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  BRIEF BIBLIOGRAPHICAL GUIDE IN

MEDIEVAL AND POST-CLASSICAL ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY

(2015-2016)

 

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.

I am very happy to announce that, thanks to Dr. Andreas Lammer’s work and Professor Peter Adamson’s support, the Ludwig-Maximilans-Universität München is preparing a combined and searchable version of the installments of this bibliography.  The data for the years 2009-2015 have already been put into a new format.  We hope to provide a first version of the combined bibliography in 2017.  Needless to say, I am most grateful to Professor Adamson, Dr. Andreas Lammer and his team for all their work.

Collective Works or Collections of Articles

Adorare caelestia, gubernare terrena. Atti del Colloquio internazionale in onore di Paolo Lucentini (Napoli, 6-7 Novembre 2007), ed. by Pasquale Arfé, Irene Caiazzo & Antonella Sannino (Instrumenta patristica et mediaevalia. Research on the Inheritance of Early and Medieval Christianity 58). Turnhout: Brepols, 2011, x-562 pp., ISBN 9782503534909.

Aims, Methods and Contexts of Qur’anic Exegesis (2nd/8th-9th/15th c.), ed. by Karen Bauer. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, xvi-503 pp., ISBN 9780199670642.

Aristotle Re-Interpreted: New Findings on Seven Hundred Years of the Ancient Commentators, ed. by Richard Sorabji.  London-New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016, x-673 pp., ISBN 9781472596567 & e-bk 9781472596574.

Averroes’ Natural Philosophy and its Reception in the Latin West, ed. by J.J.M. Bakker (Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, De Wulf-Mansion Centre, Series I, L).  Louvain: Leuven University Press, 2015, xiv-249 pp., ISBN 9789462700468.

Books and Written Culture of the Islamic World: Studies presented to Claude Gilliot on the Occasion of his 75th Birthday, ed. by Andrew Rippin & Roberto Tottoli (Islamic History and Civilization 113). Leiden: Brill, 2014, xxiii-398 pp., ISBN 9789004282636 & e-bk 9789004283756.

The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, ed. by Catarina Dutilh Novaes & Stephen Read. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016, xii-450 pp., ISBN 9781107656673.

Les Chrétiens d’Orient: histoire et identité, ed. by Marie-Thérèse Urvoy (Studia Arabica 23). Versailles: Éditions de Paris, 2014, 235 pp., ISBN 9782851622891.

Christian Readings of Aristotle from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, ed. by Luca Bianchi (Studia Artistarum 29). Turnhout: Brepols, 2011, 442 pp., ISBN 9782503542379 & e-bk 9782503542584.

Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, vol. VI de Sabinillus à Tyrsénos, ed. by Richard Goulet. Paris: CNRS, 2016, 1325 pp., ISBN 9782271089892.

Differenz und Dynamik im Islam. Festschrift für Heinz Halm zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. by Hinrich Biesterfeldt & Verena Klemm with Beate Backe & Martin Jagonak. Wurzburg: Ergon Verlag, 2012, pp. 540, ISBN 9783899138856.

Eternity: A History, ed. by Yitzhak Y. Melamed (Oxford Philosophical Concepts). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, xviii-327 pp., ISBN 9780199781867.

Islam and Globalisation: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Proceedings of the 25th Congress of L’Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, ed. by Agostino Cilardo (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 226). Louvain-Paris-Walpole, MA: Peeters, 2013.

Islâm Felsefesi. Tarih ve problemler [Islamic Philosophy: History and Issues], ed. by Cüneyt Kaya. Istanbul: ISAM Yayinlari, 2013, 869 pp., ISBN 9786054829057 [entirely in Turksih].

900 Jahre al-Ghazâlî im Spiegel der islamischen Wissenschaften, ed. by Bülent Ucar & Frank Griffel (Veröffentlichungen des Instituts für Islamische Theologie der Universität Osnabrück).  Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht unipress, 2015, 188 pp., ISBN 9783899719505, e-bk 9783847098416.

Mystique et philosophie dans les trois monothéismes, ed. by Danielle Cohen-Levinas, Géraldine Roux & Meryem Sebti. Paris: Hermann, 2015, 387 pp., ISBN 9782705687625.

La nature et le vide dans la physique médiévale. Études dédiées à Edward Grant, ed. by Joël Biard & Sabine Rommevaux (Studia Artistarum, Études sur la Faculté des Arts dans les Universités médiévales 32).  Turnhout: Brepols, 2012, 437 pp., ISBN 9782503544762; e-bk 9782503544823.

Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I: New Commentaries on Liber de causis (ca. 1250-1350) & vol. II: New Commentaries on Liber de causis and Elementatio theologica (ca. 1350-1500), ed. by Dragos Calma (Studia Artistarum. Études sur la Faculté des Arts dans les Universités médiévales 42.1 & 42.2). Turnhout: Brepols, 2016, vol. I, 562 pp. & vol. II, 417 pp., ISBN for the set 9782503554747; online version 9782503566504 [for the content see Falsafa, Liber de causis].

L’ordre social et les religions, ed. by Marie-Thérèse Urvoy (Studia Arabica 25). Paris: Éditions de Paris, 2015, 404 pp., ISBN 9782851622945.

The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, ed. by Khaled El-Rouayheb & Sabine Schmidtke. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017 [in fact 2016], xiv-700 pp., ISBN 9780199917389.

The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, ed. by Sabine Schmidtke. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, xii-815 pp., ISBN 9780199696703.

The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy, ed. by Jay L. Garfield & William Edelglass. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011, xxii-633 pp., ISBN 9780195328998; paperback ed. 2014, ISBN 9780199351954 [part V: Islamic Philosophy is ed. by Tamara Albertini, pp. 387-458].

Pearls of Persia: The Philosophical Poetry of Nâsir-I Khusraw, ed. by Alice C. Hunsberger. London/New York: Tauris with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2012, xxx-286 pp., ISBN 9781780761305.

Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History: Proceedings of the Colloquium dedicated to Muhsin Mahdi, ed. by Mokdad Arfa-Mensia. Tunis: Dâr al-tanwîr, 2015, 232 pp., ISBN 9789938886696 [one part in Arabic & one part in English or French].

Rashed, Marwan, L’héritage aristotélicien. Textes inédits de l’Antiquité, new & revised ed. (Anagôgê). Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2016, xxiv-1098 pp., ISBN 9782251421193. 

Schüler und Meister (Disciples and Masters), ed. by Andreas Speer & Thomas Jeschke (Miscellanea Mediaevalia 39). Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016, xviii-902 pp., ISBN 9783110461787 & e-bk 9783110461770.

Studies in the Making of Islamic Science: Knowledge in Motion, vol. 4, ed. by Muzaffar Iqbal.  Farnham: Ashgate, 2012, xxiv-552 pp., ISBN 9780754629160.

Subjectivity and Selfhood in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy, ed. by Jari Kaukua & Tomas Ekenberg (Studies in the History of Philosophy of Mind 16). Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2016, x-295 pp., ISBN 9783319269122 & e-bk 9783319269146.

The Study of Shi’I Islam: History, Theology and Law, ed. by Farhad Daftary & Gurdofarid Miskinzoda (The Institute of Ismaili Studies Shi’i Heritage Series 2).  London/New York: Tauris with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2014, xxiv-616 pp., ISBN 9781780765068.

Section I. Falsafa

Bibliographies and Chronicles

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, “Brief Bibliographical Guide in Medieval and Post-Classical Islamic Philosophy and Theology (2014-2015).”  This installment and previous ones, 1998-2014, can be consulted at http://philosophy.cua.edu/faculty/druart/bibliographical-guide.cfm .

Teule, Herman & Schepens, Vic, “A Thematic Christian Arabic Bibliography (1940-1989),” Journal of Eastern Christian Studies, 67.1-2 (2015): 143-224 [includes entries about Hunayn, Ibn Suwar, Yahya Ibn ‘Adî, etc.].

New Journal

Mediterranea: International Journal on the Transfer of Knowledge focuses on various areas of knowledge transfer from Late Antiquity to the Early Modern period, covering the Middle East and the Mediterranean basin. This journal is the fruit of a collaboration between the Córdoba Near Eastern Research Unit of the University of Córdoba, The Warburg Institute, London, KU Leuven, Tel Aviv University, Syddansk Universitet, the Instituto de Filosofia of the Universidade do Porto, the Mediterranean Seminar based at the Center for Mediterranean Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The first issue came out in 2016 and is accessible at http://www.uco.es/ucopress/ojs/index.php/mediterranea/index. 

Special Issues of Journals

The first issue of volume 16 (2016) of Aleph includes a dossier, New perspectives on Abraham Ibn Daud, with articles by Krisztina Szilágyi, Krisztina Szilágyi & Tzvi Langermann, Tzvi Langermann, and Gad Freudenthal.

Chora, vol. 13 (2015) is dedicated to Providence in Greek Thought and its First Arabic Reception and is edited by Meryem Sebti & Daniel De Smet.  It includes articles by Emma Gannagé, Isabelle Koch and Silvia Fazzo & Mauro Zonta.

Under the direction of Marwan Rashed the second issue of the year 2016 of Les Études Philosophiques is dedicated to Arabic Philosophy.  It contains articles by Farah Cherif Zahar, Cristina Cerami, Lila Lamrani, Ziad Bou Akl & Roshdi Rashed.

Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, vol. 4, 1-2 (2016) focuses on books, their making, circulation, etc., in the Islamic world. It is edited by Maribel Fierro, Sabine Schmidtke and Sarah Stroumsa.  There are articles relevant for our purpose by Paul E. Walker, Samer Traboulsi, Ahmed El Shamsy, Judith Olszowy-Schlanger, and Hassan Ansari & Sabine Schmidtke.

Der Islam dedicates its 93.2 (2016) issue to The Religious and Intellectual History of Rayy from 900 through the Seljûq Period.  Hassan Ansari, Sabine Schmidtke and D.G. Tor are the editors.   It includes articles by Michael Bonner, D.G. Tor, Daniel De Smet, Hassan Ansari, and Aaron Zysow.

Istor (Mexico) dedicates, vol. 17, n.66, 2016, to Encounters and Disencounters: Jews, Christians and Muslims, ed. by Luis Xavier López-Farjeat. Relevant articles by Sabine Schmidtke, Sidney H. Grifith, Rafael Ramón Guerrero, David Nirenberg, Thérèse-Anne Druart & Luis Xavier López-Farjeat.  Articles are in Spanish.

The last volume of Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, vol. 66 (2015-16) includes the proceedings of the Islamic Studies lecture Series, Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Georgetown University, Sept. 2014-April 2015.  This section is introduced by Emma Gannagé and Felicitas Opwis. The theme is “Language and Interpretation in Arabic and Islamic Sciences” and presents relevant articles by S.A. Mourad, N. Germann, Th-A. Druart,  and M. Geoffroy. M. Aouad in this volume introduces a new chronicle on new philosophical discoveries in Manuscripts in Arabic and Syriac.  T. Morel offers the first note in this chronicle.

Micrologus, 24 (2016) is dedicated to The Impact of Arabic Sciences in Europe and Asia.  Relevant articles are by Charles Burnett, Danielle Jacquart, Michael Rogers McVaugh, Michela Pereira, Mohammed Abattouy, Godefroid de Callataÿ, Véronique Boudon-Millet & Jean-Marc Mandosio.

Oriens, 44 (2016) dedicates its last issue, 3-4, to Major Issues and Controversies of Arabic Logic.  Cornelia Schoeck is the editor.  Riccardo Strobino, Tony Street, Khaled El-Rouayheb, Walter Edward Young and Cornelia Schoeck provide the articles.

Quaestio, 15 (2015) presents the Acts of an SIEPM Congress dedicated to The Pleasure of Knowledge.  It is edited by Pasquale Porro & Loris Sturlese.  It counts 875 pp. 

Studia Graeco-arabica: the new issue, vol.6 (2016), can be accessed on-line at http://learningroads.cfs.unipi.it/?page_id=1290.

Online Arabic and Latin Glossary

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

Research Tool

Brockelmann, Carl, History of the Arabic Written Tradition, vol. 1, transl. by Joep Lameer & with a preface by Jan Just Witkam (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1 The Near and Middle East 117/1).  Leiden: Brill, 2016, xxiv-593 pp., ISBN 9789004323308.

Greek, Persian, and Syriac Sources

Adamson, Peter, „The Last Philosophers of Late Antiquity in the Arabic Tradition,“ in Aristotle Re-Interpreted, pp. 453-76 [2011 original].

Adeel, M. Ashraf, „Moderation in Greek and Islamic Traditions,“ American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 32.3 (2015): 1-28.

Africana, Musa Kazim, „Antioch Philosophical School,“ Islâmî Arastirmalar (Journal of Islamic Research), 23.3 (2012): 101-08.

Akasoy, Anna, „The Arabic and Islamic Reception of the Nicomachean Ethics,“ in The Reception of Aristotle’s Ethics, ed. by Jon Miller (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 85-106.

Aouad, Maroun, „Présentation“ of the chronicle ‚Nouvelles découvertes dans les manuscrits en langues syriaque et arabe,‘ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2015-2016) : 413-14.

Baffioni, Carmela, “The Elaboration of Ancient Theories on Earthquakes. Avicenna and Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî in Relation to their Greek and Arabic Sources,” in Islam and Globalisation, pp. 435-62.

Bohas, Georges, “Définition du substantif et catégorisation des choses qui sont dans l’univers chez Bar Zo’bi,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2015-2016): 21-41 [intrusion of logic in grammar].

Boudon-Millot, Véronique, “L’apport des traducteurs arabes dans le débat sur l’authenticité des traités galéniques,” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 403-23.

Brock, Sebastian, “Syriac Manuscripts of the 9th-10th Centuries from a Codicological Perspective,” Semitica et Classica, 8 (2015): 157-64.

Coda, Elisa, “Simplicius dans la tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, VI, pp. 384-94.

-------, “Breve nota su una traduzione ebraico-latina umanistica: Mosé Alatino (1529-1605) traduttore di Temistio,” Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016): 187-210 [based on lost Arabic translation of Themistius’ lost Greek paraphrase of Aristotle’s De caelo].

D’Ancona, Cristina, “Greek Sources,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2013): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-greek/.

De Smet, Daniel, “La vie de Platon selon les sources arabes: Aflâtûn al-ilâhî, le divin Platon,” Acta Orientalia Belgica, 29 (2016): 177-92.

Di Branco, Marco, “Alessandro/Dhû ‘l-Qarnayn, il paradiso e la fonte della vita nella letteratura araba medievale,” in Les voyages d’Alexandre au paradis. Orient et Occident, regards croisés, ed. by Catherine Gaullier-Bougassas & Margareet Bridges (Turnhout: Brepols, 2013), pp. 127-46.

Fazzo, Silvia & Zonta, Mauro, “Toward a “critical translation” of Alexander of Aphrodisias’ De principiis, based on the indirect tradition of Syriac and Arabic sources,” Chora, 13 (2015): 63-101 [this text is lost in the original Greek].

Galluzzo, Gabriele, The Medieval Reception of Book Zeta of Aristotle’s Metaphysics: Vol. 1: Aristotle’s Ontology and the Middle Ages: The Tradition of Met., Book Zeta and Vol. 2: Pauli Veneti, Expositio in duodecim libros Metaphisice Aristotelis, Liber VII (Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters 110/1 & 110/2). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2013, vol. 1, x-774 pp.; vol. 2, viii-609 pp., ISBN set 9789004226685 (vol. 1, 9789004234376; vol. 2, 9789004234383); e-bk 9789004235021.

Gannagé, Emma, « Al-Kindî, Ptolemy (and Nicomachus of Gerasa) Revisited, » Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016) : 83-112.

Goris, Wouter, “The Empirical and the Transcendental—Stoic, Arabic, and Latin Medieval Accounts of ‘Our’Common Knowledge,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 3-20.

Gutas, Dimitri, “Greek Philosophical Works Translated into Arabic,” transl. into Turkish by Ibrahim Halil Ücer, in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 777-97 [originally published in English in 2010].

-------, “Théophraste d’Érèse-tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, VI, pp. 1120-21.

Hasnawi, Ahmad, “Alexander of Aphrodisias versus John Philoponus in Arabic: A Case of Mistaken Identity,” in Aristotle Re-Interpreted, pp. 477-502 [abridged version of a 1994 French original].

Hollenberg, David, “The Empire Writes Back: Fatimid Ismaili Ta’wîl (Allegoresis) and the Mysteries of the Ancient Greek,” in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 135-47.

Hugonnard-Roche, Henri, “Sergius of Resh’aina,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, VI, pp. 214-27.

-------, “Sévère Sebokht,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, VI, pp. 230-35.

Hunayn ibn Ishâq on His Galen Translations, A parallel English-Arabic text ed. & transl. by John C. Lamoreaux with an appendix by Grigory Kessel (Eastern Christian Texts). Provo. Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 2016, xxxiv-207 pp., ISBN 9780842529341 [includes a prosopography of translators and patrons; a list of Galen’s works mentioned by Hunayn, as well  as an Inventory of Galen’s Extant Works in Syriac by Grigory Kessel].

Jonkers, Gijsbert, The Textual Tradition of Plato’s Timaeus and Critias (Mnemosyne Supplements). Leiden: Brill, 2016 [ch. 7: The Greek, Latin, Armenian and Arabic Tradition, pp. 383-96].

Koch, Isabelle, “Le destin et la providence: sur deux traités “jumeaux” d’Alexandre d’Aphrodise,” Chora, 13 (2015): 33-61 [On Providence survived only in Arabic].

