.1 (2008): 30-66.
Qustâ ibn Lûqâ
Qustâ ibn Lûqâ, al-Ba’labakki, Épître sur la différence entre l’esprit et l’âme, ed. & transl. Gértard Troupeau with Joseph Dagher, with homage to Troupeau by André Miquel. Paris: Geuthner, 2011, 67+31 pp., ISBN 9782705338572.
Qutb al-Dîn Ashkevarî
Terrier, Mathieu, “Qutb al-Dîn Ashkevarî, un philosophe discret de la renaissance safavide,” Studia Iranica, 40.2 (2011): 171-210.
al-Râzî, Abû Bakr
Adamson, Peter, “Abû Bakr al-Râzî on Animals,” Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 94 (2012): 249-73.
Daiber, Hans, “Abû Bakr ar-Râzî,” in in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 261-89.
al-Sijistânî
Endress, Gerhard, “Die Integration philosophischer Traditionen in der islamischen Gesellschaft des 4./10. Jahrhunderts: al-Tauhîdî und al-Sijistânî,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt:8.-10., pp. 185-209.
Sirhindî
Giordani, Demetrio, “Conoscenza e visio beatifica. Il Punto di vista di Shaykh Ahmad Sirhindî,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 67-73.
al-Suhrawardî
Aawani, Gholamreza, “A Comparative Analysis of the Method of Historiography of Philosophy, as Envisaged by Suhrawardi, Aristotle and Hegel,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 189-201.
Aminrazavi, Mehdi, “How Avicennian was Suhrawardi’s Theory of Knowledge,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 119-30.
Eshkevari, Mohammad Fanael, “Sohravardi and the Question of Knowledge,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 131-43.
Hameen-Anttila, Jaakko, “Suhrawardî’s Western Exile as Artistic Prose,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 105-18.
Hatem, Jad, “Suhrawardi’s Phenomenology of Ipseity,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 61-67.
Marcotte, Roxanne D., “Suhrawardî’s Realm of the Imaginal,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 68-79.
Panzeca, Ivana, “Il Partau Nâmah di Sohravardî: elementi filosofici e teologici,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 109-14.
Pazouki, Shahram, “The East of Suhrawardî and the West of Heidegger: A Comparative Study of Heidegger and Suhrawardî’s Views on the Ancient Greek Philosophers,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 98-104.
Salamah-Qudsi, “The Everlasting Sufi: Achieving the Final Destination of the Path (Intihâ’) in the Sufi Teachings of al-Suhrawardî (d. 632/1234),” Journal of Islamic Studies, 22.3 (2011): 313-38.
Uluç, Tahir, “Al-Suhrawardî’s Critique of Ibn Sînâ’s Refutation of the Platonic Forms,” Ilahiyat Studies, 3.1 (2012): 7-28.
Walbridge, John, “The Devotional and Occult Works of Suhrawardî the Illuminationist,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 80-97.
al-Taftazânî
Tiryaki, Mehmet Zahit, “Sa’daddin al-Taftazânî’s Tahzib al-Mantiq: Introduction, Critical Edition, Translation,” Dîvân. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 17.1, n. 32 (2012): 129-67 [in Turkish].
al-Tawhîdî
Griffel, Frank & Hachmeier, Klaus, “Prophets as Physicians of the Soul: A Dispute About the Relationship Between Reason and Revelation Reported by al-Tawhîdî in his Book of Delightful and Intimate Conversations (Kitâb al-Imtâ’ wa-l-mu’ânasa),” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 63 (2010-2011): 223-58.
Reymond, Pierre-Louis, “La figure du kâtib à partir de la 7e nuit du Kitâb al-Imtâ’ wa-l-muânasa de Tawhîdî,” Arabica, 59.1-2 (2012): 35-52.
-------,“La question de la mentalité à travers la démarche des Ikhwân al-Safâ’ dans la 17e Nuit du Kitâb al-Imtâ’ wa-l-Mu’ânasa d’Abû Hayyân al-Tawhîdî,” Bulletin d’études orientales, 60 (2011): 123-44.
Thâbit ibn Qurra
Gutas, Dimitri, “Thâbit ibn Qurra,” in Philosophie in der islamischen Welt: 8.-10., pp. 496-511.
al-Tûsî
Panzeca, Ivana, “Nasîr al-Dîn al-Tûsî,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 825-31.
Puig Montada, Josep, “El pensamiento en Irán después de Avicena. El ejemplo de Nasîr al-Dîn at-Tûsî,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 18 (2011): 23-36.
