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Volumes I ‑ XXX

  • Achard, Martin.
    • La paraphrase de Thémistius sur les lignes 71a1-11 des Seconds Analytiques. XXIII (2005): 105-16.
    • Philoponus' Commentary on Posterior Analytics, I.1, 71a17-b8. A Translation. XXIV (2006): 139-48.
    • How the Physicist Should Define: Asclepius' Interpretation of Metaphysics E 1.1026a2-3. XXVII (2009): 7-15.
  • Andrews, F.E. 
    • Leibniz’s Logic Within His Philosophical System. VII (1983): 73-127.
    • Reflections on Kant’s Criticism of the Leibnizian Philosophy. XIV (1990): 157-167.
  • Armstrong, A.H. 
    • Form, Individual, and Person in Plotinus. I (1977): 49-68.
    • Editorial Comment. II (1978): 3-4.
    • (with John N. Deck). A Discussion on Individuality and Personality. II (1978): 93-99.
    • Editorial Comment. V (1981): 3-4.
    • Some Advantages of Polytheism. V (1981): 181-188.
  • Barker, Roberta.
    • The Reverend Dr. Robert D. Crouse as Teacher: A Tribute. XXX (2012): 15-18.
  • Baxter, Elizabeth.
    • The 'New Sappho' and the Phaedo: Reflections on Immortality. XXV (2007): 7-19.
  • Beierwaltes, Werner. 
    • Negati Affirmatio: A Foundation for Medieval Aesthetics from the writings of John Scotus Eriugena. I (1977): 127-159.
    • Cusanus and Eriugena. XIII (1989): 115-152.
  • Blackwood, Stephen.
    • Philosophia's Dress: Prayer in Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy XX (2002): 139-52.
  • Bos, A.P. 
    • Aristotle’s Eudemus and Protrepticus: Are They Really Two Different Works?  VIII (1984): 19-51.
  • Boulnois, Olivier. 
    • Duns Scot: Métaphysique transcendantale et éthique normative.  XVII (1999): 129-148.
  • Bourbeau, Marguerite.
    • La “doppia danza” du Paradis: Chants X-XIV du Paradiso de Dante. VIII (1984): 105-130.
  • Bradley, Denis J.M. 
    • Reading Aquinas as a Theologian: The Hermeneutics of some Medievalists Old and New. XXV (2007): 177-224. 
  • Bregman, Jay. 
    • Pagan Religious Syncretism and Symbolism on the Greek Imperials of the Early Third Century. VI (1982): 58-72.
    • Thomas M. Johnson the Platonist. XV (1991): 91-112.
  • Bucur, Bogdan G. 
    • Dionysius East and West: Unities, Differentiations, and the Exegesis of Biblical Theophanies. XXVI (2008): 115-38.
  • Bullerwell, Peter. 
    • Doing and Seeing in Meister Eckhart and Michel Henry. XXIX (2011): 123-34.
  • Burns, Dylan.
    • Proclus and the Theurgic Liturgy of Pseudo-Dionysius. XXII (2004): 111-32.
  • Butler, Edward P. 
    • Polytheism and Individuality in the Henadic Manifold. XXIII (2005): 83-103.
    • The Gods and Being in Proclus. XXVI (2008): 93-114.
  • Butorac, David D. 
    • Proclus' Interpretation of the Parmenides, Dialectic and the Wandering of the Soul. XXVII (2009): 33-54.
  • Byrne, Christopher. 
    • Forms and Causes in Plato’s Phaedo. XIII (1989): 3-15.
  • Cadotte, Alain.
    • Le rôle de l'épithète deus dans l'épigraphie nord-africaine. XXI (2003): 161-82.
  • Catapano, Giovanni. 
    • In philosophiae gremium confugere: Augustine’s View of Philosophy in the First Book of the Contra Academicos. XVIII (2000): 45-68.
  • Cazelais, Serge. 
    • Prière, élévation spirituelle et connaissance de Dieu chez Marius Victorinus. XXIX (2011): 157-70.
  • Chase, Michael.
    • What does Porphyry mean by θεῶν πατήρ? XXII (2004): 77-94.
  • Clark, Mary T. 
