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Thu Oct 16 17:50:40 2014 UTClccn-n500288220.25The physics of angels : exploring the realm where science and spirit meet /0.570.88Expressing the inexpressible in Lyotard and Pseudo-dionysius : bearing witness as spiritual exercise /106211622n 5002882264199Areopagita.Areopagita, Dionysius ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Areopagita, Dionysius, Saint, 1st centAreopagita, Dionysius, svētais, 1. gs.Corpus DionysianumDenis, l'AréopagiteDenis l'Aréopagite auteur prétenduDenis l'Aréopagite ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Denys de l'Aréopage ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Denys, de l'Aréopage, ca. 500 na ChrDenys, l'AréopagiteDenys l'Aréopagite (auteur prétendu ; 4..-5..).Denys l'Aréopagite (auteur prétendu) ca 500 e.Kr.Denys l'Aréopagite ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Denys, l'Aréopagite, ca. 500 na ChrDenys, l'Aréopagite, Pseudo-, ca. 500 na ChrDenys l'Aréopagite saint auteur prétenduDenys, l'Aréopagite, svētais, 1. gs.Deonise, ca. 500 na ChrDionigi Areopagita auteur prétenduDionigi Areopagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionigi, Areopagita, PseudoDionigi, Areopagita, Pseudo-, ca. 500 na ChrDionigi Areopagita, pseudo, sec. V-VIDionigi, l'AreopagitaDionigi l'Areopagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionigi l'Areopagita <pseudo->Dionigi <pseudo->Dionisie Areopagitul ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionisiĭ, Areopagit, Pseudo-Dionisio, AreopagitaDionisio, Areopagita, ca. 500 na ChrDionisio, Areopagita, PseudoDionisio el Areopagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionisio, el Areopagita, SantoDionisio, Pseudo-AreopagitaDionisios, AreopagitaDionisius Areopagita.Dionizy Areopagita.Dionizyusz Areopagita.Dionysios Areiopagites ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionýsios Areopagita, 5./6. stol.Dionysios Areopagita auteur prétenduDionysios Areopagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysios, Areopagita, ca. 500 na ChrDionýsios Areopagita, ctihodný, 5./6. stol.Dionysios Areopagiten, ca 500 e.Kr.Dionysios Areopagites ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysios Bischof ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysios ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysios der Areopagite ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysios ho Areopagitēs ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysios Paulusschüler ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysios, Pseudo-AreopagitesDionysios von Athen ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius.Dionysius Aeropagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius Areopagita.Dionysius Areopagita auteur prétenduDionysius Areopagita, ca 500 e.Kr.Dionysius, Areopagita, ca. 500 na ChrDionysius Areopagita, heiliger, 5./6. stol.Dionysius Areopagita, Pseudo-Dionysius Areopagita, Saint, 1st centDionysius Areopagita saint auteur prétenduDionysius Areopagita, svatý, 5./6. stol.Dionysius, Areopagita, svētais, 1. gs.Dionysius Atheniensis ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius, de Areopagiet, ca. 500 na ChrDionysius, de Areopagiet, Pseudo-, ca. 500 na ChrDionysius Gazäus ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius MysticusDionysius Mysticus ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius, Mysticus, ca. 500 na ChrDionysius, Pseudo-AreopagitaDionysius, Saint, 1st centDionysius Sanctus ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius Syrus ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius the Areopagite auteur prétenduDionysius the Areopagite ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Dionysius, the Areopagite, ca. 500 na ChrDionysius, the Areopagite, svētais, 1. gs.Ps. Dionysius, svētais, 1. gs.Pseudo-Denys ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Pseudo-Denys, l&#x02bc;AréopagitePseudo-Denys l'AréopagitePseudo-Dionigi, AreopagitaPseudo-Dionís AreopagitaPseudo-Dionisiĭ, AreopagitPseudo-Dionisio AreopagitaPseudo-Dionísio Areopagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Pseudo Dionisio, el AreopagitaPseudo-Dionizy Areopagita.Pseudo-Dionýsios Areopagita, 5./6. stol.Pseudo-Dionysios Areopagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Pseudo DionysiusPseudo-Dionysius AreopagitaPseudo-Dionysius Areopagita ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Pseudo-Dionysius Areopagita, ca 500 e.Kr.Pseudo-Dionysius, ca. 500 na ChrPseudo-Dionysius de Areopagiet ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Pseudo-Dionysius, sec. V-VIPseudo-Dionysius, the Areopagite, ca 500 e.Kr.Psevdo-Dionise, AreopagelisaPsevdo-Dionisii︠a︡, AreopagitaSaintDenys l'Aréopagite ca. 1. bzw. 5./6. Jh.