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    Notes sur un commentaire inédit au Liber de causis.Alexandra Baneu & Dragos Calma - 2012 - Bulletin de Philosophie Medievale 54:277-296.
    An unpublished Latin commentary, never mentioned in the secondary literature, is in Augbsburg, Staats- und Stadtbibliothek, 4° Cod 68 ff. 272va-278ra. The same hand copies the text of the Liber de causis , the interlinear glosses and the commentary. This is most likely the result of an oral teaching, as the author refers to a previous lectio. The article discusses the explicit quotations of Albert the Great, Thomas Aquinas and Proclus, and shows that the anonymous author offers an original hypothesis (...)
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  2. Recherches Sur Dietrich de Freiberg.Joël Biard, Dragos Calma & Ruedi Imbach (eds.) - 2009 - Brepols Publishers.
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    Al-ʿaql Dans la Tradition Latine du Liber de Causis.Dragos Calma - 2021 - Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 31 (1):127-148.
    RésuméL'article propose une première approche systématique de la tradition manuscrite du Liber de causis, en étudiant à la fois les variantes manuscrites et les difficultés doctrinales suscitées par la translittération de l'arabe al-ʿaql conservée dans la traduction latine. Certains médiévaux l'entendent comme un concept sans équivalent en latin, forgé par des philosophes arabes dont on ignore tout. D'autres médiévaux, qui ont probablement connu une branche différente de la tradition manuscrite du Liber de causis, n'en font aucune mention. En examinant cent (...)
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    Metaphysics as a Way of Life: Heymericus de Campo on Universals and the “Inner Man”.Dragos Calma - 2020 - Vivarium 58 (4):305-334.
    Pierre Hadot famously claimed that, between Antiquity and German Idealism, Western philosophy had lost its practical role of guiding the life of the practitioner. Scholars who challenged this view focused on two medieval models. This article argues that the overlooked work Colliget principiorum iuris naturalis, divini et humani philosophice doctrinalium by Heymericus de Campo postulates a third model. On the basis of St. Paul’s teaching about the “inner man,” Heymericus reconsiders the Aristotelian doctrines of abstraction and of being as such (...)
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  5. Reading Proclus and the book of Causes: Western Scholarly Networks and Debates, Volume 1.Dragos Calma (ed.) - 2019 - Brill.
    _Reading Proclus and the_ Book of Causes: _Western Scholarly Networks and Debates, Volume 1_ provides a fresh account, based on previously unknown documents, of the diffusion of Hellenic and Islamic thought in the Latin West.
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  6. Reading Proclus and the Book of Causes: Vol. 2. Translations and Acculturations.Dragos Calma (ed.) - 2020 - Brill.
    This volume studies the reception of Proclus’ _Elements of Theology_ in Byzantium and the Caucasus, focusing on the composition of the _Book of Causes_ and its translations into Latin and Hebrew. It offers an unique perspective on the acculturations of Proclus to the Abrahamic traditions.
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  7. Reading Proclus and the Book of Causes, Volume 2: Translations and Acculturations.Dragos Calma (ed.) - 2020 - Brill.
    This volume studies the reception of Proclus’ _Elements of Theology_ in Byzantium and the Caucasus, focusing on the composition of the _Book of Causes_ and its translations into Latin and Hebrew. It offers an unique perspective on the acculturations of Proclus to the Abrahamic traditions.
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  8. Études Sur le Premier Siècle de l'Averroïsme Latin: Approches Et Textes Inédits.Dragos Calma - 2011 - Brepols Publishers.
    Ce livre est consacré aux auteurs qui ont repris la pensée d’Averroès dans le monde latin entre 1250 et 1350. De nouvelles remarques sur la polysémie du terme averroista précèdent les grands thèmes abordés : le retour numériquement identique au corps corrompu, le rapport entre matière et puissance, la nécessité et la contingence, l’intellect agent et possible. Des manuscrits et des textes inédits jusqu’à ce jour sont au coeur des discussions qui apportent la preuve que des doctrines puisées dans l’œuvre (...)
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