The Catholic University of America

 BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE IN

MEDIEVAL AND POST-CLASSICAL ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY

(2014-2015)

 

Thérèse-Anne Druart

The Catholic University of America

I cannot thank enough all the scholars who kindly sent me information, 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. I also wish to thank very much the colleagues who patiently checked the draft of this installment.  Their invaluable help was a true work of mercy.

Collective Works or Collections of Articles

Adamson, Peter, Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy (Variorum).  Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2015, xii-330 pp., ISBN 9781472420268.

-------, Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî (Variorum). Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2014, xii-356 pp., ISBN 9781472420251.

An Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, vol. 5: From the School of Shiraz to the Twentieth Century, ed. by Seyyed Hossein Nasr & Mehdi Aminrazavi. London-New York: I.B. Tauris, 2015, xx-544 pp., ISBN 9781848857506.

Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, ed. by Ahmed Alwishah & Josh Hayes.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, x-270 pp., ISBN 9781107101739.

L’averroismo in età moderna (1400-1700), ed. by Giovanni Licata. Macerata: Quodlibet, 2013, 211 pp., ISBN 9788874626465.

Controverses sur les écritures canoniques de l’islam, ed. by Daniel De Smet & Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi (Islam – Nouvelles approches). Paris: Cerf, 2014, 436 pp., ISBN 9782204102933.

Gutas, Dimitri, Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy: Essays on his Life, Method, Heritage (Variorum).  Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2014, xiv-368 pp., ISBN 9781472436337.

The Heritage of Arabo-Islamic Learning.  Studies presented to Wadad Kadi, ed. by Maurice A. Pomerantz & Aram Shahin (Middle East and Islamic Studies 122). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, xlii-654 pp., ISBN 9789004305908; e-bk 9789004307469.

Ideas in Motion in Baghdad and Beyond: Philosophical and Theological Exchanges between Christians and Muslims in the Third/Ninth and Fourth/Tenth Centuries, ed. by Damien Janos (Islamic History and Civilization 124). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2016, x-479 pp., ISBN 9789004306028; e-bk 9789004306264.

Islam and Rationality: The Impact of al-Ghazâlî.  Papers Collected on His 900th Anniversary, ed. by Georges Tamer, vol. I (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Sciences 94).  Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, xxiv-454 pp., ISBN 9789004290945; e-bk 9789004290952; vol. II (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 98).  Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, xx-344 pp., ISBN 9789004307490; e-bk 9789004307490.

Islamic Cultures, Islamic Contexts: Essays in Honor of Professor Patricia Crone, ed. by Behnam Sadeghi, Asad Q. Ahmed, Adam Silverstein & Robert Hoyland (Islamic History and Civilization: Studies and Texts 114).  Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, xxxviii-631 pp., ISBN 9789004252011 & e-bk 9789004281714.

Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in Dialogue: The Logos of Life and Cultural Interlacing, ed. by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Nazif Muhtaroglu & Detlev Quintern (Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in Dialogue 7). Dordrecht-Heidelberg-New York-London: Springer, 2014, 200 pp., ISBN 9789400779013.

Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter. Ein Handbuch, ed. by Heidrun Eichner, Matthias Perkams & Christian Schäfer. Darmstadt: WBG, 2013, 400 pp., ISBN 9783534223572, e-bk 9783534731244 & e-pdf 9783534731237.

Al-Jâhiz: A Muslim Humanist for our Time, ed. by Arnim Heinemann, John L. Meloy & Tarif Khalidi (Beiruter Texte und Studien 119). Beirut: Orient-Institut, 2009, xii-295 pp., ISBN 9783899136760.

Nicholas of Cusa and Islam: Polemic and Dialogue in the Late Middle Ages, ed. by Ian Christopher Levy, Rita George-Tvrtkovic & Donald F. Duclow (Studies in Medieval and Reformation Traditions 183). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2014, xx-256 pp., ISBN 9789004274754 & e-bk 9789004274761.

Orient-Occident racines spirituelles de l’Europe. Enjeux et implications de la translatio studiorum dans le judaïsme, le christianisme et l’islam de l’Antiquité à la Renaissance. Actes du colloque scientifique international 16-19 novembre 2009, ed. by Mariano Delgado, Charles Méla & Frédéric Möri. Paris: Cerf, 2014, 583 pp., ISBN 9782204099509.

Portraits de Maîtres offerts à Olga Weijers, ed. by Claire Angotti, Monica Brînzei & Mariken Teeuwen (Fédération des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, Textes et Études du Moyen Âge 65). Porto: Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales, 2012, 521 pp., ISBN 9782503548012.

Rosenthal, Franz, Man versus Society in Medieval Islam, ed. by Dimitri Gutas (Brill Classics in Islam 7). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2014, xxii-1158 pp., ISBN 9789004270886 & e-bk 9789004270893 [includes among others: Introduction: The Study of Muslim Intellectual and Social History: Approaches and Methods [1981], pp. 3-20; The Muslim Concept of Freedom Prior to the Nineteenth Century [1960], pp. 21-130; Materials for an Appraisal of Knowledge as a Societal Force [1970], pp. 967-1000; Al-Asturlâbî and as-Samawa’l on Scientific Progress [1950], pp. 1001-10; The Defense of Medicine in the Medieval Muslim World [1969], pp. 1011-25; The Physician in Medieval Muslim Society [1978], pp. 1026-42; Significant Uses of Arabic Writing [1961], pp. 1043-65; and “Of Making Many Books There is No End”: The Classical Muslim View [1995], pp. 1066-87].

The Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, ed. by Richard C. Taylor & Luís Xavier López-Farjeat. London & New York: Rouledge, 2015, xviii-433 pp., ISBN 9780415881609 & e-bk 9781315708928.

Storia e pensiero religioso nel Vicino Oriente: L’Età Bagradite, Maimonide, Afraate, III Dies Academicus 2012, ed. by Carmela Baffioni, Rosa Bianca Finazzi, Anna Passoni Dell’Aqua & Ermidio Vergani (Academia Ambrosiana, Classe di Studi sul Vicino Oriente, Orientalia Ambrosiana 3).  Milan: Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Bulzoni, 2014, viii-317 pp., ISBN 9788878709515 [includes a section on Maimonides (1138-1204) and Arabic philosophy, pp. 101-48].

Travelling through Time: Essays in honour of Kaj Öhrnberg, ed. by Sylvia Akar, Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila & Inka Nokso-Koivisto (Studia orientalia 114).  Helsinki: Finnish Oriental Society, 2013, xii-578 pp., ISBN 9789519380841.

Section I. Falsafa

Bibliographies and Chronicles

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Brief Bibliographical Guide in Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Theology (2013-2014).”  This installment and previous ones, 1998-2013, can be consulted at http://philosophy.cua.edu/faculty/druart/bibliographical-guide.cfm .

New Journal

Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam (Journal for the Study of Islam and the Muslim World) is published by Les Cahiers de l’Islam.  Its first issue 1 (2014) is dedicated to “What is Arabic Philosophy?”  Articles by Nader el-Bizri, Anne-Sophie Jouanneau, Shawn Welnak, Guillaume de Vaux d’Arcy & Robert Wisnovsky.

Special Issues of Journals

Anuario Filosófico, 48.1 (2015), edited by Luís Xavier López-Farjeat & Richard C. Taylor, is dedicated to “Thomas Aquinas and the Abrahamic Traditions.”  It includes articles by R.E. Houser, Rafael Ramón Guerrero, Francisco Romero Carrasquillo, Michael Chase & Thérèse-Anne Druart.

Doctor Virtualis, Revista online di storia della filosofia medievale, n. 12 (2013) is dedicated to “Il Viaggio tra il profeta e Dante” with among others articles by Sabian Baccaro, Federico Stella & Gregory B. Stone.

Intellectual History of the Islamicate World dedicates issues 1 & 2 of vol. 3 (2015) to Graeco-Arabic Studies and provides articles by Dimitri Gutas, Adam Carter McCollum, Hidemi Takahashi, Sebastian Brock, Hinrich Biesterfeldt, Oliver Overwien, Alexander Treiger, André Binggeli, Reza Pourjavady & Sabine Schmidtke, Peter E. Pormann, and Kevin van Bladel.

Ishraq dedicated most of its 6th volume (2015) to the Transcendent Philosophy of Mulla Sadra, pp. 11-228.

The Maghreb Review consecrated the third issue of its volume 40 (2015) to Islamic Philosophy.  It includes articles by Mohammad Azadpur, Mohammed Rustom, S.M. Hadi Gerami, Christopher Colmo, Joseph Alagha, Shawn Welnak & Yves Marquet.

Online Arabic and Latin Glossary

Freely accessible at http://www.philosophi.uni-wuerzburg.de/arabic-latin-glossary/ and ed. by Dag Nikolaus Hasse.

Lexicography: Greek into Arabic

Eksell, Kerstin, „Pragmatic Markers from Greek into Arabic: A Case Study on Translations by Ishâq ibn Hunayn,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 321-44.

A Greek and Arabic Lexicon (GALex): Materials for a Dictionary of the Mediaeval Translations from Greek into Arabic, ed. by Gerhard Endress & Dimitri Gutas, fascicle 12: bayt to bal, compiled by Rüdiger Arnzen, Gerhard Endress & Dimitri Gutas.  Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, 128 pp., ISBN 9789004277458.

Roeder, Torsten, „Alpha into Alif. Schnittstellen zwischen Schriftkunde und Informatik am Beispiel von Unicode im Glossarium Graeco-Arabicum,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 345-63.

Greek, Persian, and Syriac Sources

Adamson, Peter, „Arabic philosophy and theology before Avicenna,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, I, pp. 58-82 [2012 original].

-------, „Aristotle in the Arabic commentary tradition,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, II, pp. 645-66 [2012 original].

-------, „The last philosophers of late antiquity in the Arabic tradition,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, III, pp. 1-38 [2011 original].

-------, „Galen and al-Râzî on time,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, IV, pp. 1-14 [2012 original].

--------, „Galen on void,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, V, pp. 197-211 [2014 original].

-------, „Aristotelianism and the Soul in the Arabic Plotinus,“ in his Studies on Plotinus & al-Kindî, IV, pp. 211-32 [2001 original].

-------, „Forms of Knowledge in the Arabic Plotinus,“ in his Studies on Plotinus & al-Kindî, V, pp. 106-25 [2002 original].

-------, „Porphyrius Arabus on Nature and Art: 463F Smith in Context,“ in his Studies on Plotinus & al-Kindî, IX, pp. 141-63 [2007 original].

-------, „Vision, Light and Color in al-Kindî, Ptolemy and the Ancient Commentators,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XIII, pp. 207-36 [2006 original].

Alexandrie La Divine, vol. II, ed. by Charles Méla & Frédéric Möri with Sidney H. Aufrère, Gilles Dorival & Alain Le Boulluec. Genève: Éditions de la Baconnière, 2014 [contains a section under the title „Héritages“ dealing with the Muslim World and ed. by Henri Hugonnard-Roche, pp. 848-85 with brief entries: Charles Genequand, Alexandre Le Grand en Islam, pp. 850-53; Giuseppe Cecere, Des Soufis sur les épaules des philosophes?  Le „nid“ d’Ibn Sab’în à Alexandrie (XIIIe-XIVe siècles), pp, 854-58; Henri Hugonnard-Roche, La translatio studiorum d’Alexandrie à Bagdad: L’oeuvre des syriaques, pp. 860-66; Cristina d’Ancona, La pseudo-théologie d’Aristote. Vue d’ensemble, pp. 867-69; Jules Janssens, La philosophie d’Avicenne: élément d’influence de penseurs alexandrins, pp. 870-75; Danielle Jacquart, „D’Alexandrie à Bagdad“? Les sources grecques des sciences arabes, pp. 876-81; and Kevin van Bladel, L’Hermès arabe, pp. 882-85].

Alwishah, Ahmed, Arabic Doxography on Thales, in The Milesians: Thales, ed. by Georg Wöhrle, transl. & additional material by Richard McKirahan, with collaboration of Ahmed Alwishah, with an introduction by Georg Wöhrle & Gotthard Strohmaier (Traditio Praesocratica 1) (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014), at various places [the doxography is organized according to the alphabetical order of the authors and so the Arabic texts and their English translations are scattered, each item is preceded by a brief introduction].

Biesterfeldt, Hinrich, „Secular Graeco-Arabica—Fifty Years after Rosenthal’s Fortleben der Antike im Islam,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 125-57.

Binggeli, André, „Early Christian Graeco-Arabica: Melkite Manuscripts and Translations in Palestine (8th-10th Centuries AD),“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 228-47.

Bos, Gerrit & Langermann, Y. Tzvi, „An Epitome of Galen‘s On the Elements Ascribed to Hunayn Ibn Ishâq,“ Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.1 (2015): 1-32.

Brock, Sebastian, „Charting the Hellenization of a Literary Culture: The Case of Syriac,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 98-124.

Cerami, Cristina, Génération et Substance. Aristote et Averroès entre physique et métaphysique (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 18).  Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015, xix-734 pp., ISBN 9781614517771 & e-bk 9781614516958.

Cerami, Cristina & Falcon, Andrea, „Continuity and Discontinuity in the Greek and Arabic Reception of Aristotle’s Study of Animals,“ Antiquorum Philosophia, 8 (2014): 35-56.

Cottrell, Emily, „‘L’Hermès arabe‘ de Kevin van Bladel et la question du rôle de la littérature sassanide dans la présence d’écrits hermétiques et astrologiques en langue arabe,“ Bibliotheca Orientalis, 72.3-4 (2015): 336-401 [a review article of van Bladel’s The Arabic Hermes, Oxford, 2009].

Daiber, Hans, „Possible Echoes of De mundo in the Arabic-Islamic World: Christian, Islamic and Jewish Thinkers,“ in Cosmic Order and Divine Power: Pseudo-Aristotle, On the Cosmos, intro., text, transl. and interpretative essays by Johan C. Thom, Renate Burri, Clive Chandler, Hans Daiber, Jill Kraye, Andrew Smith, Hidemi Takahashi, & Anna Tzvetkova-Glazer, ed. by Johan C. Thom (Sapere 23). (Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014), pp. 169-80.

D’Ancona, Cristina, „Hellenistic Philosophy in Baghdad. Plotinus‘ anti-Stoic Argumentations and their Arabic Survival,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 165-204.

-------, „‘Aristû ‚inda l-‚Arab,‘ and Beyond,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 11-29.

Dionigi Areopagita, Nomi divini, teologia mistica, epistole: la versione siriaca di Sergio di Rêsh’aynâ, ed. by E. Fiori, 2 vol. (Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium 656 & 657, Scriptores Syri 252 & 253, T. and V.). Turnhout: Brepols, 2014, xliv-200 pp. & xcii-186 pp., ISBN 9789042930827 & e-bk 9789042930834.

Di Vincenzo, Silvia, « Avicenna against Porphyry’s Definition of Differentia Specifica, » Documenti e Studi, 26 (2015) : 129-84.

Galen, The Alexandrian Summaries of Galen’s On Critical Days, Edition and Translation of the Two Versions of the Jawâmi‘, with intro. & notes by Gerrit Bos & Y. Tzvi Langermann (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 92). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, 128 pp., ISBN 9789004282216 & e-bk 9789004282223.

-------, The Alexandrian Epitomes of Galen, vol. I: On the Medical Sects for Beginners; The Small Art of Medicine & On the Elements According to the Opinions of Hippocrates, A parallel English-Arabic text transl., introduced and annotated by John Walbridge (Islamic Translation Series). Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 2014, lxxii-301+ 186 pp., ISBN 9780842528405.

Graf, Georg (†), „Arabische Übersetzungen von Schriften des Johannes von Damaskus“ ed. and intro. by Eva Ambros,“ Oriens Christianus, 97 (2013-2014): 100-36.

Gutas, Dimitri, „Introduction: Graeco-Arabic Studies from Amable Jourdain through Franz Rosenthal to the Future,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 1-14.

