Wayne J. Hankey



  • God in Himself, Aquinas’ Doctrine of God as Expounded in the Summa Theologiae, Oxford Theological Monographs (Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 1987), 196 pages. Reprinted 2000 in the series Oxford Scholarly Classics.

  • Pantokrator, the Cosmic Christ:  A Theology of Nature. (Charlottetown: St. Peter’s Publications, Inc., 2005).

Joint Publications

  • Lévinas et L’héritage Grec, par Jean-Marc Narbonne (pages 1-122),  suivi de Cent Ans De Néoplatonisme En France: Une Brève Histoire Philosophique, par Wayne Hankey (pages 123-268), Paris/Québec, Collection Zêtêsis, Libraire Philosophique J. Vrin/Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2004.

  • Levinas and the Greek Heritage, by Jean-Marc Narbonne (pages 1-96), followed by One Hundred Years of Neoplatonism in France: A Brief Philosophical Historyby Wayne Hankey (pages 97-248). Studies in Philosophical Theology. Leuven/Paris/Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2006.(MS Word format)

Edited Volumes

  • General Editor, Common Prayer, a devotional and practical commentary on Scripture as ordered by the Canadian Book of Common Prayer [1962], 6 volumes, (Charlottetown:  St. Peter Publications, 1985-93).  Volume 1: Advent to Epiphany V(ix & 104 pp.), Volume 2: Septuagesima to Easter Even (ix & 128 pp.), Volume 3: Easter to Pentecost (78 pp.), Volume 4: Trinity Sunday to Trinity XII & Volume 5: Trinity XIII to XXVI  (259 pp.) and Volume 6: Parochial Homilies for the Eucharist based on the Lectionary of the Book of Common Prayer (164 pp.). Between 1998 and 2002 volumes 1 to 5 were reissued in revised editions under a new general editor.


Scholarly Articles

  1. "The Structure of Aristotle's logic and the knowledge of God in the Pars Prima of the Summa Theologiae of Thomas Aquinas," Sixth International Congress for Mediaeval Philosophy, Bonn, 1977; published in Sprache und Erkenntnis im Mittelalter, Miscellanea Mediaevalia 13/2, ed. Albert Zimmermann, (Berlin/New York: de Gruyter, 1981), 961-968.

  2. "The Place of the Psychological Image of the Trinity in the arguments of Augustine's De Trinitate, Anselm's Monologion, and Aquinas' Summa Theologiae," presented at the Eighth International Conference of Patristic Studies, Oxford, 1979; published in Dionysius, 3 (1979), 99-110. Translation: "San Agustin, San Anselmo y santo Tomas, La imagen psicologica de la Trinidad en De Trinitate, Monologion y Summa Theologiae," trans. J. J. Sainz y J. Solabre, Augustinus 26(1981), [Madrid] 83-94.

  3. "The Place of the Proof for God's Existence in the Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas," presented at Ripon College, Cuddeston, England; Memorial University, Newfoundland (sponsored by the Philosophy Department and Queen's College), and at Georgia State University (sponsored by the Philosophy Department) in March and April, 1980; published The Thomist, 46,#3 (1982), 370-393.

  4. "Pope Leo's Purposes and St. Thomas' Platonism," for VIII Congresso Tomistico Internazionale nel centenario dell' Enciclica "Aeterni Patris" di Leone XIII held in Rome, September, 1980; published in S. Tommaso nella storia del pensiero, Atti dell’ VIII Congresso Tomistico Internazionale, 8 vol., ed. A. Piolanti, viii, Studi Tomistici 17 (Città del Vaticano: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1982), 39-52.

  5. "The De Trinitate of St. Boethius and the Structure of St. Thomas' Summa Theologiae," a paper for the International Congress of Boethian Studies held in Pavia, Italy, October 1980; published in Atti del Congresso Internazionale di Studi Boeziani, ed. L. Obertello, (Roma: Herder, 1981), 367-375.

  6. "Aquinas' First Principle, Being or Unity?" Dionysius, 4 (1980), 133-172.

  7. "Theology as System and as Science: Proclus and Aquinas," presented at the Sixth International Conference on Patristic, Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies, September 1981, at Villanova, Pennsylvania, published in Dionysius, 6 (1982), 83-93.

  8. "The Doctrine of Baptism and Confirmation" and "Summation," papers for a theological conference held at the Mission Church, St. John, N.B., June 23rd to 25th, 1982, published in Conference Report 1982: Christian Initiation, ed. G. R. Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1982), 30-43 and 64-66.

  9. "The End of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship, Dr. Pusey Again?" address at Pusey House, Oxford, 23 May, 1983; revised and delivered as "The Way Forward in Theology," a paper for a theological conference, St. Peter's Cathedral, Charlottetown, July, 1983 and as "Marxism: the Origin and End of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship?" delivered at the General Theological Seminary, New York, February 21, 1984; published as "The Way Forward in Theology," Conference Report 1983, 150th Anniversary of the Oxford Movement - The Way Forward, ed. G. Richmond Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1984), 24-53.

  10. "The Ends and Limits of Spiritual Authority," presented to a "Theological Conference: Anglican Church Polity and Authority," May 27-30, 1984, King's College and published in Conference Report 1984, Church Polity and Authority, ed. G. Richmond Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1985), 42-51.

  11. "The Coming Crisis in Biblical Criticism," a paper presented at Pusey House, Oxford, October 22, 1984, revised and presented as "The Current Crisis in Biblical Criticism: an English and American Perspective," a public lecture sponsored by the Old and New Testament Seminars of the University of Uppsala, December 5, 1984 and published as "The Bible in a Post-Critical Age," in After the Deluge, Essays Towards the Desecularization of the Church, ed. W. Oddie, (London: SPCK, 1987), 41-92.

  12. "Thomas Aquinas and the 19th Century Religious Revival," presented to the Lightfoot Society, Durham University, November 29, 1984 and to Koinonia, University of Uppsala, December 7, 1984 published as "Making Theology Practical: Thomas Aquinas and the Nineteenth Century Religious Revival," Dionysius, 9 (1985), 85-127.

  13. "Reply to Roger Beckwith," presented to a theological conference on "The Prayer Book," June 25th to 28th, 1985; the reply incorporates two talks given in Philadelphia in May to the Catholic Clerical Union and to the Prayer Book Society and is published in The Prayer Book, A Theological Conference held at St. Peter's Cathedral Charlottetown, PEI, ed. G. Richmond Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1986), 81-6.

