- Congratulations to Joseph Stenberg (CU-Boulder), who has won the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly‘s 2015 Rising Scholar Award. The paper, “Aquinas on the Relationship between the Vision and Delight in Perfect Happiness,” will appear in the ACPQ’s Fall 2016 issue.
- Congratulations as well to Jacob Tuttle (a Purdue PhD, on a postdoc at Loyola Marymount) for winning the Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy‘s Founders Award. The paper, “Suárez’s Non-Reductive Theory of Efficient Causation,” will appear in Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy volume 4 (2016).
On the subject of Suárez on causality, there’s an interesting new exchange at The Mod Squad between Sydney Penner and Stephan Schmid, regarding Schmid’s recent paper, “Finality without Final Causes? – Suárez’s Account of Natural Teleology” (Ergo 2015). If you start with the most recent post, you’ll find links to the earlier posts.