Alfred J. Freddoso
"Accidental Necessity and Logical Determinism," Journal of Philosophy 80 (1983): 257-278.
-Reprinted in John Martin Fischer, ed., God, Foreknowledge, and Freedom (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1989), pp. 136-158.
-Reprinted in John Martin Fischer, ed., Free Will: Critical Concepts in Philosopy, vol. 1: Free Will: Concepts and Challenges (London: Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), 2005.)
God Have a Nature? by Alvin Plantinga (Milwaukee:
University Press, 1980), Christian Scholar's Review
-Reprinted in Thomas V. Morris, ed., The Concept of God (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987), pp. 134-167.
-Reprinted in William Lane Craig, Kevin Meeker, J. P. Moreland, Michael Murray, and Timothy O'Connor, eds., Philosophy of Religion: A Reader and Guide (Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2002), pp. 265-281.
Ontology and Ockham's Christology," New
"Fides et Ratio: A 'Radical' Vision of Intellectual Inquiry," pp. 13-31 in Alice Ramos and Marie George, eds., Faith, Scholarship and Culture in the 21st Century (Washington, DC: American Maritain Association, distributed by Catholic University of America Press, 2002). [This is the published version; for a slightly amended unpublished version, click here.]
"Good News, Your Soul Hasn't Died Quite Yet," in Michael Baur, ed., Person, Soul, and Immortality: Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association (New York: American Catholic Philosophical Association) 75 (2002): 99-120. [PDF version]
Review of John F. Kavanaugh, SJ, Who Count as Persons? Human Identity and the Ethics of Killing (Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2001), Houston Catholic Worker, January-February 2002.
"The Church and Art," Logos 5 (2002): 217-220. [PDF version with excerpt from Pope John Paul's Letter to Artist that the piece comments on]
"Christian Faith as a Way of Life ," pp. 173-197 in William E. Mann, ed., The Blackwell Guide to Philosophy of Religion (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing Co., 2004).
"Angels and Demons," Faith Essentials (Electronic Publication of the Association of Students at Catholic Colleges), January 2005.
Review of Romanus Cessario, O.P., A Short History of Thomism (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University Press, 2005), The Thomist 72 (2008), pp. 147-154.
Introduction, pp. xiii-xxxi in What Happened to Notre Dame? by Charles E. Rice (Author), Alfred J. Freddoso (Introduction) (South Bend, IN: St. Augustine's Press, 2009).
“The Vindication of St. Thomas: Thomism and Contemporary Anglo-American Philosophy,” Nova et Vetera (forthcoming in 2015 in a collection of plenary papers given at the July 2014 conference on Philosophy and Theology at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology).
“No Room at the Inn: Contemporary Philosophy of Mind Meets Thomistic Philosophical Anthropology,” Acta Philosophica (UniversitÓ Santa Croce, Roma) 24 (2015): 15-30.