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Sten Ebbesen

Sten Ebbesen, born 1946 and Professor of the Aristotelian Tradition in the University of Copenhagen, is a leading scholar in Late Ancient and Medieval Aristotelianism with great experience both in the edition of Greek and Latin philosophical texts and in the philosophical analysis of such texts. He has published some 250 scholarly articles and books (full list below) on a variety of topics, but with particular emphasis on the development of logic and linguistics in the Greek and the Latin cultural spheres and on interaction between the two cultures. A large number of his studies include editions of hitherto unpublished philosophical texts. Several are co-authored with other scholars.

Ebbesen has a vast international network, and over the last three decades key scholars from all over the world have spent time studying with him in Copenhagen as graduate students or postdocs. In 2011, on the occasion of his 65th birthday, former pupils and other colleagues from four continents honoured him with a symposium in the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters in Copenhagen and later published Logic and Language in the Middle Ages. A Volume in Honour of Sten Ebbesen (Brill 2013, edited by J.L. Fink, H. Hansen & A.M. Mora-Márquez).

Academic degrees:. B.A. in Modern Greek 1968, M.A. in Classical Philology 1972, Dr. phil. (equivalent to German Dr. habil.) 1981. All degrees from the University of Copenhagen.

Employment: Since 1972 employed at the Institute of Greek and Latin Medieval Philology, University of Copenhagen, and it sucessor institutes (= departments), Institute for Greek and Latin 1992-2004, Saxo Institute 2004–. Chairman of department 1982-86 and 1989-99. Since April 2009 director of Centre for the Aristotelian Tradition and since 2011 professor of the Aristotelian Tradition.

Editorships: Since 1966 editor for Corpus Philosophorum Danicorum Medii Aevi, editor-in-chief since 1982. Editor-in-chief of John Buridan's Summulae 1986–. Editor of Cahiers de l’Institut du Moyen-Âge Grec et Latin since 1982. On the advisory boards of Medieval Philosophy and Theology (1989–); Didascalia (1995–); Bochumer philosophisches Jahrbuch für Antike und Mittelalter (1996–).

Membership of learned societies: Société Internationale pour l'Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale (1973–, president of the society’s commission for the trivium 1982-2012, member of the board 1992-2002), Platon-selskabet (1979–), Det danske Sprog- og Litteraturselskab (1977–), Society for Medieval & Renaissance Philosophy (ca. 1984–), Dansk Selskab for Oldtids- og Middelalderforskning (1985–, chairman 1990-93), The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters (1989–; on the academy’s commission for research policy 1992-99, and on its committee for Novum Glossarium Mediae Latinitatis 1997–); Union Académique Internationale’s Commission for Aristoteles Latinus (2003–).
Visiting scholar or professor: Cornell University 1980 (six weeks); University of Kyoto 1990 (2 weeks); École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris 1991 (2 months); Université Paris VII 2003 (1 month).

Participation in Networks: Chairman of Nordic Network for Graduate Studies in Greek & Latin (1994-1998). Member of the steering committees of: (1) the ESF network Early Modern Thought 1999-2001, (2) several Nordic networks, most recently The Aristotelian Tradition: The Reception of Aristotle's works during the Middle Ages (2009-2011, funded by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond), (3) Project Sophismata (based in Geneva, funded by the Swiss National Foundation for the Humanities, 2001-2004), (4) Aristotle’s Categories in the Byzantine, Arabic and Latin traditions (2006-2008, based in Sydney, funded, in the main, by the Australian Research Council).

Organization of conferences: Organizer (w. N.J.Green-Pedersen) of 6th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics, Oxford 1983. Member of the program committee for the World congres of Société Internationale pour l'Étude de la Philosophie Médiévale, Helsinki 1987. Organizer of Danish-Greek symposium on medieval philosophy, Athens 1993; and of the symposia The Copenhagen School of Medieval Philosophy, Copenhagen 1996; John Buridan and Beyond. The Language Sciences 1300-1900, Copenhagen 2001; Categories and the Transmission of Knowledge, Copenhagen 2008. In all cases except the first also editor or co-editor of the proceedings. For decades he has had a key role in securing the perpetuation of the biennial European Symposia on Medieval Logic and Semantics.

