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Hackett, Jeremiah, 1983, “Roger Bacon”, Dictionary of the Middle Ages, New York, Scribner’s Sons: II, 35–42.

Hackett, J., 1986, “Practical Wisdom and Happiness in Moral Philosophy of Roger Bacon” Medioevo, 12: 55-110.

Hackett, J. (1987), “Moral, Philosophy and Rethoric in Roger Bacon”, Philosophy and Rethoric 20: 18-40.

Hackett, J. and Maloney, T.S., 1987, “A Roger Bacon Bibliography (1957-1985), The New Scholasticism, 61/2: 184-207.

Hackett, J., 1988, “Averroes and Roger Bacon on the Harmony of Religion and Philosophy”, in A Straight Path. Studies in Medieval Philosophy and Culture, Essays in Honor of Arthur Hyman,  R.Link-Salinger et al. eds., Washington, The Catholic University of America Press: 98-112.

Hackett, J., 1991, “Philosophy and Theology in Roger Bacon’s ‘Opus Maius”, in Philosophy and the God of Abraham. Essays in Memory of James Weisheipl OP, R. James Long ed., Toronto, PIMS: 55-71.

Hackett, J. 1992, “Roger Bacon”, in Medieval Philosophers, J. Hackett ed.,(Dictionary of Literary Biography, 115), Detroit/London, Gale: 90–102.

Hackett, J., 1994, “Roger Bacon ( 1214/20;d. 1292)”, in Individuation in Scholasticism. The Latere Middle Ages and the Counter-Reformation, 1150-1650, J.J.E.Garcia ed., Albany, SUNY Press: 117-40.

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Hackett, J. 1998, “Experientia, experimentum and Perception  of Objects in Space: Roger Bacon”, in Raum und Raumvorstellungen im Mittelater, J.Aertsen-A. Speer (eds.), Berlin, De Gruyter: 101-120.

Hackett, J., 2004, “Robert Grosseteste and Roger Bacon on the Posterior Analytics”, in Erkenntnis und Wissenschaft.  Knowledge and Science,M. Lutz-Bachmann, A. Fidora, P. Antolic eds., Berlin, Akademie Verlag: 161-212.

Hackett, J., 2005, “Roger Bacon and the Reception of Aristotle in the Thirteenth Century: An Introduction to His Criticism of Averroes”, in Albertus Magnus und die Anfänge der Aristoteles-Rezeption im lateinischen Mittelalter / Albertus Magnus and the Beginnings of the Medieval Reception of Aristotle in the Latin West, L. Honnefelder, R. Wood, M. Dreyer, M.A. Aris, eds, Münster, Aschendorff Verlag: 219–248.

Hackett, J., 2006, “Mirrors of Princes, Errors of Philosophers: Roger Bacon and Giles of Rome (Aegidius Romanus) on the Education of the Government (the Prince)” in Ireland, England and the Continent in the Middle Ages and Beyond: Essays in Memory of a Turbulent Friar, F. X. Martin, OSA, H.B. Clarke and J.R.S. Phillips eds., Dublin, University College Dublin Press:105–127.

Hackett, J., 2006, “Experience and Demonstration in Roger Bacon: A Critical Review of Some Modern Interpretations”, in Erfahrung und Beweis: Die Wissenschaften von der Natur im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert / Experience and Demonstration: The Sciences of Nature in the 13th and 14th Centuries, A.Fidora, M. Lutz-Bachmann eds., Berlin, Akademie Verlag: 41–58.

Hackett, J., 2006, “Perception and Intellect in Roger Bacon and John Pecham”, in: Intellect and imagination dans la philosophie médiévale, Turnhout, Brepols: 1231-39.

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Hackett, J., 2013, “Roger Bacon on Animal Knowledge in the Perspectiva”, in Philosophical Psychology in Arabic Thought and The Latin Aristotelianism of the 13th Century, L.X. López-Farjeat, J.A. Tellkamp eds., Paris, Vrin: 23–42.

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Hackett, J. 2016, “From Sapientes antiqui at Lincoln to the New Sapientes moderni at Paris, ca. 1260-1280. Roger Bacon’s Two Circles of Scholars”, in Robert Grosseteste and the Pursuit, pp. 120-42.

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