John A. Demetracopoulos

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John A. Demetracopoulos
John A.
Demetracopoulos
0030-2610-969 776 / 0030 - 2610 - 996 194
www.elemedu.upatras.gr/index.php?section=589&itemid691=1916&secondary=962
Philosophy and Theology
Assoc. Prof.

Dr John A. Demetracopoulos is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Theology at the Department of Education, Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies, University of Patras, Greece. His research interests include Greek and Latin Medieval philosophy and theology and the philological evidence of Greek-Latin philosophical and theological interaction in the Middle Ages and the post-Byzantine era. He has delivered papers in 43 international conferences and congresses. Besides his Doct. Diss. (2001), he has authored 6 monographs, 53 scholarly articles and several entries on relevant subjects in encyclopedias and co-edited three collective volumes, cited 373 times in 146 studies by scholars of 33 different nationalities. He has also co-edited the proceedings of 2 conferences. In 2006/07, he was awarded the Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) scholarship (Bonn, Germany). From 2006/07 to 2017/18, he carried out four individual research projects as an AvH fellow at the Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne and one at the Institut für Byzantinistik und Neugriechische Philologie, University of Munich. From 2012 to 2017, he acted as an expert referee for several European research centres. Since 2007, he directs the Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus international research project, co-hosted by the Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London and sponsored (2016/17 - 2017/18) by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (Athens, Greece). During 2013-17, he was a member of the Management Committee of the European IS1301 Action: “New Communities of Interpretation: Contexts, Strategies and Processes of Religious Transformation in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe” of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Framework. He is a member of the editorial board of several scholarly journals and series, including the ‘Corpus Christianorum - Series Graeca’ (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers) and the ‘Byzantinisches Archiv - Series Philosophica’ (Berlin: De Gruyter).

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Dr. John A. Demetracopoulos

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Dr John A. Demetracopoulos was born in Aigion (Northern Peloponnesos, Greece), where he completed his primary and secondary education. He received his B.A. Degree from the Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (1991).

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In 1991–92, he completed his mandatory military service in Greece.

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In 1994-2001, he elaborated his PhD thesis (Philosophical Faculty of the University of Athens, Department of Philosophy, Education and Psychology, Division of Philosophy): “Aristotle’s Categories and the ‘Nomina Divina’ according to Anselm of Canterbury” (in Modern Greek; available at: www.http://phdtheses.ekt.gr/eadd/handle/10442/21957; supervisor: Prof. Emer. Dr. D.N. Koutras). He was nominated Doctor of Philosophy at 9 June 2001. From 1994/95 to 1997/98, he was granted a scholarship on "Medieval Philosophy in Western Europe" by the State Scholarships Foundation (Athens, Greece).

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In 1998, he was appointed to a permanent position in public secondary education, mainly teaching Ancient Greek and Latin.

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From 2004/05 to 2009/10, he was part-time lecturer at the University of Patras, Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies, Department of Primary Education (graduate studies) and the “E. Papanoutsos” In-Service Training Seminar (Didaskaleio of Primary Education) of the University of Patras, teaching the following courses: “Byzantium: Theology, Philosophy, and Education”; “Philosophy and Religion”; “Christian Philosophy”; “Religious Education”.

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From 2006/07 to the present, he works part-time at the Hellenic Open University (Patras) as a member of the Adjunct Teaching Staff for the graduate studies course “Greek Philosophy and Science”.

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1. From Sept. 2007 on, he directs the international research project “Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus”, hosted by the Institute for Byzantine Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation (Athens, 2007-10) and the Laboratory of Theoretical Sciences of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies of the University of Patras http://www.elemedu.upatras.gr/?section=810) and the Hellenic Institute of the Royal Holloway, University of London (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/Hellenic-Institute/Research/Thomas.htm) (2010-). The project was funded by the Hellenic Ministry of Finance (2007/08) and by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture (2009/10).

2. From March 2011 to Oct. 2013, he directed the project of digitalizing the manuscript material and cataloguing the old books of the Holy Monastery of Taxiarchai (Aigion, Greece), which is hosted by the Laboratory of Humanities of the Department of Education of the University of Patras (http://www.elemedu.upatras.gr/labart/dimitr/index2.html) and the Laboratory of Palaeography, Department of Philology, University of Patras (http://www.philology-upatras.gr/specialties/paleography_actions).

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1. In 2009, he was elected as full-time lecturer of Theology and Religious Education at the Department of Religious Education of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies of the University of Patras, and was appointed to this post in June 2010.

2. In 2013, he was elected as full-time Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Theology at the aforementioned Department and appointed to this post in the same year.

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From 1995 on, he is full member of the Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale (S.I.E.P.M.) (http://www.siepm.unifreiburg.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=111&Itemid=84)

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From 2006 on, he is a member of the editorial board of the "Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur" (Philosophical Faculty of the University of Sofia) (http://www.ceeol.com/aspx/issuedetails.aspx?issueid=b83d39e2-5825-43c1-96f4e031926813fb&articleId=0befae7a-8b4a-4e7e-866e-7ca7a68400a6).

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1. In 2006-07, he was granted the Alexander von Humboldt (Bonn) (AvH) Research Fellow Award (http://www.thomasinstitut.unikoeln.de/uploads/media/jb13_2006-2007.pdf). Post-doctoral research topic: “The Role of Thomas Aquinas in the Formation of the Quarrel between George Scholarios – Gennadios II and George Gemistos – Plethon according to the Manuscript Evidence of the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek (Munich)” (http://www.humboldtfoundation.de/pls/web/docs/F21434/abstractbooklet_et_muenchen_07.pdf). Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Andreas Speer (University of Cologne).

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1. From 2013 on, he has been a member of the editorial board of the sub-series "Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus" of the "Corpus Christianorum - Series Graeca" (CCSG) of the KU Leuven. From 2018 on, he is a member of the "Corpus Christianorum - Series Graeca" (http://www.arts.kuleuven.be/info/eng/byzantium/CCSG).

2. In July - Sept. 2010, he carried out a renewed AvH sponsored research at the Thomas-Institut (Cologne) on “The Metaphysical Thought of the Major 14th-Century Byzantine Thomists: Demetrios Cydones, Prochoros Cydones, and Manuel Calecas” (http://www.thomasinstitut.unikoeln.de/11571.html).

3. In July - Sept. 2012, he carried out a renewed AvH sponsored research at the Thomas-Institut (University of Cologne) on the “Secular vs. Religious Forms of Late Byzantine Platonism (early 14th – mid-15th century) and the Role of the Byzantine Translations of Thomas Aquinas’ Writings in the Development of the Debate”.

4. In July-Sept. 2015, he carried out a renewed AvH sponsored research at the Thomas-Institut (University of Cologne) on “Christian Science in the 14th-Century Byzantium: Wavering between Epistemological Optimism and Scepticism”.

5. On April-May 2016, he was granted the Albert Resarch Reunion Grant by the University of Cologne. Research topic: "Albertus Graecus".

6. On July-Sept. 2018, he carried out a renewed AvH sponsored research at the Byzantine Institute, University of Munich: "Philologia ancilla philosophiae et theologiae: A Survey of the Latin-into-Greek Translations of Philosophical and Theological Works (3rd to 18th Cent.)"

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Modern Languages: Greek (mother tongue), English (proficient), French (very good), Italian (very good), and German (good). Ancient Languages: Greek (proficient), Latin (proficient).

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From 1993 on, he has participated in several Greek and international Congresses, Conferences, Symposia, Workshops, and Seminars and delivered several lectures, including the following ones:

1. “Aristotle’s Categories in the Greek and Latin Medieval Exegetical Tradition: The Case of the Non-Simultaneity of Relatives”; paper delivered in the Dano-Hellenic Symposium on Greek and Latin Medieval Philosophy, Institute of the Greek and Latin Middle Ages of the University of Copenhagen, Athens (Greece), 11-14 November 1993.

2. “The Rational Demonstrability of Christian Dogmas according to Gregory of Nyssa” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the “13th International Congress of Patristic Theology. Gregory of Nyssa: Theologian – Philosopher – Rhetor – Ascetic Figure – Saint”, Sector of Patristic Studies of the Department of Theology of the University of Athens (Greece), 27–29 September 1994.

3. “The Sources of the Content and Use of ‘Epinoia’ in Basil of Caesarea’s ‘Contra Eunomium’ I: Stoicism and Plotinus” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the Conference: “Philosophy in Patristic and Byzantine Tradition”, organised by the Division of Dogmatic Theology of the Department of Theology of the Theological Faculty of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), 12-13 March 1997.

4. “Nicholas Cabasilas’ anti-Palamite Defence of the Value of Secular Wisdom”; paper delivered in the Xe Congrès International de Philosophie Médiévale, Erfurt (Allemagne): “Qu’est-ce que la Philosophie au Moyen Âge?”, 25-30 August 1997.

5. “Late Byzantine Cosmology. Gregory Palamas’ Critique of Plotinus’ and Proclus’ Doctrine on the ‘World Soul’” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the International Congress: “Platonic and Neoplatonic Worldview” (Olympia, 5-8 August 1998) organised by the International Centre of Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Research (Athens / Olympia, Greece).

6. “George Gennadios II - Scholarios’ anti-Plethonism as the Background to His Thomism and Georgios Gemistos - Plethon’s anti-Christianism as the Background to His anti-Thomism” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the 1st Congress of the International Society of Plethonic and Byzantine Studies (Athens): “Byzantium and Europe”, Mistras (Greece), 26-28 May 2000.

7. “‘Realgeschichte’ and the History of Ideas. The Justification of the Religious ‘Imaginaire’ of the European 11th Century by Anselm of Canterbury” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the 22nd Congress of the Greek Historical Society (Thessaloniki, Philosophical Faculty of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), 25-27 May 2001.

8. “Plethon and Thomas Aquinas” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the 2nd International Congress: “Plethon and His Time” Mistras (Greece), 26-29 June 2002, organised by the International Society of Plethonic and Byzantine Studies.

9. “Stoic Epistemology in the Early Middle Ages. ‘Intentio mentis’ in Ps.-Augustine’s ‘Categoriae decem’ and Alcuin’s Aspectual Theory of Aristotle’s Categories”; paper delivered in the XIe Congrès International de Philosophie Médiévale: “Intellect and Imagination in the Middle Ages”, Porto (Portugal), 25-30 August 2002 (http://islab.dico.unimi.it/phmae/agosto_02.htm).

10. “Gregory the Great and the Contemporary Byzantine Theology. Philonic Theology and Stoic Logic as the Background to Eulogius of Alexandria’s and Gregory the Great’s Doctrine of ‘Scientia Christi’”; invited talk in the “Simposio internazionale: Gregorio Magno: 604-2004 (in occasione del 14o centenario della sua morte): l’eredità spirituale di Gregorio Magno fra Occidente e Oriente”, Rome, 10–12 March 2004, organsed by the Pontificio Ateneo S. Anselmo, the Pontificio Istituto Orientale, and the Monastero Beneddetino Camaldolese di San Gregorio al Celio.

11. “The Contribution of the Translations of William of Moerbeke (ca. 1215 – 1286) to the Development of Western Medieval Philosophy: remarks on his Translation of Aristotle’s ‘De Interpretatione’” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the 3rd International Conference of the International Society of Byzantine and Plethonic Studies: “Peloponnese after the Fourth Crusade (1204). 800th Anniversary of the Fall of Constantinople to the Crusaders”, Mistras (Greece), 1–3 October 2004.

12. “Thomas Aquinas in Byzantium: beyond the Traditional Distinction between ‘Thomists’ and ‘anti-Thomists’” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the 6th Meeting of the Byzantinists in Greece and Cyprus, Philosophical Faculty of the University of Athens (Greece), 22-25 September 2005.

13i-ii. “The Thomism of Georgios Gemistos - Plethon”; “Palamite and anti-Palamite Interpretations of the Divine ‘Energies’ in the 14th and 15th Century: the Divine ‘Energies’ as ‘Epinoiai’”; invited lectures delivered at the Philosophical Faculty of the University of Sofia (Bulgaria), 2-5 May 2006.

14i-ii: “Trends in the Study of Byzantine Philosophy”; “What Is Byzantine Philosophy?”; invited lectures delivered at the Department of Philosophy of the Bogazici University (Istanbul, Turkey), 26-30 June 2006.

15. “Demetrios Cydones and Beyond: Thomas Aquinas’ Influence on Late Byzantine Thought”; lecture delivered in the Forschungskolloquium 2006-07, University of Cologne, 3 July 2007 (http://www.zfms.unikoeln.de/veranstaltungen/archiv.php).

16. “The Stoic Background to the Universality of Anselm’s Definition of ‘God’ in ‘Proslogion’, Ch. 2: Boethius’ ‘Second Commentary’ on Aristotle’s ‘De Interpretatione’ ad 16a7-11”; paper delivered in the nternational Congress: “Universality of Reason - Plurality of Philosophies in the Middle Ages. XIIth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy of the S.I.E.P.M.; Palermo, 16-22 September 2007 (http://ifilosofia.up.pt/gfm/docs/Program_Comm_SIEPMCongr2002.pdf).

17. “Thomistic Palamism. The Influence of Thomas Aquinas’ ‘Summae’ on the Elaboration of Gregory Palamas’ Doctrine of the Distinction between God’s ‘Essence’ and ‘Energies’ by the Palamites in the 14th and 15th Centuries”; paper delivered in the International Conference: “Greeks, Latins and Intellectual History 1204-1500. Debates, Influences, Impressions, Translations, and Migrations. Paper in Memory of Deno Geanakoplos (1916-2007)”, University of Cyprus, Nicosia, 11-13 April 2008.

18i-ii. “The Contribution of the Translation of Thomas Aquinas’ ‘Summae’ to the Inquiry of the Byzantine Thinkers into the ‘Dignitas Hominis’”; “Byzantine Translations of Latin Philosophical Works”: invited talks delivered in the International Colloquium: “Byzanz und der Westen. Transferprozesse in Literatur, Kunst und Philosophie”, University of Cologne, 15-17 May 2008 (http://www.uni-koeln.de/phil-fak/ifa/byzneograez/docs/ByzanzUndDerWesten.pdf).

19. “The Place of Byzantine Philosophy in the ‘Historia critica philosophiae’ (1742-47) of Johann Jacob Brucker (1696-1770) and the Conception of the Continuity of ‘Hellenism’ by Eugenios Boulgaris (1716-1806)” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the 5th International Congress of the International Society of Plethonic and Byzantine Studies: “The Reception of Byzantium in Europe: The History of Byzantine Studies from Hieronymus Wolf to Karl Krumbacher (16th-19th Cent.)”, Mistras (Greece), 29 September – 1 October 2008.

20. “Autonomy as Separation: What Might Count as Philosophy vis-à-vis Theology in 14th-Century Byzantine Speculative Thought”; communication delivered in the “Symposium on the Autonomy of Byzantine Philosophy” organised by the Norwegian Institute of Athens and the Department of Methodology, History, and Theory of Science of the University of Athens (5-6 December 2008) (http://www.norwinst.gr/media/files/THE-AUTONOMY-OF-BYZANTINE-PHILOSOPHY.docx).

21. “Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus: the Reception of the Writings and the Philosophical and Theological Thought of Thomas Aquinas in Late Byzantium” (in Modern Greek); invited seminary talk delivered in the Historical and Palaeographical Archive of the National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation, Athens (Greece), 27 March 2009.

22. “Demetrio Cidone (1324-97) traduttore (1354) ‘esotico’ della ‘Summa contra Gentiles’ di S. Tommaso d’Aquino (1225-74): il caso del lib. I, capp. 35-36 e lib. II, capp. 12-14 ed il problema della semplicità divina”; invited seminary talk to post-graduate students of the Facoltà Teologica Pugliese (Bari) in the Casa dei Domenicani d’Atene, Megara (Greece), 24 October 2009.

23. “Plethon and Christian Theology: Divergence and Convergence”; invited speak delivered at the Conference “Theology and Philosophy in Byzantium”, St Tikhon’s Orthodox University, Faculty of Theology / Università Ca’Foscari Venezia, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità e del Vicino Oriente; Moscow, 11-12 October 2010 (http://www.lineas.cchs.csic.es/bizantinistica/sites/lineas.cchs.csic.es.bizantinistica/files/Program.pdf)

24. “Thomistic Palamism: John VI Cantacouzenos, Theophanes of Nicaea, and Manuel II Palaiologos” (in Modern Greek); invited talk delivered in the Theological Seminary: “Palamism and Thomism in Late Byzantium”, Athens, 19 May 2011, The Society of Jesuits in Athens and the Casa dei Domenicani d’Atene (http://www.basilicasannicola.it/userfiles/file/odig%202,2011.pdf ; http://greekjesuits.blogspot.com/2011/05/blog-post_8035.html)

25. “The Influence of Thomas Aquinas on Late Byzantine Philosophy and Theology”; invited key-note lecture delivered in the Colloquium: “When East Met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium”, Institute of Classical Studies of the Royal Holloway, University of London, 11-12 June 2012 (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/Hellenic-Institute/Research/Reception.html)

26. “Aspiration for Knowledge in the Secular and Religious Forms of Late Byzantine Platonism”; invited talk delivered in the Plenary Session (21 August 2012) of the 14th International Congress of the Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale, Freising/Munich, 20-25 Aug. 2012: "Pleasures of Knowledge" (http://www.siepm.uni-freiburg.de/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=55&Itemid=98).

27. “Manuel Calecas’ Translation of Anselm of Canterbury’s ‘Cur Deus homo’ (editio princeps) and its Influence on Late Byzantine Thought”; 38. Kölner Mediaevistentagung, Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne, 11-14 September 2012: “Das Gesetz – The Law – La Loi” (http://www.kmt.uni-koeln.de/programm).

28. “'Phaedo Scepticus' vs. 'Phaedo Christianus': Sextus Empiricus and Gregory Nazianzen on the Teacher of Truth” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered in the Conference: “Philosophy and Education”, in honour of Prof. Emer. John G. Dellis (University of Patras), University of Patras, 10 November 2012.

29. «Dialogue in Byzantium: from the Monody of Early Theological Polemics through the Pluralism of Late Theological and Philosophical ‘Quaestio’» (in Modern Greek). Paper delivered in the Conference: “Riffling through Byzantium: Manuscripts, Texts, Ideas”; Section of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, Department of Philology, Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies of the University of Patras; April 22, 2013 (scholar in charge: Asasist. Prof. Dr. Eirini-Sophia Kiapidou, Department of Philology, University of Patras) (http://www.upatras.gr/index/events/id/1127/type/event/lang/en).

30. “Georgios Hermonymos Christonymos’ ‘Capita de divinitate Christi’: a Defence of Christianity against Plethon”; paper delivered in the International Conference: “Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance”: Olomouc, 10-12 May 2013 (organisers: Prof. Dr. Richard Blum, Loyola University, Maryland; Dr. Jozef Matula, University of Olomouc) (http://www.kfil.upol.cz/upload/news/Program_Pletho.pdf).

