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Nauta, Prof. Lodi

Lodi Nauta (photo Henk Thomas)
Lodi Nauta (photo Henk Thomas)

Lodi Nauta (Groningen, 1966) is professor of the History of Philosophy. Nauta studied biology (propedeuse), philosophy and medieval studies in Groningen and York (UK) and gained his PhD cum laude in 1999. In 2000 he was awarded the Keetje Hodshon Prize of the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities for his PhD thesis and other publications. He was appointed Fellow of the Young Academy of the KNAW, in 2011 Fellow of the KNAW, and in 2017 Member of The Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities. In 2001 he received ad Vidi research of NWO, followed by a Vici grant in 2009 for his research programme ‘Humanists as Philosophers: The Place of Renaissance Humanism in the History of Thought’. In 2008 he was visiting professor at Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Renaissance Studies in Florence. As of 2013, Nauta has been the Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy.

Nauta has published numerous books and articles on the history of philosophy, including one that has been awarded several prizes about the highly influential humanist Lorenzo Valla. Nauta’s teaching and research focus on several periods in which innovations took place in Western thought and culture: the twelfth-century renaissance, the emergence of humanism in the fifteenth century and the birth of early-modern philosophy in the seventeenth century and the Enlightenment. In recent years, Nauta's research has concentrated on the philosophical dimension of Humanism in the Renaissance.

In 2016 Nauta was awarded the Spinoza Prize, the highest academic award in the Netherlands. Besides the great honour, the winner of the Spinoza Prize receives a research budget of EUR 2.5 million. Over time, and in part thanks to his receiving VIDI and VICI subsidies, Nauta has surrounded himself with a substantial number of PhD students and post-doctoral researchers. The prize will allow him to establish a new research group that can conduct large-scale research projects, at least by the standards of the humanities.

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Publications

2018

Nauta, L. (2018). Latin as a Common Language: The Coherence of Lorenzo Valla’s Humanist Program. Renaissance Quarterly, 71(1), 1-32. https://doi.org/10.1086/696885

2016

Nauta, L. (2016). The Critique of Scholastic Language in Renaissance Humanism and Early Modern Philosophy. In C. Muratori, & G. Paganini (Eds.), Early Modern Philosophers and the Renaissance Legacy (pp. 59-79). (International Archives of the History of Ideas ; Vol. 220). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-32604-7_4

2015

Nauta, L. (2015). Meaning and Linguistic Usage in Renaissance Humanism: The Case of Lorenzo Valla. In M. Cameron, & R. J. Stainton (Eds.), Linguistic Content: New Essays on the History of Philosophy of Language (pp. 136-155). Oxford University Press & British Academy. https://doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198732495.003.0008
Nauta, L. (2015). De-essentializing the World: Valla, Agricola, Vives, and Nizolio on Universals and Topics. In A. Frazier, & P. Nold (Eds.), Essays in Renaissance Thought and Letters: In Honor of John Monfasani (pp. 196-215). Brill Academic Publisher. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004294653_012
Nauta, L. (2015). The Order of Knowing: Juan Luis Vives on Language, Thought, and the Topics. Journal of the History of Ideas, 76(3), 325-345.

2014

Nauta, L. (2014). Filosoferen met de grote denkers uit het verleden. Groniek. Historisch Tijdschrift, (200), 360-364.
Nauta, L. (2014). Lorenzo Valla. In P. Ford, J. Bloemendal, & C. Fantazzi (Eds.), Brill's Encyclopedia of the Neo-Latin World (pp. 1193-1195). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.

2013

Nauta, L. (2013). 'Rabelais’s laughter behind a portrait by Holbein': play and culture in the work of Johan Huizinga. In M. Israëls, L. A. Waldman, & G. Beltramini (Eds.), Renaissance studies in honor of Joseph Connors: History, literature and music (Vol. 2, pp. 370-376). (Villa i Tatti; Vol. 29). Florence: Villa I Tatti the harvard university center for italian renaissance studies.

