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Nr.TipCotaAutorTitlu  Disponibil
3801CarteKLI1.1Klibansky, RaymondThe continuity of the Platonic Tradition during the Middle Agesda
3802CarteERA1.1.1Desiderius ErasmusThe correspondence of Erasmus. Letters 1 to 141da
3803CarteERA1.1.2Desiderius ErasmusThe correspondence of Erasmus. Letters 142 to 297da
3804CarteERA1.1.3Desiderius ErasmusThe correspondence of Erasmus. Letters 298 to 445da
3805CarteBAX1.1Baxter, TimothyThe Cratylus. Plato's Critique of Namingda
3806CartePLA1.8PlatonThe Crito and Part of the Phaedoda
3807CarteHYB1.1Nils Hybel; Bjorn PoulsenThe Danish Resources C. 1000-1550. Growth and Recessionda
3808ArticolX-mau1.1Maurer, ArmandThe De Quidditatibus Entium of Dietrich of Freiberg and its criticism of Thomistic Metaphysicsda
3809CarteBRA5.1Brann, Noel L.The debate over the origin of genius during the Italian renaissance nu
3810CarteBRA5.1#2Brann, Noel L.The debate over the origin of genius during the Italian renaissancenu
3811ArticolX-tig1.1Tigersted, E. N.The Decline and Fall of the Neoplatonic Interpretation of Platoda
3812CarteELR1.1El-Rouayheb, KhaledThe development of Arabic logic (1200-1800)da
3813CarteHUG1.4Hugo de Saint-Victor; Taylor, Jerome (transl.)The Didascalicon of Hugh of St. Victorda
3814CarteMOR6.1 Morris, ColinThe discovery of the individual, 1050-1200da
3815CarteVOL1.1Vollert, Cyril O.The Doctrine of Hervaeus Natalis on primitive justice and original sin, as developed in the controversy on original sin during the early decades of the 14th centurynu
3816CarteMOR5.2Morris, Ian; Scheidel, Walter (eds.)The dynamics of ancient empires: state power from Assyria to Byzantiumda
3817CarteWHI2.1Anonymous Monk of Whitby; Bertram Colgrave (tr.)The earliest life of Gregory the Greatda
3818Articolx-ken1.1Kennedy, George A. KThe Earliest Rhetorical Handbooksda
3819CarteMCG1.1McGrath, S. J. The Early Heidegger and Medieval Philosophyda
3820CartePRO1.4Proclos (Proclus); E. R. Dodds (trad.)The Elements of theology da
3821ArticolX-mac2.2MacDonald, ScottThe Esse/Essentia Argument in Aquinas's De ente et essentiada
3822ArticolX-aer1.2 Aertsen, Jan A.The Eternity of the World: The Believing and The Philosophical Tomas. Some Commentsda
3823CarteREE2.1Reeves, Marjorie ; Hirsch-Reich, BeatriceThe Figurae of Joachim of Fioreda
3824Articolx-ker1.2Kerferd, G.B. The First Greek Sophistsda
3825CarteDUB2.1Duba, William O.The Forge of Doctrine. The Academic Year 1330-31 and the Rise of Scotism at the University of Paris da
3826CarteBIR1.1Bird, Jessalynn Lea; Smith, Damian J. (eds.)The Fourth Lateran Council and the crusade movement. The impact of the council of 1215 on Latin Christendom and the eastda
3827ArticolX-sch5.10Schabel, C. si Minervini, L.The French and Latin Dossier on the Institution of the Governments of Amaury of Lusignanda
3828CarteBLU2.1Blumenberg, Hans The Genesis of the Copernican Worldda
3829ArticolX-del2.1Del Punta, FrancescoThe Genre of Commentaries in the Middle Ages and its Relation to the Nature and Originality of Medieval Toughtda
3830CarteLIC2.1Lickteig, Franz-BernardThe german Carmelites at the Medieval universitiesnu