-------, „The Historical and Ideological Dimensions of Graeco-Arabic Studies: The Conquest of Knowledge from Alexander the Great to Mehmed the Conqueror,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 326-50.

Hayes, Josh, « The Arabic Reception of the Nicomachean Ethics, » in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 200-13.

[Hippocrates], Epidemics in Context. Greek Commentaries on Hippocrates in the Arabic Tradition, ed. by Peter E. Pormann (Scientia Gareco-Arabica 8). Berlin: de Gruyter, 2012, vi-334 pp. [1. Hallum, Bink, Joose N. Peter, Pormann, Peter E, Swain, Simon & Vagelpohl, Uwe, „Anew Manuscript: Istanbul, Süleymaniye Kütüphanesi, MS Ayasofya 3592,“, 15-22; 2. Eijk, Phillip van der, „Exegesis, Explanation and Epistemology in Galen’s Commentaries on Epidemics, Books One and Two,“ 25-48; 3. Holmes, Brooke, „Sympathy between Hippocrates and Galen: The Case of Galen’s Commentary on Hippocrates‘ Epidemics, Book Two,“ 49-70; 4. Alessi, Robert, „The Arabic Version of Galen’s Commentary on Hippocrates‘ Epidemics, Book Two, as a source for the Hippocratic Text: First remarks,“ 71-90; 5. Kessel, Grigory, ‚The Syriac Epidemics and the Problem of Its identification,“ 93-124; 6. Vagelpohl, Uwe, „Galen, Epidemics, Book One: Text, Transmission, Translation,“ 125-50; 7. Overwien, Oliver, „The Art of the Translator, or: How did Hunayn ibn ‚Ishâq and his School Translate?,“ 151-70; 8. Strohmaier, Gotthard, „Galen the Pagan and Hunayn the Christian: Specific Transformations in the Commentaries on Airs, Waters, Places and the Epidemics,“ 171-84; 9. Hellum, Bink, „The Arabic Reception of Galen’s Commentary on Hippocrates‘ Epidemics,“ 185-210; 10. Pormann, Peter E. & Joose, N. Peter, „Commentaries on the Hippocratic Aphorisms in the Arabic Tradition: The Example of Melancholy,“ 211-50; 11. Joose, N. Peter & Pormann, Peter E., „‘Abd al-Latîf al-Baghdâdî’s Commentary on Hippocrates‘ Prognostic: A Preliminary Exploration,“ 251-84; 12. Chipman, Leigh, „Recipes by Hippocrates, Galen and Hunayn in the Epidemics and in Medieval Arabic Pharmacopoeias,“ 285-302].

Hugonnard-Roche, Henri, „Questions de logique au VIIe siècle. Les épîtres syriaques de Sévère Sebokht et leurs sources grecques,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 53-104 [includes ed. & transl.].

-------„Les traducteurs syriaques et la transmission des savoirs grecs dans l’espace culturel arabo-musulman,“ in Orient-Occident, pp. 471-87.

Jadaane, Fehmi, „Être dans le monde: tradition platonico-stoïcienne et intellectualité musulmane,“ in Orient-Occident, pp. 489-95.

Janos, Damien, “Appendix: Recent Publications on Syriac and Arabic Christian Philosophy and the Baghdad School,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 435-69 [covers material published after 2006-7 in 1. Syriac philosophy and the translation movements from Greek and Syriac to Arabic; 2. The Syriac and Arabic reception of Philoponus; 3. Theodore Abû Qurra; 4. Abû Râ’ita al-Takrîtî; 5. ‚Ammâr al-Basrî; 6. Hunayn ibn Ishâq; 7. Ishâq ibn Hunayn; 8. Qustâ ibn Lûqâ; 9. The „Baghdad School‘ and its relation to al-Fârâbî; 10. Abû Bishr Mattâ ibn Yûnus; 11. Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî; 12. Ibn Zur’a; 13. Ibn al-Samh; 14. Al-Hasan ibn Suwâr ibn al-Khammâr; 15. Ibn al-Tayyib; 16. Bar Habraeus].

King, Daniel, „Logic in the Service of Ancient Eastern Christianity: An Exploration of Motives,“ Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 97.1 (2015): 1-33 [„appropriation“ of Arisotelian logic by the Syriac-speaking community].

Koetschet, Pauline, „Galien, al-Râzî, et l’éternité du monde.  Les fragments du traité Sur la démonstration, IV, dans les Doutes sur Galien,“ Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.2 (2015): 167-98.

Larcher, Pierre, „Rhétoriques „grecque“ et „hellénisante“ vues par Diyâ‘ al-dîn Ibn al-Atîr (viie/xiiie siècle),“ Quaderni di Studi Arabi, 9 (2014): 115-30.

Lehto, Adam, „John of Apamea and the Syriac Reception of Greek Thought,“ Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 15 (2015): 39-46.

Lettinck, Paul, „Aristotle’s ‚Physical‘ Works and the Arabic Tradition,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 105-20.

Mavroudi, Maria, „Greek Language and Education under Early Islam,“ in Islamic Cultures, pp. 295-342.

McCollum, Adam Carter, „Greek Literature in the Christian East: Translations into Syriac, Georgian, and Armenian,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 15-65.

Nokso-Koivisto, Inka & Svärd, Saana, „The Microcosm-Macrocosm Analogy in Mesopotamian and Mediaeval Islamic Contexts,“ in Travelling through Time, pp. 279-307 [particularly Ikhwân al-Safâ‘ & Suhrawardî].

O’Meara, Dominic, „Moral Virtue in Late Antique Platonism. Some Elements of a Background to Ethics in Early Arabic Philosophy,“ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 71-86 [al-Fârâbî & Miskawayh].

Overwien, Oliver, „The Paradigmatic Translator and His Method: Hunayn ibn Ishâq’s Translation of the Hippocratic Aphorisms from Greek via Syriac into Arabic,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 158-87.

-------, „Eine spätantik-alexandrinische Vorlesung über Galens De sectis in Ibn Hindû’s Schlüssel zur Medizin (Miftah al-tibb), Oriens, 43.3-4 (2015): 293-337.

Perkams, Matthias, „Die Übersetzungen philsophischer Texte aus dem Griechischen ins Arabische und ihr geistesgeschichtlicher Hintergrund,“ in Islamische Philosophie in Mittelalter, pp. 115-42.

Pormann, Peter E., „Greek Thought, Modern Arabic Culture: Classical Reception since the Nahda,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 291-315.

[Porphyry] Baffioni, Carmela, „Il ‚Porfirio Ambrosiano‘ e la versione di Dimashqî. Una nuova versione araba dell Isagoge di Porfirio?,“ Schede Medievali, 52 (2014): 45-60.

Pourjavady, Reza & Schmidtke, Sabine, „An Eastern Renaissance? Greek Philosophy under the Safavids (16th-18th Centuries AD),“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 248-90.

Strohmaier, Gotthard, „Preliminary Remarks on the Syro-Arabic Tradition,“ in The Milesians: Thales, ed. by Georg Wöhrle, transl. & additional material by Richard McKirahan, with collaboration of Ahmed Alwishah, with an introduction by Georg Wöhrle & Gotthard Strohmaier (Traditio Praesocratica 1) (Berlin: de Gruyter, 2014), pp. 6-22.

Swain, Simon, Economy, Family, and Society from Rome to Islam: A Critical Edition, English Translation, and Study of Bryson’s Management of the Estate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013, xiv-573 pp., ISBN 9781107025363 [based nearly exclusively on the Arabic translation as only two Greek fragments have survived; includes Latin Epitome Economica Galieni, Hebrew version, Arabic text and translation extract from al-Azhar recension].

Takahashi, Hidemi, „Syriac as the Intermediary in Scientific Graeco-Arabica: Some Historical and Philological Observations,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 66-97.

------- „Syriac and Arabic Transmission of On the Cosmos,“ in Cosmic Order and Divine Power: Pseudo-Aristotle, On the Cosmos, intro., text, transl. and interpretative essays by Johan C. Thom, Renate Burri, Clive Chandler, Hans Daiber, Jill Kraye, Andrew Smith, Hidemi Takahashi, & Anna Tzvetkova-Glazer, ed. by Johan C. Thom (Sapere 23). (Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014), pp. 153-67.

Three Arabic Treatises on Aristotle’s Rhetoric: The Commentaries of al-Fârâbî, Avicenna, and Averroes, transl. with intro. and notes by Lahcen Elyazghi Ezzaher (Landmarks in Rhetoric and Public Address). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2015, x-201 pp., ISBN 9780809334131 & e-bk 9780809334148.

Treiger, Alexander, „Palestinian Origenism and the Early History of the Maronites: In Search of the Origins of the Arabic Theology of Aristotle,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 44-80.

-------, „Christian Graeco-Arabica: Prolegomena to a History of the Arabic Translations of the Greek Church Fathers,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 188-227.

Vagelpohl, Uwe, „Dating Medical Translations,“ Journal of Abbasid Studies, 2.1 (2015): 86-106.

-------, „The Rhetoric and the Poetics in the Islamic World,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 76-91.

van Bladel, Kevin, „Graeco-Arabic Studies in Classical Near Eastern Studies: An Emerging Field of Training in Its Broader Institutional Context,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 316-25.

Wakelnig, Elvira, „Greek Sages on the Tawhîd: Ancient Philosophy in Accord with the Islamic Doctrine of the Oneness of God,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 205-45 [includes ed. & transl.].

Watt, John W., „The Syriac Aristotelian Tradition and the Syro-Arabic Baghdad Philosophers,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 7-43.

-------, „Rhetoric Across Cultures: the Case of Themistius,“ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 87-102.

Woerther, Frédérique, „La traduction arabo-latine par Hermann l’Allemand d’un passage perdu de la version arabe de la Rhétorique d’Aristote,“ Archives d’Histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge, 80 (2013): 223-45.

Zimmermann, Fritz W., „Kalâm and the Greeks,“ in Islamic Cultures, pp. 343-63.

Zonta, Mauro, „Iwânnîs of Dârâ on Soul’s Virtues. About a Late-Antiquity Greek Philosophical Work among Syrians and Arabs,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 129-43.

Latin, Hebrew, Syriac, Byzantine, Renaissance, and Modern Translations and Influences

L’averroismo in età moderna (1400-1700).

Alfsvag, Knut, “Divine Difference and Religious Unity: On the Relation Between De Docta Ignorantia, De pace Fidei and Cribratio Alkorani,” in Nicholas of Cusa and Islam, pp. 49-67.

Barchiesi, Sara, “Ibn Tufayl “maestro di Averroè”. Diffusione dell’Epistola di Hayy ibn Yaqzân in relazione alla tradizione averroistica,” in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 145-66.

Benedetto, Marienza, “Storie di ricezione: Tolomeo, Avicenna e Averroè nel Medioevo arabo, ebraico e latino,” Quaestio, 13 (2013): 323-36.

Bertelloni, Francisco, “La filosofía explica la revelación. Sobre el averroísmo politico en el Defensor Pacis de Marsilio de Padua,” Patristica et Mediaevalia, 33 (2012): 17-35.

Bobichon, Philippe, “Ramón Martí,” in Portraits de Maîtres, pp. 405-14.

Cory, Thérèse Scarpelli, “Rethinking Abstractionism: Aquinas’s Intellectual Light and Some Arabic Sources,” Journal of the History of Philosophy, 53.4 (2015): 607-46 [Avicenna & Averroes].

Costigliolo, Marica, Islam e cristianesimo: mondi di differenze nel medioevo. Il dialogo con l’islam nell’opera di Nicola da Cusa. Genova: Genova University Press, 2012, 157 pp., ISBN 9788897752035.

D’Acierno, Maria Rosaria, Music and Medicine from East to West : Ibn Sînâ – Sergio Piro, new ed. with a comment by Nûrâdîn Nâjî. San Demetrio Corone : Irfan Edizioni, 2012, 119 pp., ISBN 97888972785.

Di Donato, Silvia, « Traduttori di Averroè e traduzioni ebraico-latine nel dibattito filosofico del XV e XVI secolo, » in L’averroismo in età moderno, pp. 25-49.

Donati, Silvia, “Is Celestial Motion a Natural Motion? Averroes’ Position and Its Reception in the Thirteenth- and Early Fourteenth-Century Commentary Tradition of the Physics,” in Averroes‘ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception, pp. 89-126.

Engel, Michael, « Elijha Del Medigo and Agostino Nifo on Intelligible Species, » Documenti e Studi, 26 (2015) : 495-517 [Averroism].

Euler, Walter Andreas, « A Critical Survey of Cusanus’s Writings on Islam, » in Nicholas of Cusa and Islam, pp. 20-29.

Gerami, S.M. Hadi, „The Importance of History and Perspective in Understanding Mediaeval Philosophy: The case of Maimonides‘ Response to the Question of Eternity,“ The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015): 289-307.

Giglioni, Guido, « Haec igitur est nostra lex. Teologia e filosofia nel commento di Agostino Nifo alla Destructio destructionum di Averroè, » in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 125-44.

Green, Lawrence D., « Ethical and Political Commentary on Aristotle’s Rhetoric During the Renaissance, » Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014) : 51-70.

Harvey, Steven, « Some Notes on ‘Avicenna among Medieval Jews’, » Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.2 (2015) : 249-77 [a complement to Gad Freudenthal & Mauro Zonta, « 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 (2012) : 217-87].

-------, « The Influence of the Nicomachean Ethics on Medieval Jewish Thought, » Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 119-44.

Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, « Die Überlieferung arabischer Philosophie im lateinischen Westen, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 377-400.

Hayoun, Maurice-Ruben, « Autour de la Renaissance : de la philosophie averroïste à l’historiographie, » in Orient-Occident, pp. 283-99.

-------, « Averroès (Ibn Rushd) et sa postérité dans le judaïsme médiéval. La philosophie de Moïse de Narbonne (1300-1362), » in Orient-Occident, pp. 275-82.

Hissette, Roland, « Maître Guillaume de Luna, » in Portraits de Maîtres, pp. 169-78.

Janssens, Jules, „R. Marti and His References to al-Ghazâlî,“ in Islam and Rationality, pp. 326-44.

Jouanneau, Anne-Sophie, „La naissance tolédane de la „philosophie arabe“.  Sur les intentions des traducteurs du Liber de Anima de l’Avicenne latin,“ Revue académique Les cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014): 39-64.

Licata, Giovanni, “Un riadattamento ebraico del Fasl al-maqâl di Averroè: la Behinat ha-dat di Elia del Medigo,” Schede Medievali, 52 (2014): 239-54.

-------, « Elia del Medigo sull’eternità del mondo, » in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 51-65.

Martin, Craig, “Providence and Seventeenth-Century Attacks on Averroes,” in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception,” pp. 193-212.

Mignini, Filippo, « Een ligt schijnende in duystere plaatsen : Adriaan Koerbagh tra averroismo e libertinismo, » in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 167-200.

Minnema, Anthony H., « Algazel Latinus : The Audience of the Summa theoricae philosophiae, 1150-1600, » Traditio, 69 (2014) : 153-215 [in fact Latin Translation of al-Ghazâlî’s Arabic interpretive translation of Ibn Sînâ’s Persian Dânesh-Nâmeh].

Moureau, Sébastien, « Physics in the Twelfth Century : the Porta elementorum of Pseudo-Avicenna’s Alchemical De anima and Marius’ De elementis, » Archives d’Histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge, 80 (2013) : 147-222 [includes critical ed. & annotated transl.].

Normore, Calvin, « Metaphysics in the Orbit of Islam, » in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 177-99.

Proietti, Omero, « Creazione eterna, ordine della natura, miracolo in Uriel da Costa, » in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 67-124.

Sirat, Colette, « Élie del Medigo, averroiste envers et contre tous », in Portraits de Maîtres, pp. 127-40.

Soto-Bruna, María Jesús, « La ‘causalidad del uno’ en Dominicus Gundissalinus,» Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 21 (2014) : 53-68.