  14. "Aquinas and the Passion of God," Being and Truth, Essays in Honour of John Macquarrie, ed. Alistair Kee and Eugene Long, (London: SCM, 1986), 318-33.

  15. "Christian Institutions - An Anglican Perspective on the Family and the State," presented at a theological conference at King's College, Halifax in June, 1986 and published in Holy Living: Christian Morality Today, 1986 Theological Conference, ed. G. Richmond Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1987), 38-47.

  16. "The Sacraments According to the Lord's Command," a paper for a theological conference: "Rebuilding the House of God" held at the University of Prince Edward Island and at Good Shepherd, Rosemont, Philadelphia, May, 1987; published in Rebuilding the House of God, The Lambeth Quadrilateral of 1888. Report of the 1987 Theological Conference, ed. G. Richmond Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1988), 55-71. Also "Reply to Dr. Hughes's Paper," ibid., 38-40.

  17. "Scripture and Theology: the Current Dilemma," a paper for "The Scriptures and Modern Christian Teaching, theological conference 1988," at Christ Church Cathedral, Fredericton, June 13, 1988, published in Scriptures and Modern Christian Teaching, ed. G. Richmond Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1989), 7-21.

  18. "The Thirty-Nine Articles as a Theological System," and "Conference Summary," papers for "The Thirty-Nine Articles, Theological Conference, 1989," Halifax, June 12-14, 1989, published in The Thirty-Nine Articles, ed. G. Richmond Bridge, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1990), 1-11 & 94-6.

  19. "St. Anselm and the Mediaeval Doctors," a paper for "Atonement and Sacrifice: Doctrine and Worship, Theological Conference, 1990," Charlottetown, June 26-28, 1990, published in Atonement and Sacrifice: Doctrine and Worship, ed. G.E. Eayrs, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1991), 41-62.

  20. The Iconography of Nature: fifth to fifteenth centuries,” a paper for a theological conference, Fredericton, June, 1991, published in Replenish the Earth.  The Christian Theology of Nature, ed. Susan Harris, (Charlottetown:  St. Peter Publications, 1992), 39-56.

  21. "‘Dionysius dixit, Lex divinitatis est ultima per media reducere’: Aquinas, hierocracy and the ‘augustinisme politique’," in Tommaso D’Aquino: proposte nuove di letture. Festscrift Antonio Tognolo, edited Ilario Tolomio, Medioevo. Rivista di Storia della Filosofia Medievale, 18 (Padova: Editrice Antenore, 1992), 119-150.

  22. "'Magis... Pro Nostra Sentencia’: John Wyclif, his mediaeval Predecessors and reformed Successors, and a pseudo-Augustinian Eucharistic Decretal," Augustiniana [Institutum Historicum Augustianum Lovanii], 45, fasc. 3-4 (1995), 213-245.

  23. "Tradition and Development of Doctrine," a paper for the 1993 Atlantic Theological Conference, published in Tradition: Received and Handed On, ed. D. A. Petley, (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 1994), 16-52.

  24. "Dionysian Hierarchy in St. Thomas Aquinas: Tradition and Transformation," for Colloque international: Denys l’Aréopagite et sa postérité en Orient et en Occident, Paris 1994, published in Denys l’Aréopagite et sa postérité en Orient et en Occident, Actes du Colloque International Paris, 21-24 septembre 1994, édités Ysabel de Andia, Collection des Études Augustiniennes, Série Antiquité 151 (Paris: Institut d’Études Augustiniennes, 1997), 405-438.

  25. "Philosophical and Theological Foundations for Augustinian Theology in the Future," a contribution to "Augustine and Theology in the Modern World. The Future of Augustinian Spirituality," opening address and Round Table discussion topic for the conference, "St. Augustine's Spirituality and the Augustinian Charism Yesterday and Today," held July 11-16, 1994, in Rome, marking the 750th Anniversary of the Order of St. Augustine, published in Augustinian Spirituality and the Charism of the Augustinians, edited by John E. Rotelle, O.S.A. (Villanova: Augustinian Press, 1995), 32-45; as "Il futuro della spiritualità agostiniana," in La Spiritualità Agostiniana e il Carisma degli Agostiniani, edited by Fernando de Rio, (Roma, Curia Generalizia Agostiniana: Pubblicazioni Agostiniane, 1995), 29-43; and as "El futuro de la espiritualidad agustiniana," in La Epiritualidad Agustiniana y el Carisma de los Agustinos, edited by Fernando de Rio, (Roma, Curia Generalizia Agostiniana: Pubblicazioni Agostiniane, 1995), 28-43.

  26. "Ad intellectum ratiocinatio: Three Procline logics, The Divine Names of Pseudo-Dionysius, Eriugena’s Periphyseon and Boethius’ Consolatio philosophiae," a communication to the Twelfth International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford, August 21 -26, 1995, Studia Patristica, vol. XXIX, edited by Elizabeth A. Livingstone, (Leuven: Peeters, 1997), 244-51.

  27. "Dionysius becomes an Augustinian. Bonaventure’s Itinerarium vi," a communication to the Twelfth International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford, August 21 -26, 1995, Studia Patristica, vol. XXIX, edited by Elizabeth A. Livingstone, (Leuven: Peeters, 1997), 252-59. Translated as "Dionisio deviene agustiniano: Itineraium 6, de Buenaventura," Augustinus XLIV (1999), "San Agustin en Oxford (5° ) 115-123.

  28. "Aquinas, Pseudo-Denys, Proclus and Isaiah VI.6," Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge, 64 (1997), 59-93.

  29. "Denys and Aquinas: Antimodern Cold and Postmodern Hot," a lecture for the School of Hebrew, Biblical and Theological Studies, Trinity College Dublin, May 10, 1996, Christian Origins: Theology, Rhetoric and Community, edited by Lewis Ayres and Gareth Jones, Studies in Christian Origins (London and New York: Routledge, 1998), 139-184.

  30. "ReChristianizing Augustine Postmodern Style: Readings by Jacques Derrida, Robert Dodaro, Jean-Luc Marion, Rowan Williams, Lewis Ayes and John Milbank,"Animus, 2 (1997), Vol. 2.

  31. "Stephen Menn’s Cartesian Augustine: Metaphysical and Ahistorically Modern," Review Article devoted to Stephen Menn. Descartes and Augustine. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998 for Animus, 3 (1998), Vol 3.