Section II. Kalâm
General Studies
Ansari, Hassan, “Un muhaddith mu’tazilite zaydite: Abû Sa’d al-Sammân al-Râzî et ses Amâlî,” Arabica, 59.3-4 (2012): 267-90.
Ansari, Hassan & Schmidtke, Sabine, “Brief Communication. Iranian Zaydism during the 7th/13th Century: Abû l-Fadl b. Shahrdawîr al-Daylamî al-Jîlânî and his Commentary on the Qur’ân,” Journal Asiatique, t. 299.1 (2011): 205-11.
Berger, Lutz, Islamische Theologie. Vienna: Facultas.WUV, 2010, 253 pp., ISBN 9783825233037.
Craig, William Lane & Sinclair, James D., “The kalam cosmological argument,” in The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology, ed. by William Lane Craig & J. P. Moreland (Chichester, UK & Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell,2009),  pp. 101-201 [not much to do with falsafa or kalâm].
Dempsey, Deirdre, “The Question of ‘first language’ in Arabic, Syriac, & Hebrew Texts,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 25-37.
De Smet, Daniel, “Philosophie grecque et religion musulmane: Aristote comme exégète du Coran selon la tradition shi’ite ismaélienne,” Ishraq, 2 (2011): 344-63.
Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Islam & Christianity: One Divine & Human Language or Many Human Languages,” in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 39-57 [earlier version in Journal of Religion & Society, 9 (2007)].
Eichner, Wolfgang, “Byzantine Accounts of Islam,” in Doctrine and Debate, pp. 109-71 [transl. by Gwendolin Goldbloom from 1936 German].
Fishman, Talya, “Claims about the Mishna and the Epistle of Sherira Gaon: Islamic Theology and Jewish History,” in Beyond Religious Borders, pp. 65-77 + notes pp. 184-92 [on i’jâz al-Qurân].
Griffel, Frank, “Kalâm,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 665-72.
Griffith, Sidney H., “Disputes with Muslims in Syriac Christian Texts: From Patriarch John (d. 648) to Bar Hebraeus (d. 1286),” in Doctrine and Debate, pp. 173-95 [1992 original].
-------, “The First Christian Summa Theologiae in Arabic: Christian Kalâm in Ninth-Century Palestine,” in Doctrine and Debate, pp. 361-77 [1990 original].
Kukkonen, Taneli, « Theology versus Philosophy in the Arabic World, » in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 1270-76.
Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “One Ethic for Three Faiths,” in Monotheism & Ethics, pp. 197-218 [about anonymous Greek text, transl.into Arabic by the Christian Ibn Zur’a, quoted by the Muslim Ibn Ridwân, and in Hebrew version by Judah Harîzî].
Lasker, Daniel J., « The Impact of Interreligious Polemic on Medieval Philosophy, » in Beyond Religious Borders, pp. 115-23 + notes pp. 200-203.
Omar, Irfan A., « Delhi’s Debates on Ahl-i Kitâb : Dara Shikuh’s Islamization of the Upanishads, » in Judeo-Christian-Islamic Heritage, pp. 89-109.
Poonawala, Ismail K., « An Early Doctrinal Controversy in the Iranian School of Isma’ili Thought and Its Implications, » Journal of Persianate Studies, 5.1 (2012) : 17-34.
Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, « Un caso de diálogo religioso en el siglo X : las respuestas del filósofo cristiano Yahyâ b. ‘Adî al judío ‘Irs b. ‘Uthmân. » in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 123-29.
Reilly, Robert R., The Closing of the Muslim Mind : How Intellectual Suicide Created the Modern Islamist Crisis. Welmington, DE : ISI Books, 2010, xii-244 pp., ISBN 1933859911.
Schmidtke, Sabine, « The History of Zaydî Studies : An Introduction, » Arabica, 59.3-4 (2012) : 185-99.
Schwarb, Gregor, « Mu’tazilism in a 20th century Zaydî Qur’ân commentary, » Arabica, 59.3-4 (2012) : 372-403.
Shihadeh, Ayman, « Classical Ash’arî Anthropology : Body, Life and Spirit, » The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 433-77.
Stroumsa, Sarah, « The Signs of Prophecy : The Emergence and Early Development of a Theme in Arabic Theological Literature, » in Doctrine and Debate, pp. 197-210 [1985 original].
Thiele, Jan, « La causalité selon al-Hâkim al-Ghishumî, » Arabica, 59.3-4 (2012) : 291-318.
Thomas, David, “The Open and the Closed in Early Muslim Society,” in Encounters of the Children of Abraham, pp. 183-97.