2012

Nauta, L. (2012). Anti-essentialism and the rhetoricization of knowledge: Mario Nizolio’s humanist attack on universals. Renaissance Quarterly, 65(1), 31 - 66. https://doi.org/10.1086/665835
Nauta, L. (2012). Augustinus en Boethius: de transformatie van het antieke denken in de late oudheid. Groniek, Historisch Tijdschrift, 191, 45 - 58.
Nauta, L. (2012). From universals to topics: The realism of Rudolph Agricola, with an edition of his reply to a critic. Vivarium. A Journal for Medieval and Early-Modern Philosophy and Intellectual Life, 50(2), 190-224. https://doi.org/10.1163/156853412X644614
Copenhaver, B. P., & Nauta, L. (2012). Lorenzo Valla, Dialectical Disputations. (The I Tatti Renaissance library ; Vol. 49-50). Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

2011

Nauta, L. (2011). Lorenzo Valla. In H. Lagerlund (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy: Philosophy between 500 and 1500 (pp. 702-707). Berlin: Springer.
Nauta, L. (2011). Philology as philosophy: Giovanni Pontano on language, meaning, and grammar. Journal of the History of Ideas, 72(4), 481-502.

2010

Nauta, L. (2010). Boethius. In A. Grafton, G. Most, & S. Settis (Eds.), The Classical Tradition (pp. 131-133). Cambride, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
Nauta, L. (2010). Lorenzo Valla. In A. Grafton, G. Most, & S. Settis (Eds.), The Classical Tradition (pp. 959-960). Harvard University Press.
Nauta, L. (2010). Lorenzo Valla sulle forme di argomentazione. In M. Regoliosi (Ed.), Lorenzo Valla e la riforma della lingua e della lingua e della logica,2 (pp. 417 - 442). Florence: Polistampa.
Nauta, L. (2010). The Consolation: The Latin Commentary Tradition. In The Cambridge Companion to Boethius (pp. 255-278). Cambridge: University of Groningen.

2009

Nauta, L. (2009). In Defense of Common Sense. Lorenzo Valla’s Humanist Critique of Scholastic Philosophy. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Nauta, L. (2009). Lorenzo Valla. In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy plato.stanford.edu.
Nauta, L. (2009). The Consolation: the Latin commentary tradition, 800-1700. In J. Marenbon (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Boethius (pp. 255 - 278). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2008

Nauta, L. (2008). From an Outsider's Point of View: Lorenzo Valla on the Soul. Vivarium. A Journal for Medieval and Early-Modern Philosophy and Intellectual Life, 46(3), 368-391. https://doi.org/10.1163/156853408X360966
Nauta, L. (2008). Obituary: John North. The Guardian 22 Nov. 2008.
Nauta, L. (2008). Review of Guillelmus de Conchis, Glosae super Platonem, ed. E. Jeauneau (Guillelmi de Conchis Opera Omnia, III; Corpus Christianorum Continuatio Mediaevalis 203), Turnhout 2006. Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies, 83(3), 705-706.

2007

Nauta, L. (2007). Aan de grenzen van het voorstelbare: Gedachtenexperimenten in de middeleeuwen, inaugurele rede 4 december 2007. Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
Nauta, L. (2007). Lorenzo Valla and the rise of humanist dialectic. In J. Hankins (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Philosophy (pp. 193 - 210). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Nauta, L. (2007). Lorenzo Valla’s autograph notabilia to Cicero and Boethius in Florence, BML, Conv. Soppr. 475. Studi medievali e Umanistici, 5-6, 446-459.
Nauta, L. (2007). Review of D. Rutherford (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Early Modern Philosophy (Cambridge 2006). Renaissance Quarterly, 60(4), 1422 - 1424. https://doi.org/10.1353/ren.2007.0441
Nauta, L. (2007). Review of The medieval heritage in early modern metaphysics and modal theory, 1400-1700. Russell L. Friedman and Lauge O. Nielsen (eds.) Dordrecht, 2003. Renaissance Quarterly, 60(3), 942 - 943. https://doi.org/10.1353/ren.2007.0307
Nauta, L. (2007). The price of reduction: problems in Lorenzo Valla’s Epicurean fideism. In S. Ebbersmeyer, & E. Kessler (Eds.), Ethik - Wissenschaft oder Lebenskunst? Modelle der Normenbegründung von der Antike bis zur Frühen Neuze (pp. 173-195). Berlin: Lit Verlag.

