ACPQ Special Issues
ISSUE TOPIC GUEST EDITOR
Vol. 82:1, Winter 2008 Edith Stein Antonio Calcagno
Vol. 81:2, Spring 2007 Peter Abelard Jeffrey Brower
Vol. 80:3, Summer 2006 Gabriel Marcel Thomas A. Michaud
Vol. 79:4, Autumn 2005 John Scottus Eriugena Philipp W. Rosemann
Vol. 79:1, Winter 2005 Max Scheler John F. Crosby
Vol. 78:2, Spring 2004 Boethius Siobhan Nash-Marshall
Vol. 76:4, Autumn 2002 Leibniz Donald Rutherford
Vol. 76:1, Winter 2002 Maimonides Daniel H. Frank
Vol. 75:2, Spring 2001 Immanuel Kant Philip Rossi, S.J. and John L. Treloar, S.J.
Vol. 74:3, Summer 2000 Thomas Reid John Haldane
Vol. 74:1, Winter 2000 St. Augustine Roland J. Teske, S.J.
Vol. 73:1, Winter 1999 Medieval Islamic Thought Thérèse-Anne Druart
Vol. 72:2, Spring 1998 C. S. Peirce Vincent M. Colapietro
Vol. 71:3, Summer 1997 Plotinus Lloyd P. Gerson
Vol. 70:4, Autumn 1996 Jean-Paul Sartre Thomas C. Anderson
Vol. 70:1, Winter 1996 Albertus Magnus William A. Wallace, O.P.
Vol. 69:2, Spring 1995 Heidegger John D. Caputo
Vol. 68:3, Summer 1994 John Poinsot 
[John of St. Thomas]
John Deely
Vol. 67:4, Autumn 1993 Descartes Stephen Voss
Vol. 67:1, Winter 1993 Duns Scotus Allan B. Wolter, O.F.M.
Vol. 66:2, Spring 1992 Edmund Husserl John J. Drummond
Vol. 65:3, Summer 1991 Francisco Suárez Jorge Gracia
Vol. 64:4, Autumn 1990 G. W. F. Hegel Kenneth L. Schmitz
Vol. 64:1, Winter 1990 Nicholas of Cusa Louis Dupré



ABELARD: Jeffery E. Brower, Guest Editor 
Vol. 81:2, Spring 2007
Jeffrey E. Brower Editor’s Introduction
Peter King Abelard on Mental Language
Ian Wilks Abelard on Context and Signification
Andrew Arlig Abelard’s Assault on Everyday Objects
John Marenbon Abelard’s Changing Thoughts on Sameness and Difference in Logic and Theology
Jeffrey Hause Abelard on Degrees of Sinfulness
Sean Eisen Murphy “The Law was Given for the Sake of Life”: Peter Abelard on the Law of Moses
A.L. Griffioen “In Accordance with the Law”: Reconciling Divine and Civil Law in Abelard
Margaret Cameron Abelard (and Heloise?) on Intention



GABRIEL MARCEL: Thomas A. Michaud, Guest Editor 
Vol. 80:3, Summer 2006
Thomas A. Michaud Editor’s Introduction
Michael Norvak Marcel at Harvard
Peter A. Redpath Gabriel Marcel and the Recovery of Philosophy in Our Time
Thomas R. Flynn Toward the Concrete: Marcel on Existentialist
Brian Treanor Constellations: Gabriel Marcel’s Philosophy of Relative Otherness
Thomas Anderson Gabriel Marcel on Personal Immortality
Brendan Sweetman Marcel on God and Religious Experience, and the Critique of Alston and Hick
Patrick L. Bourgeois Marcel and Ricœur: Mystery and Hope at the Boundary of Reason in the Postmodern Situation
Thomas A. Michaud Gabriel Marcel’s Politics: Theory and Practice
Katharine Rose Hanley A Journey to Consciousness: Gabriel Marcel’s Relevance for the Twenty-First-Century Classroom



JOHN SCOTTUS ERIUGENA: Philipp W. Rosemann 
Vol. 79:4, Autumn 2005
Philipp W. Rosemann Editor’s Introduction
David C. Greetham Édouard Jeauneau’s Edition of the Periphyseon in Light of Contemporary Editorial Theory
Paul Edward Dutton Filiolitas: The Short History of One of Eriugena’s Inventions
Catherine Kavanagh The Influence of Maximus the Confessor on Eriugena’s Treatment of Aristotle’s Categories
Valery V. Petroff Eriugena on the Spiritual Body
L. Michael Harrington The Argument for Universal Immortality in Eriugena’s “Zoology”
Avital Wohlman John Scottus Eriugena, a Christian Philosopher
Philipp W. Rosemann Causality as Concealing Revelation in Eriugena: A Heideggerian Interpretation



MAX SCHELER: John R. Crosby, Guest Editor 
Vol. 79:1, Winter 2005
John F. Crosby Editor’s Introduction
Joshua Miller The Writings of Max Scheler
Max Scheler On the Rehabilitation of Virtue
Eugene Kelly A Postscript to Max Scheler’s “On the Rehabilitation of Virtue”
Dietrich von Hildebrand The Personality of Max Scheler
John R. White Exemplary Persons and Ethics: The Significance of St. Francis for the Philosophy of Max Scheler
John F. Crosby Person and Obligation: Critical Reflections on the Anti-Authoritarian Strain in Scheler’s Personalism
Phillip Blosser The “Cape Horn” of Scheler’s Ethics
Jonathan J. Sanford Scheler vs. Scheler: The Case for a Better Ontology of the Person
Joshua Miller Scheler on the Twofold Source of Personal Uniqueness
Josef Seifert Scheler on Repentance
John J. Drummond Personalism and the Metaphysical: Comments of Max Scheler’s Acting Persons



