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Professor Cecilia Trifogli

University Academic Fellow since 1999
University Lecturer (and now Titular Professor) in Medieval Philosophy
In the Spring 2015 I have completed (in collaboration with Silvia Donati and Jennifer Ashworth) the edition of the Questions on Aristotle’s Physics by the 13th-century English philosopher Geoffrey of Aspall (Latin text and English translation), which will be published in the British Academy Series Auctores Britannici. I am now editing (together with Aurélien Robert) a volume on space and time in the Middle Ages.
Professor Cecilia Trifogli
  • Background

    • University Academic Fellow, All Souls College (from 1999)
    • Postgraduate, University of Milan (from 1996 to 2000)
    • Undergraduate Programmes, University of Pisa (from 1986 to 1995)
    • Undergraduate Programmes, University of Pisa (from 1980 to 1986)
  • Research interests

    • Reception of Aristotle’s philosophy in the Middle Ages
    • Natural philosophy, metaphysics, epistemology in the Middle Ages
  • Selected publications

    • Ed., with L. O. Nielsen, Thomas Wylton, On the Intellectual Soul, English translation by G. Trimble, Auctores britannici Medii Aevi XIX, Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press 2010.
    • 'Giles of Rome against Thomas Aquinas on the Subject of Thinking and the Status of the Human Soul', in Documenti e studi sulla tradizione filosofica medievale 23 (2012), pages 221-244.
    • 'Motion and Time', A companion to Walter Burley, ed. A. Conti (Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2013) pages 267-299.
    • 'Guido Terreni on the Final Cause', Guido Terreni, O. Carm. (+1342), Studies and Texts, ed. A. Fidora (Barcelona-Madrid 2015) pages 71-82, 307-324.