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Polis, ontology, ecclesial event : engaging with Christos Yannaras' thought

Author: Sotiris Mitralexis
Publisher: Cambridge : James Clarke & Co. Ltd 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Christos Yannaras (born 1935 in Athens, Greece) has been proclaimed 'without doubt the most important living Greek Orthodox theologian' (Andrew Louth), 'contemporary Greece's greatest thinker' (Olivier Cl ment), 'one of the most significant Christian philosophers in Europe' (Rowan Williams). 0However, until recently the English-speaking scholar did not have first-hand access to the main bulk of his work: in spite of  Read more...
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Polis, ontology, ecclesial event. Engaging with Christos Yannaras' thought
(OCoLC)1098187075
Named Person: Chrēstos Giannaras; Chrēstos Giannaras
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sotiris Mitralexis
ISBN: 9780227906453 0227906454
OCLC Number: 1103917740
Description: 1 online resource (278 pages)
Contents: List of Contributors Preface - John MilbankHellenism in MotionIntroduction - Sotiris MitralexisPart I POLISChapter One - Dionysios SklirisChristos Yannaras' Political Ontology: An Introductory SketchChapter Two - Jonathan ColeThe Problematic of Greek Identity and Christos Yannaras' Quest for a Politics of Authentic ExistenceChapter Three - Angelos GounopoulosThe Freedom of Relationship as the Ontological Foundation in Christos Yannaras' Political TheologyChapter Four - Paul TysonFreedom and Necessity: Yannaras and the Global Struggle for LifePart II PHILOSOPHYChapter Five - Deborah CasewellLoving in Relation to Nothing: On Alterity and RelationalityChapter Six - Sotiris MitralexisRelation, Activity and Otherness in Christos Yannaras' Propositions for a Critical OntologyChapter Seven - Marcello La MatinaAs for God, So for Sound: Engaging with Yannaras' Philosophy of LanguageChapter Eight - Daniel Isai Yannaras' and Marion's Overcoming Onto-Theology: On the Way of St Dionysius the AreopagiteChapter Nine - Nikolaos KoronaiosEducation as Freedom: An Attempt to Explore the Role of Education through Christos Yannaras' ThoughtPart III ECCLESIAChapter Ten - Andreas AndreopoulosIn Conversation with Christos Yannaras: A Critical View of the Council of CreteChapter Eleven - Brandon GallaherOrthodoxy and the West: The Problem of Orthodox Self-Criticism in Christos YannarasChapter Twelve - Rowan WilliamsThe Theology of Personhood: A Study of the Thought of Christos YannarasBibliographyIndex
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A selection of essays celebrating the contribution of the Greek Orthodox theologian Christos Yannaras to theology, philosophy and political theory.  Read more...

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