3831CarteGIL1.3Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval StudiesThe Gilson lectures on Thomas Aquinasda
3832CarteSMI1.1Smith, LesleyThe Glossa Ordinaria. The Making of a Medieval Bible Commentaryda
3833CartePOE1.1Poe, Edgar AllanThe Gold Bugda
3834CarteGRO1.7.1Robert Grosseteste (trad.)The Greek commentaries on the Nicomachean ethics of Aristotle, vol. Ida
3835CarteGRO1.7.3Robert Grosseteste (trad.)The Greek commentaries on the Nicomachean ethics of Aristotle, vol. IIIda
3836CarteHAV2.2Havelock, Eric A.The greek concept of justice.From its shadow in Homer to its subtance in Platoda
3837CarteRIX1bisDarling Buck, CarlThe Greek Dialectsnu
3838CarteDEN2.1.1Denniston, J. D.The Greek Particles I.da
3839CarteDEN2.1.2Denniston, J. D.The Greek Particles II.da
3840CarteGOM1.1.1Gomperz, TheodorThe Greek Thinkers. A History of Ancient Philosophy Vol.1da
3841CarteGOM1.1.2Gomperz, TheodorThe Greek Thinkers. A History of Ancient Philosophy Vol.2da
3842CarteGOM1.1.3Gomperz, TheodorThe Greek Thinkers. A History of Ancient Philosophy Vol.3da
3843CarteGOS2.1Gosling, J. C. B.; Taylor, C. C. The Greeks on Pleasureda
3844CarteMAI1.3Moses MaimonidesThe guide for the perplexedda
3845CarteMAI1.4.1Moses Maimonides, Shlomo Pines (trad.), Leo Strauss (introd.)The Guide of the Perplexedda
3846CarteMAI1.4.2Moise Maimonide, Shlomo Pines (ed.), Leo Strauss (introd.)The Guide of the Perplexedda
3847CarteBIB4.1.1Alter, Robert (ed.)The Hebrew Bible (Vol. I. The Five Books of Moses)da
3848CarteBIB4.1.2Alter, Robert (ed.)The Hebrew Bible (Vol. II. Prophets)da
3849CarteBIB4.1.3Alter, Robert (ed.)The Hebrew Bible (Vol. III. The Writings)da
3850ArticolX-ome1.1O'Meara, Dominic J.The hierarchical ordering of the reality in Plotinusda
3851Articolx-wol2.1 Wolfsdorf, D.The Historical Reader of Plato's Protagorasda
3852CarteOBE1.1Obermeier, AnitaThe history and anatomy of auctorial self-criticism in the European Middle Agesnu
3853CarteCIO2.1Cioca, LucianaThe History of Vesperial Disputations in the 13th and 14th Centuriesda
3854Articolx-caj1.5 Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motionda
3855Articolx-caj1.1Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3856Articolx-caj1.2Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3857Articolx-caj1.3Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3858Articolx-caj1.4 Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3859Articolx-caj1.6Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3860Articolx-caj1.7Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3861Articolx-caj1.8Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3862Articolx-caj1.9Cajori, FlorianThe History of Zeno's Arguments on Motion: Phases in the Development of the Theory of Limitsda
3863CarteKIR3.1Kirk, G. S.The Homeric Poems As Historyda
3864CarteHOM1.8.1G. S. KirkThe Iliad: A Commentary, vol. I (Books 1-4)da
3865CarteHOM1.8.2G. S. KirkThe Iliad: A Commentary, vol. II (Books 5-8)nu
3866CarteHOM1.8.3B. HainsworthThe Iliad: A Commentary, vol. III (Books 9-12)da
3867CarteHOM1.8.4R. JankoThe Iliad: A Commentary, vol. IV (Books 13-16)da
3868CarteHOM1.8.5M. W. EdwardsThe Iliad: A Commentary, vol. V (Books 17-20)da
