PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH
- - Between Canterbury and Rome. The Greatness of God as a Means
of Transcending Human Limits in Saint Anselm's Thought, in The
European Dimensions of St. Anselm's Thinking. Proceedings of the
Conference organized by the Anselm-Society and the Institute of
Philosophy of Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague,
April 27-30, 1992 (edited by J. Zumr - Vilém Herold),
Institute of Philosophy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech
Republic, Prague 1993, p. 41-64.
- - Authority and Reason in Saint Anselm's Life and Thought, in:
Anselm: Aosta, Bec, Canterbury, Papers in Commemoration of the
Nine-Hundredth Anniversary of Anselm's Enthronement as Archbishop,
25 September 1093. Edited by D. E. Luscombe & G. R. Evans,
Sheffield, 1996, p. 172-208.
- - International Bibliography - Anselm of Canterbury. Klaus
Kienzler in cooperation with Eduardo Briancesco, Walter
Fröhlich, Helmut Kohlenberger, Frederick Van Fleteren,
Coloman Viola. (Anselm Studies Volume IV), The Edwin Mellen Press,
Lewiston-Queenston-Lampeter, 1999, 201 pp.
- - Saint Anselm, the Theologian of the Greatness of God. In
Saint Augustin's footsteps. A commemoration of the nine hundredth
anniversary of his enthronement on the archiepiscopal see of
Canterbury, in: Hermathena. A Trinity College Dublin Review, 2000,
- - Saint Anselm, a Thinker for Yesterday and Today. Anselm's
Thought Viewed by Our Contemporaries.Proceedings of the
International Anselm Conference, Centre National de Recherche
Scientifique, Paris. Under the Haut Patronage of Ý Henri
Cardinal de Lubac. (Texts and Studies in Religion, Volume 90)
Anselm Studies V, Edited by Coloman Viola and Frederick Van
Fleteren, The Edwin Mellen Press, Lewiston
(N.Y.)-Queenston-Lampeter 2002, XXII-572 pp.
- - Rationality from Saint Augustine to Saint Anselm.
Proceedings of the International Anselm Conference, 20-23 June
2002, Piliscsaba, Ed. by Coloman Viola & Joseph Kormos,
Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem,
Filozófiai Intézet Kiadója, 12004.
- - Saint Anselm of Canterbury: a Peaceful Defender of Religious
Freedom. In The 19th World Congress of the International
Association for the History of Religions (IAHR) 24-30 Maarch Tokyo