Ареопагит, Дионисий, svētais, 1. gs.Дионисий, Ареопагит, svētais, 1. gs.ܩܕܝܫܐ ܕܝܘܢܘܣܝܘܣ ܐܪܐܦܐܓܝܛܘܣcontainsVIAFID/307433398Dionysius, the Areopagite, Saint, active 1st centurylccn-n85346653Rorem, Pauledtlccn-n50027329Dillon, John M.lccn-n2006067684Wear, Sarah Kliteniclccn-nr89018378Suchla, Beate Reginaothauitrledtlccn-n80121052Louth, Andrewlccn-no2002094704Perl, Eric Davidlccn-n81107179Luibhéid, Colmtrllccn-no2009029789Mohamed, Feisal G.(Feisal Gharib)1974-lccn-n82024644Ritter, Adolf Martinothedtlccn-n79007198Proclusapproximately 410-485Pseudo-Dionysiusthe AreopagiteHistoryConcordancesPseudo-Dionysius,--the AreopagiteTheology--Early churchMysticismTheologySacramentsNeoplatonismGod (Christianity)--KnowablenessInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Angels--History of doctrinesEnglish literature--Early modernEnglandReformationChristianity and literatureAngels in literatureSpiritual life--ChristianityGod--NameThomas,--Aquinas, Saint,Providence and government of GodGood and evilSubstance (Philosophy)Prime matter (Philosophy)De malorum subsistentia (Proclus)Proclus,PlatoMysticism--Early churchGod (Christianity)--NameAngels--ChristianityGod--KnowablenessMonasticism and religious ordersMetaphysicsChrismFuneral servicePhysics--Religious aspects--ChristianityPhotonsHildegard,--Saint,John,--Bishop of Scythopolis,Christianity--PhilosophyMysticism--Middle AgesGod (Christianity)--History of doctrines--Early churchMysticism--PsychologyHilduin,--of St. Denis,MysteryNegative theology--ChristianityDe divinis nominibus (Pseudo-Dionysius, the Areopagite)God--NamesLyotard, Jean-François,Christian literature, Early--Greek authorsGod--Religious aspectsSpiritualityChristian literature, Early500599147814791492149614971498149915011502150315151516151915231526153115361538153915401541154215461552155515561557156015611562156515661569157215771578158115851588159215931607160816101615162416261629163216341639164216441653165416571660166616771681169017021715173917501755175617631786178718231836184218431845184818541855185618571865186718691871187418771878188418851886188718891892189418951896189718981899190019071908191019111914191819191920192319261927193119321933193519361937193819401941194219431944194819491950195119531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014210588641524230.14BR65ocn724069231ocn723103431ocn460102015ocn461193732ocn779638165ocn4601020158765ocn015282383book19870.53Pseudo-DionysiusPseudo-Dionysius : the complete works+-+63837645356737ocn025710031book19800.39Pseudo-DionysiusThe divine names ; and, Mystical theologyHistory+-+36777192353245361ocn763160701file20110.35Pseudo-DionysiusIoannis Scythopolitani prologus et scholia in Dionysii Areopagitae librum De divinis nominibus cum additamentis interpretum aliorumThe Corpus Dionysiacum Areopagiticum is a collection of four treatises and ten letters in Greek by Dionysius Areopagita, a Christian author of the 6th century A.D., with marginalia (so-called scholiae). Following the publication of the treatises and the letters as Corpus Dionysiacum Areopagiticum I and II (= PTS 33 and 36), it is planned to present the marginalia as well as their Latin translation (in four volumes as Corpus Dionysiacum Areopagiticum IV 1, IV 2, V 1 and V 2). Volume IV 1 contains the introduction and scholiae by Johannes of Skythopolis on Dionysius Areopagita's De divinis nomini5323ocn815638499com19910.33Pseudo-DionysiusCorpus Dionysiacum35726ocn004405598book19200.66Pseudo-DionysiusDionysius, the Areopagite, on the Divine names and Mystical theologyHistory+-+304590743534114ocn007796683book19540.70Pseudo-DionysiusThe