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81. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Heinrich Beck „Warum ist überhaupt etwas und nicht vielmehr nichts?“
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82. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Andre M. Archie Analogy and Structure in two of Plato’s Dialogues: Early and Middle
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83. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Jelena Femić Kasapis Ὁ ὅρος μύστης στὴν προχριστιανική του χρήση
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Εἰς τὴν παρούσαν ἐργασίαν ἐκτίθενται ἐνδεικτικὰ χωρία τοῦ ὅρου μύστης, ἔτσι ὅπως εἶχε διαμορφωθεῖ ἡ χρήση του καὶ oἱ σημασιολογικὲς ἀποχρώσεις ποὺ λαμβάνει σὲ χωρία ἀρχαίων συγγραφέων. Παρουσιάζονται ἕξι χωρία, τὰ ὁποῖα ἀποδεικνύουν ὅτι ὁ μύστης ἦταν μέτοχος καὶ πλῆρες μέλος τῶν μυστηριακῶν λατρειῶν, ὄχι μόνο τῶν Μυστηρίων, ἀλλὰ καὶ τῶν ὀργίων. Κάθε χωρίο ἀκολουθείται ἀπὸ μετάφραση σὲ μία ἀπὸ τὶς σύγχρονες γλῶσσες. Ἀπὸ τὸ χωρίο τοῦ Ἀριστοφάνη προκύπτει ὅτι ὁ ὅρος ἀρχικὰ εἶχε διατυπωθεῖ ὡς ἐπίθετο καὶ ὄχι ὡς οὐσιαστικό. Ὡς τέτοιο μέρος τοῦ λόγου, λειτουργεῖ καὶ ὡς προσωνυμία (ἐπωνυμία) τῶν ἀρχαίων θεοτήτων. Παρ΄ὅλο ποὺ ἡ σημασιολογία του δείχνει νοηματικὴ διαφάνεια, ἡ ἐτυμολογία τοῦ ὅρου παραμένει ἀνεπαρκῶς προσδιορισμένη. Στὰ ἐτυμολογικὰ λεξικὰ δὲν ἀποτελεῖ ξεχωριστὸ λῆμμα, ἀλλὰ συγκαταλέγεται στὰ ὀνοματικὰ παράγωγα τοῦ ῥήματος μύω.This paper presents indicative quotations of the term mystes. They are taken from the texts of ancient writers, focusing on the way its use and its semasiological aspects were formed. Six excerpts are selected to assess the fact that mystes was an active participant and a full member of the ancient Mystery cults, not only of the Mysteries, but of the Orgies, too. Most quotations are followed by their interpretation in English or French. Aristophanes’ fragment leads to conclusion that initially the term was introduced and formulated rather as an adjective, than as a noun. As such, it serves as a name, title, or cognomen, referring to ancient deities. Although its semasiology indicates rather intelligible transparency, its etymology remains insufficiently determined. In etymological dictionaries it is not presented as a separate lemma, but is assumed to be a noun derivative of a verb, thus presented s.v. μύω [mýō].
84. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Adriana Neacșu Le rapport entre l’homme et les dieux dans la pratique de la theurgie
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85. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Katharina Comoth Nero als Apollo Citharoedus und Apocalypsis Ioannis 13,18
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86. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Christos Térézis, Lydia Kassi Les thèses de Proclus à propos de l’écologie
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87. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Rodoljub Kubat The Theology of the “Free Slaves”
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88. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Marina Stojanović On the Genre of Commentary in the Biblical Exegesis
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89. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Vladan Tatalović Die Berührungspunkte der traditionellen und narrativen Exegese des Johannesevangeliums
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90. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Mikonja Knežević Ἐξ ἀμφοῖν. Cyril of Alexandria and Polemics over filioque of Gregory Palamas
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91. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Dragan Radić Ἡ ἑρμηνευτική μέθοδος τοῦ Θεοδωρήτου Κύρου: Μία προσπάθεια πρός ἐπίτευξη τῆς ἰσορροπίας μεταξύ ἱστορισμοῦ καί ἀλληγορίας, μεταξύ γράμματος καί πνεύματος
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The aim of this paper is to demonstrate the hermeneutical method of Theodoret of Cyrus, who was one of the most important Biblical commentators and an influential theologian of the School of Antioch. This paper attempts to point out the fact that in the person of the Blessed Theodoret we find the first attempt of synthesis between the Antioch and Alexandria hermeneutical schools. In his hermeneutical work Theodoret attempted to overcome the contradictions existing up to that point and to follow a middle way, without discarding neither the literal nor the spiritual-allegorical interpretation. It could be argued that Theodoret rejected the extreme hermeneutical trends of both the Alexandrian and Antioch inspirations; he developed his unique methods and tactics, which were rooted in the previous patristic tradition of the Church Fathers.
92. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Aleksandar Stojanović Οἱ Σιναΐτες Πατέρες καί ἡ εὐαγριανή διδασκαλία
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This article deals with the relationship of the Sinaitic Fathers and Evagrius of Pont. On the one hand, their main representative St. John Climacus strongly criticized some Evagrius’ fallacies, while on the other hand used thе good side of his ascetic teachings. Furthermore, the specificity of location of the Sinai Monastery resulted that God seeing, contemplation and theology exercised through the Sinaitic Fathers became ideals of the ascetical spirituality. All these ideals originate in ascetical teaching of Evagrius whose correct teachings and soul-benefit readings, at first, were acknowledged by the Fathers of Gaza. Later it was passed onto the Fathers from Sinai and ultimately unto the all ascetical tradition primarily unto the Neptic tradition.
93. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Nichifor Tănase Logic and Spirituality to Maximus the Confessor: The divine logoi and uncreated energies into “onto-tropo-logical” soteriology of the Confessor
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94. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Jovan Ćulibrk The Prophet of the Uncreated Light?: The Image of the Prophet Elijah in Gori·ki zbornik and the Hebrew Tradition
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95. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Predrag Čičovački On Artistic Genius and the Main Function of Art
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96. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Marko Vilotić Some Critical Reflections on Rahner’s Philosophical Project
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97. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Jörg Splett Annunziazione – Mariä Verkündigung
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98. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Andrej Jeftić “Theory-ladenness” in Thomas F. Torrance’s Epistemological Realism
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99. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Blagoje Pantelić Žižek, Chesterton and Job: The Question of Suffering
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100. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Aleksandar Djakovac Eschatological Realism: A Christian View on Culture, Religion and Violence
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