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Gyula Klima is a medieval scholar. He is currently professor of philosophy at Fordham University.

Books

  • Klima, G. (contracted) Medieval Philosophy: A Systematic Survey for the 21st Century, Continuum Publishers
  • Klima, G. (ed.) (contracted) Intentionality, Cognition and Mental Representation in Medieval Philosophy, Fordham University Press
  • Klima, G. (in press) John Buridan, Oxford University Press
  • Klima, G. (2007) Medieval Philosophy: Essential Readings with Commentary, Blackwell Publishers, 2007
  • Klima, G. (2001) John Buridan: Summulae de Dialectica, an annotated translation with a philosophical introduction; New Haven: Yale University Press
  • Klima, G. (1990) Aquinói Szent Tamás a létezőről és a lényegről (Saint Thomas Aquinas on Being and Essence), Budapest: Helikon
  • Klima, G. (1988) ARS ARTIUM: Essays in Philosophical Semantics, Medieval and Modern, Budapest: Institute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Translation

  • Josephus Blancanus, De Mathematicarum Natura Dissertatio (A Treatise on the Nature of Mathematics), in: Mancosu, P.: Philosophy of Mathematics and Mathematical Practice in the Seventeenth Century, Oxford University Press: Oxford-New York, 1996, pp. 178-212.

Research Papers

  • Klima, G. (in press) “Nominalist Semantics”, The Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy, ed. R. Pasnau, Cambridge university Press
  • Klima, G. (in press) “The Anti-Skepticism of John Buridan and Thomas Aquinas: Putting Skeptics in Their Place vs. Stopping Them in Their Tracks”, in: Lagerlund, H. Rethinking the History of Skepticism, Brill Publishers
  • Klima, G. (in press) “The “Grammar” of ‘God’ and ‘Being’: Making Sense of Talking about the One True God in Different Metaphysical Traditions”, in D. Z. Phillips (ed.), Whose God? Which Tradition?, Ashgate Publishing Company
  • Klima, G. (in press) “Logic without Truth: John Buridan on the Liar”, in: Shahid Rahman (ed.), Unity, Truth and the Liar: The Modern Relevance of Medieval Solutions to the Liar Paradox, Logic, Epistemology and the Unity of Science, Springer Publishing Company
  • Klima, G. (in press) “John Buridan”, in: T. Hockey (ed.), Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers, Kluwer Academic Press
  • Klima, G. (in press) “Giles of Rome”, in: T. Hockey (ed.), Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers, Kluwer Academic Press
  • Klima, G. (2007) “The Nominalist Semantics of Ockham and Buridan: A Rational Reconstruction”, Gabbay, D. – Woods, J. (eds.) Handbook of the History of Logic, Elsevier Publishers, 2007, pp. 389-431.
  • Klima, G. (2007) “Thomistic ‘Monism’ vs. Cartesian ‘Dualism’”, Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy, 10(2007), pp. 92-112.
  • Klima, G. (2006) “The Universality of Logic and the Primacy of Mental Language in the Nominalist Philosophy of Logic of John Buridan”, Mediaevalia Philosophica Polonorum, 35(2006), pp. 167-177.
  • Klima, G. (2006) “Intentional Transfer in Averroes, Indifference of Nature in Avicenna, and the Representationalism of Aquinas”, Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, Volume 5(2005), pp. 33-37, [1]
  • Klima, G. (2006) “Thomas Sutton on Individuation”, Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, Volume 5(2005), pp. 70-78.

[2]