Thomas, David & Mallett, Alexander, Christian-Muslim relations. A Bibliographical History, vol. 4 (1200-1350). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012, pp. xiii-1030, ISBN 9789004228542.
Tischler, Matthias M., “Eine fast vergessene Gedächtnisspur. Der byzantinisch-lateinische Wissentransfer zum Islam (8.-13. Jahrhundert),” in Knotenpunkt Byzanz, pp. 167-95.
Trizio, Michele, “A Neoplatonic Refutation of Islam from the Time of the Komneni,” in Knotenpunkt Byzanz, pp. 145-66.
van Ess, Josef, Der Eine und das Andere. Beobachtungen an islamischen häresiographischen Texten, 2 vol. (Studien zur Geschichte und Kultur des islamischen Orients 23). Berlin/New York: De Gruyter, 2010, vol. 1: 1-738 pp. & vol. 2: 739-1511 pp., ISBN for set 9783110215779.
Wisnovsky, Robert, “One Aspect of the Akbarian Turn in Shî’î Theology,” in Sufism and Theology, pp. 49-62 [companion piece to “One Aspect of the Avicennian Turn in Sunnî Theology,” Arabic Science and Philosophy, 14.1 (2004): 65-100].
Yücesoy, Hayrettin, “Political Anarchism, Dissent, and Marginal Groups in the Early Ninth Century: The Sûfîs of the Mu’tazila Revisited,” in The Lineaments of Islam, ed. by Paul M. Cobb (Islamic History and Civilization 95) (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2012), pp.61-84.
Zouggar, Nadjet, “L’impeccabilité du Prophète Muhammad dans le credo Sunnite d’al-Ash’arî (m. 324/935) à Ibn Taymiyya (m. 728/1328).” Bulletin d’études orientales, 60 (2011): 73-89.
Abû Hâtim al-Râzî
Abû Hâtim al-Râzî, The Proofs of Prophecy, A parallel English-Arabic text transl., intro. and notes by Tarif Khalidi (Islamic Translation Series). Prov, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 2011, xxiv-267 pp. + 243 Arabic pp.
Abû Qurrah
Markov, Smilen, “Theodor ‘Abû Qurra als Nachfolger des Johannes von Damaskus,” in Knotenpunkt Byzanz, pp. 111-22.
al-Bâqillânî
Schmidtke, Sabine, “Early Ash’arite Theology: Abû Bakr al-Bâqillânî (d. 403/1013) and his Hidâyat al-mustarshidîn,” Bulletin d’études orientales, 60 (2011): 39-71 [with ed.].
al-Ghazâlî
Abu Bakar, Ibrahim, “Revelation and Reason in the Works of Abû Hâmid al-Ghazâlî,” Hamdard Islamicus, 34.4 (2011): 41-53.
Akasoy, Anna, “Al-Ghazâlî, Ramon Llull and Religionswissenschaft,” The Muslim World, 102.1 (Jan. 2012): 33-59.
Al-Akiti, M. Afifi, “Index to Divisions of al-Ghazâlî’s often-Cited Published Works,” The Muslim World, 102.1 (Jan. 2012):70-200 [a research and reference tool].
Birgül, Mehmet Fatih, “Discussion of Causality Based on the Conceptions of Nature of Ibn Rushd and al-Ghazâlî,” Ilahiyat Studies, 1.2 (Summer/Fall 2010): 241-58.
Burrell, David B., “Maimonides, Aquinas and Ghazali,” Scottish Journal of Theology, 61.3 (2008): 270-87.
Dallh, Minlib, “The Quest for the Divine: al-Ghazâlî and Saint Bruno of Cologne,” The Muslim World, 102.1 (Jan. 2012): 60-69.
Garden, Kenneth, “Coming Down from the Mountaintop: Al-Ghazâlî’s Autobiographical Writings in Context,” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 581-96.
-------, “Al-Mâzarî al-Dhakî: al-Ghazâlî’s Maghribi Adversary in Nishapur,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 21.1 (2010): 89-107.
Gianotti, Timothy J., “Beyond Both Law and Theology: An Introduction to al-Ghazâlî’s “Science of the Way of the Afterlife” in Reviving Religious Knowledge (Ihyâ’ ‘Ulûm al-Dîn),” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 597-613.
Griffel, Frank, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Use of “Original Human Disposition” (Fitra) and Its Background in the Teachings of al-Farâbî and Avicenna,” The Muslim World, 102.1 (Jan. 2012): 1-32.
-------, “The Western Reception of al-Ghazâlî’s Cosmology from the Middle Ages to the 21st Century,” Dîvân, 16.1, n. 30 (2011): 33-62 [in Turkish].
