LIST OF PUBLICATIONS: JOHN MARENBON (excluding shorter reviews, and publications outside my main area of academic specialism




From the Circle of Alcuin to the School of Auxerre. Logic, Theology and Philosophy in the early Middle Ages (Cambridge, 1981) (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought, 2nd series) Early Medieval Philosophy (480-1150): an introduction (London, 1983) [revised edition with a new introduction, extra notes and bibliography, and one section rewritten: 1988; Japanese translation: 1992] Later Medieval Philosophy (1150-1350): an introduction (London, 1987) [Japanese translation: 1989; second edition, with additional notes and bibliography: 1992] Aristotle in Britain during the Middle Ages (Turnhout, 1996) [editor] The Philosophy of Peter Abelard (Cambridge, 1997) [paperback edition, with corrections and Bibliographical note, 1999] The Routledge History of Philosophy, vol. III (The Middle Ages) (London, 1998; paperback edn, 2003) [editor] Abelard. ‘Collationes’ (‘Dialogue between a Christian, a Philosopher and a Jew’), edition with translation, introduction and notes (Oxford Medieval Texts) – with Giovanni Orlandi (who has been responsible for the Latin text and the textual section of the introduction) Aristotelian Logic, Platonism, and the Context of Early Medieval Philosophy in the West (Variorum Collected Studies series) (Aldershot, 2000) [This consists of reprints of previously published articles (nos. 2.3,2.4,2. 6,2.7, 2.8,2.9,2.12,2.13,2.14,2.15,2.19,2.20,2.21,2.25; revised, English versions of two articles previously published in foreign languages, and some previously unpublished material: see 2.32] Poetry and Philosophy in the Middle Ages. A Festschrift for Peter Dronke (Mittellateinische Studien und Texte 29) (Leiden/Boston/Cologne, 2001) [editor]



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) Eriugena: Studien zu seinen Quellen (Heidelberg. 1990) (Acta Philosophica Fennica 48). 609-21 2. 116. pp.T. Nelson (eds) Charles the Bald: Court and Kingdom 2nd edition (Aldershot. Nelson (eds) Charles the Bald: Court and Kingdom (Oxford. pp.L. 1981). Beierwaltes (ed. 353-7 ‘John Scottus and Carolingian Theology: from the De praedestinatione. 1991). J.7 2. 303-25 ‘Symposium on the Theoretical and Practical Autonomy of Philosophy in the Middle Ages: Latin Philosophy.L.2 : Mensch und Natur im Mittelalter (Berlin/New York. 1982). Vrin – forthcoming. 595-609 ‘Abelard’s Concept of Natural Law’ in A. Murdoch. New York. Charles the Bald and John Scottus Eriugena’ in M.) A History of Twelfth-Century Western Philosophy (Cambridge. 1992). pp. Niiniluoto (eds) Knowledge and the Sciences in Medieval Philosophy (Helsinki. pp. Zimmermann (ed. Studien zur Geschichte der Philosophie des Mittelalters (Amsterdam/Philadelphia. pp. 1250-1350’ in M.6 2. Asztalos.4 2. 446-52 ‘Gilbert of Poitiers’ and ‘A Note on the Porretani’ in P.11 Boethius (Oxford University Press. its Background and its Critics.) Studia Patristica XVIII (Oxford. Dronke (ed. I. publication mid/late -2005) Articles and contributions to collective works 2. 1990).T. Puta (eds) Historia Philosophiae Medii Aevi. 262-74 ‘Abelard’s Concept of Possibility’ in B.3 2.34 ‘Wulfad.8 2.10 1. Gibson & J. pp.5 ‘Les sources du vocabulaire d'Aldhelm’. pp. Recherches de théologie ancienne et médiévale 47 (1980) 271-7 ‘John Scottus and the Categoriae Decem’ in W. 1980). Gibson & J.1. Archivium latinitatis medii aevi 41 (1979) 75-90 ‘A Florilegium from the Periphyseon’. 328-52. Livingstone (ed. 375-83 ‘Making Sense of the De trinitate: Boethius and Some of his Medieval Interpreters’ in E.E.2 2. pp. 1983). la prescience et les futurs contingents – de Boèce à Thomas d’Aquin (Paris.1 2. 2003) Le temps. Mojsisch and O.10 2 .) Miscellanea Mediaevalia 21. in M. to the Periphyseon’.9 2.