König, Daniel G., “The Unkempt Heritage: On the Role of Latin in the Arabic-Islamic Sphere,” Arabica, 63.5 (2016): 419-93 [influence of Latin on Arabic].

Kukkonen, Taneli & Remes, Pauliina, “Divine Word and Divine Work: Late Platonism and Religion,” Numen, 63.2-3 (2016):139-46.

Kunitzsch, Paul, “Translators’ Errors in the Almagest, Arabic and Latin,” in Adorare caelestia, pp. 283-93.

Mallette, Karla, “Beyond Mimesis: Aristotle’s Poetics in the Medieval Mediterranean,” Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, 124.2 (2009): 583-91.

Mavroudi, Maria, “Translations from Greek into Latin and Arabic during the Middle Ages: Searching for the Classical Tradition,” Speculum, 90.1 (2015):28-59.

Meyrav, Yoav, “Spontaneous Generation and its Metaphysics in Themistius’ Parapharse of Aristotle’s Metaphysics 12,” in Aristotle Re-Interpreted, pp. 195-210 [based on Arabic and Hebrew translations as the Greek is Lost].

Millar, Fergus, “Greek and Syriac in fifth-century Edessa: the Case of Bishop Hibas,” Semitica et Classica, 5 (2012): 151-65.

-------, “Greek and Syriac in Edessa: From Ephrem to Rabbula (CE 363-435),” Semitica et Classica, 4 (2011): 99-114.

Rashed, Marwan, “Boethus’ Aristotelian Ontology,” in Aristotle Re-Interpreted, pp. 103-23 [speaks of an Arabic treatise On Difference, which would be a lost Question about differentiae by Alexander of Aphrodisias; 2013 original].

-------, “Alexander of Aphrodisias on Particulars and the Stoic Criterion of Identity,” in Aristotle Re-Interpreted, pp. 161-77 [2010 original; Avicenna].

-------, “New Arabic Fragments of Philoponus and their Reinterpretation: Does the World Lack a Beginning in Time or Take no Time to Begin?,” in Aristotle Re-Interpreted, pp. 503-30 [2013 French original].

-------, “Agrégat de parties ou vinculum substantiale?  Sur une hésitation conceptuelle et textuelle du corpus aristotélicien,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 1-26 [is DMA part of the physiological corpus; includes Arabic tradition; 2004 original].

-------, “Boéthos entre méréologie et quantification: Édition, traduction et commentaire du Traité de Thémistius En réponse à Maxime et Boéthos sur la réduction de la deuxième et de la troisième figure à la première,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 56-149 [Arabic ed. & French transl.].

-------, “Le prologue perdu de l’abrégé du Timée de Galien dans un texte de magie noire,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 151-71 [from Liber Aneguemis, which is a Latin translation of an Arabic text claiming to be a commentary on Plato’s Laws by Galen and translated by Hunayn Ibn Ishâq; 2009 original].

--------, “Un corpus de logique anti-platonicienne d’Alexandre d’Aphrodise,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 243-56 [based on Arabic listings and sources; 2011 original].

-------, “Priorité du genos ou de l’eidos entre Andronicos et Alexandre.  Vestiges arabes et grecs inédits,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 257-323 [in appendix French translation from Arabic of Alexander’s refutation of Xenocrates and Arabic ed. and French translation of passages from ‘Abd al-Latîf al-Baghdâdî; 2004 original].

-------, “Alexandre d’Aphrodise lecteur du Protreptique,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 429-69 [includes fragments of Averroes; 2000 original].

-------, “Le problème de la composition du ciel (529-1610): Un nouveau fragment de Philopon et ses lecteurs,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 649-89 [French translation of an English original; includes Arabic translation by al-Antâqî of the fragment and reactions in Arabic sources, particularly Avicenna].

-------, “Nouveau fragment arabe du De aeternitate mundi contra Aristotelem de Jean Philopon,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 691-700 [2012 original].

-------, “Nouveaux fragments antiprocliens de Philopon en version arabe et le problème des origines de la théorie de l’”instauration” (hudûth),” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 701-49 [Fakr al-Dîn al-Râzî, al-Isfizârî, al-Fârâbî’s Al-Djam, Ibn Suwâr; 2013 original].

-------, “La classification des lignes simples selon Proclus et sa transmission au monde islamique,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 791-817 [al-Antâkî; 2002 original].

-------, “Les marginalia d’Aréthas, Ibn al-Tayyib et les dernières gloses alexandrines à l’Organon,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 819-39 [on the authenticity of the Categories, Illînûs; 2004 original].

-------, “De Cordoue à Byzance. Sur une prothéorie inédite de la Physique d’Aristote,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 897-960 [1996 original].

Repici, Luciana, “Botanica aristotelica e tradizione araba. Note in margine ad un libro recente,” Antiquorum Philosophia, 9 (2015): 103-109 [comments on Epistles of the Brethern of Purity On Natural Sciences, Epistles 15-21, ed. by Carmela Baffioni. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013].

Rigolio, Alberto, “Aristotle’s Poetics in Syriac and in Arabic Translations: Readings of “Tragedy,” Khristianskii Vostok, 6 (2013):140-49.

Sergius of Reshaina, Introduction to Aristotle and his Categories, Addressed to Philotheos, Syriac Text with intro., transl. and commentary by Sami Aydin (Aristoteles Semitico-Latinus 24). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2016, xii-328 pp., ISBN 9789004324954 & e-bk 9789004325142.

Slaveva-Griffin, Svetla, “Socrates’ Debt to Asclepius: Physicians and Philosophers with Asclepian Souls in Late Antiquity,” Numen, 63.2-3 (2016): 167-95.

Sorabji, Richard, “Introduction: Seven Hundred Years of Commentary and the Sixth Century Diffusion to Other Cultures,” in Aristotle Re-Interpreted, pp. 1-80.

Theophrastus of Eresus, Commentary Volume 9.2 (Texts 727-741), ed. by William W. Fortenbaugh with Dimitri Gutas for the Arabic Material (Philosophia Antiqua). Leiden: Brill, 2014, xii-300 pp., ISBN 9789004268821; e-bk 9789004268760.

Thomann, Johannes, “Explicit and Implicit Intercultural Elements in the Zîj of Habash al-Hâsib,” in Islam and Globalisation, pp. 541-54 [on Ptolemy].

Toutant, Marc, “Le premier Roman d’Alexandre versifié en ottoman ou les fondements d’une didactique princière,” Turtica, 47 (2016): 3-31.

Ülçer, Ibrahim Halil, “Transmission of the Ancient Hellenistic Heritage to the Islamic World,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 37-90 [in Turkish].

Wakelnig, Elvira, “Socrate – Tradition arabe,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, VI, pp. 438-46.

Watt, John, “Thémistios,” in Dictionnaire des philosophes antiques, VI, pp. 850-900 [for this entry there is no “Oriental” section but what concerns the Oriental tradition is tagged at the end of the notice about a specific work of Themistius, so see pp. 861-64, 870-72, 873, 874-75, 875-76, 877, 878 (2), 879, 880 (3), 880-81, 881, 897-99].

Weitz, Lev, “Shaping East Syrian Law in ‘Abbâsid Iraq: The Law Books of Patriarch Timothy I and Ishô Bar Nûn,” Le Muséon, 129.1-2 (2016): 71-116.

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

Ait-Azizou, Sylvain, Les sources arabes de l’averroïsme dans l’Occident médiéval. D’Ibn Rochd à Averroès.  Made in Middletwon, DE: unknown publisher, 2016, 111 pp., ISBN 9781446746370 [was copyrighted in Dec. 2010].

Batalla, Josep & Corbella, Laia, “El pensament filosòfic medieval en català: trduccion I estudis.  Assaig de balanç enraonat,” Enrahonar. Quaderns de Filosofia, 54 (2015): 93-116 [includes translations of Arabic texts into Catalan].

Bianchi, Luca, “”Reducing Aristotle’s doctrine to simple truth”: Cesare Crivellati and his struggle against the “Averroists”,” in Christian Readings of Aristotle, pp. 397-424.

Boudon-Millot, Véronique, “L’apport des traducteurs arabes dans le débat sur l’authenticité des traités galéniques,” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 403-23.

Burnett, Charles, “On Judging and Doing in Arabic and Latin Texts on Astrology and Divination,” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 3-11.

Calma, Dragos, “Du bon usage des grecs et des arabes. Réflexions sur la censure de 1277,” in Christian Readings of Aristotle, pp. 115-65.

Coda, Elisa, “Breve nota su una traduzione ebraico-latina umanistica: Mosé Alatino (1529-1605) traduttore di Temistio,” Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016): 187-210 [based on lost Arabic translation of Themistius’ lost Greek paraphrase of Aristotle’s De caelo].

Cordonier, Valérie, “Sauver le Dieu du Philosophe: Albert le Grand, Thomas d’Aquin, Guillaume de Moerbeke et l’invention du Liber de bona fortuna comme alternative autorisée à l’interprétation averroïste de la théorie aristotélicienne de la providence divine,” in Christian Readings of Aristotle, pp. 65-114.

Crisciani, Chiara, “Ruggero Bacone e l’”Aristotele” del Secretum secretorum,” in Christian Readings of Aristotle, pp. 37-64.

Dapsens, Marion, “De la Risâlat Maryânus au De Compositione alchemiae. Quelques r’eflexions sur la tradition d’un traité d’alchimie,” Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016): 121-40

Fontaine, Resianne, “Ibn Daud, Abraham,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2015): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/abraham-daud/.

Forte, Doron, « Back to the Sources : Alternative Versions of Maimonides’ Letter to Samuel ibn Tibbon and Their Neglected Significance, » Jewish Studies Quarterly, 23.1 (2016) : 47-90.

Freudenthal, Gad, “Samuel Ibn Tibbon as the Author of Melakah Qetanah, the Hebrew Translation from Arabic of Galen’s Tegni: Probes into the Evolution of his Philosophical Terminology,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16.1 (2016): 27-43.

-------, “Abrahm Ibn Daud, Avendauth, Dominicus Gundissalinus and Practical Mathematics in Mid-Twelfth Century Toledo,” Aleph, 16.1 (2016): 60-106.

Freudenthal, Gad & Fontaine, Resianne, “Philosophy and Medicine in Jewish Provence, Anno 1199: Samuel Ibn Tibbon and Doeg the Edomite Translating Galen’s Tegni,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.1 (2016): 1-26 [Samuel Ibn Tibbon’s translation includes a translation of Ibn Ridwân’s Commentary on the Tegni].

Galluzzo, Gabriele, The Medieval Reception of Book Zeta of Aristotle’s Metaphysics: Vol. 1: Aristotle’s Ontology and the Middle Ages: The Tradition of Met., Book Zeta and Vol. 2: Pauli Veneti, Expositio in duodecim libros Metaphisice Aristotelis, Liber VII (Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters 110/1 & 110/2). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2013, vol. 1, x-774 pp.; vol. 2, viii-609 pp., ISBN set 9789004226685 (vol. 1, 9789004234376; vol. 2, 9789004234383); e-bk 9789004235021.

Goris, Wouter, “The Empirical and the Transcendental—Stoic, Arabic, and Latin Medieval Accounts of ‘Our’Common Knowledge,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 3-20.

Halper, Yehuda, “Abraham Bibago on Intellectual Conjunction and Human Happiness, Faith and Metaphysics according to a 15th century Jewish Averroist,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 309-18.

Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, Success and Suppression: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy in the Renaissance (I Tatti Studies in Italian Renaissance History).  Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2016, xxii-660 pp., ISBN 9780674971585 [includes an appendix on The availability of Arabic Authors in Latin Editions of the Renaissance, pp. 317-407].

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Jacquart, Danielle, “Quelques propos introductifs: la confluence des sources grecques et arabes dans l’Occident médiéval latin,” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 13-21.

-------, “La physiognomie à l’époque de Frédéric II: le traité de Michel Scot,” in her Recherches médiévales sur la nature humaine. Essais sur la réflexion médicale (XIIe-XVe s.) (Micrologus Library) (Florence: SISMEL, 2014), pp. 3-23 [include ed. of Liber phisionomie, 1, 4-5].

Karnes, Michelle, “Marvels in the Medieval Imagination,” Speculum, 90.2 (2015): 327-65 [Avicenna & al-Kindî].

Kaya, M. Cüneyt, “Bilbliographical Listing of Editions of Islamic Philosophy Texts Published in Turkey and of Turkish Translations of Islamic Philosophy Texts,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 799-848 [in Turkish].

König-Pralong, Catherine, Médiévisme philosophique et raison moderne. De Pierre Bayle à Ernest Renan (Conférences Pierre Abélard).  Paris: Vrin, 2016, 176 pp., ISBN 9782711626793 [ch. II of this historiography focuses on “Arabic” philosophy and Latin philosophy, Herder, Degérando, Heeren, Buhle, Jourdain, Schmölders, Ritter, Munk & Renan].

Krause, Katja, “Remodelling Ultimate Human happiness: Thomas Aquinas’ Commentary on the Sentences and its Sources,” Divus Thomas, 118.1 (2015): 15-56 [Avicenna & Averroes].

Kunitzsch, Paul, “Translators’ Errors in the Almagest, Arabic and Latin,” in Adorare caelestia, pp. 283-93.

Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “Fragments of Commentaries on Aristotle’s Physics from the David Kaufmann Genizah Collection by Ibn Daud and Others (?),” Aleph, 16.1 (2016): 36-60.

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

Martínez Gázquez, José, The Attitude of the Medieval Latin Translators Towards the Arabic Sciences (Micrologus’ Library 75). Florence: SISMEL, 2016, x-214 pp., ISBN 9788884506948 [includes text editions in Latin & Castillan with English translations].

Mosbah, Salah, “The Arabic Modern Enlightment and the Medieval Lights,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 115-???.

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Nirenberg, David, “’Judaísmo’, ‘Islam’ y los peligros del conocimiento en la cultura cristiana, con especial énfasis en el caso del rey Alfonso X El Sabio de Castilla,” Istor,17, n. 66 (2016): 109-37.

Pereira, Michela, “Projecting Perfection. Remarks on the Origin of the “Alchemy of the Elixir”,” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 73-93 [Pseudo Avicenna].

Pessin, Sarah, “The Influence of Islamic Thought on Maimonides,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2014): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/maimonides-islamic/.

Polloni, Nicola, “Thierry of Chartres and Gundissalinus on Spiritual Substances: The Problem of Hylomorphic Composition,” Bulletin de Philosophie médiévale, 57 (2015): 35-57 [in fact 2016].

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Poncela-González, Ángel, “La teoría islámica del conocimiento profético y la concepción suareciana del intelecto,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 837-46.

Puig Montada, Josep, “LLull, I quines coses accepta dels musulmans,” Mirabilia, 23 (2016.2): 33-57 [in Catalan].

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Rashed, Marwan, “L’averroïsme de Lauro Quirini,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 1047-68 [2005 original].

Sellars, John, “Pomponazzi Contra Averroes on the Intellect,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 24.1 (2016): 45-66.

Sylla, Edith Dudley, “Averroes and Fourteenth-Century Theories of Alteration,” in Averoores’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 141-92.

Szilágyi, Krisztina, “A Fragment of a Book of Physics from the David Kaufmann Genizah Collection (Budapest) and the Identity of Ibn Daud with Avendauth,” Aleph, 16.1 (2016): 10-31.

Szilágyi, Krisztina & Langermann, Y. Tzvi, “A Fragment of a Composition on Physics by Abraham Ibn Daud in Judeo-Arabic: An Edition of the Text,” Aleph, 16.1 (2016): 32-38.

Tornero, Emilio, “El Tratado teológico-político de Spinoza y su trasfondo judeo-árabe,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 22 (2015): 253-85.

Trifogli, Cecilia, “The Recpetion of Averroes’ View on Motion in the Latin West,” in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 105-40.

van Oppenraay, Aafke M.I., “Michael Scot’s Translation of Aristotle’s Books on Animals and the Pleasure of Knowledge,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 413-22.

Zonta, Mauro, “Infuence of Arabic and Islamic Philosophy on Judaic Thought,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2016): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-judaic/.

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General Studies

Adamson, Peter, Philosophy in the Islamic World: A History of Philosophy without any Gaps, vol. 3. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, xxiv-511 pp., ISBN 9780199577491 [includes Jewish Philosophy].

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-------, “Philosophical Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 297-312 [al-Kindî, al-Fârâbî & Avicenna].

-------, “Eternity in Medieval Philosophy,” in Eternity: A History, pp. 75-116 [al-Kindî, al-Râzî, Miskawayh, Avicenna, al-Ghazâlî].

--------, « The Arabic Tradition, » in The Routledge Companion to Ethics, ed. by John Skorupski (London : Routledge, 2010), pp. 63-75.

Adeel, M. Ashraf, « Moderation in Greek and Islamic Traditions, and a Virtue Ethics of the Qur’an, » American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 32.3 (2015) : 1-28.

Ahmed, Asad Q., « Systematic Growth in Sustained Error : A Case Study in the Dynamism of Post-Classical Islamic Scholasticism, » in The Islamic Scholarly Tradition, Studies in History, Law and Thought in Honor of Professor Michael Allan Cook, ed. by Asad Q. Ahmed, Behnam Sadeghi & Michael Bonner (Islamic History and Civilization. Studies and Texts 83). Leiden : Brill, 2011, pp. 343-78.

Albertini, Tamara, « Reintroducing Islamic Philosophy : The Persisting Problem of « Smaller Orientalisms », » in The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy, pp. 389-96.

