There is a new collection of essays from Cambridge University Press titled Aquinas’s ‘Disputed Questions on Evil’: A Critical Guide.
Chapters and contributors include:
- Metaphysical Themes in De malo, 1 John F. Wippel
- Weakness and Willful Wrongdoing in Aquinas’s De malo Bonnie Kent and Ashley Dressel
- Free Choice Tobias Hoffmann and Peter Furlong
- Venial Sin and the Ultimate End Steven J. Jensen
- The Promise and Pitfalls of Glory: Aquinas on the Forgotten Vice of Vainglory Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung
- The Goodness and Evil of Objects and Ends Thomas M. Osborne, Jr
- Evil and Moral Failure in De malo Carl N. Still and Darren E. Dahl
- Attention, Intentionality, and Mind-reading in Aquinas’s De malo, q. 16, a. 8 Therese Scarpelli Cory
- Evil as Privation: The Neoplatonic Background to Aquinas’s De malo, 1 Fran O’Rourke
- Moral Luck and the Capital Vices in De malo: Gluttony and Lust M. V. Dougherty
From the Publisher's blurb:
This collection of ten, specially commissioned new essays, the first book-length English-language study of Disputed Questions on Evil, examines the most interesting and philosophically relevant aspects of Aquinas’s work, highlighting what is distinctive about it and situating it in relation not only to Aquinas’s other works but also to contemporary philosophical debates in metaphysics, ethics, and philosophy of action. The essays also explore the history of the work’s interpretation.
Publisher’s page is here.