31. “The Historical Setting of Translating Scholastic Authors into Greek in Late Byzantium: Cultural and Religious Identities (with an emphasis on the ‘Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus’ project)”; invited talk in the International Mediaeval Congress, Leeds, 1-4 July 2013; Institute of Medieval Studies of the University of Leeds; Session II: “Politically / theologically Motivated Translations” (https://imc.leeds.ac.uk/dbsql02/AQueryServlet?*id=30&*formId=30&*context=IMC&conference=2013&sessionId=4822&chosenPaperId=&*servletURI=https://imc.leeds.ac.uk/dbsql02/AQueryServlet)

32. "A Cultural Aspect of ‘Bessario Scholasticus’: the Latin ‘Quaestio’ as a Tool for Peacefully and Effectively Resolving Disagreement"; paper delivered in the International Conference: “Bessarion’s Treasure: Editing, Translating and Interpreting Bessarion's Literary Heritage”, Venice, 4-5 April 2014. Organizer: Institute of the Byzantine studies, Faculty of Cultural Studies, University of Munich (http://www.bessarions-treasure-2014.byzantinistik.uni-muenchen.de/program/index.html).

33. “The Sources of George - Gennadios II Scholarios’ Paraphrasis of the ‘Parva Naturalia’ and its Place in his Thought’; paper to be delivered in the Conference: “Cross-Cultural Dialogues: The ‘Parva Naturalia’ in Greek, Arabic and Latin Aristotelianism”, organized by the Faculty of Arts, Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 13–15 June, 2014 (http://representationandreality.gu.se).

34. “The Middle Platonic and Neoplatonic Background to the Theological Apophaticism of Gregory of Nyssa’s ‘In Canticum Canticorum’ III and V”; paper delivered in the 13th International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa: “In Canticum Canticorum”, Rome, 17-20 Sept. 2014, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross (http://www.gregoryofnyssa.org/program.html).

35. “Nomina nuda tenemus: the essence of speculative thought in 'East' and 'West' in the light of Latin into Greek translations”; key-note lecture delivered in the Conference: “‘Never the Twain shall Meet’: Latins and Greeks Learning from Each Other in Byzantium”, Stockholm, 24–26 June 2015. Organiser: Assoc. Prof. Denis M. Searby, Stockholm University, Department of Romance Studies and Classics. Sponsor: Swedish Council of Research (http://www.su.se/romklass/omoss/evenemang/never-the-twain-shall-meet-1.227535).

36. "Fallibility as a Justification of Religious Tolerance in Late Byzantium"; invited talk to be delivered in the 40. Kölner Mediaevistentagung ("Error - Irrtum - Erreur"'), University of Cologne, 13-16 Sept. 2016 (http://kmt.phil-fak.uni-koeln.de/9325.html?&L=12).

37. "Θωμική και Παλαμική φιλοσοφική θεολογία στο ύστερο Βυζάντιο" (Thomistic and Palamite Philosophical Theology in Late Byzantium), στο: Aristotle and Christianity. An International Conference organized by the Faculty of Theology, University of Athens (Athens, 24-25 Nov. 2016) (http://www.uoa.gr/anakoinoseis-kai-ekdhloseis/ekdhloseis-hmerides-synedria/proboli-ekdilwshs/aristotelhs-kai-xristianismos-die8nes-synedrio-ths-kosmhteias-ths-8eologikis-sxolis-a8hnon.html)

38. "Ελληνικές μεταφράσεις ευρωπαϊκών έργων φιλοσοφίας και θεολογίας κατά τον 18ο αιώνα" (Greek Translations of European philosophical and theological writings in the 18th century); an invited lecture delivered at the Academy of Athens, Centre for the Study of Hellenic Philosophy (Athens, 21 Dec. 2016).

39. “Thomist and Palamite Philosophical Theology in Late Byzantium” (in Modern Greek); paper delivered at the International Conference “Aristotle and Christianity”, organized by the Theological Faculty of the University of Athens, Greece, 2425 Nov. 2016 (http://deantheol.uoa.gr/proboli-ekdilwshs/aristotelhs-kai-xristianismos-die8nes-synedrio-ths-kosmhteias-ths-8eologikis-sxolis-a8hnon.html )

40. (i) "The Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Writings in Late Byzantium (with an Emphasis on Thomas Aquinas"); an invited keynote lecture delivered in the "Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus" Workshop, Ca'Foscari University of Venice, 3-4 Febr. 2017, sponsored by the European Marie Skłodowska-Curie Scholarship (http://www.unive.it/data/agenda/2/3465 ); (ii) "Identifying Sources: Unearthing Thomistic sources in Late Byzantine Literature and Assessing their Significance"; presentation in this Workshop.

41. “Thomas Aquinas and Aristotle”; key-note lecture delivered at the international Conference: “Thomas Latinus – Thomas Graecus: Thomas Aquinas and his Reception in Byzantium”, Athens, Stavros Niarchos Cultural Centre, 15-16 Dec. 2017, co-organised by the National Library of Greece, the University of Patras, and the Hellenic Institute, University of London (https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/hellenic-institute/assets/pdf/thomas-latinus-thomas-graecus-athens-15-16-december-2017-program-final-en.pdf ).

42. Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus: The Transmission of Thomas Aquinas’ Thought in Late Byzantium and its Impact”; keynote lecture delivered at the International 3rd Symposium Thomisticum, organized by the University of Dublin, the University of Athens, and the Academy of Athens, Athens, June 7-9, 2018 (http://www.ucd.ie/philosophy/symposiumthomisticum).

43. “Gregory Palamas' Refutation of the Heathen Cosmology of Macrobius' Commentary on Cicero's Somnium Scipionis in Maximus Planudes' Translation in the Capita CL”; paper delivered at the international Conference: “Translation Activity in Late Byzantium: 13th15th Centuries”, sponsored by the E.U. Marie Sklodowska Curie Foundation and organized by the Department of Humanities, Ca’Foscari University of Venice, PSL Research University, Paris, and the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, SAPRAT Laboratory (Paris), University of Venice, 1113 June 2018.

44. "Anselm's Reception of the Stoic Notion of Being Humane"; paper delivered at: “St. Anselm of Aosta, Bec and Canterbury: Theologian, Statesman, Administrator, Teacher”. Conference at the University of Houston and the University of St. Thomas, Texas, U.S.A., May, 4-5, 2018 (http://www.anselmstudies.org/houston-anselm-conference-2018-program-and-registration).

45. "Late Byzantine Philosophy: Current Approaches"; a paper delivered at the: “Histoire de la période paléologue (1261-1453): Byzance, Orient latin, monde slave”, Séminaire organisé par Marie-Hélène Blanchet (UMR 8167 Orient et Méditerranée, Monde byzantin) et Raúl Estangüi Gómez (Université Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne), 2018-9,  Sorbonne., 15 Nov. 2018 (https://oxfordbyzantinesociety.wordpress.com/2018/10/21/the-byzness-21-10-2018).

46. "Self-Examination and the Quest for Truth: Barlaam the Calabrian's and Demetrios Kydones' Reception of Socratic and Platonic ideas" (in Modern Greek); a paper delivered in the Conference: "Philosophy, Self-knowledge, and Care of the Soul", Department of Philosophy, University of Patras, Dec., 5-7, 2018. 

47. “Tolerating vs. Suppressing Dissenting Voices in Late Byzantine Thought: Philosophical and Theological Arguments"; a lecture delivered at the Medieval Philosophy Workshop “Accepting Wrong Beliefs” at the Centre of Excellence in Reason and Religious Recognition, Faculty of Theology, University of Helsinki, Dec. 17-18, 2018 (https://tuhat.helsinki.fi/portal/en/projects/centre-of-excellenc(26dc4ec8-44de-4463-99c9-7b6b68ea800f).html ; https://blogs.helsinki.fi/reasonandreligiousrecognition/2018/12/10/accepting-wrong-beliefs ).

48. "Scholastic Influences on Late Byzantine Discussions on Eucharist"; keynote lecture for the Symposium: "East, West and Beyond:  Enriching One Another's Liturgical Traditions", The Byzantine Catholic Seminary of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A., May 21–23, 2019.

49. "The Major Late Byzantine Discussions of ‘Scientia Dei’: Barlaam the Calabrian vs. Gregory Palamas, Thomism vs. Palamism, Plethon vs. Scholarios"; Conference: "La naissance de la théologie comme science", CRSH (Canada) en association avec l’EPHE (PSL), Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, Paris, 23-25 Sept. 2019 (https://www.ephe.fr/actualites/la-naissance-de-la-theologie-comme-science),

50. "Leonardo da Vinci's Aphorism on the Aristotle-Alexander Legend (cod. Madrid II, fol. 24r): Sources and Meaning"; Conference: "Leonardo da Vinci: un tema per gli storici dell'arte", Universita del Salento, 21-22 November 2019.

 

 

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Supervision of / advice on doctoral dissertations

1. 2009/10-: member of the Advisory Board of O. Christodoulidou's on-going Doct. Diss.: “Η ευδαιμονία ως σκοπός της παιδείας στην όψιμη περίοδο του Νεοελληνικού Διαφωτισμού” (Department of Education, Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies, University of Patras, Greece).

2. 2009/10-2012/13: External Advisor of V. Pasiourtides’ completed Doct. Diss.: “An Annotated Critical Edition of Demetrios Chrysoloras’ ‘Dialogue on Demetrios Kydones’ ‘Antirrhetic against Neilos Kabasilas’”, Royal Holloway College, University of London (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/Hellenic-Institute/studying/Thesis.html).

3. 2012/13-: member of the Advisory Board of I. Kassides’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “The Destiny of γένος: the Concept of Responsibility for the Continuation of the γένος in George Scholarios – Gennadios II” (Department of History, Ionian University, Greece).

4. 2012/13-: External Advisor of M. Konstantinou-Rizos’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “The Transmission of Latin Philosophical and Theological Writings in Late Byzantium: Prochoros Cydones’ Greek Translations of Thomas Aquinas’ 'Quaestiones disputatae de potentia' and 'Quaestiones disputatae de spiritualibus creaturis' and their Manuscript Background”, Royal Holloway College, University of London (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/hellenic-institute/studying/Thesis.html).

5. 2013/14-: member of the Advisory Board of Christina Semertzidou's’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “Aristotle. 'De sensu et sensato'. An Introduction and Commentary” (Department of Philology, University of Ioannina, Greece).

6. 2009/10-: member of the Advisory Board of O. Christodoulidou's on-going Doct. Diss.: “Η ευδαιμονία ως σκοπός της παιδείας στην όψιμη περίοδο του Νεοελληνικού Διαφωτισμού” (Department of Education, Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies, University of Patras, Greece).

7. 2009/10-2012/13: External Advisor of V. Pasiourtides’ completed Doct. Diss.: “An Annotated Critical Edition of Demetrios Chrysoloras’ ‘Dialogue on Demetrios Kydones’ ‘Antirrhetic against Neilos Kabasilas’”, Royal Holloway College, University of London (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/Hellenic-Institute/studying/Thesis.html).

8. 2012/13-: member of the Advisory Board of I. Kassides’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “George Scholarios – Gennadios II”'s Five Treatises On Providence and Predestination" (Department of History, Ionian University, Greece).

9. 2012/13-: External Advisor of M. Konstantinou-Rizos’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “The Transmission of Latin Philosophical and Theological Writings in Late Byzantium: Prochoros Cydones’ Greek Translations of Thomas Aquinas’ 'Quaestiones disputatae de potentia' and 'Quaestiones disputatae de spiritualibus creaturis' and their Manuscript Background”, Royal Holloway College, University of London (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/hellenic-institute/studying/Thesis.html).

10. 2013/14-: member of the Advisory Board of Christina Semertzidou's on-going Doct. Diss.: “Aristotle. 'De sensu et sensato'. An Introduction and Commentary” (Department of Philology, University of Ioannina, Greece).

11. 2014-18: supervisor of the completed thesis of Irini Balcoyiannopoulou: "The Logical Handbook of Scholarios: Structure, Sources, and Innovation" (Department of Education, University of Patras).

12. 2016-:supervisor of the thesis of Dimitrios Karantonis: "Christianity and Hellenism in the Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Praises of the Three Hierarchs" (Department of Education, University of Patras). 

13. 2018-: supervisor of the thesis of Angelos Zaloumis: "Demetrios Kydones’ (c. 1320/25 – 1397/98) Greek Translation of Thomas Aquinas’  (1224/25 – 1274) Handbook of Theology (Summa theologiae), IIa IIae: Critical Edition and Study of its Late Byzantine Reception(Department of Education, University of Patras). Co-supervisor: Prof. Dr. Antonio Rigo (Department of Humanities, Ca'Foscari University of Venice).

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He has translated the following scholarly books and articles into Modern Greek:

1. Basil N. Tatakis, “L’elemento estetico nel pensiero dei Padri Cappadoci”, Rivista di Estetica 6/2, 1961, pp. 219-226; an annotated translation published in: Annales d’Esthétique (Athens) 33, 1994, pp. 181-189.

2. Jonathan Barnes, “Aristotle and Stoic Logic”, in: K. Ierodiakonou (ed.), Topics in Stoic Philosophy, Oxford University Press, 1999, pp. 23-53; translation in: Deukalion (Athens) 15/1, 1997, pp. 29-61.

3. John Marenbon, “What Is Medieval Philosophy?”, in: J. Marenbon, Aristotelian Logic, Platonism, and the Context of Early Medieval Philosophy in the West, Ashgate: Variorum, 2001, study No XVII; translation in: L.G. Benakis / Kl. Oehler / J. Marenbon / J.A. Aertsen / C.G. Steel, Medieval Philosophy. Current Research and Trends (“Greek Byzantium and Latin West: Philosophy - Studies”, No 1; in Modern Greek), Athens: Parousia, 2000, pp. 77-106).

4. Jan A. Aertsen, “Tendencies and Perspectives in the Study of Medieval Philosophy”, in: Bilan et perspectives des Études Médiévales en Europe. Actes du premier Congrès européen d’Études Médiévales (Spoleto, 27-29 mai 1993) édités par J. Hamesse (“Fédération Internationale des Instituts d’Études Médiévales. Textes et études du moyen-âge”, 3), Louvain-la-Neuve 1995, pp. 107-128; translation in: L.G. Benakis et al., pp. 107-138).

5. Carlos G. Steel, “La philosophie médiévale comme expression de son époque”, in: Actualité de la pensée médiévale. Receuil d’articles édités par J. Follon et J. Mc Evoy (“Philosophes Médiévaux”, tome XXXI), Louvain-La-Neuve (Éditions de l’Institut Supérieur de Philosophie, Louvain/Paris), 1994, pp. 79-93 translation in: L.G. Benakis et al., pp. 139-157.

6. Basil N. Tatakis, “Aristote critiqué par Théodoros Métochitès (1260-1332 après J.-C.)”, in: Mélanges offerts à Octave et Melpo Merlier, tome II, Athènes, 1953, pp. 439-445; an annotated translation published in: Byzantiaka 18, 1998, pp. 237-252.

7. Mario Vegetti, Filosofia antica, Bologna, 1975 (translation published by P. Traulos Publ., Athens, 2000, 10th ed. 2010, 436 pp.).

8. Anthony Kenny, Aquinas ('Past Masters'), Oxford University Press, 1980 (translation, with a brief Introduction and endnotes, published by the University of Crete, Athens, 2015).

 

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1. In 2012, he acted as an expert referree for the Evaluation Committee of the French National Research Agency (L'Agence Nationale de la Recherche) (ANR) (Sciences humaines et sociales).

2. In 2012, he acted as an expert referree for the State Scholarships Foundation (Athens, Greece) for applications for postgraduate studies in Theology.

 

Q) REFERENCES TO MY SCHOLARLY WORK 

2000:

1. Prof. Emer. Dr. K.A. Manaphes (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, Univer­si­ty of Athens), «Τὸ ἱστορικὸν καὶ παιδευτικὸν πλαίσιον τῆς ἡσυχαστικῆς ἔριδος», in: G.I. Mantzaridis (ed.), Πρακτικὰ   διεθνῶν   ἐπιστημονικῶν   συνεδρίων   Ἀθηνῶν (13–15 Νοεμ­βρίου 1998) καὶ Λεμεσοῦ (5–7 Νοεμβρίου 1999): “Ὁ   ἅγιος   Γρηγόριος   ὁ   Παλαμᾶς   στὴν  ἱστορία καὶ τὸ παρόν”, The Holy Mountain, 2000, pp. 525–541 (at pp. 532; 538).

2. Dr. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy, The Aca­de­my of Athens), “Introduction” (in Modern Greek) to the collective volume: L.G. Benakis / K. Oehler / J. Marenbon / J.A. Aertsen / C.G. Steel, Μεσαιωνικὴ   φιλοσοφία:  σύγχρονη ἔρευνα καὶ προβληματισμοὶ (“Ἑλληνικὸ Βυζάντιο καὶ λατινικὴ Δύση: ΦιλοσοφίαΜελέτες”, 1), A­thens: Parousia, 2000, pp. 13–20 (at pp. 19–20).

3. Prof. Dr. I.D. Polemis (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, University of Ath­ens), Θεοφάνους   Νικαίας   Ἀπόδειξις   ὅτι   ἐδύνατο   ἐξ   ἀιδίου   γεγενῆσθαι  τὰ  ὄντα καὶ ἀνα­τροπὴ   ταύτης.  Editio princeps. Εἰσαγωγή, κείμενο, μετάφραση, εὑρετήρια (‘Corpus Philosophorum Medii Aevi – Philosophi Byzantini’, 10), Athens: The Academy of Athens, 2000 (at p. 28*).

4. Prof. Dr. Chr. Stamoulis (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), « ἅγιος Γρηγόριος Παλαμᾶς στὴ σύγχρονη ἑλληνικὴ θεολογία», in: G.I. Mantzaridis (ed.), Πρακτικὰ   διεθνῶν   ἐπιστημονικῶν   συνεδρίων  Ἀθηνῶν (13–15 Νοεμβρίου 1998) καὶ Λεμεσοῦ (5–7 Νοεμβρίου    1999): “Ὁ  ἅγιος Γρηγόριος ὁ Παλαμᾶς στὴν ἱστορία καὶ τὸ παρόν”, The Holy Mountain, 2000, pp. 685–708 (at p. 707).

 

2001:

5. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana; Antonianum, Rome), “Considerazioni sulle opere contro i Latini di Barlaam Calabro”, in: A. Fyrigos (ed.), Barlaam Calabro: l’uomo, l’opera, il pensiero (Atti del convegno internazionale Reggio Calabria - Seminara - Gerace, 1012 dicembre 1999), Rome: Gangemi Editore, 2001, pp. 119–126 (at p. 126).

6. Prof. Dr. P. Vladan (Theological Faculty, University of Belgrade), “Personhood and Es­sen­ce in the Theology of St Gregory Palamas”, Bogoslovije 59/1–2, 2001, pp. 175–182.

 

2002:

7. Dr. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy, Τhe Aca­demy of Athens), « παρουσία τοῦ Θωμᾶ Ἀκυινάτη στο Βυζάντιο. νεώτερη ἔρευνα γιά τοὺς ὀπαδοὺς καὶ τοὺς ἀντιπάλους τῆς Σχολαστικῆς στὴν Ἑλληνικὴ Ἀνατολή», in: K. Beis (ed.), Ζῶδὲοὐκέτιἐγώ, ζῇδὲἐνἐμοὶΧριστός. ἈφιέρωμαστὸνἀρχιεπίσκοποΔημήτριο, Athens, 2002, pp. 627–640 (at pp. 632; 635; 639).

8. Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydén (Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages, Uni­ver­sity of Stockholm), “‘To Every Argument There Is a Counter-Argument’: Theodore Metochites’ Defence of Scepticism”, in: K. Ierodiakonou (ed.), Byzantine Philosophy and Its Ancient Sources, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp. 183–217 (at pp. 187; 192; 196; 202; 206; 207; cf. p. 216).

