History of philosophy I: ancient philosophy

For Part II: 1. Pieper (1960)

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For Part II:

1. Pieper (1960)

III-VII (pp. 44-108)

2. Frederick Copleston, SJ, A History of Philosophy: Augustine to Scotus (1950)

3. Copleston, A History of Medieval Philosophy (1972)

4. Armand A. Maurer, CSB, A History of Philosophy: Medieval Philosophy (1962;

Revised ed., 1982). Foreword, Preface (pp. xv-xxi)

5. John Marenbon, Early Medieval Philosophy (480-1150): An Introduction (1988)

6. Philippe Delhaye, Christian Philosophy in the Middle Ages (1960)

Introduction (pp. 7-24)

7. Arthur Hyman and James Walsh, eds. Philosophy in the Middle Ages (1983)

(Choose one excerpt.)

8. John Wippel and Allan Wolter, eds., Medieval Philosophy, From St. Augustine to

Nicholas of Cusa (1969)

(Choose one excerpt.)

For Part III:

1. Pieper (1960)

XII (pp. 151-162)

2. Copleston (1950)

3. Maurer (1982)

4. Marenbon, Later Medieval Philosophy (1150-1350): An Introduction (1987)

5. Etienne Gilson, The Spirit of Mediaeval Philosophy (1940)

XX (“The Middle Ages and Philosophy”)

6. Gilson, Reason and Revelation in the Middle Ages (1938)

III (“The Harmony of Reason and Revelation”)

7. Gilson, History of Christian Philosophy in the Middle Ages (1955)

8. Gilson, The Christian Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas (1956; 1994)


9. Gilson, The Spirit of Thomism (1964)

10. Jacques Maritain, St. Thomas Aquinas (1931)

11. Pieper, The Silence of St. Thomas: Three Essays (1957)

12. Pieper, Guide to Thomas Aquinas (1962)

13. G.K. Chesterton, St. Thomas Aquinas, ‘The Dumb Ox’ (1933)

14. Ralph McInerny, St. Thomas Aquinas (1977); Introductions, Thomas Aquinas:

Selected Writings (1998)

15. Jean-Pierre Torrell, St. Thomas Aquinas; vol. I: The Person and His Work (1996);

vol. II: Spiritual Master (2003)

16. Norman Kretzmann and Eleonore Stump, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Aquinas (1993) (Select one article.)

For Part IV:

1. Copleston, A History of Philosophy: Ockham to Suarez (1953)

2. Maritain (1931)

Appendix III (first three Papal documents—pp. 179-244)

3. John Paul II, “Fides et Ratio” (1998)



Precursors (150-650):

1. St. Justin Martyr (105-165) Second Century

Hortatory Address to the Greeks; Dialogue with Trypho the Jew

2. St. Clement of Alexandria (150-213)

Exhortation to the Greeks; The Stromata (Miscellanies)

3. Origen (185-254) Third Century

On the Principles, or Foundations (De Principiis)

4. St. Gregory of Nyssa (335-395) Fourth Century

Hexameron; On the Creation of Man; Dialogue with Macrina on the Soul

5. ST. AUGUSTINE (354-430)

The Teacher; Free Choice of the Will, and other early dialogues;

Soliloquies; Confessions; The City of God

6. Pseudo Dionysius (475-525) Fifth Century

On the Divine Names; On Celestial Hierarchies

7. Boethius (480-525)

The Consolation of Philosophy; How Substances Can Be Good

8. Cassiodorus (480-565) Sixth Century

On Learning (De Institutione); On the Soul

9. St. Isidoro, Archbishop of Seville (570-636) Seventh Century

The Etymologies, or Origins; The Nature of Things
Founders (800-1200):

10. Alcuin (730-804) Eighth Century

11. John Scotus Eriugena (810-877) Ninth Century

On the Division of Nature

12. Alfarabi (870-950) Tenth Century

On the Intellect and the Intelligible; Philosophy of Plato and Aristotle

13. Avicenna [Ibn Sina] (980-1037) Eleventh Century

Metaphysics: The Healing; Psychology: The Deliverance

14. St. Peter Cardinal Damian (1007-1072)

On Divine Omnipotence

15. ST. ANSELM, Archbishop (1033-1109)

Monologium; Proslogion; subsequent Replies (to Gaunilon)

16. Algazali (1058-1111)

Deliverance from Error; The Incoherence of the Philosophers

17. Peter Abailard (1079-1142) Twelfth Century

Glosses on Porphyry; Ethics, Or Know Thyself

18. St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153)

On Grace and Free Will

19. Hugh of St. Victor (1096-1141)

Didascalion, Or The Art of Reading

20. Peter Lombard, Archbishop (1100-1160)

The Sentences (Positions)

21. Richard of St. Victor (1120-1173)

On the Trinity; On the Grace of Contemplation

22. John of Salisbury (1115-1180)

The Metalogicon; The Polycraticus (Statesman)

23. AVERROËS [Ibn Rushd] (1126-1198)

The Decisive Treatise; The Celestial Sphere; On the De Anima

24. Moses Maimonides (1135-1204)

The Guide for the Perplexed
Masters (1200-1300):

25. Alexander of Hales OSF (1185-1245) Thirteenth Century

Glosses on Peter Lombard’s Sentences

26. Robert Grosseteste, Bishop (1175-1253)

On Light; On Lines, Angles, and Figures

27. ST. ALBERT THE GREAT OP, Bishop (1206-1280)

Summa of Creatures; Summa of Theology

28. Roger Bacon OSF (1214-1292)

Opus Maius (Longer Work); Opus Minus; Opus Tertium

29. ST. BONAVENTURE OSF, Cardinal (1221-1274)

On the Hexameron; Retracing the Arts to Theology
30. ST. THOMAS AQUINAS OP (1225-1274)

Disputed Questions; Summa Theologiae; On Being and Essence
31. Siger of Brabant (1240-1284)

On the Eternity of the World; On the Intellective Soul

32. Boetius of Dacia OP (1250-1300)

On the Supreme Good, or On the Life of the Philosopher

33. Giles of Rome, Archbishop (1247-1316)

Theorems on Existence and Essence

34. BL. JOHN DUNS SCOTUS OSF (1265-1308)

Commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard; The Questions

35. Meister Eckhart OP (1260-1327) Fourteenth Century

Questions on Being

36. DANTE ALIGHIERI (1265-1321)

Convivio (The Banquet); The Divine Comedy
Successors: (1300-1550)

37. Marsilius of Padua (1280-1343)

The Defender of Peace

38. WILLIAM OF OCKHAM OSF (1298-1349)

Complete Summa of Logic; Commentaries on the Sentences

39. John Buridan (1295-1358)

Questions on the Metaphysics; on the Nicomachean Ethics

40. John Gerson (1363-1429)

Propositions on the Modes of Signification; The Concordance

41. Nicholas of Cusa, Cardinal (1401-1464) Fifteenth Century

On Learned Ignorance

42. Marsiglio Ficino (1433-1499)

The Platonic Theology on the Immortality of the Soul

43. Thomas de Vio OP, Cardinal Cajetan (1469-1534)

Commentaries on the Summa Theologiae and On Being and Essence

44. Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536) Sixteenth Century

The Praise of Folly; Colloquies (On Free Will; On Faith)

45. ST. THOMAS MORE (1478-1535)

Utopia; The Dialogue of Comfort in Tribulation; The Apology

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