Günaydin, Yusuf Turan, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Translations in Turkish: A Bibliographical Sketch of the Ottoman and Post-1928 Periods,” Dîvân, 16.1, n. 30 (2011): 63-90 [in Turkish].
Janssens, Jules, “Al-Ghzâlî between Philosophy (Falsafa) and Sufism (Tasawwuf): His Complex Attitude in the Marvels of the Heart (‘Ajâ’ib al-Qalb) of the Ihyâ ‘Ulûm al-Dîn,” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 614-32.
Kukkonen, Taneli, “Receptive to Reality: Al-Ghazâlî on the Structure of the Soul,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 541-61.
-------, “The Good, the Beautiful, and the True: Aesthetical Issues in Islamic Philosophy,” Studia Orientalia, 111 (2011): 95-111.
-------, “Al-Ghazâlî on Accidental Identity and the Attributes,” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 658-79.
-------, “al-Ghazâlî,” in Enc.Med.Phil., pp. 382-87.
Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “The “Hebrew Ajwiba” Ascribed to al-Ghazâlî: Corpus, Conspectus, and Context,” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 680-97.
Leites, Adrien, “Ghazzâlî’s Alteration of hadîths: Processes and Meaning,” Oriens, 40.1 (2012): 133-48.
Maiza Ozcoidi, Idoia, “La Doctrina de la Creación del Mundo en Algazel,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 18 (2011): 37-53.
Martínez Lorca, Andrés, “La crítica de Al-Gazzali al racionalismo filosófico islámico y la refutación de Averroes,” La Ciudad de Díos, 225.1 (2012): 161-88.
Mohamed, Yasien, “The Ethics of Education: al-Isfahânî’s al-Dharî’a as a Source of Inspiration for al-Ghazâlî’s Mîzân al-‘Amal,” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 633-57.
Okumus, Mesut, “The Influence of Ibn Sînâ on al-Ghazzâlî in Qur’anic Hermeneutics,” The Muslim World, 102.2 (2012): 390-411.
Peta, Ines, “Il cuore come organo della conoscenza divina nel Kitâb Sharkh ‘ajâ’ib al-qalb di Abû Hâmid al-Ghazâlî,” in Universalità della Ragione, III, pp. 115-21.
Shihadeh, Ayman, “Khojazada on al-Ghazalî’s Criticism of the Philosophers’ Proof of the Existence of God,” in International Symposium on Khojazada (22-24 October 2010 Bursa): Proceedings (Bursa: Bursa Büyüksehir Belediyesi), pp. 141-61.
Treiger, Alexander, “Al-Ghazâlî’s “Mirror Christology” and Its Possible East-Syriac Sources,” The Muslim World, 101.4 (Oct. 2011): 698-713.
-------, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Classification of the Sciences and Descriptions of the Highest Theoretical Science,” Dîvân, 16.1, n. 30 (2011): 1-32 [in Turkish].
Yaqub, Aladdin M., “Al-Ghazâlî’s Ethical Egoism and Divine Will,” in Monotheism & Ethics, pp. 163-96.
Ibn Hazm
Adang, Camilla, “’This day I have perfected your religion for you’: A Zâhirî Conception of Religious Authority,” in Speaking for Islam. Religious Authorities in Muslim Societies, ed. by Gudrun Krämer & Sabine Schmidtke (Leiden: Brill, 2006), pp. 15-48.
Kologlu, Orhan S., “Kumûn, Istihâla, and Khalq: Three Concepts in Ibn Hazm’s Cosmology,” Ilahiyat Studies, 2.1 (Winter/Spring 2011): 83-109.
Martínez Lorca, Andrés, “Ibn Hazm, Filósofo: los temas centrales de su pensamiento,” in Introducción a la filosofía medieval. Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 2011, pp. 171-209.
Ibn al-Sharwîn
Ansari, Hassan & Schmidtke, Sabine, “Mu’tazilism in Rayy and Astarâbâd: Abû l-Fadl al-‘Abbâs b. Sharwîn (Studies on the Transmission of Knowledge from Iran to Yemen in the 6th/12th and 7th/13th c., II), Studia Iranica, 41.1 (2012): 57-100 [includes critical ed. of text of theological definitions].
Ibn Taymiyyah
Ibn Taymiyya (d. 728/1328), Against Extremisms, texts transl., annotated and introduced by Yahya Michot, Foreword by Bruce Lawrence. Beirut: Dar Albouraq, 2012, xxxii-333 pp., ISBN 9782841615551.
