Bernie Cantens, Ph.D 

Professor of the Philosophy at Moravian College

Major Publications and Unpublished Works

Philosophy and Law in Renaissance Spain.

Forthcoming in Brill Companion to the Spanish Renaissance 


(1) Review of Grffiths, Paul J. Problems of Religious Diversity. Exploring the Philosophy of Religion, for Theological Studies 63 June (2002): 435.

(2) Review of Flannery, Kevin, L. S.J. Acts Amid Precepts for Louvain Studies 28(2003): 384-93.  

(3) Review of Deely, John. What Distinguishes Human Understanding?  for The Review of Metaphysics  57 (2003): 145-8.

(4) Review of Shanley, Brian J. O.P.  The Thomist Tradition for Theological Studies 64 (2003): 205-6.

(5) Review of Dekker, Eef. Middle Knowledge for American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 78 (2004): 499-503.

(6) Review of Ward, Roger. Conversion in American Philosophy for Transactions of the Charles Sanders Peirce Society 42 (2005): 444-50.

(7) Review of Annuario filosofĂ­co: pragmatismo hispanico for Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 44(4) (2008): 739-47.

(8) Review of Alvin Plantinga and Michael Tooley, Knowledge of God for American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 84(3) (2010): 644-7.

(9) Review of Jorge J. E. Gracia, Forging People: Race Ethnicity, and Nationality in Hispanic American and Latino/a Thought for Choice, 2012.

(10) Review of Robert Schwartz, Rethinking Pragmatism: From William James to Contemporary Philosophy for Choice, 2013.

(11) Review of F. Thomas Burke, What Pragmatism Was for Choice, 2014.