  32. "From Metaphysics to History, from Exodus to Neoplatonism, from Scholasticism to Pluralism: the fate of Gilsonian Thomism in English-speaking North America," a communication delivered to a colloque at the Collège de France, October 12, 1992: La Réception de la pensée d'Étienne Gilson dans la philosophe contemporaine en France, published in Dionysius, 16 (1998), 157-188.

  33. "Augustinian Immediacy and Dionysian Mediation in John Colet, Edmund Spenser, Richard Hooker and the Cardinal de Bérulle,” Augustinus in der Neuzeit, Colloque de la Herzog August Bibliothek de Wolfenbüttel14-17 octobre, 1996, sous la direction de Kurt Flasch et Dominique de Courcelles,  éd. Dominique de Courcelles, (Turnhout:  Editions Brepols, 1998), 125-160.

  34. "Augustine, Denys, Eriugena and the Western turn to the World,” a lecture on Christian Neoplatonism for the Faculty of Theology, University of Durham, May 7, 1996, published as “The Postmodern Retrieval of Neoplatonism in Jean-Luc Marion and John Milbank and the Origins of Western Subjectivity in Augustine and Eriugena,” Hermathena, 165 (Winter, 1998): 9-70.

  35. "Theoria versus Poesis: Neoplatonism and Trinitarian Difference in Aquinas, John Milbank, Jean-Luc Marion and John Zizioulas," a lecture for the School of Hebrew, Biblical and Theological Studies, Trinity College, University of Dublin, November 6, 1997, Modern Theology, 15:4 (October 1999), 387-415.

  36. "French Neoplatonism in the 20th century," for Animus 4 (1999).

  37. "Self-knowledge and God as Other in Augustine: Problems for a Postmodern Retrieval," a lecture for the Department of Philosophy, Université de Fribourg, Suisse, June 10, 1998, Bochumer Philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittalter, 4 (1999), 83-127. (MS Word format)

  38. "Le Rôle du néoplatonisme dans les tentatives postmodernes d’échapper à l’onto-théologie,"  pour le XXVIIe Congrès de l’ Association des Sociétés de Philosophie de Langue Française. Université Laval, Quèbec, 18 août - 22 août, 1998 published in La métaphysique: son histoire, sa critique, ses jeux. Actes du XXVIIe Congrès de l’ Association des Sociétés de Philosophie de Langue Française, 2 vols. (Québec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2000). [English]

  39. "James Doull, Étienne Gilson and George Grant on Modernity and Platonism," The Friend 2:1 (2000): 18-21.

  40. Between and Beyond Augustine and Descartes: More than a Source of the Self”, Augustinian Studies 32:1 (2001): 65-88.

  41. Why Philosophy Abides for Aquinas,” The Heythrop Journal, 42:3 (2001): 329-348.

  42. "Secundum rei vim vel secundum cognoscentium facultatem: Knower and Known in the Consolation of Philosophy of Boethius and the Proslogion of Anselm,” for Medieval Philosophy and the Classical Tradition in Islam, Judaism and Christianity, edited by John Inglis (Richmond [England]: Curzon Press, 2002), 126-150.

  43. Aquinas and the Platonists,” for The Platonic Tradition in the Middle Ages:  A Doxographic Approach, edited by Stephen Gersh and Maarten J.F.M. Hoenen, with the assistance of Pieter Th. van Wingerden (Berlin – New York: Walter de Gruyter, 2002), 279-324.

  44. "Practical Considerations about Teaching Philosophy and Theology Now," for Restoring Faith In Reason, A New Translation of the Encyclical Letter of Pope John Paul II together with a commentary and discussion, edited by Laurence Paul Hemming and Susan Frank Parsons (London: SCM Press, 2002), 199-205.

  45. Thomas’ Neoplatonic Histories: His following of Simplicius,” for the Aquinas Symposium at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley, California, March 4th and 5th, 2002, published in Dionysius 20 (2002): 153-178.

  46. "Neoplatonism and Contemporary Constructions and Deconstructions of Modern Subjectivity," a response to J. A. Doull’s “Neoplatonism and the Origins of the older Modern Philosophy” for a festschrift for James Alexander Doull, Philosophy and Freedom: The Legacy of James Doull, edited by David G. Peddle and Neil G. Robertson (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2003), 250-278. (MS word format)

  47. Political, Psychic, Intellectual, Daimonic, Hierarchical, Cosmic, and Divine: Justice in Aquinas, Al-Fârâbî, Dionysius, and Porphyry,”  Dionysius 21 (2003): 197-218.

  48. "'Knowing as we are Known ’ in Confessions 10 and Other Philosophical, Augustinian and Christian Obedience to the Delphic Gnothi Seauton from Socrates to Modernity,” Augustinian Studies 34:1 (2003): 23-48.

  49. Philosophy as Way of Life for Christians? Iamblichan and Porphyrian Reflections on Religion, Virtue, and Philosophy in Thomas Aquinas,” Laval Théologique et Philosophique 59:2 [Le Néoplatonisme] (Juin 2003): 193-224.

  50. "Why Heidegger’s ‘History’ of Metaphysics is Dead” in the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 78:3 (2004): 425-443.

  51. “‘Poets tell many a Lie’: Radical Orthodoxy’s Poetic Histories,” a lecture for the Christianity And Literature Study Group Plenary Session with the Canadian Evangelical Theological Association in May 2003, published in the Canadian Evangelical ReviewJournal of the Canadian Evangelical Theological Society 26-27 (Spring 2004): 35-64.

  52. Participatio divini luminis, Aquinas’ doctrine of the Agent Intellect: Our Capacity for Contemplation,” Dionysius 22 (2004): 149-78.

  53. Self and Cosmos in Becoming Deiform:  Neoplatonic Paradigms for Reform by Self-Knowledge from Augustine to Aquinas” in Reforming the Church Before Modernity: Patterns, Problems and Approaches, edited by Christopher M. Bellitto and Louis I. Hamilton(Aldershot, England/ Burlington, VT.: Ashgate Press, 2005), Chapter 3, 39-60.

  54. "Neoplatonism and Contemporary French Philosophy," Dionysius 23 (2005): 161-190.

  55. Judaism, Islam, and Christianity in Medieval Europe, Difference and Unity: The ‘Religions of the Book’ and Their Assimilation of Hellenistic Philosophical Theology,” forMulticulturalism and Religious Freedom, ed. Susan Harris (Charlottetown: St. Peter Publications, 2005), 81-127.