9. Dr. D.K. Chatzimichael (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle Uni­v­er­sity of Thessaloniki), ΜατθαῖοςΚαμαριώτης. Συμβολὴστὴμελέτητοῦβίου, τοῦἔργουκαὶτῆςἐποχῆςτου (Doct. Diss.; Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle Univer­si­ty of Thessaloniki, 2002; Thessaloniki: A. Stamoulis Publ., 2005) (at pp. 27; 120–121).

10. Prof. Emer. Dr. S. Ebbesen (Philosophical Faculty, University of Copenhagen), “Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction”, in: K. Ierodiakonou (ed.), Byzantine Philosophy and Its Ancient Sources, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp. 15–30 (at p. 26; cf. p. 29) (= S. Ebbesen, Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction. Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen. Vol. 1, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, Chapter 2, pp. 719, at p. 17; cf. p. 211).

11. Dr. H. Gunnarsson (University of Gothenburg), Mystical Realism in the Early Theology of Gregory Palamas. Context and Analysis (Doct. Diss.; University of Gothenburg, Faculty of Arts, Department of Religious Studies), Gothenburg, 2002 (pp. 45, 167; 244; cf. p. 262).

12. Dr. P.-M. Palaiologou (Philosophical Faculty, University of Brussels), Deux traités iné­dits de Théodore II Doucas Lascaris: ΠερὶἀρετῆςΠερὶσοφίας. Avec introduction, traduction et commentaire, Paris, École Pratique des Hautes Études, 2002 (at pp. 41; 47; 99–100).

13. Prof. Emer. Dr. T. Pentzopoulou-Valala (Department of Philosophy and Education, Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), “Πυρρωνισμός”; Introduction to: ΣέξτοςἘμπειρικός: Πυρρώνειοιὑποτυπώσεις, Α΄, Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2002 (at pp. 106–112; 119–123; cf. p. 540).

14. Prof. Dr. I.D. Polemis (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, University of A­th­­ens), ΘεόδωροςΜετοχίτης. Ἠθικὸςπερὶπαιδείας. ΕἰσαγωγήκείμενομετάφρασηΚεί­μενα βυζαντινής λογοτεχνίας», 1), Athens: Kanaki, 2nd edition, 2002 (at. p. 173; cf. p. 286).

15. Prof. Emer. Dr. R.E. Sinkewicz (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto), Chapter: “Gregory Palamas”, in: C.G. Conticello / V. Conticello (eds.), La théologie byzantine et sa tradition. Vol. II: XIIIe–XIXe siècles (Centre d’Études des religions du Livre), Turnhout: Brepols, 2002, pp. 131–188 (at p. 163; cf. p. 175).

 

2003:

16. Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydèn (Research fellow of the Department of French, Italian and Clas­sical Languages, University of Gothenburg), Theodore Metochites’ “Stoicheiosis Astronomike” and the Study of Natural Philosophy and Mathematics in Early Palaiologan Byzantium, Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis (Doct. Diss.) (‘Studia Graeca et Latina Gothoburgensia’, LXVI), Gothenburg, 2003 (at pp. 22; 32; 45; 152; 329; 330; 331; 340; 341; cf. p. 490).

17. Prof. Dr. A. Glykofrydi-Leontsini (Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psycho­lo­gy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Athens), “Demetrius Cydones as a Translator of Latin Texts”, in: Ch. Dendrinos / J. Harris / E. Harvalia-Crook / J. Herrin (eds.), Porphyrogenita: Es­says on the History and Literature of Byzantium and the Latin East in Honour of Julian Chrysto­sto­mi­des, Ashgate, 2003, pp. 175–185 (at p. 177).

18. Prof. Emer. Dr. G. Podskalsky (Sankt Georgen Theologische Fakultät, Frankfurt am Main), Von Photius zu Bessarion. Der Vorrang humanistisch geprägter Theologie in Byzanz und deren bleibende Bedeutung (‘Schriften zur Geistesgeschichte des Östlichen Europa’, 25), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2003 (at pp. 42; 43; 85).

19. Prof. Dr. I.D. Polemis (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, University of Athens), “Nikephoros Blemmydes and Gregorios Palamas”, in: A. Rigo (ed.), Gregorio Palamas e oltre. Studi e documenti sulle controversie teologiche del XIV secolo bizantino (‘Orientalia Venetiana’, XVI), Firenze, 2004, pp. 179–190 (= ἘπετηρὶςἙταιρείαςΒυζαντινῶνΣπουδῶν 51, 2003, pp. 325–332; at pp. 182; 187).

20. Prof. Emer. Dr. N.M. Psimmenos (Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology, Philosophical Faculty, University of Ioannina), «Ύβρις και επιχείρημα: ο Ματθαίος Καμαριώ­της για τον Γεώργιο Γεμιστό-Πλήθωνα», Δωδώνη (Philosophical Faculty, University of Ioanni­na) 32/3, 2003, pp. 49–101 (at p. 96).

21. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy at the Acade­my of Athens), “Latin Literatue in Byzantium: The Meeting Point of Two Cultures”, in: The Idea of European Community in History. Conference Proceedings, vol. I, Athens: National and Kapodi­st­ri­an University of Athens / Hellenic Ministry of Education, 2003, pp. 133140 (at pp. 134; 136 138) (repr.: L.G. Benakis, Byzantine Philosophy: B, Athens: Parousia, 2013, pp. 3946; cf. pp. 4043; 45).

22. Assoc. Prof. Dr. G. Zographides (Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessa­lon­iki), « παντοκράτωρ Ζεὺς τοῦ Πλήθωνος: ἑνολογία, μοναρχία, πολυθεϊσμός», in: L.G. Be­nakis / Ch. Baloglou (eds.), ΔιεθνὴςἙταιρείαΠληθωνικῶνκαὶΒυζαντινῶνΜελετῶν. Πρα­­κτι­κὰΔιεθνοῦςΣυνεδρίουἀφιερωμένουστὸνΠλήθωνακαὶτὴνἐποχήτου, μὲτήσυμπλή­ρωση 550 ἐτῶνἀπὸτὸνθάνατότου (Μυστρᾶς, 26–29 Ἰουνίου 2002), Athens/Mistras, 2003, pp. 127–159 (at p. 151).

 

2004:

23. Dr. M.-H. Congourdeau (French National Center for Scientific Research, Centre d’his­toire et civilisation de Byzance), “Nicolas Cabasilas et le palamisme”, in: A. Rigo (ed.), Gregorio Pa­lamas e oltre. Studi e documenti sulle controversie teologiche del XIV secolo bizantino (‘Orientalia Ve­netiana’, XVI), Firenze, 2004, pp. 191–210 (at pp. 194; 197; 198; cf. p. 208).

24. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana; Antonianum, Rome), “Tomismo e anti-to­mi­smo a Bisanzio. Con una nota sulla Defensio S. Thomae adversus Nilum Cabasilam di Demetrio Cidone”, in: A. Molle (ed.), Tommaso d’Aquino e il mondo bizantino, Venafro: Edizioni Eva, 2004, pp. 27–71 (at pp. 51; 55; 56).

 

2005:

25. Dr. D.K. Chatzimichael (Department of Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), ΓεώργιοςΓεμιστός-Πλήθων, Νόμωνσυγγραφή: έναόραμαγιαμιαιδανικήπολιτεία. Εισαγω­γή, κείμενο, μετάφραση, σχόλια, Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2005 (at p. 429; cf. p. 471).

26. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana; Antonianum, Rome), Dalla controversia pa­la­mitica alla polemica esicastica. Con un’edizione critica delle epistole greche di Barlaam, Pontificia Uni­versità Antoniana (‘Medioevo’, 11), Rome, 2005 (at pp. 7; 67; 81; 108; 109; 154; 190; 191).

27. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Sofia), Philosophie in Byzanz, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2005 (at pp. 273; 274; 279; 326; 339; 344; cf. p. 349).

28. S.B. Stolingas, « διδασκαλία τοῦ ἁγίου Γρηγορίου Παλαμᾶ γιὰ τὴν ἐκπόρευση τοῦ ἁγίου Πνεύματος καὶ οἱ πηγές της», Ἐκκλησιαστικὸςφάρος 76, 2005, pp. 165–193 (at p. 190; cf. p. 192).

29. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Die Eucharistie-Diskussion im lateinischen Mittelalter und ihre Inkommensurabilität mit der Östlichen Tradition”, in: R. Forrai / G. Geréby / I. Perczel (eds.), The Eucharist in Theo­lo­gy and Philosophy. Issues of Doctrinal History in East and West from Patristic Age to the Reformation (‘Ancient and Medieval Philosophy - Series I’, 35), Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2005, pp. 209228 (at p. 226; cf. p. 422).

30. Prof. D. Bianconi (Uvirersita di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’), “’Gregorio Palamas e oltre’: qual­che riflessione su cultura profana, libri e prattiche intellettuali nella controversia palamitica”, Medioevo greco 5, 2005, pp. 93119 (at p. 99).

 

2006:

31. Dr. S.J. Kang (University of Freiburg), Prädizierbarkeit des Akzidens zur Theorie der “denomi­nativa” (“nomina sumpta”) im Kategorienkommentar Abailards. Inauguraldissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität zu Freiburg i. Br., 2006 (at p. 245).

32. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Sofia), “Die nicht-psychologische Deutung des Menschen bei Gregorios Palamas”, Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur 12, 2006, pp. 187–198 (at pp. 187; 188; 190; 192; 198).

33. Prof. Dr. J. Nadàl-Cañellas (Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Rome), La resistance d’Akin­dy­nos à Grégoire Palamas. Avec traduction et commentaire de quatre traités édités récemment. Vol. II: Commentaire historique (‘Spicilegium sacrum Lovaniense. Études et documents’, fasc. 51), Leu­ven: Peeters, 2006 (at p. 157; cf. p. 331).

34. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty, the University of Bari), “‘Un uomo sapiente ed apostolico’. Agostino a Bizanzio: Gregorio Palamas lettore del De Trini­tate”, Quaestio: Annuario di storia della metafisica (Università degli Studi di Bari) 6, 2006, pp. 131–189 (at pp. 143; 152; 156; 158; 160–161; 175; 179; 183; 187).

35. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bari), Eustrazio di Nicea. Studio storico-dottrinale sul Commento al libro VI del’‘Ethica Nicomachea’. Dottorato di ricerca in filo­so­fia e storia della filosofia. Tesi dottorale, Università degli Studi di Bari, 2006 (at p. 32; cf. p. 306).

36. Dr. B. Tambrun-Krasker (C.N.R.S., Laboratoire d’études sur les monothéismes), Pléthon: Le retour de Platon, Paris: Vrin, 2006, pp. 50; 57 (cf. p. 278).

 

2007:

37. Dr. G. Guldentops / Prof. Dr. A. Speer / Dr. Dr. M. Trizio / Dr. D. Wirmer (Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne), “Philosophische Kommentare im Mittelalter – Zugänge und Orientierungen”, Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Philosophie 32/2, 2007, pp. 157–177 (at pp. 173; 174).

38. Dr. F. Siri (University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’), Le “Institutiones in sacram paginam” di Si­mo­ne di Tournai: testo e studio dottrinale. Laurea specialiastica in Filosofia e Studi teorico-critici, Univer­si­tà degli Studi di Roma ‘La Sapienza’, Rome, 2007 (at pp. 69–71).

39. Dr. M. Stavrou (Centre d’Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, Collège de France), Ni­cé­phore Blemmydès. Œuvres théologiques. Tome I. Introduction, texte critique, traduction et notes (‘Sour­ces chrétiennes’, 517), Paris: Cerf, 2007 (at p. 120; cf. p. 151).

40. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty, University of Bari), “Byz­an­tine Philosophy as a Contemporary Historiographical Project”, Recherches de théologie et philo­so­phie médiévales 74/1, 2007, pp. 247–294 (at pp. 249; 250; 264; 268; 270).

 

2008:

41. Prof. Dr. F.W. Bautz, "Gennadius II. (Georgios Scholarios)", in: Biographisch-biblio­graphisches Kirchenlexikon, II. Band (http://www.bautz.de/bbkl/g/gennadius_ii.shtml)

42. Dr. M.-H. Blanchet (C.N.R.S.), Georges-Gennadios Scholarios (vers 1400 – vers 1472): Un intellectuel orthodoxe face à la disparition de l’empire byzantine (‘Archives de l’orient chrétien’, 20), Paris, 2008 (at pp. 181; 283; 508; 523; cf. p. 514).

43. Dr. M. Đorđević (Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne), “The Sacramental-Erotic Life in Christ in Saint Nicholas Cabasilas”, Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur 14, 2008, pp. 200–242 (at p. 218).

44. Prof. Dr. G. Makris (Seminar für Byzantinistik, Centrum für Geschichte und Kultur des östlichen Mittelmeeraums, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster), „Plethon (Gemistos, Georgios)“, in: Biographisch-bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon, II. Band

(http://www.bautz.de/bbkl/p/plethon.shtml)

45. Dr. Gr. Mpagavos, Ιωάννης ΣΤ΄ Καντακουζηνός: το θεολογικό του έργο (Doct. Diss., De­partment of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), 2008 (at p. 216; cf. p. 245).

46. Dr. F. Pagani (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa / Berlin), “Filosofia e teologia in Giorgio Gemisto Pletone: la testimonianza dei codici platonici”, Rinascimento 49, 2008, pp. 3–45 (at p. 6).

47. Prof. Dr. C. Stamoulis (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle Univer­sity of Thessaloniki), γυναίκατοῦΛὼτκαὶσύγχρονηθεολογία, Athens: Indiktos, 2008 (at p. 112).

48. Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. A. Speer (Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne), “Benedikts XVI. Unbehagen am Mittelalter – oder: Warum es keine Hellenismus-Renaissance geben kann”, in: E. Dirscherl / Chr. Dohmen (eds.), Glaube und Vernunft. Spannungsreiche Grundlage europaïscher Geistesgeschichte, Freiburg/Basel/Wien: Herder, 2008, pp. 63–85 (at p. 65).

 

2009:

49. Dr. M.-H. Congourdeau (French National Centre for Scientific Research, Centre d’His­toire et civilisation de Byzance), “Nicolas Cabasilas et la théologie latine”, in: A. Rigo / P. Ermi­l­ov (eds.), Byzantine Theologians. The Systematization of their Own Doctrine and their Reception of Fo­r­eign Doctrines (‘Quaderni di Νέα Ρώμη’, 3), Rome: Università degli Studi di Roma ‘Tor Ver­ga­ta’, 2009, pp. 169–179 (at pp. 175–176).

50. Dr. Ch. C. Emil, Θεολογία, θεοπτία και θέωση: από τον άγιο Συμεών τον Νέο Θεολόγο στον άγιο Γρηγόριο Παλαμά (Doct. Diss., Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aris­t­otle University of Thessaloniki), 2009 (at pp. 110111; cf. p. 263).

51. Assist. Prof. Dr. J. Matula (Department of Philosophy, Centre for Medieval and Renais­sance Studies, Palacky University, Olomouc), “Science and Religion in Byzantine Thought: Ske­psis and Paganism”, in: P. Losonczi / A. Szigeti / M. Vassányi (eds.), Religio Academici. Essays on Scepticism, Religion and the Pursuit of Knowledge, Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2009, pp. 54–64 (at p. 57).

52. Assist. Prof. Dr. G.D. Panagopoulos (Ecclesiastical Academy of Vella, Ioan­ni­na), «Δυτι­κές επιδράσεις στο θεολογικό έργο του Ευγένιου Βούλγαρη», in: E. Angelommati-Tsounga­ra­ki (ed.), ΙόνιοΠανεπιστήμιο, ΤμήμαΙστορίας. Ευγένιος Βούλγαρης. Πρακτικά διεθνούς επι­στημονικού συνεδρίου (Κέρκυρα, 1–3 Δεκεμβρίου 2006), Athens, 2009, pp. 271–292 (at p. 285).

53. Assoc. Prof. Dr. E. Tempelis (Division of Humanities, Hellenic Naval Academy, Athens), «Η πρόσληψη του Ευγένιου Βούλγαρη σε έργα των Νεόφυτου Δούκα και Κωνσταντίνου-Μιχαήλ Κούμα», in: E. Angelommati-Tsoungaraki (ed.), Ιόνιο Πανεπιστήμιο, Τμήμα Ιστορί­ας. Ευγένιος Βούλγαρης. Πρακτικά διεθνούς επιστημονικού συνεδρίου (Κέρκυρα, 1–3 Δεκεμ­βρίου 2006), Athens: Ionian University / Kanaki, 2009, pp. 493–508 (at p. 495).

54. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (Philosophical Faculty, University of Bari), “Alcune osservazioni sulla ricezione bizantina del De Trinitate di Agostino”, in: A. Rigo / P. Ermilov (eds.), Byzantine Theo­lo­gians. The Systematization of their Own Doctrine and their Reception of Foreign Doctrines (‘Quaderni di Νέα Ρώμη’, 3), Rome: Università degli Studi di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’, 2009, pp. 143–168 (at pp. 161–165; 167).

55. Dr. B. Tătaru-Casaban (Institut d’Histoire des religions, Académie Roumaine, Buca­rest), “Thomas Aquinas and Medieval Philosophy in Romanian Culture (18001947) (translated by A.N. Blyth)”, Χώρα. Revue d’Études Anciennes et Médiévales – philosophie, théologie, sciences 7/8, 2009/10 (Dossier Thomas d’Aquin), pp. 255–282 (at p. 256).

56. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Byzanz”: Ch. VII.7, in: C. Horn / J. Müller / J.R. Söder (eds.), Platon-Handbuch: Leben – Werk – Wirkung, Stuttgart / Weimar: J.B. Metzler / Hermann, 2009, pp. 433–439 at p. 438; cf. p. 439).

57. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty, University of Bari), “Le vie della spiritualità monastica a Bizanzio” (review-article on: A. Rigo (ed.), Mistici bizantini, Tori­no, 2008), Quaestio: Annuario di storia della metafisica (Università degli Studi di Bari) 9, 2009, pp. 412–417 (at pp. 414; 416–417).

 

2010:

58. Dr. M.-H. Congourdeau (French National Centre for Scientific Research, Centre d’His­toire et civilisation de Byzance), Correspondance de Nicolas Cabasilas. Textes traduits et commentés, Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2010 (at pp. xv; 59; cf. p. 226).

59. Prof. Dr. K. Ierodiakonou (Department of History, Philosophy and Methodology of Sci­ence, University of Athens), “Byzantium”, in: R. Pasnau / Chr. van Dyke (eds.), The Cam­b­r­id­ge History of Medieval Philosophy, Vols. I–II, Cambridge University Press, 2010, pp. 39–49 (at p. 41).

60. Dr. P. Metso, Divine Presence in the Eucharistic Theology of Nicholas Cabasilas (‘University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Education, Humanities, and Theology’, 2), Joensuu: Univer­si­ty of Eastern Finland, 2010 (at p. 16).

61. Lecturer Dr. M. Bălan (Philosophical Faculty, University of Bucharest), “Categoriile lui Ari­stotel ca text de autoritate (din secolul al IV-lea până în timpul lui Anselm”, Analele Uni­ver­sităţii Bucureşti. Filosofie 59, 2010, pp. 143157 (at p. 151).

62. Senior Lecturer Dr. R. Paranko (Department of Classical, Byzantine and Medieval Stu­dies, Faculty of Humanities, Ukrainian Catholic University), “A Byzantine Intellectual of the 14th Century at the Crossroads of Theology and Politics: First Apology by Demetrius Cydones” (in Ukrainian, with an English Summary), Bulletin of the Ukrainian Theological Faculty (НауковізапискиУкраїнськогокатолицькогоуніверситету) 2, 2010, pp. 229285 (at p. 236).