16 2. 1995) Articles for A Dictionary of Philosophy. pp. Westra (ed. 1997) (Schriften des Historischen Kollege. Leaman (eds. Abelard etc. 1997) Articles for the Routledge Encylopaedia of Philosophy on The Carolingian Renaissance. Nasr and O.12 ‘Abelard.) Dialektik und Rhetorik im früheren und hohen Mittelalter (Munich.22 2.1 (1992) 51-61 ‘Medieval Latin commentaries and Glosses on Aristotelian Logical Texts.) Aristotle in Britain [see above. 1. 171-92 Articles for the Oxford Companion to Literature in French (Scholasticism. no. Medieval’ for The Dictionary of Art (London. 1996) (most of the entries on medieval writers and topics) [now in paperback as the Penguin Dictionary of Philosophy] ‘Medieval Christian and Jewish Europe’ in S. 1993). 21-49 ‘Alcuin.4]. 2. 301-14 ‘Vocalism. Mautner (Oxford. McKitterick (ed. II. William of Conches (London/New York.23 3 .13 2. 1997 . ed. pp. Berndt (ed.20 2. pp. 1-19 ‘Glosses and Commentaries on the Categories and De interpretatione before Abelard’. Kolloquien 27).21 2.).D. 1996). Vivarium.11 2. in H. in J. before ca. (Leiden/New York/Cologne.14 2. pp. 1998) 2. 1150 A.18 2.15 2. History of Islamic Philosophy II (London. Nominalism and the Categories’. Boethius. pp. 77-127 ‘Carolingian Thought’. 603-15) ‘Aesthetics. Thierry of Chartres.) Commentaries and Glosses on Aristotelian Logical Texts: the Syriac. pp. The School of Chartres. 1993) (Warburg Institute Surveys and Texts 23).’ in C.) From Athens to Chartres: Neoplatonism and Medieval Thought . in R.2. the Council of Frankfurt and the Beginnings of Medieval Philosophy’ in R.19 2. T. Topoi 11. Ens and Unity’. 1992) (Studien und Texte zur Geistesgeschichte des Mittelalters). Politik und Theologie (Mainz. Carolingian Culture: Emulation and Innovation (Cambridge. 30. (London. History. H. pp.) Das Frankfurter Konzil von 794 im Spannungsfeld von Kirche. Burnett (ed.) (Oxford.). 1001-12 ‘Anselm and the Early Medieval Aristotle’ in Marenbon (ed. pp. 149-58 ‘Abelard's Ethical Theory: Two Definitions from the Collationes’. Arabic and Medieval Latin Traditions . Fried (ed.17 2.

Lenz (New York/London. in Mesaionike Philosofia – Sugchrone ereuna kai problematismoi (Athens.27 2.) Néoplatonisme et philosophie médiévale (Turnhout. G. in English. 2. pp. Chapter 1: Boethius. ed. The Voice of a Twelfth-Century Woman. II. English version of 2. Wheeler. Scholastic Humanism and the Unification of Europe I. Mojsisch (eds). Southern.33 2. 109-129 Introduction.30 2.26 2. I.7]. Summerell) in T. 1-2 ‘Introduction’. B.34) ‘Abelard’ in Oxford Companion to Christian Thought. Platon in der abendländischen Geistesgeschichte: neue Forschungen zum Platonsimus (Darmstadt.31 2. no. pp. International Journal of the Classical Tradition 6 (2000) 569-77 ‘Ti einai Mesaionike Philosofia?’. 1997). of 2. Philosophie au XIIe siècle. ed. 2000). Boethius and Bonaventure for The Blackwell Companion to the Philosophers. 1999) ‘Abélard.2. Kobusch and B. 2000).28 2.32) in Marenbon.34 4 . pp.24 ‘Platonismus im zwölften Jahrhundert: alte und neue Zugangsweisen’ (trsl. pp. Chapter 5: ‘Philosophy and its Background in the Early Medieval West’ (part). ed. pp. K.W. 1997). the German Dominicans and the New Translations. Chapter 7: The Twelfth Century. Arrington (Oxford. 2000) ‘Humanism. D. L.24) and ‘What is Medieval Philosophy?’ (= a revised version. transl. Biard (Paris. 1.. XV. pp. Snell & O.32 2. Benakis (ed.29 2. Chapter 10: Bonaventure. 199-215 ‘Victor Cousin’ in Medieval Scholarship : Biographical Studies on the Formation of a Discipline : Philosophy and the Arts (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities) III. Glossary (and also translations from the French of three chapters) in Marenbon (ed. J. Hastings (Oxford. A. Aristotelian Logic [see above. H.6] Articles on Abelard. Damico. 13-22 ‘Authenticity Revisited’.) Routledge History of Philosophy III [above. Sciences. A. ‘Supplement to the Working Catalogue’. Fennema. 128-40. le verbe ‘être’ et la prédication’ in Langage.25 2. 1. 77-106 (see also below. in Listening to Heloise. 101-19 ‘The Platonisms of Peter Abelard’ in L. Scholasticism and the School of Chartres’: review article on R. Foundations. A. pp. ed. ed. 1999). 19-33 (New York. pp. ‘Twelfth-Century Platonism: Old Paths and New Directions’ (= a slightly revised. XVII 2. Demetrakopoulos. 2000).