Stone, Gregory B., « Dante’s Commedia, Islamic Rationalism, and the Enumeration of the Sciences, » Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013) : 135-67.

Sylla, Edith Dudley, « Averroes and Fourteenth-Century Theories of Alteration. Minima naturalia and the Distinction between Mathematics and Physics, » in Averroes‘ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception, pp. 141-92 [Burley, Ockham, Richard Rufus, Giles of Rome, Duns Scotus, John of Jandun].

Takahashi, Hidemi, « The Influence of al-Ghazâlî on the Juridical, Theological and Philosophical Work of Barhebraeus, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 303-25.

Toivanen, Juhana, « The Fate of the Flying Man : Medieval Reception of Avicenna’s Thought Experiment, » Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy, 3 (2015) : 64-98.

Trifogli, Cecilia, „The Reception of Averroes‘ View on Motion in the Latin West: The Case of Walter Burley,“ in Averroes‘ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception, pp. 127-139.

Trizio, Michele, « From Anna Komnene to Dante : The Byzantine Roots of Western Debates on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics, » in Dante and the Greeks, ed. by Jan M. Ziolkowski (Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Humanities). Washington, D.C. : Dumbarton Oaks Reseearch Library and Collection, 2014, pp. 105-39 [pp. 122-39 speak of « Reassessing Averroism : The « Eustratian » Roots of so-called Latin Averroism »].

Urvoy, Dominique, « Sur un aspect de la combinatoire arabe et ses prolongements en Occident, » in Orient-Occident, pp. 549-62.

Valkenberg, Pim, « Una religio in Rituum Varietate : Religious Pluralism, the Qur’an, and Nicholas of Cusa, » in Nicholas of Cusa and Islam, pp. 30-48.

Watanabe, Morimichi, « Cusanus, Islam, and Religious Tolerance, » in Nicholas of Cusa and Islam, pp. 9-19.

Woerther, Frédérique, „La traduction arabo-latine par Hermann l’Allemand d’un passage perdu de la version arabe de la Rhétorique d’Aristote,“ Archives d’Histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge, 80 (2013): 223-45.

Zonta, Mauro, « La tradizione testuale del Commento medio di Averroè alla Metafisica di Aristotele tra Quattrocento e Cinquecento, » in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 15-23.

General Studies

Adamson, Peter, Philosophy in the Islamic World: A Very Short Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, xviii-133 pp., ISBN 9780199683673.

-------, „The Ethical Treatment of Animals,„ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 371-82.

-------- „Arabic philosophy and theology before Avicenna,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, I, pp. 58-82.

-------, « A Note on Freedom in the Circle of al-Kindî, » in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, VI, pp. 199-207 [2004 original].

-------, « The Kindian Tradition : The Structure of Philosophy in Arabic Neoplatonism, » in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XIV, pp. 1-20 [2007 original].

Adamson, Peter & Key, Alexander, „Philosophy of Language in the Medieval Arabic Tradition,“ in Linguistic Content: New Essays on the History of Philosophy of Language, ed. by Margaret Cameron & Robert J. Stainton (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 74-99.

Ahmed, Rumee, „Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in Medieval Islam,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 57-66.

Akasoy, Anna A. & Fidora, Alexander, „The Structure and Methods of the Sciences,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 105-14.

Alper, Ömer Mahir, « Intellecting the Intellected : An Examination on the Interpretation of « the Second Intelligibles » in Islamic Tradition of Logic and its Reception during the Ottoman Period, » Nazariyat, 1.2 (2015) : 35-68 [from al-Fârâbî onwards].

al-Attar, Mariam, « The Ethics and Metaphysics of Divine Command Theory, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 315-25.

Azadpur, Mohammad, « Prophetic Philosophy as a Way of Life : On Imagination and Religious Law in Abrahamic Peripateticism, » The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015) : 260-79 [al-Fârâbî, Maimonides, Avicenna, Aquinas].

Bäck, Allan, « Demonstration and Dialectic in Islamic Philosophy, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 93-104.

Bakksh, Alireza Omid, « The Virtuous City : The Iranian and Islamic Heritage of Utopianism, » Utopian Studies, 24.1 (2013) : 41-51.

Baracchi, Claudia, “The Shining and the Hidden: Notes on Politics and Solitude from the “Greek Prophets” to al-Fârâbî,” in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 214-33.

Bellino, Francesca, « The Classification of Sciences in an Ottoman Arabic Encyclopedia : Tâshköprüzâda’s Miftâh al-Sa’âda, » in Quaderni di Studi Arabi, 9 (2014) : 161-80.

Belo, Catarina, « Freedom and Determinism, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 325-36.

Benmakhlouf, Ali, Pourquoi lire les philosophes arabes ? L’héritage oublié.  Paris: Albin Michel, 2015, 202 pp., ISBN 9782226258526.

Bertolacci, Amos, « Establishing the Science of Metaphysics, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 185-96.

Bonmariage, Cécile, « Intellect and the Intelligible in Unity, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 301-12.

Brague, Rémi, « Das gegenseitige Verhältnis von Philosophie und Islam, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 67-95.

Capezzone, Leonardo, Fuori dalla città iniqua. Legge e ribellione nella filosofia politica dell’Islam medievale (Biblioteca di testi e studi 591, Studi storici). Roma : Carocci, 2010, 218 pp., ISBN 9788843053650.

Cerami, Cristina, « The Eternity of the World, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 141-55.

Chase, Michael, « Creation in Islam from the Qur’an to al-Fârâbî, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 248-60.

D’Acierno, Maria Rosaria, Music and Medicine from East to West : Ibn Sînâ – Sergio Piro, new ed. with a comment by Nûrâdîn Nâjî. San Demetrio Corone : Irfan Edizioni, 2012, 119 pp., ISBN 97888972785.

Dahbashi, Mahdi, « The Main Achievements and Principal Representatives of the Philosophical School of Isfahan, » Ishraq, 6 (2015) : 115-25 [in Russian ; Mîr Dâmâd & Mullâ Sadrâ].

Dâmâd, Mustafâ Muhaqqiq, « The Quran and Schools of Islamic Theology and Philosophy, » transl. by S. H. Nasr in The Study Quran : A New Translation and Commentary, ed. by Seyyed Hossein Nasr with Caner K. Dagli, Maria Massi Dakake, Joseph F. B. Lumbard & Mohammed Rustom (New York, NY : Harper One, 2015), pp. 1719-35.

Di Martino, Carla, « External and Internal Human Senses, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 263-72.

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, « Logic and Language, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 69-81.

Eichner, Heidrun, « Die Avicenna-Rezeption. Das Phänomen der enzyklopädischen Darstellungen, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 50-66.

El-Bizri, Nader, « Le renouvellement de la falsafa ?, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 17-37.

Germann, Nadja, « Natural and Revealed Religion, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 346-59.

-------, « Poeten, Propheten und Philosophen : Zu den Anfängen der arabisch-islamischen intellektuellen Kultur, » in Von artes liberales zu liberal arts, ed. by Bernhard Zimmermann (Reihe Septem 1) (Freiburg : Rombach, 2013), pp. 63-87.

Griffel, Frank, « Philosophy and Prophecy, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 385-99.

Gutas, Dimitri, « Medical Theory and Scientific Method in the Age of Avicenna, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, VIII, pp. 145-62 [original 2003].

-------, « The Heritage of Avicenna : The Golden Age of Arabic Philosophy, 1000-ca. 1350, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XIV, pp. 81-97 [original 2002].

-------, « Philosophy in the Twelfth Century : One View from Baghdad, or the Repudiation of al-Ghazâlî, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XV, pp. 9-26 [original 2002 ; ‘Abd al-Latîf al-Baghdâdî].

-------, « Avicennas Erbe. Das ‘Goldene Zeitalter’ der arabischen Philosophie (1000-ca. 1350), » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 96-112.

Harvey, Steven, « Law and Society, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 360-70.

Hayes, Josh, « The Arabic Reception of the Nicomachean Ethics, in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 200-13.

Heck, Paul L., « Friendship in the Service of Governance : Makârim al-Akhlâq in Abbasid Political Culture, » in The Heritage of Arabo-Islamic Learning, pp. 73-90.

Houser, Rollen E., « Essence and Existence in Ibn Sînâ, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 212-24.

Jadaane, Fehmi, „Être dans le monde: tradition platonico-stoïcienne et intellectualité musulmane,“ in Orient-Occident, pp. 489-95.

Janos, Damien, “Appendix: Recent Publications on Syriac and Arabic Christian Philosophy and the Baghdad School,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 435-69 [covers material published after 2006-7 in 1. Syriac philosophy and the translation movements from Greek and Syriac to Arabic; 2. The Syriac and Arabic reception of Philoponus; 3. Theodore Abû Qurra; 4. Abû Râ’ita al-Takrîtî; 5. ‚Ammâr al-Basrî; 6. Hunayn ibn Ishâq; 7. Ishâq ibn Hunayn; 8. Qustâ ibn Lûqâ; 9. The „Baghdad School‘ and its relation to al-Fârâbî; 10. Abû Bishr Mattâ ibn Yûnus; 11. Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî; 12. Ibn Zr’a; 13. Ibn al-Samh; 14. Al-Hasan ibn Suwâr ibn al-Khammâr; 15. Ibn al-Tayyib; 16. Bar Habraeus].

Janssens, Jules, „Metaphysics of God,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 236-47.

Kartal, Abdullah, « An Analysis of the Content of Wahdat al-Wujûd : the Relationship between Essence and Existence, » Ilahiyat Studies, 5.2 (Summer/Fall 2014) : 189-215.

Kleven, Terence E., „Rhetoric, Poetics, and the Organon,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 82-92.

Koetschet, Pauline, „Disséquer l’âme. L’intégrité du corps chez les médecins arabes des IXe et Xe siècles,“ Annales islamologiques, 48.1 (2014): 279-300.

Lammer, Andreas, „Defining Nature from Aristotle to Philoponus to Avicenna,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 121-42.

Lettinck, Paul, „Aristotle’s ‚Physical‘ Works and the Arabic Tradition,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 105-20.

Lizzini, Olga, „Human Knowledge and Separate Intellect,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 285-300.

López-Farjeat, Luís Xavier, „Causality in Islamic Philosophy,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 131-40.

-------, „Body, Soul, and Sense in Nature,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 168-82.

Louchakova-Schwartz, Olga, „The Seal of Philosophy: Tymieniecka’s Phenomenology of Life versus Islamic Metaphysics,“ in Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology, pp. 71-102.

Martínez Lorca, Andrés, La filosofía medieval.  De al-Farabi a Ockham (Descubrir la Filosofía 18).  [Barcelona]: Batiscafo, 2015, 143 pp. [a chapter on al-Farabi, pp. 39-52 & a chapter on Averroes, pp. 65-81]. 

Mavroudi, Maria, „Greek Language and Education under Early Islam,“ in Islamic Cultures, pp. 295-342.

McGinnis, Jon, „The Establishment of the Principles of Natural Philosophy,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 117-30.

Natij, Salah, „Place et fonction de l’expérience dans la culture de l’adab: Tajârib, ‚aql et tadbîr,“ Studia Islamica, 110.2 (2015): 165-95.

Nokso-Koivisto, Inka & Svärd, Saana, „The Microcosm-Macrocosm Analogy in Mesopotamian and Mediaeval Islamic Contexts,“ in Travelling through Time, pp. 279-307 [particularly Ikhwân al-Safâ‘ & Suhrawardî].

O’Meara, Dominic, „Moral Virtue in Late Antique Platonism. Some Elements of a Background to Ethics in Early Arabic Philosophy,“ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 71-86 [al-Fârâbî & Miskawayh].

Özalp, Hasan, « Kenosis (Self-Limitation of God) :  A Philosophical and Theological Approach, » Ilahiyat Studies, 5.1 (Winter/Spring 2014) : 7-36.

Perkams, Matthias, « Die Bedeutung des arabisch-islamischen Denkens in der Geschichte der Philosophie, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 13-31.

-------, « Ein historischer Überblick über die islamische Philosophie bis Averroes, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 32-49.

Pessin, Sarah, « Forms of Hylomorphism, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 197-211[Avicenna].

Pietruschka, Ute, “Some Observations about the Transmission of Popular Philosophy in Egyptian Monasteries after the Islamic Conquest,” in Ideas in Motion, pp. 81-108.

Pormann, Peter E., „Greek Thought, Modern Arabic Culture: Classical Reception since the Nahda,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 291-315.

Pourjavady, Reza & Schmidtke, Sabine, „An Eastern Renaissance? Greek Philosophy under the Safavids (16th-18th Centuries AD),“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 248-90.

Rustom, Mohammed, „Philosophical Mysticism,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 399-411.

-------, „The Qur’ânic Story of Joseph as a ‚History‘ of the Human Soul,“ The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015): 280-88.

Scotti, Monica, „Maestri traditi? La ricezione del Libro V della Metafisica negli scritti di autori musulmani del IX-XI secolo,“ Schede Medievali, 52 (2014): 349-68.

Shihadeh, Ayman, „Religious Readings of Philosophy,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 412-22.

Smirnov, Andrey, « Care for Life in Medieval Islamic Thought : A Logic-and-Meaning Approach, » Ishraq, 6 (2015) : 236-50.

Stella, Federico, „La prigionia e la salvezza dell’anima da Avicenna a Suhrawardî: quali fonti?,“ Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013): 117-33 [the sources are Plato & al-Fârâbî].

Taylor, Richard C., „Primary and Secondary Causality,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 225-35.

-------, « The Epistemology of Abstraction, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 273-84.

Terrier, Mathieu, « La représentation de la sagesse grecque comme discours et mode de vie chez les philosophes shî’ites de l’Iran safavide (XIe/XVIIe siècle), » Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015) : 299-321.

Trego, Kristell, «L’être et l’acte en terre d’islam, » ch. IV in her La liberté en actes. Éthique et métaphysique d’Alexandre d’Aphrodise à Jean Duns Scot (Études de philosophie médiévale 103) (Paris : Vrin, 2015), pp. 187-245.Tlwetten, David, « Aristotelian Cosmology and Causality in Classical Arabic Philosophy and Its Greek Background, » in Ideas in Motion, pp. 312-433.

-------, « Arabic Cosmology and the Physics of Cosmic Motion, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 156-67.

Urvoy, Dominique, « Sur un aspect de la combinatoire arabe et ses prolongements en Occident, » in Orient-Occident, pp. 549-62.

Vagelpohl, Uwe, „The Rhetoric and the Poetics in the Islamic World,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 76-91.

Vallat, Philippe,“ Principles of the Philosophy of State,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 337-45.

van Lit, L.W.C., « An Ottoman Commentary Tradition on Ghazâlî’s Tahâfut al-falâsifa, Preliminary Observations, » Oriens, 43.3-4 (2015) : 368-413.

Varsányi, Orsolya, « The Concept of ‘aql in Early Arabic Christian Theology : A Case for the Early Interaction between Philosophy and kalâm, » in Ideas in Motion, pp. 109-34.

Welnak, Shawn, « The Discoverer of Being : Law or Philosophy ?, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 65-88 [Strauss, al-Ghazali & Averroes].

Wisnovsky, Robert, « Caractère et étendue du commentaire philosophique arabe dans l’histoire intellectuelle islamique post-classique (ca. 1100-1900 P.C.N.) : quelques observations préliminaires, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 113-34,

Zonta, Mauro, « La terminologia filosofica aristotelica in arabo e i suoi rapporti con la terminologia filosofica di altre lingue di cultura del Vicino e Medio Oriente : alcune linee de ricerca, » Schede Medievali, 52 (2014) : 125-33.

‘Abd al-Latîf al-Baghdâdî

Gutas, Dimitri, « Philosophy in the Twelfth Century : One View from Baghdad, or the Repudiation of al-Ghazâlî, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XV, pp. 9-26 [original 2002].