63. Prof. Emer. Dr. St. G. Papadopoulos (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, University of Athens), Πατρολογία, vol. III, Athens: Grigoris, 2010 (at p. 332).

 

2011:

64. Dr. C.G. Conticello, “Le projet d’un répertoire des traductions de textes chrétiens du la­tin au grec (IIIe–XVe s.): quelques exemples”, in: M. Loubet / D. Pralon (eds.), Eukarpa. Études sur la Bible et ses exégètes, Paris: Cerf, 2011, pp. 225–233 (at p. 226).

65. Senior Lecturer Dr. Ch. Dendrinos (Director of the Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), “Manuel II Palaeologus in Paris (1400–1402): Theology, Diplomacy and Politics”, in: M. Hinterberger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Peeters, 2011, pp. 397–422 (at pp. 406; 407).

66. Prof. Dr. K. Ierodiakonou (Department of History, Philosophy and Methodology of Sci­en­ce, University of Athens), “The Western Influence on Late Byzantine Aristotelian Com­men­ta­ries”, in: M. Hinterberger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Pee­ters, 2011, pp. 373–383 (at p. 379).

67. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Lateinische Einflüsse auf die Antilateiner: Philosophie versus Kirchenpolitik?”, in: M. Hin­ter­berger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recher­ches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Peeters, 2011, pp. 385–395 (at p. 389).

68. Dr. I. Trif (Orthodox Theological Faculty of the University of Bucharest), The Doctrine of St. Gregory Palamas on the Uncreated Energies (in Rumanian; Doct. Diss., Orthodox Theological Faculty of the University of Bucharest), Bucharest, 2011 (at p. 229).

69. Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Đorđević (St. Clement of Ohrid Theological Faculty, University in Skopje), Nikolaοs Kabasilas: ein Weg zu einer Synthese der Traditionen. Untersuchung (Inaugural­dissertation zur Erlangung der Philosophischen Doktorwürde vorgelegt der Philosophischen Fakultät der Unversität zu Köln), Köln, 2011, pp. 8 (bis); 13; 147; 148 (bis); 155; 168; 170171 (ter); 174; 175; 177; 178; 191; 193; 197 (cf. p. 234).

70. Dr. D. I. Makarov (Docent of the Ekaterinburg Theological Seminary), “The Image of St. Melchizedek in Eulogy of the Holy Theotokos by Theophanes of Nicaea” (in Russian, with an Eng­l­ish Summary), Bulletin of the Ekaterinburg Theological Seminary 2, 2011, pp. 2636 (at p. 2728).

71. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani (State University of New York), George Amoiroutzes. The Phi­lo­sopher and His Treatises (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 12), Leuven: Peeters, 2011 (at p. 5; cf. p. 203).

72. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani (State University of New York), Bessarion Scholasticus. A Stu­dy of Cardinal Bessarion’s Latin Library (‘Βυζάντιος. Studies in Byzantine History and Civiliza­tion’), Turnhout: Brepols, 2011 (at pp. 30–31; 62; 64; 65; 66; 68; 77–78; cf. pp. 251–252).

73. Dr. N. Siniossoglou (Postdoctoral Fellow at King's College, London), Radical Platonism in Byzantium. Illumination and Utopia in Gemistos Plethon (‘Cambridge Classical Studies’), Camb­ridge: Camb­ridge University Press, 2011 (at pp. 177; 267–268; 313; 314; 320; cf. p. 434).

74. Prof. Dr. A. Rigo (Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell'Università di Venezia Ca’Foscari), “Textes spirituels occidentaux en grec: les œuvres d’Arnaud de Villeneuve et quelques autres exem­ples (avec une annexe sur les illustrations du Petropolitanus graecus 113 par Andrea Ba­buin)”, in: M. Hinterberger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Peeters, 2011, pp. 219–242 (at p. 223).

75. Dr. K.A. Palaiologos (University of London), An Annotated Edition of the “Refutation of the Errors of the Latins” by Matthaios Blastaris. A Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philo­sophy at the University of London (Royal Holloway and Bedford New College), 2011 (http://pure.rhul.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/an-annotated-edition-of-the-refutation-of-the-errors-of-the-latins-by-matthaios-blastares(ce199c90-4005-41a0-a879-3082c2d1a3b2).html) (at pp. 19; 3435; cf. p. 477).

76. Lecturer Dr. N. Tãnase, “Palamas’ Theology: a Hermeneutical Key” (in Rumanian), Teologie si viata (Serie nuova) 21, 2011, pp. 45–76 (at pp. 66–67).

77. Assoc. Prof. Dr. E. Tempelis (Division of Humanities, Hellenic Naval Academy, Athens), «“ μόνε σύ γε περὶ τούτων οὕτως ἀκρίτως ἐν μέσῃ τῇ γραμματικῇ λέσχῃ φιλοσοφεῖν καὶ θεολογεῖν θρασυνόμενε!”. Όψεις των σχέσεων της Γραμματικής και της Φιλοσοφίας με τη Θεο­λογία κατά τους Ευγένιο Βούλγαρη και Νεόφυτο Καυσοκαλυβίτη», in: Ελληνικό Ανοι­κτό Πανεπιστήμιο. Επιστημονική Επιθεώρηση του Μεταπτυχιακού Προγράμματος «Σπουδές στην Ορθόδοξη Θεολογία» 2, 2011, pp. 457479, at pp. 467; 468469; 470; 475 (cf. p. 478).

78. Dr. S. Gerogiorgakis / Dr. R. Scheel / Dr. D. Schorkowitz, “Kulturtransfer ver­gleichend betrachtet“, in: M. Borgolte / J. Dücker / M. Müllerburg / B. Schneidmüller (eds.), Integration und Desintegration der Kulturen im europäischen Mittelalter, Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2011, pp. 385465 (at p. 414; cf. p. 454).

79. Dr. Ch. Malaes, Η αναίρεση του δόγματος της «αναλογίας του όντος» με βάση τα συγγράμματα του Γρηγορίου Παλαμά (διδακτορική διατριβή, Τμήμα Ποιμαντικής και Κοινωνικής Θεολογίας, Θεολογική Σχολή Α.Π.Θ.), Thessaloniki, 2011, pp. 123; 128; 156; 157; 202; 299 (cf. p. 374).

 

2012:

80. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Sofia), “Vier Arten, den Westen zu bewältigen”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knoten­punkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’, 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 332 (at pp. 1920; 25; 26; 27).

81. Prof. Emer. D. Gutas (Philosophical Faculty, Yale University), “Arabic into Byzantine Greek: Introducing a Survey of the Translations”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knoten­punkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 246–262 (at pp. 247–248).

82. Dr. C. Triantafyllopoulos (The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of Lon­don), “The Thomist Basis of Prochoros Kydones’ anti-Palamite Writing De essentia et operatione Dei and the Reaction of the Byzantine Church”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knoten­punkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 411–431 (at pp. 414; 415; 416; 420; 421; 422).

83. Dr. V. Pasiourtidis (The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), “Theological Encounters and Cultural Identity in Late Byzantium: Demetrios Chrysoloras’ Unpublished Fictitious Dialogue Refuting Demetrios Kydones’ Defence of Thomas Aquinas”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knotenpunkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechsel­beziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 431–438 (at p. 431).

84. Prof. Dr. D. Searby (Philosophical Faculty, University of Stockholm), “Demetrios Ky­do­nes: Defending Thomas Aquinas or Defending Himself?”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knotenpunkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Medi­ae­valia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 439451 (at p. 447).

85. Prof. Dr. C. Stamoulis (Department of Theology, Faculty of Theology, Aristotle Univer­si­ty of Thessaloniki), “’Ἐγώ εἰμι ὤν’: η διαλεκτική φύσεως και προσώπου στη νεώτερη Ορ­θό­δοξη θεολογία και ο θεολογικός ολισμός του αγίου Γρηγορίου του Παλαμά”, Σύνθε­σις/Synthesis (Review of the Faculty of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) 1, 2012, pp. 76–87 (at p. 84).

86. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bari), “’Una è la verità che pervade ogni cosa’. La sapienza profana nelle opere perdute di Barlaam Calabro”, in: A. Rigo (ed.), Byzantine Theology and its Philosophical Background (‘Studies in Byzantine History and Civi­li­zation’, 4), Turnhout: Brepols, 2012, pp. 108–139 (at p. 109).

87. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani (State University of New York, Albany), “The Greeks and Renaissance Humanism”, in: D. Rundle (ed.), Humanism in Fifteenth-Century Europe (‘Medium Aevum Monographs’, 30), Oxford: The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Litera­ture, 2012, pp. 31–78 (at pp. 36; 37–38; 39–40).

88. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana, Rome), “San Tommaso a Bizanzio, il car­di­nale Bessarione e la controversia su Platone e Aristotele nel quattrocento bizantino”, in: A. Gut­kowski / E. Prinzivalli (eds.), Bessarione e la sua Accademia (Academia Cardinalis Bessarionis. Cultus et lectura Patrum, ‘Bessarione’, 12), Roma: Casa Editrice Miscellanea Francescana, 2012, pp. 101132 (at. pp. 104; 107; 108; 110).

89. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Die Verteilung von Konstantinopel 1368 – Universalansprüche und Provinzialisierung”, in: A. Musco (ed.), Universality of Reason. Pluralities of Philosophy in the Middle Ages. XII Congresso internazionale di Filosofia Medievale (Palermo, 1722 settembre 2007), vol. I: Sessioni plenarie, Paler­mo: Officina di Studi Medievali, Palermo, 2012, pp. 179193 (at p. 192).

90. Prof. Dr. K. Ierodiakonou (Department of History, Philosophy and Methodology of Sci­ence, University of Athens) / Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydén (Department of French, Italian and Clas­si­cal Languages, University of Stockholm), “Greek Philosophy”, in: J. Marenbon (ed.), The Oxf­ord Handbook of Medieval Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 29–57 (at p. 43; cf. p. 53).

91. Prof. Dr. J. Schmutz (Paris Sorbonne University, Department of Philosophy and Socio­lo­gy), “Medieval Philosophy after the Middle Ages”, in: J. Marenbon (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 245266 (at p. 257; cf. p. 260).

92. Prof. Emer. J. G. Dellis (University of Patras), «Τὰ ΣτοιχεῖαΦιλοσοφικῆςἨθικῆς τοῦ Νεο­φύτου Βάμβα (17701855) μετάφραση τῆς Philosophia Moralis τοῦ Franciscus Jacquier (17111788)», ΚεφαλληνιακὰΧρονικά 13, 2012, pp. 21118 (at pp. 33; 37).

93. Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydén (Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages, Uni­versity of Stockholm), “A Case for Creationism: Christian Cosmology in the 5th and 6th Centu­ries”, in: B. Bydén / K. Ierodiakonou (eds.), The Many Faces of Byzantine Philosophy (‘Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens’, Series IV, Vol. 1), Athens: The Norwe­gian Institute at Athens, 2012, pp. 79107 (at p. 105; cf. p. 106).

94. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bari), “On the Byzantine Fortune of Eustratios of Nicaea’s Commentary on Books I and VI of the Ni­comachean Ethics”, in: B. Bydén / K. Ierodiakonou (eds.), The Many Faces of Byzantine Philo­sophy (‘Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens’, Series IV, Vol. 1), Athens: The Norwegian Institute at Athens, 2012, pp. 199224 (at p. 208; cf. p. 222).

95. Prof. Dr. P.R. Blum (Loyola University, Maryland), Studies on Early Modern Aristotelian­ism (‘History of Science and Medicine Library. Scientific and Learned Cultures and their Institu­tions’, Vol. 30), Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2012 (at p. 80; cf. p. 340).

96. Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Plested (Marquette University), Orthodox Readings of Aquinas, Oxf­ord: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 35; 105106; 117; 118; 131 (cf. pp. 232; 239).

97. N. Russell (Oxford), “The Reception of Palamas in the West Today”, Θεολογία 83/3, 2012, pp. 622 (at pp. 1819).

98. Dist. Prof. J. Monfasani (State University of New York, Albany), “A Note on George Amiroutzes (ca. 1400 – ca. 1469) and his Moral Argument against the Transmigration of the Soul”, Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale (Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Mé­diévale / University of Notre Dame: Brepols) 54, 2012, pp. 125–135 (at p. 131).

99. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani, “George Gemistos Pletho and the West: Greek Émigrés, La­tin Scholasticism and Renaissance Humanism”, in: M.S. Brownlee / D.H. Gondicas (eds.), Re­naissance Encounters: Greek East and Latin West (Leiden / Boston, 2013), 1934 (at pp. 1921).

100. Dist. Prof. J. Monfasani, “The Greeks and Renaissance Humanism”, in: D. Rundle (ed.), Humanism in the 15th-Century Europe, Oxford 2012, pp. 31–78 (at pp. 36; 37–38; 39–40).

 

2013:

101. Dr. V. Pasiourtidis (Royal Holloway, University of London), An Annotated Critical Edi­tion of Demetrios Chrysoloras’ ‘Dialogue on Demetrios Kydones’ ‘Antirrhetic against Neilos Kabasilas’, Royal Holloway College, University of London, 2013 (at pp. 20; 21; 33; 43; 44; 65; 67; 69; 123; 130; cf. pp. 407408).

102. Dr. Makale Künye Bilgisi, “Sultan Yildirim Bayezid and Ottomans in the Letters of Ma­nuel II Palaeologus”, The Journal of Academic Social Science Studies 6/3, 2013, pp. 301320 (at p. 304; cf. p. 319).

103. Chr. W. Kappes, “A Provisional Definition of Byzantine Theology contra “Pillars of Ortho­do­xy?”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica 40/1, 2013, pp. 187202 (at pp. 189; 191; 192; 197).

104. Sen. Lect. Dr. Ch. Dendrinos (Royal Holloway, University of London), “When East Met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium”, Nico­laus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 713 (at 10).

105. Dr. V. Pasiourtidis (Royal Holloway, University of London), “Reality in an Imaginary Dialogue between the Greek East and the Latin West: Demetrios Chrysoloras vs. Demetrios Kydones”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 3147 (at 34; 35; 39; 46).

106. Dr. K.A. Palaiologos (Royal Holloway, University of London), “The Use of Latin The­o­logical Sources in Matthaios Blatares’ Treatise On the Errors of the Latins”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 4970 (at pp. 52; 62; 69).

107. Chr. W. Kappes, “The Latin Sources of the Palamite Theology of George-Gennadius Scholarius”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica Istituto San Nicola (Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 71111 (at pp. 74; 75; 78; 79; 80; 84; 85; 91; 92; 94; 95; 96; 97; 98; 103; 105; 108; 109; 112; 113).

108. Prof. Emer. A. Louth (Durham University), “The Reception of St Augustine in Late By­z­antium”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 115123 (at p. 118).

109. Chr. W. Kappes, “Idolizing Paganism – Demonizing Christianity: A Propos: N. Sinios­so­­glou, Radical Platonism in Byzantium: Illumination and Utopia in Gemistos Plethon”, Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur 19, 2013, pp. 210–243 (at 213 bis; 221; 222; 223; 224; 239 ter; 240 bis).

110. Prof. Dr. D.I. Makarov (Russian Federal Pedagogical University at Yekaterniburg), “Determining the Historical Context of Theophanes of Nicaea’s Theological Propensities”, Phronema 28/1, 2013, pp. 29–52 (at p. 37).

111. Assist. Prof. Dr. E. Muehlberger (University of Michigan), Angels in Late Ancient Chris­ti­anity, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, p. 227 (cf. p. 265).

112. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy at the Aca­de­my of Athens), Theodore of Smyrna. Epitome of Nature and Natural Principles according to the Anc­ients. Editio Princeps. Introduction - Text - Indices (‘Corpus philosophorum Medii Aevi – Philoso­phi Byzantini’, 12 (reprinted in: L.G. Benakis, Byzantine Philosophy: B, Athens: Parousia, 2013, pp. 397–417, at p. 411).

113. G. Steiris / A. Lyckoura, “La perception et la valorisation de la philosophie arabe dans la Résumé de la 'Somme théologique' de Saint Thomas d’Aquin de Georges Gennadios Scholarios: les cas d’Avicenne et Averroès”, in: G. Arabatzis (ed.), Marges de la philosophie byzantine, Ath­ens: Kardamitsa, pp. 51–74 (at pp. 54–55).

114. Prof. Dr. A. Cameron (Keble College, Oxford), “The Cost of Orthodoxy”, Church History and Religious Culture 93/3, 2013, pp. 339–361.

115. Prof. Dr. B. Crostini (University of Uppsala), “Byzantine World (to 1453)”, in: K. Poll­man / W. Otten (eds.), The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine, vol. 2, Oxford U.P., pp. 726–734 (at p. 731; cf. p. 733).

116. F. Dell’Acqua, “Il fuoco, le vetrate delle origini e la mistica medievale”, in: E. Menesto (ed.), Settimane di studio della Fondazione Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo. “Il fuoco nell’Al­to Medioevo” (Spoleto, 12–17 aprile 2012), Spoleto, pp. 557–591 (at pp. 567; 569).

117. I. Polemis, “Nicholas Cabasilas’ De vita in Christo and Its Context”, Byzantinische Zeit­schrift 106/1, 2013, pp. 101–132 (at p. 102).

118. M. Cacouros, “Ε’ κα Στ’ τόμος τῶν Ἁπάντων τῶν εὑρισκομένων τοῦ Γεωργίου Γεν­να­­δίου Σχολαρίου. Προοιμιακὸ δοκίμιο”, in: Μεταβυζαντινὰ κείμενα. Τόμος 5: Γεννάδιος Σχο­­λά­ριος, Ε’, Athens, 2013, pp. 1*–172* (at pp. 11*; 12*; 15*; 20; 22*; 26*).

119. B. Bydén, “‘No Prince of Perfection’: Byzantine anti-Aristotelianism in the Byzantine Era from the Patristic Period to Pletho”, in: D. Angelov / M. Saxby (ed.), Byzantium Behind the Scenes: Power and Subversion, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 147–76 (at pp. 148; 161).

120. Dr. D. Manolova, Discourses of Science and Philosophy in the Letters of Nikephoros Gregoras (Doct. Diss., Central European University, Budapest), 2013, pp. 25; 60; 215; 216 (cf. p. 246).

121. Assist. Prof. A. Ziaka (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle Universi­ty of Thessaloniki), «Για μια θεολογία των θρησκειών: Γεννάδιος Σχολάριος και ο συμφι­λι­ωτι­κός του λόγος με το Ισλάμ», Θεολογία 84/2, 2013, pp. 193–208 (at p. 197).

122. Dr. A. Switkiewicz-Blandzi, Interpretacja mysli Pseudo-Dionizego w wybranych dzielach Grzegorza Palamasa. Praca doctorska napisana por kierunkiem: Uniwersytetu im. Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczajny (Doct. Diss.), 2013, p. 43 (cf. p. 219).

 

 

2014:

123. Dr. Th. Alexopoulos (Universität zu Berlin), Areopagitic Influences and Neoplatonic (Plotitian) Echoes in Photius’ Amphilochia, Question 180”, Byzantinische Zeitschrift 107/1, 2014, pp. 1–36 (at p. 12).

124. Assoc. Prof. L. Bene (University of Budapest), “Constructing Pagan Platonism: Ple­th­on’s Theory of Fate and the Ancient Philosophical Tradition”, in: P.R. Blum / J. Matula (eds.), Geor­gios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance, Olomouc: University of Olo­mouc, 2014, pp. 41–71 (at pp. 46; 47; 64–67; cf. pp. 70–71).

