206. Eileen Sweeney on Anselm
Anselm expert Eileen Sweeney discusses his approach to philosophy and the devotional aspect of his works.
• E. Sweeney, Anselm of Canterbury and the Desire for the Word (Washington DC: 2012).
• E. Sweeney, “Anselm and the Phenomenology of the Gift in Marcel, Sartre and Marion,” in G.E.M. Gaspar and I. Logan (eds), Saint Anselm of Canterbury and His Legacy (Toronto: 2012), 385-404.
•E. Sweeney, "The Problem of Philosophy and Theology in Anselm of Canterbury," in K. Emery and R. Friedman (eds), Medieval Philosophy and Theology in the Long Middle Ages (Leiden: 2011), 487-514.
• E. Sweeney, Logic, Theology and Poetry in Boethius, Abelard, and Alan of Lille: Words in the Absence of Things (New York: 2006).
• E. Sweeney, "Rewriting the Narrative of Scripture: 12th Century Debates Over Reason and Theological Form," Medieval Philosophy and Theology 3 (1993), 1-34.