3869CarteHOM1.8.6N. RichardsonThe Iliad: A Commentary, vol. VI (Books 21-24)da
3870ArticolX-ris1.2Rist, John M.The indefinite dyad and intelligible matter in Plotinusda
3871CarteMOO1.1Moore, A.W.The infiniteda
3872Articolx-bla2.1Blanco, ArturoThe influence of faith in angels on the medieval vision of nature and manda
3873Articolx-klo1.2 Klosko, George The Insufficiency of Reason in Plato's Gorgiasda
3874CarteFIS3.1Fisch, Harold (ed.)The Jerusalem Biblenu
3875CarteFRA5.1Frank, Daniel H. ; Leaman, Oliver ; Manekin, Charles Harry (eds.)The Jewish philosophy readerda
3876CarteTKA1.1Tkacz, Catherine Brown The key to the Brescia casket. Typology and the Early Christian imaginationda
3877Articolx-bar1.3Barnes, Jonathan The Law of Contradictionda
3878ArticolX-lew2.1Lewry, OsmundThe liber sex principiorum, a supposedly porretanean work a study in ascriptionda
3879CarteANC1.2d'Ancona, Cristina (ed.)The Libraries of the Neoplatonistsda
3880CarteLON2.1Long, R. James; O'Carroll, MauraThe Life and Works of Richard Fishacre, OPda
3881ArticolX-hoe1.1Hoenen, M. J. F. MThe literary reception of Thomas Aquinas' view on the provability of the Eternity of the world in de la mares correctorium (1278 9) and the correctoria corruptorii (1279 ca 1286)da
3882Articolx-sol2.1Solon, T.P.M. The Logic of Aquinas' Tertia Viada
3883CarteMAN6.1Manekin, Charles H.The Logic of Gersonides. A Translation of Sefer ha-Heqqesh ha-Yashar (the Book of the correct syllogism) of Rabbi Levi ben Gershomda
3884Articolx-swe1.1Swenson, David F. The Logical Significance of the Paradoxes of Zenoda
3885CartePEA1.1Peacock, JohnThe Look of Van Dyck : the Self-Portrait with a Sunflower and the Vision of the Painterda
3886ArticolX-ned1.1Nederman, Cary J.The meaning of "Aristotelianism" in Medieval Moral and Political Thought da
3887CarteKOO1.1Kooper, Erik; Levelt, SjoerdThe Medieval Chronicle IXda
3888CarteGIR4.1Giraud, Eleonor J.; Leitmeir, Christian Thomas (eds.)The Medieval Dominicans : books, buildings, music, and liturgynu
3889CarteSPA1.1Spade, Paul VincentThe medieval liar: a catalogue of the insolubilia-literatureda
3890CarteCRO5.1Cross, RichardThe metaphysics of christology in the late middle ages : William of Ockham to Gabriel Bielnu
3891CarteART3.1Artz, Frederick B.The mind of the Middle Agesda
3892CarteSPI3.1Spijker, Ienje van 'tThe multiple meaning of scripture: the role of exegesis in early-Christian and medieval culturenu
3893CarteROG1.2Rogers, KathrinThe neoplatonic metaphisics and epistemology of Anselm of Canterburyda
3894CarteBIB3.1Coogan, Michael David; Brettler, Marc Zvi ; Newsom, Carol Ann (eds.)The new Oxford annotated Bibleda
3895ArticolX-sch5.12Schabel C.The Nicosia Franciscans vs. The Chapter of Nicosia Cathedralda
3896ArticolX-hil1.1Hildegard von BingenThe Origin of Fire, Music and Visions of Hildegard von Bingenda
3897CarteHAC1.1Hackett, M.B.The Original Statutes of Cambridge Universityda
3898Articolx-kin2.1McKinney, Ronald H.The Origins of Modern DIalecticsda
3899ArticolX-dod1.1Dodds, E.R. The Parmenides of Plato and the origin of the neoplatonic" One"da
3900CarteCLE2.1Cleary, John J.The perennial tradition of Neoplatonismda