Marco Toste


Lebenslauf


Since October 2015 Research fellow in the Teilprojekt A 04: Potestas, Iurisdictio und Dominium: Schwäche- und Gewaltendiskurse im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert
Doctoral Studies in the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) with the dissertation The Questiones super I-VII libros Politicorum by Peter of Auvergne. Critical Edition and Interpretative Study (c. 700 pp.), under the supervision of Prof. Tiziana Suarez-Nani
2002 M.A. in Medieval Philosophy, University of Porto, with the dissertation Funções e estratégias nos escritos proféticos do Pe. António Vieira [Functions and Strategies of the Prophetic Writings of António Vieira, SJ] (232 pp.), under the supervision of Prof. Maria Cândida Pacheco. Classification «Muito Bom» (Very Good, highest classification)
2001 Diplôme Européen d’Études Médiévales of the Fédération Internationale des Instituts D’Études Médiévales (F.I.D.E.M.), Rome
1998 Post Graduate Program in Bioethics, Portuguese Catholic University, Porto
1997 B.A. in Philosophy, University of Porto

Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Medieval and Early Modern Political Thought
  • Medieval Philosophy

Publikationen

Books

  1. Noah Dauber–Lidia Lanza–Marco Toste, The Aristotelian Commentary Tradition: A Reader in Medieval Political Thought, Washington, DC: Catholic University Press [under contract; in preparation]

Books as Editor

  1. Christoph Flüeler–Lidia Lanza–Marco Toste (eds.), Peter of Auvergne. University Master of the 13th Century (Scrinium Friburgense, 26), Berlin–München–Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015, 520 pp.
  2. Lidia Lanza–Marco Toste (eds.), Summistae: The Commentary Tradition on Thomas Aquinas’s ‘Summa Theologiae’ (16th–18th Century) [in preparation; agreement with Leuven University Press to publish in the series Ancient and Medieval Philosophy–Series 1]

Books as Associate Editor

  1. C.A.L.M.A., Compendium Auctorum Latinorum Medii Aevi, curantibus M. Lapidge, G.C. Garfagnini et C. Leonardi, adiuvantibus L. Lanza–R. Love <…> M. Toste, I.4–II.2, Firenze 2001-2005