Prize: Einar Hansen’s Prize for Outstanding Humanistic Research 1991.

Bibliography Sten Ebbesen

1. ‘Zu Oxforder Gedichten des Primas Hugo’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 3: 250-253.

2. ‘Zum Carmen Cantabrigiense VI’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 3: 254-256.


2a. ‘Betragtninger over en delfisk fest’, Museum Tusculanum 7: 9-17.

2b. ‘Kamplege’, Museum Tusculanum 11: 35-45.

2c. ‘Vaticinia’, Museum Tusculanum 11: 56-58.

2d. ‘Ovidianske flotheder’, Museum Tusculanum 11: 70-71.

2e. ‘Græske humanister’, Museum Tusculanum 12: 45-48.


3. (& J. Pinborg), ‘Studies in the Logical Writings Attributed to Boethius de Dacia’, CIMAGL 3: 1-54.


5. Lærebog i moderne græsk. Akademisk Forlag: København. (2nd ed. 1977; Swedish ed. Göteborg Universitet 1979).

6. (A.Bülow-Jacobsen & ): ‘Five Copenhagen Papyri’, CIMAGL 6: 1-41.

7. ‘Three Greek Etymologies’, CIMAGL 8: 1-2.

8. ‘Anonymi Bodleiani in Sophisticos Elenchos Aristotelis Commentarii fragmentum’, CIMAGL 8: 3-32.


9. ‘Galeni libellus de captionibus. New Manuscripts’, Hermes 101: 374-379.

10. '‘Ο Ψελλὸς καὶ οἱ Σοφιστικοὶ ῎Ελεγχοι', BYZANTINA 5: 427-444.

11. ‘Manlius Boethius on Aristotle's Analytica Posteriora’, CIMAGL 9: 68-73.

12. ‘Another Fragment of a Commentary on Aristotle's Sophistici Elenchi: The Anonymus Admont’, CIMAGL 9: 74-76.

13. ‘Paris 4720A: A 12th Century Compendium of Aristotle's Sophistici Elenchi’. CIMAGL 10: 1-20.

14. ‘Simon of Faversham on the Sophistici Elenchi’ CIMAGL 10: 21-28.

15. ‘Index quaestionum super Sophisticos Elenchos’ CIMAGL 10: 29-44.

16. ‘Pindaros O.1, 106-108’. Hermes 102: 503.

17. ‘Prooemium Mertonense anonymi cuiusdam in Arist. APo. commentarii literalis’. CIMAGL 13: 42-48.

18. Katharevousa. Grammatik og tekstsamling beregnet for nygræskstuderende ved Kbhv. Universitet. IKF: København.


19. Anonymus Aurelianensis II, Aristotle, Alexander, Porphyry and Boethius. Ancient Scholasticism and 12th century Western Europe. CIMAGL 16: 1-128.

20. [Review of] Gabriel Nuchelmans, Theories of the Proposition (1973). Lingua 40: 89-97.

21. ‘The Summulae, Tractatus VII, De Fallaciis’. In: J. Pinborg (ed.), The Logic of John Buridan. Acts of the 3rd European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics. = Opuscula graecolatina 9: 139-160. Museum Tusculanum: Copenhagen.

22. ‘Hoc aliquid - quale quid and the Signification of Appellatives’, Philosophia 5-6 (1975-76): 370-392. Athens.


23. ‘Can Equivocation be Eliminated?’, Studia Mediewistyczne 18: 103-124.

24. ‘Jacobus Veneticus on the Posterior Analytics and some early 13th century Oxford Masters on the Elenchi’, CIMAGL 21: 1-9.25. (ed.): Incertorum Auctorum Quaestiones super Sophisticos Elenchos = Corpus Philosophorum Danicorum Medii Aevi VII. DSL/Gad: København. Pp. lxi 419.
26. ‘The Sophism ‘Rationale est animal’ by Radulphus Brito’, CIMAGL 24: 85-120.


27. ‘The Dead Man is Alive’, Synthese 40: 43-70.

28. ‘[Review of] Aristoteles Latinus VI.1-3’, Vivarium 17: 67-80.