  56. "Bultmann Redivivus Radicalised: Augustine and Jesus as Heideggerian Existentialists" [A Response to James A.K. Smith “Confessions Of An Existentialist: Reading Augustine After Heidegger”] for The Influence of Augustine on Heidegger: The Emergence of an Augustinian Phenomenology, ed. Craig J. N. de Paulo (The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006), 259-288.

  57. Radical Orthodoxy’s Poiêsis: Ideological Historiography and Anti-Modern Polemic,”American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 80:1 (Winter 2006): 1-21.

  58. 9/11 and the History of Philosophy,” Animus 11 (2006): 1-26.  

  59. Aquinas at the Origins of Secular Humanism? Sources and innovation in Summa Theologiae 1.1.1,” Nova et Vetera [The English Edition of the International Theological Journal], 5:1 (2007): 17-40.

  60. Participatio divini luminis, la doctrine de Thomas d'Aquin sur l'intellect agent: Notre capacité à la contemplation,” in Vers la contemplation: Études sur la syndérèse et les modalities de la contemplation de l’Antiquité à la Renaissance, textes réunis par Christian Trottmann, Centre d’Études Supérieures de la Renaissance : Le savoir de Mantice (Paris: Honoré Champion, 2007), 121–155.

  61. "Re-Evaluating E.R. Dodds' Platonism," Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 103 (2007): 499-541. (MS Word format)

  62. "Ab uno simplici non est nisi unum: The Place of Natural and Necessary Emanation in Aquinas' Doctrine of Creation," in Divine Creation in Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Thought: Essays Presented to the Rev'd Dr Robert D. Crouse, edited by Willemien Otten, Walter Hannam and Michael Treschow, Studies in Intellectual History (Leiden: Brill, 2007), 309-333.

  63. Thomas Aquinas,” Chapter 12 in The Routledge Companion to Philosophy of Religion, edited by Chad Meister and Paul Copan (London and New York:  Routledge, 2007), 128-37. Second edition 2012.

  64. Reading Augustine through Dionysius: Aquinas' correction of one Platonism by another,” Aquinas the Augustinian, edited by Michael Dauphinais, Barry David, and Matthew Levering (Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 2007), Chapter 10, 243-257.

  65. "From St Augustine and St Denys to Olier and Bérulle's Spiritual Revolution: Patristic and Seventeenth-Century Foundations of the Relations between Church and State in Québec," in Laval Théologique et Philosophique 63:3 (octobre 2007): 515-559.

  66. Augustine in the 20th century Revival of Neoplatonism in France,” for “Augustine and Augustinianism,” the School of Philosophy Fall 2006 Lecture Series at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., November 10, 2006 to be published by Catholic University of America Press, in press.

  67. "Jean-Luc Marion's Dionysian Neoplatonism," Perspectives sur le neoplatonisme, International Socicety for Neoplatonic Studies, Actes du colloque de 2006. edite par Martin Achard, Wa7yne Hankey, Jean-Marc Nabonne, Collection Zetesis (Quebec: Les Presses de L'Universite Laval, 2009), 267-280.

  68. "Misrepresenting Neoplatonism in Contemporary Christian Dionysian Polemic: Eriugena and Nicholas of Cusa versus Vladimir Lossky and Jean-Luc Marion,” American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 82:4.(2008).

  69. Aquinas, Plato, and Neo-Platonism,” for the Oxford Handbook to Aquinas, edited by Brian Davies & Eleonore Stump (Oxford: Oxford Univeristy Press, 2012), Chapter 4. (MS Word format)

  70. "The Ineffable Immediately Incarnate. Interplay between 20th century French Neoplatonism and Heidegger" for a conference on Heidegger and Theology at the Oxford Centre for Theology and Modern European Thought, Christ Church College, Oxford University, May 24, 2008. Online at the Oxford University Reserach Archive. (MS Word format)

  71. "Problematic: Changing our Mind on Secularization. The Contemporary Debate about Secular and Sacred in Judaism, Christianity and Islam," Introductory chapter in Changing our Mind on Secularization. The Contemporary Debate about Secular and Sacred in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Proceedings of the 29th Annual Atlantic Theological Conference Charlottetown, June 23rd to 26th 2009, edited Wayne J. Hankey and Nicholas Hatt (Charlottetown: St Peter Publications, 2010), 11-39.

  72. God’s Care for Human Individuals: What Neoplatonism gives to a Christian Doctrine of Providence” Keynote Address for “Neoplatonism and its Legacy: the 2009 Annual Conference on Christian Philosophy” Franciscan University of Steubenville, April 24th and 25th 2009, Quaestiones Disputatae 2 (2011): 4-36.

  73. "Neoplatonist Surprises: The Doctrine of Providence of Plotinus and his Followers both Conscious and Unconscious" in Dionysius 27 (2009): 117-126.

  74. "Omnia sunt in te: A Note on Chapters Twelve to Twenty-six of Anselm’s Proslogion" in Dionysius 27 (2009): 145-154. (MS Word format)

  75. "Recurrens in te unum: Neoplatonic Form and Content in Augustine'sConfessions. in Augustine and Philosophy, ed. Phillip Cary, John Doody, and Kim Paffernroth, Augustine in Conversation: Tradition and Innovation, (Lanham/ Boulder/ New York/ Toronto/ Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books / Rowman & Littlefield, 2010), 127–144. (MS Word format)

  76. "Natural Theology in the Patristic Period," Chapter Three of The Oxford Handbook of Natural Theology, edited by Russell Re Manning (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), 28-56. (MS Word format)

  77. John Scottus Eriugena,” as submitted to the Cambridge History of Late Greek and Early Medieval Philosophy. The text published by Lloyd Gerson (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2010), vol. II, 829-840 differs markedly.

  78. "Providence and Hierarchy in Thomas Aquinas and the Neoplatonic Tradition" for  The question of Nobility, Philosophical Investigations on a Neglected Aspect of Renaissance Thought,  edited by Andrea Aldo Robiglo, Studies on the Interaction of Art, Thought and Power 5 (Brill).

  79. Denys and Later Platonic traditions” Chapter 33 of Oxford Handbook of Catholic Theology, edited Lewis Ayers and Medi Ann Volpe, in press. (MS Word format)

  80. "Robert Darwin Crouse," Dionysius 28 (2010): 9-14.

  81. Selfhood in Hellenistic Antiquity: Background ambiguities, paradoxes, and problems," International Journal of Decision Ethics, in press.