  • Klima, G. (2005) “Syncategoremata”, in: Elsevier’s Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd Ed. Edited by Keith Brown, Elsevier: Oxford, 2006, vol. 12, pp. 353-356.
  • Klima, G. (2005) “Nominalism”, in: Elsevier’s Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd Ed. Edited by Keith Brown, Elsevier: Oxford, 2006, vol. 8, pp. 648-652.
  • Klima, G. (2005) “The Essentialist Nominalism of John Buridan”, The Review of Metaphysics, 58(2005), pp. 301-315.
  • Klima, G. (2005) “Quine, Wyman, and Buridan: Three Approaches to Ontological Commitment”, in Korean Journal of Logic, 8(2005), pp. 1-22.
  • Klima, G. “Tradition and Innovation in Medieval Theories of Mental Representation”, Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, [3], 4(2004), pp. 4-11.
  • Klima, G. “The Demonic Temptations of Medieval Nominalism: Mental Representation and ‘Demon Skepticism’”, Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, [4], 4(2004), pp. 37-44.
  • Klima, G. (2004) “Form, Metaphysical, in Ancient and Medieval Thought”, in: Maryanne Cline Horowitz, (ed.), New Dictionary of History of Ideas, Detroit: Charles Scribner’s Sons, pp. 835-837.
  • Klima, G. (2004) “John Buridan and the Force-Content Distinction”, in: Maierú, A. – Valente, L. (eds.) Medieval Theories On Assertive and Non-Assertive Language, Acts of the 14th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Rome: Olschi, 2004, pp. 415-427.
  • Klima, G. (2004) “John Buridan on the Acquisition of Simple Substantial Concepts”, in John Buridan and Beyond: Topics in the Language Sciences 1300-1700, eds. R. L. Friedmann – S. Ebbesen, Copenhagen: The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 2004, pp. 17-32.
  • Klima, G. (2004) “Consequences of a Closed, Token-Based Semantics: The Case of John Buridan”, History and Philosophy of Logic, 25(2004), pp. 95-110.
  • Klima, G. (2003) “Natures: The Problem of Universals”, in: S. McGrade (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Philosophy, Cambridge University Press, pp. 196-207.
  • Klima, G. (2003) “Teleológia, intencionalitás, naturalizmus” (“Teleology, intentionality, naturalism”, in Hungarian), in: K. Farkas,– I. Orthmayr (eds.), Bölcselet és analízis (Philosophy and Analysis), Budapest: ELTE Eötvös Kiadó, pp. 259-269.
  • Klima, G. (2003) “Conceptual Closure in Anselm’s Proof: Reply to Tony Roark”, History and Philosophy of Logic, 24 (2003), pp. 131–134.
  • Klima, G. (2003) “John Buridan”, in: J. Gracia and T. Noone (eds.), A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages, Blackwell, pp. 340-48.
  • Klima, G. (2003) “Peter of Spain, the author of the Summulae”, in: J. Gracia and T. Noone (eds.), Blackwell’s Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages, Blackwell, pp. 526-31.
  • Klima, G. (2003) “Thomas of Sutton”, in: J. Gracia and T. Noone (eds.), Blackwell’s Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages, Blackwell, pp. 664-65.
  • Klima, G. (2002) “Thomas Sutton and Henry of Ghent on the Analogy of Being”, Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, [5], 2(2002), pp. 34-44.
  • Klima, G. (2002) “Man = Body + Soul: Aquinas’s Arithmetic of Human Nature”, in: B. Davies (ed.), Thomas Aquinas: Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives, Oxford University Press, pp. 257-273. (Slightly revised reprint of the 1997 paper)
  • Klima, G. (2002) “Contemporary ‘Essentialism’ vs. Aristotelian Essentialism”, in: J. Haldane, (ed.), Mind, Metaphysics, and Value in the Thomistic and Analytic Traditions, Notre Dame, pp. 175-194.
  • Klima, G. (2002) “Aquinas’ Theory of the Copula and the Analogy of Being”, Logical Analysis and History of Philosophy, 5(2002), pp. 159-176.
  • Klima, G. (2001) “On whether id quo nihil maius cogitari potest is in the understanding”, Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, [6], 1(2001), pp. 70-80.
  • Klima, G. (2001) “Aquinas’ Proofs of the Immateriality of the Intellect from the Universality of Thought”, Proceedings of the Society for Medieval Logic and Metaphysics, [7], 1(2001), pp. 19-28. (See also Bob Pasnau’s comments and my rejoinder in the same volume, pp. 29-36 and pp. 37-44, respectively.)
  • Klima, G. (2001) “Existence and Reference in Medieval Logic”, in: A. Hieke – E. Morscher (eds.): New Essays in Free Logic, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001, pp. 197-226.
  • Klima, G. (2001) “Buridan’s Theory of Definitions in his Scientific Practice”, in: J. M. M. H. Thijssen – J. Zupko, The Metaphysics and Natural Philosophy of John Buridan, E. J. Brill Publishers, Leiden, pp. 29-48.
  • Klima, G. (2001) “Thomas of Sutton on the Nature of the Intellective Soul and the Thomistic Theory of Being”, Aertsen, J. et al. (eds.), Nach der Verurteilung von 1277. Philosophie und Theologie an der Universität von Paris im letzten Viertel des 13. Jahrhunderts, Studien und Texte (Miscellanea Mediaevalia 28), Walter de Gruyter, Berlin-New York 2001, pp. 436-455.
  • Klima, G. with Borbély, G. (2000) “Dialektikus disputa az értelem egységének skolasztikus kérdéséről” (A dialectical disputation on the scholastic question of the unity of the intellect), Magyar Filozófiai Szemle, 4/6(2006), [8]
  • Klima, G. (2000) “The Medieval Problem of Universals”, in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2000 Edition), E. N. Zalta (ed.), [9]
  • Klima, G. (2000) “Saint Anselm’s Proof: A Problem of Reference, Intentional Identity and Mutual Understanding”, in: G. Hintikka (ed.): Medieval Philosophy and Modern Times, Proceedings of “Medieval and Modern Philosophy of Religion”, Boston University, August 25-27, 1992; Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 69-88.
  • Klima, G. (2000) “Aquinas on One and Many”, Documenti e Studi sulla Tradizione Filosofica Medievale, 11(2000), pp. 195-215.