ecclesiastical hierarchy2705ocn000079300book19690.82Hathaway, Ronald FHierarchy and the definition of order in the letters of Pseudo-Dionysius. A study in the form and meaning of the Pseudo-Dionysian writings23511ocn002189371book18970.79Pseudo-DionysiusThe works of Dionysius the AreopagiteHistory1448ocn003324753book19100.77Sharpe, A. BMysticism, its true nature and value : with a translation of the "Mystical theology" of Dionysius, and of the letters to Caius and Dorotheus (1, 2 and 5)+-+431486112514210ocn001146294book19550.74Pseudo-DionysiusDeonise Hid diuinite, and other treatises on contemplative prayer related to The cloud of unknowingHistory+-+23416440351369ocn015865628book19230.66Pseudo-DionysiusThe mystical theology, and the Celestial hierarchies of Dionysius the AreopagiteHistory+-+26383630061283ocn005272989book19370.86Théry, GabrielEtudes Dionysiennes12212ocn016929897book19430.79Pseudo-DionysiusŒuvres complètes du Pseudo-Denys lʼAréopagiteHistory1034ocn029683567book19930.77Nasta, MihaiThesaurus Pseudo-Dionysii Areopagitae : textus Graecus cum translationibus LatinisConcordances1023ocn006034673book19590.79Pseudo-DionysiusPseudo-Dionysii Areopagitae De caelesti hierarchiaHistory974ocn031060655book19940.79Pseudo-DionysiusÜber die mystische Theologie und Briefe976ocn019284268book19880.77Pseudo-DionysiusDie Namen Gottes923ocn000870022book19700.86Pseudo-DionysiusIl testo tachigrafico del De divinis nominibus. (Vat. gr. 1809)864ocn002275779book19370.84Pseudo-DionysiusDionysiaca; recueil donnant l'ensemble des traductions latines des ouvrages attribués au Denys de l'aréopage, et synopse marquant la valeur de citations presque innombrables allant seules depuis trop longtemps; remises enfin dans leur contexte au moyen d'une nomenclature rendue d'un usage très facileHistory843ocn001061894book19570.59Pseudo-DionysiusThe divine names13703ocn065213301file19930.50Rorem, PaulPseudo-Dionysius a commentary on the texts and an introduction to their influenceHistoryDionysius the Areopagite is the peudonymous author of an influential body of early (about 500 AD) Christian theological texts. The Pseudo-Dionysian writings offer a synthesis of Christian dogma and Neo-platonic thought. Their leading idea which has made them the charter of Christian mysticism, is the intimate union between God and the soul and the progressive deification of man. In this book, Paul Rorem examines and elucidates these difficult texts and explores their profound influence on medieval theology both in the East and west. As Rorem shows, the Pseudo-Dionysian writings were regarded almost as a "Summa Theologica" in the Eastern Church. In the West, they were commented on by virtually all of the great medieval theologians. Thomas Aquinas alone cites Dionysius is some 1,700 places. Rorem is co-translator of the 1984 edition (Paulist Press) of the complete Pseudo-Dionysius (the first English-language edition in modern times) and provided the notes, indices, and bibliography. The present book will make these texts more accessible to both scholars and students. A comprehensive bibliography of secondary sources will be included+-+391125046511503ocn341982407file20070.50Wear, Sarah KlitenicDionysius the Areopagite and the Neoplatonist tradition despoiling the HellenesDionysius the Areopagite' is arguably one of the most mysterious and intriguing figures to emerge from the late antique world. Writing around 500 CE, and possibly connected with the circle of Severus of Antioch, Dionysius manipulates a Platonic metaphysics to describe a hierarchical universe. As with the Hellenic Platonists, he arranges the celestial and material cosmos into a series of triadic strata. These strata emanate from one unified being and contain beings that range from superior to inferior, depending on their proximity to God. This metaphysics lends itself to a sacramental system si+-+203851902510538ocn317120052file19890.47Louth, AndrewDenys the AreopagiteHistoryAndrew Louth examines all the traditions on which Denys' work draws: the Fourth Century Greek theologians, pagan philosophy and Syrian Christian thought. The corpus of Denys the