  82. "Philosopher-King, Legislator, Mystic, Prophet, Cosmic Priest: the Moses of Philo Judaeus and his Islamic and Christian Successors," a paper for "Philosophy and the Abrahamic Religions: Scriptural Authority and Theories of Knowledge," Istanbul, 9-11 December, 2010, to be published in Philosophy and the Abrahamic Religions: Scriptural Hermeneutics and Epistemology, edited by Torrance Kirby, Rahim Acar, and Bilal Bas (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012), 1-18.

  83. Visio: the Method of Robert Crouse's Philosophical Theology,” a paper for the 2011 Atlantic Theological Conference, Recognizing the Sacred in the Modern Secular, University of King's College, June 26th to 29th, 2011, published in the proceedings, Recognizing the Sacred in the Modern Secular. How the sacred is to be discovered in today's world, edited by Susan Harris and Nicholas Hatt (Charlottetown, St Peter Publications, 2012), 115-148. Reprinted in Dionysius 30 (2012): 19-40.

  84. "Memoria, Intellectus, Voluntas: the Augustinian Centre of Robert Crouse's Scholarly Work,” a paper for an Academic Celebration of Professor Robert Darwin Crouse, Dalhousie Department of Classics, October 14th and 15th 2011, Dionysius 30 (2012): 41-76. (MS Word)

  85. Providence and Hierarchy in Thomas Aquinas and the Neoplatonic Tradition,” for The Question of nobility. Philosophical Investigations on a Neglected Aspect of Renaissance Thought, edited by Andrea Aldo Robiglio, Studies on the Interaction of Art, Thought and Power 5 (Brill), in press.
  86. “Conversion: Ontological & Secular from Plato to Tom Jones”,  Numero Cinq, V: 7, July 2014 http://numerocinqmagazine.com/2014/07/15/conversion-ontological-secular-from-plato-to-tom-jones-essay-wayne-j-hankey/



Encyclopedia Articles

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  2. "Kirchliche Gerichtsbarkeit 3" (Anglican / Third World), Evangelishes Kirchenlexikon: Internationale theologische Enzylopaedia, vol. 6, (Gottingen: Vanderhoeck and Ruprecht, 1989), 1234-8.

  3. "Ratio, reason, rationalism (ideae)," an article for Saint Augustine through the Ages: an Encyclopedia, edited Allan Fitzgerald, Eerdmans, 1999, 696-702.

  4. "Mind (mens)," an article for Saint Augustine through the Ages: an Encyclopedia, edited Allan Fitzgerald, Eerdmans, 1999, 563-67.


  1. Review article: Monica Furlong. Feminine in the Church and William Oddie. What will happen to God? both London: SPCK, 1984. for Anglican Free Press 1,#3 (1984), 9-10, and The Rock [Victoria, B.C.] 2:4 (1984) 7-9.

  2. J.E. O'Donovan. George Grant and the Twilight of Justice. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1984. for Studies in Religion: Sciences Religieuses, 14:2 (1985), 247-8.

  3. M. Ingham. Rites for a New Age. Toronto: Anglican Book Center, 1986. forAnglican Free Press 3:4 (1987), 11-12, 16 & 4:2 (1987), 5, 13-15.

  4. The BAS: A Party Victory; A review of Alan L. Hayes: ‘Lex Orandi Lex Credendi and the BAS’," [Insight (Toronto) 21, November, 1986] Anglican Free Press 4:1 (1987), 5-7.

  5. B.B. Lawrence. Defenders of God: The Fundamentalist Revolt Against the Modern Age. San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1989. Anglican Journal [Toronto], November, 1990, 19.

  6. Paul Rorem. Pseudo-Dionysius: A Commentary on the Texts and an Introduction to Their Influence. New York/Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993. Augustinianum. Periodicum semestre Instituti Patristici "Augustinianum" [Rome], XXXIV, 2 (December, 1994), 514-518. (MS Word)

  7. William Christian. George Grant: A Biography. Toronto, Buffalo, London: University of Toronto Press, 1993. for The Review of Politics, 56 (Winter, 1995), 173-176.

  8. St. Thomas Aquinas. Commentary on the Book of Causes [Super Librum De Causis Expositio]. translated and annotated by Vincent A. Guagliardo, O.P., Charles R. Hess, O.P., Richard C. Taylor, introduction by Vincent A. Guagliardo, O.P. Thomas Aquinas in Translation 1, Washington: The Catholic University of America Press, 1996. for The Medieval Review, (1997) TMR 97.03.09.

  9. Simplicius, On Aristotle’s Physics 5, translated by J.O. Urmson, notes by Peter Lautner. The Ancient Commentators on Aristotle. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1997. for Bryn Mawr Classical Review 9.6 (1998), 585-8, BMCR 98.3.19.

  10. Gradon, Pamela and Anne Hudson, eds. English Wycliffite Sermons. Volumes 4 and 5. Oxford English Texts, Oxford: Clarendon Press: 1996 for The Medieval Review (1998),07.05.

  11. D.L. Blank (trans), Sextus Empiricus, Against the Grammarians (Adversos Mathematicos I). Clarendon Later Ancient Philosophy, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1998. for Bryn Mawr Classical Review 1999, 10.33.

  12. Brennan Mary, ed. and trans. John Scottus Eriugena:  Treatise on Divine Predestination. Notre Dame Texts in Mediaeval Culture, Vol. 5. (University of Notre Dame Press, 1998) for The Medieval Review,(2000), TMR 00.10.02.

  13. Hopkins, Jasper and Herbert Richardson, transs. The Complete Philosophical and Theological Treatises of Anselm of Canterbury. Minneapolis: The Arthur J. Banning Press, 2000 for The Medieval Review 01.06.04.

  14. Atkins, E.M. and R.J. Dodaro, Augustine: Political Writings. (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.  & Phillip Cary, Augustine’s Invention of the Inner Self. The Legacy of a Christian Platonist. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000 for The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 54:2 (April 2003): 327-9.

  15. Proclus, On the Existence of Evils, translated by Jan Opsomer and Carlos Steel.  The Ancient Commentators on Aristotle.  Ithaca, New York:  Cornell University Press, 2003 for Bryn Mawr Classical Review, BMCR 2003.12.07

  16. Jean-Marc Narbonne. Hénologie, ontologie et Ereignis. Plotin, Proclus et Heidegger  (Paris, 2001) for Dialogue: Canadian Philosophical Review / Revue canadienne de philosophie 63:2 (2004): 375-380.