    • Augustine’s Theology of the Trinity: Its Relevance. XIII (1989): 71-84.
  • Corrigan, Kevin. 
    • The Internal Dimensions of the Sensible Object in the Thought of Plotinus and Aristotle. V (1981): 98-126.
    • Body’s Approach to Soul: An Examination of a Recurrent Theme in the Enneads. IX (1985): 37-52.
    • On the Generation of Matter in the Enneads. A Reply. XII (1988): 17-24.
  • Coughlin, Rebecca.
    • Theurgy, Prayer, Participation, and Divinization in Dionysius the Areopagite. XXIV (2006): 149-74.
  • Cox, Patricia. 
    • “Adam Ate From The Animal Tree”: A Bestial Poetry of Soul. V (1981): 165-180.
  • Crouse, Robert D. 
    • INTENTIO MOYSI: Bede, Augustine, Eriugena and Plato in the Hexameron of Honorius Augustodunensis. II (1978): 137-157.
    • Editorial Comment. III (1979): 3-4.
    • Semina Rationum: St. Augustine and Boethius. IV (1980): 75-85.
    • “Deepened by the Study of the Fathers”: The Oxford Movement, Dr. Pusey and Patristic Scholarship. VII (1983): 137-147.
    • ‘In Aenigmate Trinitas’ (Confessions, XIII, 5,6): The Conversion of Philosophy in St. Augustine’s Confessions. XI (1985): 53-62.
    • Dante as Philosopher: Christian Aristotelianism. XVI (1998): 141-156.
    • St. Augustine, Semi-Pelagianism and the Consolation of Boethius. XXII (2004): 95-110.
  • Curran, Martin.
    • The Circular Activity of Prayer in Boethius' Consolation. XXIX (2011): 193-204.
  • Curran, T. H. 
    • Eros and Logos in Thomas Mann’s Death in Venice. XIX (2001): 187-200.
  • Darcus, Roy. 
    • The Third Theorem: Contemporary Expression of Trinitarian Thought.  XI (1987): 147-180.
  • Deck, John N.  (with A. H. Armstrong). 
    • A Discussion on Individuality and Personality. II (1978): 93-99.
  • Dewan, Lawrence O. P. 
    • St. Thomas, Aristotle and Creation.  XV (1991): 81-90.
  • Diamond, Eli. 
    • Hegel on Being and Nothing: Some Contemporary Neoplatonic and Sceptical Responses.  XVIII (2000): 183-216.
    • Robert Crouse's Tragic Reading of Aristotelian Friendship. XXX (2012): 87-94.
  • Diebler, Stéphane. 
    • Les canons de Proclus: Problèmes et conséquences de l'interprétation syriano-proclienne du De interpretatione. XX (2002): 71-94.
  • Dillon, John M. 
    • The Academy in the Middle Platonic Period. III (1979): 63-77.
  • Dorion, Louis-André. 
    • A l’origine de la question socratique et de la critique du témoignage de Xénophon: l’étude de Schleiermacher sur Socrate (1815). XIX (2001): 51-74.
  • Doull, James A. 
    • A Commentary on Plato’sTheaetetus. I (1977): 5-47.
    • Editorial Comment. I (1977): 3-4.
    • Augustinian Trinitarianism and Existential Theology. III (1979): 111-159.
    • Editorial Comment. IV (1980): 3-4.
    • The Christian Origin of Contemporary Institutions. VI (1982): 111-165.
    • The Logic of Theology Since Hegel. VII (1983): 12-136.
    • The Christian Origin of Contemporary Institutions Part II: The History of Christian Institutions. VIII (1984): 53-103.
    • Hegel’s Critique of Hellenic Virtue. IX (1985): 3-17.
    • Faith and Enlightenment. X (1986): 129-135.
    • What is Augustinian ‘Sapientia’? XII (1988): 61-67.
    • The Problem of Participation in Plato’s Parmenides. XIX (2001): 11-26.
  • Drobner, Hubertus R. 
    • Gregory of Nyssa as Philosopher: De anima et resurrectione and De hominis opificio. XVIII (2000): 69-102.