2006

Nauta, L. (2006). Introduction. In Nauta (Ed.), LANGUAGE AND CULTURAL CHANGE (pp. IX-+). (GRONINGEN STUDIES IN CULTURAL CHANGE; Vol. 24). LEUVEN: Peeters.
Nauta, L. (2006). Language and Cultural Change: Aspects of the Study and Use of Language in the Later Middle Ages and the Renaissance. (24 ed.) Leuven: Peeters.
Nauta, L. (2006). Linguistic Relativity and the Humanist Imitation of Classical Latin. In Nauta (Ed.), Language and Cultural Change (pp. 173-185). (GRONINGEN STUDIES IN CULTURAL CHANGE; Vol. 24). LEUVEN: Peeters.
Nauta, L. (2006). Lorenzo Valla and Quattrocento Scepticism. Vivarium. A Journal for Medieval and Early-Modern Philosophy and Intellectual Life, 44(2-3), 375-395.
Nauta, L. (2006). Review of John Monfasani, Nicolaus Scutellius, O.S.A., as Pseudo-Pletho. The sixteenth-century treatise Pletho in 'Aristotelem' and the scribe Michael Martinus Stella. Renaissance Quarterly, 59(4), 1264-1266. https://doi.org/10.1353/ren.2008.0531

2005

Nauta, L. (2005). A weak chapter in the Book of Nature - Hans Blumenberg on medieval thought. In K. van Berkel, & A. Vanderjagt (Eds.), THE BOOK OF NATURE IN ANTIQUITY AND THE MIDDLE AGES (pp. 135-150). (GRONINGEN STUDIES IN CULTURAL CHANGE; Vol. 16). LEUVEN: Peeters.
Nauta, L. (2005). Review of Karl Schuhmann. Selected Papers on Renaissance Philosophy and on Thomas Hobbes. Renaissance Quarterly, 58(1), 358-359. https://doi.org/10.1353/ren.2008.0646
Nauta, L. (2005). Review of Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, ed. G.A.J. Rogers and Karl Schuhmann. Renaissance Quarterly, 58(2), 701-703. https://doi.org/10.1353/ren.2008.0751

2004

Nauta, L., & Pätzold, D. (Eds.) (2004). Imagination in the Later Middle Ages and Early Modern Times. (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change). Leuven: Peeters.
Nauta, L., & Patzold, D. (2004). Introduction. In L. Nauta, & D. Patzold (Eds.), Imagination in the Later Middle Ages and Early Modern Times (pp. IX-+). (GRONINGEN STUDIES IN CULTURAL CHANGE; Vol. 12). LEUVEN: Peeters.
Nauta, L. (2004). Lorenzo Valla and the limits of imagination. In L. Nauta, & D. H. K. Pätzold (Eds.), Imagination in the Later Middle Ages and Early Modern Times (pp. 93-113). (GRONINGEN STUDIES IN CULTURAL CHANGE; Vol. 12). Leuven-Paris-Dudley, MA: Peeters.
Nauta, L. (2004). Recensie van Mariken Teeuwen, The Vocabulary of Intellectual Life in the Middle Ages. Millennium. Tijdschrift voor Middeleeuwse Studies, 18, 143-145.
Nauta, L. (2004). Review of Noel Malcolm, Aspects of Hobbes, Oxford 2002. Renaissance Quarterly, 57(2), 622-623.
Nauta, L. (2004). Review of Rudolph Agricola, 'Letters'. Edited and translated, with notes by Adrie van der Laan & Fokke Akkerman, Assen 2002. Isis, 95(2), 287 - 288. https://doi.org/10.1086/426218
Nauta, L. (2004). William of Conches and the 'New Aristotle': A Reply to Peter Dronke. Studi Medievali, 445-457.

2003

Nauta, L. (2003). Avicenna's "De anima" in the Latin West: The Formation of a Peripatetic Philosophy of the Soul, 1160-1300 by Dag Nikolaus Hasse. Speculum-A journal of medieval studies, 78(4), 1309-1311.
Nauta, L. (2003). Lorenzo Valla's Critique of Aristotelian Psychology. Vivarium. A Journal for Medieval and Early-Modern Philosophy and Intellectual Life, 41(1), 120-143. https://doi.org/10.1163/156853403322502137
Nauta, L. (2003). Filosofie (ca. 100 lemmata). In G. A. Kohnstamm, & H. C. Cassee (Eds.), Het Nieuw Cultureel Woordenboek (pp. 169-178). Amsterdam.
Nauta, L. (2003). Filosofie en haar geschiedenis. In M. V. B. P. M. van Hees, L. Nauta, & E. C. de Jonge (Eds.), Kernthema's van de filosofie (pp. 265 - 284). Amsterdam/Meppel: Boom.
van Hees, M., De Jonge, E., & Nauta, L. (2003). Kernthema's van de filosofie. Amsterdam/Meppel: Boom.
Nauta, L. (2003). Some Aspects of Boethius' Consolatio Philosophiae in the Renaissance. In A. Galonnier (Ed.), Boèce ou la chaîne des savoirs. Actes du colloque international de la fondation Singer-Polignac (pp. 767 - 778). Leuven-Paris: Peeters.
Nauta, L. (2003). William of Ockham and Lorenzo Valla: False Friends, Semantics and Ontological Reduction. Renaissance Quarterly, 56(3), 613-651. https://doi.org/10.2307/1261609

