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Monday, 7 October 2013

Recent Publications - October 2013

D. Robidoux, OSB (ed), A Man Born Out of Due Time: New Perspectives on St. Anselm of Canterbury, Lantern Books, New York 2013:
  • S. McGurk, OSB, 'Introduction'
  • S. McGurk, OSB, 'Anselm through the Eyes of Eadmer'
  • J.-C. Nault, OSB, 'The First Chapter of St Anselm's Proslogion'
  • M. Gorman, 'St. Anselm, Teacher and Model'
  • A. Inman, 'Anselm, Richard Dawkins and the Ontological Argument'
  • M. Hall, OSB, 'A Homily on Saint Anselm'
  • A. Bellenger, OSB, 'Anselm, the Monk-Archbishop'
  • H. Feiss, OSB, 'Saint Anselm: The Need to be Free'
  • D. Robidoux, OSB, 'Necessity in St Anselm's Notion of Method in Theology'
  • J. Wiseman, OSB, 'Anselm of Canterbury and Meister Eckhart'
  • R. Kennedy, 'The Scope and Purpose of St. Anselm's 'Two-Wills Doctrine' in His Dialogue on the Fall of the Devil'
  • P. Madigan, SJ, 'Review of B. Ward, Anselm of Canterbury: His Life and Legacy'
M. Elam, 'The Value of Imperfection in Anselm of Canterbury's Marian Prayers' in American Benedictine Review, 64 (2013) 252-266.

R. Gameson, 'Review of Samu Niskanen, The letter collections of Anselm of Canterbury, Instrumenta Patristica et Mediaevalia, 61, Brepols, Turnhout 2011' in Journal of Ecclesiastical History, 64 (2013) 843-844.