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Aminrazavi, Mehdi, « Mysticism, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2016): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-mysticism/.

Ansari, Hassan & Schmidtke, Sabine, « Bibliographical Practices in Islamic Societies, with an Analysis of MS Berlin, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, Hs. Or. 1352, » Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 4.1-2 (2016): 102-51.

Aouad, Maroun, „Présentation“ of the chronicle ‚Nouvelles découvertes dans les manuscrits en langues syriaque et arabe,‘ Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2015-2016) : 413-14.

Arici, Mustakim, « Philosophy and Philosophical Education at the Crossroad of Intellectual Interests, » in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 725-76 [in Turkish].

Arkan, Atilla, « Psychology : Soul and Intellect, » in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 569-602 [in Turkish].

Arslan, Ishak, “Radiation of Light, Alterations of Heat: The Ishraqi Concept of Motion,” Dîvân, 20, n.39 (2015).

Belhaj, Abdessamad, “Âdâb al-Bahth wa-al-Munâzara: The Neglected Art of Disputation in Later Medieval Islam,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 291-307 [al-Samarqandî, al-Îjî & Tâshköprüzâde].

Berggren, J. Len, “Historical Reflections of Scientific Knowledge: The Case of Medieval Islam,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 137-48 [2001 original].

Bertolacci, Amos, “Metaphysics,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2012): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-metaphysics/.

Bircan, Hasan Hüseyin, “Ethics: Happiness and Virtue,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 655-84 [in Turkish].

Booth, Anthony Robert, Islamic Philosophy and the Ethics of Belief . London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, x-100 pp., ISBN 9781137556998; e-bk 9781137557001.

Bürgel, Johann Christoph, Ärztliches Leben und Denken im arabischen Mittelalter, ed. by Fabian Käs (Islamic History and Civilization 135). Leiden: Brill, 2016, 510 pp., ISBN 9789004326101 & e-bk 9789004326163 [much on professional ethics of physician].

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Crone, Patricia, “Traditional Political Thought,” in Islamic Political Thought: An Introduction, ed. by Gerhard Bowering (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015), pp. 238-51.

Dabashi, Hamid, “Found in Translation,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 9 (2013): 1-7.

de Callataÿ, Godefroid, “Eternity and World-Cycles,” in Eternity: A History, pp. 64-69.

Demirli, Ekrem, “The Problem of Periodization in Sufi Studies: The Struggle of Sufism to Become a Discipline Between the Religious Sciences and Metaphysics,” Nazariyat, 2.n.4 (2016): 1-32.

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Díaz-Fajardo, Montse, « The Transformation of the « World Periods » in the Islamic West : From Abû Ma’shar to al-Baqqâr, » in Islam and Globalisation, pp. 483-93.

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El-Rouayheb, Khaled, « Theology and Logic, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 408-31.

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El Shamsy, Ahmed, “Islamic Book Culture through the Lens of Two Private Libraries, 1850-1940,” Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 4.1-2 (2016): 61-81 [libraries of two Azharî scholars].

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Hasnawi, Ahmad & Hodges, Wilfrid, « Arabic Logic up to Avicenna, » in Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, pp. 45-66.

Heck, Paul L., « Knowledge, » in Islamic Political Thought : An Introduction, ed. by Gerhard Bowering (Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2015), pp. 105-22.

Ibrahim, Ahmed Fekry, « Rethinking the Taqlîd-Ijtihâd Dichotomy : A Conceptual-Historical Approach, » Journal of the American Oriental Society, 136.2 (2016) : 285-303.

Ivry, Alfred, « Psychology and Philosophy of Mind, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2012): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-mind/.

Jackson, Roy, What is Islamic Philosophy?. London-New York : Routledge, 2014, x-190 pp., ISBN 9780415632027 ; pbk 9780415632034 ; e-bk 9781315817552.

Kaya, Cüneyt, « On the Essence of Islamic Philosophy, » in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 15-36 [in Turkish].

Khalil, Atif, « The Embodiment of Gratitude (Shukr) in Sufi Ethics, » Studia Islamica, 111.2 (2016) : 159-78.

Korkut, Senol, « Politics : Philosophy, Religion and City, » in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 685-724 [in Turkish].

Kukkonen, Taneli, “Faculties in Arabic Philosophy,” in The Faculties: A History, ed. by Dominik Perler (Oxford Philosophical Concepts) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015), pp. 66-96.

Lahdiri, Aicha, The Philosophy of Language and Meaning: Between Divine Donation, Convention and Interpretation. Beirut: Difaf Publishing & Rabat: El-Ikhtilef Editions, 2016, ISBN 9786140212886 & 9789938902327.

Leaman, Oliver, “Philosophy and Shiism: Two Sides of the Same Coin?,” Journal of Shi’a Islamic Studies, 9.1 (2016): 5-16.

Legenhausen, Muhammad, “The Development of the Philosophy of Religion in Iran and the West,” al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 131-55.

Lewicka, Paulina B., « The Non-Muslim Physician in the Muslim Society : Remarks on the Religious Context of Medical Practice in Medieval Near East, » in Islam and Globalisation, pp. 495-507.

McGinnis, Jon, « Natural Philosophy and Natural Science, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2013): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-natural/.

-------, « The hiddenness of « divine hiddenness » : divine love in medieval Islamic lands, » in Hidden Divinity and Religious Belief : New Perspectives, ed. by Adam Green & Eleonore Stump. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp. 157-74.

-------. « Creation and Eternity in Medieval Philosophy, » in A Companion to the Philosophy of Time, ed. by Heather Dyke & Adrian Bardon (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy) (Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2013), pp. 73-86 [Avicenna].

Mottaqi, Hossein, « MS Qom, Kitâbhâna Âyatullâh Mar’âshî 286. An 11th/17th Century Iranian Anthology of Philosophical and Theological Works in Arabic and Persian, » Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016) : 141-86 [Ibn Sînâ, al-Kindî, al-Fârâbî, al-Suhrawardî, plus some Greek sources].

Mufti, Malik, « The Many-Colored Cloack : Evolving Conceptions of Democracy in Islamic Political Thought, » American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 27.2 (2010) : 1-27.

Nasr, Seyyed Hussein, « The Significance of Persian Philosophical Works in the Tradition of Islamic Philosophy, » Islâmî Arastirmalar/Journal of Islamic Research, 23.2 (2012): 73-78.

Ohlander, Erik S., « Sufism, » in The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy, pp. 419-31.

Olszowy-Schlanger, Judith, « Cheap Books in Medieval Egypt : Rotuli from the Cairo Geniza, » Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 4.1-2 (2016): 82-101.

Ourya, Mohamed, La pensée arabe actuelle. Entre tradition et modernité (Pensée religieuse et philosophique arabe). Paris : L’Harmattan, 2016, 248 pp. ISBN 9782343100654 ; e-bk 9782140018947.

Ragep, Sally P., « The Teaching of Theoretical Astronomy in Pre-modern Islam : Looking Beyond Individual Initiatives, » in Schüler und Meister, pp. 557-68.

Ramón Guerrero, Rafael, « Cristianos y musulmanes en Bagdad en el siglo X, » Istor, 17. n.66 (2016) : 71-88.

Ribau, Patrick, « Les savoirs à l’âge d’or de la civilisation arabo-musulmane, » (La) Pensée, 384 (oct./déc. 2015) : 57-64.

Richardson, Kara, « Causation in Arabic and Islamic Thought, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-causation/.

-------, “Efficent Causation from Ibn Sînâ to Ockham,” in Efficient Causation: A History, ed. by Tad M. Schmaltz (Oxford Philosophical Concepts) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), pp. 105-131 [also Averroes & al-Ghazâlî].

Sabra, A.I., « Situating Arabic Science : Locality versus Essence, » in Studies in the Making of Islsamic Science : Knowledge in Motion, pp. 119-36 [1996 original].

-------, « Science and Philosophy in Medieval Islamic Theology : The Evidence of the Fourteenth Century, » in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 349-90 [1994 original].

-------, « The Appropriation and Subsequent Naturalization of Greek Science in Medieval Islam : A Preliminary Statement, » in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 101-17 [1987 original].

Shinikov, Atanas, “To Flog or Not to Flog? On Instructive Uses of Violence in Muslim Pedagogy and Education,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 569-90.

Smirnov, Andrey, “The Hellenizing Philosophers,” in The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy, pp. 397-409.

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Stearns, Justin, « The Legal Status of Science in the Muslim World in the Early Modern Period : An Initial Consideration of Fatwâs from Three Maghribî Sources, » in The Islamic Scholarly Tradition, Studies in History, Law and Thought in Honor of Professor Michael Allan Cook, ed. by Asad Q. Ahmed, Behnam Sadeghi & Michael Bonner (Islamic History and Civilization. Studies and Texts 83). Leiden : Brill, 2011, pp. 265-90 [deals mainly with astronomy & medicine].

Street, Tony, « Arabic and Islamic Philosophy of Language and Logic, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2013): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/arabic-islamic-language/.

Strobino, Riccardo & Thom, Paul, “The Logic of Modalities,” in Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, pp. 342-69.

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Traboulsi, Samer, « Transmission of Knowledge and Book Preservation in the Tayyibî Ismâ’îlî Tradition, » Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 4.1-2 (2016): 22-35.

Travaglia, Pinella, « Note sull’ermetismo arabo, » in Adorare caelestia, pp. 71-98.

Türker, Ömer, « The Possibility of Thinking on Existence : An Analysis Following the Traditions of Islamic Metaphysics, » Nazariyat, 2, n.3 (2015) : ????

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Uckelman, Sara L. & Lagerlund, Henrik, “Logic in the Latin Thirteenth Century,” in Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, pp. 119-41.

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Wagner, Ewald, « Der Tahâfut al-falâsifa eines frommen Pilgers. Die Religion in Ibn Ghubairs Dichtung, » Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 165.1 (2015) : 93-124 [lampoons against philosophers and philosophy, mainly Averroes & Ghazâlî].

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Walker, Paul E., « Libraries, Book Collection and the Production of Texts by the Fatimids, » Intellectual History of the Islamicate World, 4.1-2 (2016) : 7-21.

Yavari, Neguin, Advice for the Sultan. Prophetic Voices and Secular Politics in Medieval Islam.  Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014, viii-197 pp., ISBN 9780199338924.

Young, Walter Edward, « Mulâzama in action in the Early Âdâb al-Bahth, » Oriens, 44.3-4 (2016) : 332-85.

Ziai, Hossein, « Philosophy of Illumination, » in The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy, pp. 410-18.

Zuceato, Marco, “La supremacía de la ciencia árabe: Astronomía y matemáticas en al-Andalus durante el siglo X,” Istor, n.66 (2016): 89-108.

Abû al-Barakât, al-Baghdâdî

Ahmed, Asad Q., “The Reception of Avicenna’s Theory of Motion in the Twelfth Century,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 215-43.

Kaukua, Jari, « Self, Agent, Soul : Abû al-Barakât al-Baghdâdî’s Critical Reception of Avicennian Psychology, » in Subjectivity and Selfhood, pp. 75-89.

Tunagöz, Tuna, “A Page from the History of Islamic Science: Risâla fî sabab zuhûr al-kawâkib laylan wa khafaiha nahâran (study, critical ed. & transl.),” Dîvân, 20.38 (2015) [in Turkish].

Ali Sedad

Muhtaroglu, Nazif, « Ali Sedad Bey’s (d. 1900), Kavâidu’t-Tahavvülât fî Harekâti’z-Zerrât (Principles of Transformation in the Motion of Particles), » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 586-606.

Ashkevarî

Terrier, Mathieu, Histoire de la sagesse et philosophie shi’ite. „L’Aimé des coeurs“ de Qutb al-Dîn Ashkevarî (Islam-Nouvelles approches). Paris: Cerf, 2016, 786 pp., ISBN 9782204104548 [includes a transl. and commentary on the 1st book of L’Aimé des coeurs].

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.

Ibn Rushd (Averroès), La découverte des méthodes démonstratives des dogmes religieux et l’exposé des ambiguïtés déviatrices et des innovations déroutantes resultant de l’interprétation de ces dogmes (Kitâb al-Kashf ‘an manâhij al-adilla fî ‘aqâ’id al-milla wa ta’rîf mâ waqa’a fîhâ bi-hasb al-ta’wîl min al-shubuh al-muzîgha wa-l-bida’ al-muzilla), Analytic Study of Ibn Rushd’s Interpretation of Holy Scripture, French Translation, Notes and Lexique arabo-franco-latino-anglo-espagnol of the technical terms byAbdelmajid El Ghannouchi (1936-2007), revised and ed. by Mokdad Arfa-Mensia. Tunis: Académie Tunisienne des Sciences, des Lettres et des Arts Beït al-Hikma, 2016, 280 pp., ISBN 9789973491725.

Ait-Azizou, Sylvain, Les sources arabes de l’averroïsme dans l’Occident médiéval. D’Ibn Rochd à Averroès.  Made in Middletwon, DE: unknown publisher, 2016, 111 pp., ISBN 9781446746370 [was copyrighted in Dec. 2010].

Aouad, Maroun, “Averroès critique des traditions non philosophiques de la rhétorique,” in La rhétorique au miroir de la philosophie. Définitions philosophiques et definitions rhétoriques de la rhétorique, ed. by Barbara Cassin (Bibliothèque d’Histoire de la Philosophie) (Paris: Vrin, 2015), pp. 281-310.

Belo, Catarina, “Averroes (d. 1198), The Decisive Treatise,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 278-95.

Ben Ahmed, Fouad, “Three Masters and One Disciple: Ibn Tumlûs’s Critical Incorporation of al-Fârâbî, al-Ghazâlî, and Ibn Rushd,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 537-56.

Benantar, Abdennour, “(Re)traduction et restitution du texte d’Ibn Rushd dans sa langue d’origine: Commentaire de la République de Platon,” Noesis, 21 (Spring 2013): 163-86.

Bou Akl, Ziad, “La philosophie comme pratique: erreur et droit à l’erreur dans la pensée d’Averroès,” Les Études Philosophiques, n.2 (2016): 269-82 [Discours Décisif in the juridical context of the Abridgment of al-Ghazâlî’s Mustasfâ].

-------, “Des Mégariques aux Ash’arites: le commentaire d’Averroès à Métaph. Theta 3,” Rursus, 9 (2016): http://rursus.revues.org/1235 .

Brenet, Jean-Baptiste, “Pensée, dénomination extrinsèque et changement chez Averroès. Une lecture d’Aristote, Physique, VII, 3,” Archives d’Histoire Doctrinale et Littéraire du Moyen Âge, 82 (2015): 23-43.

-------, “Falsafa et interpretation coranique: l’exemple de la vie future chez Avicenne et Averroès,” in Compréhension et interpretation, ed. by Eric Castagne & Patrick Wotling (Reims: Presses Universitaires de Reims, 2015), pp. 123-41.

Cerami, Cristina, “Essence, accident et nécessité: la notion de par soi chez Averroès,” Les Études Philosophiques, n.2 (2016): 217-41 [“kath’ auto” in Long Commentary on the Posterior Analytics, includes some translations].

-------, “Le plaisir des femmes selon Aristote. Averroès contre Galien sur Natura nihil facit frustra,” Philosophie Antique, 16 (2016): 63-102.

-------, “Mélange, minima naturalia et croissance animale dans le Commentaire moyen d’Averroès au De generatione et corruptione, I,5,” in La nature et le vide, pp. 137-64.

-------, « L’éternel par soi. Averroès contre al-Fârâbî sur les enjeux épistémologiques de Phys. VIII, 1, » in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 1-36.

Cherif Zahar, Farah, « L’éternité du mouvement chez Ibn Bâjja (Avempace) : de la définition générique à la définition numérique.  Le commentaire aux chapitres 1 et 2 du livre VIII de la Physique, » Les Études Philosophiques, n.2 (2016) : 161-216 [al-Fârâbî, Philoponus, Averroes].

Donati, Silvia, « Is Celstial Motion a Natural Motion ?, » in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 89-104.

Ehret, Charles, « Informing from Without : Intellect as Separate Form according to Averroes & Thomas Wylton, » Freiburger Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Theologie, 62.2 (2015) : 389-406 [review article of J.-B. Brenet’s 2013 book].

Forte, Francesca, “Averroes’ Aesthetics. The Pleasure of Philosophy and the Pleasure of Poetry,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 287-96.

-------, “Averroès et la censure de l’histoire,” Doctor Virtualis, n.13 (2015): 135-52.

Galluzzo, Gabriele, The Medieval Reception of Book Zeta of Aristotle’s Metaphysics: Vol. 1: Aristotle’s Ontology and the Middle Ages: The Tradition of Met., Book Zeta and Vol. 2: Pauli Veneti, Expositio in duodecim libros Metaphisice Aristotelis, Liber VII (Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters 110/1 & 110/2). Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2013, vol. 1, x-774 pp.; vol. 2, viii-609 pp., ISBN set 9789004226685 (vol. 1, 9789004234376; vol. 2, 9789004234383); e-bk 9789004235021 [“Substance in Averroes’s Long Commentary on the Metaphysics, Book VII,” is ch. 2 of vol. 1, pp. 141-233; “Alexander of Alexandria’s use of Averroes,” see vol. 1, ch. 5, section 2, pp. 391-403; “Paul of Venice As a Reader of Averroes. The Case of Essence and Definition,” is ch. 6 of vol. 1, pp. 421-66; “Aristotle and Averroes’s Texts,” see introduction to Vol. 2, pp. 22-24].