29. ‘"Contract verbs" in Common Modern Greek’. ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ 31: 62-107.

30. (ed.): Anonymi Aurelianensis I Commentarium in Sophisticos Elenchos. CIMAGL 34: i-xlviii 1-200.


31. ‘Logica docens/utens’. Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie 5: 353-355. Schwabe: Basel.

32. ‘Is "canis currit" ungrammatical? Grammar in Elenchi commentaries’, Historiographia Linguistica 7.1/2:: 53-68.

33. ‘Gerontobiologiens Grundproblemer’. Museum Tusculanum 40-43: 269-288.


34. ‘The Contribution of the Greek Commentators on the Organon to the Formation of Western Scholas¬ticism’. Proceedings of the World Congress on Aristotle, Thessaloniki August 7-14, 1978 I: 183-186, Ministry of Culture and Sciences: Athens.
35. ‘Analyzing Syllogisms or Anonymus Aurelianensis III - the (presumably) Earliest Extant Latin Commentary on the Prior Analytics, and its Greek Model’. CIMAGL 37: 1-20. Rp. in Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction : Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume I, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2008.

36. Commentators and Commentaries on Aristotle’s Sophistici Elenchi. A Study of Post-Aristotelian Ancient and Medieval Writings on Fallacies, vols. I-III = Corpus Latinum Commentariorum in Aristotelem Graecorum VII.1-3. Brill: Leiden. Pp. x 355, xxxviii 557, 415. (Diss.). [Part of vol. 1 reprinted as ‘Porphyry's legacy to logic: a reconstruction’ in R.Sorabji (ed.), Aristotle Trans¬formed, London 1990, pp. 141-171]

37. ‘Albert (the Great?)'s Companion to the Organon’. Miscellanea Mediaevalia 14: 89-103. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009.

38. ‘Early Supposition Theory (12th - 13th cent.)’, Histoire Épistémologie Langage 3,1: 35-48. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009.

39. ‘Suprasegmental Phonemes in Ancient and Mediaeval Logic’. In H.A.G.Braakhuis & al. (eds.), English Logic and Semantics from the End of the Twelfth Century to the Time of Ockham and Burleigh. Acts of the 4th European Symposium on Mediaeval Logic and Semantics = Artistarium, Supplementa I: 331-359. Ingenium: Nijmegen.

40. (& J.Pinborg): ‘Bartholomew of Bruges and his Sophisma on the Nature of Logic’. CIMAGL 39: iii-xxvi 1-80.

41. ‘The Present King of France wears Hypothetical Shoes with Categorical Laces. Twelfth-century Writers on Well-Formedness’. Medioevo 7: 91-113.


42. ‘Ancient scholastic logic as the source of medieval scholastic logic’. In: N.Kretzmann, A.Kenny, J.Pinborg (eds.): The Cambridge History of Later Medieval Philosophy: 101-127. [Italian translation in: La logica nel medioevo, Jaca Book: Milano 1999]

43. Filosofgræsk, del 1-2. = Rudimenta graecolatina 6.1-2. Museum Tusculanum: København. Pp. 75, 87.

44. (& J.Pinborg): Gennadios and Western Scholasticism. Radulphus Brito's Ars Vetus in Greek Translation. Classica et Mediaevalia 33 (1981-82): 263-319.

45. [Review of] R.W.Hunt, The History of Grammar in the Middle Ages. Historiographia Linguistica 9.1/2: 161-163.

46. (A.Bülow-Jacobsen & S.E.): ‘Vaticanus Urbinas Graecus 35. An edition of the Scholia on Aristotle's So¬phistici Elenchi’. CIMAGL 43: 45-120.

47. [Review of] Guillelmi de Ockham Expositio super libros Elenchorum, ed. F. del Punta. Vivarium 20: 142-153.

48. (& J.Pinborg): ‘Thott 581° 4, or De ente rationis, De definitione accidentis, De probatione terminorum’. In: A.Maierù (ed.), English Logic in Italy in the 14th and 15th Centuries. Acts of the 5th European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics = History of Logic I: 111-146. Bibliopolis: Napoli.


