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Personhood in the Byzantine Christian Tradition: Early, Medieval, and Modern Perspectives

Personhood in the Byzantine Christian Tradition: Early, Medieval, and Modern Perspectives

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Wydawnictwo Taylor & Francis Ltd
Data wydania 17/04/2018
Liczba stron 202
Forma publikacji książka w twardej oprawie
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ISBN 9781472472786
Kategorie Historia klasyczna/klasyczna cywilizacja, Filozofia i religia, Kościoły ortodoksyjne i chrześcijańskie
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Bringing together international scholars from across a range of linked disciplines to examine the concept of the person in the Greek Christian East, Personhood in the Byzantine Christian Tradition stretches in its scope from the New Testament to contemporary debates surrounding personhood in Eastern Orthodoxy. Attention is paid to a number of pertinent areas that have not hitherto received the scholarly attention they deserve, such as Byzantine hymnography and iconology, the work of early miaphysite thinkers, as well as the relevance of late Byzantine figures to the discussion. Similarly, certain long-standing debates surrounding the question are revisited or reframed, whether regarding the concept of the person in Maximus the Confessor, or with contributions that bring patristic and modern Orthodox theology into dialogue with a variety of contemporary currents in philosophy, moral psychology, and political science. In opening up new avenues of inquiry, or revisiting old avenues in new ways, this volume brings forward an important and on-going discussion regarding concepts of personhood in the Byzantine Christian tradition and beyond, and provides a key stimulus for further work in this field.

Personhood in the Byzantine Christian Tradition: Early, Medieval, and Modern Perspectives

Spis treści

Introduction


Alexis Torrance and Symeon Paschalidis








Section I - Ancient Christian, Early Byzantine





1 Personal relationship as a prerequisite for moral imitation according to the Apostle Paul


Christos Karakolis





2 Emotional "scripts" and personal moral identity: insights from the Greek Fathers


Paul M. Blowers





3 Personhood in miaphysitism: Severus of Antioch and John Philoponus


Johannes Zachhuber








Section II - Early to Middle Byzantine





4 Hypostasis, person and individual according to St Maximus the Confessor, with


reference to the Cappadocians and St John of Damascus


Jean-Claude Larchet





5 Mary, the Mother of God, in dialogue: the drama of personal encounter in the Byzantine liturgical tradition


Mary B. Cunningham





6 Personification in Byzantine hymnography: kontakia and canons


Damaskinos Olkinuora








Section III - Late Byzantine





7 The exemplar of consubstantiality: St. Gregory Palamas' hesychast as an expression of a microcosmic approach to personhood


Demetrios Harper





8 Nicholas Cabasilas of Thessaloniki: the historical dimension of the person


Marie-Helene Congourdeau





9 Freedom, necessity and the laws of nature in the thought of Gennadios Scholarios


Matthew C. Briel








Section IV - Modern





10 Flesh and Spirit: divergent Orthodox readings of the iconic body in Byzantium


and the twentieth century


Evan Freeman





11 Nikos Nissiotis, the "theology of the '60s" and personhood: continuity or discontinuity?


Nikolaos Asproulis





12 Eastern Christian conceptions of personhood and their political significance


Nicolas Prevelakis





13 Consubstantial Selves: a discussion between Orthodox personalism, existential psychology, Heinz Kohut, and Jean-Luc Marion


Nicholas Loudovikos

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