Articles

  1. Between Self-Preservation and Self-Sacrifice: The Debate in Second Scholasticism, in: L. Lanza–M. Toste (eds.), Summistae: The Commentary Tradition on Thomas Aquinas’s ‘Summa Theologiae’ (16th–18th Century) [forthcoming]
  2. ‘Unicuique suum’. The Restitution to John of Wales, OFM of Parts of Some Mirrors for Princes Circulating in Late Medieval Portugal, in: Franciscan Studies 73 (2015)
  3. ‘Parvi flores’ and ‘Philosophia practica’: Medieval Florilegia and Their Use in Aristotelian Commentaries of the Arts Faculty, in: J. Hamesse–J. F. Meirinhos (eds.), Les ‘Auctoritates Aristotelis’, leur utilisation et leur influence chez les auteurs médiévaux (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge), Barcelona: F.I.D.E.M., 2015, pp. 73-107 [forthcoming]
  4. An Original Way of Commenting on the Fifth Book of Aristotle’s ‘Politics’: The ‘Questiones super I-VII libros Politicorum’ of Peter of Auvergne, in: C. Flüeler–L. Lanza–M. Toste (eds.), Peter of Auvergne. University Master of the 13th Century (Scrinium Friburgense, 26), Berlin–München–Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2015, pp. 321-353
  5. With Lidia Lanza, A Census of Peter of Auvergne’s Works, in the same volume of number 4, pp. 415-515
  6. With Lidia Lanza, The Commentaries on Peter Lombard’s ‘Sentences’ in Sixteenth-Century Iberian Scholasticism, in: P.W. Rosemann (ed.), Mediaeval Commentaries on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, volume 3, Leiden: Brill, 2015, pp. 416-503
  7. With Lidia Lanza, The Bridle-Maker and the Pope: The Use of Causality in John of Paris’s ‘De regia potestate et papali’ and in the Early ‘De potestate papae’ Treatises, in: C. Jones (ed.), John of Paris: Beyond Royal and Papal Power (Disputatio, 23), Turnhout: Brepols, 2015, pp. 309-360
  8. The Naturalness of Human Association in Medieval Political Thought Revisited, in: M. Van Der Lugt (ed.), La nature comme source de la morale au Moyen Âge (Micrologus’ Library 59), Firenze: SISMEL–Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2014, pp. 113-188
  9. Unjust Laws and Moral Obligation in the Sixteenth-Century Salamancan Commentaries on Thomas Aquinas’s ‘De legibus’, in: A. Culleton–R. Hofmeister Pich (eds.), Right and Nature in the First and Second Scholasticism. Acts of the XVIIth Annual Colloquium of the Société Internationale pour l’Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 15-18 September 2010 (Rencontres de Philosophie Médiévale, 16), Turnhout: Brepols, 2014, pp. 93-123
  10. The Commentaries on Aquinas’s ‘Summa Theologiae’ Ia-IIae, qq. 90-108 in Sixteenth-Century Salamanca: A Study of the Extant Manuscripts, in: Bulletin de Philosophie Médiévale 55 (2013), pp. 177-218
  11. ‘Pro patria mori’: The debate in the Medieval Aristotelian Tradition, in: Il bene comune. Forme di governo e gerarchie sociali nel basso medioevo. Atti del XLVIII convegno storico internazionale, Todi, 9-12 de Outubro de 2011 (Atti dei convegni del Centro Italiano di Studi sul Basso Medioevo–Accademia Tudertina; Nuova Serie, 25), Spoleto: CISAM, 2012, pp. 391-418
  12. The Teaching of Moral Philosophy in Sixteenth-Century Protestant Universities and Aristotle’s ‘Nicomachean Ethics’: The Case of Tübingen, in: S. Lorenz–U. Köpf–J. S. Freedman–D. R. Bauer (eds.), Tübingen: Eine Universität zwischen Scholastik und Humanismus (Tübinger Bausteine zur Landesgeschichte, 20), Ostfildern: Thorbecke, 2012, pp. 299-335
  13. ‘Specula principum Lusitaniae’. The Importance of Aristotle’s Practical Works, in: A. Musco–C. Compagno–S. D’Agostino–G. Musotto (eds.), Universalità della ragione: pluralità delle filosofie nel Medioevo. XII Congresso internazionale di filosofia medievale, Palermo, 17-22 settembre 2007 (Biblioteca dell’Officina di Studi Medievali, 14), Palermo: Oficina di Studi Medievali, 2012, volume II.1, pp. 451-458
  14. Evolution within Tradition: The Vernacular Works on Aristotle’s ‘Politics’ in Sixteenth-Century Italy, in: G. Briguglia–T. Ricklin (eds.), Thinking Politics in the Vernacular: From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance (Dokimion, 36), Fribourg: Universitätsverlag, 2011, pp. 189-211
  15. Virtue and the City: The Virtues of the Ruler and the Citizen in the Medieval Reception of the ‘Politics’, in: I. P. Bejczy–C.J. Nederman (eds.), Princely Virtues in the Middle Ages, 1200-1500, (Disputatio, 9), Turnhout: Brepols, 2007, pp. 75-98
  16. ‘Utrum felix indigeat amicis’. The Reception of the Aristotelian Theory of Friendship at the Arts Faculty of Paris, in: I. Bejczy (ed.), Virtue Ethics in the Middle Ages: Commentaries on Aristotle’s ‘Nicomachean Ethics’, 1200-1500 (Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History, 160), Leiden: Brill, 2007, pp. 173-195
  17. ‘Nobiles, optimi viri, philosophi’. The Role of the Philosopher in the Political Community at the Faculty of Arts in Paris in the Late Thirteenth Century, in: J.F. Meirinhos (ed.), Itinéraires de la raison. Études de philosophie médiévale offertes à Maria Cândida Pacheco (Textes et Études du Moyen Âge, 32), Louvain-la-Neuve: F.I.D.E.M., 2005, pp. 269-308
  18. Autores portugueses na “Bibliotheca Carmelitana” de Cosme de Villiers, in Mediaevalia. Textos e Estudos 20 (2001), pp. 107-161

