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Brian Garcia
Assumption University
  1. Anatomie d’un Homme-Dieu: Éléments de la christologie et de la physiologie de Tommaso Campanella[REVIEW]Brian Garcia - 2021 - Renaissance Quarterly 74.
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    Filosofische psychologie in de 15de eeuw: een portret. Dominicus van Vlaanderen over particuliere en universele kennis.Brian Garcia - 2016 - Dissertation, Ku Leuven
    This dissertation focuses on the philosophical psychology of a little-studied author, Dominic of Flanders, as elaborated upon in a work that has received no attention in the scholarly literature thus far—viz., his Expositio super libros de anima. No modern editions of Dominic’s works exist. Born in the County of Flanders during the first half of the fifteenth century, Dominic was first educated at the University of Paris, but then made his intellectual home in Italy, where he entered the Dominican Order, (...)
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    The Monstrosity of Vice: Sin and Slavery in Campanella’s Political Thought.Brian Garcia - 2020 - Aither: Journal for the Study of Greek and Latin Philosophical Traditions 12 (2):232–248.
    This paper opens by reviewing Aristotle’s conception of the natural slave and then familiar treatments of the internal conflict between the ruling and subject parts of the soul in Aristotle and Plato; I highlight especially the figurative uses of slavery and servitude when discussing such problems pertaining to incontinence and vice—viz., being a ‘slave’ to the passions. Turning to Campanella, features of the City of the Sun pertaining to slavery are examined: in sketching his ideal city, Campanella both rejects Aristotle’s (...)
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    Aristotle Among the Jesuits: A Note Concerning a Recent Publication.Brian Garcia - 2014 - Rivista di Filosofia Neo-Scolastica 106 (1):177–193.
    Studies on Early Modern Aristotelianism is a collection of seventeen essays by Paul Richard Blum, previously published over the last three decades in German and Italian, French and English, as well as Hungarian. Two concluding chapters serve as appendices, with the remaining fifteen divided into three sections: Philosophy at Early Modern Schools, Science from the Renaissance through the Enlightenment, and Metaphysics and Theology. While Blum’s Studies is not a monograph, it is neither simply a collection of works which are incidentally (...)
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    Tommaso Campanella: La città del sole.Brian Garcia - 2019 - The Literary Encyclopedia.
    The City of the Sun is a literary, political, and philosophical work by Tommaso Campanella, one of the most significant intellectual figures of the late Renaissance. While Campanella was a prolific author—writing on natural philosophy, ethics, prophecy, magic, astrology, theology, metaphysics, and politics—City of the Sun remains his most famous text. The work, in the form of a dialogue between a Grand Hospitaller and a Genoese helmsman, describes an imaginary city located in the Tabrobane (today’s Sri Lanka). The Genoese seaman (...)
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    The Editor, The Author, and The Saint: Dominic of Flanders and Antonio de Ferraris, Two Quattrocento Readers of Aquinas.Brian Garcia & Andrea Robiglio - 2017 - Divus Thomas 120 (2):69–88.
    This article presents two case-studies that shed light on the silent yet significant role an editor might play in the reception of Renaissance texts and the place of Thomas Aquinas therein. Both studies take up texts from fifteenth-century Italy. The first addresses the scholastic philosopher, Dominic of Flanders, suggesting that Dominic’s originality as a thinker may have been ‘corrected’ by an anonymous editor in order to maintain closer accord with Aquinas’s position; inquiry into the manuscript tradition uncovers instances of silent (...)
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    Interiority and Human Experience: Dominicus de Flandria on the Interior Senses.Brian Garcia - 2015 - Revista Española de Filosofía Medieval 22 (1):219–237.
    This paper takes up the topic of the interior senses and sensible cognition as elaborated by Dominic of Flanders, a fifteenth-century Dominican thinker, in his short commentary, Expositio super libros De anima. At a time when Averroistic Aristotelianism was flourishing, and as nominalism spread across the Continent, Dominic’s account of the soul and the interior senses demonstrates a commitment to Thomas Aquinas and, more broadly, scholastic realism. Dominic adopts the fourfold model of the internal senses advanced by Thomas. He carries (...)
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    Minima mediaevalia. Saggi di filosofia medievale[REVIEW]Brian Garcia - 2020 - Deutsches Dante-Jahrbuch 95:185–189.
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    Studies on Early Modern Aristotelianism[REVIEW]Brian Garcia - 2013 - Tijdschrift Voor Filosofie 75:802–804.
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    Dante’s Persons: An Ethics of the Transhuman[REVIEW]Brian Garcia - 2021 - Deutsches Dante-Jahrbuch 96.
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