Books

Published Books

The Twelfth-Century Renewal of Latin Metaphysics: Gundissalinus’s Ontology of Matter and Form.

Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Winter 2020.


Domingo Gundisalvo. Una introducción.

Madrid: Editorial Sindéresis, 2017. ISBN: 978-84-16262-34-2. 165pp.


Books in progress

The Matter of this World: Early Medieval Theories of Matter (350-1200).

Proposal to be submitted to publisher in Winter 2020.


‘The Peregrinations of the Soul in the Afterlife’,
an Anonymous Twelfth-Century Treatise
.

Pre-contract with Dallas Medieval Texts and Translations – link


VOLUMES

Published Volumes

Vedere nell’ombra. Studi su natura, spiritualità e scienze operative offerti a Michela Pereira.

Edited by C. Panti and N. Polloni. Firenze: SISMEL (Micrologus’ Library 90), 2018. ISBN 978-88-8450-813-3. 430pp.


Appropriation, Interpretation and Criticism: Philosophical and Theological Exchanges Between the Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Intellectual Traditions.

Edited by A. Fidora and N. Polloni. Barcelona – Roma: FIDEM, 2017. ISBN: 978-2-503-57744-9. 336pp.


Accepted Volumes

Roger Bacon and Medieval Science and Philosophy. Studies in Honour of Jeremiah Hackett.

Edited by N. Polloni and Y. Kedar. Contract with Routledge. Expected publication: 2020.


Solomon Ibn Gabirol’s Philosophy and Its Impact in the Middle Ages.  

Edited by N. Polloni, M. Benedetto, and F. Dal Bo. Preliminary agreement with Brepols (PATMA). Currently under peer-review.


Volumes in progress

Contrasting Nature: Idealisation and Degradation of the Natural World in the Middle Ages.  

Edited by M. Cipriani and N. Polloni. Initial phase of the editorial process.


Articles

Published Articles

Gundissalinus on the Angelic Creation of the Human Soul. A Peculiar Example of Philosophical Appropriation.

Oriens 47/3-4 (2019): 313-347.


Gundissalinus and Avicenna: Some Remarks on an Intricate Philosophical Connection.

Documenti e Studi sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale 28 (2017): 515-552.


Gundissalinus on Necessary Being: Textual and Doctrinal Alterations in the Exposition of Avicenna’s Metaphysics.

Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 26/1, 2016: 129-160.


Gundissalinus’s Application of al-Fārābi’s Metaphysical Programme. A Case of Epistemological Transfer.

Mediterranea. International Journal on the Transfer of Knowledge 1, 2016: 69-106.


Thierry of Chartres and Gundissalinus on Spiritual Substance: The Problem of Hylomorphic Composition.

Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 57, 2015: 35-57.


Elementi per una biografia di Dominicus Gundisalvi.

Archives d’Histoire Doctrinale et Littèraire du Moyen Âge 82, 2015: 7-22.


Il De processione mundi di Gundissalinus: prospettive per un’analisi genetico-dottrinale.

Annali di Studi Umanistici 1, 2013: 25-38.


Accepted/Forthcoming Articles

A Matter of Philosophers and Spheres. Medieval Glosses on Artephius’s Key of Wisdom.

Ambix, 67/2 (2020), forthcoming.


Hugh of St Victor, Dominicus Gundissalinus and the Place of the Mechanical Arts in Premodern Architectures of Knowledge.

With Alexander Fidora. Revue de Théologie et de Philosophie, accepted.


Book Chapters

Published Book Chapters

The Liberal Arts: Inheritances and Conceptual Frameworks.  

With G.E.M. Gasper, S. Sønnesyn, N. Lewis, and J. Cunningham. In G.E.M. Gasper, C. Panti, T.C.B. McLeish, H. Smithson (eds.), Knowing and Speaking: Robert Grosseteste’s De artibus liberalibus ‘On the Liberal Arts’ and De generatione sonorum ‘On the Generation of Sounds’. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, 36–50.


The Use of the Stars: Alchemy, Plants, and Medicine.

