Assorted CFPs and Conferences

Studia Philosophica Estonica plans a special issue on “Ontological Priority and Essence in Aristotle and Aristotelian Metaphysics.” Submission deadline is June 30, 2014.

The Universidad Diego Portales (Santiago, Chile) is hosting a conference on “The History of Philosophy as the History of Anti-Aristotelianism,” ranging from the fourteenth century down to German idealism. The conference is August 12-14, 2014. Proposals are due before April 15.  See details here.

The British Society for the History of Philosophy’s 2015 conference will run April 9-April 11, at the University of York. The deadline for submissions is June 1, 2014. See details here.

The Marquette Chapter of the Aquinas and the ‘Arabs’ International Working Group will be holding its second annual online graduate student conference on March 13-14, 2014.

The annual Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions conference is at Marquette this year, June 11-13, 2014. The submission deadline is March 15, 2014. Details here.

The 9th annual Thomistic Seminar for graduate students is on “Aquinas, Christianity, and Metaphysics.” An impressive cast of scholars will be leading the week-long seminar, which is scheduled for August 3-9, 2014, at the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton. The application deadline is March 15, 2014. See details here.

 

 

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Correcteur Orthographique de Latin

Have you been hoping for a Latin spell-check tool that can be used with Word documents? Now there is one, thanks to Philippe BASCIANO-LE GALL and Marjorie BURGHART.

I’ve tried it out, and it works quite well. The instructions for installation and use are not as complete as they might be (and are in Latin!), but it’s not terribly difficult to figure out how to get it working.

Details here.

Aquinas Opera Omnia

For a few years now, an organization based in Wyoming that calls itself the Aquinas Institute has been at work on the Herculean task of publishing the complete works of Thomas Aquinas in a bilingual Latin-English edition. So far, they’ve published all of the Summa theologiae, as well as the commentaries on Matthew and John and Paul’s epistles. This is, I have to say, pretty cool.

If you go to their website, you’ll see that they are asking people to choose in advance (and pay in advance) for the volumes they would like to see printed next. So check it out, and consider supporting their cause.