Entries in Encyclopedias and Reference Works 

  1. Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy. Philosophy between 500 and 1500, ed. by H. Lagerlund, Dordrecht et al.: Springer, 2011: entry of Boethius of Dacia, co-authored with Lidia Lanza, pp. 180-185
  2. The Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages, ed. R.E. Bjork, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. The following entries: Augustinus Triumphus of Ancona; Bernard of Auvergne; Blasius of Parma; Bradwardine, Thomas; Gerard of Abbeville; Hannibaldus de Hannibaldis; James of Douais; James of Venice; Konrad von Megenberg; Martin of Dacia (Denmark); Michael of Ephesus; Nicholas of Autrecourt; Peter Dubois; Pontano, Giovanni; Ralph Brito
  3. C.A.L.M.A., Compendium Auctorum Latinorum Medii Aevi, curantibus M. Lapidge, G. C. Garfagnini et C. Leonardi, adiuvantibus L. Lanza–R. Love <…> Marco Toste, I/4, Firenze 2001. Entries of the following authors: Antonius Haneron; Antonius Laelius; Antonius Lollius de Sancto Geminiano; Antonius Nerlius; Antonius Parmensis; Antonius Marcis de Sancto Geminiano; Antonius Michaelis de Sancto Geminiano; Antonius de Scarperia (with José Meirinhos and Lidia Lanza); Antonius Ser Salvi de Sancto Geminiano; Antonius Siculus Biaxander (with Chiara Giunti); Antonius Trombetta; Athanasius Calcheopylus; Archimatthaeus; Arnaldus Albertini (with José Santos Paz); Arnaldus de Villanova (with José Santos Paz and Francesco Santi); Arnolphus de Ghestelle; Armengaudus Blasius (with José Francisco Meirinhos); Augustinus Bonfranciscus Ariminensis; Augustinus de Favaronibus de Roma; Augustinus Niphus (with Lidia Lanza)
  4. C.A.L.M.A. <…> I/5, Firenze 2002. Entries of the following authors: Augustinus Olomucensis; Augustinus Philippus Florentinus; Augustinus Ritius; Augustinus Rubeus Parmensis; Augustinus Perez de Olivan; Augustinus Tactensis; Augustinus Triumphus de Ancona; Aurelius ab Aquapendente; Aurelius Serenus; Balthasar del Rio; Balthasar Tacco; Baptista Casalius; Baptista Piasius; Baptista Pius Bononiensis; Baptista de Sancto Petro
  5. C.A.L.M.A. <…> I/6, Firenze 2003. Entries of the following authors: Bartholomaeus de Bruges; Bartholomaeus Catany; Bartholomaeus Flexerii
  6. C.A.L.M.A. <…> II/1, Firenze 2004. Entries of the following authors: Bartholomaeus de Jaslo; Bartholomaeus Mates; Bartholomaeus de Messana; Bartholomaeus Parmensis; Bartholomaeus Peyroni; Bartholomaeus de Reno; Bartholomaeus Salernitanus; Bartholomaeus de Varignana
  7. C.A.L.M.A. <…> II/2, Firenze 2005. Entries of the following authors: Belisarius Aquaviva Aragoneus; Baxianus de Boldone de Vaude; Bazianus; Benedictus XIII Avenionensis papa; Benedictus de Mallorca; Benedictus Morer de Torla

 

 

 

Marco Toste 
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Teilprojekt

A 04: Potestas, Iurisdictio und Dominium: Schwäche- und Gewaltendiskurse im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert