Christophe Erismann

  • Theological Dispute, Logical Arguments: On Photios´ use of syllogisms against the Filioque in the Mystagogia, in: A. Bucossi et A. Calia (eds), Contra Latinos et Adversus Graecos: The separation between Rome and Constantinople from the 9th to the 15th century. Louvain, Peeters, in press.

  • Ontologie et logique à Byzance. Photius Ier de Constantinople et la distinction entre les termes ‘homme’ et ‘humanité’, in: Les Études Philosophiques , 2018, in press.

  • Nicephorus I of Constantinople, Aristotelian Logic and the Cross, in: M. Knežević, Aristotle in Byzantium. Sebastian Press, Center for Hellenic Studies in Podgorica, 2018, in press.

  • On the Significance of the Manuscript Parisinus graecus 437. The Corpus Dionysiacum, Iconoclasm, and Byzantine-Carolingian Relations, in: F. Daim, C. Gastgeber, D. Heher, C. Rapp, (eds), Menschen, Bilder, Sprache, Dinge. Wege der Kommunikation zwischen Byzanz und dem Westen. Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz, 2018, 95-101.

  • Meletius Monachus on individuality: a ninth-century Byzantine medical reading of Porphyry's Logic, in: Byzantinische Zeitschrift 110.1 (2017) 37-60.

  • Theodore the Studite and Photius on the Humanity of Christ. A neglected Byzantine Discussion on Universals in the Time of Iconoclasm, in: Dumbarton Oaks Papers 71 (2017) 175-192.

  • Logic in Byzantium, in: A. Kaldellis, N. Siniossoglou (eds), in: The Cambridge Intellectual History of Byzantium, 2017, 362-380.

  • Between Greek and Latin: Eriugena on logic, in: A. Guiu, S. Lahey (eds), The Brill Companion to Eriugena, 2017, in press.

  • Venerating Likeness: Byzantine Iconophile Thinkers on Aristotelian Relatives and their Simultaneity, in: British Journal for the History of Philosophy 24/3 (2016) 405-425.

Dirk Krausmüller

  • Theology and Philosophy in the Late Patristic Discourse: Existence, Essence and the Arbor Porphyriana, in: K. Parry (ed.), Early Christianity and Late Antique Philosophy (forthcoming).

Byron MacDougall