49. ‘The Odyssey of Semantics from the Stoa to Buridan’. In: A.Eschbach & J.Trabant (eds.), History of Semiotics = Foundations of Semiotics 7: 67-85. J.Benjamins: Amsterdam. [Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009. Italian trl. “L’Odissea della semantica della Stoa a Buridano” in: R. Fedriga & S. Puggioni, eds., Logica e linguaggio nel medioevo, Milano 1993, pp., 165-183.]

50. [Review of] Hans Ruef, Augustin über Semiotik und Sprache. Journal of the History of Philosophy 21: 563-565.

51. (& Y.Iwakuma): ‘Instantiae and 12th-century “Schools”’. CIMAGL 44: 81-85.

52. (& K.M.Fredborg & L.O.Nielsen, eds.): Compendium logicae Porretanum ex codice Oxoniensi Collegii Corporis Christi 250: A Manual of Porretan Doctrine by a Pupil of Gilbert's. CIMAGL 46: iii-xviii 1-113.

53. (ed.): Jan Pinborg, Medieval Semantics. Selected Studies on Medieval Logic and Grammar. Variorum: London. Pp. 358.

54. (& Th. Izbicki & J.Longeway & F. del Punta & E.Stump, eds.): Simon of Faversham, Quaestiones super Libro Elenchorum. Studies and Texts 60, PIMS: Toronto. Pp. xiv 270.

55. ‘Proof and its Limits according to Buridan, Summulae 8’. In: Z.Kaluza & P.Vignaux (eds.), Preuve et raisons à l’Université de Paris. Logique, ontologie et théologie au XIVe siècle: 97-110. Vrin: Paris. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009.

56. ‘Semantics - Stoic, Late Ancient, and Medieval’. In: K.Oehler (ed.), Zeichen und Realität: 383-388. Stauffenburg: Tübingen.

57. (J.Pinborg & S.E.): ‘Thirteenth Century Notes on William of Sherwood's Treatise on Properties of Terms. An edition of Anonymi Dubitationes et Notabilia circa Guilelmi de Shyreswode Intro¬duc¬tionum logicalium Tractatum V from ms Worcester Cath. Q.13’. CIMAGL 47: 103-141.

58. Rationes quod sic. CIMAGL 48: 189-190.

59. ‘Anders Sunesen’. In: S.Kaspersen & al. (eds.), Dansk litteraturhistorie 1: 295-304. Gyldendal: København.

60. ‘Danske skolastikere i udlandet’. Ibidem 414-425.

61. ‘OXYNAT: A Theory about the Origins of British Logic’. In: P.O.Lewry (ed.), The Rise of British Logic, Acts of the Sixth European Symposium on Medieval Logic and Semantics = Papers in Medieval Studies 7: 1-17. PIMS: Toronto. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009.

62. ‘Kirkefædrene og den aristotelske logik’. [Acta] Platonselskabet, Symposium Juni 1983: 71-85. IKF: K¬øbenhavn.

63. (ed.), Anders Sunesen - Stormand, teolog, administrator, digter. Femten studier. Gad: København. Pp. 284 xii.

64. ‘Hexaemerons svære passager: kvæstioner og teologisk logik’. In: S.Ebbesen (ed.), Anders Sunesen... (No. 63): 137-150.

65. (& L.B.Mortensen), ‘A Partial Edition of Stephen Langton's Summa and Quaestiones with Parallels from Andrew Sunesen's Hexaemeron’. CIMAGL 49: 25-224.

66. (& L.B.Mortensen, eds.), Andreae Sunonis filii Hexaemeron .. pars I, praefationem et textum continens = Corpus Philosophorum Danicorum Medii Aevi XI.1. DSL/Gad: København. Pp.328.


67. ‘The Chimera’s Diary’. In: S.Knuuttila & J.Hintikka (eds.), The Logic of Being: 115-143. Reidel: Dordrecht. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009. . Rp. in Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction : Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume I, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2008.

68. ‘Corpus Philosophorum Danicorum Medii Aevi, Archbishop Andrew ( 1228), and Twelfth-Century Tech¬niques of Argumentation’. In: M.Asztalos (ed.), The Editing of Theological and Philosophical Texts from the Middle Ages = Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis, Studia Latina Stockholmiensia 30: 267-280.