2002

Nauta, L. (2002). Hobbes on Religion and the Church between The Elements of Law and Leviathan: A Dramatic Change of Direction? Journal of the History of Ideas, 63, 577-598. https://doi.org/10.2307/3654161
Nauta, L. (2002). Hobbes the Pessimist? Continuity of Hobbes's Views on Reason and Eloquence Between The Elements of Law and Leviathan. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 1, 31 - 54.
Nauta, L. (2002). 'Hobbes the Pessimistic? Continuity of Hobbes's Views on Reason and Eloquence between The Elements of Law and Leviathan'. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 31-54.
Nauta, L. (2002). Humanisme en de middeleeuwen. Millennium. Tijdschrift voor Middeleeuwse Studies, 1, 68 - 77.
Nauta, L. (2002). Magis Platonicus quam Aristotelicus: Interpretations of Boethius's Platonism from the Twelfth to the Seventeenth Century. In M. J. F. M. Hoenen, & S. Gersh (Eds.), The Platonic tradition in the Middle Ages. A Doxographic Approach (pp. 165 - 204). Berlin/New York: De Gruyter Mouton.
Nauta, L. (2002). Recensie van Mariken Goris, Boethius in het Nederlands: Studie naar en tekstuitgave van de Gentse Boethius [1485], boek II, Hilversum: Verloren, 2000. Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal & Letterkunde, 12 - 14.
Nauta, L. (2002). Review of Boethius's 'Consolation of Philosophy' in Italian Medieval and Renaissance education. Schoolbooks and their glosses in Florentine manuscripts. Vivarium-An international journal for the philosophy and intellectual life of the middle ages and renaissance, 40(2), 321-323. https://doi.org/10.1163/156853402320901858
Nauta, L. (2002). Review of R. Black en G. Pomaro, 'La consolazione della filosofia' nel Medioevo e nel Rinascimento italiano. Libri di scuolo e glose nei manoscritti fiorentini, Edizioni del Galuzzo, Florence 2000. Vivarium. A Journal for Medieval and Early-Modern Philosophy and Intellectual Life, 321 - 323.
Nauta, L. (2002). Review of R. Black, Humanism and Education in Medieval and Renaissance Italy. Tradition and Innovation in Latin Schools from the Twelfth tot the Fifteenth |Century, Cambridge 2001. Medium Aevum, 316-317.

2001

Nauta, L. (2001). Dante Alighieri, Pleidooi voor de eigen taal. De vulgari eloquentia, vertaald, ingeleid en van een nawoord voorzien door Lodi Nauta. Groningen: Historische Uitgeverij.
Nauta, L. (2001). De kracht van de gewone taal: Taalkritiek in de geschiedenis van de filosofie. Algemeen Nederlands tijdschrift voor wijsbegeerte, 2, 141 - 145.
Nauta, L. (2001). Handelen met voorkennis: Boethius' Vertroosting. Filosofie Magazine, 1, 12 - 15.
Nauta, L. (2001). Recensie van Dante Alighieri, Het Gastmaal. Vertaald, ingeleid en toegelicht foor Frans van Dooren en Kees van Dooren. Millennium. Tijdschrift voor Middeleeuwse Studies, 1, 73 - 75.
Nauta, L. (2001). Recensie van (1) Han van Ruler (red.), De uitgelezen Descartes. Amsterdam: Boom, 1999 en (2) Herman De Dijn (red.), De uitgelezen Spinoza. Amsterdam: Boom 1999. Algemeen Nederlands tijdschrift voor wijsbegeerte, 4, 309 - 310.
Nauta, L. (2001). Retorica in de middeleeuwen. Lampas. Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse classici, 4-5, 335-350.
Nauta, L. (2001). Review of Thomas Hobbes, Elementorum Philosophiae Sectio Prima De Corpore, édition critique, notes, appendices et index par Karl Schuhmann, introduction par Karl Schumann avec la collaboration de Martine Pécharman, Parijs: Vrin, 1999. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 3, 579 - 582.
Nauta, L. (2001). The "Liber Aristotilis" of Hugo of Santalla. Hugo of Santalla, Charles Burnett, David Pingree. Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies, 76(2), 474-475. https://doi.org/10.2307/2903497