  • Klima, G. (1999) “Ockham’s Semantics and Ontology of the Categories”, Spade, P. V. (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Ockham, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 118-1#
  • Klima, G. (1999) “Buridan’s Logic and the Ontology of Modes”, in: Ebbesen, S. – Friedman, R. L. (eds.), Medieval Analyses in Language and Cognition, Copenhagen: The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, 1999, pp. 473-495.
  • Klima, G. (1998) “Ancilla Theologiae vs. Domina Philosophorum: Thomas Aquinas, Latin Averroism, and the Autonomy of Philosophy”, in: Aertsen, J. – Speer, A. (eds.), What is Philosophy in the Middle Ages? Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy (SIEPM), Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 393-402.
  • Klima, G. (1997) “Man = Body + Soul: Aquinas’s Arithmetic of Human Nature”, Koistinen, T. – Lehtonen, T. (eds.), Philosophical Studies in Religion, Metaphysics, and Ethics., Helsinki: Luther-Agricola-Society, 1997, pp. 179-197.
  • Klima, G. (1996) “The Semantic Principles Underlying Saint Thomas Aquinas’s Metaphysics of Being”, Medieval Philosophy and Theology, 5(1996), pp. 87-141.
  • Klima, G. (1994) “Szent Tamás és a Démon” (Saint Thomas and the Demon), in Altrichter, F. – Szécsényi, T. (ed.), A filozófiai realizmus védhetősége (The Defensibility of Philosophical Realism), Budapest: University of Budapest, pp. 180-212.
  • Klima, G. (1993) “The Changing Role of Entia Rationis in Medieval Philosophy: A Comparative Study with a Reconstruction”, Synthese 96(1993), pp. 25-59.
  • Klima, G. (1993) “Nomina nuda tenemus”, Vigilia, 58(1993), pp. 680-684.
  • Klima, G. (1993) “‘Socrates est species’: Logic, Metaphysics and Psychology in St. Thomas Aquinas’ Treatment of a Paralogism”, in Jacobi, K. (ed.) Argumentationstheorie: Scholastische Forschungen zu den logischen und semantischen Regeln korrekten Folgerns, Brill: Leiden, the Netherlands, pp. 489-504.
  • Klima, G. (1993) “‘Debeo tibi equum’: A Reconstruction of Buridan’s Treatment of the Sophisma”, in Read, S.L. (ed.), Sophisms in Medieval Logic and Grammar: Acts of the 9th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1993. pp. 333-347; reprinted in: Neumer, K. – Voigt, V. (eds.), Semiotics and Philosophy of Language in Hungary, S - European Journal for Semiotic Studies , Vol. 4. No. 1-2. Vienna, pp. 141-159.
  • Klima, G. (1992) “Az angyali metafizika ördögi buktatói” (The Devilish Tripwires of the Angelic Doctor’s Metaphysics: A Rejoinder), BUKSZ (Budapest Review of Books), 4(1992), pp. 413-418.
  • Klima, G. (1991) “Ontological Alternatives vs. Alternative Semantics in Medieval Philosophy”, in: J. Bernard: Logical Semiotics, S - European Journal for Semiotic Studies, Vol. 3. No. 4,Vienna, pp. 587-618.
  • Klima, G. (1991) “Latin as a Formal Language: Outlines of a Buridanian Semantics”, Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin, Copenhagen, 61, pp. 78-106.
  • Klima, G. (1990) with Sandu, G. “Numerical Quantifiers in Game-Theoretical Semantics”, Theoria, 56, pp. 173-192.
  • Klima, G. (1990) “Understanding Matters from a Logical Angle: Logical Aspects of Understanding”, Annales Universitatis Budapestinensis, Sectio Philosophica et Sociologica, 22-23, pp. 37-62.
  • Klima, G. (1990) “On Being and Essence in St. Thomas Aquinas’s Metaphysics and Philosophy of Science”, S. Knuuttila - R. Työrinoja - S. Ebbesen (eds.): Knowledge And The Sciences In Medieval Philosophy: Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Medieval Philosophy (S.I.E.P.M.), Helsinki 24-29 August 1987, Vol. II, Publications of Luther-Agricola Society Series B 19, Helsinki, pp. 210-221.
  • Klima, G. (1990) “Approaching Natural Language via Medieval Logic”, in: J. Bernard-J. Kelemen: Zeichen, Denken, Praxis, Institut fur Sozio-Semiotische Studien: Vienna, pp. 249-267.
  • Klima, G. (1988) “Modernorum ‘Logica Modernorum’“, in Pólos, L. (ed.), Intensional Logic, History of Philosophy, and Methodology: To Imre Ruzsa on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, Budapest, pp. 159-175.
  • Klima, G. (1987) with Bellér, J. “A bírói lelkiismeret dilemmái a keső-középkori jogtudományban”, (Dilemmas of Conscience of the Judge in Late Medieval Jurisprudence) Magyar Jogtörténeti Szemle, 1, pp. 3-13.
  • Klima, G. (1987) “Understanding Matters from a Logical Angle: Logical Aspects of Understanding”, Semiotische Bericthe-Doxa (joint issue), 3-4/11, pp. 101-125.
  • Klima, G. (1987) “Über die natürliche Theologie von Anton Schütz” (On the Natural Theology of Anton Schütz), Doxa, 11, pp. 52-65.
  • Klima, G. (1987) “Existence, Quantification and the Medieval Theory of Ampliation”, Doxa, 9, pp. 83-112.
  • Klima, G. (1987) “Aquinói Tamás a természet princípiumairól”, (Thomas Aquinas on the Principles of Nature) Magyar Filozófiai Szemle, 31, pp. 41-80.
  • Klima, G. (1986) with Bodnár, I. and Ruzsa, F. “Parmenidész igazolása”, (Justifying Parmenides) Magyar Filozófiai Szemle, 30, pp. 285-298.
  • Klima, G. (1986) “Modernorum ‘Logica Modernorum’”, Tertium Non Datur, 2, pp. 177-197.
  • Klima, G. (1984) “Libellus pro Sapiente: A Criticism of Allan Bäck’s Argument against St. Thomas Aquinas’ Theory of the Incarnation”, The New Scholasticism, 58, pp. 207-219.
  • Klima, G. (1984) “Aquinói Tamás a szépről”, (Thomas Aquinas on Beauty) Magyar Filozófiai Szemle, 28, pp. 454-473.
  • Klima, G. (1984) “Aquinói Tamás a szavak jelentéséről”, (Thomas Aquinas on the Meaning of Words) Magyar Filozófiai Szemle, 28, pp. 298-312.
  • Klima, G. (1983) “Szent Anzelm és az ontológiai istenérv”, (Saint Anselm and the Ontological Proof of God’s Existence) Világosság, 24, pp. 3-9.
  • Klima, G. (1981) “Az Öt Út: Aquinói Szent Tamás istenbizonyítékai”, (The Five Ways: Saint Thomas Aquinas’ Proofs for God’s Existence) Világosság, 22, pp. 1-3.