69. ‘Termini accidentales concreti. Texts from the late 13th Century’. CIMAGL 53: 37-150.


70. ‘Boethius as an Aristotelian Scholar’, in J.Wiesner (ed.), Aristoteles, Werk und Wirkung 2: 286-311, Walter de Gruyter: Berlin/N.Y. [Rp w. minor changes in R.Sorabji (ed.), Aristotle Transformed, London 1990, pp. 373-391]

71. ‘Just War?’ In: B.McGuire (ed.), War and Peace in the Middle Ages, pp. 179-194 . CEMS / C. A. Reitzel: København.

72. ‘The Way Fallacies were Treated in Scholastic Logic’, CIMAGL 55: 107-134.

73. ‘Talking about what is no more. Texts by Peter of Cornwall (?), Richard of Clive, Simon of Faversham, and Radulphus Brito’, CIMAGL 55: 135-168.

74. ‘[Review of] Ch.B. Schmitt and D. Knox, Pseudo-Aristoteles Latinus’, Speculum 62: 992-993.

75. ‘The Semantics of the Trinity according to Stephen Langton and Andrew Sunesen’. In: J.Jolivet & A. de Libera (eds.), Gilbert de Poitiers et ses contemporains. Actes du septième symposium européen d'histoire de la logique et de la sémantique médiévales. = History of Logic 5, pp. 401-435. Bibliopolis: Napoli. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009.


76. (& L.B.Mortensen, eds.), Andreae Sunonis filii Hexaemeron .. pars II, commentarios et indices continens = Corpus Philosophorum Danicorum Medii Aevi XI.2. DSL/Gad: København. (Pp. 329-568).

77. ‘Concrete Accidental Terms: Late Thirteenth-Century Debates about Problems Relating to such Terms as ‘album’’. In: N.Kretzmann (ed.), Meaning and Inference in Medieval Philosophy. Studies in memory of Jan Pinborg, Synthese Historical Library 32, pp. 107-174. Kluwer: Dordrecht. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009.

78. ‘A Grammatical Sophisma by Nicholas of Normandy ALBUS MUSICUS EST’. CIMAGL 56: 103-116.

79. (& Paul Vincent Spade): ‘More Liars’. CIMAGL 56: 193-227.

80. ‘Les grecs et l’ambiguité’. In: Rosier, Irène (ed.), L'ambiguité. Cinq études historiques. Presses Universitaires de Lille, pp. 15-32.

81. ‘Stray Questions: Little Logical Notes in British and French Manuscripts’ CIMAGL 57: 68-80.

82. ‘Buridans kommentarer til Aristoteles’ Etik og Politik’. In: Clausen, U. Hamilton & Mejer, J. (eds.), Platonselskabets Symposium København juni 1987. Antikkens Moraltænkning, Institut for klassisk Filo¬logi, Københavns Universitet, København, pp. 89-103.

83. ‘Three 13th-century Sophismata about Beginning and Ceasing’. CIMAGL 59: 121-180.


84. ‘Philoponus, “Alexander” and the Origins of Medieval Logic’. In: R.Sorabji (ed.), Aristotle Trans¬formed. Duckworth: London, pp. 445-461. Rp. in Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction : Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume I, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2008.
85. (G.L.Bursill-Hall & S.E & K.Koerner, eds.) De ortu Grammaticae. Studies in medieval grammar and lin¬¬guis¬tic theory in memory of Jan Pinborg. = Studies in the History of the Language Sciences 43. Benjamins: Amsterdam/Philadelphia. X 372 pp.
86. ‘[Review of] K.M.Fredborg, The Latin Rhetorical Commentaries by Thierry of Chartres’, Speculum 65: 502-504.
87. ‘[Review of] E.Stump, Boethius's in Ciceronis Topica’, Journal of the History of Philosophy 28: 607-609.
88. (& Y. Iwakuma), ‘Anonymus Parisiensis, Compendium Sophisticorum Elen¬chorum (ms. Paris BN 4720A)’, CIMAGL 60: 47-112
89. ‘New Fragments of “Alexander’s” Commentaries on Analytica Pos¬te¬ri¬ora and Sophistici Elenchi’, CIMAGL 60:113-120. Revised version in Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2009, pp.187-201.
90. (Andrea Tabarroni & ), ‘A Fragmentary 13th-century Com¬men¬tary on the Sophistici Elenchi in ms Paris BN lat. 16618’, CIMAGL 60:121-128
91. ‘Bits of Logic in Bruges, Brussels and Copenhagen Manuscripts’, CIMAGL 60:129-144
92. (Simo Knuuttila & Reijo Työrinoja & S.E., eds.) Knowledge and the Sciences in Medieval Philosophy. Proceedings of the eighth inter¬natio¬nal congress on medieval philosophy, vol. II. Publi¬ca¬tions of Luther-Agricola Society Series B 19 : Helsinki.
93. ‘[Review of] H.-U. Wöhler, Geschichte der mittelalterlichen Philosophie’, Mediaevistik 3: 297-298.