    • The Critical Edition of Gregory of Nyssa's In Hexameron: A Preliminary Report. XX (2002): 95-138.
  • Duclow, Donald F. 
    • Dialectic and Christology in Eriugena’s Periphyseon. IV (1980): 99-117.
  • Dufour, Richard. 
    • Ennéades II, 1 [40], 6, 23-24, Anaxagore ou Numénius? XVIII (2000): 39-44.
    • Comment se produit l'écho selon Alexandre d'Aphrodise. (De l'âme 47.25-48.21). XXII (2004): 19-28.
  • Egan, Rory B.
    • Tragic Piety in Plato’s Euthyphro. VII (1983): 17-32.
  • Eichenlaub, Constance. 
    • Aristotelian Katharsis as Ethical Conversion in Plotinian Aesthetics. XVII (1999): 57-82.
  • Enia, Cezar. 
    • La relation entre la structure en signe du temps et l'accomplissement de soi dans les Confessions de saint Augustin. XXI (2003): 89-122.
  • Epstein, Paul D. 
    • The Marriage of Peisthetairos to Basileia in the Birds of Aristophanes. V (1981): 5-28.
    • Law and Subjective Freedom in the Merchant of Venice. VII (1983): 49-72.
    • Dionysus’ Journey of Self-Discovery inThe Frogs of Aristophanes. IX (1985): 19-36.
  • Evangeliou, Christos. 
    • Porphyry’s Criticism of Christianity and the Problem of Augustine’s Platonism. XIII (1989): 51-70.
  • Feichtinger, Hans.
    • Οὐδένεια and humilitas: Nature and Function of Humility in Iamblichus and Augustine. XXI (2003): 123-60.
  • Ferwerda, R. 
    • Plotinus on Sounds: An Interpretation of Plotinus’ Enneads, V,5,5, 19-27. VI (1982): 43-57.
  • Finamore, John F. 
    • Plotinus and Iamblichus on Magic and Theurgy. XVII (1999): 83-94.
    • Biography as Self-Promotion: Porphyry's Vita Plotini. XXIII (2005): 49-61.
    • Themistius' Doctrine of the Three Intellects. XXVIII (2010): 45-61.
  • Findlay, J.N. 
    • The Myths of Plato. II (1978): 19-34.
  • Fortier, Simon.
    • The Relationship of the Kantian and Proclan Conceptions of Evil. XXVI (2008): 175-92.
    • Three Texts in One? An Examination of the Title Procli Diadochi Tria opuscula. XXVII (2009): 55-70.
    • Proclus et l'orthodoxie: une réponse au travail récent de Polymnia Athanassiadi. XXIX (2011): 181-92.
  • Fournier, Michael.
    • Ring Structure in Chapters Six to Thirteen of Anselm's Proslogion. XXVII (2009): 127-44.
    • Boethius pro se de magia. XXIX (2011): 205-22.
    • A porisma to Crouse on Boethius, Augustine, and the Mathematical Sciences. XXX (2012): 95-100.
  • Fraser, Kyle A.
    • Aristoteles ex Aristotele: A Response to the Analytical Reconstruction of Aristotelian Ontology. XX (2002): 51-70.
    • Baptised in Gnosis: The Spiritual Alchemy of Zosimos of Panopolis. XXV (2007): 33-54.
  • Friedrich, Rainer. 
    • Euripidaristophanizein and Nietzschesokratizein:  Aristophanes, Nietzsche, and the Death of Tragedy. IV (1980): 5-36.
  • Gabbe, Myrna.
    • Themistius as a Commentator on Aristotle: Understanding and Appreciating his Conception of Nous Pathetikos and Phantasia. XXVI (2008): 73-92.
  • Gadamer, Hans-Georg. 
    • Plato’s Parmenides and its Influence. VII (1983): 3-16.
  • Gersh, Stephen. 
    • Dionysius' On Divine Names Revisited: A Structural Analysis. XXVIII (2010): 77-96.
  • Glazov-Corrigan, Elena and Kevin Corrigan. 
    • Power and Nothing: What Causes Mistaken Judgement inThe Winter's Tale? XX (2002): 199-218.
  • Gonzalez, Francisco.