2000

Nauta, L. (2000). Guillaume de Conches et quelques versions 'conchiennes'. In J. K. Atkinson, & A. M. Babbi (Eds.), L'Orphée de Boèce au Moyen Âge (pp. 143 - 180). Verona: Edizioni Fiorini.
Nauta, L. (2000). Guillelmi de Conchis Glosae super Boetium. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers.
Nauta, L. (2000). Recensie van Augustinus, Wat betekent de bijbel? Christelijke scholing in tekstbegrip en presentatie. 'De doctrina christiana', ingeleid, vertaald en toegelicht door J. den Boeft en I. Sluiter. Millennium. Tijdschrift voor Middeleeuwse Studies, 1,2, 154 - 156.
Nauta, L. (2000). Review of Charles Burnett et al. (eds.), Adelard of Bath. Medium Aevum, 69, 113-114.
Nauta, L. (2000). Review of N. Mann and B. Munk-Olsen (eds.), Medieval and Renaissance Scholarship: Proceeding of the Second European Science Foundation Workshop on the Classical Tradition in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Leiden 1997. Journal for the History of the Classical tradition, 6, 476 - 478.
Nauta, L. (2000). The Pessimistic Hobbes? Continuity and Development in Hobbes' Thought Between The Elements of Law and Leviathan. Acta Philosophica Groningana, 28, 1 - 34.

1999

Nauta, L. (1999). A Humanist Reading of Boethius's Consolatio Philosophiae: The Commentary by Murmellius and Agricola (1514). In L. Nauta, & A. J. Vanderjagt (Eds.), Between Demonstration and Imagination (pp. 313 - 338). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
Nauta, L., & Vanderjagt, A. (1999). Between Demonstration and Imagination. Essays in the History of Science and Philosophy Presented to John D. North. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
Nauta, L. (1999). Due North. In L. Nauta, & A. J. Vanderjagt (Eds.), Between Demonstration and Imagination: essays in the history of science and philosophy presented to John D. North (pp. vii-xiv). (Brill's studies in intellectual history; Vol. 96). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
Nauta, L. (1999). Ordnung. In D. H. K. Pätzold, & H. J. Sandkühler (Eds.), Enzyklopädie Philosophie Bd.2 (pp. 981 - 985). Hamburg: Meiner.
Nauta, L. (1999). Recensie: 'Valla. Om de waarheid en het recht' - M. van der Poel (ed.). Algemeen Nederlands tijdschrift voor wijsbegeerte, 144 - 145.
Nauta, L. (1999). Review of I. Ronca, 'Guillelmi de Conchis' Dragmaticon Philosophiae', Turnhout 1997. Medium Aevum, 1, 113-115.
Nauta, L. (1999). Review of William of Conches, 'Dragmaticon Philosophiae', 'Summa de Philosophia in Vulgari'. Medium Aevum, 68(1), 113-115.
Nauta, L., & Goris, M. (1999). The Study of Boethius's 'Consolatio' in the Low Countries around 1500: The Ghent Boethius and the Commentary by Agricola/Murmellius (1514). In F. Akkerman, A. Vanderjagt, & A. H. van der Laan (Eds.), Northern Humanism in European Context, 1469-1625: From the 'Adwert Academy' to Ubbo Emmius Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
Nauta, L. W. (1999). William of Conches and the tradition of Boethius' Consolatio Philosophiae: an edition of his Glosae super Boetium and studies of the Latin commentary tradition. s.n.

1998

Nauta, L. (1998). Review of J. McEvoy (ed.), Robert Grosseteste. Vivarium. A Journal for Medieval and Early-Modern Philosophy and Intellectual Life, 246-259.
Nauta, L. (1998). Review of P. Duhem, L'aube du savoir. Epitomé du 'Système du monde'. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences, 48(2), 421-422.

