THE DE ANIMA TRADITION IN EARLY FRANCISCAN THOUGHT: A CASE STUDY IN AVICENNA’S RECEPTION
by Lydia Schumacher

SPECIES AND MATTER IN ROGER BACON’S DE MULTIPLICATIONE SPECIERUM
by Yael Kedar

MATTER AND BODY AS CORRELATIVE PRINCIPLES IN THOMAS AQUINAS
by David Cory

SEEING DARK THINGS: HOW THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF MATTER DIFFERS FROM THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF PRIVATION
by Thomas Valentin Harb

FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE IN MEDIEVAL SCIENCE: THOMAS OF CANTIMPRÉ’S LIBER DE NATURA RERUM
by Mattia Cipriani

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY IN COLONIAL CHILE: JESUIT MANUSCRIPTS OF COLEGIO MÁXIMO SAN MIGUEL
by Abel Aravena Zamora