García-Huidobro, Joaquín, “Averroes y las cosas justas per naturaleza,” Anales del seminario de historia de la filosofía, 32.2 (2015): 393-413.

Geoffroy, Marc, “Sources et origines de la théroie de l’intellect d’Averroès (I),” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2014-2015): 181-302.

Halper, Yehuda, “Dialecticians and Dialectics in Averroes’ Long Commentary on Gamma 2 of Aristotle’s Metaphysics,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.1 (2016): 161-84.

-------, “Abraham Bibago on Intellectual Conjunction and Human Happiness, Faith and Metaphysics according to a 15th century Jewish Averroist,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 309-18.

Hasse, Dag Nikolaus, Success and Suppression: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy in the Renaissance (I Tatti Studies in Italian Renaissance History).  Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2016, xxii-660 pp., ISBN 9780674971585 [ch. 5 deals with Philosophy: Averroes’s Partisans and Enemies, pp. 179-247].

-------, “Averroes’ Critique of Ptolemy and Its Reception by John of Jasndun and Agostino Nifo,” in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 69-88.

Laroui, Fouad, Une lecture personnelle d’Averroès, Forward by Emmanuel Ethis, Interview by Joëlle Richetta, Transcription by Hélène Moreau (Entrevues).  Avignon: Editions Universitaires d’Avignon, 2014, 69 pp., ISBN 9782357680098.

Mahdi, Muhsin, “Averroes’ Commentary on Plato’s Republic,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 27-42.

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

Ogden, Stephen R., “On a Possible Argument for Averroes’s Single Separate Intellect,” Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy, 4 (2016): 27-63.

Sarioglu, Hüseyin, “Ibn Rush: A Philosopher of Balance,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 365-5 [in Turkish].

Sellars, John, “Pomponazzi Contra Averroes on the Intellect,” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 24.1 (2016): 45-66.

Sylla, Edith Dudley, “Averroes and Fourteenth-Century Theories of Alteration,” in Averoores’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 141-92.

Trifogli, Cecilia, “The Recpetion of Averroes’ View on Motion in the Latin West,” in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 105-40.

Welnak, Shawn, “Philosophy and Power in Averroës,” The Maghreb Review, 41.2 (2016): 325-35 [comment on Colmo’s “Wisdom and Power in Averroes’ Commentary on Plato’s Republic,” same journal, 40.3 (2015): 308-18].

Yazicioglu, Isra, Understanding the Qur’anic Miracle Stories in the Modern Age (Signifying [on] Scriptures). University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2013, x-222 pp. [ch. 2 “A Cautious Approach to Miracle Stories: Ibn Rushd’s Case for Rationalism and Divine Wisdom, pp. 43-68].

Yildiz, Mustafa, “Conceiving Religion: Al-Fârâbî and Averroes on the Concepts of “Millah” and “Sharîah”,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10 (2016): 62-103.

Zandi, Davoud. “A Comparative Study of the Relationship between the Material and the Active Intellect from the Perspective of Averroes and Al-Farabi,” Journal of Islamic Studies and Culture [Malaysia], 3.2 (2015): 39-41.

Avicenna

Ibn Sînâ, Isbâb hudûth al-hurûf (Reasons of Letters’ Formation), ed. by Farghalî Sayyid ‘Arabâwi.  Beirut: Dâr al-kutûb al-ilmiyah, 2011, 256 pp., ISBN 9782745168191.

Ahmed, Asad Q., “The Reception of Avicenna’s Theory of Motion in the Twelfth Century,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 215-43 [al-Mas’ûdî, Abû al-Barakât al-Baghdâdî, Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî]. 

Alper, Ömer Mahir, “Ibn Sînâ and Ibn Sînâ’s School,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 251-87 [in Turkish].

Alwishah, Ahmed, “Avicenna on Animal Self-Awareness, Cognition and Identity,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16.1 (2016): 73-96.

-------, “Ibn Sînâ on Floating Man Arguments,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 9 (2013): 32-53.

Amari, Yassine, “Analysis and Pleasure in Ibn Sînâ,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 255-64.

Arici, Müstakim, “The Question of Disposition and Virtue in ‘Adud al-Dîn al-Îjî,” Nazariyat, 2.4 (2016): 33-60 [how al-Îjî received Avicenna’s psychology].

Baffioni, Carmela, “The Elaboration of Ancient Theories on Earthquakes. Avicenna and Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî in Relation to their Greek and Arabic Sources,” in Islam and Globalisation, pp. 435-62.

Bermon, Pascale, “Plaisir et coordination sensorielle des animaux chez Aristote et Thomas d’Aquin,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 553-62 [in opposition to Avicenna’s view of the lamb and the wolf].

Bertolacci, Amos, “Ibn Sînâ (d. 428/1037), Metaphysics of the Shifâ’,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 143-68.

Caminada, Nicolò, « A Quotation of an anonymous ‘logician’ in Avicenna’s Categories, » Documenti e studi, 27 (2016) : 195-38.

Celeyrette, Jean, « Le vide chez Avicenne, » in La nature et le vide, pp. 101-117.

Chatti, Saloua, “Existential Import in Avicenna’s Modal Logic,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16.1 (2016): 45-71.

-------, “Avicenna (Ibn Sînâ): Logic,” in Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016): http://www.iep.utm.edu/av-logic.

De Haan, Daniel D., “Where Does Avicenna Demonstrate the Existence of God?,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16.1 (2016): 97-128.

De Vincenzo, Silvia, “Avicenna’s reworking of Porphyry’s ‘common accident’ in the light of Aristotle’s Categories,” Documenti e studi, 27 (2016): 163-94.

El-Bizri, Nader, « Philosophising at the Margins of ‘Shi’i Studies’ : Reflections on Ibn Sînâ’s Ontology, » in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 585-97.

Erolin, Caroline, Shoja, Mohammadali M., Loukas, Marious, Shokouhi, Ghaffar, Rashidi, Mohammada Reza, Khalili, Majid & Tubbs, R. Shane, “What did Avicenna (Ibn Sina, 980-1037 A.D.) look like?,” International Journal of Cardiology, 167 (2013): 1660-1663 [this article is unaware of a previous such reconstruction in Uzbekistan, A Bust of Abu Ali Ibn Sina: A Scientific Reconstruction, ed. by Yu. A. Atabekov & Sh. Kh. Khamidullin.Tashkent, 1980, English version, pp. 70-98, with illustrations pp.99-110].

Fischer, Katrin, “Avicenna’s ex-uno-Principle in William of Auvergne’s De Trinitate,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 423-32.

Griffel, Frank, “Theology Engages With Avicennan Philosophy: al-Ghazâlî’s Tahâfut al-falâsifa and Ibn al-Malâhimî’s Tuhfat al-mutakallimîn fî l-radd ‘alâ l-falâsifa,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 435-55.

-------, “Ismâ’ilite Critique of Ibn Sînâ: Al-Shahrastânî’s (d. 1153) Wrestling Match with the Philosophers,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 210-32.

Hanoglu, Ismail, “The Resurrection of Human Souls,” Islâsmî Arastirmalar, 26.2 (2015): 68-74 [in Turkish].

Hertogh, C.P., “Ibn Sînâ’s Flying Man: Logical Analyses of a (Religious) Thought Experiment,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 9 (2013): 54-74.

Hoover, Jon, “Murtaza Mutahhari’s Solution to the Problem of Evil,” Theological Review, 36.2 (2015): 162-70.

Janssens, Jules, “Ibn Sînâ: A Philosophical Mysticism or a Philosophy of Mysticism?,” Mediterranea, 1 (2016): 37-54.

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

Karnes, Michelle, “Marvels in the Medieval Imagination,” Speculum, 90.2 (2015): 327-65 [Avicenna & al-Kindî].

Kaukua, Jari, « Self, Agent, Soul : Abû al-Barakât al-Baghdâdî’s Critical Reception of Avicennian Psychology, » in Subjectivity and Selfhood, pp. 75-89.

Kukkonen, Taneli, “Sources of the Self in the Arabic Tradition: Remarks on the Avicennan Turn,” in Subjectivity and Selfhood, pp. 37-60 [also mutakllimûn].

Lamrani, Lila, “L’herméneutique coranique dans l’Épître sur le Retour d’Avicenne: entre orthodoxie et philosophie,” Les Études Philosophiques, n.2 (2016): 242-68.

Lizzini, Olga L., “Avicenna: The Pleasure of Knowledge and the Quietude of the Soul,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 265-73 [on the Metaphysics of the Shifâ’, IX, 7].

-------, “Nihil ed Ex nihilo: Note sul senso dell’agire divino nella metafisica di Avicenna,” Divus Thomas, 118.2 (2015): 223-45.

-------, “Ibn Sina’s Metaphysics,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ibn-sina/metaphysics/.

López-Farjeat, Luis Xavier, « Avicenna on Non-conceptual Content and Self-Awareness in Non-human Animals, » in Subjectivity and Selfhood, pp. 61-73.

-------, « Dos visiones contrastantes sobre la profecía : Avicena y Tomás de Aquino, » Istor, 17, n.66 (2016) : 159-76.

McGinnis, Jon, „Nasîr al-Dîn al-Tûsî (d. 1274), Sharh al-Ishârât,“ in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 326-47.

-------, “Ibn Sînâ’s Natural Philosophy,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ibn-sina-natural/.

McVaugh, Michael Rogers, « Why Rhazes ?, » Micrologus, 26 (2016) : 43-71 [why in 1309 the medical faculty at Monpellier gives priority to al-Râzî over Avicenna].

Morel, Teymour, “An Unknown Artuqid Emir?,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2015-2016): 415-18 [about a Mss. that includes several texts by Ibn Sînâ].

Moulin, Isabelle, “Les deux sources du bonheur humain: contemplation intellective et vision de Dieu. Avicenna, Albert le Grand,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 433-45.

Moureau, Sébastien, Le De anima alchimique du pseudo-Avicenne, vol. 1: Study; vol. 2. Critical edition and annotated translation (Micrologus’ Library 76). Florence: SISMEL, 2016, vol. 1, x-452 pp.; vol. 2, x-972 pp., ISBN for both 9788884507167.

Movahed, Zia, Reflections on the Logic of Ibn-Sînâ and Suhrawardî. Theran: Hermes, 2016.

Müller, Jörn, “Memory as an Internal Sense: Avicenna and the Reception of His Psychology by Thomas Aquinas,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 497-506 [focuses on Avicenna’s denyal of intellectual memory].

Nacafov, Rahil, “The Problem of Revelation in the Islamic Philosophy: Comparatively Analysis between Avicenna and Farabi,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10 (2016): 115-32.

Normore, Calvin, “’Causa sui’: Awareness and Choice in the Constitution of the Self,” in Subjectivity and Selfhood, pp. 91-107.

O’Reilly, Francisco, “La metafísica come perfección del deseo humano.  Comentario a Philosophia Prima (IX,7) del Avicenna latinus,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 245-54.

Özalp, Hasan, “Metaphysical Efficient Cause in the Context of God and Nature Relationship (Divine Action). The Case of Avicenna,” Islâmî Arastirmalar/Journal of Islamic Research, 24.3 (2013): 146-59.

Pereira, Michela, “Projecting Perfection. Remarks on the Origin of the “Alchemy of the Elixir”,” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 73-93 [Pseudo Avicenna].

Polloni, Nicola, “Gundissalinus on Necessary Being: Textual and Doctrinal Alterations in the Exposition of Avicenna’s Metaphysica,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 16.1 (2016): 129-60.

Pomeroy, Samuel A., “Accommodating Avicenna, Appropriating Augustine: Assessing the Sources for Thomas Aquinas’ Doctrine of Prophecy,” Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 88 (2014): 127-44.

Porro, Pasquale, “Antiplatonisme et néoplatonisme chez Avicenne (Ilâhiyyât, livre VII),” in Adorare caelestia, pp. 113-45.

Rashed, Marwan, “Le problème de la composition du ciel (529-1610): Un nouveau fragment de Philopon et ses lecteurs,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 649-89 [French translation of an English original; includes Arabic translation by al-Antâqî of the fragment and reactions in Arabic sources, particularly Avicenna].

Rashed, Roshdi, “Avicenne, ‘philosophe analytique’ des mathématiques,” Les Études Philosophiques, n.2 (2016): 283-306.

Richardson, Kara, “Efficent Causation from Ibn Sînâ to Ockham,” in Efficient Causation: A History, ed. by Tad M. Schmaltz (Oxford Philosophical Concepts) (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014), pp. 105-131.

Schoeck, Cornelia, “The Criterion of Completeness in Avicenna’s Reorganization of the Predicables into a System of Notions Resulting in Concept Formation,” Oriens, 44.3-4 (2016): 386-416.

Sebti, Meryem, “La notion de mushâhada dans la philosophie d’Avicenne,” in Mystique et philosophie, pp. 159-78.

Shihadeh, Ayman, “Al-Râzî’s (d. 1210) Commentary on Avicenna’s Pointers: The Confluence of Exegesis and Aporetics,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 296-325.

Strobino, Riccardo, “Avicenna on Knowledge (‘ilm), Certainty (yaqîn), Cause (‘illa/sabab) and the Relative (mudâf),” British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 24.3 (2016): 426-46.

-------, “Per Se, Inseparability, Containment and Implication. Bridging the Gap between Avicenna’s Theory of Demonstration and Logic of the Predicables,” Oriens, 44.3-4 (2016): 181-266.

Strobino, Riccardo & Thom, Paul, “The Logic of Modalities,” in Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, pp. 342-69.

Thom, Paul, « Necessity in Avicenna and the Arabic Tradition, » in Logical Modalities from Aristotle to Carnap : The Story of Necessity, ed. by Max Cresswell, Edwin Mares & Adriane Rini (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2016), pp. 91-112.

-------, « On logics of genus and differentia in the Aristotelian tradition, » Documenti e studi, 27 (2016) : 131-62.

-------, The Syllogism and Its Transformation, » in Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, pp.290-315.

Ülçer, Ibrahim Halil, “Aristotle’s Dunamis Transformed: On Avicenna’s Conception of Natural Isti’ad and Tahayyu’,” Nazariyat, 2. n. 3 (2015): 37-76.

Veit, Raphaela, “Avicennas Ta’lîqât: Textgenese und Schüler tradition,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 525-36.

Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “’Retour sur horreur du vide’: les origines de la ‘nature universelle’ dans la physique médiévale et ses significations (XIIIe-XIVe siècles),” in La nature et le vide, pp. 15-38.

Winter, Martin, Über Avicennas Opus Egregium De Anima (Liber Sextus Naturalium). Grundlegender Teil; Inaugural-Dissertation, zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde der Hohen Philosophischen Fakultät der Friedrich-Alexanders-Universität Erlangen (Classic Reprint Series).  London: Forgotten Books, 2015, 55 pp., ISBN 9781333278960 [reprint of 1903 Munich ed.].

Zandi, Davoud, “Cognition between Cause and Effect from the Perspective of Avicenna and Mullasadra,” Journal of Islamic Studies and Culture [Malaysia], 3.2 (2015): 143-46.

Zonta, Mauro & Freudenthal, Gad, “Notes on “Some Notes on ‘Avicenna among Medieval Jews’” by Professor Steven Harvey,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 309-11[refers to Freudental & Zonta, “Avicenna among Medieval Jews. The Reception of Avicenna’s Philosophical, Scientific and Medical Writings in Jewish Cultures, East and West,” ASP, 22 (2012): 217-87 and is a rejoinder to Harvey, “Somes Notes on ‘Avicenna among the Jews’,” ASP, 25 (2015): 249-77].

Baghdadi Philosophers

Aydinli, Yasar, “Al-Fârâbî and the Peripatetic School of Bagdad,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 145-81 [in Turkish].

al-Baghdâdî, ‘Abd al-Latîf

Bonadeo, Cecilia Martini, « al-Baghdâdî, ‘Abd al-Latîf, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/al-baghdadi/.

al-Bihârî

Ahmed, Asad Q., “The Sullam al-‘ulûm of (d. 1707) Muhibb Allâh al-Bihârî,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 488-508.

al-Fârâbî

Kitâb al-Hurûf (translation) by Muhsin Mahdi & Charles E. Butterworth, in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 43-70.

Al-Karaki, Balqis, “The Points of Contention in a Platonic Reflection Analogy by al-Fârâbî,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 9 (2013): 89-115 [based on a passage in The Political Regime].

Amârî, Yassin, “The End of the Souls in al-Fârâbî,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 84-114 [in Arabic].

Arfa Mensia, Mokdad, “La connaissance vraie comme cause possible de souffrance perpétuelle chez al-Fârâbî,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 223-34.

-------, “On the Structure of the Structure of al-Fârâbî’s Principles of the Opinions of the People of the Virtuous City,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 34-62.

Aydinli, Yasar, “Al-Fârâbî and the Peripatetic School of Bagdad,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 145-81 [in Turkish].

Bahrani, Morteza, “Three Different Readings of al-Farabi’s Political Philosophy,” International Journal of Humanities of the Islamic Republic of Iran, 21.1 (2014): 117-42.

Ben Ahmed, Fouad, “Three Masters and One Disciple: Ibn Tumlûs’s Critical Incorporation of al-Fârâbî, al-Ghazâlî, and Ibn Rushd,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 537-56.

Brenet, Jean-Baptiste, “Alexandre d’Aphrodise ou le matérialiste malgré lui: La question de l’engendrement de l’intellect revue et corrigée par Averroès,” in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 37-67.