pp. ‘Gilbert of Poitiers’. A Doxographic Approach. 483-93. J. II. NY and Woodbridge. Gracia and T.W.42 2. Arthur (Turnhout.M. Blackwell. G.N. S. Brepols.44 2.. Ma. interview with Martin Lenz in Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter 7 (2002 ) 179-92 2. Akademie Verlag. A.M. ed. ed. Cambridge University Press.J. Yu (Rochester. A Reader’s Guide. Noone (Oxford and Malden. Ma.W. ed. 27-60 ‘Some Semantic Problems in Anselm’s De Grammatico’ in Latin Culture in the Eleventh Century. pp.38 2. Stammberger (Berlin. 67-89 ‘Abelard’. S. McGrade (Cambridge. pp..39 2. 2003). Blackwell. University of Rochester Press and Boydell & Brewer. Marenbon (see above. 2003). John Marenbon’.36 2.E. pp. 531-46 ‘Eternity’ in The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Philosophy. Gracia. 88-89. pp. ed. ed. ibid.43 2. ed. 51-60 ‘Questioning . McDonough and R. Gersh und M. Schumacher (Oxford and Malden. J. und 13.. pp. Reichberg and B. 2002) (Erudiri Sapientia 3).. pp. Gracia and J. De Gruyter. J. éditions de l’Institut supérieur de philosophie and Peters. Jahrhundert. ‘Alan of Lille’. 690-91 Boethius ‘The Consolation of Philosophy’ in The Classics of Western Philosophy. 2003)..45 5 . [2002]). A.G.E. 2003). ed. 73-86 ‘Platonism – a Doxographic Approach: the Early Middle Ages’ in The Platonic Tradition in the Middle Ages. pp.9). 175-97 ‘Le temps.. Wissenstheorie und Wissenschaftspraxis im 12.F. Ma. ‘William of Champeaux’ in A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages. ed.J. 349-74 ‘Mathematics and Metaphysics in the Division of the Sciences: Gilbert of Poitiers and the Porretans’ in ‘Scientia’ und ‘Disciplina’. Herren. 2002). Hoenen (Berlin and New York. M. 1-17 ‘Dante’s Averroism’. M. pp. R. J. 2003). J. J. 35-36. 1.40 2.2. Berndt. ed.. Galonnier (Louvain-la Neuve and Louvain/Paris/Dudley. pp. la prescience et le déterminisme dans la Consolation de Philosophie de Boèce’ in Boèce ou la chaîne des savoirs. C. LutzBachmann and M.37 2. 105-10 ‘Rationality and Happiness: Interpreting Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy’ in Rationality and Happiness: From the Ancients to the Early Medievals.41 2.35 ‘Peter Dronke and Medieval Latin at Cambridge’ and ‘An Annotated List of Works by Peter Dronke bearing on the Relation between Poetry and Philosophy in the Middle Ages’ in Poetry and Philosophy.

Miller (Amsterdam. Borstale.5 F. ed. ed. ‘Phiosophy of Language. William of (XXXV. Ricklin and E. Ware. Ancient and Medieval’ . Ancient and Medieval’.48 2. pp. XXX. T.49 2. 888-9). Cambridge University Press. Candidus (IX. Oxford University Press. Barnes (with O. Corti) ‘Robert Holcot and the Pagan Philosophers’ in the Proceedings of Britannia Latina. de Libera. 2004). Babey 6 F. ed. 2004). Carron. pp. C. 1344 ‘Boethius and the Problem of Paganism’. pp. 183-5). ed. Ancient and Medieval’in New Dictionary of the History of Ideas ‘Anselm’s Proslogion’ in Central Works of Philosophy I .6 F. ed. 916-7). Kluwer. ed. Conches.203 Shorter entries in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford. American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly. J. Brower and K. Les traditions grecque. Hankey and D. F. A.50 (forthcoming) F.47 2.2 F. Metaphysics. pp. Assertion and Speech Acts: Abelard and some Modern Interpreters’ in Medieval Theories on Assertive and Non-Assertive Language.4 F.1 ‘The Revival of Roman Law and the Rise of Scholasticism’ in A Treatise of Legal Philosophy.3 F.S. 59-80 2. pp. pp. John (III. 624-5). 2004): Baconthorpe. pp. forthcoming) ‘Aquinas. ed. latine et orientale. A. 14th European Symposium of Medieval Logic and Semantics. pp. Mare. W.7 . Thomas (VI. General Philosophers’ Philosophy of Law – Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Shand ‘Les philosophes comme exemples et les exempla philosophorum chez Abélard’ in Proceedings of Exempla docent conference.46 ‘Abelard’s Intellectual Contexts’ in The Cambridge Companion to Abelard. 2004). William of (LVII. J. 196. Maierù and L. William de (XII. pp. Macclesfield.F.2. Radical Orthodoxy and the Importance of Truth’ in a collection of essays critical of Radical Orthodoxy. D. 389-90) ‘Dicta. 125-6). J. William de la (XXXVI. ed. Bruun and L. 78 (2004) 329-48 ‘John (Scottus)’ in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford. Burnett Articles: ‘Logic. Valente (Olschki. 676-7). Oxford University Press. Hedley (Ashgate) ‘Les Catégories au début du moyen âge’ in Les catégories entre l’antiquité et le moyen âge. pp. Guilfoy (Cambridge.