‘Abd al-Razzâq Lâhijî

Khadri, Gholam Hossein, “’Abd al-Razzâq Lâhijî’s Life and Thought: A Brief Overview,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 216-28.

Abû Ma’shar

Adamson, Peter, „Abû Ma’shar, al-Kindî and the Philosophical Defense of Astrology,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, X, pp. 245-70 [2002 original].

Abû Qurra

Erismann, Christophe, „Catachrestic plural forms.  Gregory of Nyssa and Theodore Abû Qurrah on naming and counting essences,“ British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 22.1 (2014): 39-59.

Husseini, Sara Leila, Early Christian-Muslim Debate on the Unity of God: Three Christian Scholars and Their Engagement with Islamic Thought (9th Century C.E.) (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations 21). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2014, xii-242 pp., ISBN 9789004278387 & e-bk 9789004279698.

Mugler, Joshua, „Theodore Abû Qurra and the Instability of „Heresy“,“ Medieval Encounters, 21.1 (2015): 1-25.

Varsányi, Orsolya, « The Concept of ‘aql in Early Arabic Christian Theology : A Case for the Early Interaction between Philosophy and kalâm, » in Ideas in Motion, pp. 109-34.

al-‚Âmirî

Kaya, M. Cüneyt, „A New Source for al-‚Âmirî Studies: al-Majâlis al-sab‘ bayna al-Shaykh wa al-‚Âmirî,“ Nazariyat, 1.2 (2015): 1-34 [Mss. Ragip Pasha Library 1461 ff. 150-162b; the Shaykh would be Ibn Sînâ].

Wakelnig, Elvira, „Die Philosophen in der Tradition al-Kindîs. Al-‚Âmirî, al-Isfizârî, Miskawayh, as-Sigistânî und at-Tawhîdî,“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 233-52.

Âqâ ‚Alî Mudarris Tihrânî (Zunûzî)

„Marvels of Wisdom (from Badâyi‘ al-hikam),“ transl. by Nicholas Boylston & Mohsen Kadivar, intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 471-88.

Ardistânî Muhammad Sâdiq

„Sâdiqian Wisdom (from al-Hikmah al-Sâdiqiyyah),“ intro. by M. Aminrazavi & transl.by Gholam-Reza Aavani, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 354-68.

Averroes

There is an Averroes-Database that can be consulted at http://dare.uni-koeln.de/?q=node/32 for Averroes’ works; http://dare.uni-koeln.de/?q=node/34 for Manuscripts and early printed materials of Averroes’ works & http://dare.uni-koeln.de/?q=node/129 for bibliography of secondary literature.

Averroès: le philosophe et la Loi. Édition, traduction et commentaire de “L’Abrégé du Mustasfa”, ed. by Ziad Bou Akl (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 14). Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015, x-501 pp., ISBN 9781501510359 & e-bk 9781501501357 [Averroes’ summary of al-Ghazâlî’s al-Mustasfa min ‘ilm al-usûl].

Three Arabic Treatises on Aristotle’s Rhetoric: The Commentaries of al-Fârâbî, Avicenna, and Averroes, transl. with intro. and notes by Lahcen Elyazghi Ezzaher (Landmarks in Rhetoric and Public Address). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2015, x-201 pp., ISBN 9780809334131; e-bk 9780809334148 [translation only of Bk. I of Averroes‘ Middle Commentary].

Adamson, Peter, « Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî and Averroes on Metaphysics Alpha Elatton, » in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, X, pp. 343-73 [2010 original].

Baffioni, Carmela, „Il problema dell’origine del mondo in Maimonide e in Averroè,“ in Storia e pensiero reigioso nel Vicino Oriente, pp. 111-39.

Benedetto, Marienza, “Storie di ricezione: Tolomeo, Avicenna e Averroè nel Medioevo arabo, ebraico e latino,” Quaestio, 13 (2013): 323-36.

Borgo, Marta, “Between Avicenna and Averroes: Considerations on the Early Aquinas’ Aristotle,” Documenti e Studi, 26 (2015): 211-40.

Brenet, Jean-Baptiste, Averroès l’Inquiétant. Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2015, 145 pp., ISBN 9782213445335.

-------, Les possibilités de jonction: Averroès-Thomas Wylton (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 10). Berlin-Boston: de Gruyter, 2013, 371 pp., ISBN 9783110315066.

Cerami, Cristina, Génération et Substance. Aristote et Averroès entre physique et métaphysique (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 18).  Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015, xix-734 pp., ISBN 9781614517771 & e-bk 9781614516958.

-------, “Induction et certitude dans le Grand Commentaire d’Averroès aux Seconds Analytiques,” in Raison et démonstration. Les commentaires médiévaux sur les Seconds Analytiques, ed. by Joël Biard (Studia Artistarum 40) (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015), pp. 47-69.

-------, “Signe physique et signe métaphysique. Averroès contre Avicenne sur le statut épistémologique des sciences de l’être,” in Nature et sagesse.  Les rapports entre physique et métaphysique dans la tradition aristotélicienne. Recueil de textes en hommage à Pierre Pellegrin, ed. by Cristina Cerami (Aristote. Traductions et etudes) (Louvain-la-Neuve: Peeters, 2014), pp. 429-73.

--------, “La substance première d’Averroès entre logique et ontologie,” in Aristotle’s Categories in the Byzantine, Arabic and Latin Traditions, ed. by Sten Ebbesen, John Marenbon & Paul Thom (Scientia Danica, Series H, Humanisitca, 8 vol. 5) (Publications of the Centre for the Aristotelian Tradition 2).  (Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, 2013), pp. 87-138.

Colmo, Christopher, “Wisdom and Power in Averroes’ Commentary on Plato’s Republic,” The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015): 308-18.

Cory, Therese Scarpelli, “Rethinking Abstractionism: Aquinas’s Intellectual Light and Some Arabic Sources,” Journal of the History of Philosophy, 53.4 (2015): 607-46.

-------, “Averroes and Aquinas on the Agent Intellect’s Causation of the Intelligible,” Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales, 82.1 (2015): 1-60.

de Carvalho, Mário Santiago, “Pierre Bayle et la critique d’Averroès à Coimbra.  Deux épisodes de la réception d’Averroès,” Revista Filosófica de Coimbra, 22.n.44 (2013): 417-32.

Di Donato, Silvia, “Is Celestial Motion a Natural Motion? Averroes’ Position and Its Reception in the Thirteenth- and Early Fourteenth-Century Commentary Tradition of the Physics,” in Averroes‘ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception, pp. 89-126.

Donati, Silvia, “Le Kitâb al-kashf ‘an manâhij al-adilla d’Averroès: les phases de la rédaction dans les discours sur l’existence de Dieu et sur la direction, d’après l’original arabe et la traduction hébraïque,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.1 (2015): 105-33.

Gerami, S.M. Hadi, “The Importance of History and Perspective in Understanding Mediaeval Philosophy: The Case of Maimonides’ Response to the Question of Eternity,”  The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015): 289-307.

Giglioni, Guido, « Haec igitur est nostra lex. Teologia e filosofia nel commento di Agostino Nifo alla Destructio destructionum di Averroè, » in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 125-44.

Günther, Sebastian, « Ibn Rushd and Thomas Aquinas on Education, » in The Heritage of Arabo-Islamic Learning, pp. 250-83.

Halper, Yehuda, « Averroes on Intentionality and the Human Experience of the Natural World, » in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 164-76.

Hayoun, Maurice-Ruben, « Averroès (Ibn Rushd) et sa postérité dans le judaïsme médiéval. La philosophie de Moïse de Narbonne (1300-1362), » in Orient-Occident, pp. 275-82.

Ivry, Alfred L., “Al-Ghazâlî, Averroes and Moshe Narboni: Conflict and Conflation,” in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 275-87.

Licata, Giovanni, “Un riadattamento ebraico del Fasl al-maqâl di Averroè: la Behinat ha-dat di Elia del Medigo,” Schede Medievali, 52 (2014): 239-54.

Martin, Craig, “Providence and Seventeenth-Century Attacks on Averroes,” in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception,” pp. 193-212.

Morel, Teymour & Aouad, Maroun, « Un fragment retrouvé (sur la composition des éléments) du troisième Livre perdu du Grand Commentaire au De Caelo par Averroès, » Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 195-206.

Sarrió, Diego R., „El filósofo como heredero de los profetas: el racionalismo islámico de Averroes,“ Al-Qantara, 36.1 (2015): 45-68.

Sylla, Edith Dudley, « Averroes and Fourteenth-Century Theories of Alteration. Minima naturalia and the Distinction between Mathematics and Physics, » in Averroes‘ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception, pp. 141-92 [Burley, Ockham, Richard Rufus, Giles of Rome, Duns Scotus, John of Jandun].

Trifogli, Cecilia, „The Reception of Averroes‘ View on Motion in the Latin West: The Case of Walter Burley,“ in Averroes‘ Natural Philosophy and Its Reception, pp. 127-139.

Urvoy, Dominique, « Averroès : les hasards de la translatio studiorum, » in Orient-Occident, pp. 541-48.

Welnak, Shawn, « The Discoverer of Being : Law or Philosophy ?, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 65-88.

Wirmer, David, « Ibn Rushds (Averroes’) Auffassung von Philosophie und ihre Kontexte, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 314-39.

-------, „Metaphysik und Intellektlehre. Philosophische Hauptthemen des Ibn Rushd (Averroes),“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 340-64.

Woerther, Frédérique, De l’hypokrisis au akhdh bi-l-wujûd. L’interprétation de l’action oratoire par Averroès dans le commentaire moyen à la Rhétorique d’Aristote,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 281-98.

-------, „Les translittérations dans la version latine du Commentaire moyen à l’Éthique à Nicomaque d’Averroès,“ Bulletin de Philosophie médiévale, 56 (2014): 61-89.

Zonta, Mauro, « La tradizione testuale del Commento medio di Averroè alla Metafisica di Aristotele tra Quattrocento e Cinquecento, » in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 15-23.

Avicenna

Avicenna, A Compendium On the Soul, transl. by Edward Abbott van Dyck (Scholar’s Choice, s.u. & s.d.), 94 pp. [Reprint of the Verona 1906 ed.]

Three Arabic Treatises on Aristotle’s Rhetoric: The Commentaries of al-Fârâbî, Avicenna, and Averroes, transl. with intro. and notes by Lahcen Elyazghi Ezzaher (Landmarks in Rhetoric and Public Address). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2015, x-201 pp., ISBN 9780809334131& e-book 9780809334148 [translation from al-‚Arûdî].

Adamson, Peter, “On knowledge of particulars,” in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, XI, pp. 273-94 [2005 original].

-------, « Avicenna and his commentators on human and divine self-intellection, » in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, XII, pp. 97-122 [2011 original].

-------, « From the necessary existent to God, » in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, XIII, pp. 170-89 [2013 original].

------- “Non-Discursive Thought in Avicenna’s Commentary on the Theology of Aristotle,” in his Studies on Plotinus & al-Kindî, VII, pp. 1-26 [2004 original].

-------, “Correcting Plotinus: Soul’s Relationship to Body in Avicenna’s Commentary on the Theology of Aristotle,” in his Studies on Plotinus & al-Kindî, VIII, pp. 59-75 [2004 original].

Alpina, Tommaso, „Intellectual Knowledge, Active Intellect and Intellectual Memory in Avicenna’s Kitâb al-Nafs and Its Aristotelian Background,“ Documenti e Studi, 25 (2014): 131-84.

Alwishah, Ahmed, „Avicenna on Self-cognition and Self-awareness,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 143-63.

Anchepe, Ignacio, “Cómo hacer cosas con ideas. El carácter activo del conocimiento en las noéticas de Avicena y Tomás de Aquino,” Patristica et Mediaevalia, 34 (2013): 27-50.

Arioli, Daniel H., “The First Ruler and the Prophet. On the Identity-in-Difference of Politics, Religion and Philosophy in the Thought of Alfarabi and Ibn Sina,” Polity, 46.4 (2014): 547-61.

Benedetto, Marienza, “Storie di ricezione: Tolomeo, Avicenna e Averroè nel Medioevo arabo, ebraico e latino,” Quaestio, 13 (2013): 323-36.

Black, Deborah L., “Sensing Bodies, Sensing Ourselves: Avicenna on the Nature of Sensation,” Documenti e Studi, 25 (2014): 185-214.

Borgo, Marta, “Between Avicenna and Averroes: Considerations on the Early Aquinas’ Aristotle,” Documenti e Studi, 26 (2015): 211-40.

Castello Dubra, Julio Antonio, “Tomás de Aquino contra Avicena: El origen de las formas y la subsistencia de la substancia singular,” Patristica et Mediaevalia, 29 (2008): 33-42.

Cerami, Cristina, “Signe physique et signe métaphysique. Averroès contre Avicenne sur le statut épistémologique des sciences de l’être,” in Nature et sagesse.  Les rapports entre physique et métaphysique dans la tradition aristotélicienne. Recueil de textes en hommage à Pierre Pellegrin, ed. by Cristina Cerami (Aristote. Traductions et études) (Louvain-la-Neuve: Peeters, 2014), pp. 429-73.

Chatti, Saloua, “Avicenna on Possibility and Necessity,” History & Philosophy of Logic, 35.4 (2014): 332-53.

Cory, Thérèse Scarpelli, “Rethinking Abstractionism: Aquinas’s Intellectual Light and Some Arabic Sources,” Journal of the History of Philosophy, 53.4 (2015): 607-46.

Côté, Antoine, “Siger, Avicenna, and Albert the Great on universals and natures,” Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter, 17.1 (2014): 99-122.

D’Acierno, Maria Rosaria, Music and Medicine from East to West : Ibn Sînâ – Sergio Piro, new ed. with a comment by Nûrâdîn Nâjî. San Demetrio Corone : Irfan Edizioni, 2012, 119 pp., ISBN 97888972785.

De Haan, Daniel D., « The Doctrine of the Analogy of Being in Avicenna’s Metaphysics of the Healing, » Review of Metaphysics, 69.2 (Dec. 2015) : 261-86.

Dhanani, Alnoor, « The Impact of Ibn Sînâ’s Critique of Atomism on Subsequent Kalâm Discussions of Atomism, » Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.1 (210015) : 79-104.

Di Vincenzo, Silvia, « Avicenna against Porphyry’s Definition of Differentia Specifica, » Documenti e Studi, 26 (2015) : 129-84.

Eichner, Heidrun, “The Categories in Avicenna: Material for developing a developmental account?,” in Aristotle’s Categories in the Byzantine, Arabic and Latin Traditions, ed. by Sten Ebbesen, John Marenbon & Paul Thom (Scientia Danica, Series H, Humanisitca, 8 vol. 5) (Publications of the Centre for the Aristotelian Tradition 2).  (Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, 2013), pp. 59-86.

-------, « Die Avicenna-Rezeption. Das Phänomen der enzyklopädischen Darstellungen, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 50-66.

-------, « Psychologie und Noetik bei Avicenna. Einige entwicklungsgeschichtliche Aspekte, » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 275-88.

Elgrably-Berzin, Gabriella, Avicenna in Medieval Hebrew Translation: Todros Todrosi’s Translation of Kitâb al-Najât, on Psychology and Metaphysics (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 91). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, xii-223 pp., ISBN 9789004277489 & e-bk 9789004281974 [includes edition].

Fedor, Benevich, “Die ‘göttliche Existenz’: Zum ontologischen Status der Essenz qua Essenz bei Avicenna,” Documenti e Studi, 26 (2015): 103-28.

Germann, Nadja, „Avicennas Metaphysik,“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 253-74.

Gutas, Dimitri, « Avicenna : Biography, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, I, pp. 1-11 [original 1987].

-------, « Avicenna’s Madhab, with an appendix on the question of his date of birth, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, II, pp. 323-336 [original 1987-88].

-------, « Texts from Avicenna’s Library in a Copy by ‘Abd-ar-Razzâq as-Sighnâhî, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, III, pp. 1-25 [original 1987].

