Chapter 1. Augustine: The Theft of the Pears Scott Macdonald and Gareth Matthews Chapter 2. Boethius on Determinism and Free Choice Christophe Erismann and Norman Kretzmann Chapter 3. Anselm's Ontological Argument William Rowe and Cora Diamond Chapter 4. Anselm on Free Choice and Moral Responsibility Thomas Williams and Katherine Rogers Chapter 5. Abelard's Internalist Ethics Ian Wilks and Robert Sokolowski Chapter 6. Abstraction and Emanation in Avicenna Deborah Black and Dag Hasse Chapter 7. Creation and Cosmology in Maimonides' Guide for the Perplexed T. M. Rudavsky and W. Harvey Chapter 8. Bonaventure's Epistemology Timothy Noone Chapter 10. Aquinas and Aristotelian Naturalism Bonnie Kent and Terrence Irwin Chapter 11. Aquinas on Analogy E. Jennifer Ashworth and Ralph McInerny Chapter 12. Scotus and Ockham on Intuitive and Abstractive Cognition Giorgio Pini and Douglas C. Langston Chapter 13. Scotus and Ockham on Universals and Individuation JT Paasch
Jeffrey Hause is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Creighton University.
A well-chosen collection of outstanding papers on a wide range of issues that figure prominently in medieval philosophy. This, together with the complementary primary sources, would provide a superb introduction to the field.
Sydney Penner, Ohio State University