Englisch

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  • Davis, Charles Till, 1957, Dante and the Idea of Rome, (Oxford).
  • –––, 1984, Dante’s Italy and Other Essays, (Philadelphia).
  • Foster, Kenelm, 1977, The Two Dantes and Other Studies, (Berkeley, CA and Los Angeles).
  • –––, 1965, “Religion and Philosophy in Dante,” in The Mind of Dante, ed. Uberto Limentani (Oxford), pp. 47–78.
  • Gilson, Etienne, 1949, Dante and Philosophy, (tr. David Moore, London).
  • Iannucci, Amilcare A., “Dante’s Philosophical Canon (Inferno, 4. 130–44),” Quaderni d’italianistica, 18 (1997): 250–60.
  • –––, 2000, “Dante’s Theological Canon in the Commedia,” Italian Quarterly, 37: 51–56.
  • Kretzmann, Norman, 1997, The Metaphysics of Theism: Aquinas’s Natural Theology in ‘Summa Contra Gentiles’ I, (Oxford).
  • Minio-Paluello, Lorenzo, 1980, “Dante’s Reading of Aristotle,” in The World of Dante, ed. Cecil Grayson (Oxford), pp. 61–80.