125. Chr. W. Kappes / J.I. Goff / T.A. Giltner, “Palamas among the Scholastics: A Review Es­say Discussing D. Bradshaw, C. Athanasopoulos, C. Schneider et al., Divine Essence and Div­ine Energies: Ecumenical Reflections on the Presence of God in Eastern Orthodoxy, Cambridge: James and Clarke, 2013”, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 55/1–2, 2014, pp. 175–220 (at pp. 181; 182; 183; 205; 207).

126. Assist. Prof. Dr. S. Mariev (University of Munich), “Plethon and Scholarios on Delibe­ra­tion in Art and Nature”, in: J. Matula / P.R. Blum (eds.), Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzan­tine and the Latin Renaissance (Olomouc, 10–12 May 2013), Olomouc, University of Olomouc, 2014, pp. 113–142 (at pp. 122–123; cf. p. 140).

127. J. Matula, “The Fate of Plethon’s Criticism of Averroes”, in: J. Matula / P.R. Blum (eds.), Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance (Olomouc, 10–12 May 2013), Olomouc, University of Olomouc, 2014, pp. 293–322 (at pp. 298; 299; cf. p. 316).

128. Prof. Emer. P. Schreiner (University of Cologne), Byzanz in der geistigen Ausein­andersetzung mit den Osmanen. Ein Überblick“, in: R. Lauer / H.G. Majer / N. Maisheva / A. Laski (ed.), Osmanen und Islam in Südesteuropa (‘Abhandlungen der Akademie der Wissen­schaften in Göttingen. Philologisch-Historische Klasse. Neue Folge’, 24), Berlin, 2014, pp. 103–116 (at p. 103; cf. p. 114).

129. Dr. M. Fanelli, Le élites ecclesiastiche bizantine a fronte alla minaccia turca nel XIV secolo: L’Athos, Gregorio Palamas, Giovanni VI Cantacuzeno e il patriarcha Callisto I (Doct. Diss.), Università degli Studi di Padova, Padova, 2014 (at p. 244).

 

130. Prof. Chr. W. Kappes (Pennsylvania), The Immaculate Conception: Why Thomas Aquinas Denied, While John Duns Scotus, Gregory Palamas, and Mark Eugenicus Professed the Absolute Immaculate Existence of Mary, New Bedford, MA: Academy of the Immaculate, 2014, pp. 72; 89; 92; 94-95; 115; 120-121; 130; 167;183; 192.

 

2015:

131. Dr. M. Briel (Fordham University), A Greek Thomist: Providence in Gennadios Scholarios (Doct. Diss., Fordham University), pp. 10; 95; 99; 104–106; 107; 135; 137; 138; 139; 154; 172; 187; 188; 189; 190; 191; 198; 199; 200; 201; 218; 225; 236; 252 (cf. pp. 275–276; 312).

132. Dr. D. Makarov, “The First Origin, Thinking and Memory in the Byzantine Philosophy of the Late 13th and 14th Centuries: Some Historico-Philosophical Observations”, in: M. Kneze­vic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 341–358 (at p. 349).

133. Prof. Dr. I. Polemis, “Manuel II Palaiologos between Gregory Palamas and Thomas Aqui­nas”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 353–363 (at p. 353).

134. M. Knezevic, “Authority and Tradition: The Case of Dionysius Pseudo-Areopagite in the Writing On Divine Unity and Distinction by Gregory Palamas”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra 2015, pp. 375–390 (at pp. 376; 381; 382; 387).

135. M. Dordevic, “Nicholas Cabasilas and His Sacramental Synthesis”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 391–400 (at pp. 392; 395).

136. Dr. P. Athanasopoulos (Postdoctoral fellow, University of Venice), “Scholarios against Ple­thon on Philoso­phy vs. Myth”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alham­bra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 401–27 (at pp. 401; 402; 415; 416; 420; 421; 422; 427).

137. Dr. B. Roosen (University of Leuven), “Eulogii Alexandrini quae supersunt. Old and New Fragments from Eulogius of Alexandria’s oeuvre (CPG 6971–6879)”, Medioevo Greco 15, 2015, pp. 201–240 (at pp. 202; 203; 207; 228; 232; 235; 236; 238).

138. M. Plested, “Gregory Palamas”, in: K. Parry (ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Patristics, Oxford: Blackwell, 2015, pp. 293305 (at pp. 294; 296; 304).

139. Dr. P. Athanasopoulos (Postdoctoral fellow, University of Venice), “Scholarii Excerpta ex Theodoreti episcopi Cyrensis Graecarum Affectionum Curatione: Editio Princeps”, Revue des Etudes Byzantines 73, 2015, pp. 161–188 (at pp. 163; 178–180; 187).

140. S. Mariev, M. Marchetto / K. Luchner (eds.), Bessarion. Über Natur und Kunst. Griechisch - Lateinisch - Deutsch. Neu ediert, übersetzt und mit einer Einleitung und Kommentar herausgegeben (Philosophische Bibliothek’, 670), Hamburg, 2015, p. 221 (cf. pp. 285; 286).

 

2016:

141. Dr. M.-H. Blanchet (C.N.R.S.), «Atoumès, un nouveau traducteur byzantin de Thomas d’Aquin», in: A. Berger / S. Mariev / G. Prinzing / A. Riehle (eds.), Koinotaton Doron: Das späte Byzanz zwischen Machtlosskeit und kultureller Blute (12041461) (Byzantinisches Archiv’, 31), Ber­lin: De Gruyter, pp. 1737 (at pp. 17; 20).

142. Chr. W. Kappes, “Mark of Ephesus. The Council of Florence, and the Roman Papacy”, in: J. Chryssavgis (ed.), Primacy in Church. The Office of Primate and the Authority of Councils. Vol. I: Historical and Theological Perspectives, New York, 2016, pp. 109–149 (at pp. 117–118).

143. Senior Lecturer Dr. Ch. Dendrinos (Director of the Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), “Manuel II Palaeologus”, in: M. Sgarbi (ed.), Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, Springer, 2016, pp. 19 (at p. 8) (https://  ).

144. D.N. Moschos, “The Churches of the East and the Enlightenment”, in: U.L. Lechner / R.A. Muller / A.G. Roeber (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Theology, 1600-1800, Oxford, 2016, pp. 499-516, at p. 506 (cf. p. 514).

145. Dimitrova N., Human Knowledge According to Saint Maximus the Confessor, Eugene, Oregon: Resource Publ., 2016, p. 176 (cf. p. 185).

 

2017:

146. Dr. M. Konstantinou-Rizos, An Edition of Prochoros Cydones’ (ca. 1330 – 1369/71) Un­pu­b­lished Greek Translation of Thomas Aquinas’ “Quaestiones disputatae de Potentia” and “Quaestio dis­pu­tata de spiritualibus creaturis” (Doct. Diss.; The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), London, 2017 (at pp. 12; 13; 14; 18; 20; 22; 920; 928; 936; 937; 938; 941; cf. pp. 947–948).

147. Dr. E. Kanaeva, “The Debate about the Procession of the Holy Spirit in Constantinople in the 30ies of the 14th Century” (in Russian, with an English Summary), St Tikhon’s University Review. Series II: History, Russian Church History 74, 2017, pp. 26–40 (at p. 32; cf. p. 39).

148. Dr. S. Celik (Research Center for Anatolian Civilisations, Koc University, Istanbul), “The Emperor, the Sultan and the Scholar: The Portrayal of the ottomans in the Dialogue with a Persian of Manuel II Palaiologos”, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 41/2, 2017, pp. 208–228 (at p. 210).

149. B.H. Kucuk, “Ibrahim Muteferikka’s Copernican Rhetoric”, in:  S. Fransen / N. Hodson / K.A.E. Enenkel (eds.), Translating Early Modern Science, Leiden: Brill, 2017, pp. 258-285, at p. 267.

150. M. Constas, “A Greater and More Hidden Word: Maximos the Confessor and the Nature of Language”, in: S. Mitralexis / G. Steiris / M. Podbielski / S. Lalla (eds.), Maximus the Confessor as a European Philosopher (‘Veritas’, 25), Eugene (Oregon), 2017, pp. 95-109, at p. 101 (cf. p. 108).

151. A. Galonnier (CNRS, Centre Jean Pépin - Villejuif), «Nature, orientation exégétique et posterité des Dix catégories du Pseudo Augustin», HAL – Archives ouvertes, 2017, pp. 1–50 (at p. 49) (https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01502589 ).

152. M. Levering, Engaging the Doctrine of Creation: Cosmos, Creatures, and the Wise and Good Creator, Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2017, p. 97.

 

2000:

1. Prof. Emer. Dr. K.A. Manaphes (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, Univer­si­ty of Athens), «Τὸ ἱστορικὸν καὶ παιδευτικὸν πλαίσιον τῆς ἡσυχαστικῆς ἔριδος», in: G.I. Mantzaridis (ed.), ΠρακτικὰδιεθνῶνἐπιστημονικῶνσυνεδρίωνἈθηνῶν (13–15 Νοεμ­βρίου 1998) καὶΛεμεσοῦ (5–7 Νοεμβρίου 1999): “ἅγιοςΓρηγόριοςΠαλαμᾶςστὴνἱστορίακαὶτὸπαρόν”, The Holy Mountain, 2000, pp. 525–541 (at pp. 532; 538).

2. Dr. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy, The Aca­de­my of Athens), “Introduction” (in Modern Greek) to the collective volume: L.G. Benakis / K. Oehler / J. Marenbon / J.A. Aertsen / C.G. Steel, Μεσαιωνικὴφιλοσοφία: σύγχρονηἔρευνακαὶπροβληματισμοὶ (“Ἑλληνικὸ Βυζάντιο καὶ λατινικὴ Δύση: ΦιλοσοφίαΜελέτες”, 1), A­thens: Parousia, 2000, pp. 13–20 (at pp. 19–20).

3. Prof. Dr. I.D. Polemis (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, University of Ath­ens), ΘεοφάνουςΝικαίαςἈπόδειξιςὅτιἐδύνατοἐξἀιδίουγεγενῆσθαιτὰὄντακαὶἀνα­τρο­πὴταύτης. Editio princeps. Εἰσαγωγή, κείμενο, μετάφραση, εὑρετήρια (‘Corpus Philosophorum Medii Aevi – Philosophi Byzantini’, 10), Athens: The Academy of Athens, 2000 (at p. 28*).

4. Prof. Dr. Chr. Stamoulis (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), « ἅγιος Γρηγόριος Παλαμᾶς στὴ σύγχρονη ἑλληνικὴ θεολογία», in: G.I. Mantzaridis (ed.), ΠρακτικὰδιεθνῶνἐπιστημονικῶνσυνεδρίωνἈθηνῶν (13–15 Νοεμβρίου 1998) καὶΛεμεσοῦ (5–7 Νοεμβρίου 1999): “ἅγιοςΓρηγόριοςΠαλαμᾶςστὴνἱστορίακαὶτὸπαρόν”, The Holy Mountain, 2000, pp. 685–708 (at p. 707).

 

2001:

5. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana; Antonianum, Rome), “Considerazioni sulle opere contro i Latini di Barlaam Calabro”, in: A. Fyrigos (ed.), Barlaam Calabro: l’uomo, l’opera, il pensiero (Atti del convegno internazionale Reggio Calabria - Seminara - Gerace, 1012 dicembre 1999), Rome: Gangemi Editore, 2001, pp. 119–126 (at p. 126).

6. Prof. Dr. P. Vladan (Theological Faculty, University of Belgrade), “Personhood and Es­sen­ce in the Theology of St Gregory Palamas”, Bogoslovije 59/1–2, 2001, pp. 175–182.

 

2002:

7. Dr. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy, Τhe Aca­demy of Athens), « παρουσία τοῦ Θωμᾶ Ἀκυινάτη στο Βυζάντιο. νεώτερη ἔρευνα γιά τοὺς ὀπαδοὺς καὶ τοὺς ἀντιπάλους τῆς Σχολαστικῆς στὴν Ἑλληνικὴ Ἀνατολή», in: K. Beis (ed.), Ζῶδὲοὐκέτιἐγώ, ζῇδὲἐνἐμοὶΧριστός. ἈφιέρωμαστὸνἀρχιεπίσκοποΔημήτριο, Athens, 2002, pp. 627–640 (at pp. 632; 635; 639).

8. Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydén (Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages, Uni­ver­sity of Stockholm), “‘To Every Argument There Is a Counter-Argument’: Theodore Metochites’ Defence of Scepticism”, in: K. Ierodiakonou (ed.), Byzantine Philosophy and Its Ancient Sources, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp. 183–217 (at pp. 187; 192; 196; 202; 206; 207; cf. p. 216).

9. Dr. D.K. Chatzimichael (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle Uni­v­er­sity of Thessaloniki), ΜατθαῖοςΚαμαριώτης. Συμβολὴστὴμελέτητοῦβίου, τοῦἔργουκαὶτῆςἐποχῆςτου (Doct. Diss.; Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle Univer­si­ty of Thessaloniki, 2002; Thessaloniki: A. Stamoulis Publ., 2005) (at pp. 27; 120–121).

10. Prof. Emer. Dr. S. Ebbesen (Philosophical Faculty, University of Copenhagen), “Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction”, in: K. Ierodiakonou (ed.), Byzantine Philosophy and Its Ancient Sources, Oxford University Press, 2002, pp. 15–30 (at p. 26; cf. p. 29) (= S. Ebbesen, Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction. Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen. Vol. 1, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, Chapter 2, pp. 719, at p. 17; cf. p. 211).

11. Dr. H. Gunnarsson (University of Gothenburg), Mystical Realism in the Early Theology of Gregory Palamas. Context and Analysis (Doct. Diss.; University of Gothenburg, Faculty of Arts, Department of Religious Studies), Gothenburg, 2002 (pp. 45, 167; 244; cf. p. 262).

12. Dr. P.-M. Palaiologou (Philosophical Faculty, University of Brussels), Deux traités iné­dits de Théodore II Doucas Lascaris: ΠερὶἀρετῆςΠερὶσοφίας. Avec introduction, traduction et commentaire, Paris, École Pratique des Hautes Études, 2002 (at pp. 41; 47; 99–100).

13. Prof. Emer. Dr. T. Pentzopoulou-Valala (Department of Philosophy and Education, Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), “Πυρρωνισμός”; Introduction to: ΣέξτοςἘμπειρικός: Πυρρώνειοιὑποτυπώσεις, Α΄, Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2002 (at pp. 106–112; 119–123; cf. p. 540).

14. Prof. Dr. I.D. Polemis (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, University of A­th­­ens), ΘεόδωροςΜετοχίτης. Ἠθικὸςπερὶπαιδείας. ΕἰσαγωγήκείμενομετάφρασηΚεί­μενα βυζαντινής λογοτεχνίας», 1), Athens: Kanaki, 2nd edition, 2002 (at. p. 173; cf. p. 286).

15. Prof. Emer. Dr. R.E. Sinkewicz (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, University of Toronto), Chapter: “Gregory Palamas”, in: C.G. Conticello / V. Conticello (eds.), La théologie byzantine et sa tradition. Vol. II: XIIIe–XIXe siècles (Centre d’Études des religions du Livre), Turnhout: Brepols, 2002, pp. 131–188 (at p. 163; cf. p. 175).

 

2003:

16. Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydèn (Research fellow of the Department of French, Italian and Clas­sical Languages, University of Gothenburg), Theodore Metochites’ “Stoicheiosis Astronomike” and the Study of Natural Philosophy and Mathematics in Early Palaiologan Byzantium, Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis (Doct. Diss.) (‘Studia Graeca et Latina Gothoburgensia’, LXVI), Gothenburg, 2003 (at pp. 22; 32; 45; 152; 329; 330; 331; 340; 341; cf. p. 490).

17. Prof. Dr. A. Glykofrydi-Leontsini (Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psycho­lo­gy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Athens), “Demetrius Cydones as a Translator of Latin Texts”, in: Ch. Dendrinos / J. Harris / E. Harvalia-Crook / J. Herrin (eds.), Porphyrogenita: Es­says on the History and Literature of Byzantium and the Latin East in Honour of Julian Chrysto­sto­mi­des, Ashgate, 2003, pp. 175–185 (at p. 177).

18. Prof. Emer. Dr. G. Podskalsky (Sankt Georgen Theologische Fakultät, Frankfurt am Main), Von Photius zu Bessarion. Der Vorrang humanistisch geprägter Theologie in Byzanz und deren bleibende Bedeutung (‘Schriften zur Geistesgeschichte des Östlichen Europa’, 25), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2003 (at pp. 42; 43; 85).

19. Prof. Dr. I.D. Polemis (Department of Philology, Philosophical Faculty, University of Athens), “Nikephoros Blemmydes and Gregorios Palamas”, in: A. Rigo (ed.), Gregorio Palamas e oltre. Studi e documenti sulle controversie teologiche del XIV secolo bizantino (‘Orientalia Venetiana’, XVI), Firenze, 2004, pp. 179–190 (= ἘπετηρὶςἙταιρείαςΒυζαντινῶνΣπουδῶν 51, 2003, pp. 325–332; at pp. 182; 187).

20. Prof. Emer. Dr. N.M. Psimmenos (Department of Philosophy, Pedagogy and Psychology, Philosophical Faculty, University of Ioannina), «Ύβρις και επιχείρημα: ο Ματθαίος Καμαριώ­της για τον Γεώργιο Γεμιστό-Πλήθωνα», Δωδώνη (Philosophical Faculty, University of Ioanni­na) 32/3, 2003, pp. 49–101 (at p. 96).

21. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy at the Acade­my of Athens), “Latin Literatue in Byzantium: The Meeting Point of Two Cultures”, in: The Idea of European Community in History. Conference Proceedings, vol. I, Athens: National and Kapodi­st­ri­an University of Athens / Hellenic Ministry of Education, 2003, pp. 133140 (at pp. 134; 136 138) (repr.: L.G. Benakis, Byzantine Philosophy: B, Athens: Parousia, 2013, pp. 3946; cf. pp. 4043; 45).

22. Assoc. Prof. Dr. G. Zographides (Philosophical Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessa­lon­iki), « παντοκράτωρ Ζεὺς τοῦ Πλήθωνος: ἑνολογία, μοναρχία, πολυθεϊσμός», in: L.G. Be­nakis / Ch. Baloglou (eds.), ΔιεθνὴςἙταιρείαΠληθωνικῶνκαὶΒυζαντινῶνΜελετῶν. Πρα­­κτι­κὰΔιεθνοῦςΣυνεδρίουἀφιερωμένουστὸνΠλήθωνακαὶτὴνἐποχήτου, μὲτήσυμπλή­ρωση 550 ἐτῶνἀπὸτὸνθάνατότου (Μυστρᾶς, 26–29 Ἰουνίου 2002), Athens/Mistras, 2003, pp. 127–159 (at p. 151).

 

2004:

23. Dr. M.-H. Congourdeau (French National Center for Scientific Research, Centre d’his­toire et civilisation de Byzance), “Nicolas Cabasilas et le palamisme”, in: A. Rigo (ed.), Gregorio Pa­lamas e oltre. Studi e documenti sulle controversie teologiche del XIV secolo bizantino (‘Orientalia Ve­netiana’, XVI), Firenze, 2004, pp. 191–210 (at pp. 194; 197; 198; cf. p. 208).

24. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana; Antonianum, Rome), “Tomismo e anti-to­mi­smo a Bisanzio. Con una nota sulla Defensio S. Thomae adversus Nilum Cabasilam di Demetrio Cidone”, in: A. Molle (ed.), Tommaso d’Aquino e il mondo bizantino, Venafro: Edizioni Eva, 2004, pp. 27–71 (at pp. 51; 55; 56).

 

2005:

25. Dr. D.K. Chatzimichael (Department of Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), ΓεώργιοςΓεμιστός-Πλήθων, Νόμωνσυγγραφή: έναόραμαγιαμιαιδανικήπολιτεία. Εισαγω­γή, κείμενο, μετάφραση, σχόλια, Thessaloniki: Zitros, 2005 (at p. 429; cf. p. 471).

26. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana; Antonianum, Rome), Dalla controversia pa­la­mitica alla polemica esicastica. Con un’edizione critica delle epistole greche di Barlaam, Pontificia Uni­versità Antoniana (‘Medioevo’, 11), Rome, 2005 (at pp. 7; 67; 81; 108; 109; 154; 190; 191).

27. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Sofia), Philosophie in Byzanz, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2005 (at pp. 273; 274; 279; 326; 339; 344; cf. p. 349).

28. S.B. Stolingas, « διδασκαλία τοῦ ἁγίου Γρηγορίου Παλαμᾶ γιὰ τὴν ἐκπόρευση τοῦ ἁγίου Πνεύματος καὶ οἱ πηγές της», Ἐκκλησιαστικὸςφάρος 76, 2005, pp. 165–193 (at p. 190; cf. p. 192).

29. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Die Eucharistie-Diskussion im lateinischen Mittelalter und ihre Inkommensurabilität mit der Östlichen Tradition”, in: R. Forrai / G. Geréby / I. Perczel (eds.), The Eucharist in Theo­lo­gy and Philosophy. Issues of Doctrinal History in East and West from Patristic Age to the Reformation (‘Ancient and Medieval Philosophy - Series I’, 35), Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2005, pp. 209228 (at p. 226; cf. p. 422).

30. Prof. D. Bianconi (Uvirersita di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’), “’Gregorio Palamas e oltre’: qual­che riflessione su cultura profana, libri e prattiche intellettuali nella controversia palamitica”, Medioevo greco 5, 2005, pp. 93119 (at p. 99).

 

2006:

31. Dr. S.J. Kang (University of Freiburg), Prädizierbarkeit des Akzidens zur Theorie der “denomi­nativa” (“nomina sumpta”) im Kategorienkommentar Abailards. Inauguraldissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwürde der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität zu Freiburg i. Br., 2006 (at p. 245).

32. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Sofia), “Die nicht-psychologische Deutung des Menschen bei Gregorios Palamas”, Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur 12, 2006, pp. 187–198 (at pp. 187; 188; 190; 192; 198).

33. Prof. Dr. J. Nadàl-Cañellas (Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Rome), La resistance d’Akin­dy­nos à Grégoire Palamas. Avec traduction et commentaire de quatre traités édités récemment. Vol. II: Commentaire historique (‘Spicilegium sacrum Lovaniense. Études et documents’, fasc. 51), Leu­ven: Peeters, 2006 (at p. 157; cf. p. 331).

34. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty, the University of Bari), “‘Un uomo sapiente ed apostolico’. Agostino a Bizanzio: Gregorio Palamas lettore del De Trini­tate”, Quaestio: Annuario di storia della metafisica (Università degli Studi di Bari) 6, 2006, pp. 131–189 (at pp. 143; 152; 156; 158; 160–161; 175; 179; 183; 187).

35. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bari), Eustrazio di Nicea. Studio storico-dottrinale sul Commento al libro VI del’‘Ethica Nicomachea’. Dottorato di ricerca in filo­so­fia e storia della filosofia. Tesi dottorale, Università degli Studi di Bari, 2006 (at p. 32; cf. p. 306).

36. Dr. B. Tambrun-Krasker (C.N.R.S., Laboratoire d’études sur les monothéismes), Pléthon: Le retour de Platon, Paris: Vrin, 2006, pp. 50; 57 (cf. p. 278).

 

2007:

37. Dr. G. Guldentops / Prof. Dr. A. Speer / Dr. Dr. M. Trizio / Dr. D. Wirmer (Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne), “Philosophische Kommentare im Mittelalter – Zugänge und Orientierungen”, Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Philosophie 32/2, 2007, pp. 157–177 (at pp. 173; 174).

38. Dr. F. Siri (University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’), Le “Institutiones in sacram paginam” di Si­mo­ne di Tournai: testo e studio dottrinale. Laurea specialiastica in Filosofia e Studi teorico-critici, Univer­si­tà degli Studi di Roma ‘La Sapienza’, Rome, 2007 (at pp. 69–71).

39. Dr. M. Stavrou (Centre d’Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, Collège de France), Ni­cé­phore Blemmydès. Œuvres théologiques. Tome I. Introduction, texte critique, traduction et notes (‘Sour­ces chrétiennes’, 517), Paris: Cerf, 2007 (at p. 120; cf. p. 151).

40. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty, University of Bari), “Byz­an­tine Philosophy as a Contemporary Historiographical Project”, Recherches de théologie et philo­so­phie médiévales 74/1, 2007, pp. 247–294 (at pp. 249; 250; 264; 268; 270).

 

2008:

41. Prof. Dr. F.W. Bautz, "Gennadius II. (Georgios Scholarios)", in: Biographisch-biblio­graphisches Kirchenlexikon, II. Band (http://www.bautz.de/bbkl/g/gennadius_ii.shtml)

42. Dr. M.-H. Blanchet (C.N.R.S.), Georges-Gennadios Scholarios (vers 1400 – vers 1472): Un intellectuel orthodoxe face à la disparition de l’empire byzantine (‘Archives de l’orient chrétien’, 20), Paris, 2008 (at pp. 181; 283; 508; 523; cf. p. 514).

43. Dr. M. Đorđević (Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne), “The Sacramental-Erotic Life in Christ in Saint Nicholas Cabasilas”, Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur 14, 2008, pp. 200–242 (at p. 218).

44. Prof. Dr. G. Makris (Seminar für Byzantinistik, Centrum für Geschichte und Kultur des östlichen Mittelmeeraums, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster), „Plethon (Gemistos, Georgios)“, in: Biographisch-bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon, II. Band

(http://www.bautz.de/bbkl/p/plethon.shtml)

45. Dr. Gr. Mpagavos, Ιωάννης ΣΤ΄ Καντακουζηνός: το θεολογικό του έργο (Doct. Diss., De­partment of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), 2008 (at p. 216; cf. p. 245).

46. Dr. F. Pagani (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa / Berlin), “Filosofia e teologia in Giorgio Gemisto Pletone: la testimonianza dei codici platonici”, Rinascimento 49, 2008, pp. 3–45 (at p. 6).

47. Prof. Dr. C. Stamoulis (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle Univer­sity of Thessaloniki), γυναίκατοῦΛὼτκαὶσύγχρονηθεολογία, Athens: Indiktos, 2008 (at p. 112).

48. Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. A. Speer (Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne), “Benedikts XVI. Unbehagen am Mittelalter – oder: Warum es keine Hellenismus-Renaissance geben kann”, in: E. Dirscherl / Chr. Dohmen (eds.), Glaube und Vernunft. Spannungsreiche Grundlage europaïscher Geistesgeschichte, Freiburg/Basel/Wien: Herder, 2008, pp. 63–85 (at p. 65).

 

2009:

49. Dr. M.-H. Congourdeau (French National Centre for Scientific Research, Centre d’His­toire et civilisation de Byzance), “Nicolas Cabasilas et la théologie latine”, in: A. Rigo / P. Ermi­l­ov (eds.), Byzantine Theologians. The Systematization of their Own Doctrine and their Reception of Fo­r­eign Doctrines (‘Quaderni di Νέα Ρώμη’, 3), Rome: Università degli Studi di Roma ‘Tor Ver­ga­ta’, 2009, pp. 169–179 (at pp. 175–176).

50. Dr. Ch. C. Emil, Θεολογία, θεοπτία και θέωση: από τον άγιο Συμεών τον Νέο Θεολόγο στον άγιο Γρηγόριο Παλαμά (Doct. Diss., Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aris­t­otle University of Thessaloniki), 2009 (at pp. 110111; cf. p. 263).

51. Assist. Prof. Dr. J. Matula (Department of Philosophy, Centre for Medieval and Renais­sance Studies, Palacky University, Olomouc), “Science and Religion in Byzantine Thought: Ske­psis and Paganism”, in: P. Losonczi / A. Szigeti / M. Vassányi (eds.), Religio Academici. Essays on Scepticism, Religion and the Pursuit of Knowledge, Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó, 2009, pp. 54–64 (at p. 57).

52. Assist. Prof. Dr. G.D. Panagopoulos (Ecclesiastical Academy of Vella, Ioan­ni­na), «Δυτι­κές επιδράσεις στο θεολογικό έργο του Ευγένιου Βούλγαρη», in: E. Angelommati-Tsounga­ra­ki (ed.), ΙόνιοΠανεπιστήμιο, ΤμήμαΙστορίας. Ευγένιος Βούλγαρης. Πρακτικά διεθνούς επι­στημονικού συνεδρίου (Κέρκυρα, 1–3 Δεκεμβρίου 2006), Athens, 2009, pp. 271–292 (at p. 285).

53. Assoc. Prof. Dr. E. Tempelis (Division of Humanities, Hellenic Naval Academy, Athens), «Η πρόσληψη του Ευγένιου Βούλγαρη σε έργα των Νεόφυτου Δούκα και Κωνσταντίνου-Μιχαήλ Κούμα», in: E. Angelommati-Tsoungaraki (ed.), Ιόνιο Πανεπιστήμιο, Τμήμα Ιστορί­ας. Ευγένιος Βούλγαρης. Πρακτικά διεθνούς επιστημονικού συνεδρίου (Κέρκυρα, 1–3 Δεκεμ­βρίου 2006), Athens: Ionian University / Kanaki, 2009, pp. 493–508 (at p. 495).

54. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (Philosophical Faculty, University of Bari), “Alcune osservazioni sulla ricezione bizantina del De Trinitate di Agostino”, in: A. Rigo / P. Ermilov (eds.), Byzantine Theo­lo­gians. The Systematization of their Own Doctrine and their Reception of Foreign Doctrines (‘Quaderni di Νέα Ρώμη’, 3), Rome: Università degli Studi di Roma ‘Tor Vergata’, 2009, pp. 143–168 (at pp. 161–165; 167).

55. Dr. B. Tătaru-Casaban (Institut d’Histoire des religions, Académie Roumaine, Buca­rest), “Thomas Aquinas and Medieval Philosophy in Romanian Culture (18001947) (translated by A.N. Blyth)”, Χώρα. Revue d’Études Anciennes et Médiévales – philosophie, théologie, sciences 7/8, 2009/10 (Dossier Thomas d’Aquin), pp. 255–282 (at p. 256).

56. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Byzanz”: Ch. VII.7, in: C. Horn / J. Müller / J.R. Söder (eds.), Platon-Handbuch: Leben – Werk – Wirkung, Stuttgart / Weimar: J.B. Metzler / Hermann, 2009, pp. 433–439 at p. 438; cf. p. 439).

57. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty, University of Bari), “Le vie della spiritualità monastica a Bizanzio” (review-article on: A. Rigo (ed.), Mistici bizantini, Tori­no, 2008), Quaestio: Annuario di storia della metafisica (Università degli Studi di Bari) 9, 2009, pp. 412–417 (at pp. 414; 416–417).

 

2010:

58. Dr. M.-H. Congourdeau (French National Centre for Scientific Research, Centre d’His­toire et civilisation de Byzance), Correspondance de Nicolas Cabasilas. Textes traduits et commentés, Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2010 (at pp. xv; 59; cf. p. 226).

59. Prof. Dr. K. Ierodiakonou (Department of History, Philosophy and Methodology of Sci­ence, University of Athens), “Byzantium”, in: R. Pasnau / Chr. van Dyke (eds.), The Cam­b­r­id­ge History of Medieval Philosophy, Vols. I–II, Cambridge University Press, 2010, pp. 39–49 (at p. 41).

60. Dr. P. Metso, Divine Presence in the Eucharistic Theology of Nicholas Cabasilas (‘University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Education, Humanities, and Theology’, 2), Joensuu: Univer­si­ty of Eastern Finland, 2010 (at p. 16).

61. Lecturer Dr. M. Bălan (Philosophical Faculty, University of Bucharest), “Categoriile lui Ari­stotel ca text de autoritate (din secolul al IV-lea până în timpul lui Anselm”, Analele Uni­ver­sităţii Bucureşti. Filosofie 59, 2010, pp. 143157 (at p. 151).

62. Senior Lecturer Dr. R. Paranko (Department of Classical, Byzantine and Medieval Stu­dies, Faculty of Humanities, Ukrainian Catholic University), “A Byzantine Intellectual of the 14th Century at the Crossroads of Theology and Politics: First Apology by Demetrius Cydones” (in Ukrainian, with an English Summary), Bulletin of the Ukrainian Theological Faculty (НауковізапискиУкраїнськогокатолицькогоуніверситету) 2, 2010, pp. 229285 (at p. 236).

63. Prof. Emer. Dr. St. G. Papadopoulos (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, University of Athens), Πατρολογία, vol. III, Athens: Grigoris, 2010 (at p. 332).

 

2011:

64. Dr. C.G. Conticello, “Le projet d’un répertoire des traductions de textes chrétiens du la­tin au grec (IIIe–XVe s.): quelques exemples”, in: M. Loubet / D. Pralon (eds.), Eukarpa. Études sur la Bible et ses exégètes, Paris: Cerf, 2011, pp. 225–233 (at p. 226).

65. Senior Lecturer Dr. Ch. Dendrinos (Director of the Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), “Manuel II Palaeologus in Paris (1400–1402): Theology, Diplomacy and Politics”, in: M. Hinterberger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Peeters, 2011, pp. 397–422 (at pp. 406; 407).

66. Prof. Dr. K. Ierodiakonou (Department of History, Philosophy and Methodology of Sci­en­ce, University of Athens), “The Western Influence on Late Byzantine Aristotelian Com­men­ta­ries”, in: M. Hinterberger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Pee­ters, 2011, pp. 373–383 (at p. 379).

67. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Lateinische Einflüsse auf die Antilateiner: Philosophie versus Kirchenpolitik?”, in: M. Hin­ter­berger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recher­ches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Peeters, 2011, pp. 385–395 (at p. 389).

68. Dr. I. Trif (Orthodox Theological Faculty of the University of Bucharest), The Doctrine of St. Gregory Palamas on the Uncreated Energies (in Rumanian; Doct. Diss., Orthodox Theological Faculty of the University of Bucharest), Bucharest, 2011 (at p. 229).

69. Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Đorđević (St. Clement of Ohrid Theological Faculty, University in Skopje), Nikolaοs Kabasilas: ein Weg zu einer Synthese der Traditionen. Untersuchung (Inaugural­dissertation zur Erlangung der Philosophischen Doktorwürde vorgelegt der Philosophischen Fakultät der Unversität zu Köln), Köln, 2011, pp. 8 (bis); 13; 147; 148 (bis); 155; 168; 170171 (ter); 174; 175; 177; 178; 191; 193; 197 (cf. p. 234).

70. Dr. D. I. Makarov (Docent of the Ekaterinburg Theological Seminary), “The Image of St. Melchizedek in Eulogy of the Holy Theotokos by Theophanes of Nicaea” (in Russian, with an Eng­l­ish Summary), Bulletin of the Ekaterinburg Theological Seminary 2, 2011, pp. 2636 (at p. 2728).

71. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani (State University of New York), George Amoiroutzes. The Phi­lo­sopher and His Treatises (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 12), Leuven: Peeters, 2011 (at p. 5; cf. p. 203).

72. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani (State University of New York), Bessarion Scholasticus. A Stu­dy of Cardinal Bessarion’s Latin Library (‘Βυζάντιος. Studies in Byzantine History and Civiliza­tion’), Turnhout: Brepols, 2011 (at pp. 30–31; 62; 64; 65; 66; 68; 77–78; cf. pp. 251–252).

73. Dr. N. Siniossoglou (Postdoctoral Fellow at King's College, London), Radical Platonism in Byzantium. Illumination and Utopia in Gemistos Plethon (‘Cambridge Classical Studies’), Camb­ridge: Camb­ridge University Press, 2011 (at pp. 177; 267–268; 313; 314; 320; cf. p. 434).

74. Prof. Dr. A. Rigo (Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia dell'Università di Venezia Ca’Foscari), “Textes spirituels occidentaux en grec: les œuvres d’Arnaud de Villeneuve et quelques autres exem­ples (avec une annexe sur les illustrations du Petropolitanus graecus 113 par Andrea Ba­buin)”, in: M. Hinterberger / Chr. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History 1204–1500 (‘Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales. Bibliotheca’, 9), Leuven: Peeters, 2011, pp. 219–242 (at p. 223).

75. Dr. K.A. Palaiologos (University of London), An Annotated Edition of the “Refutation of the Errors of the Latins” by Matthaios Blastaris. A Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philo­sophy at the University of London (Royal Holloway and Bedford New College), 2011 (http://pure.rhul.ac.uk/portal/en/publications/an-annotated-edition-of-the-refutation-of-the-errors-of-the-latins-by-matthaios-blastares(ce199c90-4005-41a0-a879-3082c2d1a3b2).html) (at pp. 19; 3435; cf. p. 477).

76. Lecturer Dr. N. Tãnase, “Palamas’ Theology: a Hermeneutical Key” (in Rumanian), Teologie si viata (Serie nuova) 21, 2011, pp. 45–76 (at pp. 66–67).

77. Assoc. Prof. Dr. E. Tempelis (Division of Humanities, Hellenic Naval Academy, Athens), «“ μόνε σύ γε περὶ τούτων οὕτως ἀκρίτως ἐν μέσῃ τῇ γραμματικῇ λέσχῃ φιλοσοφεῖν καὶ θεολογεῖν θρασυνόμενε!”. Όψεις των σχέσεων της Γραμματικής και της Φιλοσοφίας με τη Θεο­λογία κατά τους Ευγένιο Βούλγαρη και Νεόφυτο Καυσοκαλυβίτη», in: Ελληνικό Ανοι­κτό Πανεπιστήμιο. Επιστημονική Επιθεώρηση του Μεταπτυχιακού Προγράμματος «Σπουδές στην Ορθόδοξη Θεολογία» 2, 2011, pp. 457479, at pp. 467; 468469; 470; 475 (cf. p. 478).

78. Dr. S. Gerogiorgakis / Dr. R. Scheel / Dr. D. Schorkowitz, “Kulturtransfer ver­gleichend betrachtet“, in: M. Borgolte / J. Dücker / M. Müllerburg / B. Schneidmüller (eds.), Integration und Desintegration der Kulturen im europäischen Mittelalter, Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2011, pp. 385465 (at p. 414; cf. p. 454).

79. Dr. Ch. Malaes, Η αναίρεση του δόγματος της «αναλογίας του όντος» με βάση τα συγγράμματα του Γρηγορίου Παλαμά (διδακτορική διατριβή, Τμήμα Ποιμαντικής και Κοινωνικής Θεολογίας, Θεολογική Σχολή Α.Π.Θ.), Thessaloniki, 2011, pp. 123; 128; 156; 157; 202; 299 (cf. p. 374).

 

2012:

80. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of Sofia), “Vier Arten, den Westen zu bewältigen”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knoten­punkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’, 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 332 (at pp. 1920; 25; 26; 27).