    • From Poetic Naming to Dialectic: Heidegger on Heraclitus. XXVII (2005): 173-98.
  • Grant, George P. 
    • Nietzsche and the Ancients: Philosophy and Scholarship. III (1979): 5-16.
  • Grassi, Ernesto. 
    • The Claim of the Word and the Religious Significance of Poetry: A Humanistic Problem. VIII (1984): 131-154.
  • Griffin, Michael.
    • Proclus on Place as the Luminous Vehicle of the Soul. XXX (2012): 161-84.
  • Gross, Charlotte.
    • Angels and Time: Reading Augustine's City of God 12.16. XXX (2012): 185-204.
  • Guérard, Christian. 
    • La Théorie des Hénades et La Mystique de Proclus. VI (1982): 73-82.
  • Gurtler, Gary, S. J. 
    • The Origin of Genera: Ennead VI 2 [43] 20. XII (1988): 3-15.
  • Hadley, D.W. 
    • Eriugena Against Metaphysical Dualism.  XIX (2001): 137-158.
  • Hankey, Wayne J. 
    • The Place of the Psychological Image of the Trinity in the Arguments of Augustine’s de Trinitate, Anselm’s Monologion, and Aquinas’ Summa Theologiae. III (1979): 99-110.
    • Aquinas’ First Principle: Being or Unity? IV (1980): 133-172.
    • Theology as System and as Science: Proclus and Thomas Aquinas. VI (1982): 83-93.
    • Making Theology Practical: Thomas Aquinas and the Nineteenth Century Religious Revival. IX (1985): 85-127.
    • From Metaphysics to History, from Exodus to Neoplatonism, from Scholasticism to Pluralism: the Fate of Gilsonian Thomism in English-speaking North America. XVI (1998): 157-188.
    • Thomas' Neoplatonic Histories: His Following of Simplicius. XX (2002): 153-78.
    • Political, Psychic, Intellectual, Daimonic, Hierarchical, Cosmic, and Divine: Justice in Aquinas, Al-Fârâbî, Dionysius, and Porphyry. XXI (2003): 197-218.
    • Participatio divini luminis. Aquinas' Doctrine of the Agent Intellect: Our Capacity for Contemplation. XXII (2004): 149-78.
    • Neoplatonism and Contemporary French Philosophy. XXIII (2005): 161-90.
    • Neoplatonist Surprises: The Doctrine of Providence of Plotinus and his Followers both Conscious and Unconscious. XXVII (2009): 117-26.
    • Omnia sunt in te: A Note on Chapters Twelve to Twenty-Six of Anselm's Proslogion. XXVII (2009): 145-54.
    • Robert Darwin Crouse. XXVIII (2010): 9-14.
    • Joseph Patrick Atherton, KHS. XXX (2012): 13-14.
    • Memoria, Intellectus, Voluntas: the Augustinian Centre of Rober Crouse's Scholarly Work. XXX (2012): 41-76.
    • Visio: The Method of Robert Crouse's Philosophical Theology. XXX (2012): 19-40.
  • Harrington, Michael. 
    • Unusquisque in suo sensu abundet: Human Perspective in Eriugena’s Periphyseon.  XVI (1998): 123-140.
    • The Drunken Epibole of Plotinus and its Reappearance in the Work of Dionysius the Areopagite. XXIII (2005): 117-38.
  • Hedley, Douglas. 
    • Was Schleiermacher a Christian Platonist? XVII (1999): 149-168.
  • Hegedus, Gyöngyi. 
    • Where is Paradise? Eschatology in Early Medieval Judaic and Islamic Thought. XXV (2007): 153-76.
  • Henry, Paul. 
    • The Oral Teaching of Plotinus. VI (1982): 4-12.
  • Hochschild, Joshua P. 
    • Words, Concepts and Things: Cajetan on the Subject of the Categories. XIX (2001): 159-166.
  • Homann, Frederick A. 
    • Euclid’s Elements and Philosophical Development. III (1979): 39-61.
  • House, Dennis K. 
    • A Commentary on Plato’s Phaedo. V (1981): 40-65.
    • St Augustine’s Account of the Relation of Platonism to Christianity in the De Civitate Dei. VII (1983): 43-58.