With G.E.M. Gasper, S. Sønnesyn, A. Lawrence-Mathers, and N. El-Bizri. In G.E.M. Gasper, C. Panti, T.C.B. McLeish, H. Smithson (eds.), Knowing and Speaking: Robert Grosseteste’s De artibus liberalibus ‘On the Liberal Arts’ and De generatione sonorum ‘On the Generation of Sounds’. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, 166–195.


Nature, Souls, and Numbers: Remarks on a Medieval Gloss on Gundissalinus’s De processione mundi.

In M.J. Soto-Bruna (ed.), Causality and Resemblance. Medieval Approaches to the Explanation of Nature. Hildesheim – Zürich – New York: OLMS, 75-87.


The Toledan Translation Movement and Gundissalinus: Some Remarks on His Activity and Presence in Castile.

In Y. Beale-Rivaya and J. Busic (eds.), A Companion to Medieval Toledo. Reconsidering the Canons. Leiden – Boston: Brill, 263-280.


L’acqua che si trasforma in pietra. Gundissalinus e Avicenna sulla generazione dei metalli.

In C. Panti and N. Polloni (eds), Vedere nell’ombra. Studi su natura, spiritualità e scienze operative offerti a Michela Pereira. Firenze: SISMEL, 103-119. 


Toledan Ontologies: Gundissalinus, Ibn Daud, and the Problems of Gabirolian Hylomorphism.

In A. Fidora and N. Polloni (eds.), Appropriation, Interpretation and Criticism: Philosophical and Theological Exchanges Between the Arabic, Hebrew and Latin Intellectual Traditions, FIDEM, Barcelona – Roma, 2016, 19-49.


Aristotle in Toledo: Gundissalinus, the Arabs, and Gerard of Cremona’s Translations.

In Ch. Burnett and P. Mantas (eds.), ‘Ex Oriente Lux’. Translating Words, Scripts and Styles in the Medieval Mediterranean World (Arabica Veritas, IV), CNERU – The Warburg Institute, Córdoba, 2016, 147-185.


‘Natura vero assimilatur quaternario’: numerologia e neoplatonismo nel De processione mundi di Dominicus Gundissalinus.

In J. L. Fuertes Herrenos – Á. Poncela González (eds.), De Natura. La naturaleza en la Edad Media, vol. 2, Húmus, Ribeirão, 2015, 679-688.


Accepted/Forthcoming Book Chapters

Gundisalvi, Dominicus.

In Encyclopaedia of Islam, THREE. Edited by: Kate Fleet, Gudrun Krämer, Denis Matringe, John Nawas, Everett Rowson. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.


Dominicus Gundissalinus’s On Unity and the One.

In L.X. López Farjeat, K. Krause, and N. Oschman (eds.), Medieval Philosophy and the Jewish, Islamic, and Christian Traditions. Essays in Honor of Richard Taylor. Forthcoming (Spring 2020).


Early Roger Bacon on Matter: (Meta)physical Tensions.

In N. Polloni and Y. Kedar (eds.), Roger Bacon and Medieval Science and Philosophy. Studies in Honour of Jeremiah Hackett. Forthcoming.


Trustworthy Translator or Vicious Misintepreter? Gundissalinus, Ibn Gabirol, and the Doctrinal Consistency of the Fons vitae.

In N. Polloni, M. Benedetto, F. Dal Bo (eds.), Solomon Ibn Gabirol’s Philosophy and Its Impact in the Middle Ages, forthcoming.


Book Reviews

A. Lammer. The Elements of Avicenna’s Physics: Greek Sources and Arabic Innovations. Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2018. ISBN 9783110543582.

Isis 110/3 (2019): 586-587.


M.J. Soto Bruna, C. Alonso Del Real, De unitate et uno de Dominicus Gundissalinus, EUNSA, Pamplona 2015. ISBN: 9788431329426.

Anuario filosófico 49/2 (2016): 484-486.


S. Pessin, Ibn Gabirol’s Theology of Desire. Matter and Method in Jewish Medieval Neoplatonism, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2013. ISBN: 9781107032217.

Theology and Sexuality 21/2 (2015): 163-165.


Other Contributions

Domingo Gundisalvo, Filósofo de frontera.

Madrid: Fundación Ignacio Larramendi, 2013. DOI: 10.18558/FIL033. 95pp.

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