We are delighted to announce that, as of 1 March 2019, titles published by EDITIONES SCHOLASTICAE are available through Eurospan worldwide excluding Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

During the last few decades the interest in scholastic philosophy has grown. In particular, analytic philosophers have been inspired by the strong argumentative method of scholastic philosophy. In 2011 Editiones Scholasticae was founded, dedicated to publishing in this burgeoning field in three areas:

  • - New publications on scholastic philosophy in both English and German.
  • - Reprints of excellent scholastics books first published in the 19th and 20th centuries in German and English.
  • - Translations of classical French and English scholastic books.

                     

Aristotle’s Revenge
The Metaphysical Foundations of Physical and Biological Science
Edward Feser
Jan 2019 515pp
9783868382006 Paperback
Among the many topics covered in this important new book are the metaphysical presuppositions of scientific method; the status of scientific realism; the metaphysics of space and time; the metaphysics of quantum mechanics; reductionism in chemistry and biology; the metaphysics of evolution; and neuroscientific reductionism. It brings contemporary philosophy and science into dialogue with the Aristotelian tradition.

Bestseller
Scholastic Metaphysics
A Contemporary Introduction
Edward Feser
2014 320pp
9783868385441 Paperback
Provides an overview of scholastic approaches to causation, substance, essence, modality, identity, persistence, teleology, and other issues in fundamental metaphysics. The book interacts heavily with the literature on these issues in contemporary analytic metaphysics, so as to facilitate the analytic reader’s understanding of scholastic ideas and the reader’s understanding of contemporary analytic philosophy.

Bestseller
Una Veritas
The ‘Inclusive’ Definition of Truth as a Proof for the Existence of God
Edited by Claudio Pierantoni
2018 345pp
9783868382105 Hardback
Proposes a new proof of the existence of God, based on a development of elements found in patristic and scholastic philosophical tradition, in particular that of St Augustine, St Anselm and St Thomas Aquinas.