Burns, Daniel E., “Alfarabi and the Creation of an Islamic Political Science,” Review of Politics, 78.3 (2016): 365-89.

Campanini, Massimo, “L’ordinamento delle scienze in Al-Fârâbî, tra epistemologia e politica,” Rivista di Filosofia Neo-Scolastica, 108.1 (2016): 207-14.

Cerasmi, Cristina, « L’éternel par soi. Averroès contre al-Fârâbî sur les enjeux épistémologiques de Phys. VIII, 1, » in Averroes’ Natural Philosophy, pp. 1-36.

Cherif Zahar, Farah, « L’éternité du mouvement chez Ibn Bâjja (Avempace) : de la définition générique à la défintion numérique.  Le commentaire aux chapitres 1 et 2 du livre VIII de la Physique, » Les Études Philosophiques, n.2 (2016) : 161-216 [al-Fârâbî, Philoponus, Averroes].

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, « Al-Farabi, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/al-farabi/.

-------, « Islam y cristianismo : Un lenguaje humano y divino o múltiples lenguajes humanos, » Istor, 17, n.66 (2016) : 139-58 [2012 English original].

-------, « Why Music Matters for Language and Interpretation : al-Fârâbî, »,” Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2014-2015): 167-179.

Forcada, Miquel, « Al-Fârâbî i el cardiocentrisme : el rei de la ciutat de l’ànima i del cos, » in Homenatge a Francesc Castelló, Geografies/Jugrâfiyyât, ed. by Roser Puig & Ingrid Bajarano (Barcelona : Universitat de Barcelona, 2012), pp. 165-70 [in Catalan].

Galston, Miriam, “The Puzzle of Alfarabi’s Parallel Works,” The Review of Politics, 77.4 (2015): 519-43 [on The Opinions or Perfect City and The Political Regime or The Principles of Beings].

Germann, Nadja, “Al-Farabi’s Philosophy of Society and Religion,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/al-farabi-soc-rel/.

-------, « Imitation-Ambiguity-Discourse: Some Remarks on al-Fârâbî’s Philosophy of Language, » Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2015-2016) : 135-66.

-------, “Logic as the Path to Happiness: Al-Fârâbî and the Divisions of the Sciences,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 15-30.

Hanoglu, Ismail, « The Term Mawjûd in Nonlogical Contexts, » Islâmî Arastirmalar, 27.1 (2016): 103-10 [in Turkish; also Sibawayh].

Islam, Muhammad Rafiqul, « The Ideal State/Society of Plato and al-Farabi : A Comparative Analysis, » International Journal of Islamic Thoughts [not Thought] (Bengladesh), 2.1 (2013): 61-80.

Janos, Damien, « Al-Fârâbî’s (d. 950) On the One and Oneness : Some Preliminary Remarks on Its Structure, Contents, and Theological Implications, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 101-28.

Jevolella, Massimo, « Nawâbit : i « germogli » della Città Eccellente in al-Fârâbî, Ibn Bajjah, e nella tradizione platonica che li inspirò, » Quaderni di Studi Indo-Mediterranei, 5 (2012): 95-124.

Kleven. Terrence J., “Ibn Bâjjah’s Commentaries on al-Fârâbî’s Letter and The Five Aphorisms,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 275-86 [the Letter is the Introductory Letter on Logic].

Loevy, Katharine, “Al-Farabi’s Images,” Épochè, 21.1 (Fall 2016): 67-84.

López-Farjeat, Luís Xavier, “Al-Farabi’s Psychology and Epistemology,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/al-farabi-psych/.

-------, « al-Fârâbî y la relación entre política y religión a la luz de su comentario a Las Leyes de Platón, » Signos Filosóficos, 18.36 (2016) : 38-60.

Maróth, Miklós, “Al-Fârâbî’s Topica,” in Islam and Globalisation, pp. 509-17.

Mestiri, Soumaya, “Dikaiosunè et ‘Adl: sur quelques aphorisms de Fârâbî,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 79-88.

Moreira Alaniz, Nicolás, “El innatismo de las cogniciones primarias y la adquisición del conocimiento en “Tahsîl al-sa’âda” de al-Fârâbî,” Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval, 22 (2015): 137-45.

Nacafov, Rahil, “The Problem of Revelation in the Islamic Philosophy: Comparatively Analysis between Avicenna and Farabi,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10 (2016): 115-32.

Orwin, Alexander I., “Democracy under the Caliphs: Alfarabi’s Unusual Understanding of Popular Rule,” The Review of Politics, 77.2 (2015): 171-90.

Polloni, Nicola, “Gundissalinus and the application of al-Fârâbî’s metaphysical programme: A case of philosophical transfer,” Mediterranea, 1 (2016): 69-106.

Saiden, Mehdi, “La liberté et l’égalité dans la cité démocratique selon al-Fârâbî,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 89-???.

Stella, Federico, “L’illuminismo esoterico religioso medievale: Leo Strauss interprete di al-Farabi,” Doctor Virtualis, n.13 (2015): 119-33.

Thomann, Johannes, “Al-Fârâbî’s Kommentar zum Almagest in sekundärer Überlieferung bei Ibn as-Salâh: Ein vorläufiger Bericht,” Asiatische Studien. Études Asiatiques, 69.1 (2015): 99-113.

Welnak, Shawn, “A Note on al-Fârâbî’s Rhetoric: Following Deeds, not Words,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 9 (2013): 75-88.[based on Short Treatise on the Syllogism].

Yildiz, Mustafa, “Conceiving Religion: Al-Fârâbî and Averroes on the Concepts of “Millah” and “Sharîah”,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10 (2016): 62-103.

Younesie, Mostafa, “Speculations on the Possibility of Alfarabi’s Partial Reception of Thrax’ Tekhne Grammatike,Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10 (2016): 104-14.

Zandi, Davoud. “A Comparative Study of the Relationship between the Material and the Active Intellect from the Perspective of Averroes and Al-Farabi,” Journal of Islamic Studies and Culture [Malaysia], 3.2 (2015): 39-41.

Zghal, Hatem, “The Political in al-Fârâbî: In between the Theoretical and the Practical,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 23-33 [in Arabic].

Hunayn b. Ishâq

Hunayn ibn Ishâq on His Galen Translations, A parallel English-Arabic text ed. & transl. by John C. Lamoreaux with an appendix by Grigory Kessel (Eastern Christian Texts). Provo. Utah: Brigham Young University Press, 2016, xxxiv-207 pp., ISBN 9780842529341 [includes a prosopography of translators and patrons; a list of Galen’s works mentioned by Hunayn, as well  as an Inventory of Galen’s Extant Works in Syriac by Grigory Kessel].

Cooper, Glen M., “Hunayn ibn Ishâq’s Galen Translations and Greco-Arabic Philology: Some observations from the Crises (De crisibus) and the Critical Days (De diebus decretoriis),” Oriens, 44, 1-2 (2016): 1-43.

Olsson, J.T., “The Reputation of Hunayn b. Ishâq in Contemporaneous and Later Sources,” Journal of Abbasid Studies, 3.1 (2016): 29-55.

Ibn ‘Adî

Ibn ‘Adî, “Trois traités théologiques de Yahyâ Ben ‘Adî (sur l’Union, la Crucifixion, la Mort, et l’Ascension,” ed. by Nadine Abbas, al-Machriq, 89.2 (2015): 609-34 [includes edition; two of the treatises are replies to a question by al-Juwaynî].

Colmo, Christopher, “Comments on Special Issue on Islamic Philosophy,” The Maghreb Review, 41.2 (2016): 316-24 [comments on the special issue in this journal, 40.3 (2015), but all on al-Fârâbî].

Griffith, Sidney H., “Yahyâ b. ‘Adî’s (d. 974) Kitâb Tahdhîb al-akhlâq,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 129-42.

Maróth, Miklós, “Que pouvons-nous apprendre de Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî,” in L’ordre social et les religions, pp. 275-94.

Platti, Emilio, “Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî, Disciples and Masters: On Questions of Religious Philosophy,” in The Character of Christian-Muslim Encounter: Essays in Honor of David Thomas (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations 25) (Leiden: Brill, 2015), pp. 60-84.

Wisnovsky, Robert, “Ms Tehran—Madrasa-yi Marwî 19: An 11th/17th-Century Codex of Classical falsafah, Including ‘Lost” Works by Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî (d.363/974),” Journal of Islamic Manuscripts, 7.1 (2016): 89-122 [25 texts].

Ibn Bâjjah (Avempace)

Ta’âlîq Ibn Bâjja ‘alâ Kitâb al-‘Ibâra li’l-Fârâbî (Glosses d’Avempace sur le De Interpretatione d’al-Fârâbî), ed. and introduction by Ahmed Alami Hamedane, Abdelaziz Lamoule & Mohamed Kechikeche (Les Cahiers du Groupe de Recherches sur la Philosophie Islamique, VII). Fez : Centre d’Études « Ibn Rushd », 2014-15, 175 pp., ISBN 9789981829985.

Cabo-González, Ana María, « El Kitâb al-tayribatayn ‘alà adwiyat Ibn Wafid de Ibn Bayya y Sufyan al-Abdalusi. Arabic ed. and Spanish transl. of the letters jim, ha’ and kha’, » Anaquel de Estudios Árabes, 26 (2015) : 55-68.

Cherif Zahar, Farah, « L’éternité du mouvement chez Ibn Bâjja (Avempace) : de la définition générique à la défintion numérique.  Le commentaire aux chapitres 1 et 2 du livre VIII de la Physique, » Les Études Philosophiques, n.2 (2016) : 161-216 [al-Fârâbî, Philoponus, Averroes].

Jevolella, Massimo, « Nawâbit : i « germogli » della Città Eccellente in al-Fârâbî, Ibn Bajjah, e nella tradizione platonica che li inspirò, » Quaderni di Studi Indo-Mediterranei, 5 (2012): 95-124.

Kleven. Terrence J., “Ibn Bâjjah’s Commentaries on al-Fârâbî’s Letter and The Five Aphorisms,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 275-86 [the Letter is the Introductory Letter on Logic].

Köroglu, Burhan, “Ibn Bâjjah and Ibn Tufayl: Andalusian Philosophy,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 329-64 [in Turkish].

Puig Montada, Josef, “Ibn Bâjja,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2012): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ibn-bajja/.

Ibn Kammuna

Langermann, Tzvi, « Ibn Kammuna, » Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2013): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ibn-kammuna/.

Ibn Khaldûn

Alatas, Syed Farid, Ibn Khaldun (Makers of Islamic Civilization). Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013, xii-160 pp., ISBN 9780198090458.

van den Bent, Josephine, « « None of the Kings on Earth is Their Equal in ‘asabiyya » : The Mongols in Ibn Khaldûn’s Works, » al-Masâq, 28.2 (2016) : 171-86.

Urvoy, Dominique, « Ibn Khaldûn et la notion d’altération des textes bibliques, » in his Religions en rencontre (Studia Arabica 20) (Versailles : Éditions de Paris, 2013), pp. 239-62 [2002 original].

Ibn Masarra

de Callataÿ, Godefroid, “Philosophy and Bâtinism in al-Andalus: Ibn Masarra’a Risâlat al-I’tibâr and the Rasâ’il Ikhwân al-Safâ’,” Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam, 41 (2014): 261-312.

Fierro, Maribel, “Plants, Mary the Copt, Abraham, Donkeys and Knowledge: Again on Bâtinism During the Umayyad Caliphate in al-Andalus,” in Differenz und Dynamik, pp. 125-44.

Stroumsa, Sarah, “Ibn Masarra’s (d. 931) Third Book,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 83-100.

Ibn Qutayba

García-Bernalt, Clara Yáñez, “La política religiosa de al-Mutawakkil.  El papel de Ibn Qutayba en la afirmación al-sunnismo,” Miscelánea de Estudios Árabes y Hebraícos, Sección Árabe-Islam,” 65 (2016): 203-18.

Guellati, Amel, La notion d’adab chez Ibn Qutayba : étude générique et éclairage comparatiste (Bibliothèque de l’Ecole des Hautes Etudes-Sciences Religieuses 169). Turnhout : Brepols, 264 pp., ISBN 9782503566481.

Ibn al-Râwandî

Stroumsa, Sarah, Free Thinkers of Medieval Islam : Ibn al-Râwandî, Abû Bakr al-Râzî, and Their Impact on Islamic Thought (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 35) (Leiden : Brill, 2016), xii-264 pp., ISBN 9789004315471 [paperback reprint of the 1999 ed.].

Ibn al-Tayyib

Rashed, Marwan, “Les marginalia d’Aréthas, Ibn al-Tayyib et les dernières gloses alexandrines à l’Organon,” in his L’héritage aristotélicien, 2nd ed., pp. 819-39 [on the authenticity of the Categories, Illînûs; 2004 original].

Ibn Tufayl

Elamrani-Jamal, Abdelali, “Muhsin Mahdi et la méthode straussienne de lecture des textes médiévaux de l’Islam classique: Un exemple: le prologue du récit de Hayy Ibn Yaqzân d’Ibn Tyfayl,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 71-8.

Germann, Nadja, “Learning by Oneself: ‘Hayy ibn Yaqzân’, Autodidactism, and the Autonomy of Reason,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 613-38.

Köroglu, Burhan, “Ibn Bâjjah and Ibn Tufayl: Andalusian Philosophy,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 329-64 [in Turkish].

Kukkonen, Taneli, “Ibn Tufayl’s (d. 1185) Hayy ibn Yaqzan,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 233-54.

Marion, Éric, Lumières arabes et lumières modernes. Au miroir de l’utopie insulaire d’Ibn Tufayl. Expérience de soi et dissidence du philosophe autodidacte (Philosophie en cours).  Paris: Kimé, 2016, 353 pp., ISBN 9782841747382.

Mimouni, Chokri, “La philosophie entre survie et persécution dans Hayy Ibn Yaqdhan d’Ibn Tufayl et printemps arabe,” Synergies Monde arabe, 8 (2011): 33-41.

Quiggle, Doyle R. Jr., “Ibn Tufayl’s Hayy Ibn Yaqdan in New England: A Spanish-Islamic Tale in Cotton Mather’s Christian Philosopher, Arizona Quarterly, 64.2 (Summer 2008): 1-32.

Ibn Tumlûs

Ibn Tumlûs, A Treatise on Logic: Kitâb al-Jadal (Book of Dialectic) & Kitâb al-Amkina al-mughallita (Book of Sophistical Topics), ed. by Fouad Ben Ahmed. Tunis: Kalima, 2016, 132 Arabic pp. & 13 English pp., ISBN 9786140214125 or 9789938902778.

Ben Ahmed, Fouad, “Three Masters and One Disciple: Ibn Tumlûs’s Critical Incorporation of al-Fârâbî, al-Ghazâlî, and Ibn Rushd,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 537-56.

Ikhwân as-Safâ’

Ikhwân as-Safâ’, On Astronomia. An Arabic Critical Edition and English Translation of EPISTLE 3, ed. and transl. by F. Jamil Ragep & Taro Mimura, Foreword by Nader El-Bizri (Epistles of the Brethren of Purity). Oxford: Oxford University Press with the Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2015, xxv-162+164 pp., ISBN 9780198747376.

Ikhwân as-Safâ’, Sciences of the Soul and Intellect, Part I. An Arabic Critical Edition and English Translation of EPISTLES 32-36, ed. and transl. by Paul E. Walker, David Simonowitz, Ismail K. Poonawala & Godefroid de Callataÿ, Foreword by Nader El-Bizri (Epistles of the Brethren of Purity). Oxford: Oxford University Press with the Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2016, 434 pp., ISBN 9780198758280.

Baffioni, Carmela, “Ikhwân al-Safâ’s,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2016): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ikhwan-al-safa/.

-------, « Eléments platoniciens et néo-platoniciens de la représentation d’Adam dans la Jâmi’a al-Jâmi’a, » in Adorare caelestia, pp. 99-111.

de Callataÿ, Godefroid, « Who were the Readers of the Rasâ’il Ikhwân al-Safâ’ ?, » Micrologus, 24 (2016): 269-302.

Krinis, Ehud, « Cyclical Time in the Ismâ’îlî Circle of Ikhwân al-Safâ’ (Tenth Century) and in Early Jewish Kabbalist Circles (Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries), » Studia Islamica, 111.1 (2016) : 20-108.

Mattila, Janne, “The Philosophical Worship of the Ikhwân al-Safâ’,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 27.1 (2016): 17-38.

Repici, Luciana, “Botanica aristotelica e tradizione araba. Note in margine ad un libro recente,” Antiquorum Philosophia, 9 (2015): 103-109 [comments on Epistles of the Brethern of Purity On Natural Sciences, Epistles 15-21, ed. by Carmela Baffioni. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013].

Toktas, Fatih, “Ikhwân as-Safâ’: The Relationship between Philosophy, Religion and Politics,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 183-220 [in Turkish].

al-Isfizârî

Abattouy, Mohammed, “The Corpus of Mechanics of Al-Isfizârî: its Structure and Signification in the Context of Arabic Mechanics,” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 121-69.

al-Jâbir

Al-Allaf, Mashhad, “Jâbir on Inductive Reasoning and Metaphysics: A Chemist’s Perspective on Philosophy of Science and the Eternity of the World,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10 (2016): 3-18.

al-Jâhiz

Aarab, Ahmed & Lherminier, Philippe, Le livre des animaux d’Al-Jâhiz (Acteurs de la Science).  Paris: L’Harmattan, 2015, 161 pp., ISBN 9782343070377.

