Aristotelian Studies in the 19th Century, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter 2018 (editor together with Gerald Hartung and Colin G. King), 265 pages.
Aristotelian philosophy played an important part in the history of 19th century philosophy and science but has been largely neglected by researchers. A key element in the newly emerging historiography of ancient philosophy, Aristotelian philosophy served at the same time as a corrective guide in a wide range of projects in philosophy. This volume examines both aspects of this reception history.
With contributions by: Colin Guthrie King, Valentin Pluder, Thomas Buchheim, Gerald Hartung, Christian Pfeiffer, Paul Ziche, Dale Jacquette, Christof Rapp, Philipp Brüllmann, Denis Thouard.