  17. A Thirteenth-Century Textbook of Mystical Theology at the University of Paris.The Mystical Theology of Dionysius the Areopagite in Eriugena’s Latin Translation with the Scholia translated by Anastasius the Librarian and Excerpts from Eriugena’sPeriphyseonEdition, translation, and introduction by L. Michael Harrington. (Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations 4.) Pp. xi+126. Paris/Leuven/Dudley, MA: Peeters, 2004. € 30 (paper). 90 429 1394 0, The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 56:3 (July, 2005): 578-560.

  18. Iain Thomson. Heidegger on Ontotheology: Technology and the Politics of EducationCambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. Pp. 224. ISBN-10:0521851157 for Ancient Philosophy 26 (2006): 475-79.

  19. Michael Share, trans. Philoponus, Against Proclus’ On the Eternity of the World 1-5, The Ancient Commentators on Aristotle.  Ithaca, New York:  Cornell University Press, 2005 Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2006.01.31.

  20. Fran O’Rourke, Pseudo-Dionysius and the metaphysics of Aquinas. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2005. Pp. xviii + 300. ISBN 0-268-03724-8, for The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 59:1 (January 2008): 123-124.

  21. Review of Jovino De Guzman Miroy, Tracing Nicholas of Cusa's Early Development. The Relationship between De concordia catholica and De docta ignorantia, Philosophes médiévaux XLIV (Louvain-la-neuve / Louvain-Paris: Éditions de l'institut supérieur de philosophie /Peeters, 2009), forThe Journal of Ecclesiastical History 61.3 (July 2010): 624-625.

  22. Review of Humbrecht, Thierry-Dominique. Trinité et création au prisme de la voie négative chez saint Thomas d'Aquin. Bibliothéque de la Revue thomiste. Paris: Parole et Silence, 2011. for The Thomist, in press.

  23. Review of On the Ecclesiastical Hierarchy: The Thirteenth-Century Paris Textbook Edition. Edition, Introduction, Translation, and Notes, by L. Michael Harrington. Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations 12. Paris/Leuven/Walpole, MA: Peeters, 2011 for Speculum, in press.

  24. Review of Tobias, Hoffmann (Ed.). A companion to angels in medieval philosophy. Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition, vol. 35. Leiden/ Boston: Brill, 2012 forThe Journal of Ecclesiastical History, in press.


  • Translated from French, H.-D. Saffrey, "Theology as science (3rd-6th centuries)," the inaugural lecture of the Twelfth International Conference on Patristic Studies, Oxford, August 21 -26, 1995, Studia Patristica, vol. XXIX, edited by Elizabeth A. Livingstone, (Leuven: Peeters, 1997), 321-39 [French version "Les débuts de la théologie comme science (IIIe-VIe)," Revue des sciences philosophiques et théologiques, 80, # 2 (Avril, 1996), 201-220)].

Major Invited Lectures and Addresses (unpublished)

  1. "Cycles in Greek Thought," CBC Ideas Network, 23 October 1970.

  2. "Cycles in Judaeo-Christian Thought," CBC Ideas Network, 30 October 1970.

  3. "Contemporary Philosophy and the History of Philosophy," presented in a debate with James Doull, Robert Martin, and David Braybrooke, 20 November 1974.

  4. "A Critique of Contemporary Theological Education," an address for the Fund for Theological Education, Princeton, October 1976.

  5. "German Studies and the Study of Antiquity," a paper for a conference on the Disinherited Mind, sponsored by the Goethe Institute, Montreal, at Dalhousie University, 1977.

  6. "A Vindication of St. Thomas Aquinas as an Hellenic Theologian," presented to the Seventh Annual Sewanee Mediaeval Colloquium at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn., to the Philosophy Colloquium, Memorial University, Newfoundland, and at the Harvard Divinity School, April, 1980.

  7. "The Mediaeval View of Man," a public lecture sponsored by the Mediaeval and Renaissance Society of Acadia University, delivered 16 February, 1982.

  8. "The Place of Reason in the Theology of Hooker's Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity," a paper delivered for a seminar at Wycliffe College, Toronto, 23 February, 1982.

  9. "The Crux of the Cosmos: The Place of Man in the Summa Theologiae of Aquinas," a public lecture sponsored by the Faculty of Divinity, Trinity College, Toronto, 25 February, 1982.

  10. "A Loyalist Service," Atlantic Canada Institute, July, 1983.

  11. "Mediaeval and Reformation Interpretations of St. Augustine's Epistola ad Bonifacium," presented to the Eleventh Annual Conference on Patristic, Mediaeval, and Renaissance Studies, Villanova, October, 1986.

  12. "Theology at King's College in the Eighteenth Century," a paper for the Fourteenth Annual Conference of the Atlantic Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, Halifax, April, 1987.

  13. "St. Thomas Aquinas," a public lecture for "The Mediaeval World," a series of events sponsored by the Dalhousie Art Gallery in connection with "Canada Collects the Middle Ages," September, 1987.

  14. "The Psychological Image of the Trinity as Intellectus in Anselm's Monologion and Proslogion," a paper presented to the Twelfth International Conference on Patristic, Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies, Villanova, October, 1987.

  15. "Aquinas and the Systemization of Knowledge," a public lecture for the Philosophy and Theology Departments of St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, N. S., February, 1988.

  16. "Rare Books and Special Collections at King's," a presentation to the joint meeting of the Rare Books and Special Collections Interest Group of the Canadian Library Association and the Bibliographic Society of Canada, Canadian Library Association Conference, Halifax, June 16, 1988.

  17. "The Logic of the Order of the Divine Names of Dionysius the pseudo-Areopagite," a paper for the Thirteenth International Conference on Patristic, Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies, Villanova, September, 1988.

  18. "Post Modern approaches to Scripture," "The all Pervasive Influence of Heidegger on Contemporary Theology," "Recovering Metaphysical Theology, the Way Beyond Macquarrie," three papers for the Trinity Episcopal School of Ministry, Ambridge, Pennsylvania, May 7 and 8, 1990.

  19. "Establishing a New Library," a presentation for the annual conference of the Nova Scotia Library Association, Sydney, September 28-30, 1990.

  20. "Deconstructing Modernity: the context of contemporary French Neoplatonic scholarship, philosophy and theology," a paper for the tenth annual meeting of the Atlantic Classical Association, October 20-21, 1995 at Acadia University.

