Analogia Analogia


St Maximus the Confessor Vol 2

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Publisher Description

In recent years we have witnessed an explosion of dissertations, conferences, workshops, books, collections of essays, and papers—most of which are of high academic quality—dedicated to various aspects of the Confessor’s theology. Following this rich harvest, there is no doubt that Maximus represents one of the spiritual peaks of Christian theology. No future expressions of Christian theology, worthy of its name, can afford to ignore his thought. Indeed, perhaps no Christian intellectual engagement with modern ideas and difficulties will be convincing unless it also takes into account his extremely creative and challenging theological suggestions. However, no one can really and ultimately follow Maximus’ example unless he is himself creative and ground-breaking, in both an academic and existential sense. The Maximian fountain is inexhaustible precisely because his work is not merely the achievement of a good academic, but the immense feat of a Christian martyr.

Table of Contents:

1. Maximus the Confessor, Dionysius the Areopagite, and the Transformation of Christian Neoplatonism, MAXIMOS CONSTAS
2. ‘All in all’ (1 Cor 15:28): Aspects of the Unity between God and Creation According to St Maximus the Confessor, VLADIMIR CVETKOVIĆ
3. How Can We Be Nothing?: The Concept of Non-being in Athanasius and Maximus the Confessor, EMMA BROWN DEWHURST
4. Desire and the Practical Part of the Soul according to Maximus the Confessor, NEVENA DIMITROVA
5. Moral Judgement in Maximus the Confessor: Reflections on an Analogical Ethic, DEMETRIOS HARPER
6. The Mystery of Christ: God’s Eternal Gospel towards Humankind and the World, ATANASIJE JEVTIĆ
7. Dialogical Nature, Enousion Person, and Non-ecstatic Will in St Maximus the Confessor: The Conclusion of a Long Debate, NIKOLAOS LOUDOVIKOS
8. Wisdom as an Epistemological and Anthropological Concept in Byzantine Philosophy: Paradigms from Dionysius the Areopagite, Maximus the Confessor, and Photius the Great, SMILEN MARKOV
9. ‘Union without Confusion’: Nemesius of Emesa and Maximus the Confessor on the Christological Implications of the Relationship between Soul and Body, SEBASTIAN MATEIESCU
10. Rethinking the Problem of Sexual Difference in Ambiguum 41, SOTIRIS MITRALEXIS
11. From Domination to Impassibility: Overcoming the Dialectic between Dominator and Dominated according to the Thought of St Maximus the Confessor (c. 580–662), DIONYSIOS SKLIRIS

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