Al-Matroudi, Abdul-Hakim, “Ibn Taymiyyah’s Evaluation of Istihsan in the Hanbali School of Law,” Islamic Studies, 47.2 (2008): 155-72.
Assef, Qais, “Le soufisme et les soufis selon Ibn Taymiyya,” Bulletin d’études orientales, 60 (2011): 91-121.
Michot, Yahya, “Ibn Taymiyya’s Commentary on the Creed of al-Hallâj,” in Sufism and Theology, pp. 123-36.
Roberts, Nancy, “Reopening the Muslim-Christian Dialogue of the 13th-14th Centuries: Critical Reflections on Ibn Taymiyyah’s Response to Christianity,” in Doctrine and Debate, pp. 211-35 [1996 original].
Sarrió Cucarella, Diego, “Corresponding across Religious Borders. The Letter of Ibn Taymiyya to a Crusader in Cyprus,” Islamochristiana, 36 (2010): 187-212.
Zouggar, Nadjet, “Interprétation autorisée et interprétation proscrite selon le livre du rejet de la contradiction entre raison et Écriture de Taqî l-Dîn Ahmad b. Taymiyya,” Annales Islamologiques, 44 (2010): 195-206.
Ibn Tûmart
Fierro, Maribel, “The mahdî Ibn Tûmart and al-Andalus: the construction of almohad legitimacy,” ,“ in her The Almohad Revolution (Variorum) (Farnham: Ashgate, 2012), III (pp. 1-20) [transl. From 2001 French].
al-Juwaynî
Mensia, Mokdad Arfa, “Regards d’Ibn Rushd sur al-Juwaynî. Questions de méthodes,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.2 (2012): 199-216.
Khojazâda
Michot, Yahya M, “Wisdom and Its Sciences in Khojazâda’s Tahâfut,” in International Symposium on Khojazada (22-24 October 2010 Bursa): Proceedings (Bursa: Bursa Büyüksehir Belediyesi), pp. 227-38.
Shihadeh, Ayman, “Khojazada on al-Ghazalî’s Criticism of the Philosophers’ Proof of the Existenc eof God,” in International Symposium on Khojazada (22-24 October 2010 Bursa): Proceedings (Bursa: Bursa Büyüksehir Belediyesi), pp. 141-61.
al-Miklâtî
Adouhane, Yamina, “Al-Miklâtî, a Twelfth Century Ash’arite Reader of Averroes,” in Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 22.2 (2012): 155-97.
al-Nîsâbûrî
Gimaret, Daniel, “Pour servir à la lecture des Masâ’il d’Abû Rashid al-Nîsâbûrî,” Bulletin d’études orientales, 60 (2011): 11-38.
al-Râzî, Fakhr al-Dîn
Eichner, Heidrun, “Essence and Existence. Thirteenth-Century Perspectives in Arabic-Islamic Philosophy and Theology,” in The Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Reception of Avicenna’s Metaphysics, pp. 123-151.
Jaffer, Tariq, “Mu’tazilite Aspects of Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî’s Thought 1,” Arabica, 59.5 (Jan. 2012): 510-35.
Janssens, Jules, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî on the Soul: A Critical Approach to Ibn Sînâ,” The Muslim World, 102.3-4 (Oct. 2012): 562-79.
Shihadeh, Ayman, “The Mystic and the Sceptic in Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî,” in Sufism and Theology, pp. 101-22.
Sâ’in al-Dîn
Lewisohn, Leonard, “Sufism and Theology in the Confessiosn of Sâ’in al-Dîn Turka Isfahânî (d. 830/1437),” in Sufism and Theology, pp. 63-82.
Shâh Walî Allâh
Syros, Vasileios, “An Early Modern South Asian Thinker on the Rise and Decline of the State and the Empire: Shâh Walî Allâh of Delhi, the Mughals, and the Byzantines,” Journal of World History, 23.4 (2013): 793-840.
al-Shahrastânî
Öztürk, Mustafa, “The Different Stances of al-Shahrastânî—A Study of the Sectarian Identity of Abû l-Fath al-Shahrastânî in Relation to His Qur’ânic Commentary, Mafâtîh al-asrâr--,” Ilahiyat Studies, 1.2 (Summer/Fall 2010): 195-239.
al-Zamakhsharî
Rizvi, Sajjad H., “You can’t tell a book by its author: A Study of Mu’tazilite Theology in al-Zamakhsharî’s (d. 538/1144) Kashshâf,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 75.1 (2012): 33-45.
Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî, see Falsafa, Ibn ‘Adî