Colombo, Valentina, “’Les chrétiens sont romanisés’. Lecture de la pensée mu’tazilite à travers l’apologétique contre le Christianisme,” in Les Chrétiens d’Orient, pp. 59-77.

Natij, Salah, “La conception jâhizienne de l’adab d’après son épître Sinâ’ât al-quwwâd,” Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, 16 (2016): 163-79.

Zakeri, Mohsen, „Yet Another Pseudo-al-Jâhiz? Kitâb al-Hijâb and its Probable Author Ibn al-Marzbân (d. 309/921),“ Journal of Abbasid Studies, 3.1 (2016): 1-28.

Jilwa, Mîrzâ Abû al-Hasan

Rizazada, Hasan, „Life, Works and Views of Mîrzâ Abû al-Hasan Jilwa,“ al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 63-68 [in Russian].asan JilwaH

 

al-Kâtibî

Street, Tony, „Kâtibî (d. 1277), Tahtânî (d. 1365) and the Shamsiyya,“ in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 348-74.

-------, “Al-‘Allâma al-Hillî (d. 1325) and the Early Reception of Kâtibî’s Shamsîya: Notes towards a Study of the Dynamics of Post Avicennan Logical Commentary,” Oriens, 44.3-4 (2016): 267-300.

al-Khayrâbâdî

Ahmed, Asad Q. & McGinnis. Jon, „Fadl-i Haqq Khayrâbâdî (d. 1861), al-Hadiyya al-sa’îdiyya,“ in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 535-59.

al-Kindî

Adamson, Peter, “Al-Kindî,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2015): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/al-kindi/.

Gannagé, Emma, « The Rise of Falsafa : Al-Kindî (d. 873), On First Philosophy, in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 30-62.

-------, « Al-Kindî, Ptolemy (and Nicomachus of Gerasa) Revisited, » Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016) : 83-112.

-------, « Al-Kindî on the haqîqa – majâz Dichotomy, » Chora, 13 (2015) : 173-90.

Karnes, Michelle, “Marvels in the Medieval Imagination,” Speculum, 90.2 (2015): 327-65 [Avicenna & al-Kindî].

Kaya, Mahmut, “Al-Kindî: Encounter of the Islamic World with Philosophy,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 91-118 [in Turkish].

Mandosio, Jean-Marc, “The Use of al-Kindî’s Treatise On Rays in Peter of Zeland’s Elucidation of Marvelous Things (End of the 15th Cantury),” Micrologus, 24 (2016): 425-56.

Olsson, J.T., “Hudûd in al-Kindî and Ibn Rabban al-Tabarî,” Jerusalem Studies in Arabic & Islam, 41 (2014): 245-60 [some definitions in al-Kindî’s Lisbon Mss (see Klein-Frankel’s 1992 ed.) come from Ibn Sahl Rabban al-Tabarî’s Firdaws al-hikma].

Rashed, Roshdi, “Al-Kindî’s Commentary on Archimedes’ ‘The Measurement of the Circle’,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 349-90 [1994 original].

Rossetti, Chip, “Al-Kindî on the Kindle: The Library of Arabic Literature and the Challenges of Publishing Bilingual Arabic-English Books,” in The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies, ed. by Elias Muhanna (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016), pp. 93-102 [this article has nothing whatsoever to do with al-Kindî].

Liber de causis

Baneu, Alexandra & Calma, Dragos, “The Glose super librum de causis and the Exegetical Tradition,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I, pp. 137-52 [includes ed.].

-------, “Le commentaire sur le Liber de causis de Jean de Mallinges,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I, pp. 153-286 [includes ed.].

Baumgarten, Alexander, “Theologia philosophorum parcialis. Un commentaire sur le Liber de causis,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. II, pp. 271-336 [includes ed.].

Calma, Dragos, “The Exegetical Tradition of Medieval Platonism. Considerations on a Recently Discovered Corpus of Texts,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I, pp. 11-52.

-------, “A Medieval Companion to Aristotle: John Krosbein’s Paraphrase on Liber de causis,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. II, pp. 11-97 [includes ed.].

Calma, Dragos & Székely, Iulia, “Cause and Causality in Henry of Geismar’s Questio de quolibet,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. II, pp. 181-223 [includes ed.].

Carron, Delphine, “ATheological Reading of the Liber de causis at the Turn of the Fourteenth Century: The Example of William of Leus,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I, pp. 467-549 [includes ed.].

Costa, Iacopo & Borgo, Marta, “The Questions of Radulphus Brito (?) on the Liber de causis,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I, pp. 287-357 [includes ed.].

Maga, Mihai, “Remarques sur le commentaire au Liber de causis attribué à Pierre d’Auvergne,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I, pp. 53-135 [includes ed.].

Meliadò, Mario, “Le Questiones super Librum de causis attribuite a Johannes Wenck. Concezione, fonti e tradizione manoscritta del commento,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. II, pp. 225-70 [includes ed.].

Miolo, Laure, “Liber de causis in libraria. Pour une mise en perspective du Liber de causis dans la bibliothèque du collège de Sorbonne,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. II, pp. 337-400.

Székely, Iulia & Calma, Dragos, “Le commentaire d’un maître parisien conservé à Erfurt,” in Neoplatonism in the Middle Ages, vol. I, pp. 359-465 [includes ed.].

Mahmûd

Khalidi, Muhammad Ali, “Zaki Najîb Mahmûd (d. 1993), Nahwa Falsafa “Ilmiyya (Toward a Scientific Philosophy),” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 676-94.

al-Mallawî

El-Rouayheb, Khaled, “Ahmad al-Mallawî (d. 1767): Commentary on the Versification of the Immediate Implications of Hypothetical Propositions,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 509-34.

al-Mas’ûdî, Sharaf al-Dîn

Ahmed, Asad Q., “The Reception of Avicenna’s Theory of Motion in the Twelfth Century,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 215-43.

al-Mâwardî

Maróth, Miklós, “Delight of Knowledge in al-Mâwardî’s View,” Quaestio, 15 (2015): 235-44.

al-Mâwardî, Pseudo

Marlow, Louise, “Abû Zayd al-Balkhî and the Nasîhat al-mulûk of Pseudo-Mâwardî,” Der Islam, 93.1 (2016): 35-64 [also Abû al-Qâsim al-Ka’bî & al-Kindî].

Mîr Dâmâd

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “Mîr Dâmâd’s (d. 1631) al-Qabasât: The Problem of the Eternity of the Cosmos,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 438-64.

Miskawayh

Bettini, Lidia, “La lexicographie arabe entre ‘adab et falsafa: Les questions lexicales du Kitâb al-hawâmil wa-l-shawâmil,” in Approaches to the History and Dialectology of Arabic, in Honour of Pierre Larcher, ed. by Manuel Sartori, Manuela E.B. Giolfo and Philippe Cassuto (Leiden: Brill, 2016), pp. 371-89.

Senel, Cahid, “Ibn Miskawayh: Neoplatonic Metaphysics and Ethics,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 221-50 [in Turkish].

Mullâ Sadrâ al-Shîrâzî

Bonmariage, Cécile, “Sadr al-Dîn al-Shîrâzî’s (d. 1635) Divine Witnesses, in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 465-87.

Eshots, Yanis, “Mullâ ‘Alî Nûrî as an Exponent of Mullâ Sadrâ’s Teachings,” al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 44-53.

Jambet, Christian, Le gouvernement divin. Islam et conception politique du monde. Théologie de Mullâ Sadrâ. Paris: CNRS, 2016, 470 pp., ISBN 9782271069962.

-------, “L’intelligence mystique dans la philosophie de Mullâ Sadrâ,” in Mystique et philosophie, pp. 239-51.

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “Approaching Islamic Philosophical Texts: Reading Mullâ Sadrâ Shîrâzî (d. 1635) with Pierre Hadot,” in Philosophy as a Way of Life: Ancients and Moderns, Essays in Honor of Pierre Hadot, ed. by Michael Chase, Stephen R.L. Clark & Michael McGhee. Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell, 2013, 132-47.

Zandi, Davoud, “Cognition between Cause and Effect from the Perspective of Avicenna and Mullasadra,” Journal of Islamic Studies and Culture [Malaysia], 3.2 (2015): 143-46.

Mutahharî, Murtadâ

Khosrowpanah, Abd al-Hosein, “Islam and the Demands of the Time according to Ostâd Murtadâ Mutahharî,” al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 11-19 [in Russian].

Na’îmâ, Mustafâ

“On the Science of History and the Nature of State and Society” An Annotated Russian Translation of Fragments from Ta’rîkh-i Na’îma by Ilshat Nasirov, al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 217-36.

Nasîr –i Khusraw

Between Reason and Revelation: Twin Wisdoms Reconciled: An annotated English transl. of Nâsr-i-Khusraw’s Kitâb-i Jâmi’ al-hikmatayn, transl. from the Persian by Eric Ormsby. London/New York: Tauris with The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2012, xii-292 pp., ISBN 9781780761329.

Expressions of Islam: Nâsir-i Khusraw’s Interpretation of Fatimid Doctrines, ed. & transl. by Faquir M. Hunzai. London/New York: I.B. Tauris with the Ismaili Institute, 2012, 120 pp., ISBN 9781780761282.

Aminrazavi, Mehdi, “Nâsir-i-Khusraw’s Poetics of the Moral Journey and the Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals,” in Pearls of Persia, pp. 91-101.

Andani, Khalil, “Reconciling religion and Philosophy: Nasîr i-Khusraw (d. 1088) Jâmi’ al-hikmatayn,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 169-90.

Azadpur, Mohammad, “Nâsir-i-Khusraw, Imagination, Prophecy and the Poetics of Enlightenment,” in Pearls of Persia, pp. 73-89.

Esmaeili, M.J., “Ontological and Religious Aspects of the Intellect in Nâsir-i-Khusraw’s Poetry,” in Pearls of Persia, pp.2938.

Hunsberger, Alice C., “Nâsir-i-Khusraw and Philosophical Poetry,” in Pearls of Persia, pp. xi-xxix.

-------, “’On the Steed of Speech’: A Philosophical Poem by Nâsir-i-Khusraw,” in Pearls of Persia, pp. 147-89.

Hunzai, Faquir Muhammad, “The Position of ‘Aql in the Prose and Poetry of Nâsir-i-Khusraw,” in Pearls of Persia, pp. 3-27.

Lewisohn, Leonard, “Nâsir-i-Khusraw’s Ode to the Universal Soul and Intellect,” in Pearls of Persia, pp. 53-70.

Pearls of Persia: The Philosophical Poetry of Nâsir-I Khusraw, ed. by Alice C. Hunsberger.

Nûrî, ‘Alî

Eshots, Yanis, “Mullâ ‘Alî Nûrî as an Exponent of Mullâ Sadrâ’s Teachings,” al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 44-53.

Qumshâ’î, Muhammad Ridâ

Ârâsta, Amîr Javân, “Muhammad Ridâ Qumshâ’î’s Works and Views,” al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 20-31.

Qûnawî, Sadr al-Dîn

Demirli, Ekrem, “Ibn al-‘Arabî and Sadr al-Dîn al-Qûnawî: The Time of Interaction between Science, Mysticism, and Philosophy,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 503-39 [in Turkish].

al-Râzî, Abû Bakr

Adamson, Peter, “Abû Bakr al-Râzî (d. 925), The Spiritual Medicine, in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 63-82.

Karaman, Hüseyin, “Abû Bakr al-Râzî: Philosopher under the Shadow of Heresy,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 119-43 [in Turkish].

McVaugh, Michael Rogers, « Why Rhazes ?, » Micrologus, 26 (2016) : 43-71 [why in 1309 the medical faculty at Monpellier gives priority to al-Râzî over Avicenna].

Mhire, Jeremy J., « The Forgotten Comedy of the Socratic Turn : Assessing the Role of al-Razi’s The Philosophical Way of Life in Leo Strauss’s Socrates and Aristophanes, » Political Research Quarterly, 66.4 (2013): 732-44.

Stroumsa, Sarah, Free Thinkers of Medieval Islam : Ibn al-Râwandî, Abû Bakr al-Râzî, and Their Impact on Islamic Thought (Islamic Philosophy, Theology and Science 35) (Leiden : Brill, 2016), xii-264 pp., ISBN 9789004315471 [paperback reprint of the 1999 ed.].

Vallat, Philippe, “La chute de l’homme, fondement de l’anthropologique, du religieux et du politique. Les enseignements “rhaziens” d’une comparaison entre théologies islamique (sunnite) et chrétienne (arabe et latine),” in L’ordre social et les religions, pp. 197-273.

al-Sabzawârî

Fana, Fatemeh, “Haji Mullâ Hâdî Sabzawârî (d. 1878), Ghurar al-farâ’id,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 560-85.

Hoseinabadi, Hasan Abasi, „Was Hâjj Mullâ Hâdî Sabzavârî a Neo-Sadrian?,“ al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 54-62.

Kamal, Muhammad, “Existence and Non-existence in Sabzawari’s Ontology,” Sophia, 51.3 (2012): 395-406.

Rizvi, Sajjad H., “Hikma muta’aliya in Qajar Iran: Locating the Life and Work of Mulla Hadi Sabzawari (d. 1289/1873),” Iranian Studies, 44.4 (July 2011): 473-91.

al-Sadr

Agha, Saleh J., “Muhammads Bâqir al-Sadr (d. 1979) on the Logical Foundations of Induction,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 629-53.

Sa’îd ibn Dâdhurmuz

Kaya, Veysel, „Sa’îd ibn Dâdhurmuz’s Epistle on Soul and Spirit,“ Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016): 113-20.

al-Sakkâkî

Giolfo, Manuela E.B. & Hodges, Wilfrid, „The System of the Sciences of Language by Sakkâkî: Logic as Complement of Rhetoric,“ in Approaches to the History and Dialectology of Arabic, in Honour of Pierre Larcher, ed. by Manuel Sartori, Manuela E.B. Giolfo and Philippe Cassuto (Leiden: Brill, 2016), pp. 242-66.

al-Suhrawardî

Cihan, A. Kamil, “Suhrawardî and the Ishrâq,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 397-427 [in Turkish].

Marcotte, Roxanne, “Suhrawardi,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2012): http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/suhrawardi/.

Movahed, Zia, Reflections on the Logic of Ibn-Sînâ and Suhrawardî. Theran: Hermes, 2016.

Sinai, Nicolai, « Al-Suhrawardî’s Philosophy of Illumination and al-Ghazâlî, » Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 98.3 (2016) : 272-301.

Walbridge, John, « Suhrawardî’s (d. 1191) Intimations of the Tablet and the Throne :  The Relationship of Illuminationism and the Peripatetic Philosophy, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 255-77.

al-Suyûtî

Ghersetti, Antonella, « Poésie et grammaire selon Ghalâl al-Dîn al-Suyûtî, » Quaderni di Studi Arabi, 8 (2013): 147-66.

al-Tabarî, Ibn Rabban

Olsson, J.T., “Hudûd in al-Kindî and Ibn Rabban al-Tabarî,” Jerusalem Studies in Arabic & Islam, 41 (2014): 245-60 [some definitions in al-Kindî’s Lisbon Mss (see Klein-Frankel’s 1992 ed.) come from Ibn Sahl Rabban al-Tabarî’s Firdaws al-hikma].

al-Tabâtabâ’î

The Principles of Philosophy (Bidâyat al-hikma), ch. 1 & 2, transl. in Russian by Yanis Eshots, al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 69-100.

Rizvi, Sajjad H. & Bdaiwi, Ahab, “’Allâma Tabâtabâ’î (d. 1981), Nihâyat al-hikma,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 654-75.

al-Taftâzânî

Sanson, David & Alwishah, Ahmed, „Al-Taftâzânî on the Liar Paradox: Truth, Goodness and Liar Cycles,“ Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy, 4 (2016): 100-24.

al-Tahtânî

Street, Tony, „Kâtibî (d. 1277), Tahtânî (d. 1365) and the Shamsiyya,“ in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 348-74.

al-Tawhîdî

Bettini, Lidia, “La lexicographie arabe entre ‘adab et falsafa: Les questions lexicales du Kitâb al-hawâmil wa-l-shawâmil,” in Approaches to the History and Dialectology of Arabic, in Honour of Pierre Larcher, ed. by Manuel Sartori, Manuela E.B. Giolfo and Philippe Cassuto (Leiden: Brill, 2016), pp. 371-89.

Cheikh-Moussa, Abdallah, “Abû Hayyân al-Tawhîdî, l’arabe et le Bédouin,” in Books and Written Culture, pp. 70-85.

Kenanah, Faisal, “Révoltes d’hier et d’aujourd’hui: Situations politique et sociale dans le Kitâb al-Imtâ’ wa-l-mu’ânassa d’Abû Hayyân al-Tawhîdî,” Synergies Monde arabe, 8 (2011): 89-106.

-------, “Révolutions arabes - Place des intellectuels auprès du pouvoir. Le cas du Kitâb al-Imta’ wa-l-mu’ânassa d’Abû Hayyân al-Tawhidî,” Synergies Monde arabe, 8 (2011): 107-20.

Theology of Aristotle

 

Adamson, Peter, “Theology of Aristotle,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, rev. (2012): http://plato.stanford.edu/theology-aristotle/.

D’Ancona, Cristina, « The Theology Attributed to Aristotle : Sources, Structure, Influence, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 8-29.

