Catholic Church and Modern Science. Documents from the Roman Archives of the Holy Office and the Index, vol. I: The Sixteenth Century, 4 vols. (3380 pp.), Rome: Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 2009 (con Ugo Baldini).

— “Un cristianesimo ragionevole: la cristologia di Jarig Jelles”, in Restauri storiografici. Studi in onore di R. H. Popkin, a cura di C. Hermanin e L. Simonutti, Firenze: Olschki, 2010, (in corso di pubblicazione), pp. 525-42. pdf

— “Menasseh ben Israel e la censura cattolica del De resurrectione”, (con Pina Totaro) in Restauri storiografici. Studi in onore di R. H. Popkin, a cura di C. Hermanin e L. Simonutti, Firenze: Olschki, 2010, (in corso di pubblicazione), pp. 385-415.

— “Censorship and canon: a note on some medieval works and authors”, in How the West Was Won: On the Problems of Canon and Literary Imagination, with a Special Emphasis on the Middle Ages, Festschrift M. B(urcht) Pranger, eds. W. Otten, A. Vanderjagt, and H. de Vries, Leiden: Brill, 2010, pp. 175-94. pdf

— “Species, Sensible and Intelligible”, in Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy, ed. H. Lagerlund, 2 vols.  Dordrecht [etc.]: Springer Verlag, 2011, vol. I, pp. 1211-1215.

— “Senso (sensus)”, voce per la Enciclopedia Bruniana e Campanelliana, diretta da E. Canone e G. Ernst, vol. II: giornate di studi 2005-2008, Pisa-Roma: Fabrizio Serra Editore, 2010, pp. 134-142.

Arnaldo di Villanova", "Girolamo Cardano", "Ramon Llull”, voci per Dizionario storico dell'Inquisizione, diretto da A. Prosperi, con la collaborazione do V. Lavenia, J. Tedeschi, 4 vols., Pisa 2010, pp. 99-100, 271, 927-28.

“Cognitio”, “Intellectus”, “Mens”, “Voluntas”, in The Continuum Companion to Spinoza, eds. W. van Bunge, H. Krop, P. Steenbakkers, J. van der Ven, London 2011, pp. 183-186, 240-241, 253-55, 338-39.

The Vatican Manuscript of Spinoza’s Ethica, Leiden: Brill, 2011, 318 pp. (with P. Totaro).

Agostino Nifo De intellectu, ed. Leen Spruit, Leiden: Brill, 2011, 691pp.

The invention of solitude: Giordano Bruno’s self-presentation in speech, works and trial”, in The “I” in the Making, eds. D. Rijser and B. Treffers, Turnhout 2012 (=Fragmenta. Journal of the Royal Netherlands Institute in  Rome, 3 [2009]), pp. 159-71. pdf

Emblematics in the Early Modern Age. Case Studies on the Interaction Between Philosophy, Art and Literature, eds. by E. Canone and L. Spruit, Pisa-Roma 2012.

—  “Emblems, science and philosophy. Some methodological reflections”, in  Emblematics in the Early Modern Age, pp. 103-12. pdf

“Intellectual beatitude in the Averroist tradition: the case of Agostino Nifo”, in Renaissance Averroism and its Aftermath: Arabic Philosophy in Early Modern Europe, eds. A. Akasoy and G. Giglioni, Dordrecht-Heidelberg-New York-London 2012, pp. 125-44. pdf

—  “Roman reading permits for the works of Bruno and Campanella”, in Bruniana et Campanelliana, 18 (2012), pp. 193-98. pdf

— “Vondel difensore del cattolicesimo. Fede e ragione nei poemi didascalici”, in Harba lori fa!, a cura di F. Paris, M. Prandoni, F. Terrenato, Napoli 2012, pp. 259-74. pdf

—  “De Index van verboden boeken”, in De Gids, 176 (2013), 1, p. 12.

“De milde kant van de Inquisitie”, in Trouw, 16 februari 2013, bijlage “Letter en Geest”, pp. 4-8.

The Origin of the Soul from Antiquity to the Early Modern Period. A Short Introduction, Lugano: Agorà, 2014, pp. 179.

— “Catholic censorship of early modern psychology”, in Authority, Innovation and Early Modern Epistemology. Essays in Honour of Hilary Gatti, eds. M. McLaughin, I.D. Rowland, and E. Tarantino, London: Legenda, 2015, pp. 218-38.

The Controversy over the Animal Soul in Early Modern Roman censorship, Lugano: Agorà, 2015.

— “The discussion on the separated soul in early modern Jesuit psychology”, in Cognitive Psychology in Early Jesuit Scholasticism, ed. D. Heider, Neunkirchen-Seelscheid: editiones scholasticae, pp. 96-122.
— “Roman censorship of science and natural philosophy: 16th-17th centuries”, in Bruniana & Campanelliana 22 (2016), pp. 59-68.
— “Campanella in Neapolitan and Roman castles: seven new documents”, in  Bruniana & Campanelliana 22 (2016), pp. 123-132.
— “entries ‘Marcantonio Genua,’ ‘Ambrogio Leone,’ ‘Intelligible Species’, in Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy.
— “The Pomponazzi affair. The controversy over the immortality of the soul”, in Routledge Companion to Sixteenth-Century Philosophy, eds. Henrik Lagerlund and Benjamin Hill, New York-London: Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2017, pp. 225-46.
— “entries ‘Ludovico Boccadifero,’ Alessandro Achillini,’ Giovanni Crisostomo Javelli,’ and Francesco Vimercato’, in Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy.


Manuscripts:
—“Aristotelian versus Cartesian psychology”, pp. 20.
—“Leibnizian themes in Gödel”, (con Guglielmo Tamburrini), pp. 25.


 
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