81. Prof. Emer. D. Gutas (Philosophical Faculty, Yale University), “Arabic into Byzantine Greek: Introducing a Survey of the Translations”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knoten­punkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 246–262 (at pp. 247–248).

82. Dr. C. Triantafyllopoulos (The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of Lon­don), “The Thomist Basis of Prochoros Kydones’ anti-Palamite Writing De essentia et operatione Dei and the Reaction of the Byzantine Church”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knoten­punkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 411–431 (at pp. 414; 415; 416; 420; 421; 422).

83. Dr. V. Pasiourtidis (The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), “Theological Encounters and Cultural Identity in Late Byzantium: Demetrios Chrysoloras’ Unpublished Fictitious Dialogue Refuting Demetrios Kydones’ Defence of Thomas Aquinas”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knotenpunkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechsel­beziehungen (‘Miscellanea Mediaevalia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 431–438 (at p. 431).

84. Prof. Dr. D. Searby (Philosophical Faculty, University of Stockholm), “Demetrios Ky­do­nes: Defending Thomas Aquinas or Defending Himself?”, in: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knotenpunkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen (‘Miscellanea Medi­ae­valia’ 36), Berlin / New York: De Gruyter, 2012, pp. 439451 (at p. 447).

85. Prof. Dr. C. Stamoulis (Department of Theology, Faculty of Theology, Aristotle Univer­si­ty of Thessaloniki), “’Ἐγώ εἰμι ὤν’: η διαλεκτική φύσεως και προσώπου στη νεώτερη Ορ­θό­δοξη θεολογία και ο θεολογικός ολισμός του αγίου Γρηγορίου του Παλαμά”, Σύνθε­σις/Synthesis (Review of the Faculty of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) 1, 2012, pp. 76–87 (at p. 84).

86. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bari), “’Una è la verità che pervade ogni cosa’. La sapienza profana nelle opere perdute di Barlaam Calabro”, in: A. Rigo (ed.), Byzantine Theology and its Philosophical Background (‘Studies in Byzantine History and Civi­li­zation’, 4), Turnhout: Brepols, 2012, pp. 108–139 (at p. 109).

87. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani (State University of New York, Albany), “The Greeks and Renaissance Humanism”, in: D. Rundle (ed.), Humanism in Fifteenth-Century Europe (‘Medium Aevum Monographs’, 30), Oxford: The Society for the Study of Medieval Languages and Litera­ture, 2012, pp. 31–78 (at pp. 36; 37–38; 39–40).

88. Prof. Dr. A. Fyrigos (Universitas Gregoriana, Rome), “San Tommaso a Bizanzio, il car­di­nale Bessarione e la controversia su Platone e Aristotele nel quattrocento bizantino”, in: A. Gut­kowski / E. Prinzivalli (eds.), Bessarione e la sua Accademia (Academia Cardinalis Bessarionis. Cultus et lectura Patrum, ‘Bessarione’, 12), Roma: Casa Editrice Miscellanea Francescana, 2012, pp. 101132 (at. pp. 104; 107; 108; 110).

89. Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (Department of Philosophy, Philosophical Faculty, University of So­fia), “Die Verteilung von Konstantinopel 1368 – Universalansprüche und Provinzialisierung”, in: A. Musco (ed.), Universality of Reason. Pluralities of Philosophy in the Middle Ages. XII Congresso internazionale di Filosofia Medievale (Palermo, 1722 settembre 2007), vol. I: Sessioni plenarie, Paler­mo: Officina di Studi Medievali, Palermo, 2012, pp. 179193 (at p. 192).

90. Prof. Dr. K. Ierodiakonou (Department of History, Philosophy and Methodology of Sci­ence, University of Athens) / Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydén (Department of French, Italian and Clas­si­cal Languages, University of Stockholm), “Greek Philosophy”, in: J. Marenbon (ed.), The Oxf­ord Handbook of Medieval Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 29–57 (at p. 43; cf. p. 53).

91. Prof. Dr. J. Schmutz (Paris Sorbonne University, Department of Philosophy and Socio­lo­gy), “Medieval Philosophy after the Middle Ages”, in: J. Marenbon (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Philosophy, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 245266 (at p. 257; cf. p. 260).

92. Prof. Emer. J. G. Dellis (University of Patras), «Τὰ ΣτοιχεῖαΦιλοσοφικῆςἨθικῆς τοῦ Νεο­φύτου Βάμβα (17701855) μετάφραση τῆς Philosophia Moralis τοῦ Franciscus Jacquier (17111788)», ΚεφαλληνιακὰΧρονικά 13, 2012, pp. 21118 (at pp. 33; 37).

93. Assist. Prof. Dr. B. Bydén (Department of French, Italian and Classical Languages, Uni­versity of Stockholm), “A Case for Creationism: Christian Cosmology in the 5th and 6th Centu­ries”, in: B. Bydén / K. Ierodiakonou (eds.), The Many Faces of Byzantine Philosophy (‘Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens’, Series IV, Vol. 1), Athens: The Norwe­gian Institute at Athens, 2012, pp. 79107 (at p. 105; cf. p. 106).

94. Dr. Dr. M. Trizio (post-doctoral fellow, Philosophical Faculty of the University of Bari), “On the Byzantine Fortune of Eustratios of Nicaea’s Commentary on Books I and VI of the Ni­comachean Ethics”, in: B. Bydén / K. Ierodiakonou (eds.), The Many Faces of Byzantine Philo­sophy (‘Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens’, Series IV, Vol. 1), Athens: The Norwegian Institute at Athens, 2012, pp. 199224 (at p. 208; cf. p. 222).

95. Prof. Dr. P.R. Blum (Loyola University, Maryland), Studies on Early Modern Aristotelian­ism (‘History of Science and Medicine Library. Scientific and Learned Cultures and their Institu­tions’, Vol. 30), Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2012 (at p. 80; cf. p. 340).

96. Assoc. Prof. Dr. M. Plested (Marquette University), Orthodox Readings of Aquinas, Oxf­ord: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 35; 105106; 117; 118; 131 (cf. pp. 232; 239).

97. N. Russell (Oxford), “The Reception of Palamas in the West Today”, Θεολογία 83/3, 2012, pp. 622 (at pp. 1819).

98. Dist. Prof. J. Monfasani (State University of New York, Albany), “A Note on George Amiroutzes (ca. 1400 – ca. 1469) and his Moral Argument against the Transmigration of the Soul”, Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale (Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Mé­diévale / University of Notre Dame: Brepols) 54, 2012, pp. 125–135 (at p. 131).

99. Dist. Prof. Dr. J. Monfasani, “George Gemistos Pletho and the West: Greek Émigrés, La­tin Scholasticism and Renaissance Humanism”, in: M.S. Brownlee / D.H. Gondicas (eds.), Re­naissance Encounters: Greek East and Latin West (Leiden / Boston, 2013), 1934 (at pp. 1921).

100. Dist. Prof. J. Monfasani, “The Greeks and Renaissance Humanism”, in: D. Rundle (ed.), Humanism in the 15th-Century Europe, Oxford 2012, pp. 31–78 (at pp. 36; 37–38; 39–40).

 

2013:

101. Dr. V. Pasiourtidis (Royal Holloway, University of London), An Annotated Critical Edi­tion of Demetrios Chrysoloras’ ‘Dialogue on Demetrios Kydones’ ‘Antirrhetic against Neilos Kabasilas’, Royal Holloway College, University of London, 2013 (at pp. 20; 21; 33; 43; 44; 65; 67; 69; 123; 130; cf. pp. 407408).

102. Dr. Makale Künye Bilgisi, “Sultan Yildirim Bayezid and Ottomans in the Letters of Ma­nuel II Palaeologus”, The Journal of Academic Social Science Studies 6/3, 2013, pp. 301320 (at p. 304; cf. p. 319).

103. Chr. W. Kappes, “A Provisional Definition of Byzantine Theology contra “Pillars of Ortho­do­xy?”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica 40/1, 2013, pp. 187202 (at pp. 189; 191; 192; 197).

104. Sen. Lect. Dr. Ch. Dendrinos (Royal Holloway, University of London), “When East Met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium”, Nico­laus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 713 (at 10).

105. Dr. V. Pasiourtidis (Royal Holloway, University of London), “Reality in an Imaginary Dialogue between the Greek East and the Latin West: Demetrios Chrysoloras vs. Demetrios Kydones”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 3147 (at 34; 35; 39; 46).

106. Dr. K.A. Palaiologos (Royal Holloway, University of London), “The Use of Latin The­o­logical Sources in Matthaios Blatares’ Treatise On the Errors of the Latins”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 4970 (at pp. 52; 62; 69).

107. Chr. W. Kappes, “The Latin Sources of the Palamite Theology of George-Gennadius Scholarius”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica Istituto San Nicola (Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 71111 (at pp. 74; 75; 78; 79; 80; 84; 85; 91; 92; 94; 95; 96; 97; 98; 103; 105; 108; 109; 112; 113).

108. Prof. Emer. A. Louth (Durham University), “The Reception of St Augustine in Late By­z­antium”, Nicolaus: Rivista di teologia ecumenico-patristica (Istituto San Nicola, Facoltà teologica Pugliese, Bari) 40/2, 2013, pp. 115123 (at p. 118).

109. Chr. W. Kappes, “Idolizing Paganism – Demonizing Christianity: A Propos: N. Sinios­so­­glou, Radical Platonism in Byzantium: Illumination and Utopia in Gemistos Plethon”, Archiv für mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur 19, 2013, pp. 210–243 (at 213 bis; 221; 222; 223; 224; 239 ter; 240 bis).

110. Prof. Dr. D.I. Makarov (Russian Federal Pedagogical University at Yekaterniburg), “Determining the Historical Context of Theophanes of Nicaea’s Theological Propensities”, Phronema 28/1, 2013, pp. 29–52 (at p. 37).

111. Assist. Prof. Dr. E. Muehlberger (University of Michigan), Angels in Late Ancient Chris­ti­anity, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, p. 227 (cf. p. 265).

112. L.G. Benakis (Former Director of the Research Center for Greek Philosophy at the Aca­de­my of Athens), Theodore of Smyrna. Epitome of Nature and Natural Principles according to the Anc­ients. Editio Princeps. Introduction - Text - Indices (‘Corpus philosophorum Medii Aevi – Philoso­phi Byzantini’, 12 (reprinted in: L.G. Benakis, Byzantine Philosophy: B, Athens: Parousia, 2013, pp. 397–417, at p. 411).

113. G. Steiris / A. Lyckoura, “La perception et la valorisation de la philosophie arabe dans la Résumé de la 'Somme théologique' de Saint Thomas d’Aquin de Georges Gennadios Scholarios: les cas d’Avicenne et Averroès”, in: G. Arabatzis (ed.), Marges de la philosophie byzantine, Ath­ens: Kardamitsa, pp. 51–74 (at pp. 54–55).

114. Prof. Dr. A. Cameron (Keble College, Oxford), “The Cost of Orthodoxy”, Church History and Religious Culture 93/3, 2013, pp. 339–361.

115. Prof. Dr. B. Crostini (University of Uppsala), “Byzantine World (to 1453)”, in: K. Poll­man / W. Otten (eds.), The Oxford Guide to the Historical Reception of Augustine, vol. 2, Oxford U.P., pp. 726–734 (at p. 731; cf. p. 733).

116. F. Dell’Acqua, “Il fuoco, le vetrate delle origini e la mistica medievale”, in: E. Menesto (ed.), Settimane di studio della Fondazione Centro Italiano di Studi sull’Alto Medioevo. “Il fuoco nell’Al­to Medioevo” (Spoleto, 12–17 aprile 2012), Spoleto, pp. 557–591 (at pp. 567; 569).

117. I. Polemis, “Nicholas Cabasilas’ De vita in Christo and Its Context”, Byzantinische Zeit­schrift 106/1, 2013, pp. 101–132 (at p. 102).

118. M. Cacouros, “Ε’ κα Στ’ τόμος τῶν Ἁπάντων τῶν εὑρισκομένων τοῦ Γεωργίου Γεν­να­­δίου Σχολαρίου. Προοιμιακὸ δοκίμιο”, in: Μεταβυζαντινὰ κείμενα. Τόμος 5: Γεννάδιος Σχο­­λά­ριος, Ε’, Athens, 2013, pp. 1*–172* (at pp. 11*; 12*; 15*; 20; 22*; 26*).

119. B. Bydén, “‘No Prince of Perfection’: Byzantine anti-Aristotelianism in the Byzantine Era from the Patristic Period to Pletho”, in: D. Angelov / M. Saxby (ed.), Byzantium Behind the Scenes: Power and Subversion, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 147–76 (at pp. 148; 161).

120. Dr. D. Manolova, Discourses of Science and Philosophy in the Letters of Nikephoros Gregoras (Doct. Diss., Central European University, Budapest), 2013, pp. 25; 60; 215; 216 (cf. p. 246).

121. Assist. Prof. A. Ziaka (Department of Theology, Theological Faculty, Aristotle Universi­ty of Thessaloniki), «Για μια θεολογία των θρησκειών: Γεννάδιος Σχολάριος και ο συμφι­λι­ωτι­κός του λόγος με το Ισλάμ», Θεολογία 84/2, 2013, pp. 193–208 (at p. 197).

122. Dr. A. Switkiewicz-Blandzi, Interpretacja mysli Pseudo-Dionizego w wybranych dzielach Grzegorza Palamasa. Praca doctorska napisana por kierunkiem: Uniwersytetu im. Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczajny (Doct. Diss.), 2013, p. 43 (cf. p. 219).

 

 

2014:

123. Dr. Th. Alexopoulos (Universität zu Berlin), Areopagitic Influences and Neoplatonic (Plotitian) Echoes in Photius’ Amphilochia, Question 180”, Byzantinische Zeitschrift 107/1, 2014, pp. 1–36 (at p. 12).

124. Assoc. Prof. L. Bene (University of Budapest), “Constructing Pagan Platonism: Ple­th­on’s Theory of Fate and the Ancient Philosophical Tradition”, in: P.R. Blum / J. Matula (eds.), Geor­gios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance, Olomouc: University of Olo­mouc, 2014, pp. 41–71 (at pp. 46; 47; 64–67; cf. pp. 70–71).

125. Chr. W. Kappes / J.I. Goff / T.A. Giltner, “Palamas among the Scholastics: A Review Es­say Discussing D. Bradshaw, C. Athanasopoulos, C. Schneider et al., Divine Essence and Div­ine Energies: Ecumenical Reflections on the Presence of God in Eastern Orthodoxy, Cambridge: James and Clarke, 2013”, Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies 55/12, 2014, pp. 175–220 (at pp. 181; 182; 183; 205; 207).

126. Assist. Prof. Dr. S. Mariev (University of Munich), “Plethon and Scholarios on Delibe­ra­tion in Art and Nature”, in: J. Matula / P.R. Blum (eds.), Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzan­tine and the Latin Renaissance (Olomouc, 10–12 May 2013), Olomouc, University of Olomouc, 2014, pp. 113–142 (at pp. 122–123; cf. p. 140).

127. J. Matula, “The Fate of Plethon’s Criticism of Averroes”, in: J. Matula / P.R. Blum (eds.), Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance (Olomouc, 10–12 May 2013), Olomouc, University of Olomouc, 2014, pp. 293–322 (at pp. 298; 299; cf. p. 316).

128. Prof. Emer. P. Schreiner (University of Cologne), Byzanz in der geistigen Ausein­andersetzung mit den Osmanen. Ein Überblick“, in: R. Lauer / H.G. Majer / N. Maisheva / A. Laski (ed.), Osmanen und Islam in Südesteuropa (‘Abhandlungen der Akademie der Wissen­schaften in Göttingen. Philologisch-Historische Klasse. Neue Folge’, 24), Berlin, 2014, pp. 103–116 (at p. 103; cf. p. 114).

129. Dr. M. Fanelli, Le élites ecclesiastiche bizantine a fronte alla minaccia turca nel XIV secolo: L’Athos, Gregorio Palamas, Giovanni VI Cantacuzeno e il patriarcha Callisto I (Doct. Diss.), Università degli Studi di Padova, Padova, 2014 (at p. 244).

 

130. Prof. Chr. W. Kappes (Pennsylvania), The Immaculate Conception: Why Thomas Aquinas Denied, While John Duns Scotus, Gregory Palamas, and Mark Eugenicus Professed the Absolute Immaculate Existence of Mary, New Bedford, MA: Academy of the Immaculate, 2014, pp. 72; 89; 92; 94-95; 115; 120-121; 130; 167;183; 192.

 

2015:

131. Dr. M. Briel (Fordham University), A Greek Thomist: Providence in Gennadios Scholarios (Doct. Diss., Fordham University), pp. 10; 95; 99; 104–106; 107; 135; 137; 138; 139; 154; 172; 187; 188; 189; 190; 191; 198; 199; 200; 201; 218; 225; 236; 252 (cf. pp. 275–276; 312).

132. Dr. D. Makarov, “The First Origin, Thinking and Memory in the Byzantine Philosophy of the Late 13th and 14th Centuries: Some Historico-Philosophical Observations”, in: M. Kneze­vic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 341–358 (at p. 349).

133. Prof. Dr. I. Polemis, “Manuel II Palaiologos between Gregory Palamas and Thomas Aqui­nas”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 353–363 (at p. 353).

134. M. Knezevic, “Authority and Tradition: The Case of Dionysius Pseudo-Areopagite in the Writing On Divine Unity and Distinction by Gregory Palamas”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra 2015, pp. 375–390 (at pp. 376; 381; 382; 387).

135. M. Dordevic, “Nicholas Cabasilas and His Sacramental Synthesis”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alhambra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 391–400 (at pp. 392; 395).

136. Dr. P. Athanasopoulos (Postdoctoral fellow, University of Venice), “Scholarios against Ple­thon on Philoso­phy vs. Myth”, in: M. Knezevic (ed.), The Ways of Byzantine Philosophy, Alham­bra: Sebastian Press, 2015, pp. 401–27 (at pp. 401; 402; 415; 416; 420; 421; 422; 427).

137. Dr. B. Roosen (University of Leuven), “Eulogii Alexandrini quae supersunt. Old and New Fragments from Eulogius of Alexandria’s oeuvre (CPG 6971–6879)”, Medioevo Greco 15, 2015, pp. 201–240 (at pp. 202; 203; 207; 228; 232; 235; 236; 238).

138. M. Plested, “Gregory Palamas”, in: K. Parry (ed.), The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Patristics, Oxford: Blackwell, 2015, pp. 293305 (at pp. 294; 296; 304).

139. Dr. P. Athanasopoulos (Postdoctoral fellow, University of Venice), “Scholarii Excerpta ex Theodoreti episcopi Cyrensis Graecarum Affectionum Curatione: Editio Princeps”, Revue des Etudes Byzantines 73, 2015, pp. 161–188 (at pp. 163; 178–180; 187).

140. S. Mariev, M. Marchetto / K. Luchner (eds.), Bessarion. Über Natur und Kunst. Griechisch - Lateinisch - Deutsch. Neu ediert, übersetzt und mit einer Einleitung und Kommentar herausgegeben (Philosophische Bibliothek’, 670), Hamburg, 2015, p. 221 (cf. pp. 285; 286).

