This is the third volume of our special series dedicated to Saint Gregory Palamas. The fact that Analogia’s invitation to an issue dedicated to Saint Gregory Palamas has yielded so many academic responses of a high scholarly level has been exceptionally encouraging and revealing. The quality of many of the received articles obliges us to announce a fourth and final volume that will follow the present publication. We hope that these issues will be thought-provoking, and will make the discussion of Palamite work more substantial and profound.
Table of Contents:
1. Eudaimonia, Apatheia, Ataraxia and Hesychasm: How St Gregory Palamas’ Views on Hesychasm and Asceticism Solve Problems with the Often-Misunderstood Ancient Greek Moral Concepts of Eudaimonia, Apatheia, and Ataraxia, CONSTANTINOS ATHANASOPOULOS
2. The Notion of Eros (Love) and the Presence of St Augustine in the Works of St Gregory Palamas Revisited, ALEXANDROS CHOULIARAS
3. Gregory Palamas and George Scholarios: John Duns Scotus' Differentiation Between Substance and Energy and the Sources of the Palamite Tradition, GEORGI KAPRIEV
4. 'Political Hesychasm' and the Foundational Structure of the Russian State, ANTOINE LÉVY
5. The Authority of Experience in The Hesychast Saints According to St Gregory Palamas: The Relationship Between Ontology and Epistemology Revisited, IVANA NOBLE
6. The Use of Human Reason and Noetic Energy According to Saint Gregory, ARCHIMANDRITE EPHRAIM