94. ‘Videnskabelig autoritet', in: McGuire, Brian (ed.), Autoritet i Middelalderen, C.A.Reitzel: København, pp. 81-94.
95. ‘[Review of] M.G.Henninger, Relations. Medieval Theories 1250-1325’, Philo¬sophical Books 32: 146-147
96. ‘[Review of] Christos Evangeliou, Aristotle's Categories and Por¬phyry’, Isis 82:2:312, pp. 363-364.
97. ‘Retorik som filosofisk disciplin i 13. - 14. århundrede’. Filoso¬fi¬ske studier 12: 17-26.
98. ‘Is Logic Theoretical or Practical Knowledge?’, In: J.Biard (ed.), Itinèraires d'Albert de Saxe, actes du Colloque .... à l'occasion du 600e anniversaire de la mort d’Albert de Saxe, pp. 267-283.
99. ‘Two Nominalist Texts’, CIMAGL 61: 429-440
100. ‘Zacharias of Parma on the Art of Tempting’, in B.Moisisch & O.Pluta (eds.) Historia Philosophiae Medii Aevi 2: 211-226. B.R.Grüner: Amsterdam/Philadelphia
101. ‘Doing Philosophy the Sophismatic way. The Copenhagen School, with Notes on the Dutch School’. In: Alfonso Maierù (ed.), Gli studi de filosofia medievale tra Otto e Novecento, pp. 331-359.
102. ‘[Reviews of] J.Magee, Boethius on Signification and Mind & J.Brams & W.Vanhamel, Guillaume de Moerbeke’, Vivarium 29: 150-155.
103. ‘Græsk og latinsk middelalderfilologi’. In O.Pedersen (ed.), Strejflys. Træk af dansk videnskabs historie 1917-92, pp. 152-161. Munksgaard, København.
104. ‘Western and Byzantine Approaches to Logic’, CIMAGL 62: 167-178. Rp. in Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction : Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume I, Aldershot : Ashgate, 2008.
105. ‘Deus scit quicquid scivit. Two sophismata from Vat. lat. 7678 and a reference to Nominales’, CIMAGL 62: 179-195
106. ‘Small Finds. Philosophical Texts in Erfurt, Hamburg, Oxford and Paris', CIMAGL 62: 197-218.
107. [Review of] Alexander of Aphrodisias, On Aristotle's Prior Analytics 1.1-7. Translated by Jonathan Barnes, Susanne Bobzien, Kevin Flan¬ne¬ry, and Katerina Ieradiakonou. (Ancient Commentators on Aris¬totle.) Isis 83: 477-478
108. ‘What Must one Have an Opinion about?’, Vivarium 30: 62-79. Rp. in Topics in Latin Philosophy from the 12th-14th centuries: Collected Essays of Sten Ebbesen, Volume II, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009.
109. (& Y.Iwakuma), ‘Logico-theological Schools from the Second Half of the Twelfth Century. A List of Sources’, Vivarium 30: 173-210.
110. ‘[Review of] Ammonius, On Aristotle's Categories. Translated by S. Marc Cohen and Gareth B. Matthews. (Ancient Commentators on Aristotle)’, Isis 83: 643-644
111. ‘Boethius de Dacia et al. The sophismata in mss Bruges SB 509 and Florence Med.-Laur. S. Croce 12 sin., 3’, in: Read, Stephen (ed.), Sophisms in Medieval Logic and Grammar. Acts of the 9th European Symposium for Medieval Logic and Semantics, Kluwer: Dordrecht, pp. 45-63.
112. ‘Medieval Latin Glosses and Commentaries on Aristotelian Logical Texts of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries’. In Ch.Burnett (ed.), Glosses and Commentaries on Aristotelian Logical Texts, Warburg Institute Surveys and Texts 23, Warburg Institute: London, at pp. 129-177.
