327. Michele Trizio on Byzantine and Latin Medieval Philosophy
The series on Byzantium concludes as guest Michele Trizio discusses the mutual influence of Byzantium and Latin Christendom.
• M. Trizio, “Byzantine Philosophy as a Contemporary Historiographical Project,” Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales 74 (2007), 247-94.
• M. Trizio, “Neoplatonic Source-Material in Eustratios of Nicaea’s Commentary on Book VI of the Nicomachean Ethics,” in C. Barber and D. Jenkins (eds), Medieval Greek Commentaries on the Nicomachean Ethics (Leiden: 2009), 71-109.
• M. Trizio, “From Anna Komnene to Dante: The Byzantine Roots of Western Debates on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics,” in J.M. Ziolkowski (ed.), Dante and the Greeks (Washington DC: 2014), 105-40.
• M. Trizio, Il neoplatonismo di Eustrazio di Nicea (Bari: 2016).
• M. Trizio, “Reading and Commenting on Aristotle,” in A. Kaldellis and N. Siniossoglou (eds), The Cambridge Intellectual History of Byzantium (Cambridge: 2017), 397-412.
• M. Trizio, “Byzantine interpretations of NE 6.5.1140b17-18,” in J. Fink (ed.), Phantasia in Aristotle's Ethics Reception in the Arabic, Greek, Hebrew and Latin Traditions (London: 2019), 65-77.