Doctor Angelicus 5 (2005) is out

There’s something for everyone in David Berger’s wonderful, multi-language journal, Doctor Angelicus. This year’s volume is now available (volume 5 [2005]). You can see the journal’s web site here. Make sure to check out its valuable run-down of the year 2004’s thomistic bibliography. Here is its table of contents:


  • Jörgen Vijgen, "Die heutige Autorität des hl. Thomas von Aquin im Lichte der Tradition" (pp. 7-54)
  • Leo Elders s.v.d., "The Doctrine of Being of St. Thomas Aquinas" (pp. 55-74)
  • Christian Ferraro v.e., "La conoscenza dell’ens e dell’esse dalla prospettiva del tomismo essenziale" (pp. 75-108)
  • Roman Cardal, "Die Dynamik des intellektuellen Lebens und die Rehabilitation der Metaphysik" (pp. 109-126)
  • Brunero Gherardini, "L’uomo in San Tommaso" (pp. 127-132)
  • Manuel Ocampo Ponce, "Algunas reflexiones sobre la ciencia y la técnica a la luz del pensiamento de Santo Tomás de Aquino" (pp. 133-152)
  • Davide Venturini, "Beatitudo, bonum commune und lex bei Thomas von Aquin" (pp. 153-164)
  • Mario Coccia, "Credit Where Credit is Due: St. Thomas Aquinas versus Peter Lombard on the True Nature of Charity" (pp. 165-178)
  • Uwe Michael Lang, "The Controversies over Chalcedon and the Beginnings of Scholastic Theology: The Case of John Philoponus" (pp. 179-196)
  • Jörgen Vijgen, "The Future of Cornelio Fabro’s Legacy" (pp. 197-204)
  • David Berger, "Thomas Rusters These vom ‘verwechselbaren Gott’ aus thomistischer Perspektive" (pp. 205-220)


  • Thomas Marschler: Jörgen Vijgen (ed.), Indubitanter ad veritatem. Studies offered to Leo J. Elders SVD in Honor of the Golden Jubilee of his Ordination to the Priesthood (pp. 221-223)
  • Jörgen Vijgen: Ralph M. McInerny, Aquinas (pp. 223-224)
  • David Berger: Ludovicus Carbo a Costaciario, Compendium absolutissimum totius Summae Theologiae D. Thomae Aquinatis (pp. 224-227) / John of St. Thomas, Introduction to the Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas (pp. 227-231) /Paulus Engelhardt, Thomas von Aquin. Wegweisung in sein Werk (231-233) / Benedikt Ritzler, Freiheit in der Umarmung des ewig Liebenden. Die historische Entwicklung des Personverständnisses bei Jacques Maritain (pp. 233-236)
  • Enrique Alarcón – David Berger – Jörgen Vijgen: "Bibliographia Thomistica 2004" (pp. 237-314)

Happy reading.

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Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an associate professor of Theology at Marquette University, and founded on Squarespace in November of 2004. He studied with James Weisheipl, Leonard Boyle, Walter Principe, and Lawrence Dewan, at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto, Canada).