1997

Nauta, L., & Hoenen, M. J. F. M. (1997). Boethius in the Middle Ages. Latin and Vernacular Traditions of the 'Consolatio Philosophiae'. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
Nauta, L. (1997). Recensie van M. Vinck-van Caekenberghe, Een onderzoek naar het leven, het werk en de literaire opvattingen van Cornelis van Ghistele (1510/11-1573), rederijker en humanist. Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal & Letterkunde, 4, 365 - 367.
Nauta, L. (1997). Review of Andreas Speer, Die entdeckte Natur. Untersuchungen zu Begründungsversuchen einer ¨scientia naturalis¨ im 12. Jahrhundert. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 1, 68 - 69.
Nauta, L. (1997). Review of M.T. Gibson en L. Smith (red.), 'Codices Boethiani: A Conspectus of Manuscripts of the Work of Boethius, I: Great Britain and the Republic of Ireland'. Medium Aevum, 1, 128-29.
Nauta, L. (1997). Review of P.L. Butzer en D. Lohrmann (eds.), Science in Western and Eastern Civilization in Carolingian Times. Physis, 336 - 340.
Nauta, L. (1997). The 'Glosa' as Instrument for the Development of Natural Philosophy. William of Conches' Commentary on Boethius. In M. J. F. M. Hoenen, & L. Nauta (Eds.), Boethius in the Middle Ages (pp. 4 - 39). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.
Nauta, L. (1997). The Scholastic Context of the Boethius Commentary by Nicholas Trevet. In M. J. F. M. Hoenen, & L. Nauta (Eds.), Boethius in the Middle Ages (pp. 41 - 67). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff/Brill.

1996

Nauta, L. (1996). Platonic and Cartesian Philosophy in the Commentary on Boethius' `Consolatio Philosophiae' by Pierre Cally. British Journal for the History of Philosophy, 1, 79-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/09608789608570932
Nauta, L. (1996). The Preexistence of the Soul in Medieval Thought. Recherches de Theologie ancienne et medievale, 93-135. https://doi.org/10.2143/rtpm.63.0.525864

1995

Nauta, L. (1995). Dante en de grenzen van de middeleeuwse hermeneutiek. Theoretische Geschiedenis, 4, 419 - 441.
Nauta, L. (1995). Enkele opmerkingen over de rol van analogie in de natuurfilosofie van Willem van Conches en Descartes. In M. R. ter Hark, P. S. Hasper, & R. G. Hilbrands (Eds.), Congresbundel Filosofiedag Groningen 1995 (pp. 113 - 117). Delft: Eburon.
Nauta, L. (1995). Huizinga's Lente der Middeleeuwen. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 1, 3 - 23.

1994

Nauta, L. (1994). Recensie van E. Grant, 'Planets, Stars and Orbs. The Medieval Cosmos 1200-1687'. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 1994, 600 - 602.
Nauta, L. (1994). Recensie van M. Fox, 'Interpreting Maimonides. Studies in Methodology, Metaphysics and Moral Philosophy'. Theoretische Geschiedenis, 2, 193 - 195.
Nauta, L. (1994). Recensie van P. Zambelli, ' The 'Speculum Astronomiae' and its Enigma. Astrology, Theology and Science in Albertus Magnus and his Contemporaries. Tijdschrift voor Geschiedenis, 82 - 84.

1993

Nauta, L. (1993). Antwoord aan Ankersmit. Theoretische Geschiedenis, 20(4), 534-537.
Nauta, L. (1993). Een postmodern levensgevoel: Ankersmit over de historische ervaring. Theoretische Geschiedenis, 20(3), 283-290.
Nauta, L., & Minnis, A. (1993). 'More Platonico loquitur': What Nicholas Trevet really did to William of Conches. In A. Minnis (Ed.), Chaucer's 'Boece' and the Medieval Tradition of Boethius (pp. 1-33). Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer.
Nauta, L. (1993). Recensie van Boethius. De Vertroosting van de filosofie, door R.F.M. Brouwer; Boethius. Trost der Philosophie, hrsg. E. Gegenschatz und O. Gigon. Theoretische Geschiedenis, 20(4), 462-464.
Nauta, L. (1993). The Thirteenth-Century Revision of William of Conches's Commentary on Boethius. In A. Minnis (Ed.), Chaucer's 'Boece' and the Medieval Tradition of Boethius (pp. 189-191). Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer.
Nauta, L. (1993). Trevet's Use of the Boethian Commentary Tradition. In A. Minnis (Ed.), Chaucer's 'Boece' and the Medieval Tradition of Boethius (pp. 192-196). Cambridge: Boydell & Brewer.

1992

Nauta, L. (1992). Filosofie (ca. 100 lemmata). In G. A. Kohnstamm, & H. C. Cassee (Eds.), Het Cultureel Woordenboek (pp. 169-178). Baarn.
Nauta, L. (1992). Recensie van Johannes Buridanus. De Ethiek, vertaald door H. Krop. Theoretische Geschiedenis, 19(1), 80-82.

1990

Nauta, L. (1990). Recensie van P. Dronke (ed.), A History of Twelfth-Century Western Philosophy. Theoretische Geschiedenis, 17(1), 77-80.
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