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Publisher Description

In an attempt to engage with the modern understanding of such a fertile enterprise as Byzantine Philosophy, Analogia offers this first collection of distinguished essays written by promising experts of the younger generation. Table of Contents: 1. Themistius on ‘Prime Matter’, Aristotle, and the ‘Unwritten Doctrines’ ascribed to Plato, ELISA CODA 2. Aristotelian attraction and repulsion in Byzantium, PANTELIS GOLITSIS 3. Simplicius on the principal meaning of physis in Aristotle’s Physics II. 1–3, MELINA G. MOUZALA 4. Aristotle’s Rhetoric in the Manuals of Byzantine Rhetoric, SOTIRIA A. TRIANTARI 5. Visions of political philosophy in the ‘Commentary on Aristotle’s Politics’ by Michael of Ephesus, ILIAS VAVOURAS 6. BOOK REVIEWS The Christian Liturgical Papyri: An Introduction by Ágnes T. Mihálykó, GREGORY S. PAULSON

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
RELEASED
2019
October 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
112
Pages
PUBLISHER
St Maxim the Greek Institute
SIZE
3.3
MB

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