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Monday, 17 September 2012

Recent Publications - September 2012


G.E.M. Gasper & I. Logan (edd), Saint Anselm of Canterbury and His Legacy, Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Durham University/Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies, Toronto 2012:
  • G.E.M. Gasper & I. Logan, Anselm: A Portrait in Refraction, pp. 1-25
  • S. Schenk, Queen Matilda and Anselm's Mary Magdalene, pp. 29-39
  • S. Niskanen, The Evolution of Anselm's Letter Collections until ca. 1130, pp. 40-60
  • V. Gazeau, From Bec to Canterbury: Between Cloister and the World, the legacy of Anselm, a personne d'autorite, pp. 61-72
  • S.N. Vaughn, The Students of Bec in England, pp. 73-91
  • J. Diehl, Harmony between Word and World: Anselm of Canterbury, Aelred of Rievaulx and Approaches to Language in Twelfth-Century Monasticism, pp. 95-113
  • J. Dunthorne, Anselm and Hugh of St Victor on Freedom and the Will, pp. 114-132
  • M. Clavier, "Oro, Deus cognoscam te, amem te, ut gaudeam de te": Rhetorical Theology and the Influence of Anselm on Richard of St Victor, pp. 133-152
  • M. Robson, Odo Rigaldi and the Assimilation of St Anselm's Cur Deus homo in the School of the Cordeliers in Paris, pp. 155-173
  • B. Goehring, Truth as Rightness in Anselm of Canterbury and Henry of Ghent, pp. 174-202
  • J.T. Slotemaker, The Development of Anselm's Trinitarian Theology: The Origins of a Late Medieval Debate, pp. 203-221
  • V. Leppin, Praying and Thinking with Anselm: The Tractatus de primo principio of Duns Scotus, pp. 222-235
  • M. Healey-Varley, Anselm's Afterlife and the Middle English De custodia interioris hominis, pp. 239-257
  • E. Hauwaerts, The Middle English Versions of Saint Anselm of Canterbury's Prayers and Meditations, pp. 258-275
  • I. Logan, Was Karl Rahner and Anonymous Anselmian?, pp. 279-298
  • B.Goebel, The Myth of the Eleventh Century: Hans Blumenberg's Anselm, pp. 299-317
  • E. de Gaal, The Rediscovery of Anselm's Appeal to Beauty in Hans Urs von Balthasar's Theology, pp. 318-340
  • G.E.M. Gasper, Tractarian Echoes: Michael Ramsey and the Anglican Responses to Anselm of Canterbury, pp. 341-359
  • M.M. Adams, St Anselm on the Goodness of God, pp. 360-384
  • E.C. Sweeney, Anselm and the Phenomenology of the Gift in Marcel, Sartre and Marion, pp. 385-404
  • S.L. Uckelman, The Reception of Saint Anselm's Logic in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries, pp. 405-426
  • M. Lembke, The Cosmontological Argument for the Existence of God, pp. 427-444

M. Lembke, 'Whatever it is better to be than not to be' in International Journal for Philosophy of Religion. Pre-publication at

K.A. Rogers, 'Anselm on the Ontological Status of Choice' in International Philosophical Quarterly, 52 (2012) 183-198.