Aristotelianism

 Aristotle in the Renaissance
David A. Lines

  • Donato Acciaiuoli, selection from Commentary on the ‘Nicomachean Ethics’, in Cambridge Translations of Renaissance Philosophical Texts, vol. 1: Moral Philosophy, ed. by Jill Kraye (Cambridge, 1997), pp. 46–58.
  • Luca Bianchi, ‘Un commento “umanistico” ad Aristotele: L’Expositio super libros Ethicorum di Donato Acciaiuoli’, Rinascimento, 30 (1990), 29–55; rpt in idem, Studi sull’aristotelismo del rinascimento (Padua, 2003), pp. 11–39.
  • Jill Kraye, ‘Moral Philosophy’, in The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy (Cambridge, 1988), pp. 303–86.
  • David A. Lines, ‘Humanistic and Scholastic Ethics’, in The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Philosophy, ed. James Hankins (Cambridge University Press, 2007), pp. 304–318.
  • ________. ‘Lefèvre and French Aristotelianism on the Eve of the Sixteenth Century’, in Der Aristotelismus in der Frühen Neuzeit nach dem Fall von Konstantinopel— Kontinuität oder Wiederaneignung?, ed. Andreas Speer and Günter Frank (Wolfenbüttler Forschungen, 2007), pp. 273–289.
  •  ________. ‘Teaching Physics in Louvain and Bologna: Frans Titelmans and Ulisse Aldrovandi’, in Scholarly Knowledge: Textbooks in Early Modern Europe, ed. by Emidio Campi and others (Geneva, 2008), pp. 183–203.
  • Antonino Poppi, L’etica del rinascimento tra Platone e Aristotele (Naples, 1997).
  • Charles B. Schmitt, Aristotle and the Renaissance (Harvard University Press, 1983).

The materials in this bibliography correspond to the reading lists set for the “Reading Publics” workshop held at the University of Warwick in July 2012. Unless otherwise indicated, the bibliographies were put together by the workshop’s organizers: Prof. Simon Gilson, Dr.David Lines and Dr. Maude Vanhaelen and adapted for the blog by Bryan Brazeau.

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