Prof. Dr. Cecilia Trifogli

University of Oxford

 

 

Curriculum vitae
She graduated in Philosophy at the University of Pisa in 1986 and in Mathematics in 1995. From 1994 to 1996 she had an Alexander von Humboldt research fellowship at the Thomas-Institut, University of Cologne. In 1997 she started a doctoral program in Mathematics at the University of Milan and she got the doctorate in 2001. Since October 1999 she teaches Medieval Philosophy at the University of Oxford and was promoted Professor of Medieval Philosophy in 2008. She is President of the 'Aristoteles Latinus' Commission of the SIEPM and Chairman of the British Academy Committee for the Edition of British Medieval Texts. Her main research field is the reception of Aristotle's philosophy in the Latin Middle Ages, in particular natural philosophy, metaphysics, epistemology.  
   
Publikationen
Oxford Physics in the XIIIth Century (ca. 1250-1270): Motion, Infinity, Place and Time, Brill, Leiden 2000;
"Averroes's Doctrine of Time and Its Reception in the Scholastic Debate", in: The Medieval Concept of Time , ed. by P. Porro, Brill, Leiden, 2001, p. 57-82;
L. O. Nielsen, T. B. Noone, C. Trifogli, Thomas Wylton's Question on the Formal Distinction as Applied to the Divine , "Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale", XIV (2003), p. 327-388;
Liber Tertius Physicorum Aristotelis, Repertorio delle Questioni, Commenti Inglesi ca. 1250-1270 , Sismel, Firenze, 2004;
Duns Scotus and the Medieval Debate about the Continuum , "Medioevo", 29 (2004), p. 233-266;
L.O. Nielsen, C. Trifogli, Questions on the Beatific Vision by Thomas Wylton and Sibert of Beka, "Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale", XVII (2006), p. 511-584;
Thomas Wylton on Final Causality, in: Erfahrung und Beweis. Die Wissenschaften von der Natur im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert , eds. A. Fidora, M. Lutz-Bachmann, Akademie Verlag Berlin 2007, p. 249-264;
Liber Quartus Physicorum Aristotelis, Repertorio delle Questioni, Commenti Inglesi ca. 1250-1270 , Sismel, Firenze 2007;
CD-Rom edition of the Latin text of the Questions on Books III and IV of Aristotle's Physics in the English Commentaries of years 1250-1270, Sismel, Firenze 2007;
The Quodlibet of Thomas Wylton, in: Theological Quodlibeta in the Middle Ages, The Fourteenth Century , ed. C. Schabel, Brill, Leiden 2007, p. 231-266.