Tags » Medieval Philosophy

Denys the Carthusian: Opera Omnia Online

I’ve been researching the theology of the Carthusians lately, in order to better understand how the monastic attitude towards silence developed. I’ve come across a number of very useful resources, but I found it very surprising to discover that there is yet to be a good critical edition of the many works Denys the Carthusian (1402-1471). 266 more words

Current Research

Philosophy Class Discussions (Part IV): Thomas Aquinas & The Five Ways (The Cosmological Argument)

It’s time for Part IV of my class discussions from Philosophy. We jumped to a different subject/philosopher here: Thomas Aquinas and The Five Arguments for the existence of (the Judeo-Christian) God. 1,511 more words

Philosophy

Putting Plotinus back in the jungle

At long last, I have turned in the first chapter of my dissertation.  I have a concern that it is too long at 74 pages, with a 4 page introduction, but I will let my adviser decide that.  1,108 more words

Dissertation Progress

An appeal

We are planning to publish a collection based on the conference we held in December 2013. To supplement these we have invited a number of additional contributions in various thematic areas.  135 more words