  21. "Augustinian subjectivity within Proclan Hierarchy in Boethius and Eriugena. A step in the formation of the Western Self," a lecture for the Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, May 17, 1996.

  22. "How to read the Dionysian corpus? A Question for Western Theologians," a lecture for the Gregorian University in Rome, May 24, 1996.

  23. "Making Ourselves: Augustine’s Contribution," a lecture and seminar for 50th anniversary of the founding of Merrimack College, Massachusetts, October 1, 1997.

  24. "Secundum rei vim vel secundum cognoscentium facultatem: Knower and known in the Consolatio philosophiae of Boethius, the Proslogion of Anselm and the Itinerarium mentis in Deum of Bonaventure," delivered to Twenty-sixth Annual Richard R. Baker Philosophy Colloquium: "Medieval Philosophy and the Classical Tradition in Islam, Judaism, and Christianity," April 11-13, 1999, Department of Philosophy, University of Dayton.

  25. "Subjectivity in the Consolation of Philosophy of Boethius, the Proslogion of Anselm and the Itinerarium of Bonaventure," delivered to the Senior Patristics Seminar at the University of Cambridge, May 31, 1999.

  26. "Patterns of Creative Contemplation: Boethius, Eriugena, Anselm and Aquinas" for a Colloquium of the Institute of Medieval Philosophy and Theology of Boston College, October 18, 1999.

  27. "Contemporary Deconstructions and Reconstructions of Western Subjectivity and its Neoplatonic Origins." a lecture for the College of the Humanities of Carleton University, Ottawa, January 21, 2000.

  28. Neoplatonism and Continental Philosophy,” A Response to the papers by J-M. Narbonne (Laval), P. Hoffmann (CNRS and the EPHE, Paris), and M. Haltemann, (Notre Dame), delivered to a panel of the International Society for Neoplatonic Studies at the Central Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association Chicago, April 21, 2000. (MS Word)

  29. “Between and Beyond Augustine and Descartes: More than a Source of the Self”, for the Atlantic Region Philosophers Association 2000 Conference: “Rethinking the Self” October 13-14, 2000.  A substantially revised version was presented to the “D Society” on the Philosophy of Religion and Ethics at the University of Cambridge on January 26, 2001.

  30. “Authority in Philosophy for Aquinas: Hermeneutic and Truth,” for Congress 2000: Aquinas as authority? Seven centuries of problems and perspectives' organized by the Thomas Institute at Utrecht, December 14-16, 2000 in Leusden, The Netherlands.

  31. "Authority in Philosophy for Aquinas: Hermeneutic, Concordance and Truth,” for the History of Philosophy Seminar at the University of Cambridge, February 16, 2001.

  32. “‘Poets tell many a Lie’: Radical Orthodoxy’s Poetic Histories” for “Poiêsis: Making and Unmaking the World” the Contemporary Studies Lecture Series 2001-2002.

  33. “Thomas’ Neoplatonic Histories: His following of Simplicius” for the Aquinas Symposium at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, Berkeley, California, March 2002

  34. "Freedom and Necessity in the Productivity of the Good: Plotinus, Avicenna, Aquinas” a seminar in Medieval Philosophy for the Department of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount College, Los Angeles, California

  35. “Bérulle’s Spiritual Revolution: Church and State in French Canada,” for the Joint Session: Communities of Faith (Sponsored by the Association for Canadian Studies, the Canadian Catholic Historical Association, and the Canadian Society of Church History) Friday 30 May 2003: 9.00-10.30 am, as part of the Conference and Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association, 29-30 May 2003, Dalhousie University, Halifax.

  36. “Late Antique Justices: Political, Psychic, Intellectual, Daimonic, Hierarchical, Cosmic, and Divine,” for “Conceptions de la justice dans l’Antiquité /Conceptions of Justice in Antiquity,” a panel for the Meeting of the Canadian Philosophical Association / L’Association Canadienne de Philosophie at Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College, May 30th to June 2nd 2003.

  37. “Participatio divini luminis, Aquinas’ doctrine of the Agent Intellect:  Our Capacity for Contemplation,” for Syndérèse et Contemplation: sources anciennes, enjeux modernes. Journée d'études sous la direction de Ph. Hoffmann et Ch. Trottmann à L’Université François-Rabelais, Tours, Centre d’Études Supérieures de la Renaissance, avec le concours du Centre d’Études des Religions du Livre et du Collège International de Philosophie, 6 juin 2003.

  38. “Aquinas at the Origins of Secular Humanism? Sources and innovation in Summa Theologiae 1.1.1,” for a Colloquium of the Institute of Medieval Philosophy and Theology of Boston College, October 19, 2004.

  39. “Pantokrator: A Theology of Nature,” a public lecture for Stonehill College, Boston, October 21, 2004.

  40. “Platonism and Contemporary French Philosophy,” a public lecture for the College of the Liberal Arts, Emory University, November 3, 2004.

  41. Modern, Anti- and Post- Modern Augustines” an advanced Summer Course for the “In Dialogue with Augustine” programme Villanova University, July 23-27, 2001.

  42. Aquinas’ doctrine of God between ontology and henology,” for Colloque La philosophie et la question de Dieu. Histoire, développement, perspectives Université Laval les 10, 11 et 12 avril 2003 (dans le cadre des grands colloques organisés par Yves-Charles Zarka, du CNRS, Paris).

  43. Augustine, Heidegger and Bultmann” for “Icon or Taboo—Probing Augustine in the 21st Century” at St Andrews University, Scotland, May 19 & 20.

  44. "Apocalypse Now: How the Lord Comes," A Pre-Advent Morning Retreat on Saturday, December 2, 2006, the University of King's College Chapel.

  45. “Averroist Secular Assumptions and Neoplatonic Solutions in Aquinas’ Summa Theologiae,” a public lecture for the Franciscan University, Steubenville, February 2, 2007, sponsored by the Classics Department.

  46. “Forgetful Platonism: What the Medievals Knew and We Forgot. Misrepresenting Proclus in Twentieth-century Christian Dionysian Polemic,” for Neoplatonic Symposium, Dalhousie Department of Classics, May 18, 2007.

  47. “Growing up together: Islam and Christianity: Origins, intimacy, rivalry and strife. Interchanges between Christian and Islamic cultures in the first six hundred years,” Masterminds Lecture, Dalhousie University, October 5, 2007.