Review Articles

  • Klima, G. (2004) “On Kenny on Aquinas on Being: A critical review of Aquinas on Being by Anthony Kenny, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Pp. x + 212. $45.00”, feature review in International Philosophical Quarterly, 44(2004), pp. 567-580.
  • Klima, G. (2003) “Review of Matthew of Orléans: Sophistaria Sive Summa Communium Distinctionum Circa Sophismata Accidentium”, Journal of the History of Philosophy, 41(2003), pp. 272-274.
  • Klima, G. (2002) “Review of C. Panaccio: Le discours intérieur de Platon à Guillaume d’Ockham”, History and Philosophy of Logic, 23(2002), pp. 71-73.
  • Klima, G. (1998) “Review of A. Kenny: Aquinas on Mind,” New York: Routledge, 1995, in Faith and Philosophy, 15(1998), pp. 113-117.
  • Klima, G. (1998) “What can a scholastic do in the 21st century?” (Review of essays of K. Vidrányi), BUKSZ (Budapest Review of Books), 7(1998), pp. 167-169.
  • Klima, G. (1985) “Paradigmák és valóság” (Paradigms and reality – review of the Hungarian translation of T. S. Kuhn: The Structure of Scientific Revolutions – A tudományos forradalmak szerkezete, Budapest: Gondolat, 1984), Világosság 26(1985), pp. 49-51.
  • Klima, G. (1983) “Review of Eva Picardi: Assertibility and Truth – a Study of Fregean Themes”, Bologna, 1981, in Magyar Filozófiai Szemle, pp. 303-305.

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