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Greeks, Latins, and intellectual history, 1204-1500
|Statement||edited by Martin Hinterberger and Chris Schabel|
|Series||Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiéales. Bibliotheca -- 11, Recherches de théologie et philosophie médiévales -- 11.|
|LC Classifications||DF531 .G74 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||462 p. :|
|Number of Pages||462|
|LC Control Number||2011503306|
A recipient of Dolores Zohrab Liebmann, Fulbright, and Paul G. Tobin Fellowships, Dr. Yost specializes in medieval religious and intellectual history and the historic relations between the Latin and Greek Churches in particular. He currently teaches Ancient and Medieval History and Philosophy at Founders Classical Academy in Schertz, Texas. “The Controversy over the Baptismal Formula under Pope Gregory IX,” in M. Hinterberger and Ch. D. Schabel (eds.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History, .
Palaiologan scholars at work: Makarios Makres and Joseph Bryennios' autograph Dendrinos, C., , From Manuscripts to Books: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Textual Criticism and Editorial Practice for Byzantine Texts (Vienna December ). Giannouli, A. & Schiffer, E. (eds.). Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, p. (Veröffentlichungen. The Influence of Thomas Aquinas’ ‘Summae’ on the Elaboration of Gregory Palamas’ Doctrine of the Distinction between God’s ‘Essence’ and ‘Energies’ by the Palamites in the 14th and 15th Centuries”; paper delivered in the International Conference: “Greeks, Latins and Intellectual History
MA and PhD in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies from the University of Vienna ( and ). research fellow at the Center of Byzantine Studies of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. He taught at the University of Vienna (since ), the Freie Universitaet of Berlin (/) and the EHESS, Paris (). “History, Heresiology, Patristics and the Aftermath of the Second Council of Lyon ().” Presented by invitation at an international conference, “Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History Debates, Influences, Impressions, Translations, Migrations.” Archaeological Research Unit, Department of History and Archaeology.
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Greeks, Greeks, and intellectual history, [Martin Hinterberger; Christopher David Schabel; Panepistēmio Kyprou.;]. Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History Series: Recherches de This volume presents papers from sixteen established scholars who investigate the intellectual connections between the Greek East and the Latin West in the crucial period between the conquest and sack of Constantinople in the Fourth Crusade and the close of the Middle.
Greeks, Latins, and intellectual history, - [debates, influences, impressions, translations, migrations 1204-1500 book papers from a conference held in Nicosia in April at the University of Cyprus] Hinterberger, Martin • Schabel, Christopher [Publ.].
This reader-friendly account covers 2, years, 10, miles, and four cultures (Greek-Pagan, Greek-Christian, Arabic-Islamic, and Latin-Christian). The Aristotle Adventure is for: *General readers seeking a clearly written intellectual adventure.
*Students of the history of ideas, philosophy, Western Civilization, or /5(7). Greeks, Latins, and the Church in Early Frankish Cyprus By Christopher D. Schabel. Hardback $ with new interpretations of general trends and specific events in the history of the Greek and Latin clergies on the island, the involvement of the crown, the papacy, and the eastern 1204-1500 book western emperors, and the relations among these.
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Charalambos Dendrinos, "Manuel II Palaeologus in Paris (): Theology, Diplomacy, and Politics" in Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History ( Bibliotheca vol. 11) George T. Dennis, The Reign of Manuel II Palaeologus in Thessalonica, Romae: Pontificium Institutum Orientalium Studiorum, Book illustration is understood here as representational images in book painting.
One may follow a chronological outline and focus on development of the technology and art of book-painting as well as the history of the visual repertory. (ed.), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History. Leuven, Paris, and Walpole, MA: His research focuses on Byzantine emotions, the language of Byzantine literature, and hagiography as literature.
He published a book on Byzantine autobiography and recently co-edited the volume “Greeks. Latins, and Intellectual History ”. He is currently working on a book about Phthonos (envy/jealousy) in Byzantine literature. Vivarium (VIV) is an international journal dedicated to the history of philosophy and intellectual life from the early Middle Ages to the early-modern era.
It is widely recognized as an unrivalled resource for the history of logic, semantics, epistemology, and metaphysics. It welcomes articles on medieval, Renaissance and early-modern thinkers, their ideas, arguments, and writings, as well as.  Martin Hinterberger and Chris Schabel, eds., Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual HistoryLeuven-Paris-Walpole, MA: Peeters, (= Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie médiévales - Bibliotheca 11), pp.
(ISBN 90 6); "Introduction," pp. Demetracopoulos JA (b) Palamas transformed. Palamite interpretations of the distinction between God's, essence' and, energies' in Late Byzantium. In: Hinterberger M, Schabel C (eds), Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History – (Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales.
fragments of Sahdona’s Book of Perfection at St Catherine’s Monastery, Mount Sinai’, Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History Debates, Influences, Impressions, Translations, Migrations, (Peeters: Leuven ); ‘Constantinople as City State, c’, Catherine Holmes, Greek and Latin’, in Peter Fibiger Bang.
Mark of Ephesus (born Manuel Eugenikos) was a hesychast theologian of the late Palaiologan period of the Byzantine Empire who became famous for his rejection of the Council of Ferrara-Florence (–).
As a monk in Constantinople, Mark was a prolific hymnographer and a devoted a theologian and a scholar, he was instrumental in the preparations for the Council of Ferrara Attributes: Long white beard, vested as a bishop. I think I was asked to review this book by mistake.
True, in the spring ofhere in Nicosia, Cyprus, my colleague Martin Hinterberger and I held a conference entitled "Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History, ". Georgij Avvakumov, Die Entstehung des Unionsgedankens (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, ), 29–; Brett Edward Whalen, “Rethinking the Schism of Authority, Heresy, and the Latin Rite,” Traditio 62 (): 1–24; Chris Schabel, “The Quarrel over Unleavened Bread in Western Theology, –,” in Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual Author: C.
Philipp E. Nothaft. Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History Bibliotheca 11 () Abstract The end of the fourteenth century found the Byzantine Empire in a critical state.
Department of History Abstract The paper presents new evidence on the Emperor Manuel II Palaeologus' diplomatic activity during his sojourn in Paris (), involving negotiations over union between the Greek and Latin Churches and attempts within the Latin Chrurch to put an end to the Western Schism.
“The Quarrel over Unleavened Bread in Western Theology, –,” in Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History, ed. Hinterberger, and Schabel, (n.
36 above), 85–, at 90– 63 See Innocent III, De sacro altaris mysterio IV, cc. 4 PL–58 and Cited by: 1.‘What Did the Scholastics Know about Greek History and Culture?’, in Martin Hinterberger and Chris Schabel, eds., Greeks, Latins, and Intellectual History, (Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales – Bibliotheca vol.
11), Leuven: Peeters, ISBN : Ancient Readings of Plato's Phaedo (Philosophia Antiqua) (English, Ancient Greek and Latin Edition) (): Delcomminette, Sylvain, D'Hoine, Assistant Professor of Ancient Philosophy and Intellectual History Pieter, Gavray, Marc-Antoine: Books.