    • The Relation of Tertullian’s Christology to Pagan Philosophy. XII (1988): 29-36.
    • Did Aristotle Understand Plato? XVII (1999): 7-26.
    • Dedication. XIX (2001): 7-8.
    • Introduction to James A. Doull’s “The Problem of Participation in Plato’s Parmenides”. XIX (2001): 9-10.
  • Howland, Jacob. 
    • The Cave Image and the Problem of Place: the Sophist, the Poet, and the Philosopher. X (1986): 21-55.
  • Humbert, David. 
    • Kierkegaard’s use of Plato in His Analysis of the Moment in Time. VII (1983): 149-183.
  • Inglis, John. 
    • Emanation in Historical Context: Aquinas and the Dominican Response to the Cathars. XVII (1999): 95-128.
  • Jackson, F. L. 
    • The Paradoxical Idealism of Enlightenment. I (1977): 161-176.
    • The Revolutionary Origins of Contemporary Philosophy. IX (1985): 129-171.
    • The New Faith: Strauss, Kierkegaard and the Theological Revolution. XII (1988): 111-142.
    • The Beginning of the End of Metaphysics. XV (1991): 113-123.
  • Janowski, Zbigniew. 
    • How to Read the Fourth Meditation: Augustinian Sources of Descartes’ Metaphysics. XIX (2001): 167-186.
  • Jarvis, Simon. 
    • The Gift in Theory. XVII (1999): 201-222.
  • Jeauneau, Edouard. 
    • The Neoplatonic Themes of Processio and Reditus in Eriugena. XV (1991): 3-29.
  • Joly, Eric.
    • L'Origine de l'âme chez Némesius d'Émèse. XXII (2004): 133-48.
  • Jones, John D. 
    • The Ontological Difference for St. Thomas and Pseudo-Dionysius. IV (1980): 119-132.
    • A Non-Entitative Understanding of Being and Unity: Heidegger and Neoplatonism. VI (1982): 94-110.
  • Kaklamanou, Eleni. 
    • An Old Academic on Rhetoric: The Example of Xenocrates. XXVIII (2010): 15-26.
  • Kalligas, Paul. 
    • Living Body, Soul, and Virtue in the Philosophy of Plotinus. XVIII (2000): 25-38.
  • Kierans, Kenneth. 
    • On the limits of Contemporary Reflection on Freedom: An Analysis of Marxist and Existentialist Responses to Hegel. X (1986): 85-128.
  • Kilpatrick, Ross S. 
    • Divine Providence in Alcestis and Ajax. X (1986): 3-20. 
    • Horace, Vergil, and the Jews of Rome. XVI (1998): 63-84.
  • King, Evan.
    • The Priority of Iustitia for Meister Eckhart. XXIX (2011): 107-122.
    • Robert Crouse on Meister Eckhart. XXX (2012): 101-16.
  • Kirby, W.J.Torrance. 
    • Supremum Caput: Richard Hooker’s Theology of Ecclesiastical Dominion. XII (1988): 69-110.
    • "Between the throne of God in heaven and his Church upon earth here militant": Instruction and Prayer in the Fifth Book of Hooker's Lawes. XXIX (2011): 247-58.
  • Kühn, Wilfried. 
    • Le désir ambigu. un point de depart de l’axiologie plotinienne. XIV (1990): 3-77.
  • Kukkonen, Taneli. 
    • Proclus on Plenitude. XVIII (1989): 103-128.
  • Kussmaul, Peter. 
    • Aristotle's Doctrine of Justice and the Law of Athens. XXVI (2008): 29-46.
  • Labecki, Adam.
    • The One and the Many: Part I: The One. XXIV (2006): 75-98.
    • The One and the Many: Part II: The Many. XXV (2007): 129-52.
  • Lafrance, Yvon. 
    • Autour de Platon: continentaux et analystes. III (1979): 17-37.
  • Lawell, Declan.
    • Affective Excess: Ontology and Knowledge in the Thought of Thomas Gallus. XXVI (2008): 139-73.
  • Lawson, James. 
