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41. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Dionysios Skliris Aristotelian Influences on Plotinus’ Concept of the Intellect
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Vukašin Milićević A Contribution to the Understanding of the Mutual Definition of the Aeon and Time in Ambigua 10
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In this paper, I will propose an interpretation of the mutual definition of aeon and time from St. Maximus’ Amb. 10 based on its conceptual and contextual proximity to another one that we find in Ad Thalassium 61 and which deals with the concepts of monad and myriad. I will try to show in which way, through these definitions of aeon and time and monad and myriad, St. Maximus gives us a logical device and frame for his christologicaly founded doctrine of the divinization of man.
43. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Christos Terezis, Lydia Petridou The Question on the Divine Distinction and the Divine Energies in Gregory Palamas
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In this study, focusing our attention on Gregory Palamas’ treatise under the title Περί θείας ενώσεως και διακρίσεως, we attempt to investigate, first of all, the volitional nature and the polymorphism of the divine energies and their relation to the divine essence. We also attempt to approach the divine distinction as a good “procession” and to prove, relying exclusively on the Christian thinker’s text, the inconsistencies according to his view that arise from the positions supported by Barlaam and Akindynos regarding the fact that the (divine) distinction is a creature. Regarding the matter on distinction, we conclude that it is a concept with a clearly different meaning when it comes to divine matters from the meaning that it gets when it concerns the created reality. From the gnoseological point of view, we focus our attention on the fact that the created beings are a source of knowledge for the revealed divine power-energy.
44. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Christina Danko Hume, Kant and Kierkegaard: An Unlikely Trio
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At a time when certain scholars insist that the self does not exist and is not worth discussing, a return to the work of Kierkegaard proves valuable insofar as he considers this topic without appeal to abstractions and instead by way of lived experiences. My paper argues that we gain crucial insights into what constitutes Kierkegaard’s lived self by considering the trajectory of a debate between two of his most prominent predecessors, Hume and Kant. From Hume we gain an account of the problem of thinking the self abstractly (i.e., the paradox of the bundle of perceptions having to be itself a perception) and how this problem vaguely connects to the passions. From Kant we gain an account of the psychological morality framing the self and the radical evil at its heart. I suggest that Kierkegaard builds on these accounts by synthesizing their abstract components in an embodied, dynamic context, showing (not telling) how the self can be presented in everyday experiences.
45. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Maksim Vasiljević Idealizing Politics Abolishes the Eschaton: On Democracy, Human Rights, and Human Dignity
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46. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Jörg Splett „Wahre Werte“: Zu einem Buch von Stephen Green
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Romilo Knežević Surprising God: An Ontological Proposition for Creative Monasticism
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48. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Heinrich Beck Astrologie in philosophischer Sicht
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Bogoljub Šijaković Κριτική του βαλκανιστικού λόγου: Συμβολή στη φαινομε-νολογία της «ετερότητος» της Βαλκανικής
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Kateřina Bauerová, Timothy Noble Orthodoxy in the West: Report on a Five-Year Research Project
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51. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Georgios Vlantis The Ways of Orthodox Theology in the West
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52. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Marko Vilotić Philosophisch-theologische Studien von Wolfgang Speyer
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53. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Rade Kisić Zwischen Traum und Wirklichkeit, Zeit und Ewigkeit: Der Mensch als das Wesen des „Zwischen“
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54. Philotheos: Volume > 17
Nenad Božović Gesetz und Freiheit, Bedingtes und Unbedingtes: Zum Gegensatz in Mensch und Wirklichkeit
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Rastko Jović Scaffolds of the Church: Towards Poststructural Ecclesiology
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Dragiša Jerkić Dialog 2.0 – Braucht der orthodox-katholische Dialog neue Impulse?
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57. Philotheos: Volume > 16
Wolfgang Speyer Bedingtheit und Unbedingtheit der Freiheit
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58. Philotheos: Volume > 16
Alois Maria Haas Engel – ‘überall und nirgendwo’?
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59. Philotheos: Volume > 16
Wilhelm Just „Wo ist der Vater?“
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60. Philotheos: Volume > 16
Goran D. Mladenović The Synthesis of Royal and Messianic Verses in Psalm 143: A Psalm of David [MT: Psalm 144]
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A Psalter consists of a number of royal and messianic psalms which should not be separated from each other. Their poetic structure is very similar, but their content is different. Except for the structure which is characteristic of the songs with the royal theme, Psalm 143 mentions the golden age of peace and plenty and simultaneously directs readers’ attention towards the coming of the new David-Messiah. The narrator takes on the role of the prayer representing his people, praying for the victory on the eve of a decisive battle.