Vernacular Aristotelianism - Publications

Vernacular Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy – Warburg Institute project description

The most substantial published outcome of the project is:

The Vernacular Aristotelianism in Renaissance Italy Database (VARI 2.0)

compiled by Eugenio Refini, David Lines and Bryan Brazeau

Publications in print (date of last update: 12 April 2018)

  • Venezia e Aristotele (ca. 1450-ca. 1600): greco, latino e italiano / Venice and Aristotle (c. 1450-c. 1600): From Greek and Latin to the Vernacular, ed. Alessio Cotugno and David A. Lines, Venice (Marcianum Press) 2016
    — A short description of this volume is provided on the Marcianum Press website 
  • Grace Allen, ‘Vernacular Encounters with Aristotle’s Politics in Italy, 1260-1600’, Ph.D. thesis, Warburg Institute 2015
  • ‘Aristotele fatto volgare’: tradizione aristotelica e cultura volgare nel Rinascimento, ed. David A. Lines and Eugenio Refini, Pisa (Edizioni ETS) 2014. This volume represents the proceedings of the colloquium ‘“Aristotele fatto volgare”: Aristotelian Philosophy and the Vernacular in the Renaissance‘, held at the Scuola normale superiore di Pisa in September 2012
    — A description of this volume is provided on the Edizioni ETS website