-------, « Avicenna’s Marginal Glosses on De anima and the Greek Commentatorial Tradition, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, IV, pp. 77-88 [original 2004].

-------, « Avicenna’s Eastern (« Oriental ») Philosophy : Nature, Contents, Transmission, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, V, 159-80 [original 2000].

-------, « The Logic of Theology (kalâm) in Avicenna, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, VI, pp. 59-72 [original 2005].

-------, « The Empiricism of Avicenna, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, VII, pp. 1-53 [original 2012].

-------, « Medical Theory and Scientific Method in the Age of Avicenna, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, VIII, pp. 145-62 [original 2003].

-------, « Avicenna : The Metaphysics of the Rational Soul, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, IX, pp. 417-25 [original 2012].

-------, « Intuition and Thinking : The Evolving Structure of Avicenna’s Epistemology, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, X, pp. 1-38 [original 2001].

-------, « Imagination and Transcendental Knowledge in Avicenna, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XI, pp. 337-54 [original 2006].

-------, « Intellect without Limits : The Absence of Mysticism in Avicenna, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XII, pp. 1-22 [original 2006].

-------, « Avicenna : Mysticism and the Question of his « Oriental » Philosophy, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XIII, pp. 1-10 [original 1987].

-------, « The Heritage of Avicenna : The Golden Age of Arabic Philosophy, 1000-ca. 1350, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XIV, pp. 81-97 [original 2002].

-------, “Ibn Tufayl on Ibn Sînâ’s Eastern Philosophy,” in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XVI, pp. 222-41 [original 1994].

-------, “The Study of Avicenna. Status quaestionis atque agenda,” in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XVII, pp. 45-69 [original 2010].

-------, « Avicennas Erbe. Das ‘Goldene Zeitalter’ der arabischen Philosophie (1000-ca. 1350), » in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 96-112.

Haghighi, Seyed Reza Rokoee, « Avicenna and Husserl : Comparative Aspects, » in Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology, pp. 143-60.

Harvey, Steven, « Some Notes on ‘Avicenna among Medieval Jews’, » Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.2 (2015) : 249-77 [a complement to Gad Freudenthal & Mauro Zonta, « 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 (2012) : 217-87].

Hodges, Wilfrid, « Notes on the History of Scope, » in Logic Without Borders : Essays on Set Theory, Model Theory, Philosophical Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics, ed. by Asa Hirvonen, Juha Kontinen, Roman Kossak and Andrés Villaveces (Berlin : de Gruyter, 2015), pp. 215-40.

Houser, Rollen E., « Essence and Existence in Ibn Sînâ, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 212-24.

-------, « The Friar and the Vizier on the Range of the Theoretical Sciences, » Anuario Filosófico, 48.1 (2015) : 19-54 [Avicenna’s Introduction to the Shifâ’ & Thomas’ Commentary on Boethius’ De trinitate, q.5, a.1].

[Ibn al-Walîd], Avicenna’s Allegory on the Soul : An Ismaili Interpretation. An Arabic edition and English translation of Alî b. Muhammad b. al-Walîd’s al-Risâla al-mufîda, Arabic ed. by Wilferd Madelung & transl. and intro. by Toby Mayer. London-New York : I.B. Tauris, 2016, xii-168+42 pp., ISBN 9781784530884 & e-bk 9780857729668.

Janssens, Jules, « Foi et raison chez Avicenne, » in Orient-Occident, pp. 513-27.

Jouanneau, Anne-Sophie, „La naissance tolédane de la „philosophie arabe“.  Sur les intentions des traducteurs du Liber de Anima de l’Avicenne latin,“ Revue académique Les cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014): 39-64.

Kamal, Muhammad, « Individual Essences in Avicenna’s Metaphysics, » Open Journal of Philosophy, 4.1 (2014) : 16-21.

Karimullah, Kamran I., « Unusual Syllogisms : Avicenna and Najm al-Dîn al-Kâtîbî on per impossibile Syllogisms and Implication (luzûm), » Oriens, 43.1-2 (2015) : 223-71.

Kaukua, Jari, « The Problem of Intentionality in Avicenna, » Documenti e Studi, 25 (2014) : 215-42.

Kaya, M. Cüneyt, „A New Source for al-‚Âmirî Studies: al-Majâlis al-sab‘ bayna al-Shaykh wa al-‚Âmirî,“ Nazariyat, 1.2 (2015): 1-34 [Mss. Ragip Pasha Library 1461 ff. 150-162b; the Shaykh would be Ibn Sînâ].

Lammer, Andreas, „Defining Nature from Aristotle to Philoponus to Avicenna,“ in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 121-42.

Limardo, Darío José, « Las ‘Nociones Primeras’ de Avicena como fuente de la doctrina de los transcendentales en Tomás de Aquino, » Patristica et Mediaevalia, 34 (2013) : 73-89.

Lizzini, Olga, « Causality as Relation : Avicenna (and al-Ghazâlî), » Quaestio, 13 (2013) : 165-96.

Matthews, Gareth, « Augustine and Ibn Sina on Souls in the Afterlife, » Philosophy (Cambridge), 89.3 (2014) : 463-76.

McGinnis, Jon, « A Small Discovery : Avicenna’s Theory of Minima Naturalia, » Journal of the History of Philosophy, 53.1 (2015) : 1-24.

Minnema, Anthony H., « Algazel Latinus : The Audience of the Summa theoricae philosophiae, 1150-1600, » Traditio, 69 (2014) : 153-215 [in fact Latin Translation of al-Ghazâlî’s Arabic interpretive translation of Ibn Sînâ’s Persian Dânesh-Nâmeh].

Moureau, Sébastien, « Physics in the Twelfth Century : the Porta elementorum of Pseudo-Avicenna’s Alchemical De anima and Marius’ De elementis, » Archives d’Histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge, 80 (2013) : 147-222 [includes critical ed. & annotated transl.].

O’Reilly, Francisco, « La causa essendi como verdadera causa metafísica en el Avicenna Latinus, » Patristica et Mediaevalia, 32 (2011) : 87-98.

Pessin, Sarah, « Forms of Hylomorphism, » in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 197-211.

Raftari, Hojjatollah, « Happiness in View of Aristotle and Avicenna, » International Journal of Social Science and Humanities, 5.8 (August 2015) : 714-19.

Renzi, Fabrizio, La conoscenza metafisica tra molteplicità e unità.  Tommaso d’Aquino a confronto con Avicenna (Grande enciclopedia epistemologica 10). Rome : Casa editrice Leonardo da Vinci, 2014, 211 pp., ISBN 978888892654.

Richardson, Kara, « Two Arguments for Natural Teleology from Avicenna’s Shifâ’, » History of Philosophy Quarterly, 32.2 (2015) : 123-40.

Roux, Géraldine, « Les conjectures maïmonidiennes, » in Storia e penseiro religioso nel Vicino Oriente, pp. 101-10.

Ruffus, Anthony & McGinnis, Jon, « Willful Understanding : Avicenna’s Philosophy of Action and Theory of the Will, » Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 97.2 (2015) : 160-95.

Safarlaki, Shamshola & Sadadtizadeh, Seyed Sajad, « Resultant of Soul and Wisdom in Ibn Sina’s Viewpoint, » Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities, 4.2 (2014) : 457-64.

Sayyid Ahmad ‘Alawî, „Commentary on ‚The Book of Healing‘ (from Sharh al-shifâ‘),“ transl. by Majid Fakhry, intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 261-82 [on resuurection].

Shihadeh, Ayman, Doubts on Avicenna. A Study and Edition of Sharaf al-Dîn al-Mas’ûdî’s Commentary on the Ishârât (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 95). Leiden-Boston : Brill, 2015, viii-289 pp., ISBN 9789004302525 & e-bk 9789004302532 [also deals with al-Ghazâlî, Abû al-Barakat & Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî].

Sinai, Nicolai, „Al-Suhrawardî on Mirror Vision and Suspended Images (muthul mu’allaqa),“ Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.2 (2015): 279-97 [also considers Avicenna on mirror vision].

Stella, Federico, „La prigionia e la salvezza dell’anima da Avicenna a Suhrawardî: quali fonti?,“ Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013): 117-33 [the sources are Plato & al-Fârâbî].

Strobino, Riccardo, „Principles of Scientific Knowledge and the Psychology of (their) intellection in Avicenna’s Kitâb al-Burhân,“ in Raison et démonstration. Les commentaires médiévaux sur les Seconds Analytiques, ed. by Joël Biard (Studia Artistarum 40) (Turnhout: Brepols, 2015), pp. 31-45.

-------, “What if that (is) why? Avicenna’s Taxonomy of Scientific Inquiries,” in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 50-75.

-------, “Time and Necessity in Avicenna’s Theory of Demonstration,” Oriens, 43.3-4 (2015): 338-67.

Thom, Paul, “The Division of the Categories according to Avicenna,” in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 30-49.

Toivanen, Juhana, « The Fate of the Flying Man : Medieval Reception of Avicenna’s Thought Experiment, » Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy, 3 (2015) : 64-98.

Trego, Kristell, « La métaphysique de la cause. Note sur la cause agente et la (re)naissance de la cause efficiente, » Chôra, 12 (2014) : 145-69.

Üçer, Ibrahim Halil, « Aristotle’s dunamis Transformed : On Avicenna’s Conception of Natural isti’dâd and tahayyu’, » Nazariyat, 2.3 (2015) : 35-74.

Baghdadi Philosophers

Adamson, Peter, “Knowledge of universals and particulars in the Baghdad school,” in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, IX, pp.141-64 [2007 original; al-Fârâbî, Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî & Ibn al-Tayyib].

Janos, Damien, “Appendix: Recent Publications on Syriac and Arabic Christian Philosophy and the Baghdad School,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 435-69 [covers material published after 2006-7 in 1. Syriac philosophy and the translation movements from Greek and Syriac to Arabic; 2. The Syriac and Arabic reception of Philoponus; 3. Theodore Abû Qurra; 4. Abû Râ’ita al-Takrîtî; 5. ‚Ammâr al-Basrî; 6. Hunayn ibn Ishâq; 7. Ishâq ibn Hunayn; 8. Qustâ ibn Lûqâ; 9. The „Baghdad School‘ and its relation to al-Fârâbî; 10. Abû Bishr Mattâ ibn Yûnus; 11. Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî; 12. Ibn Zur’a; 13. Ibn al-Samh; 14. Al-Hasan ibn Suwâr ibn al-Khammâr; 15. Ibn al-Tayyib; 16. Bar Habraeus].

al-Batalyûsî

Eliyahu, Ayala, “Del Kitâb al-hadâ’iq al Kitâb al-dawâ’ir: replanteamiento del tratado filosófico de Ibn al-Sîd al-Batalyawsî,” Al-Qantara. 36.1 (2015): 165-98.

al-Bîrunî

Samian, A.L., “The Question of Divinity in Newton’s and al-Biruni’s Philosophies of Mathematics: A Comparative Peerspective,” in Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology, pp. 113-24.

Dashtakî Ghiyâth al-Dîn Mansûr

„Mansurian Ethics (from Akhlâq-i Mansûrî), transl. by Farhang Jahanpour & Stations of the Gnostics (from Maqâmât al-‚ârifîn), transl. by Maria Massi Dakake,“ intro. by M. Aminrazi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 59-99.

Dashtakî Sadr al-Dîn

„Treatise on the Problem of the Liar’s Paradox (from Risâlah fî shubhat jadhr al-asamm),“ intro. by M. Aminrazavi & transl. by Majid Fakhry, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 48-58.

Dawânî Jalâl al-Dîn

„The Treatise of Baghdad (from Risâlat al-zawrâ‘),“ intro. by M. Aminrazavi & transl. by Nariman Aavani, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 36-47.

al-Fârâbî

Alfarabi, The Political Writings, Volume II: “Political Regime” and “Summary of Plato’s Laws”, transl., annotations and intro. by Charles E. Butterworth. Ithaca-London: Cornell University Press, 20015, xvi-204 pp., ISBN 9780801453809. 

al-Fârâbî, Abû Nasr, Le recensement des sciences (al-Ihsâ’ al-‘ulûm), text, intro. and commentary by Amor Cherni (Sagesses philosophiques).  Beirut-Paris: Albouraq, 2015, 221 pp., ISBN 9791022500586 [ed. based on previous eds.].

Three Arabic Treatises on Aristotle’s Rhetoric: The Commentaries of al-Fârâbî, Avicenna, and Averroes, transl. with intro. and notes by Lahcen Elyazghi Ezzaher (Landmarks in Rhetoric and Public Address). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2015, x-201 pp., ISBN 9780809334131; e-bk 9780809334148 [translation of The Book of Rhetoric].

Abranches, André, “Considerações sobre o Al-Farabi de Leo Strauss,” Revista Filosófica de Coimbra, 22.n.43 (2013): 43-70.

Adamson, Peter, “The Arabic sea battle: al-Fârâbî on the problem of future contingents,” in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, VIII, pp. 163-88 [2006 original].

Alagha, Joseph, “Al-Farabi’s Political Philosophy and Shî’îsm,” The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015): 319-55.

Arioli, Daniel H., “The First Ruler and the Prophet. On the Identity-in-Difference of Politics, Religion and Philosophy in the Thought of Alfarabi and Ibn Sina,” Polity, 46.4 (2014): 547-61.

Baracchi, Claudia, “The Shining and the Hidden: Notes on Politics and Solitude from the “Greek Prophets” to al-Fârâbî,” in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 214-33.

Butterworth, Charles E., “Alfarabi (870-950): Reason, Revelation, and Politics,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 103-18.

Cherni, Amor, La cité et ses opinions. Politique et métaphysique chez Abû Nasr al-Fârâbî (Sagesses philosophiques). Beirut-Paris: Albouraq, 2015, 424 pp., ISBN 9791022500593 [includes remarks and partial translations of Kitâb al-Hurûf in supplements I-V, pp. 369-98; partial translation of On Intellect, pp. 399-408, & a note on the inauthentic character of al-Jam’, pp. 409-14].

de Vaulx d’Arcy, Guillaume, « La bêtise des penseurs arabes. D’une forme de déraison à l’époque classique arabe, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 89-112.

Devos, Jean, “Al-Fârâbî, l’islam et la métaphysique,” L’Enseignement philosophique, 65.2 (Dec. 2014-Feb. 2015): 50-59.

Ferrari, Cleophea, “Al-Fârâbî und der arabische Aristotelismus,” in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 218-32.

Hamedi, Afifeh, „Farabi’s View on Happiness,“ International Journal of Advanced Research, 1.7 (2013): 474-78.

Janos, Damien, “Appendix: Recent Publications on Syriac and Arabic Christian Philosophy and the Baghdad School,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 435-69 [covers material published after 2006-7 on the „Baghdad School‘ and its relation to al-Fârâbî, pp. 461-63].

Janssens, Jules, „Al-Farabi: la religion comme imitation de la philosophie,“ in Orient-Occident, pp. 497-512.

Kleven, Terence J., “Al-Fârâbî’s Introduction to the Five Rational Arts with Reference to The Five Aphorisms (al-Fusûl al-Khamsa) and Ibn Bâjja’s Comments (Ta’âlîq),” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 165-94.

-------, “Alfarabi’s Commentary on Porphyry’s Isagoge (Kitâb Îsâgûjî),” Schede Medievali, 51 (2013): 41-52.

Marquet, Yves, “La Contradiction et l’éveil de la conscience dans le système de Farabi,” The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015): 379-90.

Pormann, Peter E., “Al-Fârâbî, the Melancholic Thinker and Philosopher Poet,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, 135.2 (2015): 209-24.

Stella, Federico, „La prigionia e la salvezza dell’anima da Avicenna a Suhrawardî: quali fonti?,“ Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013): 117-33 [the sources are Plato & al-Fârâbî].

Stone, Gregory B., « Dante’s Commedia, Islamic Rationalism, and the Enumeration of the Sciences, » Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013) : 135-67.