 

2016:

141. Dr. M.-H. Blanchet (C.N.R.S.), «Atoumès, un nouveau traducteur byzantin de Thomas d’Aquin», in: A. Berger / S. Mariev / G. Prinzing / A. Riehle (eds.), Koinotaton Doron: Das späte Byzanz zwischen Machtlosskeit und kultureller Blute (12041461) (Byzantinisches Archiv’, 31), Ber­lin: De Gruyter, pp. 1737 (at pp. 17; 20).

142. Chr. W. Kappes, “Mark of Ephesus. The Council of Florence, and the Roman Papacy”, in: J. Chryssavgis (ed.), Primacy in Church. The Office of Primate and the Authority of Councils. Vol. I: Historical and Theological Perspectives, New York, 2016, pp. 109–149 (at pp. 117–118).

143. Senior Lecturer Dr. Ch. Dendrinos (Director of the Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), “Manuel II Palaeologus”, in: M. Sgarbi (ed.), Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, Springer, 2016, pp. 19 (at p. 8) (https://  ).

144. D.N. Moschos, “The Churches of the East and the Enlightenment”, in: U.L. Lechner / R.A. Muller / A.G. Roeber (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Theology, 1600-1800, Oxford, 2016, pp. 499-516, at p. 506 (cf. p. 514).

145. Dimitrova N., Human Knowledge According to Saint Maximus the Confessor, Eugene, Oregon: Resource Publ., 2016, p. 176 (cf. p. 185).

 

2017:

146. Dr. M. Konstantinou-Rizos, An Edition of Prochoros Cydones’ (ca. 1330 – 1369/71) Un­pu­b­lished Greek Translation of Thomas Aquinas’ “Quaestiones disputatae de Potentia” and “Quaestio dis­pu­tata de spiritualibus creaturis” (Doct. Diss.; The Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London), London, 2017 (at pp. 12; 13; 14; 18; 20; 22; 920; 928; 936; 937; 938; 941; cf. pp. 947–948).

147. Dr. E. Kanaeva, “The Debate about the Procession of the Holy Spirit in Constantinople in the 30ies of the 14th Century” (in Russian, with an English Summary), St Tikhon’s University Review. Series II: History, Russian Church History 74, 2017, pp. 26–40 (at p. 32; cf. p. 39).

148. Dr. S. Celik (Research Center for Anatolian Civilisations, Koc University, Istanbul), “The Emperor, the Sultan and the Scholar: The Portrayal of the ottomans in the Dialogue with a Persian of Manuel II Palaiologos”, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 41/2, 2017, pp. 208–228 (at p. 210).

149. B.H. Kucuk, “Ibrahim Muteferikka’s Copernican Rhetoric”, in:  S. Fransen / N. Hodson / K.A.E. Enenkel (eds.), Translating Early Modern Science, Leiden: Brill, 2017, pp. 258-285, at p. 267.

150. M. Constas, “A Greater and More Hidden Word: Maximos the Confessor and the Nature of Language”, in: S. Mitralexis / G. Steiris / M. Podbielski / S. Lalla (eds.), Maximus the Confessor as a European Philosopher (‘Veritas’, 25), Eugene (Oregon), 2017, pp. 95-109, at p. 101 (cf. p. 108).

151. A. Galonnier (CNRS, Centre Jean Pépin - Villejuif), «Nature, orientation exégétique et posterité des Dix catégories du Pseudo Augustin», HAL – Archives ouvertes, 2017, pp. 1–50 (at p. 49) (https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01502589 ).

152. M. Levering, Engaging the Doctrine of Creation: Cosmos, Creatures, and the Wise and Good Creator, Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2017, p. 97.

 

6. 2009/10-: member of the Advisory Board of O. Christodoulidou's on-going Doct. Diss.: “Η ευδαιμονία ως σκοπός της παιδείας στην όψιμη περίοδο του Νεοελληνικού Διαφωτισμού” (Department of Education, Faculty of Humanities and Social Studies, University of Patras, Greece).

7. 2009/10-2012/13: External Advisor of V. Pasiourtides’ completed Doct. Diss.: “An Annotated Critical Edition of Demetrios Chrysoloras’ ‘Dialogue on Demetrios Kydones’ ‘Antirrhetic against Neilos Kabasilas’”, Royal Holloway College, University of London (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/Hellenic-Institute/studying/Thesis.html).

8. 2012/13-: member of the Advisory Board of I. Kassides’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “The Destiny of γένος: the Concept of Responsibility for the Continuation of the γένος in George Scholarios – Gennadios II” (Department of History, Ionian University, Greece).

9. 2012/13-: External Advisor of M. Konstantinou-Rizos’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “The Transmission of Latin Philosophical and Theological Writings in Late Byzantium: Prochoros Cydones’ Greek Translations of Thomas Aquinas’ 'Quaestiones disputatae de potentia' and 'Quaestiones disputatae de spiritualibus creaturis' and their Manuscript Background”, Royal Holloway College, University of London (http://www.rhul.ac.uk/hellenic-institute/studying/Thesis.html).

10. 2013/14-: member of the Advisory Board of Christina Semertzidou's’ on-going Doct. Diss.: “Aristotle. 'De sensu et sensato'. An Introduction and Commentary” (Department of Philology, University of Ioannina, Greece).

 

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Publications

 

George Gennadios II - Scholarios' Abridgment of the Parva Naturalia and its Place in his oeuvre 
Type: 
Contribution to a collective volume
Authors: 
John A. Demetracopoulos
In: 
Supplementing the Science of Soul: The Parva Naturalia in Greek, Arabic, Latin and Hebrew Aristotelianism ("Studies in the History of Philosophy of Mind" 17), pp. 233-315
Publication Year: 
2018 
Publisher: 
Springer
Scientist in charge: 
Assoc. Prof. Dr. B. Byden / F. Radovic (University of Gothenburg)

Thomas Latinus - Thomas Graecus: Thomas Aquinas and his Reception in Byzantium. Proceedings of a Conference Held at the Stavros Niarchos Culture Centre, Athens, 15-16 Dec. 2017
Type: 
Proceedings
Authors: 
J.A. Demetracopoulos / Ch. Dendrinos (eds.)
Publication Year: 2018

Publisher: Athens: Artos Zois

 

Scholarios’ On Almsdeeds, or How to Convert a Scholastic ‘Quaestio’ into a Sermon

Type: Contribution to a collective volume
Authors: 
John A. Demetracopoulos
In: 
Acts of the Conference:‘Never the Twain shall Meet’: Latins and Greeks Learning from Each Other in Byzantium (Stockholm, 24–26 June 2015) (‘Byzantinisches Archiv – Series Philosophica’, 3)
Publication Year: 
2018, pp. 129-177
Publisher: 
De Gruyter (Berlin)
Scientist in charge:
 Prof. D.N. Searby (University of Stockholm)

 

 

 

Philosophy and Christianity in George Scholarios - Genna­dios II: An Overview of the Central Issues

Type: Article in journal
Authors: 
John A. Demetracopoulos
In: 
Philosophia
Publication Year: 
2017, pp. 243268
Publisher: 
Research Centre for Greek Philosophy, The Academy of Athens
Scientist in charge:
 M. Protopappa, Director, Research Centre for Greek Philosophy, 
The Academy of Athens

 

«’Phædo’ Scepticus vs. ‘Phædo’ Christianus: Ο Σέξτος Εμπειρικός και ο Γρηγόριος Ναζιανζηνός για το πρόβλημα του διδασκάλου της αληθείας» (in Modern Greek; “Phædo’ Scepticus vs. ‘Phædo’ Christianus: Sextus Empiricus and Gregory Nazianzen on the Teacher of Truth”)

Type: Contribution to a collective volume
Authors:
John A. Demetracopoulos
In:
Φιλοσοφία και παιδεία. Πρακτικά ημερίδας προς τιμήν του Ι.Γ. Δελλή (Πάτρα, 10 Νοεμβρίου 2013), pp. 127-140
Publication Year:
2017
Publisher:
Gutenberg (Athens)
Scientist in charge:
John A. Demetracopoulos; Assoc.
Prof. John Kalogerakos (Philosophical Faculty, University of Athens)

The Portrait of Basil the Great in the Modern Greek Religious Education Handbook for the 5th Year of Elementary Education (in Modern Greek: Η προσωπικότητα και η σκέψη του Μεγάλου Βασιλείου στο ελληνικό εγχειρίδιο Θρησκευτικών της Ε΄ Δημοτικού)

Type: Article
Authors:
John A. Demetracopoulos
In: 
Arethas. A Yearbook of the Department of Education, University of Patras, vol. 4, pp. 35-70
Publication Year:
2016
Publisher:
Department of Education, University of Patras

Christian Scepticism. The Reception of Xenophanes’ B34 in Heathen and Christian Antiquity and its Sequel in Byzantine Thought
Type:
Contribution to a collective volume
Authors:
John A. Demetracopoulos
In: 
Essays in Renaissance Thought and Letters in Honor of John Monfasani (‘Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History’, vol. 211), pp. 243-445
Publication Year:
2015
Publisher:
E.J.Brill
Scientist in charge:
Assoc. Prof. Dr. A. Frasier (Texas University, Austin) / Assoc. Prof. Dr. P. Nold (University at Albany, State University of New York)

Hermonymos Christonymos Charitonymos' Capita decem pro divinitate Christi: A Posthumous Reaction to Plethon's anti-Christianism
Type:
Contribution to Conference Acts
Authors:
John A. Demetracopoulos
In: 
Georgios Gemistos Plethon: The Byzantine and the Latin Renaissance, pp. 143-259
Publication Year:
2014
Publisher:
Centre for Patristic, Medieval and Renaissance Texts
Scientist in charge:
Prof. Dr. P.R. Blum (Loyola University, Maryland); Assist. Prof. Dr. J. Matula (Palacký Unive
rsity, Olomouc)

Abstract: In 1458/60, Hermonymos Christonymos Charitonymos (died shortly after 1467), an admirer of Plethon who wrote a Hymnody upon his death (1452 or 1454), wrote the Capita decem pro divinitate Christi (a unicum in Byzantine literature), which he dedicated to the prince of Mistras Thomas Palaiologos. Contrary to what was argued in 1611 and 2003, i.e., that this writing addressed the Muslims’ disbelief in the divinity of Jesus Christ, it is shown that Christonymos intended to refute the repudiation of Jesus and His disciples as “charlatans” in Plethon’s Laws. Christonymos’ arguments were meticulously drawn from Origen’s Contra Celsum, Eusebius of Caesarea’s Demonstratio Evangelica, Book III (used by Plethon as well), (Ps.-?) John Chrysostom’s Quod Christus sit Deus, and several writings by George Scholarios-Gennadios II. Christonymos’ apologetic writing went hand in hand with Scholarios’ project to suppress Plethon’s neo-paganism.

Gregory Nazienzne: Sceptic or Anti-Sceptic?
Type:
article in journal
Authors:
John A. Demetracopoulos
In: Georgios Archiv fur mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur, vol. 20, pp. 116-143
Publication Year:
2014
Publisher:
Institut fur mittelalterliche Philosophie und Kultur, University of Sofia
Scientist in charge:
Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (University of Sofia), Prof. Dr. A. Speer (University of Cologne)

Commission VI: Byzantine Philosophy. Section 2: Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus
Type:
Report
Authors:
John A. Demetracopoulos / Ch. Dendrinos
In: Bulletin de philosophie médiévale, vol. 56, pp. 13-22
Publication Year:
2014
Publisher: Brepols (Turnhout, Belgium)
Scientist in charge: 
Prof. Dr. Kent Emery (University of Notre Dame)

"When East met West: the Reception of Latin Philosophical and Theological Thought in Late Byzantium". Proceedings of the 2012 Institute of Classical Studies Colloquium, 11-12 June 2012, Senate House, University of London
Publication Year: 2013
Published: Nicolaus: Rivista di Teologia Ecumenico-patristica, vol. 40
Publisher: Facolta Teologica Pugliese, Istituto di Teologia Ecumenico-patristica greco-bizantina
Scientist in charge: J.A. Demetracopoulos / Ch. Dendrinos (Sen. Lect., Director of the Hellenic Institute, Royal Holloway, University of London)
 
The Infuence of Thomas Aquinas on Late Byzantine Philosophical and Theological Thought: à propos of the 'Thomas de Aquino Byzantinus' Project
Type: Article in journal
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
In: Bulletin de philosophie médiévale
Publication Year: 2012
Published: Vol. 54, pp. 101-124
Publisher: Brepols (Turnhout, Belgium)
Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr. Kent Emery (University of Notre Dame)
 
Philosophy in Byzantium
Type: Chapter in Collective Volume
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
In: J. Inglis / F. Daniel / T. Kukkonen (eds.), The Blackwell History of Philosophy in the Middle Ages: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism
Publication Year: forthcoming in 2016 (ca. 30 pages)
Scientist in charge: J. Inglis / F. Daniel / T. Kukkonen
Abstract:http://books.google.com/books/about/The_Blackwell_History_of_Philosophy_in_t.html?id=fAfVPAAACAAJ
 
“Cabasilas, Nicholas”, “Calecas, Manuel”; “Cydones, Demetrius”; “Cydones, Prochorus”; “Gennadius II - Scholarius, George”; “Gregoras, Nicephorus”; “Theophanes of Nicaea”
Type: Entries in Dictionary
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
In: Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Christian East, pp. 355-358; 360-362; 577-582; 582-583; 834-837; 895-897; 1823-1825
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Rome
Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr. E.G. Farrugia (Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Rome)
 
The Christian Platonism of Barlaam the Calabrian: In Search of the Theological and Philosophical Sources of His Greek Epistles (ca. 240 pages)
Type: Monograph
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
Publication Year: forthcoming in 2016
 
The Conditional Morality of Dispensation: Manuel Calecas’ Translation of Anselm of Canterbury’s «Cur Deus homo» (editio princeps) and its Influence on Late Byzantine Thought
Type: Contribution to Congress Acts
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
Publication Year: forthcoming in 2016 (ca. 80 pages)
 
“Nikephoros Blemmydes”; “Theodoros II Doukas Laskaris”; “Theodoros Metochites”; “Sophonias”; “Barlaam von Kalabria”; “Demetrios Kydones”; “Prochoros Kydones”; “Manuel Kalekas”; “Theophanes von Nikaia”; “Nikolaos Kabasilas”; “Georgios Gennadios II. Scholarios” (ca. 90 pages)
Type: Chapters in Collective Volume
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
Publication Year: forthcoming in 2016
Published: G. Kapriev (ed.), Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie. Begründet von F. Überweg. Die Philosophie des Mittelalters. Band 1/1: Jüdische und byzantinische Philosophie. Bandteil: Byzantinische Philosophie
Publisher: Basel: Schwabe-Verlag
Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr. G. Kapriev (University of Sofia)
 
“Purchotius Graecus” II: Vikentios Damodos’ «Concise Metaphysics», Part I ("Ontology") and II ("Pneumatology")
Type: Journal
In: Studia Neoaristotelica – A Journal of Analytical Scholasticism (University of South Bohemia, Faculty of Theology) 11/1, 2014

Abstract: Vikentios Damodos (1700-1754) was a private teacher of philosophy and theology in Cephalonia (Kephallenia), Ionian Islands (Greece), when they were under Venetian rule. He had studied in Venice and Padua and elaborated a Greek Concise Metaphysics, which forms a part of his hefty Philosophy. Concise Metaphysics is a selective translation or adaptation of passages from the respective parts of Institutiones philosophicae by Edmond Pourchot, a Scholastico-Cartesian professor of philosophy (1651-1734); namely from Metaphysics of Vol. I (Logic and Metaphysics); as well as from the respective parts (Compendium Metaphysicae; Exercitationes scholasticae) of Vol. V (Exercitationes scholasticae, sive Series disputationum ontologicarum or Exercitationes ontologicae) of Pourchot’s textbook. Damodos’ work is enriched by an Appendix, which includes some Metaphysical Questions. Like Damodos’ Concise Ethics, where the respective parts of the same textbook were plagiarized, the main body (Part I: “Ontology”; Part II: “Pneumatology”, sc. on spiritual beings) of the Concise Metaphysics testifies to his good apprehension of the content of the Latin original. Yet too, it shows no traces of philosophical thought on the part of the plagiarist. Damodos modified the content of the Latin text only with regard to Filioque and Trinitarian terminology, which was not acceptable to himself and his fellow Orthodox addressees. Damodos seems further to have been aware of the issue of whether theological topics (such as those regarding angels, which, as ‘spiritual beings’, fall under the subject matter of metaphysics) should be admitted into metaphysical handbooks. He shares Pourchot’s view that this is in principle forbidden, although it can be accepted for practical reasons, just as another Scholastico-Cartesian, Jean-Baptiste du Hamel (1624-1706) had done in his own Metaphysics. Du Hamel, in his turn, had been a latent yet basic source of Pourchot’s “Institutiones philosophicae”. Damodos enriched his own handbook by means of some additional material (e.g., on the various sorts of metaphysical ‘distinctions’), which he drew from du Hamel’s Logic and Metaphysics (from the Philosophia vetus et nova) and, probably, from the metaphysical part of the handbook of Thomistic philosophy by Antonius Goudinus (1639-1695).

Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
Published: 2014, pp. 5-63 (http://www.pdcnet.org/pdc/bvdb.nsf/purchase?openform&fp=studneoar&id=studneoar_2014_0011_0001_0005_0063)

 

 
The Stoic Background to the Universality of Anselm’s Definition of "God" in «Proslogion» 2: Boethius’ «Second Commentary on Aristotle’s “De Interpretatione”» ad 16a7-11
Type: Contribution to Congress Acts
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
Publication Year: 2012
Published: Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale. Universalità della Raggione. Pluralità delle Filosofie nel Medioevo. XII Congresso Internazionale di Filosofia Medievale (Palermo, 17-22 settembre 2007), Vol. II.1 (Comunicazioni: Latina), pp. 121-138
Full text: Demetracopoulos - Anselm’s Definition of God in Proslogion.pdf
Publisher: Palermo: Officina di Studi Medievali
Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr. A. Musco (University of Palermo)
 
Thomas Aquinas' Impact on Late Byzantine Theology and Philosophy: The Issues of Method or “Modus Sciendi” and “Dignitas Hominis”
Type: Contribution to Congress Acts
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
In: Miscellanea Mediaevalia, Bd. 36
Publication Year: 2012
Published: A. Speer / Ph. Steinkrüger (eds.), Knotenpunkt Byzanz: Wissensformen und kulturelle Wechselbeziehungen, pp. 333-410
Full text: Demetracopoulos - Dignitas hominis in Byzantium.pdf
Publisher: Berlin / New York: W. de Gruyter
Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. A. Speer (Cologne)
 
In Search of the Pagan and Christian Sources of John of Damascus’ Theodicy: Ammonius, the Son of Hermeias, Stephanus of Athens and John Chrysostom on God’s Foreknowledge and Predestination and Man’s Freewill
Type: Contribution to Conference Acts
Authors: John A. Demetracopoulos
In: “Studies in Byzantine History and Civilization”, Vol. 4 (http://brepols.metapress.com/content/n720437462v3w644)
Publication Year: 2012
Published: A. Rigo (ed.), Byzantine Theology and Its Philosophical Background, pp. 50-86
Publisher: Turnhout (Belgium): Brepols
Scientist in charge: Prof. Dr. A. Rigo (University of Venice)
Abstract: John of Damascus (ca. 655 – ca. 745) occupies a p

Ch. Dendrinos / J.A. Demetracopoulos (eds.), Thomas Latinus - Thomas Graecus: Thomas Aquinas and his Reception in Byzantium. Proceedings of a Conference Held at the Stavros Niarchos Culture Centre, Athens, 15-16 Dec. 2017, Athens: Artos Zois.

 

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