Areopagite appeared in the sixth century and have since been deeply influential on Christian thinking both in East and West. Who their author was remains a mystery but in this book Professor Louth documents and comments on his compelling vision of the beauty of God's world and his revelation, together with his profound awareness of the ultimate mystery of the unknowable God who utterly transcends all being+-+K7220917359833ocn179924592file20070.53Perl, Eric DavidTheophany the neoplatonic philosophy of Dionysius the Areopagite+-+K6662964258863ocn647921154file20080.50Mohamed, Feisal GIn the anteroom of divinity the reformation of the angels from Colet to MiltonHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"In the Anteroom of Divinity focuses on the persistence of Pseudo-Dionysian angelology in England's early modern period. Beginning with a discussion of John Colet's commentary on Dionysius's twin hierarchies, Feisal G. Mohamed explores the significance of the Dionysian tradition to the conformism debate of the 1590s through works by Richard Hooker and Edmund Spenser. He then turns to John Donne and John Milton to shed light on their constructions of godly poetics, politics, and devotion, and provides the most extensive study of Milton's angelology in more than fifty years. With new philosophical, theological, and literary insights, this work offers a contribution to intellectual history and the history of religion in critical moments of the English Reformation."--Jacket+-+37424575356284ocn644253518file20090.39Kavvadas, Nestor ChrDie Natur des Schlechten bei Proklos eine Platoninterpretation und ihre Rezeption durch Dionysios AreopagitesHistoryThis book is the first systematic study of Neo-Platonist philosopher Proclus' theory of the bad. Examining Proclus' overall system demonstrates that his critique of Plotinus' attribution of all ill to the material is cogent. Moreover, a comparison between Proclus and Plato shows that the Proclus' theory of the ethical bad can be plausibly construed as an interpretation of Plato's theory of action. Finally, examining the similarities between Dionysius Areopagita's theory of the bad and Proclus' preceding theory allows one to discern which elements of Dionysius' view are of his own creation and which are borrowed from his predecessors+-+25876756683723ocn011929925book19840.77Rorem, PaulBiblical and liturgical symbols within the pseudo-Dionysian synthesis2893ocn025746248book19920.77O'Rourke, FranPseudo-Dionysius and the metaphysics of AquinasHistory+-+39728531752811ocn034356751book19960.25Fox, MatthewThe physics of angels : exploring the realm where science and spirit meetMiscellanea<Div>Fox, an Episcopal priest, and Sheldrake, a biologist, create a profound and intelligent vision of angels for the next millennium.</div>+-+79137151552382ocn039130939book19980.79Rorem, PaulJohn of Scythopolis and the Dionysian corpus : annotating the AreopagiteThis study casts light on the life of John of Scythopolis, the 6th-century theologian who composed a series of annotations to the works attributed to Dionysius the Areopagite whose conversion by St Paul is mentioned in Acts 17:34+-+15241734652306ocn751747571book20110.82Stang, Charles MApophasis and pseudonymity in Dionysius the Areopagite : "no longer I"HistoryThis book examines the writings of an early sixth-century Christian mystical theologian who wrote under the name of a convert of the apostle Paul, Dionysius the Areopagite. This 'Pseudo'-Dionysius is famous for articulating a mystical theology in two parts: a sacramental and liturgical mysticism embedded in the context of celestial and ecclesiastical hierarchies, and an austere, contemplative regimen in which one progressively negates the divine names in hopes of soliciting union with the 'unknown God' or 'God beyond being.' Charles M. Stang argues that the pseudonym and the influence of Paul together constitute the best interpretive lens for understanding the Corpus Dionysiacum [CD]. Stang demonstrates how Paul animates the entire corpus, and shows that the influence of Paul illuminates such central themes of the CD as hierarchy, theurgy, deification, Christology, affirmation (kataphasis) and negation (apophasis), dissimilar similarities, and unknowing. Most importantly, Paul serves as a fulcrum for the expression of a new theological anthropology, an 'apophatic anthropology.' Dionysius figures Paul as the premier apostolic witness to this apophatic anthropology, as the ecstatic lover of the divine who confesses to the rupture of his self and the indwelling of the divine in Gal 2:20: 'it is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me.' Building on this notion of apophatic anthropology, the book forwards an explanation for why this sixth-century author chose to write under an apostolic pseudonym. Stang argues that the very practice of pseudonymous writing itself serves as an ecstatic devotional exercise whereby the writer becomes split in two and thereby open to the indwelling of the divine. Pseudonymity is on this interpretation integral and internal to the aims of the wider mystical enterprise. Thus this book aims to question the distinction between 'theory' and 'practice' by demonstrating that negative theology-often figured as a speculative and rarefied theory regarding the transcendence of God-is in fact best understood as a kind of asceticism, a devotional practice aiming for the total transformation of the Christian subject21915ocn001224814book19190.79Durantel, JSaint Thomas et le Pseudo-DenisHistory1294ocn138340147book20070.84Arthur, Rosemary APseudo-Dionysius as polemicist : the development and purpose of the angelic hierarchy in sixth century SyriaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+13071190251292ocn035121690book19960.86Andia, Ysabel deHenosis : L'union à Dieu chez Denys L'AréopagiteHistory1291ocn022858817book19910.77Blum, Richard HThe sacred athlete : on the mystical experience and Dionysios, its westernworld fountainhead1293ocn793576553book20120.82Rhodes, Michael CraigMystery in philosophy : an invocation of Pseudo-DionysiusThe book's subject matter is philosophical mystery. More particularly, it proffers a theistic hermeneutic-from patristic philosophy-for claims and indications of mystery1193ocn226356133book20090.53Coakley, SarahRe-thinking Dionysius the AreopagiteRe-thinking Dionysius the Areopagite / Sarah Coakley -- Dionysius, Paul and the significance of the pseudonym / Charles M. Stang -- The earliest Syriac reception of Dionysius / István Perczel -- The reception of Dionysius up to maximus -- The confessor / Andrew Louth -- The reception of Dionysius in the Byzantine world: Maximus to Palamas / Andrew Louth -- The early Latin Dionysius: Eriugena and Hugh of St. Victor / Paul Rorem -- The medieval affective Dionysian tradition / Boyd Taylor Coolman -- Albert, Aquinas, and Dionysius / David Burrell and Isabelle Moulin -- Dionysius and some late medieval mystical theologians of Northern Europe / Denys Turner -- Cusanus on Dionysius: the turn to speculative theology / Peter Casarella -- Luther and Dionysius: beyond mere negations / Piotr J. Malysz -- Dionysian thought in sixteenth-century Spanish mystical theology / Luis M. Girón-Negrón -- The reception of Dionysius in twentieth-century Eastern Orthodoxy / Paul L. Gavrilyuk -- Dionysius, Derrida, and the critique of "ontotheology" / Mary-Jane Rubenstein -- Dionysius in Hans Urs von Balthasar and Jean-Luc Marion / Tamsin Jones+-+24353605961171ocn850218581book20130.79Golitzin, AlexanderMystagogy : a monastic reading of Dionysius Areopagita1121ocn226251403book20080.74Riordan, William KDivine light : the theology of Denys the Areopagite+-+35762613061052ocn845515920book20130.88Walton, Mélanie VictoriaExpressing the inexpressible in Lyotard and Pseudo-dionysius : bearing witness as spiritual exerciseRigorously studying the inexpressible expression provoked by the silenced testimony of the Holocaust survivor, in Jean-François Lyotard's The Differend, and the religious faithful, in Pseudo-Dionysius' The Divine Names, proves to dissolve the apparent heterogeneity of postmodernism and Neoplatonist Christian mysticism and open radical new lines of dialogue. Expressing the Inexpressible critically evaluates each thinker+-+6383764535+-+6383764535Thu Oct 16 15:29:06 EDT 2014batch57419