Streetman, W. Craig, “Al-Fârâbî: Legitimate ‘Second teacher’ after Aristotle on Matters Relating to the Intellect,” Documenti e Studi, 25 (2014): 85-130.

Tartler Tabarasi, Grete, “On Migration, Higra, in al-Fârâbî’s Moral Philosophy,” Romano-Arabica, 15 (2015): 291-96.

Welnak, Shawn, “Alfarabi’s Unacknowledged Legislators,” The Maghreb Review, 40.3 (2015): 356-78 [Book of Religion, poets].

Woerther, Frédérique, “Al-Fârâbî and the Didascalia,” in Aristotle and the Arabic Tradition, pp. 92-104.

al-Hafrî

Saatchian, Firouzeh, Gottes Wesen-Gottes Wirken. Ontologie und Kosmologie im Denken von Shams-al-Dîn Muhammad al-Hafrî (gest. 942/1535). Eine philosophische Analyse nach seinen Schriften al-Risâla fî ithbât wajîb al-wujûd bi-l-dhât wa-sifâtihî und al-Risâla fî l-ilâhiyyât (Islamkundliche Untersuchungen 305).  Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag, 2011, 236 + 142 pp., ISBN 9783879974016.

Hunayn b. Ishâq

Bos, Gerrit & Langermann, Y. Tzvi, „An Epitome of Galen‘s On the Elements Ascribed to Hunayn Ibn Ishâq,“ Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.1 (2015): 1-32.

Overwien, Oliver, „The Paradigmatic Translator and His Method: Hunayn ibn Ishâq’s Translation of the Hippocratic Aphorisms from Greek via Syriac into Arabic,“ Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 3.1-2 (2015): 158-87.

Ibn ‘Adî

[Ibn ‘Adî] « Trois traités théologiques de Yahyâ Bin ‘Adî (Lumière sur quelques valeurs morales du christianisme), » ed. by Nadine Abbas, Al-Machriq, 89.1 (2015) : 351-76 [in Arabic ; 1. On « If for you your eye is cause of scandal » ; 2. On the error of those who exclude from the Our Father « Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us » ; 3. Answer to the question about the veneration of the Holy Cross].

Adamson, Peter, « Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî and Averroes on Metaphysics Alpha Elatton, » in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, X, pp. 343-73 [2010 original].

Baffioni, Carmela, „Movement as „Discrete“: Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî as a Source for the Ikhwân al-Safâ‘?,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 281-97.

Bennett, David & Wisnovsky, Robert, „A Newly Discovered Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî Treatise against Atomism,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 298-311.

Endress, Gerhard, „Theology as a Rational Science: Aristotelian Philosophy, the Christian Trinity and Islamic Monotheism in the Thought of Yahya ibn ‚Adî,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 221-52.

Lizzini, Olga, „What Does Tawhîd Mean? Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî’s Treatise on the Affirmation of the Unity of God between Philosophy and Theology,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 253-80.

Omar, Mohd Nasir, « Yahya ibn ‘Adi on the Nature of Man, » Islamic Quarterly, 58.4 (2014) : 357-64.

Ibn Bâjjah (Avempace)

Kleven, Terence J., “Al-Fârâbî’s Introduction to the Five Rational Arts with Reference to The Five Aphorisms (al-Fusûl al-Khamsa) and Ibn Bâjja’s Comments (Ta’âlîq),” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 165-94.

Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, « Avempace en las obras de santo Tomás de Aquino, » Anuario Filosófico, 48.1 (2015) : 55-78.

Wirmer, David, Vom Denken der Natur zur Natur des Denkens. Ibn Baggas Theorie der Potenz als Grundlegung der Psychologie (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 13). Berlin : de Gruyter, 2014, 800 pp., ISBN 9783110271966 e-bk 9783110272031 [includes a German translation of Kitâb al-nafs, pp. 637-727].

Ibn al-Haytham

Baakrime, Abdelmajid, « La relation perceptive selon Alhazen et ses retombées philosophiques, » Quaestio, 13 (2013) : 149-64.

Mattila, Janne, « The Philosophical Lives of Ibn al-Haytham and Ibn Ridwân : Autobiography as an expression of the philosophical way of life, » in Travelling through Time, pp. 325-39

Ibn Khaldûn

Barisan, Cemile, “Revisiting Ibn Khaldun, the Revolutionary Child of al-Falasifa. Is the Muqaddimah an Averroesian Break in Islamic Philosophy,” Dîvân Dergisi, 19.2, n. 37 (2014).

Daga Portillo, Rocío, “Ibn Khaldûn,” in Islamische Philosophie in Mittelalter, pp. 365-73.

Fadel, Marwan Abi, „L’histoire de la Grèce antique selon Ibn Khaldoun,“ Al-Machriq, 89.1 (2015): 69-96 [in Arabic].

el-Rayes, Waseem, „An Ambiguous Beginning: Al-zâhir wa-al-bâtin in Ibn Khaldûn’s Preface to the Muqaddima,“ Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.2 (2015): 225-47.

-------, „Culture vs. Civilization. Ibn Khaldûn’s Muqaddima and the Literal Meaning of ‚Umrân,“ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 65 (2013-2014): 207-28.

Ibn al-Muqaffâ‘

Daiber, Hans, „Das Kitâb al-Âdâb al-kabîr des Ibn al-Muqaffâ‘ als Ausdruck griechischer Ethik, islamischer Ideologie und iranisch-sassanidischer Hofetikette,“ Oriens, 43.3-4 (2015): 273-92.

Ibn Ridwân

Mattila, Janne, « The Philosophical Lives of Ibn al-Haytham and Ibn Ridwân : Autobiography as an expression of the philosophical way of life, » in Travelling through Time, pp. 325-39.

Ibn al-Tayyib

Butts, Aaron, « In Search of Sources for Ibn al-Tayyib’s The Paradise of Christianity : Theodore bar Koni’s Scholion, » Journal of the Canadian Society for Syriac Studies, 14 (2014) : 3-29.

Ibn Tufayl

Barchiesi, Sara, “Ibn Tufayl “maestro di Averroè”. Diffusione dell’Epistola di Hayy ibn Yaqzân in relazione alla tradizione averroistica,” in L’averroismo in età moderna, pp. 145-66.

Gutas, Dimitri, “Ibn Tufayl on Ibn Sînâ’s Eastern Philosophy,” in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XVI, pp. 222-41 [original 1994].

Kukkonen, Taneli, Ibn Tufayl: Living the Life of Reason (Makers of the Muslim World). London: Oneworld, 2014, xiv-145 pp., ISBN 9781780745640 & e-bk 9781780746173.

Ibn al-Walîd

[Ibn al-Walîd], Avicenna’s Allegory on the Soul : An Ismaili Interpretation. An Arabic edition and English translation of Alî b. Muhammad b. al-Walîd’s al-Risâla al-mufîda, Arabic ed. by Wilferd Madelung & transl. and intro. by Toby Mayer. London-New York : I.B. Tauris, 2016, xii-168+42 pp., ISBN 9781784530884 & e-bk 9780857729668.

Ikhwân as-Safâ’

Ikwân as-Safâ’, On Geography. An Arabic Critical Edition and English Translation of EPISTLE 4, ed. & transl. by Ignacio Sánchez & James Montgomery (Epistles of the Brethern of Purity). Oxford: Oxford University Press with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2014, 252 pp., ISBN 9780198728221.

Baffioni, Carmela, „Movement as „Discrete“: Yahyâ ibn ‚Adî as a Source for the Ikhwân al-Safâ‘?,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 281-97.

Nokso-Koivisto, Inka & Svärd, Saana, „The Microcosm-Macrocosm Analogy in Mesopotamian and Mediaeval Islamic Contexts,“ in Travelling through Time, pp. 279-307.

Poonawala, Ismail, „Wealth and Poverty in the Qur’an and Traditions of the Prophet, and How Those Concepts are Reflected in the Rasa’il Ikhwan al-Safa‘,“ Journal of Shi’a Islamic Studies, 8.3 (2015): 263-87.

al-Isfahânî

Mohamed, Yasien, « The Duties of the Teacher : Al-Isfahânî’s Dharî’a as a Source of Inspiration for al-Ghazâlî’s Mizân al-‘Amal, » in Islam and Rationality, pp. 186-206.

al-Isfizârî

Wakelnig, Elvira, „Die Philosophen in der Tradition al-Kindîs. Al-‚Âmirî, al-Isfizârî, Miskawayh, as-Sigistânî und at-Tawhîdî,“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 233-52.

Ishâq ibn Hunayn

Eksell, Kerstin, „Pragmatic Markers from Greek into Arabic: A Case Study on Translations by Ishâq ibn Hunayn,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 321-44.

al-Jâhiz

Agha, Saleh Said, „Language as a Component of Arab Identity in al-Jâhiz: The Case of Ismâ’îlî Conversion to Arabhood,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 67-89.

Behzadi, Lale, „Al-Jâhiz and his successors on Communication and the Levels of Language,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 125-32.

Cooperson, Michael, „Al-Jâhiz, the misers, and the Proto-Sunnî Ascetics,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 197-219.

Daiber, Hans, „A New Manuscript of al-Jâhiz’s Works and its Importance for their Transmission,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 221-28.

Ess, Josef van, „Al-Jâhiz and Early Mu’Tazilî Theology,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 3-15.

Günther, Sebastian, „Al-Jâhiz and the Poetics of Teaching—A Ninth Century Muslim Scholar on Intellectual Education,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 17-26.

Heath, Peter, „Al-Jâhiz, Adab, and the Art of the Essay,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 133-72.

Heck, Paul L., „Signs of Skepticism in Early Abbasid Literature: The Case of al-Jâhiz (d. 255/869),“ Journal of Abbasid Studies, 2.2 (2015): 220-44.

Kilpatrick, Hilary, „Al-Jâhiz and World Music,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 27-38.

Saliba, George, „Al-Jâhiz and the Critique of Aristotelian Science,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 39-50.

Sánchez, Ignacio, „Al-Jâhiz (d. 255/869) on Hadîth Criticism,“ Journal of Abbasid Studies, 2.2 (2015): 196-219.

Schoeler, Gregor, „Writing for a Reading Public: The Case of al-Jâhiz,“ in Al-Jâhiz, pp. 51-63.

Jilwah Mîrzâ Abu’l-Hasan Tabâtabâ’î

„Philosophical Epistles (from Rasâ’il falsafiyyah),“ transl. by Nader El-Bizri, intro. by M. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 513-29.

al-Jurjânî ‚Abd al-Qâhir

Belboukhari, Abdelfattah, „De l’oeil et de l’esprit: une sémiotique du visible et de l’invisible dans le Dalâ’il al-‚ijâz d’al-Jurjânî,“ Arabica, 62.2-3 (2015): 260-307.

al-Jurjânî Sayyid Sharîf

Özturan, Mehmet, „On Sayyid Sharîf al-Jurjânî’s Risala fî taqsîm al-‚ilm: Analysis and Critical Edition,“ Nazariyat, 1.2 (2015): 95-135 [on tasdîq & tasawwur].

Kâshânî Mullâ Muhsin Fayd

„Hidden Words (from Kalimât maknûnah),“ & „Divine Sciences (from al-Ma’ârif al-ilâhiyyah),“ transl. by Shigeru Kamada & intro. by M. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 305-26.

al-Kâtîbî

Karimullah, Kamran I., « Unusual Syllogisms : Avicenna and Najm al-Dîn al-Kâtîbî on per impossibile Syllogisms and Implication (luzûm), » Oriens, 43.1-2 (2015) : 223-71.

Khafrî Shams al-Dîn

« Treatise on Prime Matter (from Risâlah fî’l-hayûlâ), transl. by Majid Fakhry, & « Treatise on the Bewilderment of the Learned : The Liar’s Paradox (from Risâlah ‘ibrat al-fudalâ’ : Jadhr al-asamm), transl. by Majid Fakhry, » intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 100-116.

Khâjû’î Mullâ Ismâ‘îl

„On the Refutation of Illusory Time (from Ibtâl al-zamân al-nawhûm),“ transl. by Majid Fakhry, intro by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 399-418.

Khayyám Omar

González Fernández, Martín, „Omar Khayyám (1040/62-1131/32) y la filosofía árabe,“ Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 21 (2014): 119-30.

al-Kindî

Adamson, Peter, „A Note on Freedom in the Circle of al-Kindî,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, VI, pp. 199-207 [2004 original].

-------, „Abû Ma’shar, al-Kindî and the Philosophical Defense of Astrology,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, X, pp. 245-70 [2002 original].

-------, „Before Essence and Existence: al-Kindî’s Conception of Being,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XI, pp. 297-312 [2002 original].

-------, „Al-Kindî and the Mu’tazila: Divine Attributes, Creation and Freedom,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XII, pp. 45-77 [2003 original].

-------, „Vision, Light and Color in al-Kindî, Ptolemy and the Ancient Commentators,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XIII, pp. 207-36 [2006 original].

-------, « The Kindian Tradition : The Structure of Philosophy in Arabic Neoplatonism, » in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XIV, pp. 1-20 [2007 original].

-------, “Al-Kindî und die frühe Rezeption der griechischen Philosophie,” in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 143-61.

Wakelnig, Elvira, „Die Philosophen in der Tradition al-Kindîs. Al-‚Âmirî, al-Isfizârî, Miskawayh, as-Sigistânî und at-Tawhîdî,“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 233-52.

Lâhîjî ‚Abd al-Razzâq

„The Pearl of Desire (from Gawhar-i murâd),“ transl. by Mohammad Faghfoory & „Lights of Inspiration (from Shawâriq al-ilhâm),“ transl. by Maria Massi Dakake [part of a commentay on Tûsî’s Tajrîd al-i’tiqâd], intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 222-48.

Lâhîjî Hasan ibn ‚Abd al-Razzâq

„Persian Treatises (from Rasâ’il-i fârsî),“ transl. by Mohammad Faghfoory, intro by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 223-24 & 249-60.

Liber de causis

Amerini, Fabrizio, “Remoto rationali, remanet vivum. Tommaso d’Aquino, il Liber de causis e la fine della vita umana,” Documenti e Studi, 26 (2015): 185-211.

D’Ancona, Cristina, “The Liber de causis,” in Interpreting Proclus from Antiquity to the Renaissance, ed. by Stephen Gersh (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014), pp. 137-61.

Schäfer, Christian, “Der arabische Liber de causis und seine Erfolgsgeschichte im lateinischen Westen,” in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 186-98.

Mâshâ’allâh

Mimura, Taro, “The Arabic original of (ps.) Mâshâ’allâh’s Liber de orbe: its date and authorship,” The British Journal for the History of Science, 48.2 (2015): 321-52.

al-Mas’ûdî

Shihadeh, Ayman, Doubts on Avicenna. A Study and Edition of Sharaf al-Dîn al-Mas’ûdî’s Commentary on the Ishârât (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 95). Leiden-Boston : Brill, 2015, viii-289 pp., ISBN 9789004302525 & e-bk 9789004302532 [also deals with al-Ghazâlî, Abû al-Barakat & Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî].

Mattâ (Abû Bishr)

Janos, Damien, “’Active Nature’ and Other Striking Features of Abû Bishr Mattâ ibn Yûnus’s Cosmology as reconstructed from His Commentary on Aristotle’s Physics,” in Ideas in Motion, pp. 135.

al-Mâwardî

al-Mâwardî, De l’éthique du Prince et du gouvernement de l’État, transl. and intro. by Makram Abbès (Sagesses médiévales 14). Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2015, 536 pp., ISBN 9782251183169.

Mîr Dâmâd

„Sparks of Fire (from al-Qabasât),“ intro. by M. Aminrazavi, transl. by Keven Brown, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 127-45.

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “Mullâ Shamsâ Gîlânî and His Treatise on the Incipience of the Cosmos (hudûth al-‘âlam),” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 40-70.