-------, « Paul Kraus. Cahiers (c. Jenny Strauss Clay) transcrits et annotés, Théologie d’Aristote, 35, » Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016) : 211-62.

al-Tûsî Nasîr al-Dîn

McGinnis, Jon, „Nasîr al-Dîn al-Tûsî (d. 1274), Sharh al-Ishârât,“ in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 326-47.

Pourjavady, Reza, “Jalâl al-Dîn al-Dawânî (d. 908/1502), Glosses on ‘Alâ’ al-Dîn al-Qûshjî’s Commentary on Nasîr al-Dîn al-Tûsî’s Tajrîd al-‘itiqâd,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 415-37 [also on al-Dashtakî].

Sirinov, Agil, „Nasîr al-Dîn al-Tûsî: On Holistic Perspectives,“ in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 465-502 [in Turkish].

‘Umar ibn al-Farrukhân al-Tabarî

Burnett, Charles, “De meliore homine. ‘Umar ibn al-Farrukhân al-Tabarî on Interrogations: A Fourth Translation by Salio of Padua?,” in Adorare caelestia, pp. 295-314.

Zunûzî, Mudarris

Kiashemshaki, Abulfadhl, “A Critical Analysis of Mudarris Zunûzî’s Views on Corporeal Resurrection,” al-Ishrâq, 7 (2016): 32-43.

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.

[Crone], Bonner, Michael, “The Legacy and Influence of Patricia Crone (1945-2015),” Der Islam, 93.2 (2016): 349-70.

[Kraus], D’Ancona, Cristina, « Paul Kraus. Cahiers (c. Jenny Strauss Clay) transcrits et annotés, Théologie d’Aristote, 35, » Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016) : 211-62.

[Mahdi], Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History: Proceedings of the Colloquium dedicated to Muhsin Mahdi, ed. by Mokdad Arfa-Mensia. Tunis: Dâr al-tanwîr, 2015, 232 pp., ISBN 9789938886696 [one part in Arabic & one part in English or French].

[Mahdi], Arfa-Mensia, Mokdad, “Muhsin Mahdi: A Part of the Scholarly Life,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 20-22 [in Arabic].

[Mahdi], Elamrani-Jamal, Abdelali, “Muhsin Mahdi et la méthode straussienne de lecture des textes médiévaux de l’Islam classique: Un exemple: le prologue du récit de Hayy Ibn Yaqzân d’Ibn Tyfayl,” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 71-8.

[Mahdi], Mosbah, Salah, “Muhsin Sayyid Mahdi, Bibliography (1947-2009),” in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 7-26.

[Strauss], Parens, Joshua, Leo Strauss and the Recovery of Medieval Political Philosophy (Rochester Studies in Medieval Political Thought). Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2016, xvi-191 pp., ISBN 9781580465533 [includes in appendix “A Critique of Pines’s “Limitations” Article,” pp, 137-47].

Section II. Kalâm

General Studies

Abrahamov, Binyamin, “Scripturalist and Traditionalist Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 263-79.

Adamson, Peter, “Philosophical Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 297-312 [al-Kindî, al-Fârâbî & Avicenna].

Ahmed, Asad Q. & Pourjavady, Reza, “Theology in the Indian Subcontinent,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 606-24.

Aillet, Cyrille, « L’ibadisme maghrébin en contexte fatimide (début Xe-milieu XIe siècle), » Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée, n.139 (June 2016) : 127-46.

Akasoy, Anna, “Paganism and Islam: Medieval Arabic Literature on Religions in West Africa,” in Paganism in the Middle Ages: Threat and Fascination, ed. by Carlos Steel, John Marenbon & Werner Verbeke (Mediaevalia Lovaniensia, series 1/studia 43) (Louvain: Leuven University Press, 2012), pp. 207-38.

Amir-Moezzi, Mohammad, “Early Shî’î Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 81-90.

-------, “Le shi’isme entre sagesse mystique et pouvoir politique,” in L’ordre social et les religions, pp. 113-38.

-------, “Icône et contemplation. Entre l’art populaire et le soufisme dans le shi’isme imamite (Aspects de l’imamologie duodécimaine XI), in Differenz und Dynamik, pp. 473-90.

Ansari, Hasan, “The Shî’î Reception of Mu’tazilism (I): Zaydîs,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 181-95.

-------, “Sunnism in Rayy during the Seljûq Period: Sources and Observations,” Der Islam, 93.2 (2016): 460-71.

Ansari, Hasan & Schmidtke, Sabine, “The Shî’î Reception of Mu’tazilism (II): Twelver Shî’îs,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 196-214.

Ansari, Hasan, Schmidtke, Sabine & Thiele, Jan, “Zaydî Theology in Yemen,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 473-93.

Aslan, Ibrahim, “On the Interaction of Mu’tazilite and Hanafi Discourses,” Islâmî Arastirmalar, 27,1 (2016): 78-89 [in Turkish].

Azzam, Abdel Rahman, “Sources of the Sunni Revival: Nizam u-Mulk & the Nizamiyya: An 11th Century Repsonse to Sectarianism,” The Muslim World, 106.1 (2016): 97-108.

Bennett, David, “The Mu’tazilite Movement (II): The Early Mu’tazilites,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 142-58.

Berger, Lutz, “Interpretations of Ash’arism and Mâturîdism in Mamluk and Ottoman Times,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 693-703.

Biesterfeldt, Hinrich, « ‘Eternalists’ and ‘Materialists’ in Islam : A Note on the Dahriyya, » in Eternity : A History, pp. 117-23.

Bin Ramli, Harith, “The Predecessors of Ash’arism: Ibn Kullâb, al-Muhâsibî and al-Qalânisî,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 215-24.

Bobier, Christopher, “God, Time and the Kalâm Cosmological Argument,” Sophia, 52.4 (2015): 593-600.

Bruns, Peter, “Le moine et les musulmans. Le dialogue d’Abraham de Tibériade avec ‘Abd al-Rahmân (vers 820?),” in Les Chrétiens d’Orient, pp. 79-96.

Colombo, Valentina, “’Les chrétiens sont romanisés’. Lecture de la pensée mu’tazilite à travers l’apologétique contre le Christianisme,” in Les Chrétiens d’Orient, pp. 59-77 [al-Jahîz].

Crone, Patricia, “Excursus II: Ungodly Cosmologies,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 103-21.

Daftary, Farhad, “The Concept of Hujja in Ismaili Thought,” in Differenz und Dynamik, pp. 55-65.

Demichelis, Marco, “Fanâ’ al-Nâr Within Early Kalâm and Mysticism: An Analysis Covering the Eighth and Ninth Centuries,” Archiv Orientální, 83.3 (2015): 385-410 [Mu’tazila].

Demirli, Ekrem, “The Problem of Periodization in Sufi Studies: The Struggle of Sufism to Become a Discipline Between the Religious Sciences and Metaphysics,” Nazariyat, 2.n.4 (2016): 1-32.

De Smet, Daniel, « Ismâ’îlî Theology, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 313-24.

-------, “From Khalaf (beginning of the 4th/10th century?) to Hasan al-Sabbâh (d. 518 H/1124 CE): Ismailism in Rayy before and under the Seljûqs,” Der Islam, 93.2 (2016): 433-59.

-------, « Le mystère des mystères est inaccessible à l’engagement du cœur et à la perception de l’intellect. Néoplatonisme et (anti)mysticisme dans la pensée ismaélienne, » in Mystique et philosophie, pp. 67-87.

-------, « La fonction noétique de la triade al-Jadd, al-Fath et al-Khayâl. Les fondements de la connaissance prophétique dans l’ismaélisme, » in Differenz und Dynamik, pp. 319-36.

Diem, Werner, « Arabische Grammatik und islamische Theologie oder « Wie gewaltig ist doch Gott », » Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 164.4 (2014): 609-52.

Djedi, Youcef, « Les œuvres et la foi : une querelle poétique autour de la prédestination dans le Maroc du XIXe siècle, » Revue de l’histoire des religions, 233.1 (2016) : 49-69.

Druart, Thérèse-Anne, « Islam y cristianismo : Un lenguaje humano y divino o múltiples lenguajes humanos, » Istor, 17, n.66 (2016) : 139-58 [2012 English original].

Eichner, Heidrun, « Handbooks in the Tradition of Later Eastern Ash’arism, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 494-514.

El-Bizri, Nader, « Philosophising at the Margins of ‘Shi’i Studies’ : Reflections on Ibn Sînâ’s Ontology, » in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 585-97.

El-Rouayheb, Khaled, « Theology and Logic, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 408-31.

Emon, Anver M., Islamic Natural Law Theories. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010, xiv-222 pp., ISBN 9780199579006 [al-Jassâs, Abû al-Husayn al-Basrî, al-Ghazâlî, Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî, al-Qarâfî, al-Tûfî, al-Shâtibî].

Erasmus, Jacobus, « The Kalâm Cosmological Argument and the Infinite God Objection, » Sophia, 54.4 (2015): 411-27.

Fadel, Mohammad, « Nature, Revelation and the State in Pre-Modern Sunni Theological, Legal and Political Thought, » The Muslim World, 106.2 (2016): 271-90.

Fierro, Maribel, « The Religious Policy of the Almohads, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 679-92.

-------, “Plants, Mary the Copt, Abraham, Donkeys and Knowledge: Again on Bâtinism During the Umayyad Caliphate in al-Andalus,” in Differenz und Dynamik, pp. 125-44.

Gleave, Robert, « Muslim Jurisprudence, » in The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy, pp. 447-58.

Griffel, Frank, “Theology Engages With Avicennan Philosophy: al-Ghazâlî’s Tahâfut al-falâsifa and Ibn al-Malâhimî’s Tuhfat al-mutakallimîn fî l-radd ‘alâ l-falâsifa,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 435-55.

Griffith, Sidney H., « Excursus I : Christian Theological Thought during the First ‘Abbâsid Century, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 91-102.

-------, “?En qué momento la Biblia se tradujo al árabe?,” Istor, 17, n.66 (2016): 29-47.

Hansu, Hüseyin, “Debates on the Authority of Hadith in Early Islamic Intellectual History: Identifying al-Shâfi’î’s Opponents in Jimâ’ al’ilm,” Journal of the American Oriental Society, 136.3 (2016): 515-33.

Hollenberg, David, “The Empire Writes Back: Fatimid Ismaili Ta’wîl (Allegoresis) and the Mysteries of the Ancient Greek,” in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 135-47.

Holtzman, Livnat, “The Mihna of Ibn ‘Aqîl (d. 513/1119) and the Fitnat Ibn al-Qushayrî (d. 514/1120),” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 660-78.

Hoover, Jon, “Hanbalî Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 625-46.

Hurvitz, Nimrod, « al-Ma’mûn (r. 198/813-218/833) and the Mihna, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 649-59.

Judd, Steven C., « The Early Qadariyya, » The Oxford Hanbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 44-54.

Khalil, Atif, « The Embodiment of Gratitude (Shukr) in Sufi Ethics, » Studia Islamica, 111.2 (2016) : 159-78.

Koca, Ozgur, “Causality as a ‘Veil’: The Ash’arites, Ibn ‘Arabî (1165-1240) and Said Nursî (1877-1960),” Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 27.4 (2016): 455-70.

Kukkonen, Taneli, “Sources of the Self in the Arabic Tradition: Remarks on the Avicennan Turn,” in Subjectivity and Selfhood, pp. 37-60 [also mutakllimûn].

Madelung, Wilferd, “Early Ibâdî Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 242-51.

-------, “Early Imâmî Theology as Reflected in the Kitâb al-kâfî of al-Kulaynî,” in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 465-74.

Maróth, Miklós, « Cultural Identity of Christians in Early Islamic Times, » in Les Chrétiens d’Orient, pp. 115-36 [‘Ammâr al-Basrî].

Mottaqi, Hossein, « MS Qom, Kitâbhâna Âyatullâh Mar’âshî 286. An 11th/17th Century Iranian Anthology of Philosophical and Theological Works in Arabic and Persian, » Studia Graeco-arabica, 6 (2016) : 141-86 [Ibn Sînâ, al-Kindî, al-Fârâbî, al-Suhrawardî, plus some Greek sources].

Mourad, Suleiman A., « Towards a Reconstruction of the Mu’tazilî Tradition of Qur’anic Exegesis : Reading the Introduction to the Tahdhîb of al-Hâkim al-Jishumî (d. 494/1101) and Its Application, » in Aims, Methods and Contexts, pp. 101-37 [with Arabic text].

-------, « Why Do We Need Tafsîr ? The Mu’tazila Perspective, » Mélanges de l’Université Saint-Joseph, 66 (2015-2016): 121-33.

Nawas, John A., “The Appellation Sâhib Sunna in Classical Islam: How Sunnism Came To Be,” Islamic Law and Society, 23.1-2 (2016): 1-22.

Nguyen, Martin, « Sufi Theological Thought, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 325-43.

el-Omari, Racha, « The Mu’tazilite Movement (I) : The Origin of the Mu’tazila. » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 130-41.

Ormsby, Eric, “Islamic Theology,” in The Oxford Handbook of World Philosophy, pp. 432-46.

The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology

Özervarli, M. Sait, « Theology in the Ottoman Lands, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 567-86.

Pink, Johanna, « Striving for a New Exegesis of the Qur’ân, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 765-92.

Pourjavady, Reza & Schmidtke, Sabine, « Twelver Shî’î Theology, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 456-72.

Qadhi, Yasir, « Salafî-Ash’arî Polemics of the 3rd & 4th Islamic Centuries, » The Muslim World, 106.3 (2016): 433-47.

Redissi, Hamadi, « Les majlis chrétiens,» Les Chrétiens d’Orient, pp. 39-58 [Timothy I & the Caliph al-Mahdî; Abraham of Tiberias & the Emir ‘Abd al-Rahman; Theodore Abû Qurra & the Caliph al-Ma’mûn; Elias of Nisibe’s Kitâb al-majlis; & George al-Sim’ânî & Ulemas in Alep].

Rudolph, Ulrich, « Hanafî Theological Tradition and Mâturîdism, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 280-96.

-------, “Occasionalism,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 347-63.

Sabra, A.I., « Science and Philosophy in Medieval Islamic Theology : The Evidence of the Fourteenth Century, » in Political Philosophy and Philosophy of History, pp. 349-90 [1994 original].

Schmidtke, Sabine, “The Mu’tazilite Movement (III): The Scholastic Phase,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 159-80.

-------, “Percepción y recepción de la Biblia entre los musulmanes,” Istor, 17, n.66 (2016): 7-28.

Schöck, Cornelia, “Jahm b. Safwân (d. 128/745-6) and the ‘Jahmiyya’ and Dirâr b. ‘Amr (d. 200-815),” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 55-80.

Schwarb, Gregor, « Excursus III : The Coptic and Syriac Receptions of Neo-Ash’arite Theology, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 547-566.

Serrano Ruano, Delfina, “Later Ash’arism in the Islamic West,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 515-33.

Shihadeh, Ayman, “Theories of Ethical Value in Kalâm: A New Interpretation,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 384-407.

Spannaus, Nathan, “Theology in Central Asia,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 587-605.

Spevack, Aaron, “Egypt and the Later Ash’arite School,” in The Oxford Handbook of Theology, pp. 534-46.

Straface, Antonella, « Itinerari gnoseologici nella tradizione qarmata-isma’îlita, » in Adorare caelestia, pp. 59-70.

Tayyara, Abed el-Rahman, « Muslim-Paulician Encounters and Early Islamic Anti-Christian Polemical Writings, » Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 27.4 (2016): 471-89 [Paulician refers to Paul of Samosata].

Teule, Herman, « The Theme of Language in Christian-Muslim Discussions in the ‘Abbâsid Period : Some Christian Views, » in The Character of Christian-Muslim Encounter: Essays in Honor of David Thomas (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations 25) (Leiden: Brill, 2015), pp. 85-94.

Thaver, Tehseen, “Encountering Ambiguity: Mu’tazilî and Twelver Shî’î Approaches to the Qur’an’s Ambiguous Verses,” Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 18.3 (2016): 91-115.

Thiele, Jan, “Between Cordoba and Nîsâbûr: The Emergence and Consolidation of Ash’arism (Fourth-Fifth/Tenth-Eleventh Century),” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 225-41.

-------, “Abû Hâshim al-Jubbâ’î’s (d.321/933) Theory of ‘States’ (ahwâl) and its Adaption (sic) by Ash’arite Theologians,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 364-83.

Tor, D.G., “Rayy and the Religious History of the Seljûq Period,” Der Islam, 93.2 (2016): 374-402.

Treiger, Alexander, “Origins of Kalâm,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 27-43.

Urvoy, Dominique, « Remarques à propos d’islam et laïcité, » in L’ordre social et les religions, pp. 101-12 [focused on Medieval mutakallimûn].

-------, « Sur l’évolution de la notion de jihâd dans l’Espagne islamique, » in his Religions en rencontre (Studia Arabica 20) (Versailles : Éditions de Paris, 2013), pp. 121-75 [1975 original].

Urvoy, Marie-Thérèse, « Du salut des chrétiens selon la théologie islamique, » in Les Chrétiens d’Orient, pp. 25-37.

Vallat, Philippe, “La chute de l’homme, fondement de l’anthropologique, du religieux et du politique. Les enseignements “rhaziens” d’une comparaison entre théologies islamique (sunnite) et chrétienne (arabe et latine),” in L’ordre social et les religions, pp. 197-273.

Wagner, Ewald, « Der Tahâfut al-falâsifa eines frommen Pilgers. Die Religion in Ibn Ghubairs Dichtung, » Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, 165.1 (2015) : 93-124 [lampoons against philosophers and philosophy, mainly Averroes & Ghazâlî].