113. ‘Boethius de Dacia’ ‘Johannes de Dacia’ ‘Martinus de Dacia’ ‘Sunesen, Anders’ In Ph.Pulsiano (ed.), Medieval Scandinavia, An Encyclopedia.Garland: New York & London, pp. 51, 342, 410, 621-22
114. ‘The Theory of loci in Antiquity and the Middle Ages’, in K.Jacobi (ed.), Argumentationstheorie. Scholastische Forschungen zu den logischen und semantischen Regeln korrekten Folgerns, Brill: Leiden, pp. 15-39.
115. (& Iwakuma Y.), ‘Fallaciae Lemovicenses’, CIMAGL 63: 3-42
116. ‘ANIMAL EST OMNIS HOMO. Questions and Sophismata by Peter of Auvergne, Radulphus Brito, William Bonkes, and Others’, CIMAGL 63: 145-208
117. ‘Tu non cessas comedere ferrum, A Sophisma in cod. Marc. Ven. Lat. VI. 145 (2756)’, CIMAGL 63: 225-230.
118. ‘[Review of] Simplicius, Corollaries on Place and Time. Translated by J.O.Urmson. (Ancient Commentators on Aristotle)’, Isis 84: 560-561.
119. ‘[Review of] U. Eco & C.Marmo, On the Medieval Theory of Signs’, Vivarium 31: 269-270
120. ‘Middelalderfilosofi’, Filosofi 1994/1: 16-23.
121. ‘[Review of] McKirahan, Richard D., Principles and Proofs: Aristotle's Theory of Demonstrative Science’, Isis¬ 85: 139-140
122. 'Papyrology and the Study of Greek Language. Comments on the Thematic Session'. In A. Bülow-Jacobsen, ed., Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Papyrologists, Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum, pp. 95-97.
123. ‘Tractatus de signativis dictionibus’, CIMAGL 64: 151-163
124. ‘Sophismata and Physics Commentaries’ CIMAGL 64: 164-195
125. ‘[Review of] B. Patar, Le traité de l'âme de Jean Buridan [De prima lectura]. Édition, étude critique et doctrinale’, Dialogue 33: 758-762.
126. ‘Saint Thomas Aquinas and Education’, International Encyclopedia of Education, 2nd edition, Pergamon Press: Oxford, vol. 9, pp. 5121-5124.
126. (ed.) Sprachtheorien in Spätantike und Mittelalter (= P. Schmitter, ed., Geschichte der Sprachtheorie 3), Tübingen: Narr. Pp. XX 408.
127. ‘Introduction’, in S.Ebbesen (ed.), Sprachtheorien in Spätantike und Mittelalter (= P. Schmitter, ed., Geschichte der Sprachtheorie 3), Tübingen: Narr, pp. XI-XX.
128. ‘Hellenistisk Græsk - Koiné’, in: T. Engberg-Pedersen (udg.) Sproget i Hellenismen (= Hellenismestudier 10), Århus Universitetsforlag, pp. 7-24.
129. ‘Middelalderen’, in: B. Rabek (ed.) Når mennesket undrer sig, Centrum, pp. 126-145.
130. ‘Thirteenth-century Logic. Selected texts.’ CIMAGL 65: 213-361.
131. ‘Menneskeret, dyreret, planteret’. Filosofiske Studier 15: 63-70.
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178. ‘A Porretanean Commentary on Aristotle’s Categories’ CIMAGL 72: 35-88.
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240. ‘Yet another Fragment of James of Venice’s Translation of Michael of Ephesus on the Sophistical Refutations’, CIMAGL 80: 136-137.
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