  48. Eriugena and Philo Judaeus: Philosophy in Heaven, on Earth, and Underground,” A communication to the Atlantic Classical Association Annual Meeting, October 27th, 2007. (MS Word format)

  49. “Recurrens in te unum: The Neoplatonic Form and Content of Augustine’s Confessions,” a public lecture for Seton Hall University, Wednesday, April 16, 2008.

  50. "The Ineffable Immediately Incarnate. Interplay between 20th century French Neoplatonism and Heidegger,” for a conference on Heidegger and Theology at The Oxford Centre for Theology and Modern European Thought, Christ Church College, Oxford University, May 24, 2008.(MS Word)

  51. “Jean-Luc Marion’s Dionysian Neoplatonism,” for the ‘D’ Society, The Graduate Philosophy of Religion and Ethics Seminar, Cambridge University, May 30, 2008.

  52. Sitting in the midst of the doctors, both hearing them and asking them questions,” Sermon for the Epiphany One, 2008, preached in the Chapel of the University of King’s College.

  53. "The Son of Man cometh at an hour when ye think not,” Sermon for the Feast of St Nicolas, 2007, preached in the Chapel of the University of King’s College.

  54. "Silence teaching hiddenly,” a Lenten Quiet Day for the Chapel of the University of King’s College, February 9, 2008.

  55. Another is in Me,” Sermons for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Maundy Thursday in Holy Week, 2008, King’s College Chapel, Halifax, at Mass.

  56. Darkness covered the face of the deep,” A Sermon for Easter Eve, 2008, King’s College Chapel, Halifax, at the Vigil.

  57. Aquinas’ New Aristotle and the Platonists: Plotinus unus de magnis…inter commentatores de Aristotilis (Aquinas, De unitate intellectus contra Averroistas),” A lecture for the Medieval Institute of the University of Notre Dame, April 15, 2010. (Background paper)

  58. “John Scotus Eriugena,” a seminar for the Medieval Institute of Notre Dame University, Indiana, April 16, 2010.

  59. God's Care for Us: The Common Doctrine of Holy Scripture, Faith, and Reason, As taught in the Consolation of Philosophy of St Boethius and by Moses Maimonides in the Guide of the Perplexed." An Epiphany Quiet Day in the Chapel of King's College, Halifax, Saturday, February 7th, 2009. 

  60. "Can a mother forget?" A Sermon for St Mary the Virgin, Crousetown, on the Feast of the Assumption, 2009.

  61. "Problematic to Praying and Thinking: mutual implication," the opening paper for Praying and Thinking, The first Capella Regalis Summer Colloquium, Wednesday July 7 to Tuesday July 13, 2010.

  62. "The Dwelling Place of the Uncontainable," A Sermon for Old St. Edward's, Clementsport, on the Feast of the Assumption, 2010.

  63. "Si requiris monumentum, circumspice: A happy remembrance of Roy Willwerth," A memorial address, August 4, 2009, Tidings Summer 2010: 23.

  64. "I am the Resurrection and the Life," A Sermon for the Requiem of Dr Jane Veronica Curran, the University of King's College Chapel, August 4, 2011.

  65. "They were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed" Genesis 2.24. Sermon for the Solemnization of Matrimony between James Bryson and Kristi Assaly. St George's Round Church, August 20, 2011.

  66. "Behold your Mother".  Sermon for the Requiem of Petronella Neish.  December 6th, 2011, St. George's Round Church.

  67. The imagination of man's heart is evil from his youth,” Sermon for Lent 1, St John’s Church, Port Williams, February 17, 2013.

  68. Final Seminar Winter Term 2013: "The Given and the Thought: Reflections on Faith and Reason, or their analogues, in Robert Crouse,  Augustine and the Platonic Tradition, Aquinas and Aristotle." [Texts]

  69. "Have ye not read," Sermon for the Solemnization of Matrimony between Elizabeth Curry and Evan King. St. George's Round Church, August 17, 2013.

  70. "All Given and All Received: Deus in se in Aquinas'  Summa Theologiae," a paper for the Department of Philosophy at Princeton University, November 5, 2013. A powerpoint presnetation accompanied the paper: "All Given and All Received."

  71. "Convergences between Platonism and the Abrahamic Religions," a guest lecture sponsored by the Departments of Classics, English, Philosophy, and Religion at Smith College, October 17, 2013. Three powerpoint presentations accompanied the lecture: "Convergences...", "Convergences... A", "Convergences ... B: The List of Convergences".
  72. "Conversion: Ontological & Secular from Plato to Tom Jones", Guest Lecture sponsored by CREOR, McGill Centre for Research on Religion / Centre de research sur la religion in partnership with 'Early Modern Conversions', Tuesday, 18 February, 2014:  Lecture Text.
  73. "All Given and All Received: the Foundation of Mystical Union in the Deus in se of Aquinas' Summa theologiae," A paper for the "Franz von Baader: Writings and Sources of a Christian Mystic", Independent Reading Group in the Institute for the Public Life of the Arts and Ideas at McGill University, February 19, 2014.The lecture was accompanied by a powerpoint presentation.
  74. "From Impassibility to Self-Affectivity: the Trinitarian Metaphysics of Esse in Thomas’ Summa theologiae." The Aquinas Lecture in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Dallas, Irving, Texas. The Feast of St Thomas Aquinas 2015.​ The lecture was accompanied by a powerpoint presentation.
  75. ​"The Muses of Zion", for “’Tuning the Soul’: Reflections on Music and the Journey to God.” Beginning the series tracing the traditions of Platonic reflection on music and conversion. St George’s Round Church, Lent 2, March 1, 2015 at Evensong.
  76. "A cloud received him away from their eyes" Acts 1.9, Sermon for the Feast of the Ascension, May 14, 2015, at High Mass, St Peter’s Cathedral, Charlottetown. [MS Word format]
  77. "This Place is Awesome". Sermon for St Anne's Birch Chapel, Smith's Cove, August 9th, 2015.
  78. Defining Christian Neoplatonisms: Preliminary Considerations:”A Communication to the Atlantic Classical Association Annual Meeting at Dalhousie University, Friday, 23 October 2015.
  79. The Spirit of God was Borne above the Waters. Quiet Day for the Ordination as Deacon in the Church of God of Nicholas Hatt, University of King's College Chapel, October 24th, 2015
  80. Wisdom in all ages makes friends of God. Sermon delivered at Don Hambrick's Memorial, May 2016