Early Modern Thought Online) run by the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa and the Università di Cagliari. Biblioteche dei Filosofi is a database of the private libraries of great thinkers over the past few centuries. The site includes Nicholas of Cusa, Schleiermacher, Hegel, Stillingfleet, Zwingli, Goethe, Arminius, and many others. It looks like for most of the personalities, a pdf of a previously published index volume is included that lists the holdings of their personal library. These are of course the old and out-of-copyright versions; for instance, Georg Reimer's 1835 list of Schleiermacher's library is included rather than the more recent critical editions. This site offers a lot for curious exploration, as well as useful research material.
The Biblioteche also has an extensive explanation of the project that is worth reading, and they are looking for contributors.
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
at 11:57 AM
...in the journal literature.
- A relatively new journal - The Journal of Episcopal Church Canon Law - is being published by the Virginia Theological Seminary.
- The latest issue of the Scottish Journal of Theology is full of articles that look interesting... Najeb Awad on Augustine's de Trinitate as de Spirito Sancto ; Adam Eitel on Thomas Aquinas and Victor Preller ; John Webster on Torrance and Scripture ; and Kevin Hector on the Barthian controversy over trinity and election.
- The forthcoming 2012 issue of Medioevo is a theme issue on "Augustine of Hippo’s De Trinitate
and Its Fortune in Medieval Philosophy."
- Medieval Mystical Theology, which replaced the Eckhart Review in 2011, will now publish two issues per year.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
at 3:33 PM
I will be sharing a paper with the theology workshop here at the Divinity School, entitled "Godforsakenness as the End of Prophecy: a proposal from Schleiermacher's Glaubenslehre". If you're in the area, I'd be happy to see you there.
Labels: Friedrich Schleiermacher