Wednesday, June 17, 2015

The End is Nigh!

According to Amazon.com, there are no forthcoming books on Scotus. Not quite the end, I suppose; I was at a conference a week ago and saw a sample copy of the massive Newman-Scotus reader, so stay tuned!

6 comments:

Credo In Unum Deum said...

It's there!
http://www.amazon.com/Newman-Scotus-Reader-Contexts-Commonalities/dp/160114069X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1434638137&sr=8-1&keywords=newman+scotus+reader

Friar Charles, FI said...

Ave Maria!
It is also available at a special price on the publisher's website:
http://academyoftheimmaculate.com/the-newman-scotus-reader-contexts-and-commonalities.html

FULL DISCLOSURE: My order is the one who published it, I am assigned to work with our publishing apostolate, and am the current webmaster of the linked-to website.

Ave Maria!
fra Charles, FI

PS: Lee, were you at the symposium Sursum Actio about two weeks ago at Notre Dame? Were you in the overflow room or in the main room?

Lee Faber said...

I was in the main room, after lunch on the first day.

Franciscans of the Immaculate said...

I am the brother with the (picture, not video) camera.

Alex Hall said...

Half of the forthcoming volume of the proceedings of the society for medieval logic and metaphysics (published with cambridge scholars publishing) is devoted to Scotus. It should be out some time in the next few months. Here are the relevant contents (the other half is on Maimonides' natural theology):

On the Authenticity of Scotus’s Logical Works
Edward Buckner

Scotus on the Species of Quality
Lloyd A. Newton

Logic, Ontology, and the Psychology of Universals in Duns Scotus
Cruz Gonzalez-Ayesta and David Gonzalez-Ginocchio

The Semantic Unity of the Analogous Concept according
to John Capreolus
Domenic D’Ettore

Can We Speak About That Which Is Not? Actualism and Possibilism
in Analytic Philosophy and Scholasticism 155
Lukáš Novák

lee faber said...

Thanks, Alex!