Syros, Vasileios

Syros, V. (2013). Galenic Medicine and Social Balance in Early Modern Florence and the Islamic Empires. Journal of Early Modern History, 17 (2), 161-213. doi:10.1163/15700658-12342361

Syros, V. (2012). Marsilius of Padua at the Intersection of Ancient and Medieval Traditions of Political Thought. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Syros, V. (2012). Shadows in heaven and clouds on earth: The emergence of social life and political authority in the early modern islamic empires. Viator, 43 (2), 377-406.

Syros, V. (2012). Indian Emergencies: Baranī’s Fatāwā-i Jahāndārī, the Diseases of the Body Politic, and Machiavelli’s accidenti. Philosophy East and West, 62 (4), 545-573.

Syros, V. (2012). An Early Modern South Asian Thinker on the Rise and Decline of States and Empires: Shah Wali Allah of Delhi, the Mughals, and the Byzantines. Journal of World History, 23 (4), 793-840.

Syros, V. (Ed.). (2011). Well Begun is Only Half Done: Tracing Aristotle’s Political Ideas in Medieval Arabic, Syriac, Byzantine, and Jewish Sources. Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center fo Medieval & Renaissance Studies. Medieval Confluences Series, 1.

Syros, V. (2011). Founders and Kings Versus Orators: Medieval and Early Modern Views on the Origins of Social Life. Viator, 42 (1), 383-407.

Syros, V. (2011). Did the Physician from Padua Meet the Rabbi from Cordoba?: Marsilius of Padua and Moses Maimonides on the Political Utility of Religion. Revue des Études Juives, 170 (1-2), 51-71.

Syros, V. (2010). Between Chimera and Charybdis: Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Views on the Political Organization of the Italian City-States. Journal of Early Modern History, 14 (5), 451-504.

Syros, V. (2010). LINGUISTIC CONTEXTUALISM AND MEDIEVAL POLITICAL THOUGHT: QUENTIN SKINNER ON MARSILIUS OF PADUA. History of Political Thought, 31 (4), 691-708.

Syros, V. (2010). Political treatises. In Handbook of Medieval Studies: Terms – Methods – Trends (pp. 1997-2018). Berlin: de Gruyter.

Syros, V. (2010). Forgotten commentators society: Aristotle's Political Ideas in Arabic, Syriac, Byzantine, and Jewish Garb. In V. Syros (Ed.), Well Begun is only Half Done: Tracing Aristotle's Political Ideas in Medieval Arabic, Syriac, Byzantine, and Jewish Sources (pp. 1-16). Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center fo Medieval & Renaissance Studies.