Mîr Findiriskî

“Treatise on the Arts (from Risâlah-yi sinâ’iyyah),” intro. by M. Aminrazavi, transl. by Ahmad Kazemi-Moussavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 146-61.

Miskawayh

Adamson, Peter, “Miskawayh on Pleasure,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2015): 199-223.

-------, “Miskawayh’s Psychology,” in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XV, pp. 39-54 [2007 original].

de Vaulx d’Arcy, Guillaume, « La bêtise des penseurs arabes. D’une forme de déraison à l’époque classique arabe, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 89-112.

Wakelnig, Elvira, „Die Philosophen in der Tradition al-Kindîs. Al-‚Âmirî, al-Isfizârî, Miskawayh, as-Sigistânî und at-Tawhîdî,“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 233-52.

Mullâ ‚Abd Allâh Zunûzî

„Divine Flashes of Light (from Lama’ât-i ilâhiyyah),“ transl. by Mohammad J. Esmaili & intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 460-70.

Mullâ Sadrâ al-Shirâzî

“The Four Intellectual Journeys (from al-Asfâr al-‘aqliyyah al-arba’ah),” transl. by Majid Fakhry; “Metaphysical Penetrations (from Kitâb al-Mashâ’ir),” transl. by Seyyed Hossein Nasr; and “The Unification of the Intellect and the Intellected (from Ittihâd al-‘âqil wa’l-ma’qûl),” transl. by Ibrahim Kalin, intro. by S. H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 162-221.

Esots, Janis, “A Russian translation of a Fragment from Mullâ Sadrâ’s al-Hikma al-‘arshiyya (the first ishrâq of the second mashriq),” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 200-16.

Abdallahi, Mahdi, “Philosophical Foundation of the Individual Unity of Existence according to Mullâ Sadrâ,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 137-42 [in Russian].

Amoli, Javadi, “Introduction to the Rahîq-i Makhtûm (Sections 1-3),” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 28-39 [Russian translation of the first three sections of Amoli’s commentary on the Asfâr].

Ashtiyani, Sayyid Jalal al-Din, “The Principality of Existence and the Relativity of Quiddity in the Thought of Mullâ Sadrâ,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 11-27 [in Russian].

Ayatollahy, Hamidreza, “A Comparison between Existence in Existentialism and Sadrean Principality of Existence,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 87-114.

Esots, Janis, “Mullâ Sadrâ’s Teaching on Corporeal Resurrection,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 182-99.

Kamal, Muhammad, “Sadra’s Doctrine of Substantial Change,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 126-36.

-------, “Dressing after Dressing: Sadra’s Interpretation of Change,” Open Journal of Philosophy, 3.1 (2013): 55-62.

Khadri, Gholam Hossein, “’Abd al-Razzâq Lâhijî’s Life and Thought: A Brief Overview,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 216-28.

Meisami, Sayeh, “Mullâ Sadrâ on the Efficacy of Prayer (Du’â),” Journal of Sufi Studies, 4.1-2 (2015): 59-83.

Nûrî, Mullâ ‘Alî, “Glosses upon ‘The Secrets of Verses’ (from Sharh asrâr al-âyât),” transl. by Latimah-Parvin Peerwani, intro. by M. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 419-38.

Parildar, Sumeyye, “Mullâ Sadrâ on the “Mental”: A Monist Approach to Mental Existence,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 160-81.

Peerwani, Latimah-Parvin, “Mullâ Sadrâ: Provision for a Traveler on the Spiritual Path to Being (Zâd al-musâfir),” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 71-86.

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “ Mullâ Shamsâ Gîlânî and His Treatise on the Incipience of the Cosmos (hudûth al-‘âlam),” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 40-70.

-------, “Mullâ Sadrâ and Metaphysics: Modulation of Being. London-New York: Routledge, 2011, xiv-222 pp., ISBN 9780415849005 pbk; 9780415 49073 hbk; 9780203879542 ebk.

Shaker, Anthony F., “Man, Existence and the Balance (mîzân) in Islamic Philosophy,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 26.2 (2015): 145-98.

Toussi, Sayyd Khalil, “Ethical Objectivity in Transcendent Philosophy,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 143-59.

Mullâ Shamsâ Gîlânî

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “ Mullâ Shamsâ Gîlânî and His Treatise on the Incipience of the Cosmos (hudûth al-‘âlam),” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 40-70.

al-Nawbakhtî al-Hasan ibn Mûsâ

al-Hasan ibn Mûsâ al-Nawbakhtî, Commentary on Aristotle “De generatione et corruption”, ed., transl & commentary by Rashed Marwan (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 19). Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015, x-438 pp., ISBN 9783110443646 & e-bk 978311044582 [oldest Arabic commentary on the text; al-Nawbakhtî’s fl. ca. 900].

Nûrî Mullâ ‘Alî

“Glosses upon ‘The Secrets of Verses’ (from Sharh asrâr al-âyât),” transl. by Latimah-Parvin Peerwani, intro. by M. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 419-38.

Qummî

“Mysteries of Worship (from Asrâr al-‘ibâdât),” transl. by Gholam-Reza Aavani & “Commentary on the Enneads (from Ta’lîqât bar uthûlûjiyâ),” transl. by Majid Fakhry, intro. by M. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 327-53.

Qumsha’î Âqâ Muhammad Ridâ

„On the Oneness of Existence, or Rather, the Existent (from Risâlah fî wahdat al-wujûd bal al-mawjûd),“ & „Addendum to the Ringstone on Seth from ‚The ringstones of Wisdom‘ on the Topics of Friendship (from Dhayl-i fass-i shîhî-yi fusûs al-hikam: dar mabâhith-i walâyat),“ transl. by William Chittick, intro. by M. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 489-512.

al-Qûnawî Sadr al-Dîn

Esots, Janis, “A Russian Translation of a Fragment from Sadr al-Dîn Qûnawî’s Miftâkh al-ghayb,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 314-24.

Todd, Richard, The Sufi Doctrine of Man: Sadr al-Dîn al-Qûnawî’s Metaphysical Anthropology (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 90). Leiden-Boston: Brill 2014, 240 pp., ISBN 9789004271234 & e-bk 9789004271265.

Yilmaz, Kamil, “Ibn ‘Arabî in Qûnawî’s Sharh al-hadîth al-arba’în,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 314-24 [in Russian].

Qutb al-Dîn Nayrîzî

“The Measure of Good in the Elucidation of the Subject of Rhetoric (from Mîzân al-sawâb dar sharh-I fasl al-khitâb),” transl. by David Bennett, intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 371-98.

 

al-Râzî Abû Bakr

Al-Râzî, On the Treatment of Small Children (De curis puerorum), ed. and transl. by Gerrit Bos & Michael McVaugh (Sir Henry Wellcome Asian Series 14). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, viii-230 pp., ISBN 9789004292284 & e-bk 9789004293038 [edition of the Latin translation of the lost Arabic and of three Hebrew translations, plus English translation].

Adamson, Peter, „Galen and al-Râzî on time,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, IV, pp. 1-14 [2012 original].

-------, „Galen on void,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, V, pp. 197-211 [2014 original].

-------, „Platonic Pleasures in Epicurus and al-Râzî,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, VI, pp. 71-94 [2008 original].

-------, „Abû Bakr al-Râzî on animals,“ in his Studies on Early Arabic Philosophy, VII, pp. 249-73 [2012 original].

-------, “Abû Bakr ar-Râzî,” in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 199-217.

Goodman, Lenn E., „How Epicurean was Râzî?,“ Studia graeco-arabica, 5 (2015): 247-80.

Kahl, Oliver, The Sanskrit, Syriac and Persian Sources in the Comprehensive Book of Rhazes (Islamic Philosophy, Theology aqnd Science. Texts and Studies 93). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, 488 pp., ISBN 9789004290259 & e-bk 9789004290242 [text material in original Arabic or Sanskrit with English translation].

Koetschet, Pauline, „Galien, al-Râzî, et l’éternité du monde.  Les fragments du traité Sur la démonstration, IV, dans les Doutes sur Galien,“ Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.2 (2015): 167-98.

Vallat, Philippe, „Between Hellenism, Islam, and Christianity: Abû Bakr al-Râzî and His Controversies with Contemporary Mu’Tazilite Theologians as Reported by the Ash’arite Theologian and Philosopher Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 178-220.

Sabzawârî Hâjjî Mullâ Hâdî

„Commentary on a Philosophical Poem (from Sharh al-manzûmah),“ transl. by Mehdi Mohaghegh & Toshihiko Izutzu, intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 439-59.

Sayyid Ahmad ‚Alawî

„Commentary on ‚The Book of Healing‘ (from Sharh al-shifâ‘),“ transl. by Majid Fakhry, intro. by S.H. Nasr, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 261-82 [on resuurection].

Shabistarî Mahmûd

Lukashev, Andrey, „Truth and Falsehood as the Fundamental Opposition in the Philosophical System of Mahmûd Shabistarî,“ Ishraq, 6 (2015): 325-46 [in Russian].

al-Sijistânî

Wakelnig, Elvira, „Die Philosophen in der Tradition al-Kindîs. Al-‚Âmirî, al-Isfizârî, Miskawayh, as-Sigistânî und at-Tawhîdî,“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 233-52.

Soroush

Paya, Ali, „Abdolkarim Soroush: The Hesitant Rationalist,“ Ishraq, 6 (2015): 264-72.

al-Suhrawardî

Kaukua, Jari, “Suhrawardî’s Knowledge as Presence in Context,” in Travelling through Time, pp. 309-24.

Louchakova-Schwartz, Olga, “A Phenomenological Apparoach to Illuminationist Philosophy: Suhrawardî’s Nûr Mujarrad and Husserl’s Reduction,” Philosophy East and West, 65.4 (2015): 1052-81.

Musotto, Giuliana & Panzeca, Ivana, “La dottrina della vision in Suhrawardî e Grossatesta: due line di pensiero,” Schede Medievali, 52 (2014): 293-306.

Nokso-Koivisto, Inka & Svärd, Saana, „The Microcosm-Macrocosm Analogy in Mesopotamian and Mediaeval Islamic Contexts,“ in Travelling through Time, pp. 279-307.

Sinai, Nicolai, „Al-Suhrawardî on Mirror Vision and Suspended Images (muthul mu’allaqa),“ Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.2 (2015): 279-97 [also considers Avicenna on mirror vision].

Stella, Federico, „La prigionia e la salvezza dell’anima da Avicenna a Suhrawardî: quali fonti?,“ Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013): 117-33 [the sources are Plato & al-Fârâbî].

al-Suyûtî

Imamoglu, A. Taha, „‘Only a Thorn Springs from the Milkvetch‘: Al-Suyûtî’s View of the ‚Ulema and Politics,“ Dîvân Dergisi, 18, n. 35 (2013).

al-Tabrîzî

Zonta, Mauro, „At-Tabrîzî (Iran, 13th century), the Arab-Islamic commentator of Maimonides‘ Guide: a tentative historical approach,“ in Storia e penseiro religioso nel Vicino Oriente, pp. 141-48.

Tabrîzî Mullâ Rajab ‘Alî

« On the Necessary Being (from Ithbât-i wâjib), » & « The Fundamental Principle (from al-Asl al-asîl), » transl. by Mohammed Rustom, intro. by M. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 283-304.

al-Tawhidî

Alshaar, Nuha A., Ethics in Islam: Friendship in the Political Thought of Al-Tawhîdî and his Contemporaries (Culture and Civilization in the Middle East 46). Oxford-New York: Routledge, xiv-252 pp., ISBN 9780415858519; e-bk 9781315739144.

Ouyang, Wen-Chin, “Literature and Thought: Re-reading al-Tawhîdî’s Transcription of the Debate between Logic and Grammar,” in The Heritage of Arabo-Islamic Learning, pp. 444-60.

Wakelnig, Elvira, „Die Philosophen in der Tradition al-Kindîs. Al-‚Âmirî, al-Isfizârî, Miskawayh, as-Sigistânî und at-Tawhîdî,“ in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 233-52.

al-Tha’âlibî Abû Mansûr

The Book of Noble Character, Critical Edition of Makârim al-akhlâq wa-mahâsin al-âdâb wa-badâ’i‘ al-awsâf wa-gharâ’ib al-tashbîhât, Attributed to Abû Mansûr al-Tha’âlibî (d. 429/1039), ed. by Bilal Orfali & Ramzi Baalbaki (Islamic History and Civilisation 120). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, 306 pp., ISBN 9789004300910.

Theology of Aristotle

Adamson, Peter, “Non-Discursive Thought in Avicenna’s Commentary on the Theology of Aristotle,” in his Studies on Plotinus & al-Kindî, VII, pp. 1-26 [2004 original].

-------, “Correcting Plotinus: Soul’s Relationship to Body in Avicenna’s Commentary on the Theology of Aristotle,” in his Studies on Plotinus & al-Kindî, VIII, pp. 59-75 [2004 original].

Hansberger, Rotraud, “Die Theologie des Aristoteles,” in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 162-85.

Qummî, Qâdî Sa’îd, „Commentary on the Enneads (from Ta’lîqât bar uthûlûjiyâ‘), transl. by Majif Fakhry,“ in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, V, pp. 338-53.

Treiger, Alexander, „Palestinian Origenism and the Early History of the Maronites: In Search of the Origins of the Arabic Theology of Aristotle,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 44-80.

al-Tûsî Nasîr al-Dîn

The Arabic Version of Tûsî’s Nasirean Ethics, with an intro. and explanatory notes by Joep Lameer (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 96). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2015, 375 pp., ISBN 9789004304505 & e-bk 9789004307506 [1313 Arabic translation from the original Persian text].

Ashtiyani, Sayyid Jalal al-Din, “The Principality of Existence and the Relativity of Quiddity in the Thought of Mullâ Sadrâ,” Ishraq, 6 (2015): 11-27.

Modern and Current Scholars

[Asín Palacios], Baccaro, Sabina, “Dante e l’Islam. La ripresa del dibattito storiografico sugli studi di Asín Palacios,” Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013): 13-33.

Section II. Kalâm

General Studies

Adamson, Peter, „Al-Kindî and the Mu’tazila: Divine Attributes, Creation and Freedom,“ in his Studies on Plotinus and al-Kindî, XII, pp. 45-77 [2003 original].

Ahmed, Rumee, „Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy in Medieval Islam,“ in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 57-66.

Amir-Moezzi, Mohammad Ali, “Les cinq esprits de l’homme divin (Aspects de l’imamologie duodécimaine XIII),” Der Islam, 92.2 (2015): 297-320.

-------, “Dissimulation tactique (taqiyya) et scellement de la prophétie (khatm al-nubuwwa). (Aspects de l’islamologie duodécimaine XII),” Journal Asiatique, 302.2 (2014): 411-38.

-------, “’Alî et le Coran (Aspects de l’Imamologie duodécimaine XIV),” Revue des Sciences philosophiques et théologiques, 98.4 (2014): 669-704.

Asatryan, Mushegh, “An Early Shî’i Cosmology: Kitâb al-ashbâh wa l-azilla and its Milieu,” Studia Islamica, 110.1 (2015): 1-80 [includes ed. and English transl. of The book of Phantoms and Shadows].

Baccaro, Sabina, “Dante e l’Islam. La ripresa del dibattito storiografico sugli studi di Asín Palacios,” Doctor Virtualis, n. 12 (2013): 13-33.

Bar-Asher, Meir Michael, “Avis musulmans sur la question de la traduction du Coran,” in Controverses sur les écritures, pp. 297-327.

Benevich, Fedor, “’Wenn sie sagen…, dann sagen wir…’. Die Ursprünge des dialektischen Verfahrens des Kalâm,” Le Muséon, 128.1-2 (2015): 181-201.

Chase, Michael, “Creation in Islam from the Qur’ân to al-Fârâbî,” in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 248-60.

Costigliolo, Marica, Islam e cristianesimo: mondi di differenze nel medioevo. Il dialogo con l’islam nell’opera di Nicola da Cusa. Genova: Genova University Press, 2012, 157 pp., ISBN 9788897752035.