Wielandt, Rotraud, « Main Trends of Islamic Theological Thought from the Late Nineteenth Century to Present Times, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 707-64.

Yazicioglu, Isra, Understanding the Qur’anic Miracle Stories in the Modern Age (Signifying [on] Scriptures). University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2013, x-222 pp., ISBN 9780271081566.

Zysow, Aaron, « Karrâmiyya, » in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 252-62.

-------, “The Zaydis and Rayy: The Path to Inclusion and Back,” Der Islam, 93.2 (2016): 472-94.

‘Abd al-Haqq al-Islâmî

Mazuz, Haggai, “Additionasl Contributions of ‘Abd al-Haqq to the Muslim-Jewish Polemic,” Al-Qantara, 37.1 (2016): 111-28.

Abû Hâshim

Thiele, Jan, “Conceptions of Self-Determination in Fourth/Tenth-Century Muslim Theology: al-Bâqillânî’s Theory of Human Acts in its Historical Context,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 245-69 [also deals with Mu’tazilites & al-Ash’arî].

-------, “Abû Hâshim al-Jubbâ’î’s (d.321/933) Theory of ‘States’ (ahwâl) and its Adaption (sic) by Ash’arite Theologians,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 364-83.

al-Bâqillânî

Muhtaroglu, Nazif, “Al-Bâqillânî’s Cosmological Argument from Agency,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 271-89.

Nagel, Tilman, “(Ibn) al-Bâquillânîs Kitâb al-intisâr li-l-qur’ân,” in Differenz und Dynamik, pp. 359-70.

Thiele, Jan, “Conceptions of Self-Determination in Fourth/Tenth-Century Muslim Theology: al-Bâqillânî’s Theory of Human Acts in its Historical Context,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 245-69.

al-Dawânî

Pourjavady, Reza, “Jalâl al-Dîn al-Dawânî (d. 908/1502), Glosses on ‘Alâ’ al-Dîn al-Qûshjî’s Commentary on Nasîr al-Dîn al-Tûsî’s Tajrîd al-‘itiqâd,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 415-37 [also on al-Dashtakî].

Dirâr ibn ‘Amr

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al-Farrâ’

Larcher, Pierre, « Les Ma’ânî al-Qur’ân d’al-Farrâ’ ou la théologie tempérée par la philologie, » in Books and Written Culture, pp. 39-55.

al-Ghazâlî, Abû Hamîd

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-------, Kitâb al-‘ilm. The Book of Knowledge, Book 1 of the Ihyâ’ ‘ulûm al-dîn, The Revival of the Religious Sciences, transl. from the Arabic with intro. and notes by Kenneth Honerkamp, foreword by Hamza Yusuf Hanson. Louisville, KY: Fons Vitae, 2015, xlviii-290 pp., ISBN 9781941610152.

Al-Ghazâlî, Il Kitâb asâs al-qiyâs di al-Ghazâlî: elementi di logica e logica giuridica, transl. & commentary by Germana Porcasi, foreward by Khaled Fouad Allam, presentation by Maurice Bormans (Machina Philosophorum). Palerm: Officina di Studi Medievali, 2016, 352 pp., ISBN 9788864851129 & e-bk 9788864851143.

Akot, Bülent, “A Work Attributed to Imam Ghazali: Hakikatur Ruh,” Islâmî Arastirmalar/Journal of Islamic Research, 24.2 (2013): 118-29 [refers to Mss. 4421, Ali Emiri Library Collection in Istanbul Nations].

Ben Ahmed, Fouad, “Three Masters and One Disciple: Ibn Tumlûs’s Critical Incorporation of al-Fârâbî, al-Ghazâlî, and Ibn Rushd,” in Schüler und Meister, pp. 537-56.

Böwering, Gerhard, “The Search for Truth: Al-Ghazâlî in the Light of His Mysticism,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 103-13.

Cihan, Ahmet Kamil, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Position on Universal Morality,” The Islamic Quarterly, 60.2 (2016): 187-212.

Cissé, Alphousseyni, Quelques aspects de la pensée d’Al-Gazâlî. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2013, 196 pp., ISBN 9782336304442.

El-Kaisy-Friemuth, Maha, “Al-Ghazâlî’s Dual Approach to Sufism: Between Ihya and Mishkat al-anwar,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 19-37.

Farina, Marianne, CSC, “Theological Ethics of Abû Hâmid al-Ghazâlî,” in in 900 Jahre, pp. 155-86.

Griffel, Frank, “Al-Ghazâlî’s (d. 1111) Incoherence of the Philosophers,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 191-209.

--------, “Theology Engages With Avicennan Philosophy: al-Ghazâlî’s Tahâfut al-falâsifa and Ibn al-Malâhimî’s Tuhfat al-mutakallimîn fî l-radd ‘alâ l-falâsifa,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 435-55.

-------, “Al-Ghazali,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2014) : http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/al-ghazali/.

-------, “Al-Gazâlîs Umgang mit der wissenschaftlichen Kosmologie seiner Zeit und was man heute daraus lernen könnte,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 89-102.

Günes, Merdan, “Epistemologie bei al-Ghazâlî,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 59-72.

Horsch, Silvia, “Die Universität als Ort des Dialogs zwischen Religion, Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 73-85.

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Kassem, Omar, “Abû Hâmid al-Ghazâlî on Intensional Logic, Freedom and Justice,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 10 (2016): 19-61.

Kukkonen, Taneli, “Al-Ghazâlî on the Origin of Ethics,” Numen, 63.2-3 (2016): 271-98.

Moad, Edward, “Al-Ghazali’s Position on the ‘Second Proof’ of the ‘Philosophers’ for the Eternity of the World, in the First Discussion of the Incoherence of the Philosophers,” Sophia, 54.4 (2015): 429-41.

-------, “Between Divine Simplicity and the Eternity of the World: Ghazali on the Necessity of the Necessary Existent in the Incoherence of the Philosophers,” Philosophy and Theology, 27.1 (2015): 55-73.

Oruç, Cemil, “Ghazâlî’s Contribution to Morals and Values Education,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 141-53.

Reçber, Mehmet Sait, “On al-Ghazâlî and Necessary Truths,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 117-26.

Sekerci, Ahmet Erhan, “Causation in Ghazali,” Islâsmî Arastirmalar, 26.2 (2015): 53-67 [in Turkish].

Sinai, Nicolai, « Al-Suhrawardî’s Philosophy of Illumination and al-Ghazâlî, » Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 98.3 (2016) : 272-301.

Terkan, Fehrullah, “Al-Ghazâlî: A Life at the Crossroad of Truth and Reform,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 289-328 [in Turkish].

Whittingham, Martin, “Al-Ghazâlî on Syllogistic Logic as a Source of Certainty about the Qur’ân,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 127-38.

Wilkinson, Taraneh, “Moderation and al-Ghazali in Turkey: Response to Skepticism,” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 32.3 (2015) : 29-43.

Winter, Tim, “Al-Ghazâlî and Anscombe’s Tahafut: Making Use of the Imam in a European Context,” in 900 Jahre, pp. 39-56.

Yazicioglu, Isra, Understanding the Qur’anic Miracle Stories in the Modern Age (Signifying [on] Scriptures). University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2013, x-222 pp. [ch.1: In Defense of a Literal Reading of Miracles: Ghazali’s Case for Contingency and Grace, pp. 15-42].

al-Hillî

Street, Tony, “Al-‘Allâma al-Hillî (d. 1325) and the Early Reception of Kâtibî’s Shamsîya: Notes towards a Study of the Dynamics of Post Avicennan Logical Commentary,” Oriens, 44.3-4 (2016): 267-300.

Ibn Abî Jumhûr

Schmidtke, Sabine, “Ibn Abî Jumhûr al-Ahsâ’î (d. after 1491) and his Kitâb Mujlî Mir’ât al-munji,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 397-414.

Ibn ‘Aqîl

Holtzman, Livnat, “The Mihna of Ibn ‘Aqîl (d. 513/1119) and the Fitnat Ibn al-Qushayrî (d. 514/1120),” in The Oxford Handbook of Theology, pp. 660-78.

Ibn Hazm

Alghani, Jalal abd, “’On the Way of Truth’: Ibn Hazm’s Tawq al-Hamâmah and the Epistemology of Love,” Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 69.1 (2016): 37-62.

Baer, Andrea, Ibn Hazms Rationalismus. Widerlegung der Skepsis, transl. & commentary (Boethiana). Hamburg: Kovac, 2015, 274 pp., ISBN 9783830082842.

Urvoy, Dominique, “Le sens de la polémique anti-biblique chez Ibn Hazm,” in his Religions en rencontre (Studia Arabica 20). Versailles: Éditions de Paris, 2013, pp. 103-19 [2013 original].

Ibn Kullâb

Bin Ramli, Harith, “The Predecessors of Ash’arism: Ibn Kullâb, al-Muhâsibî and al-Qalânisî,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 215-24.

Ibn al-Malâhimî

Griffel, Frank, “Theology Engages With Avicennan Philosophy: al-Ghazâlî’s Tahâfut al-falâsifa and Ibn al-Malâhimî’s Tuhfat al-mutakallimîn fî l-radd ‘alâ l-falâsifa,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 435-55.

Ibn al-Marzbân

Zakeri, Mohsen, „Yet Another Pseudo-al-Jâhiz? Kitâb al-Hijâb and its Probable Author Ibn al-Marzbân (d. 309/921),“ Journal of Abbasid Studies, 3.1 (2016): 1-28.

Ibn al-Muqaffa’

Urvoy, Marie-Thérèse, “Sur la pensée d’Ibn Al-Muqaffa’,” ch. 31in her Islamologie et monde islamique (Paris: Cerf, 2016), pp. 351-56 and notes, p. 423.

Ibn al-Qushayrî

Holtzman, Livnat, “The Mihna of Ibn ‘Aqîl (d. 513/1119) and the Fitnat Ibn al-Qushayrî (d. 514/1120),” in The Oxford Handbook of Theology, pp. 660-78.

Ibn Taymiyyah

Arkan, Adem, “On the Probability of the Creation of the Ibn Taymiyya School of Ottoman Thought via Birgiwî Mehmed Effendi—A Critical Approach--,” Ilahiyat Studies, 6.2 (2015): 147-80.

Hakim, Ajhar A., “The Forgotten Rational Thinking in the Hanbalite Thought With Special Reference to Ibn Taymiyya,” Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, 14 (2014): 137-54.

al-Îjî

Arici, Mustakim, “The Question of Disposition and Virtue in ‘Adûd al-Dîn al-Îjî,” Nazariyat, 2, n.4 (2016): 31-56.

Dhanani, Alnoor, “Al-Mawâhqif fî ‘ilm al-kalâm by ‘Adûd al-Dîn al-Îjî (d. 1355), and Its Commentaries,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 375-96.

Iqbâl

Mir, Mustansir, “Muhammad Iqbâl (d. 1938): The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 607-28.

Jahm ibn Safwân

Schöck, Cornelia, “Jahm b. Safwân (d. 128/745-6) and the ‘Jahmiyya’ and Dirâr b. ‘Amr (d. 200-815),” in The Oxford Hanbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 55-80.

al-Juwaynî

Anjum, Ovamir, “Political Metaphors and Concepts in the Writings of an Eleventh-Century Sunni Scholar, Abû al-Ma’âlî al-Juwaynî (419-478/1028-1085),” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 26.1-2 (2016): 7-18.

Benevich, Fedor, “The Classical Ash’ari Theory of Ahwâl: Juwaynî and his Opponents,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 27.2 (2016): 136-75.

al-Ka’bî

el Omari, Racha, The Theology of Abû l-Qâsim al-Balkhî/al-Ka’bî (d. 319/931)(Islamic Philosophy. Theology and Science 99). Leiden: Brill, 2016, 200 pp., ISBN 9789004259690 & e-bk 9789004259683.

al-Kindî, ‘Abd al-Masîh

Platti, Emilio, “Criteria for Authenticity of Prophecy in ‘Abd al-Masîh al-Kindî’s Risâla,” in Books and Written Culture, pp. 1-25.

al-Kulaynî

Madelung, Wilferd, “Early Imâmî Theology as Reflected in the Kitâb al-kâfî of al-Kulaynî,” in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 465-74.

al-Mâturîdî

Dorroll, Philip, “The Universe in Flux: Reconsidering Abû Mansûr al-Mâturîdî’s Metaphysics and Epistemology,” Journal of Islamic Studies, 27.2 (2016): 119-35.

Saleh, Walid A., “Rereading al-Tabarî through al-Mâturîdî: New Light on the Third Century Hijrî,” Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 18.2 (2016): 180-209.

al-Muhâsibî

Bin Ramli, Harith, “The Predecessors of Ash’arism: Ibn Kullâb, al-Muhâsibî and al-Qalânisî,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 215-24.

Mut’ahharî, Mur’tadhâ

Hoover, Jon, “Murtaza Mutahhari’s Solution to the Problem of Evil,” Theological Review, 36.2 (2015): 162-70.

al-Nazzâm

Capezzone, Leonardo, “Amorous or Scientific Metaphors? Abû Nuwâs, the Beginning of the End of the Aristotelian Cosmos, and an Incoherence by al-Nazzâm,” Studia Islamica, 111.1 (2016): 1-19.

al-Qalânisî

Bin Ramli, Harith, “The Predecessors of Ash’arism: Ibn Kullâb, al-Muhâsibî and al-Qalânisî,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Theology, pp. 215-24.

al-Qarâfî

Sarrió Cucarella, Diego R., “Se battre pour la cause de Dieu: vice ou vertu?  Vues de Sihâb al-Dîn al-Qarâfî,” Islamochristiana, 41 (2015): 95-107.

al-Qûshjî

Pourjavady, Reza, “Jalâl al-Dîn al-Dawânî (d. 908/1502), Glosses on ‘Alâ’ al-Dîn al-Qûshjî’s Commentary on Nasîr al-Dîn al-Tûsî’s Tajrîd al-‘itiqâd,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 415-37 [also on al-Dashtakî].

al-Râzî, Fakhr al-Dîn

Ahmed, Asad Q., “The Reception of Avicenna’s Theory of Motion in the Twelfth Century,” Arabic Sciences and Philosophy, 26.2 (2016): 215-43.

Altas, Esref, “An Analysis and Editio Princeps of Fakhr al-Din al-Razi’s Risalah: Al-Jawhar al-Fard,” Nazariyat, 2, n.3 (2015): ????

-------, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî: Synthesis of Avicennism and Kalâm,” in Islâm Felsefesi, pp. 429-64 [in Turkish].

Baffioni, Carmela, “The Elaboration of Ancient Theories on Earthquakes. Avicenna and Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî in Relation to their Greek and Arabic Sources,” in Islam and Globalisation, pp. 435-62.

Iskenderoglu, Muammed, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî and Ibn ‘Arabî on the Ways to Knowledge of God: Unveiling or Reflection and Reasoning,” in The Character of Christian-Muslim Encounter: Essays in Honor of David Thomas (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations 25) (Leiden: Brill, 2015), pp. 111-25.

Jaffer, Tariq, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî on Taqlîd,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 9 (2013): 9-31.

-------, “Fakhr al-Dîn al-Râzî’s System of Inquiry,” in Aims, Methods and Contexts, pp. 241-61.

Shihadeh, Ayman, “Al-Râzî’s (d. 1210) Commentary on Avicenna’s Pointers: The Confluence of Exegesis and Aporetics,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 296-325.

al-Shahrastânî

De Smet, Daniel, « Shahrastânî’s Hanîf Revelation : A Shi’i Philosophico-Hermeneutical System, » in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 563-83.

Griffel, Frank, “Ismâ’ilite Critique of Ibn Sînâ: Al-Shahrastânî’s (d. 1153) Wrestling Match with the Philosophers,” in The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Philosophy, pp. 210-32.

al-Shirwânî

Cihan, Ahmet Kamil & Taher, Arsan, “Muhammad Amin al-Shirwani’s Treatise on Eschatology” An Analysis and Critical Edition of Risalah fi tahqiq al-mabda’ wa-al-ma’ad,” Nazariyat, 2, n.4 (2016): 57-102.

al-Suyûtî

Burge, S.R., “Jalâl al-Dîn al-Suyûtî, the Mu’awwidhatân and the Modes of Exegesis,” in Aims, Methods and Contexts, pp. 277-307.

al-Tabarânî

Bar-Asher, Meir M. & Kofsky, Aryeh, “Kitâb al-Dalâ’il fî ma’rifat al-Masâ’il of Abû Sa’îd Maymûn b. Qâsim al-Tabarânî: Historical and Doctrinal Aspects,” Rivista degli Studi Orientali, 86, 1-4 (2013): 9-23.

al-Tabarî, ‘Alî

[al-Tabarî], The Polemical Works of ‘Alî al-Tabarî, ed. by Rifaat Ebied & David Thomas (The History of Christian-Muslim Relations). Leiden: Brill, 2016, viii-491 pp., ISBN 9789004309159 & e-bk 9789004309555.

Saleh, Walid A., “Rereading al-Tabarî through al-Mâturîdî: New Light on the Third Century Hijrî,” Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 18.2 (2016): 180-209.

al-Tûsî, al-Shaykh, Muhammad ibn al-Hasan

Ansari, Hassan & Schmidtke, Sabine, “Al-Shaykh al-Tûsî: His Writings on Theology and their Reception,” in The Study of Shi’i Islam, pp. 475-97.

Yahyâ ibn ‘Adî, see Falsafa, Ibn ‘Adî