    • In quo inquit, adprehendam Dominum...Plotinian Ascent and Christian Sacrifice in De ciuitate Dei 10.1-7. XXIV (2006): 125-38.
  • Laycock, Anitra. 
    • In the Service of Rome: Stoic Spirit in the Aeneid. XVII (1999): 27-56.
  • Lee, Benjamin.
    • Stupefactus haesito maximoque horrore concussus titubo: Eriugena's Critical Use of Augustine on Paradise and Resurrection in the Periphyseon. XXIX (2011): 233-46.
  • Lee, Jonathan Scott. 
    • The Doctrine of Reception According to the Capacity of the Recipient in Ennead VI. 4-5. III (1979): 79-97.
  • Leech, David.
    • "Plato and Deep Plotin": Cambridge Platonism, Platonicall Triads, and More's Reflections on Nature. XX (2002): 179-98.
  • Lera, Luca. 
    • The Fascination of the Origin. Meister Eckhart as the Neoplatonic "Hidden Source" of Heidegger's Thought. XXVI (2008): 201-36.
  • Letocha, Danièle. 
    • Le statut de l’individualité chez Plotin ou le miroir de Dionysos. II (1978): 75-91.
  • Lilla, Salvatore. 
    • Brief Notes on the Greek Corpus Areopagiticum in Rome during the Early Middle Ages. XIX (2001): 201-214.
  • MacIsaac, D. Gregory. 
    • Phantasia between Soul and Body in Proclus’ Euclid Commentary. XIX (2001): 125-136.
    • Platonic Deconstruction: A Review Essay of Stephen Gersh's Neoplatonism after Derrida. Parallelograms. XXVII (2009): 199-232.
    • The Nous of the Partial Soul in Proclus' Commentary on the First Alcibiades of Plato. XXIX (2011): 29-60.
  • Majumdar, Deepa. 
    • Is Tolma the Cause of First Otherness in Plotinus? XXIII (2005): 31-48.
  • Manchester, Peter. 
    • Time and the Soul in Plotinus, III 7 [45], 11. II (1978): 101-136.
  • Maskaleut, Steve. 
    • Critique de relatif par Plotin: le Traité des genres de l'être VI, 1 [42]. XXIII (2005): 7-30.
  • Maurette, Pablo. 
    • Porphyry and Mithraism: De antro nympharum and the Controversy against the Christians. XXIII (2005): 63-82.
  • Maxwell, Vance. 
    • Spinoza’s Doctrine of the Amor Dei Intellectualis I. XIV (1990): 131-156.
  • Mazur, Zeke.
    • Unio Magica: Part I: On the Magical Origins of Plotinus' Mysticism. XXI (2003): 23-52.
    • Unio Magica: Part II: Plotinus, Theurgy, and the Question of Ritual. XXII (2004): 29-56.
    • Unio Intellectualis? A Response to Beierwaltes on Unio Magica. XXVI (2008): 193-200.
  • McGonagill, Gary.
    • A Note on Thucydides 2.41.4, ὑπόνοια, and Conceptions of History. XXII (2004): 7-18.
  • Mendelson, Alan. 
    • Plato’s Phaedo and the Frailty of Human Nature. V (1981): 29-39.
  • Menn, Stephen. 
    • Longinus on Plotinus. XIX (2001): 113-124.
  • Morgenstern, Amy. 
    • Leaving the Verb ‘To Be’ Behind: An Alternative Reading of Plato’s Sophist. XIX (2001): 27-50.
  • Morlet, Sebastien. 
    • Porphyre et la théologie de l'histoire d'Eusèbe de Césarée. XXII (2004): 57-75.
  • Narbonne, Jean-Marc. 
    • Plotin et le problème de la generation de la matière: à propos d’un article recent.  XI (1987): 3-31.
    • Plotinus and the Gnostics on the Generation of Matter (33 [II, 9] 12 and 51 [I, 8] 14). XXIV (2006): 45-64. 
    • A Doctrinal Evolution in Plotinus? The Weakness of the Soul in its Relation to Evil. XXV (2007): 77-92.
  • Nicholson, Graeme. 
    • The Ontology of Plato’s Phaedrus. XVI (1998): 9-28.