Dâmâd, Mustafâ Muhaqqiq, « The Quran and Schools of Islamic Theology and Philosophy, » transl. by S. H. Nasr in The Study Quran : A New Translation and Commentary, ed. by Seyyed Hossein Nasr with Caner K. Dagli, Maria Massi Dakake, Joseph F. B. Lumbard & Mohammed Rustom (New York, NY : Harper One, 2015), pp. 1719-35.

De Smet, Daniel, “Le Coran: son origine, sa nature et sa falsification. Positions ismaéliennes controversées,” in Controverses sur les écritures, pp. 231-63.

Dhanani, Alnoor, « The Impact of Ibn Sînâ’s Critique of Atomism on Subsequent Kalâm Discussions of Atomism, » Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 25.1 (2015) : 79-104.

Diem, Werner, “Arabische Grammatik und islamische Theologie oder ‘Wie gewaltig ist doch Gott!’,” Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 164.3 (2014): 609-52.

El-Rouayheb, Khaled, “Must God Tell Us the Truth? A Problem in Ash’arî Theology,” in Islamic Cultures, pp. 411-29.

Erder, Yoram, “The Influence of Muslim Theology on Yefet ben ‘Eli as Evidenced in his Interpretation of Two Biblical Stories The Sins of King David in the Census and the Sins he committed with Bathsheba,” Revue des Études Juives, 174.1-2 (2015): 47-76.

Gwynne, Rosalind Ward, “Reasoning in the Qur’ân,” in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 20-30.

Husseini, Sara Leila, Early Christian-Muslim Debate on the Unity of God: Three Christian Scholars and Their Engagement with Islamic Thought (9th Century C.E.) (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations 21). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2014, xii-242 pp., ISBN 9789004278387 & e-bk 9789004279698 [Theodore Abû Qurra, Abû Ra’ita & ‘Ammâr al-Basrî].

Keating, Sandra Toenis, “Revisiting the Charge of Tahrîf: The Question of Supersessionism in Early Islam and the Qur’ân,” in Nicholas of Cusa and Islam, pp. 202-17.

Kulinich, Alena, “Beyond Theology: Mu’Tazilite Scholars and their Authority in al-Rummâmî’s Tafsîr,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 78.1 (2015): 135-48.

Mayer, Toby, “Human Reason in Islamic Theology,” in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 42-56.

Melchert, Christopher, “The Early Controversy Over Whether the Prophet Saw God,” Arabica, 62.4 (2015): 459-76.

Nanji, Azim, “Ethical Issues in the Qur’ân and the Hadith,” in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 31-41.

Pietruschka, Ute, “Some Observations about the Transmission of Popular Philosophy in Egyptian Monasteries after the Islamic Conquest,” in Ideas in Motion, pp. 81-108.

Rustom, Mohammed, “Philosophical Sufism,” in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 399-411.

Straface, Antonella, “Le sette lettere “sufficienti ed esaurienti”: un’interpretazione ismâ’îlita,” Schede Medievali, 52 (2014): 369-80.

Vallat, Philippe, „Between Hellenism, Islam, and Christianity: Abû Bakr al-Râzî and His Controversies with Contemporary Mu’Tazilite Theologians as Reported by the Ash’arite Theologian and Philosopher Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 178-220.

Varsányi, Orsolya, « The Concept of ‘aql in Early Arabic Christian Theology : A Case for the Early Interaction between Philosophy and kalâm, » in Ideas in Motion, pp. 109-34.

Zilio-Grandi, Ida, “Hilm or “Judiciousness”: A Contribution to the Study of Islamic Ethics,” Studia Islamica, 110.1 (2015): 81-100.

Zimmermann, Fritz W., „Kalâm and the Greeks,“ in Islamic Cultures, pp. 343-63.

Abû Râ’ita

Husseini, Sara Leila, Early Christian-Muslim Debate on the Unity of God: Three Christian Scholars and Their Engagement with Islamic Thought (9th Century C.E.) (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations 21). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2014, xii-242 pp., ISBN 9789004278387 & e-bk 9789004279698.

al-Âqhisârî

Sheikh, Mustapha, “Taymiyyan Influences in an Ottoman-Hanafî Milieu: The Case of Ahmad al-Rûmî al-Âqhisârî,” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 25.1 (2015): 1-20.

al-Basrî, ‘Ammâr

Husseini, Sara Leila, Early Christian-Muslim Debate on the Unity of God: Three Christian Scholars and Their Engagement with Islamic Thought (9th Century C.E.) (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations 21). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2014, xii-242 pp., ISBN 9789004278387 & e-bk 9789004279698.

Varsányi, Orsolya, « The Concept of ‘aql in Early Arabic Christian Theology : A Case for the Early Interaction between Philosophy and kalâm, » in Ideas in Motion, pp. 109-34.

al-Ghazâlî, Abû Hamîd

Averroès: le philosophe et la Loi. Édition, traduction et commentaire de “L’Abrégé du Mustasfa”, ed. by Ziad Bou Akl (Scientia Graeco-Arabica 14). Berlin: de Gruyter, 2015, x-501 pp., ISBN 9781501510359 & e-bk 9781501501357 [Averroes’ summary of al-Ghazâlî’s al-Mustasfa min ‘ilm al-usul].

Abrahamov, Binyamin, “Al-Ghazâlî and the Rationalization of Sufism,” in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 35-48.

Akasoy, Anna Ayse, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Veils Section: Comparative Religion before Religionswissenschaft?,” in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 142-67.

Albertini, Tamara, “Ibn Hazm’s and al-Ghazzâlî’s Most Divergent Responses to Christianity: A Question of Epistemology and Hermeneutics,” in Nicholas of Cusa and Islam, pp. 218-34.

Daiber, Hans, « God versus Causality : Al-Ghazâlî’s Solution and its Historical Background, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 1-22.

de Vaulx d’Arcy, Guillaume, « La bêtise des penseurs arabes. D’une forme de déraison à l’époque classique arabe, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 89-112.

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, « Moses and the Magicians in Bonaventure, Peter Abelard, and al-Ghazâlî, » Anuario Filosófico, 48.1 (2015) : 141-58.

El Shamsy, Ahmed, « Al-Ghazâlî’s Teleology and the Galenic Tradition : Reading the Wisdom in God’s Creations (al-Hikma fî makhlûqât Allah), » in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 54-89.

Garden, Kenneth, « The Revival of the Religious Sciences in the Twenty-First Century : Su’âd Hakîm’s Adaptation of al-Ghazâlî’s Revival, » in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 310-32.

-------, « Rhetorics of Revival : al-Ghazâlî and His Modern Heirs, » in The Heritage of Arabo-Islamic Learning, pp. 352-70.

-------, « Revisiting al-Ghazâlî’s Crisis through His Scale for Action (Mizân al-‘Amal), » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 207-28.

Giladi, Avner, « Sex, Marriage and the Family in Al-Ghazâlî’s Thought : Some Preliminari Notes, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 165-85.

Girdner, Scott Michael, « Ghazâlî’s Hermeneutics and Their Reception in Jewish Tradition : Mishkât al-Anwâr (The Niche of Lights) and Maimonides’ Shemonah Peraqin (Eight Chapters), » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 253-74.

Griffel, Frank, “Is There an Autograph of al-Ghazâlî in MS Yale, Landberg 318?,” in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 168-86.

-------, “Al-Ghazâlî at His Most Rationalist: The Universal Rule for Allegorically Interpreting Revelation (al-Qânûn al-Kullî fî t-Ta’wîl),” in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 89-120.

-------, “Al-Ghazâlî als Kritiker,” in Islamische Philosophie im Mittelalter, pp. 289-313.

Gutas, Dimitri, « Philosophy in the Twelfth Century : One View from Baghdad, or the Repudiation of al-Ghazâlî, » in Orientations of Avicenna’s Philosophy, XV, pp. 9-26 [original 2002].

Harvey, Steven, „The Changing Image of al-Ghazâlî in Medieval Jewish Thought,“ in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 288-302.

Ivry, Alfred L., “Al-Ghazâlî, Averroes and Moshe Narboni: Conflict and Conflation,” in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 275-87.

Janos, Damien, „Intuition, Intellection, and Mystical Knowledge: Delineating Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî’s Cognitive Theories,“ in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 189-228.

Janssens, Jules, „Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî’s Use of al-Ghazâlî’s Mishkât in his Commentary on the Light Verse (Q 24:35),“ in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 229-52.

------- „R. Marti and His References to al-Ghazâlî,“ in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 326-44.

Kock, Ilona, „Ontologization of Ethics or Ethicization of Ontology – A Comparative Approach on Plotinus and al-Ghazali,“ in Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology, pp. 129-42.

Kukkonen, Taneli, “Al-Ghazâlî on Error,” in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 3-31.

-------, “Al-Ghazâlî on the Emotions,” in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 138-64.

-------, “On Adding to the Names: The Camel’s Smile,” in Travelling through Time, pp. 341-58.

Levering, Matthew, “Providence and Predestination in Al-Ghazali,” New Blackfriars, 92 (2011): 55-70.

Lizzini, Olga, « Causality as Relation : Avicenna (and al-Ghazâlî), » Quaestio, 13 (2013) : 165-95.

López-Farjeat, Luís Xavier, « Al-Ghazâlî on Knowledge (‘ilm) and Certainty (yaqîn) in al-Munqidh min ad-Dalâl and in al-Qistâs al-Mustaqîm, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 229-52.

Madelung, Wilferd, « Al-Ghazâlî’s Changing Attitude to Philosophy, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 23-34.

Michot, Yahya M., « Al-Ghazâlî’s Esotericism According to Ibn Taymiyya’s Bughyat al-Murtâd, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 345-74.

Minnema, Anthony H., « Algazel Latinus : The Audience of the Summa theoricae philosophiae, 1150-1600, » Traditio, 69 (2014) : 153-215 [in fact Latin Translation of al-Ghazâlî’s Arabic interpretive translation of Ibn Sînâ’s Persian Dânesh-Nâmeh].

Mohamed, Yasien, « The Duties of the Teacher : Al-Isfahânî’s Dharî’a as a Source of Inspiration for al-Ghazâlî’s Mizân al-‘Amal, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 186-206.

Ogden, Stephen, « Problems in al-Ghazâlî’s Perfect World : Objections and Counter-Objections to His Best Possible World Thesis, » in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 54-89.

Ormsby, Eric, « The Comedy of Reason : Strategies of Humour in al-Ghazâlî, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 121-37.

Özervarli, M. Sait, « Ottoman Perceptions of al-Ghazâlî’s Works and Discussions on his Historical Role in the Late Ottoman Period, » in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 253-82.

-------, « Arbitrating between al-Ghazâlî and the Philosophers. The Tahâfut Commentaries in the Ottoman Intellectual Context, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 375-97 [Hocazâde, Tûsî et alii].

Riexinger, Martin, « Al-Ghazâlî’s « Demarcation of Science : » A Common Place Apology in the Muslim Perception of Modern Science—and its Limitations, » in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 283-309.

Rudolph, Ulrich, « Al-Ghazâlî’s Concept of Philosophy, » in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 32-53.

Schick, Stefan, « Philosophiekritik als Aufklärung ?: Die kritische Rationalitätskonzeption al-Ghazâlîs, » Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter, 17.1 (2014) : 48-84.

Shihadeh, Ayman, « Al-Ghazâlî and Kalâm : The Conundrum of his Body-Soul Dualism, » in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 90-112.

Tamer, Georges, « Revelation, Sciences and Symbolism : Al-Ghazâlî’s Jawâhir al-Qur’ân, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 49-88.

Takahashi, Hidemi, « The Influence of al-Ghazâlî on the Juridical, Theological and Philosophical Work of Barhebraeus, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 303-25.

van Lit, L.W.C., « An Ottoman Commentary Tradition on Ghazâlî’s Tahâfut al-falâsifa, Preliminary Observations, » Oriens, 43.3-4 (2015) : 368-413.

Welnak, Shawn, « The Discoverer of Being : Law or Philosophy ?, » Revue académique Les Cahiers de l’Islam, 1 (2014) : 65-88.

Ibn Hazm

Adang, Camilla, “Reading the Qur’ân with Ibn Hazm. The question of the sinlessness of the prophets,” in Controverses sur les écritures, pp. 269-95.

Albertini, Tamara, “Ibn Hazm’s and al-Ghazzâlî’s Most Divergent Responses to Christianity: A Question of Epistemology and Hermeneutics,” in Nicholas of Cusa and Islam, pp. 218-34.

Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, « Los Analíticos de Aristóteles en el Taqrîb de Ibn Hazm de Córdoba, » Schede Medievali, 52 (2014) : 93-106.

Ibn Taymiyyah

Anjum, Ovamir, Politics, Law, and Community in Islamic Thought: The Taymiyyan Moment (Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, 312 pp., ISBN 9781107014060.

Holtzman, Livnat, “The Politics of Fitra: On Ibn Taymiyya’s Epistemological Optimism: An Essay Review on Politics, Law, and Community in Islamic Thought: The Taymiyyan Moment, by Ovamir Anjum (2012),” Ilahiyat Studies, 5.2 (2014): 239-47.

Michot, Yahya M., « Al-Ghazâlî’s Esotericism According to Ibn Taymiyya’s Bughyat al-Murtâd, » in Islam and Rationality, I, pp. 345-74.

Morel, Teymour, “Deux Textes anti-Mongols d’Ibn Taymiyya,” The Muslim World, 105.3 (2015): 368-97.

Rayan, Sobhi, “Criticism of Ibn Taymiyyah on the Aristotelian Logical Proposition,” Islamic Studies, 51.1 (2012): 69-111.

Sheikh, Mustapha, “Taymiyyan Influences in an Ottoman-Hanafî Milieu: The Case of Ahmad al-Rûmî al-Âqhisârî,” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 25.1 (2015): 1-20.

al-Marjânî

Spannaus, Nathan, “Shihâb al-Dîn al-Marjânî on the Divine Attributes: A Study in Kalâm in the 19th Century,” Arabica, 62 (2015): 74-98 [al-Taftâzânî & al-Qûrsâwî].

al-Mufîd

Amir-Moezzi, Mohammad Ali, “Al-Shayk al-Mufîd (M. 413/1022) et la question de la falsification du Coran. La thèse de la falsification chez les Shi’ites Imamites,” in Controverses sur les écritures, pp. 199-229.

al-Râzî, Fakhr al-Dîn

Altas, Esref, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî’s Epistle on al-Javhar al-Fard: A Study and Editio Princeps,” Nazariyat, 2.3 (2015): 75-170 [on atomism].

Elkaisy-Friemuth, Maha, “God and Creation in al-Râzî’s Commentary on the Qur’ân,” in Routledge Companion to Islamic Philosophy, pp. 7-19.

Janos, Damien, „Intuition, Intellection, and Mystical Knowledge: Delineating Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî’s Cognitive Theories,“ in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 189-228.

Janssens, Jules, „Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî’s Use of al-Ghazâlî’s Mishkât in his Commentary on the Light Verse (Q 24:35),“ in Islam and Rationality, II, pp. 229-52.

Knobel, Franziska, “Fakhraddîn ar-Râzî, Al-Mantiq al-kabîr (Ms Ahmad III, no. 3401, Jahr 1268 n. Chr.): Über den Nutzen der Dialektik,” Oriens, 43.3-4 (2015): 414-32.

Vallat, Philippe, „Between Hellenism, Islam, and Christianity: Abû Bakr al-Râzî and His Controversies with Contemporary Mu’Tazilite Theologians as Reported by the Ash’arite Theologian and Philosopher Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî,“ in Ideas in Motion, pp. 178-220.

al-Rummânî

Kulinich, Alena, “Beyond Theology: Mu’Tazilite Scholars and their Authority in al-Rummâmî’s Tafsîr,” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 78.1 (2015): 135-48.

Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî, see Falsafa, Ibn ‘Adî