BOETHIUS: Siobhan Nash-Marshall, Guest Editor 
Vol. 78:2, Spring 2004
Siobhan Nash-Marshall Editor’s Introduction
Claudio Micaelli Boethian Reflections on God: Between Logic and Metaphysics
Joseph W. Koterski, S.J. Boethius and the Theological Origins of the Concept of Person
Siobhan Nash-Marshall God, Simplicity, and the Consolatio Philosophiae
Jonathan Evans Boethius on Modality and Future Contingents
M.V. Dougherty The Problem of Humana Natura in the Consolatio Philosophiae of Boethius
John R. Fortin, O.S.B. The Nature of Consolation in the Consolation of Philosophy
Paul J. Lachance Boethius on Human Freedom
John Marenbon Boethius and the Problem of Paganism



LEIBNIZ: Donald Rutherford, Guest Editor 
Vol. 76:4, Autumn 2002
Donald Rutherford Introduction: Leibniz and Religion
Christia Mercer Leibniz on Knowledge and God
Ursula Goldenbaum Spinoza’s Parrot, Socinian Syllogisms, and Leibniz’s Metaphysics: Leibniz’s Three Strategies of Defending Christian Mysteries
Paul Lodge and Ben Crowe Leibniz, Bayle, and Locke on Faith and Reason
Maria Rose Antognazza Leibniz and Religious Toleration: The Correspondence with Paul Pellisson-Fontanier
Michael J. Murray Leibniz’s Proposal for Theological Reconciliation among the Protestants
Jean-Pascal Anfray God’s Decrees and Middle Knowledge: Leibniz and the Jesuits
Mark Kulstad Exploring Middle Ground: Was Leibniz’s Conception of God ever Spinozistic?



MAIMONIDES: Daniel H. Frank, Guest Editor 
Vol. 76:1, Winter 2002
Daniel H. Frank Editor’s Introduction
Kenneth Seeskin Sanctity and Silence: The Religious Significance of Maimonides’ Negative Theology
Diana Lobel “Silence Is Praise to You”: Maimonides on Negative Theology, Looseness of Expression, and Religious Experience
Charles H. Manekin Maimonides on Divine Knowledge—Moses of Narbonne’s Averroist Reading
Sarah Pessin Matter, Metaphor, and Privative Pointing: Maimonides on the Complexity of Human Being
Daniel H. Frank The Development of Maimonides’ Moral Psychology
Oliver Leaman Ideals, Simplicity, and Ethics: The Maimonidean Approach
Menachem Kellner Is Maimonides’ Ideal Person Austerely Rationalist?
Jonathan Jacobs Aristotle on Maimonides: The Ethics of Perfection and the Perfection of Ethics
Hannah Kasher Animals as Moral Patients in Maimonides’ Teachings
David B. Burrell A Philosophical Foray into Difference and Dialogue: Avital Wohlman on Maimonides and Aquinas



KANT: Philip Rossi, S.J. and John L. Treloar, S. J. Guest Editors 
Vol. 75:2, Spring 2001
Philip Rossi, S.J. and John L. Treloar, S. J. Editors' Introduction
Richard Velkley Metaphysics, Freedom and History: Kant and the End of Reason
Philip Rossi, S.J. Autonomy: Toward the Social Self-Governance of Reason
Jacqueline Mariña The Religious Significance of Kant’s Ethics
Pauline Kleingeld Nature or Providence? On the Theoretical and Moral Importance of Kant’s Philosophy of History
Jeffrey Wilson Incommensurable, Supersensible, Sublime
Ted Kinnaman The Task of the Critique of Judgment: Why Kant Needs a Deduction of the Principle of Purposiveness in Nature
Robert E. Wood Kant’s “Antinomic” Aesthetics
John L. Treloar, S.J. Kant on Philosophy and Being a Philosopher



THOMAS REID: John Haldane, Guest Editor 
Vol. 74:3, Summer 2000
John Haldane Thomas Reid: Life and Work
Ralph McInerny Thomas Reid and Common Sense
Keith Lehrer and Bradley Warner Reid, God and Epistemology
Philip de Bary Thomas Reid’s Metaprinciple
Alexander Broadie The Scotist Thomas Reid
Roger D. Gallie Reid, Kant and the Doctrine of the Two Standpoints
William Rowe The Metaphysics of Freedom: Reid’s Theory of Agent Causation
John Haldane Thomas Reid and the History of Ideas
Ronald E. Beanblossom James and Reid: Meliorism vs. Metaphysics
Nicholas Wolterstorff Reid on Common Sense, with Wittgenstein’s Assistance
C. A. J. Coady Contract, Justice and Self-Interest: Reid and Modern Feminism



ST. AUGUSTINE: Roland J. Teske, S.J., Guest Editor 
Vol. 74:1 Winter 2000
Roland J. Teske, S.J. Introduction
Mary T. Clark, R.S.C.J. Augustine on Immutability and Mutability
Roland J. Teske, S.J. The Heaven of Heaven and the Unity of St. Augustine’s Confessions
David Vincent Meconi, S.J. Gender and Imago Dei in Augustine’s De Trinitate XII
Donald X. Burt, O.S.A. Friendly Persuasion: Augustine on Religious Toleration
Douglas Kries Augustine’s Response to the Political Critics of Christianity in the De Civitate Dei
John Rist What Will I Be Like Tomorrow? Augustine vs. Hume
James Wetzel Crisis Mentalities: Augustine after Descartes
James K. A. Smith How (Not) To Tell a Secret: Interiority and the Strategy of “Confession”
C. A. J. Coady and Jeff Ross St. Augustine and the Ideal of Peace
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