  • Nikulin, Dmitri. 
    • Intelligible Matter in Plotinus. XVI (1998): 85-114.
  • Obertello, Luca. 
    • Proclus, Ammonius and Boethius on Divine Knowledge. V (1981): 127-164.
    • Melissus of Samos and Plato on the Generation of the World. VIII (1984): 3-18.
  • O’Brien, Denis. 
    • J.-M. Narbonne on Plotinus and The Generation of Matter: two corrections. XII (1988): 25-26.
  • O’Donovan, Oliver. 
    • Augustine’s City of God XIX and Western Political Thought. XI (1987): 89-110.
  • Okano, Ritsuko. 
    • Philosophical Grounds for Mystical Intuition in Plotinus. XXV (2007): 93-114.
  • O’Meara, Dominic J. 
    • The Problem of Omnipresence in Plotinus Ennead VI, 4:5: A Reply. IV (1980): 61-73.
  • O'Neil, Seamus. 
    • 'You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive': Demonic Agency in Augustine. XXIX (2011): 9-27.
  • O’Rourke, Fran. 
    • Virtus Essendi: Intensive Being in Pseudo-Dionysius and Aquinas. XV (1990): 31-80.
  • Otto, Jennifer.
    • An Education in Virtue: Philosophical Speculation and Religious Observance in the Thought of Philo of Alexandria. XXIX (2011): 135-46.
  • Ousager, Asger. 
    • Sufficient Reason, Identities and Discernibles in Plotinus. XXI (2003): 219-40.
  • Pachoumi, Eleni.
    • Praying and Thinking: Religious and Philosophical Interactions in the Representations of the Abstract Deified Concept of Aion in Magical Texts from Greco-Roman Egypt. XXIX (2011): 171-80.
  • Parker, Emily.
    • Philo of Alexandria's Logos and Life of Moses. XXVIII (2010): 27-43.
    • A Portrait of Many Colours: Philo's Account of Roman Political Administration in Alexandria. XXIX (2011): 147-56.
    • (with Alexander Treiger). Philo's Odyssey into the Medieval Jewish World: Neglected Evidence from Arab Christian Literature. XXX (2012): 117-46.
  • Partenie, Catalin. 
    • The ‘Productionist’ Framework of the Timaeus.  XVI (1998): 29-34.
  • Perl, Eric D. 
    • St. Gregory Palamas and the Metaphysics of Creation. XIV (1989): 105-130.
    • Why is Beauty Form? Plotinus' Theory of Beauty in Phenomenological Perspective. XXV (2007): 115-28.
    • Neither One Nor Many: God and the Gods in Plotinus, Proclus, and Aquinas. XXVIII (2010): 167-91.
  • Phillips, John F. 
    • Stoic “Common Notions” in Plotinus. XI (1987): 33-52.
    • Plotinus and the ‘Eye’ of Intellect. XIV (1989): 79-103.
  • Planinc, Zdravko. 
    • Marx on Epicurus: Much Ado About Nothing. XI (1987): 111-145.
  • Puxley, David.
    • The Role of the Human in the Procession and Return of the Cosmos from Plotinus to Eriugena. XXIV (2006): 175-208.
  • Reydams-Schils, Gretchen. 
    • Roman and Stoic: the Self as Mediator. XVI (1998): 35-62.
  • Riggs, Timothy. 
    • Eros as Hierarchical Principle: A Re-evaluation of Dionysius' Neoplatonism. XXVII (2009): 71-96.
    • Erôs, the Son, and the Gods as Metaphysical Principles in Proclus and Dionysius. XXVIII (2010): 97-130.
    • Elements of the Authentic Self in Fârâbî: Between Alexander and Proclus. XXIX (2011): 61-80.
  • Robertson, David G. 
    • Talk, Ethics and Politics in Plotinus. XXVI (2008): 61-72.
  • Robertson, Neil. 
    • Robert Crouse and Augustine Ancient, Medieval and Modern: A Response to Wayne Hankey. XXX (2012): 77-86.
  • Robinson, Matthew.
    • Individual Agencys in Bonaventure's Account of Natural Knowledge. XIX (2011): 81-106.
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