A Medieval Life. Journal of Theological Studies 35 (1984) 540-46 G.) Johannis Scoti Eriugenae Periphyseon. Coleman. The Tragic and the Sublime in Medieval Literature. English Historical Review 109 (1994) 107-109 M. Pelagius. Journal of Theological Studies 44 (1993) 601-608 J. Journal of Theological Studies 36 (1985) 243-48 B. Dörrie. Tachau.4 I. Journal of Theological Studies 47 (1996) 728-32 M. Rees.3 3. Allard (ed.J. Minnis.H.7 3. Herren (ed. English Historical Review 113 (1998) 1254-56 E.5 3.12 7 .10 3. The Anthropology of Johannes Scotus Eriugena.8 3.1 3. Clanchy. Moran.2 3. Mann (eds) Platonismus und Christentum. Festschrift fü H. Jeauneau (ed. n. Vision and Certitude in the Age of Ockham.11 3.6 3.). A Reluctant Heretic and A.9 ‘Les sophismata à l’époque de la logica vetus’ forthcoming in Proceedings of sophismata conference. Abelard. 37 (1990) 76-78 K. Otten. Journal of Theological Studies 32 (1982) 601-608 H.s. ed. de Libera and others ‘The Metamorphoses of Caroline Walker Bynum’ (review article for International Journal of the Classical Tradition) Longer Reviews 3. Iohannis Scotti seu Eriugenae Periphyseon I-III. New Comparison 11 (1991) 180-82 D.) Iohannis Scotti Eriugenae Perphyseon III. Sheldon-Williams (ed.H.F. Blume & F. Journal of Theological Studies 51 (2000) 751-55 3. The medieval Boethius. Studies in the Vernacular Tradition of ‘De consolatione Philosophiae’. Ancient and Medieval Memories.8 F. The Philosophy of John Scottus Eriugena. Journal of Theological Studies 42 (1991) 748-50 W.9 3. A. Indices generales. Boitani.) Iohannis Scotti seu Eriugenae Carmina. Notes and Queries. Journal of Ecclesiastical History 41 (1990) 105-106 P.D.P.

. The Medieval Review (2002) Id. Papers prepared and to be written up Latin Averroism (from Crosspollinations ed. 30 shorter reviews. Religious Studies 36 (2000) 489-96 Boethius.A. Relihan. 160. Erismann [due in next 2 months] Review articles on E. Journal of the Classical Tradition and Speculum . The Neoplatonic Metaphysics and Epistemology of Anselm of Canterbury. The Anselmian Approach to God and mostly for the English Historical Review.022.umich. planned to be c.rgn=main. J. Journal of Theological Studies.3. Rogers.14 I have also written c. and have to meet a deadline of July 2005] Editing a book of essays based on the papers given at the July 2004 15th European Symposium in Medieval Logic and Semantics (‘The Traditions of Logic in the Middle Ages’) [papers are due to be submitted in the next few weeks] Editing (with Tony Street) the proceedings of the first Aristotelian Logic. Consolation of Philosophy. I have already begun work on this book.13 K. trans. Medium Aevum.C.3]. C. January 2004) Introduction (to Traditions of Ancient Logic in the Middle Ages conference.22 (http://www. on the Prior Analytics [to be published in the series ‘Ashgate Studies in Medieval Philosophy’. July 2004) Peter Abelard and Platonic Politics (from Hamburg conference. for a collective volume on Porphyry and the theory of universals.hti. July 2004) Work in progress/ due to be completed over next 6 months Survey article on recent work on Abelard.view=text. 02.09.sid=bc3e91601dfe9041c 11183df5010f016) 3. Journal of Ecclesiastical History. for Journal of the History of Philosophy [due now] Boethius – for Stanford Encylopedia of Philosophy [due now] A paper (in French) on Boethius on universals.2 and 1. East and West colloquium. Mews The Lost Love Letters of Abelard and Heloise A History of Philosophy in the Middle Ages [commissioned by Routledge to replace my existing two-volume Introductions [1.idno=baj9928. papers are due to be submitted in the next few weeks] 8 . 000 words. Stump Aquinas and C.

Major Project in Progress The Problem of Paganism in the Middle Ages January 2005 9 .

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