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Herausgegeben und bearbeitet von Reinhold Friedrich, Berndt Hamm, Wolfgang Simon und Matthieu Arnold in Zusammenarbeit mit Christian Krieger
This study considers the medieval reception of Aristotle’s philosophy of marriage. It provides an important contribution to research on both the medieval reception of Aristotle and the history of marriage.
Herausgegeben von Matthias Perkams und Rosa Maria Piccione
This collection of 17 essays gives an overview about Proclus’ philosophical method, his doctrine of the soul and his metaphysics. While it contains new insights into Proclus’ thought, it can serve too as introductory text into Proclean philosophy.
This study analyses Meister Eckhart's doctrine on "the eternal birth of God in the soul" in order to draw a comprehensive picture of how it is rooted in the medieval philosophical discussions about the relation between epistemology and ethics.
The book interprets Hebrews against the background of ancient synagogue preaching and liturgy. It argues that the text is an exhortative homily for Tisha be-Av, founded upon readings from Exod 31:18–32:35 and Jer 31:31–34. This hermeneutical key opens new perspectives on Hebrews. ***** Die ...
Text, Übersetzung und Kommentar von Elvira Wakelnig
Al-ʽĀmirī’s Chapters on Metaphysical Topics are an impressive example of the fusing of Greek Neoplatonism with Islamic Theology. Being a paraphrase of the Proclean Elements of Theology, they provide a better understanding of the tradition of the Liber de Causis in Arabic.
Edited by Florentino García Martínez, Annette Steudel and Eibert Tigchelaar
This volume honouring Émile Puech contains nineteen essays on the Dead Sea Scrolls, including three important ones on 4QMMT and two on resurrection and afterlife.
On the basis of all known manuscripts - Latin, Old Czech and German – presented here for the first time in a complete edition, the author traces the dissemination of this late antique apocrypha in the medieval west, its integration into new changing, contexts of transmission and combinations of ...
Edited by Robert Gibbs
Through explorations of Hermann Cohen’s Ethics of Pure Will, an international set of scholars opens questions both about the text itself and about the relation of ethics and the Jewish tradition. Originally published as Volume 13 (2005) of The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy.
Matthias Skeb O.S.B.
The study examines the formal shape of the prefaces of Greek biblical commentaries in Late Antiquity and their theology of commenting. It offers an interesting insight into the theological identity of the commentators as well as into the cultural transfer on which their work is based.
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