357. David Lines on Aristotle's Ethics in the Renaissance
An interview with David Lines on the Renaissance reception of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics.
• D.A. Lines, “The Importance of Being Good: Moral Philosophy in the Italian Universities, 1300–1600,” Rinascimento 36 (1996), 139–93.
• D.A. Lines, “Faciliter Edoceri: Niccolò Tignosi and the Audience of Aristotle’s Ethics in Fifteenth-Century Florence,” Studi medievali 40 (1999), 139–68.
• D.A. Lines, “The Commentary Literature on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics in Early Renaissance Italy: Preliminary Considerations,” Traditio 54 (1999), 245–82.
• D.A. Lines, Aristotle’s Ethics in the Italian Renaissance (ca. 1300-1650): The Universities and the Problem of Moral Education (Leiden: 2002).
• D.A. Lines, “Moral Philosophy in the Universities of Medieval and Renaissance Europe,” History of Universities 20 (2005), 38–80.
• D.A. Lines, “Humanism and the Italian Universities,” in C.S. Celenza and K. Gouwens (eds), Humanism and Creativity in the Renaissance (Leiden: 2006), 327-46.
• D.A. Lines, Aristotelis Ethicorum Moralium Nicomachiorum libri X una cum ... graecorum explanationibus, Latin translation by Johannes Bernardus Felicianus, 2 vols (Stuttgart: 2006).
• D.A. Lines, “Reorganizing the Curriculum: Teaching and Learning in the University of Bologna, c.1560-c.1590,” in M. Feingold (ed.) History of Universities (Oxford: 2012), 1-59.
• D.A. Lines, ‘Aristotle’s Ethics in the Renaissance’, in J. Miller, The Reception of Aristotle’s Ethics (Cambridge: 2012), 171–93.
• D.A. Lines and S. Ebbersmayer (eds), Rethinking Virtue, Reforming Society: New Directions in Renaissance Ethics, c. 1350–1650 (Turnhout: 2013).
• D.A. Lines and E. Refini (eds), Aristotele fatto volgare: Tradizione aristotelica e cultura volgare nel Rinascimento (Pisa: 2014).
• D.A. Lines, “Defining Philosophy in Fifteenth-Century Humanism: Four Case Studies,” in A. Ossa-Richardson and M. Meserve (eds), Et Amicorum: Essays on Renaissance Humanism and Philosophy in Honour of Jill Kraye (Leiden: 2018), pp. 281–97.